The collapse of tourism during the pandemic could cost the global economy $ 4 trillion

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Topline The crash in international tourism during the Covid-19 pandemic could end up costing the global economy more than $ 4 trillion dollars in 2020 and 2021, according to a UN report released Wednesday, a burden was disproportionately felt in lower-income countries that were unable to secure the vaccines needed to protect their populations. Airport
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The best American whiskeys according to the 2021 International Wine & Spirits Competition

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Redemption Barrel Proof High Rye Bourbon Whiskey, 10 YO Photo, courtesy Redemption Whiskey There were a total of six outstanding gold medals and 11 gold medals in the American whiskey category on 2021 International Wines and Spirts Competition (IWSC) rating. Sixteen of these whiskeys were bourbon, and one was a Tennessee whiskey. IWSC is an
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Before demolition, these LACMA galleries took selfies with a little help from pinhole photographer Vera Lutter

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When the Los Angeles County Museum of Art decided to demolish several old buildings to make room for new architecture by Peter Zumthor, one of the first people contacted by the museum director was a photographer named Vera Lutter. Unlike the demolition crew and builders who wanted to realize LACMA’s forward-looking vision, Lutter was hired
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MLB Unveils Plan To Enforce Rules Around Players Cheating With Sticky Balls

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Major League Baseball said Tuesday it will enforce new guidelines around pitchers who use foreign substances on baseballs during games beginning June 21. The league office announced it will allow umpires to regularly check pitchers for banned substances, even if clubs don’t request searches. Auxiliary throwers will be searched for foreign matter after the inning
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