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Weather strands Sask. high school group after 10-day Europe trip

Weather strands Sask. high school group after 10-day Europe trip

The wild spring weather is causing travel delays in Western Canada. A travel club from Herbert, Sask., which is about 180 kilometres west of Regina, was stranded in Calgary last night after travelling for 24 hours. Eight high school students from the community flew to Toronto yesterday from Paris. Their flight ...

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WestJet touches down in Portland, Oregon

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EU extends Myanmar arms sales embargo

EU extends Myanmar arms sales embargo

The Council of European Union on Monday, April 29 extended a ban on selling arms to Myanmar and prolonged sanctions against high-ranking officials over their role in the Rohingya crisis. The measures, which include an embargo on weapons and other equipment that could be used for repression, will stay in ...

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Qatari Emir opens new National Museum

Qatari Emir opens new National Museum

DOHA: The National Museum of Qatar is now open to the public, following a grand opening ceremony that was presided over by His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar.The museum was opened to the public on Thursday, 28 March, and features the history of the ...

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Travel Blue reveals ‘incredible success’ of kids pillow range | Travel

Travel Blue reveals 'incredible success' of kids pillow range | Travel

Travel Blue has reported a strong uptake of its kids pillow range. Launched last year in Cannes, distribution encompasses Europe, Asia and South America. Further openings are expected following the upcoming TFWA Asia Pacific Conference and Exhibition. Jonathan Smith, Executive Director, Travel Blue commented: “The incredible success of the range ...

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The Race to Develop the Moon

The Race to Develop the Moon

“The moon is hot again,” Jack Burns, the director of the NASA-funded Network for Exploration and Space Science, told me. NESS’s headquarters are at the University of Colorado Boulder, which has educated nineteen astronauts. (Boulder was also the setting for the television sitcom “Mork Mindy,” in which Robin Williams played ...

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