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HOW PASSENGERS ON AIR WENT BACK IN TIME FROM 2019 TO 2018

After celebrating New Year in Japan, passengers on Flight NH 106 took off from Japan January 1, but amazingly went back in time and landed in San Fransisco, USA December 31, 2018. According to information posted by Flight Trade 24 on its official twitter handle @Flighttrader24, the passengers celebrated two new years. According to flight trader, the passengers from Japan ...

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CHINA TO FACE NEW CHALLENGES AS BIRTH RATE FALLS

China birth numbers expected to fall to lowest level since 2000, creating new economic and social challenges Births last year will drop below 15 million despite Beijing’s relaxation of its one-child policy, according to the state-run tabloid ‘Global Times’ Increasing elderly population raising fears of economic stagnation despite introduction of two-child policy in 2016 The number of children born in ...

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SAUDI COMPLAINS GET COMEDY EPISODE REMOVED FROM NETFLIK

Netflix has removed from its streaming service in Saudi Arabia an episode of a satirical comedy that was critical of the kingdom’s rulers. The second episode of Patriot Act, with US comedian Hasan Minhaj, was removed following an official complaint that it had violated Saudi anti-cybercrime law. Netflik confirmed the move to the UK’s Financial Times (FT) newspaper. It said that ...

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TWO WOMEN MAKE HISTORY IN INDIA

Two Indian women in their 40s have made history by entering a prominent Hindu shrine in the southern state of Kerala, after months of protests against women getting in. The Sabarimala temple was historically closed to women of “menstruating age” – defined as between 10 and 50. The Supreme Court overturned that ban but protesters then attacked women and stopped ...

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TRAIN CRASH ON DANISH BRIDGE KILLS SIX

JUST IN: Six people have been killed in a train accident on the Great Belt Bridge in Denmark, police said. The bridge linking the islands of Zealand and Fyn has been shut after the incident. No cause is yet known for the crash, but local media reports suggest a passenger train hit a cargo train amid high winds.  

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