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KUNMING: After scanning a health QR code to register her personal information, Zeng Qingliang and her husband had their temperatures taken and hands disinfected before entering the Chongsheng Temple and Three Pagodas scenic area in the city of Dali, southwest Yunnan province.
Mentougou (China): Gutted factories, rusting pickaxes and crumbling homes that will soon be abandoned dot the scarred hills in Mentougou – home to Beijing’s last coal mine slated to close this year as the city battles choking smog.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Pillars of fire and smoke from bushfires are tarnishing Australia's reputation for pristine vistas abounding in wildlife and wreaking havoc on tourism, operators say, as authorities are forced to cancel concerts, close parks and evacuate towns.
Governments around the world are pressing Uber Technologies Inc. to give employment benefits to its army of gig drivers. Uber, meanwhile, is pursuing a different tactic: applying its gig economy model to all kinds of work.
LES TROIS-MOUTIERS, France (Reuters) - For most of the year, Willy Nanlohij, a 62-year-old retired bank worker, lives with his wife Hilda in a comfortable yet unremarkable home in the Dutch city of Enschede.
Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) will be the first local authority in the state to implement guidelines on homestays from Jan 1 next year.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. (Reuters) - At a retirement community in central Florida, elderly residents waited for a bus on Monday to take them to a shelter as one of the most monstrous Atlantic hurricanes on record crawled toward the state.
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Brazilian iron ore miner Vale said on Tuesday that it had conducted two planned explosions near its upstream tailings dam whose collapse killed nearly 250 people in January, but only after the dam burst.
A first-time mum does not understand why her mother does not wish to take care of her young son.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian iron ore miner Vale SA told prosecutors in the state of Minas Gerais that a dam is at risk of rupturing at its Gongo Soco mine, about 40 miles from where its Brumadinho dam collapsed, killing more than 230 people.