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‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ the most watched Netflix show worldwide

‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ the most watched Netflix show worldwide
Sep 25 2022 Share

Having just been released on the 21st of September 2022, Netflix mini-series Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story has become the most watched Netflix series world-wide in the span of a few days.

The official Instagram page revealed that the series not only became the number one show in the US, but also took the top spot in the entire world. 

Over 20 countries worldwide are binging the series like crazy, wanting to discover more about the horrific real events behind the Dahmer murders. 

 

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Starring Evan Peters as the notorious serial killer, the series takes on the perspective of his victims as well as the police incompetency which allowed the Wisconsin native to go on a killing spree spanning years. 

A look at Rotten Tomatoes shows that audience scores were far higher than critics’, as the latter gave the series a 50% rating despite there being no consensus as of yet. 

However, the main critique seems to be coming from the families involved in the killings. One of the cousins of the victims revealed that, given its autobiographical nature, the show is ‘re-traumatising over and over again.’ 

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Maltese veteran officers gifted awards for years of service

Maltese veteran officers gifted awards for years of service
Sep 25 2022 Share

During a brief ceremony at the Police Headquarters, various police officers were awarded for their dedication to the Police Force. 

22 police officers received a medal for 18 years of efficient service, 9 officers and 4 ex-officers received their first clasp for 25 years of efficient service, while 8 members received the second clasp for 30 years of efficient service. 

The award ceremony was attended and led by Minister Byron Camilleri and Police Commissioner Angelo Gafa. They congratulated the officers for their long and efficient work in the force, whilst also highlighting how a 15% increase in public trust towards the force was registered. This is the highest trust registered towards the force in over 10 years. 

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Elderly couple donate €5,325 to Puttinu Cares for 50th anniversary

Elderly couple donate €5,325 to Puttinu Cares for 50th anniversary
Sep 25 2022 Share

Taking to social media, NGO Puttinu Cares highlighted the generous act of charity undertaken by Rose and Nicholas Formosa in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. 

The couple donated a whopping €5,325 after managing to gather up the sum through a small fundraiser held during their anniversary celebrations. 

The sum sky-rocketed and the couple had the opportunity to celebrate their life of love by giving aid to an organisation focused on helping people, especially children, battling serious illnesses like cancer. 

Well done Rose and Nicholas! 

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Roger Federer’s legendary selfie with Nadal, Djokovic & Murray will go down in tennis history

Roger Federer's legendary selfie with Nadal, Djokovic & Murray will go down in tennis history
Sep 24 2022 Share

Roger Federer is saying goodbye to professional tennis and his latest Instagram post will definitely go down in the sport’s cultural history.

 

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Considered to be the big 4 of modern professional tennis with 66 Grand Slams between them, Federer posted a black tie selfie featuring fellow tennis stars Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic, with the photo garnering over 2.2 million likes so far.

Taken across from the iconic tower bridge on the night of the Laver Cup’s gala dinner, Federer nonchalantly captioned the photo “heading to dinner with some friends”, to the joy of thousands (if not millions) of tennis fans around the world.

While it is amazing to see all of those legends in just one photo, what is truly astounding in it is its net worth, with the combined net worth of the four players coming out to $1,155,000,000: that means that Federer’s one selfie is worth over $1 billion.

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