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Stuber 2019 1080p WEB-DL H264 AC3-EVO

Stuber 2019 1080p WEB-DL H264 AC3-EVO
Rating 6.2 / 109,190 people voted
Released 2019
Genre Action, Comedy, Crime, Thriller
Actors Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani, Mira Sorvino, Natalie Morales, Iko Uwais, Betty Gilpin, Karen Gillan, Jimmy Tatro, Steve Howey, Rene Moran, Amin Joseph, Christine Horn, Trevor Shand, Jared Logan, Kyle Zingler

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Plot A detective recruits his Uber driver into an unexpected night of adventure.

Congratulating Chinese President Xi Jinping on the 70th anniversary of the Communist revolution – after denouncing socialism repeatedly – US President Donald Trump baffled and infuriated his domestic critics and allies alike.

It was on October 1, 1949 that Mao Zedong proclaimed the establishment of the People’s Republic of China at Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, as the US-backed nationalists led by Chiang Kai-shek retreated to the island of Taiwan. 

Fast-forward 70 years, as Trump is selling weapons to Taiwan and fighting a trade war with China, he nonetheless congratulates Xi on the anniversary. 

The tweet has thrown off Trump’s allies and critics alike, especially since the US president has taken a hard line on “socialism” upon assuming office, denouncing the ideology in both his appearances at the UN General Assembly and citing it as the rationale for re-sanctioning Cuba and seeking regime change in Venezuela. 

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He has since doubled down on that criticism, painting the Democrats as wanting to impose socialism and pointing to the party’s self-described democratic socialist members like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-New York) as proof of this.

“America will never be a Socialist country,” Trump declared in his State of the Union speech in February this year, adding that the US was “founded on liberty and independence and not government coercion, domination and control.”

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All of this makes his Tuesday tweet that much more baffling, especially as many Republicans used the anniversary of the Chinese revolution to signal their virtue and denounce the “tyrants” in Beijing as “ghoulish” enemies of freedom, democracy and the like.

Trump could be trying to leverage his personal friendship with Xi, in order to advance trade talks with China. He has been driving a hard bargain with Beijing from the start, imposing tariffs on most Chinese imports in an effort to compel Xi to make a deal, but has not been successful so far. China has retaliated with counter-tariffs on US goods, while much of the US media and political establishment – including many Republicans – have spoken out against the tariffs, apparently eager to trade with China even as they condemn it.

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French Ligue 1 club Nice have sacked promising forward Lamine Diaby-Fadiga after he admitted to stealing a $76,000 (€69,503) Rolex watch owned by his teammate Kasper Dolberg.

The controversial episode took place on September 16 when Nice’s new signing Dolberg discovered that his luxurious timepiece had been stolen from the club’s dressing room.

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The 21-year-old immediately went to police to report the incident, but the investigation was quickly dropped after Diaby-Fadiga admitted to the theft.

In a statement released by Nice the club stressed that the player’s contract had been terminated “with immediate effect.”

Nice and Lamine Diaby-Fadiga parted ways on Tuesday,” Nice said in the statement.

Following the theft of Kasper Dolberg's watch from the changing room, and the subsequent admission of the player, the club decided to cancel its contract with the forward with immediate effect.”

Above and beyond all sporting and financial consideration, OGC Nice cannot and will not accept such behaviour that betrays the confidence that unites all the club’s employees and all the members of the Rouge et Noir family,” the statement reads.

Diaby-Fadiga who is widely recognized as one of the most promising prospects in France, joined the club at the age of 13 and made his senior debut three years later.

The 18-year-old has also represented France internationally at Under-18 level.


Korean professional golfer Kim Bi-O has been slapped with a three-year ban for flipping off fans while performing in the final round of the DGB Financial Group Volvik Daegu Gyeongbuk Open in Gumi, South Korea.

The current money leader Kim held a one-shot lead on the 16th hole when he was startled by the sound of a cellphone camera which suddenly went off during his downswing, making his drive go roughly 100 yards.

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After the poor shot, the 29-year-old turned to the spectators and gave them the middle finger before slamming his club on the ground.

The golfer’s tantrum was captured on live TV in Korea, prompting the Korean Professional Golfers' Association to take action against Kim.

