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Spain: Anger after king’s sisters got vaccinated in Abu Dhabi

  The two sisters of King Felipe VI of Spain were at the center of a political storm after confirming that they were vaccinated against COVID-19 in Abu Dhabi.  Spain’s Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina went to visit their father last month. Honorary King Juan Carlos I. The former king has been living in Abu […]

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France: Escargot producers struggle to make ends meet

  Since the start of the second lockdown on October 30, with the closure of the country’s restaurants, producers of Escargot in the heart of French “Burgundy” are struggling to make ends meet.    Snailsboiled in garlic butter are a classic of French cuisine. They have long aroused the fascination and fear of tourists, especially […]

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France: Elementary schools start Covid-19 saliva testing

  French elementary schools have begun to conduct saliva testing for Covid-19 infection in students seriously, and the government hopes to conduct 300,000 tests a week by mid-March.    Observers believe that the test is the last effort to avoid closing schools in one of the few countries to maintain the curriculum through the second […]

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France: Bakers want UNESCO recognition for traditional baguette

  The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, may consider the baguette, as part of the list of its “intangible treasures”. Bakers in France asked the French government to suggest the traditional bread for the honor from UNESCO. According to Reuters, about 6 million baguettes are sold in France every day.    The French […]

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Spain sees record number of books readers

  Since the beginning of the pandemic, not only has the number of book readers in Spain increased, but the numbers have remained the same even after the confinement period ended, which shows that many people have developed a habit during the lockdown and were bitten by reading insects.  According to the report released on […]

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Italy: Rome creates “Baroque” garden on Via Giulia

  The Mayor of Rome, Virginia Raggi, announced that work in progress is to create a “Baroque” garden above the underground parking lot on Via Giulia (a historic street parallel to the Tiber).    Raggi said that the green space will bring new life to areas that have been abandoned for many years, and it […]

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Lady Gaga: “Black Widow” to be filmed in Rome

  Lady Gaga arrived in Rome on Thursday and started filming a Ridley Scott film about Gucci “Black Widow” Patrizia Reggiani. Reggiani (72yo) was imprisoned for 26 years in 1995 for ordering the killing of her former husband, Maurizio Gucci.    The pop star and actress, as she did in the co-star Bradley Cooper’s 2018 […]

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Taking a Tour through Paris

How to tour Paris: In Paris, you have many areas to roam. France is a large habitat, which Paris is the principal city of this country. In Paris, tourists have a wide selection of tour sites and attractions. In Paris, you have a wide array of tour bus that will take you to destinations throughout […]

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Italy establishes Ministry of Ecological Transformation

  On Friday, Prime Minister Draghi’s cabinet established a new department, the Ministry of Ecological Transformation.    During the talks on the establishment of Draghi’s broadly supported new executive, the anti-establishment Five-Star Movement (M5S) vigorously promoted the establishment of the Ministry, whose mission was to design an environmentally sustainable development for the Italian economy transition. […]

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Italy: COVID-19 risk has increased for the fourth consecutive week

  According to the draft of the weekly coronavirus surveillance report issued by the Ministry of Health and the Higher Institute of Health (ISS), the overall risk of COVID-19 in Italy has deteriorated for the fourth consecutive week, and new measures are needed to combat infectious diseases.  It said that the number of regions/autonomous provinces […]

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Portugal: Algarve will host two races of Portuguese Speed Championship

  Algarve International Circuit (AIA) announced that it will host the first and final stages of the new-looking Portuguese Speed ​​Championship (Campeonato de Portugal de Velocidade). The organizers described it as “the pinnacle of Portuguese speed racing” and the event will be designed as “spectacular and competitive.”    There will be three races in each […]

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Greek government plans to allow British tourists

  From May at the earliest, British tourists who received the covid-19 vaccine have been allowed to enter Greece.    Earlier this week, Boris Johnson announced that according to his roadmap, a holiday will be available from May 17.    After his announcement, international holiday bookings surged by 600%. Ryanair, easyJet, TUI, and Thomas Cook […]

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