Bajans Mourn Death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II

Bajans Mourn Death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II

Barbados celebrated the birth of a republic on Friday and the death of the Queen. Nearly 30,000 people joined in a minute’s silence just before 8am local time (11am ET) to honour Her Majesty,…

A hands-on way to experience Hong Kong’s ecosystem

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A hands-on way to experience Hong Kong’s ecosystem

“This swim event is a really empowering, fun, community thing that we have been doing, so this is a way to continue that,” Mr. Pongshida said. “The big purpose is to highlight how critical…

Spectators take snapshots of animals and art at Hermitage

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Spectators take snapshots of animals and art at Hermitage

Animals crackled with excitement and curiosity as they tossed in their heads what could have been a piece of art. Hermitage President Dmitry Rybolovlev, English curator Sarah Wilson and local curator Yulia Vysotskaya pulled…

19 dead after explosion in Sicilian tourist resort

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19 dead after explosion in Sicilian tourist resort

What was left of a six-story building in Collecfano, Sicily, collapsed and burned Wednesday morning as firefighters battled to save the life of a trapped resident from another damaged building. Three people were confirmed…

Prime Minister, four others in trouble for Pina Colada photo

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Prime Minister, four others in trouble for Pina Colada photo

Written by Staff Writer On Friday, a photo of Finland’s Prime Minister, Juha Sipila, and three other politicians engaging in compromising behaviour surfaced. The photo showed Sipila looking “off color” and wearing a flashy…

Elon Musk is no stranger to standing up to Trump

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Elon Musk is no stranger to standing up to Trump

The White House ought to take a page from Elon Musk. Musk is Musk, the billionaire who’s designed an electric vehicle and flown rockets into space that have been used to blast tourists to…

London Broncos: Jim Doyle column

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London Broncos: Jim Doyle column

Evidently London Broncos are in need of more Michelin men and somehow most of England can’t be bothered to play rugby league. Or maybe just all the other problems have subsided. With only one…