Emerging singer Kwaku Asante has released a video for his current single “Rhodes,” co-directed by Dean Dumare. The intimate visual finds Asante and his love interest (played by Kandi J) undoubtedly smitten with each other. They’re seen doting over one another in various places in London, from exploring nature to commuting by train. The sweetest
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The hacking group, Killnet, said the attack was in retaliation for Estonia’s removal of a Soviet tank from a World War II memorial.
Officials blamed extreme heat and strong winds for fast-spreading wildfires that have killed at least 37 people and left dozens more injured in northeast Algeria.
A Russian missile destroyed a dormitory that was home to older people and people with hearing impairments, according to Ukrainian officials. At least 10 civilians were killed and another 17 wounded, including an 11-year-old child.
The announcement comes amid tensions with China over the self-governing island, which several American lawmakers recently visited.
More bodies were interred in the Kyiv suburb this week. They had no names, only numbers.
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Patent prosecutor launches first-of-its-kind app to connect entertainment professionals and protect them from exploitation
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