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Ministers favor 4 am closing for Ireland's pubs, nightclubs

DUBLIN, Ireland: Ireland's bars and nightclubs will be allowed to operate into the early morning under new regulations being proposed ...


Germany says Covid measures to return at hospitals, nursing homes

BERLIN, Germany: The German government's basic COVID-19 restrictions would return this fall and winter, when experts expect cases to rise ...


Report says England, France suffered driest July in decades

LONDON, England: During the record-breaking heatwave that swept Europe, England and France recorded their driest July since 1935 and 1959, ...


Netherlands begins emergency management of water supplies

AMSTERDAM, Netherlands: Due to the hot, dry summer affecting most of Europe, the Dutch government has declared a national water ...


Iceland airport could see flights diverted due to volcano eruption

REYKJAVIK, Iceland: Iceland's Meteorological Office has said that only eight months after its last eruption ended, the Fagradalsfjall volcano in ...


With economic downturn, Siemens Gamesa might cut 2,500 jobs

HAMBURG, Germany: Wind turbine-maker Siemens Gamesa is considering cutting some 2,500 jobs, or about 9 percent of its total workforce.The ...


As Russian gas dwindles, Germany to continue using nuclear power

BERLIN: Germany: A debate is raging in Germany over whether it should decommission its three remaining nuclear power plants as ...


Seeking pay raise, Lufthansa pilots take step towards strike

BERLIN, Germany: A German union said this week that pilots in Germany working for Lufthansa have voted in favor of ...


UN chief slams 'suicidal attacks on nuclear plant

Moscow accused Kiev of shelling Europe's largest nuclear power plant on FridayUN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has voiced concerns over ...


Western sanctions are good for Moscow economist

A former Wall Street analyst says the Russian economy is being made self-sufficientThe economic war unleashed by the West against ...


UK Museum Agrees to Return Looted Benin Bronzes to Nigeria

London - A London museum agreed Sunday to return a collection of Benin Bronzes looted in the late 19th century ...


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Critical of media, Solomon Islands weighs taking over broadcaster

SOLOMON ISLANDS: In a move that opponents said is aimed at controlling and censoring the media, the government of the ...

Accidental airbag explosion blamed for 20th US deaths

WASHINGTON D.C.: In July, a Florida man was killed by exploding Takata airbag inflators, possibly becoming the 20th death in ...

After series of assassinations, Israel says it has eliminated all IJ leaders

Israel has launched an unprovoked war against the Palestinian resistance group Islamic Jihad. The Israeli army assassinated a high-ranking commander ...

American drone that killed Al Zawahiri in Kabul possibly launched from Kyrgyzstan

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan - Pakistan categorically denied on Thursday that a U.S. drone strike in Kabul that killed al-Qaeda chief Ayman ...

Indonesia workers strike when ticket price jumps to see Komodo dragons

EAST NUSA TENGGARA, Indonesia: Hundreds of Indonesian tourism workers went on strike this week to protest a sharp rise in ...

Treasure found in 350-year-old Spanish shipwreck off Bahamas

NASSAU, Bahamas: A team of explorers have announced that they have uncovered a treasure, including coins, gemstones and priceless jewels, ...

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Strong Ireland economy reflected in low 4.2% unemployment

DUBLIN, Ireland: Ireland's unemployment rate, reported at 4.2 percent, has reached its lowest rate in 21 years.This follows the Covid ...

Poland to get tough with EU top official

Warsaw will square up to EU leadership in a row over funding, a ruling party politician saidA senior official in ...

Calls to ban Russians from West are Nazi-like Kremlin

Banning Russian tourists from the bloc is 1940s thinking, Moscow claimsProposals to stop issuing European Union tourist visas to Russian ...

Manufacturing industry most advanced in cloud adoption: Wipro report

Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], August 9 (ANI): The manufacturing industry is leading all other industries in cloud adoption, with 32 per ...

Who Is Daria Aslamova, The Russian Journalist Expelled From Kosovo?

PRISTINA -- Daria Aslamova and her employer, the pro-Kremlin tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda, claim the 52-year-old reporter was hoping to travel ...

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Bangladesh to send 600,000800,000 migrant workers to Malaysia in six moths

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - After almost four years, the Bangladesh High Commission in Malaysia on Tuesday welcomed the first group ...


U.S. stocks on the defensive, Nasdaq slips 151 points

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks fell Tuesday, with broad-based losses across the board. The technology sector, however, wore ...


Survey of economists says 2022 Turkey deficit could grow to $40.2 bln

ISTANBUL, Turkey: Turkey's current accounts are expected to record a deficit of $3.4 billion in June and end the year ...


Japan's Nikkei 225 drops 249 points as Asian stocks flounder

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in Asia were mixed Tuesday while in the Pacific, markets rose. The scene mirrored events ...


Bangladesh cuts fuel subsidies, raises fuel prices by 50 percent

DHAKA, Bangladesh: Bangladesh raised fuel prices by some 50 percent this week, which is aimed at reducing the country's subsidy ...


U.S. stocks start week on mixed note, Nasdaq Composite loses 13 points

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks closed mixed on Monday as investors fret about CPI data due to be ...


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Expectations were high for this top of the line Hyatt product in "The Big Easy". The taxi rolled up to the rear of the ...