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Tokyo hotel apologizes for ‘Japanese only’ elevator sign

(Reuters) — A Tokyo hotel has apologized and removed signs reading "Japanese only" and "foreigners only" from elevators after the anti-Covid-19 precaution sparked outrage on social media ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics.Tokyo entered a state of emergency...

Inside the high-flying world of the pilots of Instagram

(CNN) — Search the hashtag "pilots of Instagram" and you'll be greeted by an endless amount of images of pilots in uniform posing it up.Pilots are hugely popular on the social media platform, with some garnering more followers...

Monsoon rain eases heat out West

Monsoon storms bring flash flood threats and dust storms to portions of the desert Southwest. CNN Meteorologist Tyler Mauldin has the forecast. Source link

Inside New Orleans’ abandoned airport terminal

(CNN) — "The first thing you notice about New Orleans are the burying grounds -- the cemeteries -- one of the best things there are here" wrote Bob Dylan in his 2004 book "Chronicles: Volume One." "Going by,...

California drought leaves some residents without water

California temperatures continue to climb into the triple digits, worsening the West's unprecedented drought. CNN's Stephanie Elam reports. Source link

See why this bar was named the most sustainable in Asia

From the cocktails to the furniture, Hong Kong bar Penicillin gets creative to reduce waste and minimize carbon emissions. Source link

This vodka helps fight climate change

Vodka is usually made from fermented grains, like rye. But Air Company's spirit is made out of captured carbon dioxide emissions. Source link

Tibet’s first bullet train line enters service

(CNN) — For the first time, travelers in Tibet can enjoy the area's mountainous views at high-speed. A 435-kilometer (250-mile) rail line connecting Tibetan capital Lhasa with the city of Nyingchi entered into service on June 25, giving...

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Is Antarctica a country? The future of the world’s least understood continent

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