On Monday, it was announced that the five-time winner of the Korean Tour was given a three-year ban for his obscene gesture directed at fans.

"Kim Bi-o damaged the dignity of a golfer with etiquette violation and inappropriate behavior," the association said in a statement.

Along with the lengthy suspension, the golfer was also fined $8,350.


German Chancellor Angela Merkel was spotted looking genuinely perplexed as she wondered aloud “which Franz” Queen Máxima of the Netherlands was talking about as the pair chatted recently outside the UN headquarters in New York.

The Dutch royal was filmed by a reporter as she spoke with the German leader, and was trying to discuss the fact that she had brought up issues around the women’s movement with “France.” Merkel struggled to work out who this “Franz” was, exactly.

As the explanation dawns on both of them, they start to laugh.

Some Twitter users were quick to blame Merkel or Máxima in turn for some kind of “embarrassing” linguistic failure, with one person even describing the situation as “kafkaesque.”

Others though suggested that perhaps the misunderstanding was born of their different outlooks, with Merkel thinking in terms of individual people and Máxima thinking “sovereign-style” of states.

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Several thousand Iraqis were protesting against unemployment and corruption in Baghdad. The rally turned chaotic as demonstrators tried to enter the government quarter, triggering a police response.

Around 3,000 people gathered in the center of the Iraqi capital on Tuesday, demanding improvement in the economic situation, and protesting widespread youth unemployment and alleged high-profile corruption cases.

The demonstrators tried to enter the ‘Green Zone’ – a fortified quarter with restricted access, which houses government buildings and foreign embassies. Police responded with force to disperse the crowds.

Footage from the scene shows police using water cannons and stun grenades, with clouds of tear gas covering the streets. The protesters set various objects on fire and pelted police with projectiles.

Law enforcement was seen shooting guns into the air to warn protesters to stay away from the Green Zone.

В© Reuters / Khalid al-Mousily

Several people received injuries, including what appeared to be gunshot wounds. It was not immediately clear whether the protesters were hit by police fire, and whether the officers used live or rubber ammunition.

Men carry away a protester injured during a protest at Tahrir square in Baghdad, Iraq on October 1, 2019.

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Mass protests leading to widespread violence have occurred on a regular basis since 2015. In April 2016, demonstrators managed to enter the Green Zone and ultimately occupy the parliament building.

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Two decades of war – the US invasion, years of sectarian violence, and the emergence of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) – have taken a heavy toll on the economy and infrastructure of the nation, leaving many people lacking the most basic services, such as access to water. General political instability, the emergence of various militias formed to supposedly fight the terrorists, as well as rumored high-profile corruption, have also become pretexts for the protests.

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A Tory MP has got the Twitterati’s tongues wagging after he tweeted a picture of himself smiling away on the floor at the Conservative Party Conference with a seemingly disinterested guide dog along with the hashtag, bestiality.

Backbench Tory lawmaker Michael Fabricant, who is in Manchester attending his party’s annual conference, took some time out to post what appeared at first glance to be quite a heart-warming tweet.

"When a Guide Dog becomes too affectionate at @CPC19,” the 69-year-old told his followers, before adding the slightly bizarre #bestiality. The MP for Lichfield attached a picture of himself lying on the ground with a guide dog that appeared far from impressed.

Many online have voiced their astonishment at the MP for adding such an explicit hashtag, with one Twitter user telling Fabricant to “please step away from the dog.” Others made fun of his rather distinguishable blonde hair, claiming “he was just wondering whether it's a wig fella.”

The dog in question didn’t seem to share the Conservative politician’s noticeable enjoyment, which many picked up on. A host of humorous gifs also dominated the responses.

It comes after a video was posted on social media showing Prime Minister Boris Johnson walking around the Conservative Party Conference before his coffee was snatched from him by one of his aides because it was served in a disposable cup.

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Follow the action from Madison Square Garden as legendary Kazakh boxing great Gennady "GGG" Golovkin and Ukrainian star Sergiy Derevyanchenko work out for the fans and the media at open workouts before their world title clash.

The vacant IBF and IBO middleweight titles will be up for grabs in The Big Apple as Golovkin and Derevyanchenko do battle at the iconic "Mecca of Boxing" Madison Square Garden on Saturday night in the latest world title fight to hit New York City.

