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WasteServ and Civil Protection handle Autoclave fire with no injuries sustained

Oct 27 2020 Share

Following this morning’s news of a fire at WasteServ’s autoclave plant, the company took to social media to report that the situation is under control with all workers accounted for. 

WasteServ thanked The Civil Protection Department for their swift work and advised that the plant has been shut down temporarily as a precautionary measure.

Kanye West is 100% sure that he is winning the U.S. election in 2020

Oct 27 2020 Share

In his highly-anticipated, 3-hour discussion with Joe Rogan on ‘The Joe Rogan Experience’, Kanye West dished out a number of bold claims in typical Kanye fashion. 

Amongst the boldest claims was his statement that he is “definitely 100% winning in 2024”, with reference to the U.S election. 

Amongst other topics, West and Rogan also discussed Star Wars, Kanye’s GAP collaboration, foreign policy, Tesla and more.

You can watch the interview in its entirety below:


Tinder to introduce video chat to reduce catfishing

Oct 27 2020 Share

Dating app tinder has announced that it will introducing a new ‘Face to Face’ features which will allow matches to video call from the Tinder app itself without disclosing any personal information. 

This comes right as most European countries are introducing COVID-19 restrictions including closure of bars and restaurants.

The feature, created by Tinder’s Trust and Safety team will provide more control and safety, which means less cat-fishing, offensive language and others.

Malta amongst lowest COVID-19 morality rates in Europe

Oct 27 2020 Share

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control have compiled data which shows that Malta’s mortality is amongst the lowest in Europe at the moment. 

The data illustrates the percentage of deaths in relation to the total number of cases and puts Malta at the seventh-lowest in Europe at 0.9 per cent, with Italy in the number one spot at 7.6 per cent.

So far, Malta has registered a total of 54 deaths out of a total 5,578 cases.

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