The Daily Populous

Friday May 1st, 2020 morning edition

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A woman has plunged 115ft to her death after falling from a cliff in Turkey while posing for a photo.

Olesya Suspitsyna, originally from Kazakhstan, fell from popular tourist destination Duden Park in Antalya after going for a walk to celebrate the lifting of lockdown measures.

Olesya, 31, who was with a friend, reportedly climbed over a safety barrier to take a picture with a waterfall in the background.

Her friend called the emergency services after Olesya slipped on the grass and fell from the cliff.

Oleysa's relatives told Kazakh media: “Olesya was a smart and cheerful person.

She had been working in Turkey as a tour guide for the past five years.

One wrote: “Olesya always loved the sea and dreamed of living in Turkey. »

Coronavirus: WHO 'not invited' to join China's COVID-19 investigations

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China has refused repeated requests by the World Health Organisation to take part in investigations into the origins of COVID-19, the WHO representative in China has told Sky News.

"The origins of virus are very important, the animal-human interface is extremely important and needs to be studied.

Asked by Sky News whether there was a good reason not to include the WHO, Dr Galea replied: "From our point of view, no.". »

Matt Groening Reveals the Location of the Real Springfield

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While I was waiting—I believe they kept me waiting for over an hour—I very quickly drew the Simpsons family.

I had this idea of an angry father yelling “Bart,” and Bart sounds kind of like bark—like a barking dog.

So the idea of dramatizing the family—Lisa, Maggie, Matt—I think was the inspiration for doing something kind of autobiographical with “The Simpsons.” »

Trying to give another BART rider Corona : ActualPublicFreakouts

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___ A subreddit dedicated to people freaking out, melting down, or losing their cool.

Please remember being weird in public does not inherently merit a freakout.

Keep the comments respectful where mental disorders are concerned, and remember that the individuals depicted in these videos are real people too. »

Thunberg donates $100,000 to support children during pandemic

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Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg has donated a $100,000 prize she won from a Danish foundation to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) for use against the COVID-19 pandemic, the world body said Thursday.

"Like the climate crisis, the coronavirus pandemic is a child rights crisis," Thunberg, 17, was quoted as saying in the UNICEF statement.

"It will affect all children, now and in the long term, but vulnerable groups will be impacted the most," she added. »