Golovkin rebounded from his majority decision defeat to Saul "Canelo" Alvarez with a fourth-round stoppage of Canadian Steve Rolls in his last outing to set up an opportunity to reunite himself with the IBF and IBO world titles he held earlier in his career.

Standing in his way is Derevyanchenko, who heads into the biggest bout of his career with a 13-1 record. That sole defeat came via split decision to Daniel Jacobs in a world title tilt back in 2018 in New York. Now the Ukrainian returns to The Big Apple looking to put things right and capture world championship gold at the second time of asking.

Follow the action as both men work out for the media and the fans at Madison Square Garden ahead of their eagerly-anticipated matchup.



Carla Bruni-Sarkozy and Francois Hollande have the internet agog over a seemingly intense moment in their conversation, with netizens trying to work out what the former French president said to shock the singer.

The two were caught on camera having a quiet word ahead of Jacques Chirac’s funeral in Paris, when Bruni suddenly draws away to face forward, looking quite stunned. She even takes a moment for a deep breath as Hollande looks on.

Viewers who spotted the strangely intense reaction were gripped as to what the two could possibly have been discussing, and theories ran wild online, from him revealing the ending of Game of Thrones, to making an indecent proposal. More imaginative responses suggested that this was the moment she discovered Chirac’s death.

The urge to get to the bottom of the mystery even drove one man to plead to Hollande directly to finally put him out of his misery and reveal what he said. “I no longer eat, I no longer sleep,” he tweeted, begging for a revelatory DM.

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A Russian man with a burning passion for animals has a wolf pack living on his estate as pets. It’s not all fun and games with his toothy and clawy friends however, as he hopes to establish a center for wild animal rehabilitation.

The wolves have been living with the businessman from the Urals city of Ekaterinburg for three years already. A couple of them, a female grey wolf Alpha and male black wolf Ugolek (Russian for a ‘piece of coal’), were adopted by Kirill Potapov as puppies.


The wolf couple appear to be very tame, and Potapov’s Instagram is full of videos of them playing together, munching on carrots and hunting for their owner’s sneakers.


Potapov, however, insists that the wolves are not his pets but rather his pack – and says they are quite different to dogs and that one has to make friends with them instead of trying to dominate them.


Potapov also says that the alleged aggressiveness of wolves towards humans is a myth and that on the contrary, the animals are very afraid of people as a result of centuries of wolf-hunting. Thus, he never raises his voice at them or shows aggression so as not to destroy the fragile bond.


Two other wolves in the pack – Akella and Raksha – came from local zoos. As they were adopted at an older age, they are not as friendly as his favorite couple – yet they still show him affection.


This spring, Alpha and Ugolek had puppies, but unfortunately only one survived. As Alpha’s recovery was quite difficult, Potapov had to feed and raise the puppy, a female black wolf called Vita, himself.


Now, Vita is a young thin wolf who seems to share the same passion for Potapov’s sneakers as her parents.


Apart from the wolves, Potapov owns other domestic and wild animals, including various dogs, a raven and even a lynx.


The businessman has participated in several wildlife protection and research programs, and now he’s planning to set up his own center to rehabilitate orphaned and injured wild and domestic animals, as well as victims of abuse at zoos and circuses. The initiative has been supported by the authorities in the Sverdlovsk region and a local agricultural firm, which donated a 100-hectare plot of land to Potapov. The center is expected to launch late this year.

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Potapov’s Instagram account has over 100,000 subscribers who watch the relationship between the wolves and the man developing. The audience appears to be very invested in the joys and woes of the wolves’ lives, and many say they'd love to take Potapov's place as owner of the pack, or at least spend a day with the magnificent beasts. Who wouldn’t, after all?

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Caracas has transferred to Moscow its latest scheduled debt repayment using the ruble, according to Russian Deputy Finance Minister Sergey Storchak.

Russia offers all its debtors the opportunity to make payments in rubles, the official told Russian business outlet RBC on Tuesday. It was earlier reported that Venezuela transferred a payment on a $3.15 billion loan from Moscow, but the currency and amount paid were not disclosed.

