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World Bank Mishandled Sexual Misconduct Charges: Report
The case involved disturbing reports dating back to 2009 of the official inviting young colleagues to hotel rooms.
Earthshot Prize: William and Kate joined by stars for awards ceremony
Two best friends who grow coral and the country of Costa Rica are among the winners of the first ever Earthshot Prizes.
UK travel red list cut to just seven countries
The number of countries on the UK Covid travel red list will be cut from 54 to seven, the government says.
An Architect’s Family Home in Costa Rica Is a Self-Sustaining Oasis
With lush gardens, solar panels, and a recycled-water system, the off-grid home of architect Rodolfo Tinoco is equipped to fend for itself.
Peacock wins joint bronze in Tokyo
Jonnie Peacock won joint bronze in the T64 100m in Tokyo as he missed out on a third consecutive Paralympic sprint title.
Politicians from across world call for ‘global green deal’ to tackle climate crisis
New alliance urges governments to work together to deliver a just transition to a green economy
15 Celebrities Who Got Married in Secret
These A-listers surprised fans by revealing their secret weddings sometimes months after they said "I do."
Is the great digital-nomad workforce actually coming?
Are we actually on the brink of remote workers scattering across the globe en masse – or are predictions of the new, great digital-nomad movement overblown?
France reopens restaurants, bars and borders as COVID-19 rules ease
French people are from Wednesday allowed back into restaurants and bars while foreign travellers with a COVID passport can once more visit the country.
Health Secretary says ‘tough’ travel restrictions needed to protect UK freedoms
It comes as reports have suggested that plans to scrap all Covid restrictions on June 21 could be watered down.
Disappointment as Portugal cut from UK travel 'green list' -- and no new countries added
The UK government revealed on Thursday its first changes to travel "traffic light system" which it introduced last month, but there was disappointment for the travel and tourism industries and would-be holidaymakers.
"...To Save Lives": US President Biden Unveils International Covid Vaccine Sharing Plan
"We are sharing these doses not to secure favors or extract concessions. We are sharing these vaccines to save lives and to lead the world in bringing an end to the pandemic, with the power of our example and with our values," US Preside...
France Reimposes Strict Covid Curbs On Travel From UK
Britons and other non-EU arrivals will again have to prove that they have a "compelling reason" to enter France, the foreign ministry said.
Archwerk.cz and Formafatal Collaborate on Coco Guest Pods at the Art Villas Costa Rica
Collaborating on the Coco guest pods at the Art Villas Costa Rica, a small resort at Bahia Ballena, Archwerk.cz and Formafatal are energized by its rainforest setting.
An Olson Kundig Tree House Peeks Over the Treetops in Costa Rica
Built entirely of teak harvested on-site, this breezy solar-powered home near the beach ticks all the right boxes for a pair of avid environmentalists who love surfing.
Find out which countries are welcoming international tourists back
There have been more than 142 million Covid-19 cases worldwide and vaccination roll outs have been much smoother in some countries than others. This pandemic is far from over, even though many of us are now itching to make plans to trave...
Expansive five-bedroom residence in Costa Rica
This beautiful residence is situated in the mountains outside Jose, in Costa Rica. It’s a lovely house with spacious interiors and elegant decors. It’s a five bedroom residence with views of the mountains.
Find out which countries are welcoming US tourists back
Once one of the world's most powerful travel documents, the might of the United States passport has been diminished during the pandemic. With US Covid-19 cases near the 29 million mark, some nations continue to view American vacationers ...
Italy blocks export of Covid-19 vaccine doses to Australia, using EU powers for the first time
Italy invoked European Union powers to block the export of 250,000 Covid-19 vaccine doses to Australia on Thursday, in a dramatic escalation of a dispute between the EU and drug giant AstraZeneca.
‘Shot Trips’ To Dubai, Florida, Tel Aviv, Havana: Covid-19 Vaccine Tourism Takes Off
It started in December 2020 with reports that Indian tour operators were eying up trips to London or New York to transport guests to parts of the world where they could get a Covid-19 vaccination.
Mexico Set to Become World's Largest Legal Cannabis Market
Mexico is home to the world's most powerful drug cartels, who have terrorized the country for years. But the country is poised to try something different in tackling the gangs by legalizing at least one of their products: marijuana.
U.N. Report: In The Age Of Humans, 'The Dominant Risk To Our Survival Is Ourselves'
On the United Nations' new Planetary Pressures-Adjusted Human Development Index, the United States drops 45 places from its overall ranking, a reflection of the country's outsize environmental impact.
UN Report: In The Age Of Humans, 'The Dominant Risk To Our Survival Is Ourselves'
On the United Nations' new Planetary pressures-adjusted Human Development Index, the United States drops 45 places from its overall ranking, a reflection of the country's outsize environmental impact.
COVID-19 Vaccines in Central America
A country by country guide to COVID-19 vaccines in Central America. Which countries in Central America are receiving which vaccines and when?
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