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They were reopened for the first time in more than three months.
It's not the usual place you might expect to find it.
There were believed to be around 150 workers at the factory in northwestern Turkey at the time of the explosion.
The UN estimates that the total value of retrievable materials from dumped and burned electronics is €50 billion.
From a very early age, Emirati entrepreneur Dr. Sara Al Madani believed her ideas could turn a tidy profit.
There are approximately 72 million deaf people worldwide, using more than 300 different sign languages, according to the World Federation of the Deaf (WFD).
Migrant communities from the Middle East and North Africa have been helping fight the COVID-19 pandemic in European nations to offset staffing shortfalls.
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Trips by rail look to become more popular as tourism gets back on track.
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A majority of Greeks admitted in a poll that they're quite loose with their language when behind the wheel with 47% also revealing they deliberately tailgate drivers they find annoying.
More than 53,000 cases were recorded on Thursday and they are still on the rise in 40 of the country’s 50 states, on the eve of the 4th July weekend.
Governor Greg Abbott had previously said the government could not order individuals to wear masks, but changed course because of rising coronavirus hospitalisations.