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The Venezuelan government is facing harsh restrictions from Washington, including sanctions on its oil sector, which is vital to the nation’s revenue. As the country’s central bank was also included in the US hit list, it became almost impossible for the regulator to transfer payments in US dollars.

In April, Caracas made a payment of around $100 million to Russia and was initially expected to transfer another $200 million in autumn. At the time, there were reports that Venezuela may use barter, including paying in oil or gold.

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Images from starting-block cameras at the World Athletics Championships in Qatar have been restricted following complaints from female competitors who said they showed “intimate areas.”

Cameras built straight into runners’ starting-blocks were intended to “provide innovative angles on the competition,” showing athletes’ last-minute preparations for the race.

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However, female athletes competing in Doha didn’t share the enthusiasm over the newly-introduced technology stating that the cameras revealed a little bit more than they had intended to show.

German sprinters Tatjana Pinto and Gina Lückenkemper voiced criticism toward the close-up camera shots saying that they didn’t feel comfortable.

I find it very unpleasant stepping over these cameras as I get into the blocks wearing these scanty clothes,” Lückenkemper said.

Representatives of the German Athletics Federation (DLV) contacted the IAAF to address the issue raised by their athletes.


Under a new compromise reached by both sides the IAAF will now restrict the use of images, showing just the moment when athletes are placing their feet into the blocks.


Bellator president Scott Coker says he’s considering staging Russian heavyweight legend Fedor Emelianenko’s final fight in Russia as he plots out the rest of the former PRIDE Fighting Championship great’s MMA career.

Under Coker’s stewardship, Bellator is a promotion on the rise, and with the organization expanding across Europe with as many as 10 fights planned for 2020, the Bellator chief said he would love to stage “The Last Emperor’s” last fight on his home soil.

“Fighting in Russia is definitely something we’d like to have happen,” he told RT Sport during Bellator 228 fight week in Los Angeles.

“We think Fedor will be a great fighter, obviously because of his history, to launch us in the territory. But I think Fedor will fight a couple of times before we go to Russia. We’re working on a fight hopefully to have him fighting in Japan before the end of the year and that’s what we’re working on. It’s not signed yet, by any means, it’s not done yet. I’ll see Fedor in Milan in two weeks and we’ll have a discussion, but we’re getting close.”


And with Fedor very much in the twilight of his stellar mixed martial arts career, Coker said the ideal scenario would be to coincide Bellator’s first show in Russia with the occasion of Fedor’s retirement fight.

“I think the plan was to have Fedor fight two times, and then go to Russia,” he confirmed.

“And I think this will probably be his final match. This’ll be the retirement fight.

“So, if people want to see Fedor, the greatest fighter in the history of MMA, especially the greatest heavyweight of all time, they’ve got to come to the fight and see him live. But we’re talking years away, probably. Or a year away, or two years away, who knows? But we’re definitely working on his first fight, which will be done here soon.”

It is expected that Emelianenko, who achieved cult-like status in Japan as the heavyweight champion of the now-defunct PRIDE Fighting Championships organization, could make his next appearance back in Asia at the expected co-promoted New Year’s Eve event between Bellator and Japanese promotion Rizin, headed up by former PRIDE chief Noboyuki Sakakibara.

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But that would merely represent Fedor’s next fight, and Coker said he believes a card in Russia featuring Emelianenko, plus fellow Russian heavyweights Sergei Kharitonov, ex-Bellator champ Vitaly Minakov, and former welterweight champion Andrey Koreshkov, could fare well.

“You know who’s really surprised me, in a good way, and he’s kinda like the old guard, is Kharitonov,” he explained.

“What a run he’s on. Here’s a guy that, on any given day, can beat anybody. He’s just been on a tear, so we’re definitely keeping our eyes on him as he continues to just smash people.

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“Minakov is somebody that we have high expectations for. Already been a champion, and now it’s like his comeback, because he’s had such a break and he was fighting over there, and they had a contract dispute. But it’s all worked out now, so we’ve just got to get him some more fights. We have a lot of high hopes for him.

“Those two heavyweights, and Fedor, fighting in Russia, plus Koreshkov, we’ve got some great Russian fighters and I think they would translate well in the country.”

