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Facebook Dating has officially launched in Europe

Oct 22 2020 Share

Facebook Dating is officially released in Europe following a nine-month delay. The in-app feature seeks matches based on Facebook likes, preferences, and activities. 

The dating site, which occurs as a new tab on the Facebook app, seeks matches based on user likes, preferences, and Facebook activity. Users can send a “like” and a message to another user, or a “Hidden Crush”—similar to a” super-like “on Tinder — to show that they are very interested.

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Lil Bibby reveals that Juice WRLD has another Posthumous Album on the Way

Oct 22 2020 Share

Following the tremendous commercial success of his first posthumous release, Legends Never Die, Juice WRLD ‘s estate seems to be gearing up for another. This is according to Grade A label head and collaborator Lil Bibby, who recently talked to The Hollywood Fix. 

“The new album of Juice WRLD,” he said as he was asked what he was working on. “The next insane album, Juice WRLD.”

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Coronavirus: Volunteer in Brazil dies ‘from the control group’ trial of Oxford vaccine

Oct 22 2020 Share

A volunteer participating in the clinical trial of the Covid-19 vaccine produced by AstraZeneca and Oxford University has died in Brazil, authorities said, but the trial will not be halted as a result. 

Oxford University emphasized that there was no concern about the safety of its vaccine candidate and that it plans to keep the study running without disruption.

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A source was quoted by the Reuters News Agency saying that the experiment would have been suspended if someone who received the actual vaccine had died, suggesting that the volunteer who died may have been part of the test group who received the meningitis jab instead.

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Lewis Hamilton criticised by experts for his dogs ‘dangerous’ vegan diet

Oct 22 2020 Share

The 35-year-old said that his pet had been “full vegan” since July and that he was now “like a puppy again” after recovering from skin allergies and respiratory issues. 

But animal scientists have warned that feeding dogs a meat-free diet can potentially lead to a deficiency in some of the essential vitamins they require, Daily Mail says.

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