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The county mayor uses his visit to the United States to promote County Cork as a tourist destination

County Cork Mayor Cllr Gillian Coughlan led a business and tourism delegation to the United States to promote County Cork as a tourist destination and place of business. Cllr Gillian Coughlan and a County Cork business delegation visited the city of Chicago in Cook County, Illinois, where they participated in …

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Vietnamese travel agencies see strong recovery in outbound tourism

Representatives of several tour operators said the number of Vietnamese tourists booking trips to Asia, the Middle East and Europe in March increased two to three times from last month. Leading tour operator Vietravel said the company will take four tour groups to Dubai, three to Thailand, one to the …

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Outdoors Notebook: Henry from Lake of the Woods Tourism Honored, Red River Fishing Tournaments, and More -Grand Forks Herald

Explore Minnesota honors Lake of the Woods’ Henry, others ST. PAUL — Northwestern Minnesota tourism developers and attractions were well represented among honorees at the Explore Minnesota Tourism 2022 conference for their contributions to the state’s travel industry. Joe Henry, Executive Director of Lake of the Woods Tourism, was named …

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All eyes on the Black Sea after war-stricken Ukraine asks Turkey to seal straits to block Russian warships

The Black Sea is suddenly in the spotlight for its importance in the geopolitical and geoeconomic landscape as the Russian invasion of Ukraine continues. The Great Inland Sea has great strategic and economic value for the six riparian countries – Russia to the northeast, Ukraine to the north, Georgia to …

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Martha McCabe Obituary (1942 – 2022) – Portland, CT

Martha was born in Hartford on October 7, 1942 to Mary Louise Wilkins McClure and Arnold McClure. His mother later married E. Curtis Ambler and resided in Newington. She spent the first 12 years of her life in Portland in a house built by her great-grandfather. She and her parents …

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CDC adds Malaysia to Tier 4, its highest-risk travel category

Editor’s note — Sign up for Unlocking the World, CNN Travel‘s weekly newsletter. Get news on when destinations open and close, inspiration for future adventures, plus the latest in aviation, food and drink, where to stay and other travel developments. (CNN) — On Tuesday, the US Centers for Disease Control …

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Western sanctions against Russia to delay underlying problems: Turkey

Western sanctions against Russia over the crisis in eastern Ukraine would only delay the underlying problems, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın said. Sanctions against Russia are useless, Kalın told German newspaper Welt in an interview published on Sunday, adding that it would be better to listen and understand the other …

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New international travel rules: passengers from these countries can download a vaccination certificate | Latest India News

Passengers from these countries can either upload a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR report, with the test performed within 72 hours of travel, or upload their vaccination certificate. The Center has revised its advisory to international passengers as the Covid-19 situation in the country eases, allowing some international travelers from selected countries …

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The fall of Facebook hits the markets | FinancialTimes

This is an audio transcription of the FT press briefing podcast episode: The fall of Facebook hits the markets Marc FilipinoHello from the Financial Times. Today is Friday, February 4. And this is your FT News briefing. [MUSIC PLAYING] Amazon has increased the price of a Prime subscription. Customers may …

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Is Saudi Arabia entering a ‘big shakeup’?

On January 23, the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) published “Is Star Trek’s Dream of a World Without Money Utopian or Dystopian?” », an article which does not serve well the cause of Liberty. Of course, the article is not written in bad faith. But it ends up justifying a …

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Nearly 200 human spines found strung on poles in Peru | world news

With domestic and international travel reopening as COVID-19 restrictions have begun to ease, many of us are longing to go somewhere new after nearly two years indoors. The World Travel and Tourism Council told Travel + Leisure that 2022 is likely to be an even busier year for travel than …

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Tourist Attractions Turnstiles Market Size 2022 and Analysis by 2029

New Jersey, United States,-The report attempts to offer high-quality and accurate analysis of the global Tourist Attractions Turnstile Market, keeping in mind market forecast, competitive intelligence, risk and technological advancement, and other important topics. Its carefully crafted market intelligence enables market players to understand the most significant developments in the …