And Coker didn’t rule out the possibility of an all-Russian heavyweight clash on Russian soil, with Emelianenko and Kharitonov facing off in a battle of two Russian heavyweight icons. Such a matchup would also give Kharitonov a chance to avenge his 2006 loss to Fedor’s brother Aleksander in PRIDE.

“I think that, if the deal was right, those guys would love to get it on!”


Hong Kong police have seized weapons, armor and materials used to create Molotov cocktails, which they said belonged to radical groups among the protesters labeled �pro-democracy’ by western media.

According to the police, on Monday and Tuesday they targeted 48 locations throughout the city that they suspected were connected with violent protesters, who have been waging street battles against the police force for several months.

The police arrested 51 people, including seven women, who were aged between 15 and 44, and charged them with various crimes related to the rioting.

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The authorities published photos of the items they discovered during the raid, which include several suits of body armor, various melee weapons as well as chemicals and glass bottles used in the manufacturing of petrol bombs – a weapon routinely deployed by the protesters to cause chaos in Hong Kong.

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Mass anti-government protests first gripped the Chinese city in March, when thousands took to the streets to protest an extradition bill that they deemed an attack on Hong Kong’s autonomy under the so-called “one country, two systems” arrangement. The bill has since been revoked, but the protest movement’s demands have continued to grow and it has become more violent in its approach.

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UK PM Boris Johnson received a sharp reminder that his Tory party is supposed to be standing on an environmentally friendly platform, after one of his aides snatched his coffee because it was in a “disposable cup.”

A video posted on Twitter of Johnson walking around the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester, flanked by a couple of his aides, has provoked amusement on social media.

One of his aides is seen passing him a cup of coffee, to which the prime minister says “thank you,” quickly followed by “what’s this?” Unfortunately for Johnson, the other eagle-eyed staff member quickly realizes that this coffee cannot pass the lips of the PM for one huge reason.

The female aide is seen swiping the cup away from Johnson’s clutches, to his bewilderment, before she gives her colleague a sharp look and tells him, somewhat disapprovingly, “no disposable cups.”

Many on Twitter found the incident incredibly funny, with some arguing that the disgruntled aide should be made PM as she’s good at giving “hard stares.” While others joked that the “single use cup didn’t even get a single use” and that he “really wanted that drink.”

Johnson will close the Tory conference on Wednesday after a somewhat chaotic event that has seen ministers and MPs having to rush back to Parliament in London to take part in proceedings. The UK government failed in a vote, Johnson’s seventh defeat in a row, to allow for a short recess period, meaning parliamentary business continues as normal.

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Nicaraguan plantation workers told RT that they haven’t lost hope of finally getting compensated by major chemical firms whose deadly pesticide, they say, severely damaged their health and had major impacts on their lives.

The pesticide makes men sterile and “also increases cancer rates among women and men,” the victims’ lawyer Stuart Smith told RT.

The people that were affected by the highly-toxic chemical were not compensated, despite being “significantly hurt,” he said.

The US banned the use of the roundworm-killing DBCP, marketed as Nemagon, in 1977. But chemical giants Dow, Shell and Occidental (now OxyChem) continued to sell it overseas, including to Nicaragua, where the substance was sprayed over banana and sugarcane plantations. It was reported that up to 22,000 workers were affected as a result.

“I remember that once I was cutting cane, and I had a headache and bone pain, fever,” German Suazo from the Nicaraguan northwestern town of Chichigalpa said.

The fever was so terrible that I fainted.

Around 2,000 Nicaraguans are believed to have died after coming in contact with the chemical.

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Local courts awarded the victims over $800 million in compensation for health damages, however, the companies refused to pay up, insisting Nicaragua has no jurisdiction over them. The affected people, meanwhile, refuse to give up and continue to seek justice.

“They never told us what we know now, and I don’t think it is right for them to spray the poison because now we are affected,” sugar mill worker German Lopez said.

The worst thing here is they don’t want to meet our demands. The company’s owner is deaf to us.

Smith explained that the US courts recommended the victims to file lawsuits in their home countries. The companies, meanwhile, “removed all their assets from those countries so there are no assets to seize,” the lawyer told RT.

The Nicaraguans, suffering from the deadly pesticide, decided to file a lawsuit in France, where the court froze Dow’s shares worth 99 million euro ($110 million) pending trial. Smith remains optimistic about its outcome.


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