Taylor Swift Breaks A YouTube Record with “ME!” Clip

Taylor Swift’s clip “ME!” featuring Panic At The Disco vocalist Brendon Urie has set a YouTube record by reaching 65.2 million viewers in 24 hours.  At the time of this writing, the numbers of viewers have reached 98 million.   “ME!” which is also a single debut from Taylor Swift’s latest album is the most listened song in a single day on Amazon.  Also, “ME!” is the most pre-ordered song before its release.   From a musical perspective, “ME!”clip  offers a new era for the former country diva.  “ME!” is…

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A Tragic Story of a Brazilian Male Model Who Died in Sao Paolo

The death of a Brazilian male model during a fashion show on a catwalk during a fashion show in Sao Paolo on Saturday (4/27) went viral on social media. Tales Soares was walking on the catwalk in Sao Paolo Fashion Week for a brand Ocksa when he suddenly collapsed. A medical team arrived to provide emergency help and then the 26-year-old model was taken to a hospital. But the doctors there, then announced his passing. People thought his fall was a part of the show, the local paper Folha de…

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Sri Lanka Police Wrongly Identifies a Muslim Activist As the Easter Bombing Suspect

Amara Majeed

Sri Lanka police once wrongly identified an American Muslim activist as one of the suspects of the Easter bombing on April 21. On Thursday (4/25), the country’s police released leaflets containing names and pictures of six most wanted people related to the bomb attack that killed more than 250 people. However, problems came up when the pictures in those leaflets were not those of Fathima Khadhiya, but the images of Amara Majeed, an American Muslim activist whose parents are Sri Lankan immigrants. Amara once wrote an open letter to President…

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Measles Outbreak the Worst as 21.1 M Children Left Unvaccinated, UNICEF Says

Around more than 20 million children worldwide did not get measles vaccination in the last eight years, the latest report from the U.N children agency UNICEF revealed. The latest data showed that 169 million children did not receive the first dose of measles vaccination between 2010 and 2017, equal to 21.1 million per year. The numbers of measles-related cases in the first three months of 2019 worldwide tripled compared to the same period in 2018, said the World Health Organization (WHO) on April 16 as BBC reported. The figure could…

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Global Warming Worsens Economic Inequality, Study Shows

A new study showed that global warming has increased the world’s economic gap since the 1960s. The work,  published in “Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” on Monday revealed that the temperature change triggered by the increase in the atmosphere’s greenhouse gas’ concentration may enrich chillier nations such as Norway and slow the development in warmer countries such as Nigeria. “Our results show that most of the poorest countries on Earth are considerably poorer than they would have been without global warming,” Stanford University climate scientist  Noah Diffenbaugh, the…

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