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Nas Daily explains why Malta’s churches have wrongly attuned clocks

Nas Daily explains why Malta's churches have wrongly attuned clocks
Apr 19 2023 Share

Renowned social media entrepreneur and creator Nas Daily has explained to his 5.9 million followers why many of Malta’s churches have two clocks, with one of them being wrongly attuned.

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Why This Country Has The Wrong Time This country intentionally made the time wrong. Why? @visitmalta #NasDaily #Malta #clocks #devil #churches #fyp

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The creator is currently on a world tour to create short 1-minute explainers about various countries. He began his Malta tour with a video about Malta’s WWII bombing. 

But the second video came as a surprise to many other people, as Nas, real name Nuseir Yassin, explained how the wrongly attuned clock is purposefully wrong to confuse the devil from interrupting mass. 

The video also highlighted that the island has upwards of 300 churches, with a church in every square kilometre. Nas will continue to create videos about the islands, highlighting various spots and potentially attracting new tourists to the islands given his massive follower reach.

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Europe on its way to become world’s first climate neutral continent

Europe on its way to become world's first climate neutral continent
Apr 19 2023 Share

Taking to social media, European Parliament President Roberta Metsola highlighted the historic vote which has just been struck, paving the way for Europe to become the first climate neutral continent. 

Maltese MEP David Casa also took to social media, having been part of the leading force in negotiating for this legislation. 

‘The Climate Social Fund is now European law’ said Casa. ‘The negotiations I have been engaging in to see the Maltese and Gozitans being rewarded €60 million, 10 times more than the funds being planned, have come to an end.’

Casa said that this will help invest in electric vehicles, solar panels, better insulation and other eco-friendly, sustainable measures all over Europe. 

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Cyclists ride for 6 days to create 1,025km long dinosaur track

Cyclists ride for 6 days to create 1,025km long dinosaur track
Apr 19 2023 Share

The Guinness World Record for the largest GPS drawing by a bicycle team has just been awarded to a group of cyclists who created a 1,025km long velociraptor track. 

The cyclists Florent Arnaud, Maxime Brugere, Franck Delorme, Nicolas Meunier and Jean Roule rode for a whopping 43 hours and 47 minutes to complete the dinosaur.

They kicked it off, and finished, in Meillard in the Allier region in central France, crossing several other countries over six days of cycling. The adventure took place in November 2022, but was declared by Guinness World Records in March of this year. 

The team had already drawn a T-Rex in 2020 and then a diplodocus in 2021. Following this, they discovered that there was already a registered world record established in Egypt back in 2018. 

So, they decided to beat it, going on to post the activity to fitness app Strava. They achieved 3,917 likes and 217 comments. 

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8 dogs belonging to attacked breeder confiscated

8 dogs belonging to attacked breeder confiscated
Apr 19 2023 Share

Parliamentary Secretary for Fishing, Aquaculture and Animal Rights Alicia Bugeja Said revealed that 8 dogs belonging to Andre Galea have been confiscated following the incident earlier this week wherein the breeder was attacked by two of his own dogs.

The parliamentary secretary revealed that the Department of Animal Welfare, along with police and vets, confiscated 8 dogs still in Galea’s possession and were living in inhumane conditions. 

Bugeja Said thanked all those involved in the handling of the incident, saying that she will follow the case as close as possible so that justice can be carried out.

On Monday, Andre Galea was attacked by two of his own pitbulls in Msida, suffering grievous injuries and seeking shelter on a car’s roof. Earlier in 2020, his grandmother was mauled to death by some of his own dogs, leading to a court case. His dogs were not confiscated following this initial incident. 

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