Michael Jackson's 2009 death now listed as due to Covid-19

The U.S. Corporation for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a new directive that all celebrity deaths of the past ten years will be declared due to Covid-19, the condition that results from the novel coronavirus.  Michael Jackson's name was included because of the late pop sensation's "super" celebrity status, despite the fact that the late singer died almost 11 years ago now.  CDC director of advertising Rex Dechepshun explained the decision during a recent press conference.  "While our number...
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Three Perfect Days in Delhi: I Love This City So Much

A lot of people despise Delhi. Not me, though! It’s one of my favourite cities on the planet, and I fell for it from the moment I stepped foot on its busy streets. Delhi is the only place I’ve visited that has left me wanting to write an individual blog post for every single attraction I saw. Seriously! I feel as though I could write 30 blog posts about each individual thing I did in the city, share 20 photos of every activity, but I suspect you guys would tire of all that Delhi devotion after a...
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Vintage Bikes: Crazy Photos of Bicycle Heaven!

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Royal Caribbean Adds Enhancements to “Cruise With Confidence” Policy

In encourage to wannabee cruisers to book a cruise, Royal Caribbean International added more leeway to their Cruise With Confidence cancellation policy. Already in place, Royal Caribbean’s Cruise With Confidence policy is now extended to cover cruises through April 2022. Cruise with Confidence New Options Read More The post Royal Caribbean Adds Enhancements to “Cruise With Confidence” Policy appeared first on .
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Top 5 Pickle Recipes!

Want to try your hand at preserving? Pickling is surprisingly easy and you can pickle anything from mushrooms, capsicum and the classic zucchini or cucumber to eggs!
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San Francisco pier fire

Part of San Francisco’s iconic pier was destroyed today as flames started ravaging the area from 4:17 AM local time. Over 125 San Francisco firefighters are currently battling the four-alarm warehouse fire on Pier 45. A quarter of the pier at Fisherman’s Wharf has already been destroyed, and the fire caused a partial building collapse on the southern end of the pier, but fortunately no one has been injured. The historic SS Jeremiah O’Brien ship, built during WWII, was threatened by the flames...
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Putin Orders Support for Russia’s Oil Industry Amid OPEC+ Cuts - Bloomberg

OPEC+, Russia Oil News: Vladimir Putin Orders Support - Bloomberg:Russian President Vladimir Putin gave his government until June 15 to come up with a plan to support the country’s oil industry while output is slashed under an agreement among the world’s main producers.Putin ordered ministers to work out “special rates” that pipeline operator Transneft PJSC and Russian Railways JSC will charge for transporting crude and petroleum products while the OPEC+ agreement is in effect, according to a do...
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Fearing fiscal collapse, Iraq requests Gulf funds - Arabianbusiness

Fearing fiscal collapse, Iraq requests Gulf funds - Arabianbusiness:Iraq's new finance minister was in Saudi Arabia on Saturday seeking emergency funds to stave off an impending financial crisis brought on by collapsing oil prices. In his first trip abroad since becoming minister, Ali Allawi met the Saudi finance, energy and foreign ministers in Riyadh on Friday, Iraqi state media reported.In an interview with state television before his departure, Allawi said his priority would be to secure fun...
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#Dubai expected to reopen gyms, cinemas, public beaches on Tuesday - Arabianbusiness

Dubai expected to reopen gyms, cinemas, public beaches on Tuesday - Arabianbusiness:Dubai is expected to reopen 70% of activities on Tuesday, the third day of Eid al-Fitr, in the city’s latest move to ease Covid-19-related restrictions, Arabian Business understands.According to sources familiar with the matter, this will include the reopening of gyms, cinemas and public beaches, which have been closed since March.Last week Arabian Business reported licensed restaurants located in and outside hot...
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Venice Emerges from Quarantine - And it is Divine

Venetian Cat sunbathing on the Grand Canal at Rialto - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) As Venice yawns, stretches and blinks her way into the sunlight, slowly coming out of quarantine, contrasting stories emerge -- a bit like the parable of the Blind Men and the Elephant. One individual's version of reality can depend on which part of town they see, and who they talk to -- if you go here, you will see the elephant's tusk. If you go there, you will see the trunk. Or the knee. Or the ear. ...
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Dream of Italy Capri Special Report

When you think of Italy, where do you dream of visiting? For so many travelers around the world, the Amalfi Coast and Capri are top of that list. It was exactly the same for me. Living here for more than a decade has only confirmed what I felt on that first visit. This place has a certain something that just makes you want to stay. Or, at the very least, come back as often as possible! Since traveling isn’t possible at the moment, it was a special experience to sit down at my desk and guest edit...
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Canary Islands reopen to tourists - offering sun, sea, sand and safety

First tourists will arrive in July as holiday hotspots, beaches, hotels and restaurants embrace new social distancing rulesThey’ve picked apart the holiday experience, lingering on moments such as breakfast buffets, poolside lounging and golf tee times. As officials in Spain’s Canary Islands gear up to receive tourists as early as July, every aspect of travel is being recast against the backdrop of Covid-19.“We call it a global laboratory for safe tourism,” Cristina del Río Fresen of the region’...
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Boom to bust in the US shale heartlands | Financial Times

