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Katy Perry Faces Criticism Over Shoe Design Resembling Blackface

February 12, 2019

First it was Prada. Then Gucci. Now, Katy Perry is being called out for creating fashion that evokes blackface. The singer’s namesake brand faces criticism over two styles of shoes that some say feature racist imagery. We reached out to Perry for comment. Perry debuted her line of whimsical shoes in 2017. They are available […]

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Chinese Billionaire stripped of Visa calls Australia a Giant-Baby

February 11, 2019

A Chinese extremely rich person and political contributor has considered Australia a “mammoth child” after it repudiated his changeless residency in the midst of worries over China’s developing remote impact. Property engineer Huang Xiangmo on Monday told the Chinese state-run Global Times paper that the episode had gigantically affected his own life. “Three ages of […]

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Joe Root’s Reaction in Gay Sledging row ‘More Important than a Win’

February 11, 2019

England’s captain tells West Indies bowler Shannon Gabriel “there’s nothing wrong with being gay” during on-field confrontation. Joe Root’s reaction during a heated incident with Shannon Gabriel has been lauded as “more important than a victory”. Former England captain Nasser Hussain reacted on Twitter after Root told the West Indies fast bowler “there’s nothing wrong […]

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Grammys can celebrate Hitting Flat Ratings

February 10, 2019

The Grammy Awards were not really immaculate, yet they offered a lot of fulfilling minutes and buzzworthy miscues, just as a varied blend of entertainers and champs. So an aggregate murmur of help is without a doubt radiating from the honor show mechanical mind boggling, after the show’s appraisals were essentially level contrasted with a […]

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US Government Shutdown deal close as Trump says we’re Building the wall anyway

February 10, 2019

Democrats and Republicans have achieved a bargain arrangement to keep away from another US government shutdown. The arrangement incorporates a measure to halfway back development of Donald Trump’s arrangement to manufacture a divider along the US-Mexico outskirt. The US government previously persevered through a 35-day shutdown that finished a month ago. News of the achievement […]

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Lindsey Vonn makes history by Winning Bronze in Downhill Race

February 9, 2019

Lindsey Vonn was never going to slip unobtrusively into the nightfall. The best female Alpine skier ever, the best America has delivered, surged out of the entryway and tossed herself downhill for one final time and ensured her goodbye race was with regards to her brilliant profession: noteworthy, sensational and loaded up with feeling. The […]

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Damage of Liam Neeson’s Remarks

February 9, 2019

Celebrity main street for the debut of “Cold Pursuit” was dropped for the current week after the film’s lead on-screen character, Liam Neeson, uncovered amid a press junket that he once considered completing a bigot retribution assault since somebody near him said she had been assaulted by a dark individual. The affirmation lighted an online […]

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EU Copyright Reforms a Step Closer – but Google warns they could harm Creatives

February 8, 2019

The EU is a step closer to implementing a controversial copyright law reform that could affect what people share on websites like YouTube after politicians agreed on changes to the proposals. The reform, which pits tech giants like Google against publishers and content creators, will be put to MEPs next week before they make their […]

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Google and Facebook news need regulation to restore trust

February 5, 2019

Google and Facebook should be made to improve trust in the content they host, a review has found. The Cairncross review, commissioned by the government, recommended that tech giants should have a “news quality obligation” which would be overseen by a regulator. The wide-ranging report examined the future of the UK news industry. It made […]

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Remote Icy World is much Flatter than Scientists Thought

January 31, 2019

The furthest object in our solar system visited by a spacecraft – Ultima Thule – appears not to be “snowman shaped” as first thought, and is in fact much flatter. New pictures taken by the New Horizons spacecraft at a different angle as it raced away from Ultima Thule at 31,000mph (50,000 kmh) reveal it is not […]

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