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Tourists are flocking to the one-of-a-kind Igloo Cafe in Indian-administered Kashmir, giving a ray of hope for the revival of tourism in the conflict-hit disputed region.
An iconic cafe and show venue that symbolises Japan’s “kawaii” pop culture, and is beloved by tourists and celebrities, has shut its doors in Tokyo, the capital, after business dried up following the Covid-19 pandemic.
As millions of elderly Floridians scramble to register for a limited but growing supply of Covid-19 vaccines in the United States, state officials are clamping down on so-called vaccine tourism by limiting doses to only the state’s part- and full-time residents.
Jackson is selling more than 1,000 of the costumes she wore on stage, on tour, on red carpets and in music videos over the past four decades.
Alex Rosenblat, an author and labour researcher, wrote for years about how Uber Technologies Inc obscures pay structures, surveils drivers and creates systems that facilitate discrimination against those workers. Now she works for Uber.
YouTube will introduce a short-form video feature called Shorts to the US in March, making its biggest move yet to respond to the growing challenge from TikTok.
(Reuters) - Criticism of Arsenal midfielder Willian after a few sub-par performances was not unfair but the Brazilian will soon return to top form, his manager Mikel Arteta said on Wednesday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Europe's top leagues, including the Premier League, want UEFA to think again about their proposed changes to the Champions League, amidst concerns over congestion from the 100 extra matches.
(Reuters) - The freak cold spell that has killed at least 21 Americans and shut down power for days in Texas has revived scientific discussion over whether climate change could be delivering this week's chill.
MADRID/BARCELONA (Reuters) - Police fired tear gas, rubber bullets, and sound bombs at two protests in Madrid and Barcelona on Wednesday, each attended by thousands, the day after a rapper was arrested on charges of glorifying terrorism and insulting royalty in his songs.