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'He’s Got A Point, It’s Just That His Point Sucks' – Artists React to Spotify CEO Saying They Need to Work Harder
The streaming platform pays artists approximately $0.00437 per stream, while Daniel Ek’s personal wealth is thought to be $4 billion.
“I found my house completely destroyed. The windows and doors were all broken.”
“This country is so hostile for people who rent, yet they love people who rent because it keeps everyone else nice and wealthy.”
Migrants and aid workers in Greece’s Moria migrant camp say residents are living in fear after the second fatal stabbing in recent weeks.
Social workers, housing support staff and children's services workers in the east London borough of Tower Hamlets will receive cuts to travel allowances and severance pay.
The victim testified that her teacher took her to a wooded area, tied her up and raped her.
Egypt is finally facing its sexual violence problem after an Instagram account drew scores of women publicizing their encounters with a young man from an elite family.
Influencers Haneen Hossam and Mowada al-Adham were sentenced to two years in prison for inciting "immorality" on the social media platform.
Fourteen demonstrators were killed as thousands of young people took to the streets demanding the resignation of President Keita following accusations of election fraud.
‘We Don’t Usually Have Light When the Classes Are On’ – How Coronavirus Made Nigeria's Education Gap Worse
Forty-seven percent of Nigerians do not have access to grid electricity.
The pandemic and low oil prices have left Arab leaders cash-strapped and facing unrest.
The Italian policemen are also accused of helping local gangs break lockdown.