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Money Heist season 5 confirmed for this year

May 24 2021 Share

Netflix has officially confirmed the release dates for season 5 of Money Heist, known also as La Casa de Papel. The 5th season will be broken up into two volumes, with the first part coming September 3rd and second volume on December 3rd. Season 4 thrilled fans with a fast-paced run and a body-count which seasons 1 to 3 fail to compare. The second heist did not conclude during the least season, leaving fans waiting for what is to come.

The heist is set to come to an end in one of the volumes, as stated by Netflix on July 2020. The trailer has also dropped, and from the looks of it, fans will not be disappointed! Featuring 10 episodes which were shot during the pandemic, each volume will likely contain five episodes each as its popularity continues to skyrocket.

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Victory Kitchen teams up with Happy Initiative for World Hunger Day

Victory Kitchen teams up with Happy Initiative for World Hunger Day
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Rafel Sammut’s Victory Kitchen has teamed up with charity organisation Happy Initiative to donate meals for World Hunger Day. With World Hunger Day coming up on 28th May, the charity will be donating one meal for every share of @happy_initiative’s Instagram post until the aforementioned date.

 

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The charities also encourage anyone who wishes to donate any food or money to contact Maltese chef and good guy extraordinaire Rafel Sammut on 99906056 to contribute to the amazing feat. This immensely thoughtful and loving act will feed people and families who still do not know where their next meal is coming from. So go contribute in this wonderful act of kindness!

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Black Fungus linked to COVID-19 hits India

Black Fungus linked to COVID-19 hits India
May 24 2021 Share

Indian states have started to declare a black fungus epidemic as cases of this infectious disease sky rocket in patients recovering from the already detrimental COVID-19. Called mucormycosis, the fungal disease has a 50% mortality rate as it starts initially in the nose but has the potential to spread into the brain. It can often only be treated by major surgery which removes the eye or part of skull or jaw. More than 7200 people in India have been reported to have contracted the otherwise rare disease, with 219 dead.

The rise in the infection is correlated to an overuse of steroids which patients with COVID-19 were given to ease the virus’ pain. Diabetes is also being linked to the fungus, with India being the second highest in diabetes rate globally. Fungal spores found in soil and organic matter cause the fungus, with those who have a compromised immunity usually succumbing to the fungus.

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UK’s Eurovision 2021 contestant has written worldwide hits

UK’s Eurovision 2021 contestant has written worldwide hits
May 24 2021 Share

Despite receiving zero points during the 2021 edition of the Eurovision song contest, the UK’s ambassador James Newman is actually a very talented and renowned songwriter and musician. He was written songs which people love, listen and dance to without having no idea who Newman is. Newman has written for the likes of Ed Sheeran, Calvin Harris and Jess Glynn, and even won Brit Award for British Single of the Year as a co-writer of Rudimental’s ‘Waiting All Night’.

Despite having songwriting credits alongside Little Mix, Sigala and even Backstreet Boys, Newman’s single ‘Ember’ did not garner a single point during the 2021 edition of Eurovision. Eurovision seems to be just a tiny bump on the road for the artist, as his long musical CV is sure to keep him working in the sector for a long time to come.

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