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Since he was recognised as a reincarnated lama, Jalue Dorie has spent much of his life training to become a monk, memorising sacred scriptures – often rewarded by his dad with Pokémon cards – practicing calligraphy and learning the teachings of Buddha.
AS Covid-19 cases surge in the country, some Buddhist monks are donning personal protective equipment (PPE) over their distinctive robes, delivering oxygen cylinders, taking nasal samples to help with testing and even helping to carry the dead to the crematoriums.
As Covid-19 cases surge in Thailand, some Buddhist monks are donning PPE over their distinctive robes, delivering oxygen cylinders, taking nasal samples to help with testing, and even helping carry the dead to the crematoriums.
JAMARAT, Saudi Arabia (Reuters) - Restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19 during the Muslim haj in Saudi Arabia have also reduced the risk of the deadly crowd crushes that have marred the pilgrimage's symbolic stoning of the devil in past years, worshippers said on Tuesday.
Photographer Diango Cisse's postcards are considered an important historical record in Mali
LONDON (Reuters) - A new exhibition opening in Windsor Castle on Thursday commemorates the life and legacy of Britain's Prince Philip, including many fabulous items gifted him over decades of official duties and overseas visits.
The three-story shop in Lower Manhattan hosts the largest collection of Harry Potter products anywhere
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LONDON (Reuters) -Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised on Tuesday to "level up" Britain by tackling inequality and driving an economic recovery from the pandemic with a raft of laws presented to parliament by Queen Elizabeth.
Thailand: Another daily 1,911 Covid-19 cases reported on Thursday (May 6) for 76,811-total; funeral services shortened due to Covid-19 deaths
Thailand registered 1,911 new COVID-19 cases and 18 deaths over the last 24 hours, the country's Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) said Thursday.