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ROME (Reuters) - Rome is banning horse-drawn carriages popular with tourists from the city's streets, in a move aimed at protecting the animals after years of debate over their well-being, Mayor Virginia Raggi said on Wednesday.
VERBIER, Switzerland (Reuters) - Swiss ski resorts are ploughing ahead with preparations for the year-end holiday season despite pressure from neighbouring Italy, France and Germany to shut until the latest coronavirus wave passes.
NEW YORK, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- The New York City government on Tuesday called on older New Yorkers and people with underlying health problems to stay at home as possibly as they can, as the city's COVID-19 infection rate and overall hospitalizations kept rising.
BERLIN, Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- At least two people were killed and several injured when a car drove into the pedestrian zone in the western German city of Trier on Tuesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Five people including a nine-month-old baby were killed and up to 15 injured on Tuesday when a speeding car ploughed into a pedestrian area in the western German city of Trier in what authorities said appeared to be a deliberate act.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The subway system serving the U.S. capital region may be forced to make devastating cuts in 2021, including ending weekend services, closing 19 stations and shrinking weekday operations if Congress does not approve additional assistance.
(Reuters) - Abby Finkenauer, one of the youngest women in Congress, is among the contenders to become Democratic President-elect Joe Biden's Labor Secretary, according to three people familiar with the selection process.
HOUSTON, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- With the Thanksgiving holiday weekend over, U.S. Texas health officials on Monday urged everyone to get a COVID-19 test.