Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Dies After Being Shot while giving a campaign speech

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Dies After Being Shot while giving a campaign speech

Two days before a national election, the former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was shot on Friday while giving a campaign speech in the western city of Nara, according to a source in the ruling party. Around 11:30 a.m., a man, 41, attacked Japan’s longest-serving leader from behind. According to police, he was speaking in […]

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Chilean Worker submitted his resignation after he was accidentally paid  330 times his salary

Chilean Worker submitted his resignation after he was accidentally paid  330 times his salary

According to reports, a worker in Chile who unintentionally received approximately 330 times his wage from his employer due to a payroll error tendered his resignation and was nowhere to be found. The employee was a dispatch assistant at the cold meat producer Consorcio Industrial de Alimentos and was paid 165,398,851 Chilean pesos ($180,418) for […]

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UNWTO: Vietnam is the only nation in Southeast Asia that has reopened international tourism without any COVID-19 restrictions.

UNWTO: Vietnam is the only nation in Southeast Asia that has reopened international tourism without any COVID-19 restrictions.

According to the UNWTO’s Destination Tracker tool, as of June 17, 52 nations had fully reopened their borders to international tourists, and Viet Nam is one of just four in the Asia-Pacific. Foreign visitors entering Vietnam are not required to be quarantined, to produce vaccination documentation, or to have negative Covid test results, according to […]

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Magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits eastern Afghanistan, more than 1, 000 people die

Magnitude 5.9 earthquake hits eastern Afghanistan, more than 1, 000 people die

According to a provincial authority, a magnitude 5.9 earthquake that shook Afghanistan’s east on Wednesday was the country’s deadliest in decades and left more than 1,000 people dead and numerous others injured. The humanitarian catastrophe strikes as the Taliban-run nation is struggling with both an economic and hunger crisis. At 1:24 a.m., the shocks began. […]

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Starting June 1, Italy will no longer require vaccination requirements for  foreign travelers.

Starting June 1, Italy will no longer require vaccination requirements for  foreign travelers.

For the first time since the pandemic, travel to Italy will be free of restrictions. Italy, a top holiday destination for Filipinos, is apparently removing vaccine restrictions for all foreign visitors, regardless of their country of origin. On Monday (May 30), the Ministry of Health’s Press Office declared that the country’s Green Pass program would […]

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