News of the World | Hitler in war, Merkel in peace: A train car for history

Adolf Hitler tried literally to rewrite history in 1940 when the Nazi leader commandeered the dining coach to serve France the same humiliation Germany suffered there on the last

Macau Events | Fashion Festival connects brands and people

This year’s Macao Fashion Festival was a three-day event, organized by the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center (CPTTM) and the Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM), and

Travelog | Boracay at the moment, beautiful and strange

Say goodbye to beach parties and water sports when the white-sand resort of Boracay Island in the central Philippines reopens to tourists today after a six-month shutdown.

News of The World | Harry and Meghan bring rain to drought-stricken Outback town

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were jokingly thanked for bringing England’s notoriously inclement weather to a drought-stricken Outback town this week in a rain-drenched visit to Dubbo

News of the World | Israeli frankincense farmer cashes in on rare honey

An Israeli farmer has cashed in by making exotic honey from a rare tree that produces frankincense — the resin once worth its weight in gold and venerated

Electrics, SUVs and supercars mingle in Paris

A wildly expensive supercar from Bugatti. A one-seater retro Ferrari with a giant engine. And, notwithstanding the buzz over electrics, a big, seven-seat luxury Mercedes-Benz SUV with

Music Festival | A Night at the Opera, Donizetti opens FIMM

This evening marks the start of the 32nd Macao International Music Festival (FIMM). With the theme “Enjoy – The Moment in music”, we are invited to seize each moment

Places Moon visited are glimpses into secluded state of North Korea itself

A sacred volcano at the heart of North Korea’s founding mythology. The ruling party’s headquarters, said to be a potential target of South Korean and U.S. military attacks.

News of the World | Experts restore what might be oldest house in Mexico

The plain, one-story stone-linteled structure sat hidden in plain sight for hundreds of years behind generations of street vendors hawking goods from stands outside its thick old

News of the World | Parents fret through the ages from penny press to social media

When Stephen Dennis was raising his two sons in the 1980s, he never heard the phrase “screen time,” nor did he worry much about the hours

News of the World | Fall book releases include topical works for all ages

I think that people need stories to help us understand our place in the world and remember that we’re part of something bigger,” says Barbara Kingsolver,

News of the World | Small firms thrive as customers seek more unique clothing

Claudio Belotti knows he cut the denim that became the jeans Meghan Markle wore on one of her first outings as the fiancee of Britain’s Prince Harry. That’s because

News of the World | Google tracks your movements, like it or not

An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you’ve used privacy settings that say they

Travelog | Solar cookout aims to woo traditional chefs, cut carbon

The savory aromas of roasting hot dogs and chicken kebabs wafted out of metal and glass vacuum tubes heated by mirrors curved to capture the sun’s heat. Two

News of the world | Day after escape, Mexico crash survivors resume travel

Just a day after a harrowing escape from a crashed and burning Aeromexico jetliner, many of its 103 passengers and crew went to work on resuming

News of the World | For US pot companies, Canada is the land of opportunity

Green Thumb Industries had a business plan, expertise and plenty of ambition to grow its marijuana business. What the Chicago-based company didn’t have was access to

Travelog | Travel agents: How to find a good one and how they can help

Erika Richter, communications director for the American Society of Travel Agents, joined this week’s episode of the AP Travel podcast “Get Outta Here!” to explain how travel

News of the World | Coffee and conservation: Mozambique tries both on a mountain

At Mozambique’s Mount Gorongosa — where farmers are being encouraged to grow coffee in the shade of hardwood trees, both to improve their own lot and to restore the forest

News of the World | The most breathtaking creations from the top couture houses

Paris — the City of Light, lovelocks and the Seine River— was the backdrop this week in Chanel’s sublime couture collection that showed designer Karl Lagerfeld is still at

News of the World | Saudi Arabia Women drivers challenge wide array of traditional limits

Saudi women are driving freely through busy city streets for the first time after years of risking arrest if they dared to get behind the wheel. And with the

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