Elon Musk’s gf Grimes says she can’t wait to ‘die on Mars’

The 33-year-old previously voiced plans to head to Mars when she approaches retirement age, claiming she will accomplish this whatever it takes, even if it requires her to work "manually until death". Tech mogul Elon Musk's girlfriend, Canadian singer Grimes, appears to share his burning passion for the Red Planet, going as far as announcing … Continue reading Elon Musk’s gf Grimes says she can’t wait to ‘die on Mars’

UK gov’t accused of ‘institutional racism’ against Blacks

The government will consider the recommendations made in the Race and Ethnic Disparities review, said British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who commissioned the report last summer following the rise of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement in the UK. "It is now right that the government considers their recommendations in detail, and assesses the implications … Continue reading UK gov’t accused of ‘institutional racism’ against Blacks

US police examining ‘suspicious package’ found at Capitol

Individuals inside Rayburn House Office Building - the congressional office building for the US House of Representatives in Washington, DC - were ordered to evacuate on Wednesday, following reports of a "suspicious package" outside Rayburn 2043. "All staff and other personnel are directed to remain in their assembly area until further notice. There are no … Continue reading US police examining ‘suspicious package’ found at Capitol

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Kluivert to leave Barcelona’s La Masia academy in June

Patrick Kluivert's time as the head of Barcelona's academy has come to an end. The Dutchman has been informed by the club that they will not extend his deal beyond the end of June. Kluivert took on the job in 2019 with the objective of preserving the future stars of La Masia. The director Xavi … Continue reading Kluivert to leave Barcelona’s La Masia academy in June

Female referees officiate FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for the first time

Stéphanie Frappart and Kateryna Monzul are set to become the first female match officials to take charge of men’s FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers. Frappart will referee the match between the Netherlands and Latvia in Amsterdam on 27 March, while Monzul, for her part, will oversee the encounter between Austria and the Faroe Islands in Vienna … Continue reading Female referees officiate FIFA World Cup Qualifiers for the first time

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Qatar 2022: FIFA World Cup qualifiers

After some shocks and stunning performances on Wednesday and Thursday, qualifying for Qatar 2022 resumed in the UEFA and Concacaf zones on Saturday. Turkey continued their fine form and won their first two World Cup qualifiers of a campaign for the first time in their history, while Croatia and the Netherlands both bounced back after opening-match losses. UEFA … Continue reading Qatar 2022: FIFA World Cup qualifiers

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Two-third of the world’s women billionaires are Chinese

China is home to the most self-made women entrepreneurs in the world, according to a new report. The country minted 24 new female billionaires to start 2021, bringing the total number to 85, said Hurun Research Institute. China’s 85 female billionaires amount to two-thirds of the 130 women billionaires in the world. While the number of … Continue reading Two-third of the world’s women billionaires are Chinese

Students, women and the LGBT community protest for human rights in Turkey

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Istanbul on Saturday for anti-government protests, demanding amid a heavy police presence the reversal of recent decisions by Turkey's president that affect students, women and the LGBT community. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan issued a surprise decree a week ago ending Turkey's participation in a landmark treaty aimed at protecting women … Continue reading Students, women and the LGBT community protest for human rights in Turkey

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U.S. court to review Boston Marathon bomber’s death sentence

The Supreme Court said Monday it will consider reinstating the death sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, presenting President Joe Biden with an early test of his opposition to capital punishment. The justices agreed to hear an appeal filed by the Trump administration, which carried out executions of 13 federal inmates in its final … Continue reading U.S. court to review Boston Marathon bomber’s death sentence

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Germany ready to stiffen lockdown measures

German authorities were expected to extend lockdown measures again on Monday and possibly tighten some restrictions as they face a steady rise in new coronavirus infections, but leave schools open for now. Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country's 16 state governors, who in highly decentralized Germany are responsible for imposing and lifting restrictions, held a … Continue reading Germany ready to stiffen lockdown measures