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Small autonomous shuttles could soon appear on the famous canals of Amsterdam. Tests are currently underway to optimise their operation and find new uses for them, in addition to transporting people or goods.
ST ANDREW, Jamaica (Reuters) - At a Rastafari farming community high up in the hills above Jamaica's capital, dreadlocked locals gather at the temple to worship and celebrate with Bible readings and traditional drumming and chanting. No COVID-19 protocols are in place.
LONDON (Reuters) - It may rain, umbrellas being as much a feature of the English summer as striped jackets and strawberries and cream, but the return of Wimbledon will put a spring in the step of tennis fans whatever the weather.
The flood of claims began after journalist Sarah Kellapatha tweeted last week that a male colleague had threatened to rape her while working at an unnamed newspaper..
LAS VEGAS: Genting Group opens its newest resort today, a US$4.3bil (RM17.9bil) extravaganza in Las Vegas and the biggest new property on the city’s famous Strip in over a decade
Cashless forms of payments are making inroads even in the country famous for its 1,000-franc (RM4,532) banknote.
LAS VEGAS: Genting Group opens its newest resort on Thursday, a $4.3 billion extravaganza in Las Vegas and the biggest new property on the city’s famous Strip in over a decade.
A few days before its participation in the famous Pikes Peak hill climb race in the United States, Bentley has presented a brand new race car steering wheel that can also be used as a video game accessory.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's GCHQ spy agency has installed a giant multicoloured artwork to celebrate codebreaker and mathemetician Alan Turing, who helped turn the tide of World War Two against Nazi Germany but was persecuted for being gay.