Boom to bust in the US shale heartlands | Financial Times:US oil and gas producers entered 2020 under the cosh — out of favour with investors and wilting under heavy debt loads. The Russian and Saudi oil price war was swiftly followed by Covid-19 and the subsequent collapse in global crude demand. Prices plunged, with West Texas Intermediate trading in negative territory for the first time in April.Re-ignited tensions between Washington and Beijing have already halted a nascent price rebound and...
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#UAE announces Sunday as first day of #EidAlFitr 2020 - Arabianbusiness

UAE announces Sunday as first day of Eid Al Fitr 2020 - Arabianbusiness: The UAE will celebrate the first day of Eid al-Fitr on Sunday May 24, after a meeting of the UAE's moon-sighting committee.The state news agency WAM, said the moon-sighting committee announced the news after its meeting tonight at the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department.Sultan bin Saeed Al Badi Al Dhaheri, Minister of Justice, and chairman of the committee, said the committee, after exhausting the sharia methods of sighting the ...
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Etihad Airways targeting 'meaningful' return to flying in July, says CEO - Arabianbusiness

Etihad Airways targeting 'meaningful' return to flying in July, says CEO - Arabianbusiness:Etihad Airways is targeting mid-July for a 'meaningful' return to regular passenger flights, according to CEO Tony Douglas.The Abu Dhabi carrier had previously pencilled in May 16 as a date for a return to flying, but the airline has since suspended sales of tickets on flights before June 16.Speaking on CNN’s Quest Means Business, Etihad Airways CEO Tony Douglas said the airline has managed to get a “skele...
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Can I Travel During Coronavirus? Tourism-Dependent Countries Are Hoping You Do

Can I Travel During Coronavirus? Tourism-Dependent Countries Are Hoping You Do:Chances are you don’t have many summer vacation plans for 2020, and even if you do, they probably won’t look anything like past excursions to far-off lands.When and where people will be able to travel again—if they feel comfortable doing so—is unclear, but countries that depend on tourism are devising strategies to welcome foreign visitors amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Luring guests may not be easy and providing ar...
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Bye Bye Blackbirds

Every day I go for a walk around the rice fields behind my mother's home. I can walk along the dirt roads that the farmers use to check their crops for miles and miles endlessly around rice fields that are taking root. The pleasure of seeing nature take its course and farmers working steadily with the season.  The blackberry vines are growing wildly as they should, and I have spotted and noted the ones I can reach to gather for my mother's blackberry pies.       Sacha pointed out the red wing...
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Vegetable garden v.2020

The vegetable garden is (mostly) planted! I got in under the wire; we woke up to rain this morning. I put up the tomato tripods and planted twenty-four seedlings. I have seven varieties: three each of cœur de bœuf, corazon, cornabel, margold, homestead, and St. Pierre, and six romas. I also planted my two pumpkins (rouge vif d'Etampes and muscade) and two zucchinis. The toms are in! The little wilted one on the left perked right up when I watered it. I still have to transplant my basil into la...
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Galaxy Z Flip Review Malaysia

I never imagined that I would actually be doing a review for the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip smartphone, especially when we have been going through the Covid-19 pandemic here. Anyway, since I am unable to travel anywhere, and I assume everyone else cannot travel since the 18th March 2020, and I have resorted to a general review based on my daily use. Review of Galaxy Z Flip in Malaysia Before I start, I wanted to say that my first impression of this was going back to the good old days o...
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Long term sustainable pandemic measures need to be decided upon now....

What a mess.   Like many I'm overdosing on all things Covid.  Given that I'm in Ontario Canada I'm going to focus my remarks on the situation to my home country and province for the most part.  One thing is crystal clear, Ontario's health care system is at the breaking point.   We already knew this of course, the novel coronavirus has merely put this reality front and centre.  Even before the pandemic the term 'hallway medicine' was a campaign issue.  Ontario's hospitals didn't have th...
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Russia during COVID-19: Information warfare, digital passes and digital protest — By Anna Orlova, Andrey Shcherbovich

The online symposium on the value of Internet Openness at the time of COVID-19 is a joint outcome of the Internet Governance Forum coalition on Net Neutrality and Community Connectivity. This is the eleventh article in the series. Read all the articles in the symposium here. By Anna Orlova and Andrey Shcherbovich Since March 2020, […] ...
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Top 10 stories of the week: May 18th to May 24th 2020

In no particular order, here are MediaNama’s top 10 stories of the week ended 24th May 2020 MediaNama would like to thank its sponsors: E2E, for their support. ‘Hooghly district magistrate is at level of additional secretary, can order internet shutdown,’ West Bengal govt in Calcutta HC In a special sitting on May 16, the […] ...
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Comment connecter une manette PS4 sur PC : les étapes à suivre !

La Dualshock de Sony est une super manette de jeux, que les joueurs PC envient souvent aux fans de consoles. Désormais, il est possible d'utiliser la manette PS4 sur PC, comme on vous l'explique dans ce guide ! L'article Comment connecter une manette PS4 sur PC : les étapes à suivre ! a été rédigé par Mika pour NWE / NOWHEREELSE.FR.
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In the absence of tourists, locals reclaim their cities

At the same time, Mladen savours the silence of the marble alleys of Dubrovnik while Fabiana soaks up the calm of old Lisbon. Park Guell, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the great legacies of modernist architect Antoni Gaudi, is currently for the exclusive use of the residents of the area. The two women normally never go there as it is always swarmed by visitors looking for the best angles for the seemingly obligatory Barcelona selfie.
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