China bans celebrities from showing off wealth and ‘extravagant pleasure’ on social media, saying pop stars must comply with ‘core socialist values’

Celebrities in China can no longer post “unethical” content, the country said Tuesday. This includes content that “shows off wealth” and “extravagant pleasure,” the notice said. The move is part of the Chinese government’s crackdown on the entertainment industry and fandom. Loading Something is loading. We are so sorry! We bumped into a system failure…

Many migrants heading for UK die after boat sinks

By Alex TherrienBBC NewsMedia caption, Speaking from Downing Street, PM Boris Johnson ‘shocked and saddened’ at migrant deathsThirty-one people headed for the UK have drowned in the English Channel near Calais after their boat sank. The International Organization for Migration said it was the biggest single loss of life in the Channel since it began…

‘I didn’t realise how bad it was’

The chilling reality is that Raul Jimenez could have died on a football pitch. On 29 November 2020 in a match against Arsenal, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ talismanic Mexico striker suffered a sickening head injury that left him unconscious. In the minutes that followed, his team-mates, manager and family watched on, worrying whether he was still alive.…