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  • Cold War warning sirens are sounding across France. Here’s why
    Paris (CNN) — It’s a typical Wednesday lunchtime in Paris, the streets buzzing with tourists, terraces packed with tables, when the wail of an air raid siren fills the air. Its groan tears across the city for nearly two minutes, reaching a crescendo above the midday traffic before dying away. It’s a strange occurrence. But what’s stranger still is that aside from a...
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  • The photographer documenting Australia’s abandoned places
    (CNN) — Brett Patman never set out to be a photographer. He began his working career as a tradesman, working inside some of Australia’s factories, power stations and other industrial sites. But photography had always been his side passion. “I bought my camera in 2011 and I didn’t know what to do,” Patman explains. “I was just starting out like taking photos...
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  • How To Drive In Wine Country: The Virginia Edition
    As a wine tourism destination, Tuscany is hard to beat. Whether you’re driving through the landscape, wandering the streets of Florence or Siena, or soaking in the region’s epic architecture and art, there are multitudes of sensory pleasures to complement your wine experience. Sometimes, though, a wine destination closer to home is the right fit at the right time. For wine...
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  • The dramatic cruise with an extraordinary art collection
    Viking Cruises and the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch – currently the subject of a major summer exhibition at the Courtauld Gallery in London – are shipmates of sorts. The Norwegian-owned cruise line owns the digital rights to Munch’s entire oeuvre, displays the largest private collection of his artworks outside Oslo on its ocean vessels – and on...
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  • Vermont ski resort to change ‘insensitive’ name
    (CNN) — A popular Vermont ski resort originally known as Suicide Six has announced that it will change its “insensitive” name in the weeks to come. “Our resort team embraces the increasing awareness surrounding mental health and shares the growing concerns about the insensitive nature of the historical name. The feelings that the word ‘suicide’ evokes can...
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  • $1 Curry Dinner!! Night Market STREET FOOD Tour! | Trang (ตรัง), Thailand
    Street Food Tour in Trang: https://youtu.be/dZ2RZEffqLQ Subscribe for NEW VIDEOS: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe TRANG, THAILAND (ตรัง) – Welcome to Trang in Southern Thailand! The city is just big enough to have plenty of things to do and lots of delicious food, but not too big to be overwhelming. Along with the day market, restaurants, and street food stalls, Trang is home to a...
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  • TIE-DYING WITH GRACE | LEARN WITH LOUIS
    WATCH THE VIDEO WE MADE ON GRACE’S CHANNEL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6OdYd-3rMI Subscribe to Grace’s channel http://www.youtube.com/user/graciehinabox?sub_confirmation=1 Follow Grace Tweets by gracehelbig http://instagram.com/gracehelbig https://www.facebook.com/theDailyGrace Thanks for Lucy for teaching us Tie-Dye...
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  • Duty-Free Retail Continues To Attract Highly Coveted Scotch Whiskies—And Set Records
    Earlier this month at Dubai International Airport (DXB), a full collection of The Macallan Six Pillars was sold to a private collector for a new record price of $816,748, the highest price ever paid at retail for the exclusive set. The sale took place at Le Clos, wholly owned by Maritime and Mercantile International (MMI), a subsidiary of Emirates Group. Le Clos is a luxury retailer of wine...
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  • China cuts quarantine time for international travelers in big step toward easing Covid controls
    For more than two years, overseas travelers have had to quarantine upon arrival in China because of Covid restrictions. Pictured here at Beijing International Airport on June 18, 2022, are passengers waiting to be taken to quarantine-designated destinations. Leo Ramirez | Afp | Getty Images BEIJING — China cut the quarantine period for international travelers on Tuesday, a big step...
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  • Dow Plunges Nearly 500 Points, Recession Fears Resume As Consumer Confidence Hits New Low
    Topline Stocks fell for a second day in a row on Tuesday as markets failed to build on last week’s strong rebound from 2022 lows, with investors once again selling off shares amid looming recession fears and new economic data showing that consumer confidence plunged to a 16-month low. Key Facts Stocks erased earlier gains and finished lower: The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell...
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