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Dating apps see surge in users amid pandemic | Money Talks

As couples around the world celebrate Valentine's Day this weekend, singles are crossing fingers that they'll find love. According to a recent survey conducted by dating app Plenty of Fish, 57- percent of singles are hopeful they'll find "the One" this year. Despite limitations to in-person interactions, the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a surge in user engagement on dating apps, which have adapted to the changing circumstances. Albert Han takes a closer look at the business of love during the pandemic, and the outlook for the dating app industry. #Pandemic #DatingApps #SocialMedia

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

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Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Lebanese charities aid families as food prices surge 400% | Money Talks

Lebanese charities aid families as food prices surge 400% | Money Talks

WEF: 600% rise needed in clean energy investments by 2050 | Money Talks

WEF: 600% rise needed in clean energy investments by 2050 | Money Talks

Netflix shares fall after disappointing Q1 results | Money Talks

Netflix shares fall after disappointing Q1 results | Money Talks

Activists cheer Chauvin conviction but inequality persists | Money Talks

Activists cheer Chauvin conviction but inequality persists | Money Talks

German butcher sees surge in demand for organic halal meat | Money Talks

German butcher sees surge in demand for organic halal meat | Money Talks

Shanghai Auto Show showcases latest electric and smart cars | Money Talks

Shanghai Auto Show showcases latest electric and smart cars | Money Talks

European Super League could be stopped before first whistle | Money Talk

European Super League could be stopped before first whistle | Money Talk

Australia, New Zealand launch quarantine-free travel bubble | Money Talks

Australia, New Zealand launch quarantine-free travel bubble | Money Talks

Scientists in UK launch trial to study COVID-19 reinfection | Money Talks

Scientists in UK launch trial to study COVID-19 reinfection | Money Talks

Cubans hope for easing of US sanctions as Castro era ends | Money Talks

Cubans hope for easing of US sanctions as Castro era ends | Money Talks

Europe's richest football clubs form $4.2B breakaway group  | Money Talks

Europe's richest football clubs form $4.2B breakaway group | Money Talks

China's economy grows by a record 18.3% in the first quarter | Money Talks

China's economy grows by a record 18.3% in the first quarter | Money Talks

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