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Theegarten-Pactec gears up for the return of ProSweets with the latest confectionery packaging lines

Markus Rustler, CEO and President of Theegarten-Pactec packaging equipment, has been named President and Chairman of the Interpack Advisory Board. Neill Barston interviews him ahead of his appearance with the company at this month’s ProSweets. Directly following in the footsteps of one of your parents can often cause problems, but …

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Zelensky thanks Biden for military support in ‘long’ conversation

The Pentagon presents units ready to be deployed in Europe The Ministry of Defense described military units on the state side on heightened alert for a possible deployment in Eastern Europe. Pentagon press secretary John Kirby could not detail details of the units, but said there were elements of the …

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Ski slopes, hot springs: tourists flock to Turkey for winter getaways

Turkish ski resorts, which stand out for the quality of their snow and their facilities, have been increasingly preferred by foreign vacationers as well as citizens in recent years. This season is no different, as interest has fueled a growing number of bookings, according to tourism officials on Sunday. Turkish …

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The United States and Russia try to lower the temperature in the Ukraine crisis

GENEVA (AP) — The United States and Russia have sought to lower the temperature in a heated standoff over Ukraine, even as they reported no breakthrough in high-stakes talks on Friday aimed at preventing an invasion. dreaded Russian. What do you want to know The United States and Russia have …

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Top 20 Medical Tourism Destinations Worldwide, 2022 – Analysis of Inbound Numbers by Country and Revenue – ResearchAndMarkets.com | Business

Country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, …

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Bulgarian Health Minister changes arrival rules for citizens of Israel, North Macedonia, Turkey and Serbia

After an outcry from Bulgarian winter resorts and the hospitality industry over the Health Minister’s change in rules for arrivals to the country, the rules were changed in an order issued on the night of January 17. Health Minister Assena Serbezova’s January 14 order banned arrivals, from January 19, of …

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Gatwick Airport: Spain, Italy, Turkey, America, Portugal, Greece and other countries allowing British entry

[ad_1] Since the discovery of the Omicron variant, many countries have introduced stricter travel rules in an attempt to curb the virus. However, that doesn’t mean the holidays aren’t on the table for Brits this year. There are still many destinations, including Spain, Portugal, Greece, Turkey and America, which are …

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Lim Tean lashes out at MTF after US reclassifies Singapore’s Covid-19 travel advisory status as ‘unknown’ for travel

[ad_1] Singapore – After the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reclassified its travel advisory for Singapore as “unknown” and advised American citizens to avoid traveling to the country, the politician from the The opposition Lim Tean took up this issue to attack the Multi-Ministerial Task Force …

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Dream trip to Italy derailed by COVID-19: what happens when you test positive abroad

[ad_1] Cristina Allala and Michael Mawoad’s dream tour of Italy was meant to be more than the interior of a hotel room. But two days after Christmas, five days after their trip began, they both tested positive for COVID-19. Hours later, a medical team dressed in medical suits similar to …

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France adds mandatory quarantine for unvaccinated arrivals from the United States

[ad_1] Photo: Jérôme LABOUYRIE / Shutterstock.com Unvaccinated U.S. citizens will now have to be quarantined for 10 days when they travel to France after that country’s authorities added the United States to their red list of COVID-19 countries. While fully vaccinated travelers will be able to travel to France without …

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Barcelona wins prestigious award for best gay tourist destination

[ad_1] “Gay Pride Barcelona” (CC BY 2.0) by Oh-Barcelona.com Barcelona won the title of best gay tourist destination outside the United States at this year’s Gay Travel Awards, in recognition of its work in promoting LGBTIQ + tourism. The Gay Travel Awards are widely regarded as the most significant awards …

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Indonesia to get COVID-19 antiviral pills, Omicron surge anticipates in late January

THE STRAITS TIMES – Indonesia is expected to receive its first shipment of two types of COVID-19 antiviral pills – molnupiravir made by Merck and paxlovid by Pfizer – next month, Health Minister Budi Sadikin said, as the country is stepping up efforts to curb the spread of the infectious …

