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Since splitting from Katie Holmes, in July 2012 and then, Tom seems preoccupied with work. So no word got out that he already has a new girlfriend.

Tom Cruise's Mission Impossible movie player reportedly secretly dating Laura Prepon for months. It was after they were first seen on a date, late last year.

Reported by Female First, on Thursday (17/04/2014), Laura Prepon 'players Orange Is the New Black' and Tom Cruise was seen enjoying a leisurely meal at a hotel in Los Angeles last November. Despite trying to cover-up a secret romance, but both are still caught.

"They spent three hours together, laughing and joking. Been clearly smitten and after dating Tom, Tom was in the clouds," said a source.

Laura Prepon also previously been dating actor Malcolm In The Middle are also adherents of Scientology, Chris Masterson. Unfortunately, in 2012, they split up.

"Tom and Laura did date both in the restaurant as well. They meet for Sunday Brunch. Later, she accompanies Tom a few days to a dinner party at the home of John Travolta and Kelly Preston," said the source.

Cruise and Laura, had previously known each other for years and they are just as Scientology.


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The son of a telegraph and a housewife became the best ambassador of Colombia to the world by winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1982 and so portray the charm unsurpassed Caribbean and the joys and woes of the country in which was born.


The eldest of the eleven children of Gabriel Eligio García and Luisa Márquez Santiaga born in the boiling Aracataca town in northern Magdalena department, near the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, seed mythical town of Macondo "One Hundred Years of Solitude" (1967), the novel that became Colombian country pride and an icon of world literature.

Although he moved to Mexico more than half a century, Gabriel José de la Concordia García Márquez was always close to Colombia reviewing and trying to bring something to build a country that always seems to be in "black work".

"Gabo has always been Colombian, very attached to their country, their region Caribbean, to his hometown Aracataca who never lost sight," he recently told Efe one of your friends life and compadre, writer, journalist and diplomatic Auleyo Plinio Mendoza.

His relationship with Colombia was always close, spent time at his home in Cartagena de Indias, and no matter who was the tenant of the Presidential Palace, seat of the executive, he was always willing to help, never to play a role of opposition, as nor never held public office despite a president who once offered him consul in Barcelona.

Gabo, who shocked the world not only with the magic realism of his novels but by receiving the Nobel using "liqui-liqui" typical Caribbean white suit, he ventured into the issues of the desired peace of Colombia and even came to be defined as a "conspirator for peace."

Known was his close relationship with Cuban leader Fidel Castro, which allowed the island was the scene of Colombia meetings at different times.

The last time they met their mediations was nine years ago, the government of Alvaro Uribe (2002-2010), for a rapprochement with the guerrillas of the National Liberation Army (ELN).

Also present was made in January 1999, as a special guest at the start of the failed negotiations between the government of Andrés Pastrana (1998-2002) with the FARC in San Vicente, south, and in the administration of Belisario Betancur (1982-1986) supported the process which led to the surrender of arms 19 April Movement (M-19).

In 1994, García Márquez joined the Mission of Science, Education and Development, created by ten "wise", to which the Government sought to reflect and give recommendations on the future of the country in those fields.

"Our conformist and repressive education seems designed for children to adapt by force to a country that was not intended for them, instead of putting the country available to them so that they transform and magnify" he said at the time .

His sentiment was stated in a Colombian signed in March 2001 along with six other intellectuals of the country against the requirement of visa to visit Spain as part of the Schengen area chart.


In the letter, addressed to the then Spanish Prime Minister José María Aznar, the Nobel was announced that while current visa requirements and other signatories he would never again visit the Iberian peninsula.

They signed with García Márquez painter and sculptor Fernando Botero and Alvaro Mutis writers Fernando Vallejo, William Ospina, Darío Jaramillo Agudelo and Héctor Abad Faciolince.

In his acceptance speech for the Nobel, in December 1982, entitled "Solitude of Latin America"​​, spoke of the dramatic reality of this part of the world and was defined as a "roving and nostalgic Colombian" but in reality that day Aracataca telegrapher son was coming to posterity as the most universal of Colombians.

Gabriel Garcia Marquez, has died at the age of 87 years, Thursday, April 17, 2014. He is often regarded as one of the greatest writers who use the Spanish language.

"Gabriel Garcia Marquez has died," said a spokesman for the family, Fernanda Familiar, messages via Twitter.

President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos, paid tribute to him via Twitter: "One Hundred Years of Solitude and sadness over the death of the great citizens of Colombia of all time."

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