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(Reuters) - The hashtag #BlackOutTuesday became the top trending item on Twitter as hundreds of thousands of businesses and individuals, including TV channels and celebrities, posted black screen shots to signal support for racial justice as street protests over the police killing of George Floyd entered a second week.
NEW YORK (AFP): Major music industry labels are pledging to halt business on Tuesday (June 2) in solidarity with anti-racist demonstrators demanding structural social change and an end to police brutality.
(Reuters) - Fewer than half of Americans plan to go to sports events, concerts, movies and amusement parks when they reopen to the public until there is a proven coronavirus vaccine, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Tuesday.
UNITED NATIONS: United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres pledged on Sunday (Apil 19) that all human beings should unite as one to combat the common enemy of coronavirus and rebuild a fairer world.
THE rise of social media in its many varied platforms have opened the possibilities for people to connect with others in new ways. This trend has also given birth to a bevy of social media starlets who initially began on their journey as a way to express themselves.
Police in Chongqing investigate allegations that He’s partner beat her up during their year-long relationshipTwo of man’s ex-wives say they experienced similar violence
Shanghai: Chinese consumers closed in on a new spending record during the annual “Singles’ Day” frenzy, the world’s biggest 24-hour shopping event, which kicked off this year with a glitzy show by US megastar Taylor Swift.
THEY tried their best to shake it off (yes, like that Taylor Swift song) but the primary kids of SK Sri Petaling just couldn’t get rid of the sticky notes.
SINGAPORE (Bernama): Malaysian Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad has again topped the list as Malaysia’s most admired man, according to YouGov’s annual study of which public figures people look up to.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Singaporean singer-songwriter Tanya Chua's record label has rebutted accusations online that she plagiarised American pop star Taylor Swift in Chua's recently released album, Kisses For The World.