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After shark kills swimmer, Egyptian authorities close Red Sea beach

CAIRO, Egypt: Egyptian authorities have prohibited swimming in a stretch of the Red Sea after an Australian woman was killed ...

US flight attendant to mark 65 years serving air passengers

NEW YORK CITY, New York: Bette Nash, age 86, has been named the longest serving flight attendant in the world, ...

UK parliament tells members to leave babies at home

LONDON, England: A UK parliamentary committee has told lawmakers that they may not bring babies to parliamentary proceedings and debates.The ...

Marine, Iwo Jima veteran, dies; last WW2 US Medal of Honor recipient

WASHINGTON D.C.: Hershel "Woody" Williams, the final surviving Medal of Honor recipient from World War Two, has died at a ...

Norwegian cruise cancels voyage after ship strikes small iceberg

SEATTLE, Washington: A Norwegian cruise liner has canceled its sailing and returned to port after damage was discovered following its ...

US sanctions causes 90 percent drop in chips sent to Russia

WASHINGTON D.C.: U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo has said that since the U.S. and its allies imposed sanctions on Moscow ...

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After shark kills swimmer, Egyptian authorities close Red Sea beach

CAIRO, Egypt: Egyptian authorities have prohibited swimming in a stretch of the Red Sea after an Australian woman was killed ...

Study: Dinosaurs takes over amid ice not warmth

Washington [US], July 4 (ANI): A new study of ancient mass extinction suggests that ancient high latitudes, to which early ...

Australian PM Pledges Military Aid on Kyiv Visit

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Sunday pledged further military support to Ukraine, including armored vehicles and drones, while meeting ...

Rediscovering the art of Tracker Nat: 'the Namatjira of carving'

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names and images of deceased people.On June 5 1960, ...

Flu may be back, but COVID is far from over. How do they compare?

Since Australia's first Omicron wave after borders opened late last year, the pandemic has largely faded from the news and ...

Are we learning the wrong lessons from history?

Can historians influence government policy? Should they? And, if so, what kinds of historical knowledge should they produce?I suspect policy-makers ...

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