World’s Most Expensive Coffee $149 a cup in Dubai

World's Most Expensive Coffee $149 a cup in Dubai | ipak news

Now you can enjoy World’s Most Expensive Coffee $149 a cup in Dubai of United Arab Emirates. Cost of this delicious coffee is just $149. The newly introduced the most expensive coffee in the world it is called Panama Hacienda La Esmeralda Canas Verdes there are only 45.5 kilograms of the record-breaking coffee in the world. ‘Geisha’ variety was sold at the ...

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Twitter suspends 300,000 accounts tied to terrorism

Twitter suspends 300,000 accounts tied to terrorism | ipak news

TWITTER Inc., under pressure from government officials around the world to combat online extremism, said that improving automation tools are helping to block accounts that promote terrorism and violence against peace and prosperity in the world. In the first half of the year, Twitter said it suspended nearly 300,000 accounts globally linked to terrorism. Of those, roughly 95 percent were ...

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google hounered begum noor jahan in her 92 birthday day

Google honors begum Noor Jahan in her 92 birthday day | ipak news

Today would have marked the 91st birthday of Madam Noorjehan, and dedicated a doodle for their homepage in her honor. Noor Jehan was born Allah Rakhi Wasai on September 21, 1925, in the small city of Punjab Kasur she was known as the limelight for her acting and singing capabilities. and also known as “Malika-e-Taranum” (Queen of Melody) across the world. Her voice and unique ...

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Facebook hit with €1.2m fine in Spain for breaking privacy laws

privacy law breaking plenty on Facebook in Spain | ipak news

facebook has been hit with a €1.2m (£1.1m) fine in Spain after the country’s data watchdog found it broke privacy laws. The social network breached laws designed to protect citizens’ information and privacy on three occasions, according to the Spanish authorities. The regulator found Facebook had failed to inform users how their data would be used as it hoovered up the details of millions ...

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