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Canadian Ambassador to the U.S. Kirsten Hillman on Friday urged careful coordination between Canada and the U.S. following the announced extension of restrictions on nonessential travel between the two countries for another month. 

Canadian ambassador calls for close coordination in handling of US border | TheHill

As the world begins to travel again, Europe is sending migrants a loud message: Stay away!

In post-pandemic Europe, migrants will face digital fortress - Washington Times

The dedicated location is for passengers arriving in the UK from nations judged to be most at-risk.

Covid-19: Red list arrivals terminal opens at Heathrow Airport - BBC News

Ireland will adopt a COVID-19 certificate to help citizens move more freely across the European Union from July 19 and broadly apply the same approach to arrivals from the United States and Britain, Prime Minister Micheál Martin said on Friday.

Ireland adopts COVID passport to allow EU, UK and U.S. travel from July 19 | Reuters

A mountaintop cable car plunged to the ground in northern Italy on Sunday, killing at least nine people and sending two children to the hospital.

Italian cable car plunges to the ground, killing at least 9 | Fox News


The medieval walled town in Tossa de Mar, Catalonia, Spain

On Spain's Costa Brava, about 65 miles north of Barcelona, lies a perfectly preserved medieval town just beyond the enceinte (stone wall) you see curving up the hillside. While La Vila Vella (The Old Town) traces its origins to the 12th century, it still melds beautifully with the more modern, larger city of Tossa de Mar.

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On the 24th of May, 1988 a Boeing 737-300 from TACA airlines, flight 110 suffered a dual engine failure during the descend into New Orleans international airport in the United States. The engines flamed out due to heavy ingestion of rain and hail and the following approach and landing will go to the history books as one of the most dramatic ever in the history of aviation.
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Yesterday i had my usual attack of insatiable wanderlust. STILL most of the countries are out of reach or have rules for a two week quarantine.
I went to airbnb and was literally shocked how the prices on my fav island went downhill.
Here is an offer i am seriously considering for half a year, as soon as i am vaccinated.
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The Takeoff of World's Largest Aircraft That Will Blow Your Mind!

Japan's $100 Billion World's Fastest Train

A really nice and colorful video. Excellent quality.

There is no more daunting challenge for the human rights movement than trying to spare civilians from the litany of abuses associated with the raging conflicts of our time, those that are claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of people and causing millions to flee across international borders. Where there once was outrage and demands for action, complacency has set in. ...
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World Report 2019: Atrocities as the New Normal | Human Rights Watch

TOURISTS gather near an Icelandic volcano which has erupted for the first time in more than 6,000 years.Incredible pictures show Mount Fagradalsfjall

Iceland volcano tourists flock to first eruption in 6,000 years as lava spews 300ft into the air

Mexico announced restrictions Thursday on nonessential travel across its southern border with Guatemala and Belize “to prevent the spread of COVID-19.”

The Foreign Relations Department did not explain why the measure was announced now, more than a year after the start of the pandemic.

But the result could help the administration of U.S. President Joe Biden handle a wave of Central American migrants reaching the U.S. border and it came on the same day the U.S. confirmed it will send 2.5 million doses of the AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine to Mexico.
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Mexico Limiting Nonessential Travel on Its Southern Border

December 9, 2020 High tide floods Venice as dike-on-demand wasn’t activated

All the water's gon-dola again! Venice's famous canals dry up for the second time in three years due to SNOW MOON and lack of rain
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Venetians are NEVER happy

A snorkeler off the Florida Keys found 25 bricks of cocaine on Wednesday, authorities said.

Snowing on Florida beaches

Florida snorkeler finds $1.5 million worth of cocaine | Fox News

It is the first time Elon Musk's space exploration company has pulled off this difficult landing.

SpaceX: Starship lands safely... then explodes - BBC News

If you’re interested in Japan, here’s a 40 minute walk around Tokyo
I know it’s not news but I find the country fascinating.
37 million people too !

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