After a Thanksgiving weekend when the number of people traveling through U.S. airports reached its highest since mid-March, a top government official said some could begin receiving coronavirus vaccinations before Christmas.
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Macron's party backtracks on plan to curb filming of police officers
PARIS (Reuters) -French President Emmanuel Macron's ruling party agreed on Monday to completely rewrite a draft plan that would have curbed the freedom to share images identifying police officers, after large protests over the weekend against police violence.
Ford says automakers should consider backing California emissions deal
Ford Motor Co is urging major automakers to consider backing a framework deal with California on vehicle emissions in a bid to reach industry consensus before President-elect Joe Biden takes office, according to a letter seen by Reuters on Monday.
The fall of the king: Philip Green's Arcadia adventure ends in ignominy
The "king of the high street" has lost his realm. The collapse of British businessman Philip Green's Arcadia fashion empire into administration on Monday looks set to bring an inglorious end to a remarkable, and controversial, career.
Iran opposition suspected alongside Israel in scientist's killing, Shamkani says
A senior Iranian official said on Monday an opposition group was suspected alongside Israel in the killing of a prominent Iranian nuclear scientist, an attack that has raised the prospect of a new standoff between Tehran and its longtime enemy.
Ethiopia's PM savours victory, Tigrayan leader says war not finished
Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed lauded his troops on Monday for ousting a rebellious northern movement, but the leader of Tigrayan forces said they were still resisting amid fears of a protracted guerrilla conflict.
South Koreans, Chinese clash on social media over Chinese-style Kimchi winning international certificate
China's efforts to win an international certification for Pao Cai, a pickled vegetable dish from Sichuan, is turning into a social media showdown between Chinese and South Korean netizens over the origin of Kimchi, a staple Korean cuisine made of cabbage.
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