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78-Year Old Man Divorces 17-Year Old Wife 22-Days After Wedding.

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A 78-year old man from Indonesia divorces her 17-year old wife 22-days after their wedding. Abah Sarna, the old-man, and Noni Navita, his 17-year old wife, sealed the bond of their Love last month.

Just in 22-days of their journey in Marriage, the newly wedded couple cut off the relation by filing a divorce. This has left a lot in shock because they gained attention when they got married due to their age difference.

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According to the sister of the Bride, there was no problem between the two but the Groom all of a sudden sent a divorce to the bride’s family.

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Moreover, allegations have been raised against the 17-year wife, for marrying the 78-year old man when she was already pregnant. This was not in knowledge of the man and his family before the marriage.

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Facebook Is Reportedly Set To Change Its Name In An Effort To Rebrand The Company

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BREAKING: Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp All Go Down In Major Outage

it’s been an interesting few weeks for social media platform Facebook, as the massively popular company has dealt with a widespread outage that rocked the Internet and introduced a slate of new anti-harassment and bullying policies.

However if new reports prove to be accurate, Facebook is set to undergo a major change that will see the company being called an entirely different name.

@TheVerge exclusively reports, Facebook is planning to permanently change the name of the company as early as next week, according to inside sources with direct knowledge of Facebook practices.

Facebook founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, will reportedly formally discuss the company name change at Facebook’s annual Connect Conference on October 28th—although there is reportedly a strong possibility that the name could be changed before then. The name change is the first step in the company’s efforts to rebrand itself as being known for more than just social media, while highlighting that Facebook owns an enormous part of the social media landscape courtesy of Instagram, WhatsApp and more.

Apparently, Facebook’s new name is such a heavily-guarded secret, that even employees in senior positions at the company are not currently aware of what it will be. Tech experts have speculated that Facebook could potentially change its name to something involving Horizon—which is the name of an unreleased VR version of a Facebook and Roblox mash-up that has been in development for the last few years. ‘Horizon Worlds’ (the name of the VR app) is what insiders believe could be the top name choice.

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Meanwhile, Mark Zuckerberg reportedly wants to usher in Facebook to the new era of the metaverse, which he previously said is “going to be a big focus, and I think that this is just going to be a big part of the next chapter for the way that the internet evolves after the mobile internet.” In case you’re unfamiliar, a metaverse is a virtual world people escape to from a dystopian, real world.

Regardless of the timeline, it’s clear that Facebook as we know is definitely about to change.

 

 

 

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Adele’s ‘Easy On Me’ Becomes Spotify’s Most-Streamed Single In A Day

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Adele Says New Album “30” Is Coming On November 19

Adele is back and she has set a new Spotify record with her newly released single, Easy on Me, from her upcoming album, 30.

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After 18 hours on streaming services, Adele became the record holder for the most-streamed song with, Easy on Me, in a single day on Spotify.

Spotify tweeted, “And just like that, @Adele set a new record.” After a 24-hour period, Adele garnered “24 million global streams,” Rolling Stone reports.

This surpasses BTS, the group that held this record up until recently, with a little under 23 million streams.

Adele was being listened to continuously all over the world. Easy on Me was also the “most-streamed song in a day in the United Kingdom with over 3.2M streams,” according to Rolling Stone.

“Amazon Music also announced that “Easy on Me” received the most first-day global streams of any song in the history of that streaming service,” also according to Rolling Stone.

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Coming November 19th, Adele spoke a little about her album. She stated, “I’ve learned a lot of blistering home truths about myself along the way. I’ve shed many layers but also wrapped myself in new ones. Discovered genuinely useful and wholesome mentalities to lead with, and I feel like I’ve finally found my feeling again. I’d go as far as to say that I’ve never felt more peaceful in my life,” she said. “And so, I’m ready to finally put this album out,” she wrote of the album, the follow-up to 2015’s 25.

 

 

 

 

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Facebook Set To Ban All Content That Sexually Harasses Celebrities As Part Of Its New Harassment & Bullying Policies

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BREAKING: Facebook, Instagram And WhatsApp All Go Down In Major Outage

Just a week after a massive outage impacting Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp occurred, Facebook has just announced its plans to rollout a series of new policies—and first-up, is one tailor-made for celebrities.

According to reports, Facebook will now ban all content that sexually harasses celebrities, which is part of its latest policies to target harassment and bullying.

Facebook has made a major announcement regarding the removal of “severe sexualizing content” targeting celebrities. According to Facebook Global Head of Safety, Antigone Davis, the company will “remove any profiles, pages, groups, or events dedicated to sexualizing public figures, including celebrities, politicians, and content creators.” [Including banning] sexualized photoshopping and drawings along with any degrading content “in the process of bodily functions.”

Additionally, the company will also permanently remove “unwanted sexualized commentary and repetitive attacks harassing an individual sexually.” In a company-wide blog post, Davis explained the decision, saying “Public figures — whether they’re politicians, journalists, celebrities or creators — use Facebook and Instagram to engage directly with their followers.

We made these changes because attacks like these can weaponize a public figure’s appearance, which is unnecessary and often not related to the work these public figures represent.”

There’s more, as the popular social media platform will further ban attacks on Facebook users that pose a “heightened risk of offline harm,” regardless if the targeted posts and/or messages don’t violate Facebook’s policies.

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As we previously reported, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg reportedly lost $7 billion following the hours-long outage that impacted a large part of the Internet earlier this month.

 

 

 

 

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