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Harvey Norman has now closed down its Twitter account after it copped backlash following controversial responses to social media users.
A Syrian Youtuber in Turkey shocked her 5.8 million followers when she made a farewell video signing off with a secret symbol created to signal domestic violence.
A man searching for a rental property in London has made a bewildering discovery in the kitchen of a flat he was inspecting.
Tourists appear undeterred by a sweeping second wave of infection that looks set to eclipse the UK's first wave.
Sophia Chang told her 543,000 Instagram followers it was time someone stood up for all those racially abused during the pandemic.
American Korean influencer Sophia Chang claims she was told to "go back to Wuhan" by a fellow diner at a popular restaurant.
A doctor has shared his experience of treating a COVID-19 patient who didn't believe the virus was real, all while trying to prevent them from dying from the virus.
Residents of a trendy New York neighbourhood have threatened to bombard joggers who do not wear masks during the coronavirus pandemic.
Professor Gigi Foster faced the wrath of not only social media but her fellow professionals for her bold claim on Q&A.
The heartbreaking video of nine-year-old Quaden Bayles has resonated with millions around the world.
As Australian states crack down on protesters storming animal farms, activist and Instagrammer Leah Doellinger says she is prepared to go to jail to defend the innocent.
A contestant from The Apprentice has suggested Australia could monetise the bodies of dead koalas.
A woman trying to do what she can to help in bushfire-ravaged NSW has been left disgusted by a low act amid the devastation.
Australian fire authorities are warning of the high fire and injury risk associated with a dangerous act featured in a viral TikTok video.
The Good Morning Britain host defended his behaviour, saying he wasn't mocking Chinese people.
After quitting her career as a scientist to pursue her dream of becoming an artist, Kayla Coombs' work is now known around the world.
The woman has hit back at trolls who suggested her posts were insensitive to those affected by the bushfires.