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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Tarek Chatt says he is one of only two Brussels policemen of Moroccan descent who grew up and is working in the same streets as the Islamist militants who attacked Paris and Brussels.
The digital age has unleashed a torrent of cardboard boxes bound for homes as shoppers have everything from diapers to dinner ingredients shipped to their doorsteps.
PARIS/LONDON (Reuters) - New rules banning many electronic items from passenger cabins on U.S.-bound flights will force a rethink now on fire safety concerns in consigning them to the hold, and some experts question whether the limited ban can improve passenger security.
Middle Eastern airlines faced new travel curbs after the US announced a bar on people carrying large electronic devices onto flights bound for the country, citing security concerns. Britain followed suit hours later.
Dong Ximiao was buying a meal at KFC in Hangzhou on a recent Sunday and pulled out his phone to pay, like everyone does in China, when the cashier asked: “Alipay or WeChat Pay?”
Uber Technologies Inc plans to outline diversity goals and publish the results of a sexual harassment investigation over the coming weeks, part of a commitment to fix its corporate culture.
KOTA KINABALU: A 72-year-old Japanese man who has been living on the streets here for two decades is set to return home on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON: The United States and Britain on Tuesday banned electronic gadgets bigger than handphones from the passenger compartment of flights from airports in several Middle Eastern and North African nations.
BEIJING: It all started with a photo of what seemed to be a live rabbit strung up on the back of a car.
LONDON/SINGAPORE: The US Justice Department has ordered top executives from several container shipping lines to testify in an antitrust investigation over practices by an industry that is the backbone of world trade, the companies said on Wednesday.