In a now-deleted post on Instagram to six million followers, 23-year-old Zara Larsson supported Palestinians and labelled Israel "a state upholding apartheid and killing civilians, funded by American dollars".
Minaj, one of the best-selling female rap artists of all time, has been on hiatus for half a year due to a pregnancy. The 38-year-old, known for her colourful costumes and wigs, hinted that she will release new music this week.
Photos and videos showing the devastating second wave of coronavirus in India have shocked and scared the world. With the death toll due to COVID crossing over 4,000 per day, many Indian cities, including Delhi, have run out of cremation spaces.
The politician, who served as president between 2005 and 2013, was well-known for his poignant criticism of Washington and Israel, as well as for controversial statements on various issues. Ahmadinejad planned to participate in the 2017 elections, but was barred from them by Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.
In her book titled "The Zero Fail: The Rise and Fall of the Secret Service", Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig mentioned Donald Trump's youngest daughter, Tiffany, who allegedly started spending "an unusual amount of time alone" with a security agent after breaking up with her boyfriend.
The Trump administration designated Xiaomi as a company with ties to the Chinese military. The tech firm dismissed the allegations, saying the Chinese military designation was unconstitutional and hit back with a lawsuit against the US government.
Despite port calls by NATO's nuclear-powered submarines to the civilian harbour of Tromsø triggering broad internal criticism, ranging from locals to opposition politicians, who believe it drags Norway deeper into the superpower struggle, the country's defence minister chose to focus on a similar comment by a Russian expert.
So far, over 159 million coronavirus infections have been confirmed worldwide, with the global death toll from the pandemic surpassing 3.3 million, according to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland.