Originally inspired by the former US President George W. Bush, the song by the US punk rock band is now used in reference to Donald Trump.
He once brought the "sexy" back and now he has shown support for the England team to bring the World Cup trophy home.
The top English football club has reportedly shown an interest in Croatian midfielder Mateo Kovacic, who plays for Real Madrid now, which immediately drew the attention of the English media to his wife Izabel, who they describe as no less than jaw-dropping.
The French President has chosen the former kings’ residence as a setting for revealing his plan to reorganize the republic; his reforms range from major public spending cuts to a "framework and rules" for Islam in France. While Emmanuel Macron described himself as "humble but determined," others disagreed.
Despite the fact that the former Anti-Fascist Action activist has deleted the original tweet and offered his apology, the public found his explanation offensive and insufficient.
Iranian women are sharing videos of themselves dancing on social media after an Iranian teenager was arrested last week for uploading videos of herself dancing on Instagram.
Twitter users have become embroiled in an intense debate involving a Lebanese mayor who wanted to promote his city by having local female police volunteers dress in revealing outfits.
A disturbing video of an El Paso, Texas, police officer pointing his gun at a group of children has sparked outrage, resulting in the officer being placed on desk duty while the altercation is investigated.
A former US vice president and one of the architects of the war on terror took part in a viral ad for a new show created by the man who created and portrayed characters like Borat Sagdiyev and Admiral General Aladeen.
The prominent British Conservative politician Boris Johnson became famous in no small part due to his flamboyant style and the mind-boggling gaffes that he committed during his tenures as the mayor of London and the foreign secretary.
93-year-old Jimmy Carter, who occupied the Oval office from 1977 to 1981, made a controversial remark as he spoke about his being a Christian and the impact it had on his politics in a recent interview promoting his new book.
As the England national team got to the 2018 World Cup semifinals for the first time in 28 years, the country slid further into football madness and the chronical of fans’ escapades has grown longer. Besides trashing a store of the Swedish-based IKEA, buses and cars, English revelers, for some reason, took aim at a German-looking dog for.
Algerian winger from Leicester Riyad Mahrez, who Manchester City has reportedly signed for $80 million, has long been admired by manager Pep Guardiola. Rita Mahrez, a model and Kim Kardashian’s look-alike, has recruited her own fans with sexy photos. Some, however, found her appearance disrespectful to her Muslim husband.
Canadian pop star Justin Bieber has proposed to his girlfriend - US model Hailey Baldwin, according to the US media.
A top Brazilian footballer, well known for both his skill and for his theatrical displays of agony on the field, recently starred in a viral ad released by a Portuguese emergency services company.
The famous Spanish matador Jose Padilla was injured after a collision with a bull during a bullfight in Arevalo (an autonomous community of Castilla and Leon).
With beach season in full swing, Instagram has seen yet another image trend, soon after the “Toblerone tunnel” grabbed the spotlight and this one reveals a new secret of the best possible looks in first-class summer pictures.
At the age of 20, Aimee Burn already boasts a rich pilot biography as she has been flying ever since she was 16, having as she claims, inherited some of her dad’s "petrolhead" genes.
England team fans have started an incredible new trend on Twitter following England’s 2-0 victory over Sweden on Friday, as Jordan Pickford showed some world-class handling and perfect judgment.
Iranian police said they would delete accounts with similar content on Instagram, with the judiciary mulling to block access to the social media platform.
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