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PARIS (Reuters) - Two French citizens described to a court in Paris on Thursday how they used their bare hands to disarm and immobilise an Islamist gunman in an attack on a high-speed train in France in 2015.
Hong Kong cosmetics influencer and baby son targeted in terrifying home invasion, as thieves bag HK$3.6 million in valuables
Daring daylight robbery took place just metres from Cheung Sha Wan Police StationLuxury handbags, watches, and electronic goods among items taken
From popular kid and nice-guy maths whizz to wife killer: the downfall of Hong Kong professor Cheung Kie-chung
HONG KONG, Nov 28 (SCMP): Friends of former HKU scholar could not believe their ears when they heard about the killing, and rallied behind himSchoolmate says Cheung was a ‘people pleaser’ and did not know how to say no to others
Golf is a leisure activity enjoyed all around the world by people of all ages. In Malaysia, golf is a big part of leisure tourism, and is known as one of the top golf destinations in South-East Asia.
"We wrapped them in so much stuff, and since they were long and heavy, we got stopped at the airport.”
NEW YORK/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As health officials from rural areas prepare to vaccinate people scattered over thousands of miles in what could be the most complex such campaign in U.S. history, they face the additional challenge of finding enough dry ice to keep a Pfizer vaccine that must be stored at sub Arctic temperatures from spoiling.
A drone has been converted into a flying flamethrower in central China in a fiery campaign to eradicate more than 100 wasp nests.
Certain Covid-19 vaccines require deep freeze temperatures, resulting in the need for special transportation equipment and facilities.
Hugely popular with international visitors, the city has seen most of its hotels close as the pandemic has kept tourists away, and the few that remain open have had to repurpose themselves to stay afloat.
PARIS: A top executive at Louis Vuitton and one of Bernard Arnault’s sons are set to take over management of Tiffany & Co after the biggest acquisition in the luxury industry by LVMH.