Riverside restaurant makes waves in Thailand as flood dining

Riverside restaurant makes waves in Thailand as flood dining

Thailand | 9th October 2021 Titiporn Jutimanon, the proprietor of a Riverside restaurant in Bangkok, was concerned that flooding in Thailand would put an end to a business that was already failing because to the epidemic. However, the rising Chao Phraya river tide brought with it an unexpected chance this week. Rather of closing due …

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Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer to resign from military

Biden asks Kellyanne Conway, Sean Spicer to resign from military academy board

Washington | Thu, September 9, 2021 The White House announced on Wednesday that it had requested 18 Trump administration appointees to resign from military college boards, stating that such officials must be “aligned with the ideals of this administration,” according to President Joe Biden. The 18 – six from each of the Air Force Academy, …

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China calls on US to support new Afghan political structure

China calls on US to support new Afghan “political structure”

Beijing, China | Mon, August 30, 2021 According to state-run media, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi told US Secretary of State Antony Blinken that Washington should assist the new “political structure” in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan in maintaining normal government operations. According to the official Xinhua News Agency, Wang also remarked during his phone call with Blinken …

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Australia's capital Canberra to enter virus lockdown

Australia’s capital Canberra to enter virus lockdown

Canberra, Australia | Thu, August 12, 2021 Canberra, Australia’s capital, was placed on lockdown for seven days on Thursday after a single Covid-19 case was discovered in the city, which had previously escaped virus restrictions. Around 400,000 people in the nation’s political capital will be ordered to stay at home starting at 5:00 p.m. local …

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China mass testing shows virus cases at six-month high

China mass testing shows virus cases at six-month high

Beijing, China | Wed, August 4, 2021 China recorded the greatest daily number of local coronavirus cases in months on Wednesday, as a trail of Delta variant infections was discovered through mass testing and contact tracing activities. On Wednesday, health officials recorded 71 domestic cases, the most since January, as China tackles its worst outbreak …

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Nearly 100 people missing as oceanfront Miami-area building collapses

Nearly 100 people missing as oceanfront Miami-area building collapses

Miami, United States ● Fri, June 25, 2021 On Thursday, rescue personnel combed through tons of wreckage in search of survivors after a portion of an oceanfront apartment complex collapsed overnight near Miami, leaving at least one person dead and about 100 people missing. Hours after a big chunk of the Champlain Towers South condominium …

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Malaysia decides against lockdown despite surge in COVID-19 cases

Malaysia decides against lockdown despite surge in COVID-19 cases

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | mon, May 24, 2021 Despite daily COVID-19 cases reaching over 6,000 this week, Malaysia decided against a nationwide lockdown on Saturday. Other steps will be introduced, including reduced business hours and requiring millions of people to work from home, according to Defense Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob, who coordinates the implementation of …

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CEO Hiroshi Mikitani said Olympics this summer will be a "suicide mission.

Japan e-commerce CEO calls Olympics ‘suicide mission’

Tokyo, Japan | Sat, May 15, 2021 Although the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage around the world, the head of Japan’s e-commerce giant Rakuten has cautioned that holding the Tokyo Olympics this summer will be a “suicide mission.” In an interview with CNN, CEO Hiroshi Mikitani said, “It’s risky to host the major international event …

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foreign minister issues expletive-laced

Philippines Foreign Minister sends an expletive-laced tweet over the China Sea Dispute

Manila, Philippines | Mon, May 3, 2021 | 8.57 pm The Philippine foreign minister on Monday requested in an expletive-laced message on Twitter that China’s vessels get out of disputed waters, marking the latest exchange in a war of words with Beijing over its activities in the South China Sea. The comments by Teodoro Locsin, …

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