"Mum could’ve easily just ordered us a takeaway since she was working during the day and must have been tired, for sure, but she still made the effort for us."
Hundreds of thousands of people in Beirut and across Lebanon have been protesting to demand better living conditions and to oust politicians who have been in power for decades.
SuperM Just Became The First K-Pop Group To Get A Billboard No. 1 Debut Album And It's Caused A Debate About Bundling
"They should create a Billboard top merch chart."
Her agency, SM Entertainment, said: "We are very sad and sorry to deliver this sad news. Sulli has left us."
J-Hope and Becky G are taking us back to 2006. 🐔🍜
Princess Beatrice Is Getting Married And Her Sister Princess Eugenie Took The Cutest Engagement Photos
The couple are set to wed next year. 💍💐
People Think Dakota Fanning Pulled A Scarlett Johansson, But There’s A Perfectly Reasonable Explanation
“I play a British woman abandoned by her parents at seven years old in Africa and raised Muslim.”
"As an educator, I personally value knowing with precision and accuracy what reaction anything that I say (or write) will instill in my audience, and I got this one wrong."
"You can only be taught to hate."
“Did you know? Peppa wasn’t able to go to school two days and those two days are now known as Saturday and Sunday.”
"I'm an ARMY obviously." —Ariana Grande
Rahman's appearance in Far From Home is the first time a hijabi actor has been credited as a main cast member in a Marvel movie.
A spokesperson said he died in his sleep due to a seizure from an ongoing medical condition.
Students Could Sue King’s College London After It Admitted To Flagging Campus Activists With Police Ahead Of The Queen’s Visit
The KCL Student Union said the incident proves concerns about surveillance on campus are valid. The university has apologised for lettings "its community" down.
An Instagram Post That Promised To Give Food To Sudanese Children Got Over A Million Likes. It's Fake.
Instagram has taken down the page.
The international community was initially criticised for not speaking up about the situation in Sudan.
The Mattar Blue movement started after the death of Mohamed Hashim Mattar, a 26-year-old engineer and graduate of London’s Brunel University, who was killed in the crackdown on June 3.