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World’s largest floating bookstore to visit Mexico
MV Logos HopeFebruary 22, 2018 ET
MV Logos Hope, considered the world’s largest floating bookstore with more than 5,000 titles at affordable prices, will dock in Mexico in March.
Americans hit the brakes on self-driving cars
self-driving carsFebruary 21, 2018 ET
By some estimates, 10 million self-driving vehicles will be on the road worldwide by 2020, however, Americans are currently skeptical of using the technology.
Dana Aircraft overshoots runway, runs into bush at Port Harcourt Airport
Dana AircraftFebruary 21, 2018 ET
Dana Airlines was enmeshed in another aviation near mishap, this time in Port Harcourt.
Austrian petition to ban smoking in pubs, restaurants passes 200,000 signatures
Austria smokingFebruary 21, 2018 ET
A petition to overturn Austrian government plans to lift an upcoming ban on smoking in pubs and restaurants has received over 200,000 signatures by Tuesday, local media reported.
Heavy snow, rain to batter Italy and Balkan Peninsula this week
Italy snowFebruary 21, 2018 ET
A slow-moving storm will threaten to cause travel disruptions from Italy into the Balkan Peninsula through late this week.
Day Zero pushed to July in Cape Town water shortage crisis
Cape Town water shortageFebruary 21, 2018 ET
The drought-stricken South African municipality of Cape Town managed to push back even further the so-called Day Zero now set for July 9, at which point all taps are to be shut off due to critically low water reserves.
Fire causes temporary closure of Malta airport
Malta airportFebruary 21, 2018 ET
The Malta International Airport was temporarily closed on Tuesday afternoon following a fire that broke out within the terminal building.
Gita leaves damage across New Zealand
Gita New ZealandFebruary 21, 2018 ET
After leaving destruction from Samoa to Tonga, Gita brought more damage as it hit New Zealand on Tuesday.
Russian Deputy FM: U.S. intervening in our internal affairs
Sergei RyabkovFebruary 21, 2018 ET
U.S. threats to impose new sanctions on Russia were aiming to escalate tensions ahead of the presidential election, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said.
Beijing sees fewer fire, injury cases under fireworks ban
Beijing fireworksFebruary 21, 2018 ET
Beijing saw fewer fires and injuries caused by fireworks during the Lunar New Year holiday as the city enforced a firework ban.
Netanyahu's associate becomes state witness in corruption case
NetanyahuFebruary 21, 2018 ET
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu\'s close associate, Shlomo Filber, has signed a deal to become a state witness in a corruption case, the police said.
Hermitage oracle cat to begin fat-loss program ahead of 2018 FIFA World Cup
AchillesFebruary 21, 2018 ET
Achilles, a white-furred Hermitage male cat that was an official oracle of the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, will have to lose some weight to be able to go on predicting the outcomes of FIFA World Cup matches in 2018.