Spotify 2020 Wrapped: See Your Top Songs for 2020
Spotify 2020 Wrapped, accessible for qualifying users, proffers an overview of your listening habits in the previous 11 months. It is exclusive to the Spotify mobile application on Android and iOS, providing information on songs, artists, genres, and podcasts that comprise a user's listening habits.
Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities Orders Arrest of Model Who Did a Photoshoot in Giza
After posing for a collection of photos in a dress inspired by ancient Egyptian clothing, an Egyptian model was arrested on Monday due to her photo session in Saqqara, a prominent archeological site in Giza.
Police Arrest Swedish Woman for Holding Son Captive for Almost 3 Decades
A Swedish woman was arrested after the police suspected her of holding her son captive inside their apartment for decades. Reports claimed that the rescued man had infected sores on his body, was undernourished, and almost no longer had teeth.
Singapore Will Now Produce Lab-Grown Chicken, the World's First Clean Meat
With the increasing demand for healthier meat options, Singapore has approved the production and distribution of Eat Just lab-grown chicken nuggets. The Singaporean government is hoping other countries will follow.
Brazil's Deforestation is at an All Time High Under President Jair Bolsonaro's Leadership
The Amazon is at risk as deforestation is has surged to a 12-year high. Illegal logging, forest fires, and mining are to blame.
Australia's Economy Emerges From COVID-19 Recession by 3.3%
Australia's economy rose by 3.3 percent in the third quarter, recuperating from its first recession in almost three decades as it rebounded from pandemic-related shocks, as indicated by figures released on Wednesday.
Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico Collapses After Gashes Were Made on Reflector
The Arecibo Radio Telescope in Puerto Rico that was damaged previously has already collapsed. It ends 50 years of discovery after it fell on the forest floor last Tuesday
Car Plows Through Pedestrian Area in Trier Germany at Least 5 Dead
After a car drove into a pedestrian area in the city of Trier, a German city which is close to the border of Luxembourg, at least five individuals have died on Tuesday.
Australia Bushfire Rips Through World's Largest Sand Island, Fraser Island
Firefighters in Australia are grappling to hold reigns on a massive bushfire that has destroyed 40 percent of the UNESCO world heritage-listed Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island, prior to a heatwave hit on Monday.
COVID-19 Vaccine Information on a Digital Passport Now Ongoing for Future Travels
Concerns on international flights may be addressed as a digital COVID-19 passport is being finalized.
Pfizer BioNTech Submit Application for EU Approval of the Use COVID-19 Vaccine This December
American pharmaceutical company Pfizer and its partner BioNTech shared that they have applied to the EMA or European Medicines Agency for the conditional marketing authorization of their vaccine for coronavirus.
100,000 Ethiopian Refugees Go Hungry as Food Runs Out According to UN
The UN reported that 100,000 Ethiopian Refugees are going hungry as food supplies are thinning out. Camps in Ethiopia’s northern Tigray region have been isolated due to hostilities in the region.
Kim Jong Un receives COVID-19 Vaccine from China US Analysts Says
After almost shutting down the operations with their biggest trading partner, Japanese intelligence sources discussed with a Washington DC-based Korea expert that the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un received a coronavirus vaccination from the Chinese government.
Pacific Air Commander: More Hypersonic Weapons are Needed by the US Air Force
If there is one armament that will make a difference in the US Air Force, it is hypersonic weapons. The Pacific air commander wants more money allotted to this expense.
United Nation Reports: Nigeria Massacre Leaves 110 Dead Bodies
According to the United Nations, a horrifying massacre against farmers in the northeastern portion of the country wherein at least 110 individuals were killed, which raised the initial toll to 43 people and then at least 70 dead.