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Volvo Cars’ 180kph speed cap is the company’s latest addition to a legacy of a ‘terrible idea’ that has saved more than a million lives.
While Malaysians overwhelmingly agree that breeding the Malayan tiger in captivity and rewilding them is a good idea, many are concerned about poaching.
Chung says she misses her husband and children who are in Canada.
But simply letting your children have their way because privacy comes first is not a solution. Parents have to guide their children.
Moroccan singer Saad Lamjarred was arrested on rape charges three times since 2010 in the United States and France.
According to a report from France’s Student Observatory of Sexual and Sexist Violence in Higher Education, one in 20 female students say they have been a victim of rape and one in 10 had suffered a sexual assault.
A study this year by children's rights charity Plan International found that 51% of 14,000 girls and young women surveyed worldwide had experienced sexual harassment online.
An international association recently certified the Boundary Waters as the world’s 13th dark sky sanctuary, a title given to land that has “an exceptional or distinguished quality of starry nights".
With a spike in Covid-19 cases and the CMCO, beauty companies are worried but lessons learnt from the first lockdown are directing them towards stronger customer engagement and an emphasis on e-commerce.
'Two And A Half Men' creator and executive producer Chuck Lorre described Ferrell as 'one of the greats'.