In receiving the award, named after the Russian human rights journalist and outspoken government critic who was murdered in October 2006, Malala told the audience she was fighting for the rights of women because "they are the ones who suffer the most". … [Read more...] about Malala Yousafzai: What does the Nobel Peace Prize nominee stand for?
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Traumatic: Abbie said the frequent discussions about pregnancy and babies on The Bachelor were upsetting in light of her experience. Pictured on the show with former Bachelor winners, Snezana Wood (left) and Laura Byrne (centre), who were both pregnant at the time … [Read more...] about ‘I felt guilty about having kids’: The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield reveals she had an abortion months before filming – and broke down in tears when a producer asked her about pregnancy
Notably, cybercriminals would most often choose Tinder to cover their files: this app’s name was used in nearly a third of all cases (493 files detected in African regions). The danger these malicious files bring varies from file to file, ranging from Trojans that can download other malware to ones that send an expensive SMS, to adware, making it likely that every ping a user gets is some sort of annoying ad notification rather than a message from a potential date. … [Read more...] about Cyber security: Nigerians, South Africans hit by fake dating apps scam
But privately I have been becoming more and more depressed. I have been so shocked by some of the things said to me on these platforms and I have found some of it very hard to process. I think it's important to stand up to bullies and that is why I have continued to do so... … [Read more...] about Laurence Fox announces he is quitting Twitter: Actor says he ‘wakes up in dread’ at comments from social media ‘bullies’ following his Question Time row – and fears the backlash will stop him being able to provide financially for his children
Since his 1978 debut album, For You, Prince was in constant motion. He broke down the barriers of race in America, redefined what it meant to be a sex symbol, and melded musical genres like no other artist before him — all while decked out in a feather boa and a pair of his trusted high heels. And perhaps no pop star in history had transcended cultural and political barriers as effortlessly: On 1981’s “Controversy,” he asked, “Am I black or white, am I straight or gay?”For all his trailblazing, he was rewarded handsomely, scoring seven Grammys, an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, and induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. “When I first started out in the music industry, I was most concerned with freedom,” he said during his induction speech. “Freedom to produce, freedom to play all the instruments on my records, freedom to say anything I wanted to…. I embarked on a journey more fascinating than I could ever have … [Read more...] about Remembering Prince: 1958-2016