A picture of Pavel Durov, the developer and CEO of the now blocked Telegram messaging platform, in which he proudly sits on a white horse has been circulating the internet and is now featured in a plethora of memes. The Russian entrepreneur originally posted the picture on Instagram after a court had ruled to block the encrypted service in Russia.
A McDonald's employee in Jacksonville, Florida, took justice into her own hands on Thursday after a customer reportedly came up to the counter and threw a drink on her.
Since Kev Myers posted his first picture on Instagram on April 7, the account has attracted a whopping 253,000 followers in less than a week.
A prominent sex robot inventor and visionary revealed that his creations aren’t mere crude tools for sexual gratification but can also help couples preserve their relationships.
The UK tabloids tried to scare British fans away from Moscow with hooligans and provocations when Arsenal played against the local CSKA club. The Arsenal folks came and seemed to enjoy a warm welcome instead.
A recent altercation in Brooklyn involving famous UFC mixed martial artists has apparently led to unexpected consequences on the other side of the Atlantic when a new brand of poultry was spotted in one of Russia’s stores.
"This isn't patriotism; this is lunacy," a Twitter user said in response to an assertion by the incumbent CIA Director Mike Pompeo that the US is morally above Russia, when it comes to acceptable foreign policy goals.
Twitter users expressed outrage as the biggest music award in Germany praised two hip-hoppers who compared their nice physical shape with bodies of people in one of the Third Reich's most notorious death camps.
A five-story-high phallic mural, replete with bulging veins, will be removed from the Swedish capital days mere days after its striking appearance, as Stockholmers failed to appreciate the sophistication of the "F**k the world" artwork by an avant-garde feminist artist.
Former CIA director and Secretary of State nominee Mike Pompeo boasted about killing “a couple hundred Russians” in Syria, saying the move was one of the Trump administration’s key actions to counter Moscow, triggering a social media storm.
A cinematographer caught a special moment off Mexico’s coast on tape as a whale shark, which is the largest fish on Earth, approached some humans.
The president's confusing back-and-forth rhetoric about whether the US will strike the Middle Eastern country following an alleged chemical attack which Washington blamed on Damascus has sparked some heated debate on his Twitter page.
A plethora of reactions emerged on Twitter and Instagram to the news the UK Prime Minister is contemplating joining in any US-led strikes in response to an alleged chemical attack in Syria's Douma.
A Danish comedian, who has already earned an impressive reputation for mocking Sweden and its political correctness gone too far, has made a staggering comeback that left some Swedes applauding and others crying in anger.
The pop star, who had previously been slammed for diva-like behavior and several scandals, speaks out about her struggle with bipolar II disorder, which has lasted for nearly two decades. Twitter praised the revelation, expressing support and gratitude for her bravery.
Earlier US President Trump posted a threat on his Twitter page to strike Syria with missiles in retaliation for the alleged use of chemical weapons in Douma, warning Russia “get ready,” if it expects to intercept them. Moscow has previously warned Washington against such actions, promising an appropriate response.
Earlier in the day, the US President took to Twitter to call for Russia to “get ready” for “nice and new and smart” missiles in Syria as a response to the alleged chemical attack in Douma – the tweet was followed by another one, urging Moscow to stop what he described as an “arms race.”
While working on a documentary “Sex Robots and Us,” BBC journalist James Young traveled to Japan in an attempt to learn more about the industry, but it seems that he had found out something quite worrisome.
While many Facebook users’ hearts skipped a beat when the company’s founder was testifying before the US Congress on the Cambridge Analytica case, Twitterians were laughing their heads off, wondering if Zuckerberg was human.
Last week, popular YouTube conspiracy page “secureteam10” uploaded a video taken by a passenger, identified only as Mr. Chang, showing an orange light glowing in the middle of the thunderstorm during his recent flight from Atlanta to Las Vegas aboard an unspecified airline.
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