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Before 1960 Dubai was just a desert. But the ruler of Dubai has changed its face. Today, Dubai has become famous for its luxury and billionaire life, including some crazy things too! The Tallest Building, Million Dollar Luxury Vehicles, Bugatti Veyron Cops Cars, Seven-star Hotels and-and Exotic Animals Such as Lions, Tigers, and Cheetahs as Pets. All can be seen...
Singapore is trying a new way to get its residents practice social distancing amid coronavirus pandemic. The government announced Friday it would start deploying Spot, Boston Dynamics' famous yellow and black canine robot, at one local park. The the robot "dog" will patrol the local areas broadcasting a pre-recorded message to visitors to remind them of the importance of social distancing. The robotic...
A new study from Chinese scientists found coronavirus particles in the semen of 16% of the male patients studied. The research which was published on Thursday now opens the possibility the disease could be transmitted sexually. Doctors at China’s Shangqiu Municipal Hospital took samples from 38 men who were hospitalized with the deadly virus and found that six of them...
One of President Donald Trump’s personal Navy valets has tested positive for the coronavirus, CNN reported. As the Trump administration continues to take steps to reopen the nation’s economy, this latest development, according to CNN, is raising concerns about the president’s possible exposure to COVID-19. According to CNN, the valets are members of an elite military unit dedicated to the White House...
China on Tuesday successfully launched a new rocket and prototype spacecraft, state media said, in a major test of the country's ambitions to operate a permanent space station and send astronauts to the Moon. The Long March 5B rocket took off from the Wenchang launch site in the southern island of Hainan and eight minutes later an unmanned prototype spaceship...
The year 2020 is really becoming something else. Giant hornets with freakish eyes and a venomous sting have emerged and are now part of this year's list of worries. The deadly meat-eating Asian giant hornet, which has been known to kill up to 50 people a year in Japan, has surfaced in the US for the first time. It was found in...
Millions of women could soon become unintentionally pregnant amid economic crisis. A grim report by UNFPA, the United Nations’ sexual and reproductive health agency, has revealed that the ongoing Coronavirus-induced lockdowns and major disruptions in healthcare sector could cause about seven million unintended pregnancies in the coming months. Read on through this link https://www.mazechmedia.com/2020/04/covid-19-lockdown-could-lead-to-7-million-unexpected-pregnancies-un-warns/
Many recent studies about COVID-19 show that more men are dying from the deadly virus than women. The death rate among men is 2.8% compared with 1.7% for women, according to a study by China’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The research suggests the trend will continue despite men and women being infected at similar rates. So what is...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday added six health issues to its official list of COVID-19 symptoms after seeing them repeatedly show up in patients during the pandemic. The symptoms may appear 2 to 14 days after exposure to someone with the novel coronavirus, according to CDC. Before now, the known symptoms of Coronavirus are fever, cough, and shortness of...
With growing rumors and uncertainty surrounding the health and whereabouts of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a state-run newspaper tried to prove the dictator is hale and hearty by reporting that he has sent a thank-you letter to builders in a seaside resort. The Rodong Sinmun outlet claimed Monday that Kim penned the message to builders working on a...

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