Somali suffering life-threatening injuries after bloody Marsa brawl

Somali suffering life-threatening injuries after bloody Marsa brawl
Nov 8 2021 Share

An argument in Marsa early this morning quickly turned into a violent altercation, leaving three foreigners suffering from life-threatening injuries in hospital. 

Police stated that the Hamrun district police and major crimes unit were investigating the argument at around 3:30 am. The men were identified as a 34-year-old Syrian, 31-year-old Libyan and a 30-year-old Somali. 

Police revealed that in two separate places close to the Marsa park and ride, two men were found on the floor suffering from injuries. 

The third man entered the Hamrun police station all bloodied, collapsing onto the floor unconscious. 

Preliminary investigations found that the men were involved in an argument between each other at Triq is-Serkin in Marsa, wherein a metallic object was used as a weapon at some point. The Syrian was certified to have suffered from life-threatening injuries. 


Travis Scott speaks out following Astroworld tragedy in emotional video

Travis Scott speaks out following Astroworld tragedy in emotional video response
Nov 8 2021 Share

In an emotional Instagram video, rapper Travis Scott spoke out about the Astroworld tragedy which say the loss of eight lives. 

On Friday November 5th in Houston Texas, massive amounts of people part of a 50,000 crowd surged forward towards the stage, killing eight and with police allegedly treating as many as 300 for minor injuries.

Adding to his previous statement to send out prayers to the ones lost during the concert, Scott said that his team is working to identify the families and help assist them through this tough time. 

‘You know, my fans really mean the world to me and I always want to leave them with a positive experience. Anytime I can make out anything that’s going on, you know, I stop the show and you know, help them get the help they need. I could just never imagine the severity of the situation.’ 

Footage also emerged showing pregnant mother of his children Kylie Jenner watching the concert. In a riser alongside her sister Kendall Jenner, Kylie appeared to have a serious demeanour as the events unfolded. 

She also stated that she and Scott hadn’t been aware of any fatalities until after the 75-minute set was over. Another TikTok clip showed her being led into the crowd with their three-year-old daughter Stormi alongside security. This was interpreted as them truly not knowing the situation had turned fatal. 


6 ways to improve your low self-esteem | by Ed’s Common Sense

Nov 7 2021 Share

Maintaining one’s self-esteem is a seemingly-trivial daily struggle which, in reality is of utmost importance due to its potential effect productivity and social interactions. Nowadays, self-worth is an increasingly popular topic and for good reason; which is why clinical psychologist and psychotherapist Dr. Edward Curmi is here to give us 6 ways to improve one’s self-esteem.

Dr. Edward Curmi is also the author of 2 self-help books titled Ed’s Common Sense.

1. Accept who you are with all your strengths and flaws. Perfection doesn’t exist!

2. Set small and realistic goals. Also allow yourself one or two achievable long term dreams.

3. Learn to live the moment and perceive your strengths and weakness as part of your destiny to becoming the person you are today.

4. Take good care of yourself and stop being so hard on yourself. You cannot be your worst enemy.

5. Stop comparing yourself to others. Remove people who constantly make you feel not good enough. Learn to invest and love yourself more.

6. Stop allowing the inner critic in yourself to give you a hard time. Get in touch with who or what makes you talk so harshly to yourself.

Do you suffer from low-esteem? Do you agree with these tips?


Legendary UB40 singer Terence ‘Astro’ Wilson dies after short illness

Nov 7 2021 Share

British singer and co-founder of iconic band UB40 Terence Wilson, better known as Astro, has sadly passed away after suffering from illness.

Astro was part of the British reggae band since the beginning, forming it in Birmingham in the late 1970s before going on find success in hits like “(I Can’t Help) Falling In Love)” and “Red Red Wine.”

UB40 often wrote about social and political issues, with Astro telling The Guardian back in May that they found it easier to write militant lyrics over love songs because they used to live these issues.

Rest in Power, Astro.