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Malaysians are feeling the blues amid the travel restrictions that have been implemented worldwide, a new survey revealed. Interestingly, some admitted that they were keen to skip family gatherings and potential nosy questions from their relatives.
Church-run homes in Ireland have been subject to intense public scrutiny since historian Catherine Corless in 2014 tracked down death certificates for nearly 800 children who died at the former Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home in Tuam, County Galway in western Ireland.
The company is facing backlash for its brightly hued,"modern makeover" of mahjong, the centuries-old Chinese tile game.
Hugely popular with international visitors, the city has seen most of its hotels close as the pandemic has kept tourists away, and the few that remain open have had to repurpose themselves to stay afloat.
Affected by the pandemic, some cinemas in Germany are now delivering popcorn to people's homes as a community service, in the hopes that fans will return once cinemas are able to open again.
Most of the nation’s current fighter jets were designed around male pilot body measurements from Army, Navy and Air Force studies completed in the late 1960s or early 1970s. When women tried to operate them, many were too short to see over the aircraft’s nose.
Ron Burkle views the property as a land banking opportunity.
In this day and age, why are we still teaching our children that girls help their mothers in the kitchen while boys play football outside in the park?
Diana is coming out of her comfort zone and returning to her first love - singing.
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