Looks like Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have left all the drama behind.
The two superstars -- who dated on and off from 2011 to 2014 -- were spotted hanging out at her home in Studio City John Havlicek Celtics Jersey , California, on Sunday, and a source tells ET that the meeting was strictly platonic. According to our source, Gomez and Bieber were with a group of mutual friends from their church, and it isn't the first time the two have reconnected since their breakup.
"Selena is still with The Weeknd, and she only sees Justin as a friend," the source says. "Selena is the one who got Justin involved in this church. It was her attempt to help turn his life around, and it really did help. He's really committed to it and has formed a strong network. So, they have a lot of mutual friends now from that."
"They are not dating, it's nothing romantic," a second source tells ET. "Justin and Selena are just friends right now. They reconnected and, right now, Justin wants to be a good friend to her. At least for now, it's a friendship."
According to our original source, Gomez, 25, is in a good place in her life -- to the point where she is able to see her ex, 23-year-old Bieber, without any issues. The source says she's also got a whole new outlook on life after undergoing a kidney transplant over the summer due to her Lupus.
"Now she's more mature and confident -- and so is he -- and they can hangout without any drama," the source says. "Given everything she's been through with her health, it's not surprising that she's making an effort to reconnect with people and to make amends. She knows how precious life is and doesn't want to waste any time with negativity. She recently connected with Demi [Lovato] and is at peace with Justin. She's got a whole new outlook."
Indeed, Gomez and Lovato had a sweet reunion on Monday at the InStyle Awards in Los Angeles, after exchanging friendly messages on social media.
WASHINGTON, June 30 (Xinhua) -- The United States on Tuesday welcomed China's submission of its climate change targets, saying the move is conducive to reaching a key global climate agreement at the end of this year in Paris.
China aims to cut carbon dioxide emissions per unit of gross domestic product (GDP) by 60 percent to 65 percent from the 2005 level by 2030, according to China's intended nationally determined contributions (INDC), an action plan submitted to the Secretariat of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change.
China's INDC submission "helps to provide continued momentum toward reaching a successful climate agreement in Paris," Brian Deese, a senior advisor to U.S. President Barack Obama, said in a statement.
Deese added that the submission follows from the target that China announced in the November 2014 Joint Announcement by Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping.
The official also noted that countries accounting for nearly 70 percent of current global energy carbon-dioxide emissions have already announced and are taking action on post-2020 climate policies.
The U.S. encourages all major economies to submit their INDCs as soon as possible to "lay the groundwork for a successful outcome" at the 21st session of the Conference of Parties in Paris, Deese said.
LONDON, March 22 (Xinhua) -- A report setting out the importance of improved infection prevention, control, and surveillance in combating the global rise of drug-resistant infections, was published on Tuesday.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR), especially resistance to antibiotics, is a growing global problem, according to the report from the independent Review on Antimicrobial Resistance, which calls for fundamental changes to better prevent and monitor the spread of drug-resistant infections globally.
The report, ""Infection prevention, surveillance and control: limiting the development and spread of drug resistance,"" is the last in a series of interim reports by the Review, before it presents its final recommendations to the British prime minister in May, and will set out a package of actions to tackle drug-resistant infections globally.
It makes the case that many countries made the greatest progress in tackling infectious diseases in the 19th century, long before modern antimicrobial drugs were available, by focussing on disease prevention and investing in public sanitation infrastructure.
Such an approach is still vital today, said the report. Yet the focus on prevention has weakened over recent decades, and public spending has shifted towards treatment as cheap and effective antimicrobial drugs have become more and more available, including antibiotics.
But these drugs are losing their effectiveness because over time microbes evolve to resist them. For example, 500,000 people suffer from multi-drug-resistant tuberculosis today and 200,000 of them die every year.
Report chairman Lord Jim O'Neill told Xinhua that solving anti-microbial resistance was ""crucial for the future of the world's seven billion people.
""If we don't find a solution for policymakers to implement by 2050, 10 million people a year around the world are going to be dying. Without a solution, over 100 trillion U.S. dollars of economic output will be lost. That is bigger than the size of the world economy today,"" he said.
China and the United Kingdom have already supported the project through the UK-China AMR Partnership Initiative whose objective is to deliver significant research funding for internationally competitive and innovative collaborative projects between scientists from China and the United Kingdom to enable the pursuit of shared research interests.
Lord O'Neill said he was seeking a 2-billion-dollar global innovation fund. He added: ""The UK and Chinese governments have both announced a funding of 50 million pounds (about 71 million U.S. dollars) each to get that fund going -- it's a great sign of Angl. Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys China Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap Soccer Jerseys China Cheap Authentic Soccer Jerseys Cheap Hockey Jerseys Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap Baseball Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys From China Wholesale Basketball Jerseys