Justin Bieber is coming to a theatre near you on Valentine's Day of 2010. Never Say Never is out then and Bieber fans will see him on tour and at home.
The following are excerpts of U.S. President's Barack Obama's statement to reporters traveling with him in Brazil on the start of U.S. military action in Libya:
"Today I authorized the armed forces of the United States to begin a limited action in Libya in support of an international effort to protect Libyan civilians. That action has now begun.
A wary U.S. military, stretched thin by almost a decade of war, hardly wanted to be the face of another coalition strike on another Arab nation.
But just hours after U.S. warships and submarines launched a massive volley of Tomahawk cruise missiles at Libya, the big question at the Pentagon was not whether the United States was effectively in the lead but when it might hand over the reins to an ally.
Yes, French warplanes made the first, initial strikes in Libya. Indeed, British forces also were involved and a British submarine joined the United States in launching cruise missiles at the Libyan coast.
But the Pentagon acknowledged the strike on Libya -- the biggest military intervention in the Arab world since the 2003 invasion of Iraq -- was being spearheaded initially by the United States.
China wants stability restored to Libya as soon as possible, the foreign ministry said in a statement on Sunday after Western forces launched strikes against Muammar Gaddafi's troops.
Expressing regret about the attacks, the Chinese foreign ministry said that it hoped the conflict would not escalate and lead to greater loss of civilian life.
China had the chance to veto last week's United Nations Security Council resolution that authorised "all necessary measures", a term for military action, to protect civilians against Gaddafi's forces. Instead, it joined Russia, Germany, India and Brazil in abstaining.
China has been trying to balance its worries about allowing military action with the demands of Arab and other governments angered by Gaddafi's unyielding response to uprisings demanding an end to his rule.
"China has noticed the latest developments in Libya and it expresses regret about the military attacks," the foreign ministry said in a statement on its website.
When President Muammar Gaddafi cracked down on peaceful protesters in February, Libyans left their ordinary lives to take up arms to fight for freedom.
In Libya’s oil-rich town of Ras Lanuf, Gaddafi’s fighter jets flew in the skies, ready to drop their deadly bombs onto the desert where rebels have gathered to fight the strong man’s troops.
The wide expanse of the desert has no place for the rebels to take cover and they were literally sitting ducks for Gaddafi’s jet fighters’ bombs.
Malaysian student Paul Tiong Lee Foong turned around and ran for safety when he saw the torrential waters of the Japanese tsunami wash over the harbour towards him.
The 24-year-old maritime engineering intern, who had been missing for some days, said he panicked like never before when he saw the wall of water approaching him.
Japan made some progress in its race to avert disaster at a tsunami-damaged power plant, though minor radiation leaks underlined perils from the world's worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl 25 years ago.
The U.S. and European nations pounded Muammar Gaddafi's forces and air defenses with cruise missiles and airstrikes Saturday, launching the broadest international military effort since the Iraq war in support of an uprising that had seemed on the verge of defeat.
The longtime Libyan leader vowed to defend his country from what he called "crusader aggression" and warned the involvement of international forces will subject the Mediterranean and North African region to danger and put civilians at risk.
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The 3D film 'Justin Bieber: Never Say Never' continues doing well at the box-office and Bieber opened it last week in some exciting cities.
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Justin Bieber dominated the American Music Awards in a most un-Canadian way. Bieber won four AMA's but even better was his performance.
Justin Bieber has won awards in the U.S. and other countries. Now he could win a major music award in Canada. He's up for four, should win at least two.
The 'Grammy Awards' announced more performers for the show coming up on Feb. 13 and Justin Bieber is one of them. He'll be onstage with his mentor, Usher.
Born in Ontario, Canada, Justin Bieber came into contact with music since a young age, from learning how to play a string of different instruments to singing. He fondness for music led him to singing at local competitions, where videos that were recorded of his performances were posted onto the video sharing site Youtube.
It was on this site where his video views and popularity started to increase tremendously, enough to alert the attention of Scooter Braun, a former marketing executive at record label So So Def, who at the