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Strikes cripple Britains railways, unions warn of more to come

Passengers board a tube at Stratford station, as train services continue to be disrupted following the nationwide strike by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, along with London Underground workers, in London, Wednesday. (File photo: AP) LONDON: Strikes crippled Britain‘s rail network on Thursday as union bosses, train operating firms and the government […]

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UKs Boris Johnson faces test in two special elections

LONDON: Polls opened on Thursday in Britain for two special elections that could deliver a new blow to scandal-tainted Conservative Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Wakefield in northern England and the southwestern constituency of Tiverton and Honiton are both electing replacements for Conservative lawmakers who resigned in disgrace. One was convicted of sexual assault; the other […]

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These were the best and worst places for air quality in 2021, new report shows

Only 222 cities of the 6,475 analyzed had average air quality that met WHO’s standard. Three territories were found to have met WHO guidelines: the French territory of New Caledonia and the United States territories of Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands. India, Pakistan and Bangladesh were among the countries with the worst air […]

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Four dead in Ecuadors anti-government protests

Thursday marks the eleventh day of protest in the country. The Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (Conaie), which has been leading the protests since June 13, is demanding that the government reduce fuel prices, address the problem of unemployment, regulate farm product prices, and fight crime, among other pleas. Ecuador’s National Police said the […]

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What do we do when another disaster hits? Afghans face crises on all fronts after quake kills 1,000

The slow response, exacerbated by international sanctions and decades of mismanagement, concerns people working in the humanitarian space, like Obaidullah Baheer, lecturer in Transitional Justice at the American University of Afghanistan. “This is a very patchwork, band-aid solution for a problem that we need to start thinking (about) mid to long term… what do we […]

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I, A Brit, Went To Tokyo, And Here Are 17 Things I Noticed That Are Pretty Effing Different From The UK

Yes, that is a rabbit on a lead. Hi, I’m Sam, and I’m a Brit living in London. I love to travel, and I’ve ALWAYS wanted to go to Japan! I’ve cast my mind back to my pre-Covid trip, and put together a list of casual observations about Japan/Tokyo that I thought were worth mentioning. […]

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Top producing Vero Beach agent joins Douglas Elliman in Florida

https://www.inman.com/2022/06/22/top-producing-vero-beach-agent-joins-douglas-elliman-in-florida/

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The housing outlook is good, but affordability is a growing problem

https://www.inman.com/2022/06/22/the-housing-outlook-is-good-but-affordability-is-a-growing-problem/

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Hippo’s mortgage partner channel takes off; helps find coverage faster

https://www.inman.com/2022/06/22/hippos-mortgage-partner-channel-takes-off-helps-find-coverage-faster/

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‘Selling Sunset’ breakout star Maya Vander moves to Compass

https://www.inman.com/2022/06/22/selling-sunset-breakout-star-maya-vander-moves-to-compass/

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