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New Delhi [India], September 4 ( ANI ): R&B singer Zayn Malik, who is known for his drastic hair styles, has done the unimaginable.
As a father it is unimaginable to think of cruelty in Manchester
Director of Imbabazi--The Pardon, Joel Karekezi, draws from his own experience as a survivor of Rwanda's violence in creating this moving account of two former friends who must contend with the unimaginable horrors of their past.
Sonakshi may want her biography to be titled as 'The Best Secret Keeper' but this Dabangg girl let out her well kept secrets on her first date to the naughtiest pranks played and unimaginable fantasies only on zoOm
In an interview with MNA, Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi described Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's invitation to Arab countries to adopt a Turkish-style democracy as "unexpected and unimaginable.
He also said that the wreckages from the floods were unimaginable and the government had not expected devastation at such a large scale adding that owing to the flood-destructions the country had pushed back to decades.
Liverpool on the global stage at the World Expo, in Shanghai, would have been unimaginable not that long ago.
Summary: Two French students were tortured and murdered in a scene of "almost unimaginable horror", a court has heard.
Highly recommended for its evocative power, its warning about abusing nature, and its paean to the abiding human spirit in the face of unimaginable hardship.
In the caverns beneath the sea lie a secret with the potential to bestow unimaginable power, or free prisoners hidden under the glass .
World War I shattered 19th-century notions about the glory of dying for one's country, as poison gas, machine guns, and long-range explosives generated previously unimaginable carnage, and the grim reality of trench warfare permanently transformed life and death on the battlefield.