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CECC publishes 19 imported cases, 14 new Omicron cases

[ad_1] TRAVEL FOR SPORT: Among Omicron cases identified yesterday through genome sequencing, seven belong to a Taiwanese karate team that returned from Kazakhstan By Lee I-chia / Journalist The Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) yesterday reported 19 imported cases of COVID-19 and 14 newly confirmed cases of the Omicron variant …

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Turkey’s Afyonkarahisar Museum exhibits statue of ancient Cybele

[ad_1] A marble statue of the ancient Anatolian mother goddess Cybele, which had been smuggled overseas decades ago but has since been recovered by Turkey, is now on display in a museum in her home province of Afyonkarahisar , according to reports on Friday. The 1,700-year-old statue of Cybele, considered …

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Spending Christmas in LA? The best travel destinations

[ad_1] By Rachel SchnalzerDesign and illustrations by Jade Cuevas Hello, dear escapees. Holidays are usually synonymous with travel, and this year, despite the threat of the Omicron variant’s spread, is no exception. Some Angelenos are on their first international trips since the onset of COVID-19 or swap their sunglasses for …

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Inflation crushes vacations, shrinks menus and ruins traditions

[ad_1] Bloomberg News (TNS) Tartlets. Latkes. Eggnog. Tamales. As extended families around the world plan the holiday season again, they are faced with a stark reality: Country foods, especially those sold for a limited time, even in a normal year, are considerably more expensive in 2021, if they are even …

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Israel bans travel to US and Canada via Omicron

[ad_1] Share the article Last update 23 hours ago As the Omicron variant continues to spread across the world, so do travel restrictions. Today, Israel announced that it is banning travel to the United States, Canada and eight other countries over concerns over the variant. Israel adds US to no-fly …

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Israel in fifth wave of Covid-19, plans to add US to Omicron ‘red’ list

[ad_1] JERUSALEM (REUTERS, AFP) – Israel is in the midst of a fifth wave of Covid-19 due to the Omicron variant, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said on Sunday (December 19), urging citizens to step up vaccination and take such precautions. than work from home. In a televised address, Bennett said …

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Tourists flock to popular destinations and the Omicron variant of Covid-19

[ad_1] The tourism and hospitality industries were the sectors most affected during the Covid-19 pandemic. In recent times, these areas have seen the green shoots of recovery due to a drop in the number of cases and a high number of vaccinations. However, Omicron has imposed a catch for many …

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From tourism to cosmetics: Knowing the incredible history of the Miss Universe contest | Beauty of the way of life

[ad_1] The International Pageant of Pulchritude held in 1926 served as the inspiration and model for the Miss Universe beauty pageant. The competition was born in the island town of Gavelston in the United States as part of efforts to reclaim the tourism and hospitality industry that was in ruins …

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Turkey could tip the scales in Ukraine-Russia deadlock

[ad_1] As the United States and its European allies work to deter Russia from invading Ukraine again, the use of direct military force appears to be out of place. Yet there is one NATO member state that has managed to persuade the Kremlin to ask for peace twice in recent …

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Improving the competitiveness of exports (Part – V)

The writer is the author of “Governing the ungovernable”. The government has also given priority to the tourism sector. Our neighboring countries – India, Sri Lanka, Nepal and the Maldives – derive a substantial amount of foreign exchange from highly organized tourism. Prior to Covid-19, India’s revenues were $ 30 …

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UAE outclassed the world’s top 10 tourist destinations this year – News

[ad_1] Global data website Statista expects UAE to attract over 31 million tourists per year by 2025 Posted: Wed Dec 15 2021, 17:32 The UAE’s tourism sector has been the fastest in the world to recover from the impact of Covid-19, the country’s vice president said. As he launched the …

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Favorite of European tourists joins list of “very high” risk trips

[ad_1] Originally Posted: December 13, 21 4:51 PM ET By Forrest Brown, CNN (CNN) – The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Monday added three countries to their high-risk travel category, including tourist favorite Italy. In its weekly Covid-19 travel advisories update, the CDC also added the …

