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Hundreds of refugees on Sunday celebrated Vyshyvanka Day, an annual celebration of Ukrainian folk traditions, by wearing embroidered shirts and parading through Athens, in a show of national unity in the face of Russia's invasion.
Among the cities now actively promoting cycling as a mode of transport and a leisure activity is Rotterdam in the Netherlands. In fact, the city sets an example at European level, along with Amsterdam, of course. The aim of the municipality is above all to create a more harmonious and pleasant city to live in, and this is achieved by promoting softer modes of transport, starting with cycling.
The United States is considering "investment support" of $4 billion for India on top of billions of dollars extended earlier, New Delhi said on Monday after the two sides signed an agreement to keep such money flowing. The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) or its predecessor agencies have so far provided India with $5.8 billion, of which $2.9 billion is outstanding, for COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing, healthcare, renewable energy, financial inclusion and infrastructure. "Proposals worth $4 billion are under consideration by DFC for providing investment support in India," India's Ministry of Finance said as officials from the two countries met in Tokyo where their leaders will hold a summit on Tuesday.
South Korean movies are making a strong showing at the Cannes Film Festival, riding on a wave of enthusiasm for series like "Squid Game" and movies like "Parasite", and catering to a taste for sophisticated intrigue and polished action.
Three rescued loggerhead turtles are released into the Mediterranean off the Tunisian coastal city of Sfax, one, named Marwa, with a tracking beacon glued to its shell to help researchers better protect the threatened species.
China's foreign minister said Sunday US diplomatic strategy in Asia was doomed to fail, state media reported, as President Joe Biden underlined Washington's commitment to the region during a visit to South Korea and Japan.
Nail salons are everywhere in New York, often several on the same street, allowing customers to get mani-pedis at very low prices. But for nail technicians that translates into a very harsh reality: low wages, unpredictable hours, exposure to harsh chemicals and no benefits. Workers - most of them immigrant women - are uniting to get a law passed in New York State's Assembly to establish minimum standards in the industry.
Flash floods and landslides in India's northeast Assam state killed at least 25 people and displaced over 650,000 from their homes in the past 10 days, officials said on Tuesday. The Brahmaputra River, one of the largest rivers in the world which flows from Tibet to India and finally into Bangladesh, burst its banks in Assam, inundating more than 1,800 villages in 26 districts this month.
Monkeypox has caught the attention of US President Joe Biden, who said Sunday that people should be on guard against the disease which has the potential for "consequential" impact, if it were to spread further.
At least seven people were killed and scores plucked to safety in the Philippines on Monday after a fire ripped through a ferry and forced passengers to jump overboard, the coast guard and witnesses said.