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U.K. Covid cases surge following Jubilee; BA.4, BA.5 become dominant

A total of 1,739,700 people tested positive for the virus in the week to June 18, new estimates from the U.K.'s Office for...

Following The Trails of Singapore’s Chinatown District

Singapore, a lush Southeast Asian city-state that is beloved by tourists, admired by foodies, and projected as the next prospective bubble for...

Afghan earthquake: At least 1,000 killed and 1,500 wounded

According to disaster management experts, the death toll from the earthquake that struck Afghanistan on Wednesday has reached 1,000, with more than...

Russia’s ruble hit strongest level in 7 years despite sanctions

Russian one ruble coin and Russian flag displayed on a screen are seen in this multiple exposure illustration photo taken in Krakow, Poland...

Gun Safety Bill On Track To Be Passed This Week

US lawmakers and aides are on pace for a final vote on a gun safety package this week after nine days of...

Russia warns Lithuania of backlash over trade blockade

After threatening retaliation in response to Lithuania's prohibition on the transportation of some commodities via its territory to the Russian Baltic Sea...

S&P 500 rebounds into the green as market attempts comeback from depths of the bear market

The S&P 500 rose Wednesday, continuing gains from the previous session as stocks attempted a comeback from the lows of the bear market....

Why Israel is calling its 5th election in 3 years

The dissolution of the legislature and the calling of fresh elections by Israel's coalition government on Monday opened the door for either...

People who catch liars ‘on the spot’ do these 5 things, say top psychologists

Humans have been trying to master lie detection for thousands of years — and failing miserably.In fact, polygraphs aren't reliable. With as little...

Here’s How You Can Land Affordable Flights During Inflation Cycle

Fares are soaring amid the cost and staffing crisis.  Video after video showing “chaotic scenes” at international airports. While some travellers are...

Travel demand unlikely to dissipate despite airport chaos

Emirates has said it doesn't see travel demand dissipating any time soon, even as the industry battles a string of challenges that have...

Cairo’s Grand Egyptian Museum opening sparks archeological tourism

It's only befitting that this ancient region, rich in antiques, would soon be home to the world's largest museum complex.

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American Airlines scheduling glitch allows pilots to drop thousands of July flights

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Memorial bike ride held in Vancouver for UBC cyclist student killed by dump truck – BC

A memorial bike ride was underway Sunday morning for a cyclist killed by a dump truck earlier this week. 28-year-old UBC PhD student Agustín...

Putin hits back, says G7 leaders would look “disgusting” shirtless

Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to Western leaders who had made fun of his athletic prowess by claiming that if they attempted...