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Three must-see attractions in New River Gorge National Park

The New River Gorge Bridge spans the New River below the World Jamboree site. Photo courtesy of Ed Rehbein. Visiting the newest national park in the United States? There are countless trails to hike, rocks to climb, and streams to paddle, but there are three places every visitor should see …

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US inflation hit a 39-year high in November

[ad_1] Inflation in the United States hit an almost four-decade high in November, as strong consumer demand collided with supply constraints from the pandemic. The Labor Department said the consumer price index – which measures what consumers pay for goods and services –increased 6.8% in November from the same month …

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Istanbul Economic Summit: Officials call for action to end climate crisis

[ad_1] Officials and representatives of the private sector from Turkey and other countries stressed the increased need for cooperation and action to address the ever-increasing management of climate risks, also urging for a substantial increase in investments in renewable energies. . Appeals were made on the sidelines of the fifth …

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Massachusetts COVID count highest since January

The news is grim, nevertheless, it is true. Daily confirmed cases of COVID-19 have returned to levels not seen since mid-January, as Massachusetts struggles to cope with a new wave of coronavirus. And as you may recall, those high levels at the start of this year were before any of …

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Houlton Regional named one of America’s top rural hospitals for 2021

A prestigious honor The year 2021 has pushed our healthcare providers to the max, and a local hospital has been named Top Rural Hospital by a national watchdog organization. The Leapfrog Group has conducted surveys in more than 2,200 hospitals across the United States to assess quality of care and …

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My Life Story: Feeling Safe in Turkey

[ad_1] Growing up in the United States, finally Los Angeles to be exact, Turkey has always seemed like a distant and intimidating destination for my peers. But they didn’t know that every summer when I went to Turkey to see my father, I had the best time of my life. …

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Immigration enforcement priorities announced by DHS

[ad_1] On Monday, November 29, 2021, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it will begin implementing the Guidelines for Civil Immigration Law Enforcement signed by Secretary of Internal Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas on September 30. “Today is an important step in ensuring that our staff are empowered to …

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The 10 best beach vacations in the world

While some people genuinely can’t wait to spend the next few months curled up under a cozy blanket with hot chocolate in hand, others will pass the time just wishing they were on a beach. To help these people make the most of their daydreams or, better yet, plan a …

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WILD THINGS: HIKING WITH INTENTION, 7 MINUTES AT A TIME

A juvenile Short-tailed Hawk seen in Key West. MARK HEDDEN / Keys Weekly The sky over the Key West Rainforest and Botanical Garden parking lot was an empty arena of blue, fringed with tall trees. The largest of these was a sausage tree – it had a useful tag, as …

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Defense and national security overnight – Russian military movements cause concern

[ad_1] It’s Wednesday, welcome to Overnight Defense & National Security, your nighttime guide to the latest developments at the Pentagon, Capitol Hill and beyond. Subscribe here: thehill.com/newsletter-inscription. The US Embassy in Ukraine is warning citizens to move away from the country’s borders and the annexed Crimean peninsula due to “unusual …

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Here are Oregon’s top-rated tourist attractions in addition to Cannon Beach.

[ad_1] Cannon Beach may be the most iconic image travelers have in mind of Oregon, but there is so much more to see and do in this state. Above the sunny state of California sits Oregon, also known as the “Beaver State”; Known for its rugged coastlines, fresh seafood, and …

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Germany becomes a popular destination among American tourists

[ad_1] Travel insurance comparison site Squaremouth.com looked at traveler data for thousands of policies purchased for travel between Thanksgiving and New Years in the United States. Germany has consistently climbed to the top of the list of European destinations every year, especially during the holiday travel season. During the rest …

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NJ’s ax killer first threatened his roommate

[ad_1] The young man accused of killing his grandfather with an ax this month is a Rutgers University student who threatened his roommate with an ax, weeks before his relative’s murder, as the newspaper reports university student. Rutgers University Police Department took an ax from the car of Jason Vicari, …

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Singapore lifts Covid ban on Indian aviators

