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  • Tyler Cameron celebrates making Jenifer Aniston her new friend
    The famous reality TV star Tyler Cameron celebrates making Hollywood A-lister Jenifer Aniston her friend. During a chat with E! News’ Daily Pop, the Bachelor Nation he extended his admiration pulled back the curtains on a run-in he had with the Friends alum at the 2019 People’s Choice Awards. He said,”She’s like, ‘Hey, how are […]
  • Sharon Stone opens up about threats of losing job for suggesting team to get vaccinated
    American actress Sharon Stone, on Sunday, opened up about the threats of losing job she received after rejecting to work with unvaccinated crew members. According to the details, a video shared by Deadline SAG-AFTRA national board member indicated that the actresses was being threatened not to suggest any of the cast members to get vaccinated. […]
  • Sheheryar Munawar releases poster of first directed short film ‘Prince Charming’
    Famous Pakistani actor Sheheryar Munawar Siddiqui, on Sunday, has released the poster of his maiden short film called, Prince Charming. Taking to Instagram, the Parey Hut Love actor revealed the poster saying “sharing the poster of my first narrative (short film) as director. from penning it to calling action to working on the post, each […]
  • Rome region website hacked, affecting vaccine bookings
    The website of Lazio, the Italian region that includes Rome, was down on Sunday after being hit by a cyber attack, meaning that people could no longer use it to book a Covid vaccine. “A hacker attack is underway… all defence and verification operations are ongoing to avoid prolonging the cut in services,” the region […]
  • YouTube suspends Sky News Australia channel
    YouTube said Sunday it had barred Sky News Australia from uploading new content for one week, citing concerns about Covid-19 misinformation. The move comes after a review of posts uploaded by the Rupert Murdoch-owned TV channel, which has a substantial online presence. “We have clear and established Covid-19 medical misinformation policies… to prevent the spread […]
  • China’s Su blasts into Olympic 100m final, Bromell out
    China’s Su Bingtian ran an Asian record of 9.83 seconds to qualify for the men’s Olympic 100m final on Sunday, while US medal hope Trayvon Bromell missed the cut. Su, 31, shattered his previous best of 9.91 to storm to an impressive semi-final win over American Ronnie Baker in a photo-finish. Italy’s Lamont Jacobs finished […]
  • Shehzad Roy receives strange marriage proposal on Twitter
    Famous Pakistani singer and social activist Shehzad Roy, on Saturday, received a strange marriage proposal from a fan. According to the details, The Roshan hai Zameen singer taking it to Twitter, shared a photo of a cup of green tea and sweets with the caption, “One must always prefer green tea over mithaee, kyoonkay zindagi […]
  • Nigeria receives four million vaccine doses from US
    Nigeria received four million doses of the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine from the United States on Sunday as the West African nation steps up efforts to battle a third wave of infections. The doses, which came on two planes, were received by officials from the UN children agency UNICEF on behalf of Nigeria at the airport […]
  • Afghan forces battle to thwart Taliban assaults on key cities
    Afghan government forces struggled against Taliban assaults on several major cities Sunday as the insurgents stepped up a nationwide offensive that saw a key airport in the south come under rocket fire overnight. Hundreds of commandos were deployed to the western city of Herat while authorities in the southern city of Lashkar Gah called for […]
  • Turkey wildfires force more residents to flee homes
    Wildfires in southern Turkey forced more people to flee their homes on Sunday as pressure on the government grew over its response to the deadly forest fires. Turkey has suffered the worst fires in at least a decade, official data show, with nearly 95,000 hectares (235,000 acres) burned so far this year, compared with an […]

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