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Givenchy models walk on water in Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — For the first major collection of Paris Fashion Week’s menswear season, Givenchy’s models walked on water. A giant font filled with milky-white water and frothing mist i...

James Rado, who co-created groundbreaking ‘Hair,’ dies at 90

NEW YORK (AP) — James Rado, co-creator of the groundbreaking hippie musical “Hair,” which celebrated protest, pot and free love and paved the way for the sound of rock on Broadway, has died. He was 90...

Sri Lanka's crisis cripples once burgeoning middle class

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) — Miraj Madushanka never thought he'd need government rations to ensure his family could eat two meals a day, but Sri Lanka’s economic crisis, the worst in its history, has rec...

Milan designers invoke joy, nostalgia in menswear

MILAN (AP) — Denim, fringe and chunky rubber sliders. These are the elements of next year’s summer wardrobe emerging from the second day Saturday of Milan Fashion Week menswear previews. ...

Race for Alaska's US House seat taking shape

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — The race for Alaska's U.S. House seat is taking shape, with Republican Sarah Palin seeking a return to elected office 13 years after she resigned as governor and two of her rival...

Wallowing in Watergate 50 years later: A political quiz

WASHINGTON (AP) — For half a century, every major Washington scandal started with some form of this question: Is this another Watergate? Watergate spawned an all-purpose suffix. If “...

Virus cluster at nightclub sets off new Beijing clampdown

BEIJING (AP) — China’s capital has put school back online in one of its major districts amid a new COVID-19 outbreak linked to a nightclub, while life has yet to return to normal in Shanghai despite t...

Opinion: Anti-Islam remarks put pressure on India's Modi

In March 2016 at the inauguration of the World Sufi Forum Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomed delegates to "the ancient city of Delhi." "Like our nation, the city's heart ...

Thailand legalises growing, consumption of marijuana

Thailand legalised the growing of marijuana and its consumption in food and drinks on Thursday, the first Asian country to do so, with the aim of boosting its agriculture and tourism sectors, but smok...

Thailand makes marijuana legal, but smoking discouraged

BANGKOK (AP) — Thailand made it legal to cultivate and possess marijuana as of Thursday, like a dream come true for an aging generation of pot smokers who recall the kick the legendary Thai Stick vari...

Hong Kong World Milk Day x Feeding Hong Kong launch the first "Milk Bank" Programme in Hong Kong

Targets to provide more than 48 tonnes of consumable dairy products to 4,000 grass-roots families Aims to promote importance of dairy and healthy lifestyle among the underprivileged HON...

Thailand decriminalizes cannabis growing but not smoking

A legislation allowing the cultivation of cannabis in Thailand came into effect on Thursday. The law, also allowing the use of cannabis in food and drinks, is a first of its kind in Asia. Although ...

10-year-old cousins and their classmate honored at funerals

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — The cousins were together in life and in death. Jailah Silguero and Jayce Luevanos were remembered Friday at a funeral Mass at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Uv...

Q&A: Moisés Kaufman reflects on the roots of our divisions

NEW YORK (AP) — Seven years ago, Moisés Kaufman was approached to direct the Broadway musical “Paradise Square” and, after reading it, he immediately said yes. “I did this show beca...

Global Floriculture Market [SHARE] 2022 Dynamics, Segments And Supply Demand Forecast 2030

Quadintel published a new report on the Global Floriculture Market. The research report consists of thorough information about demand, growth, opportunities, challenges, and restraints. In addition, i...