A lot has happened this week around the globe in the field of politics, warfare, films, sports, and technology. Some new laws are made, businesses are booming around the globe, and the celebrities are again topping the charts with their performances.
The world is changing every second, every minute, every hour, every day. We need to keep ourself updated to catch up with the ever evolving world. Living in a digital world adds more responsibilities on media to provide information to people.
For those of you who have missed major events, WittyFeed brings a recap of what all happened this week.
In Australia, Queensland Senator Larissa Waters made history by breastfeeding her baby in the parliament. After that, North Korea accused the US and South Korean agencies of making a plan to kill their supreme leader Kim Jong-un. Later this week, we shared the reasons why Brigitte Macron is the unique first lady of France.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword featuring Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law, and David Beckham was released, check out what critics said about the movie.
MTV Movie and TV Awards was held on May 7, check out how stars were dressed at the red carpet of the event. The international pop icon, Justin Bieber, came to India with his 'Purpose World Tour' and finally displayed the most-awaited performance in Mumbai.
'Shape of You' singer, Ed Sheeran recently added more dates to his Asia Tour. He will be performing in India as well as many other countries, check out the list here. Later this week, news came that Angelina Jolie is moving in the neighbourhood of Brad Pitt and they are giving a second thought to their divorce.
Lionel Messi lookalike in Iran got arrested because people mistook him for Messi and rushed towards him for clicking pictures. After that, Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho hinted that he might be moving to another team in the next season.
Evan Blass confirmed the specs and the look of OnePlus 5. The specs sheet was leaked on a shopping website, check it out here. After that, a large-scale cyber attack was performed on approximately 75,000 computer devices of around 100 countries on May 12, 2017.
That's all, folks!