When heartbreak meets Zoom: Confinement leads to new phenomenon of zumping
15 April 2020 | 2:58 pm
We look at coverage of the first anniversary of the Notre-Dame Cathedral fire, while a gloomy IMF report warns of a future world recession and Donald Trump suspends US funding to the World Health Organization. Finally, there's a new term for a relatively new phenomenon caused by confinement - zumping, the act of being dumped via the videoconferencing app Zoom!
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