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A Peruvian man was left heartbroken when he checked out a Street View of the capital, Lima, on Google Maps and accidentally saw his beloved wife cozying up on a bench with another man. https://www.mazechmedia.com/2020/06/video-this-video-is-currently-trending-for-obvious-reasons/ According to the report, his wife and her paramour thought they were safe from prying eyes as they canoodled by the city’s Puente de Los Suspiros...
Seattle Tech giant, Microsoft said on Sunday they spoke with President Trump about acquiring trendy social app TikTok  — and Trump gave its parent company ByteDance 45 days to discuss the acquisition. The deal could run in the tens of billions, according to Fox Business. The acquisition talks come as TikTok, which is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, has come under intense scrutiny...
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro said on Thursday that he has ‘mold’ in his lungs and was taking antibiotics that has left him feeling weak. Bolsonaro has spent weeks in isolation after testing positive for the coronavirus “I just did a blood test. I was feeling kind of weak yesterday. They found a bit of infection also. Now I’m on antibiotics,” Bolsonaro...
Newly enrolled international students whose colleges and universities are operating entirely online this year won’t be allowed to enter the U.S. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement confirmed on Friday that its guidance granting visa flexibility to nonimmigrant students only applies to those who were actively enrolled at American schools on March 9. “Nonimmigrant students in new or initial status after March 9 will...
Horrifying photos and video below show charred monkey hands and captured dogs waiting to be slaughtered inside India's 'wet markets'. In a heartbreaking video shared by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals ( PETA), pooches can be seen tied up in sacks with just their heads poking out. Monkey body parts, including tiny hands, can also be seen for sale...
International students studying in the US on visas must leave the country or risk deportation if their universities and colleges switch to online-only courses, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, universities and colleges in the US are beginning to make the decision to transition to online courses. At Harvard, for example, all course instruction will be...
The US Treasury Department and IRS sent about 1.1 million coronavirus stimulus payments, totaling almost $1.4 billion to dead people as of April 30, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) paper released Thursday reported. The mistake come as the U.S. government hurriedly issued stimulus payments to millions of Americans in the wave of the coronavirus pandemic. The stimulus checks were authorized by Congress with...
A top Italian doctor has claimed that the Coronavirus is getting weaker and could die out on its own without a vaccine. Professor Matteo Bassetti said he is convinced the killer virus is "changing in severity" and patients are now surviving coronavirus infections that would have previously killed them. He described coronavirus as once an "aggressive tiger" of a disease, which...
Amazon CEO on Tuesday joined the growing list of tech leaders calling for their companies to commemorate Juneteenth. In a letter to employees, Jeff Bezos urged them to cancel all meetings on Friday to  honor Juneteenth, which celebrates the emancipation of Black people from slavery in the U.S. On that date in 1865, Union Gen. Gordon Granger read the Emancipation Proclamation...
One of Britain's top pole dancers has died suddenly at the age of just 27 after posting that she was finding lockdown 'so hard'. Jess Leanne Norris, from Bolton in Lancashire, was a two-time winner of Miss Pole Dance UK. Details of how Ms. Norris died have not been revealed yet, but last year she launched a fundraising drive in aid...

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