[ad_1] Removes 5 other Asian countries from the restriction as of October 26 Singapore has removed India from its list of travel restrictions along with Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. He announced the resumption of travel to India and some other countries, including Pakistan and Bangladesh, from October …

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Greek tourism rebounds but still suffers from COVID-19

CHICAGO: Arab Americans are among thousands of candidates across the United States running in municipal and regional elections on November 2. Key races include campaign battles for mayor in Boston, Massachusetts and in Dearborn and Dearborn Heights, Michigan. In Virginia, an Arab-American woman is set to become the second most …

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Sustainable Tourism Market: Study on Future Growth Prospects

[ad_1] A new statistical survey study titled Sustainable Tourism Market examines some critical characteristics identified with the sustainable tourism market covering the condition of the industry, the review of the division and the target scene. The down-to-earth ideas of the market are referenced in a simple and unpretentious manner in …

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Man admits role in ‘birth tourism’ program – Huntington Now

[ad_1] As part of his plea, Aksakal lost $ 397,500 as proceeds related to his role in the scheme. From January 2017 to at least September 2020, Aksakal and his co-conspirators announced a birth tourism program on two Turkish-language Facebook pages, www.facebook.com/ bebegimamerikadadogsun and Wwww.facebook.com/amerikadadogum.org, and a Turkish website https://amerikadadogum.org. …

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10 best places to spend Thanksgiving for 2021

Courtesy I am about to tell you something extremely important. Ready? You, yes you, you don’t have to come home for Thanksgiving. I know, shocking. If you’re wondering, “Isn’t Thanksgiving purpose for my family to ask me what I’m going to do with my life and why I’m still single …

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Global COVID-19 cases exceed 230.5 million, death toll exceeds 4.72 million, says Johns Hopkins University

[ad_1] Washington, September 24: The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has exceeded 230.5 million, while deaths have increased to more than 4.72 million and vaccinations have climbed to more than 6.02 billion, according to Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update Friday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and …

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Worldwide COVID-19 Cases Surpass 230 Million, Deaths Reach Over 4.71 Million: Johns Hopkins University

[ad_1] Washington, September 23: The number of coronavirus cases worldwide has exceeded 230 million, while deaths have increased to more than 4.71 million and vaccinations have soared to more than 5.98 billion, according to Johns Hopkins University. In its latest update Thursday morning, the University’s Center for Systems Science and …

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Tourism Ireland partners with Notre Dame

[ad_1] Ireland has rightly been named the official international destination for Notre Dame Athletics. Tourism Ireland announced on Wednesday that it had entered into a partnership with Notre Dame Global Partnerships before Ireland’s Notre Dame Fighting football team took the pitch against Purdue on Saturday, September 18. THE ADVERTISEMENT PLUS …

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NY Healthcare Worker Vaccination Mandate Blocked

[ad_1] New York state’s requirement that all healthcare workers receive the COVID-19 vaccine or lose their jobs is at least temporarily derailed in court. A federal judge in Utica has temporarily barred New York state from forcing medical workers to get vaccinated after a group of healthcare workers sued, saying …

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Big cooldown comes with a bang

[ad_1] The bottom line Friday will be the fourth and final day of New Jersey’s latest heat wave. A cold front coming from the west will trigger strong thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening, sounding flood alarms. The weekend will start cool, cloudy and potentially rainy. But it will end …

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Who can travel to Russia in 2021?

[ad_1] International tourism is currently going through difficult times, but borders are gradually opening up with certain restrictions. Russia resumes air traffic with many countries and resumes issuing tourist visas. Who can enter Russia? Denis Grishkin / Moskva Agency The main document that regulates entry into Russia during the pandemic …

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10 ambassadors visiting Israel, to visit national sites

[ad_1] A delegation of 10 ambassadors from different countries landed at Ben-Gurion Airport on Thursday at an invitation from Israel’s Permanent Representative to the UN and Israel’s Ambassador to the United States Gilad Erdan. Ambassadors come from Ukraine, Kenya, Guatemala, Dominican Republic, Argentina, Australia, Tonga, Hungary, Czech Republic and Bhutan. …

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