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Taylor Swift’s social media accounts and websites were wiped clean on Friday morning, ­leaving fans in a frenzy and wondering whether the 27-year-old star had been hacked, or is on the verge of dropping a new album.

The “Blank Space” singer — or someone with access to her account — appears to have unfollowed all her followers online, deleted all posts on her Instagram and Tumblr pages, and stripped all content from her website.

Her avatar photo was removed from all her social sites as well — including her Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter pages, where a few of Swift’s posts remained as of early afternoon.

So is Swift erasing history — on the three year anniversary of announcing her 1989 album and dropping “Shake It Off,” no less?

Or is the Grammy winner just prepping for new music?

As speculation continues, Swift appears to be focusing on the positive in the wake of her court victory in her case against former radio host David Mueller — who was found guilty of assault and battery against Swift for groping her during a meet-and-greet photo session in June 2013.
Canada is facing an "unprecedented" number of asylum seekers, who have crossed the border from the United States, officials said.

"We've never seen those numbers," said Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) spokesman Claude Castonguay adding : "Even though our officers are patrolling 24 hours a day all year long, we've never seen such numbers coming in."

RCMP intercepted almost 7,000 asylums seekers in the last six weeks in Quebec.

Officials stressed that the influx can be handled and at no time has the security of the country been compromised, but they cautioned that while Canada remains an open, welcoming country, crossing into it is not "a ticket for permanent residence."

"Coming to Canada, asking for asylum in Canada is not a guarantee for permanent residence in Canada," said Louis Dumas, spokesman for the immigration ministry in a Thursday press conference.

The number of people intercepted in Quebec has soared in recent months from 781 in June and 2,996 in July to 3,800 as of August 15, according to RCMP, with about 80 to 85% of the asylum seekers beeing of Haitian descent.
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