Thailand reversed its decision on the controversial income requirement amount just weeks after announcing the policy following online backlash, restoring hope to many eager travelers.
Thailand reduces income requirement for tourist visas
Archeologists have discovered the exceptionally well-preserved remains of two men scalded to death by the volcanic eruption that destroyed the ancient Roman city of Pompeii in 79 CE, the Italian Culture Ministry said.
Pompeii's ruins in Italy yield scalded bodies of rich man and slave
Hollywood is slowly getting back to work as feature films, Netflix shows and network programs resume production. The industry has introduced enhanced safety protocols and drastic new measures designed by guilds and unions, along with epidemiologists, to keep incidences of COVID-19 down on sets.
Hollywood resumed production, but can it last through a second wave?
The second part of the 16th Resistance International Film Festival (RIFF) opened on November 21 in Iran’s southeastern province of Kerman by paying tribute to Lt. Gen. Qassem Soleimani.
Resistance International Film Festival pays tribute to Martyr Soleimani
The 4th annual contest on Iranian cinema research will be held inviting applicants to send their articles by the end of February to the secretariat of the Iranian Cinema Research Award.
Contest on Iranian cinema research to be held
A Hindu temple, believed to have been constructed 1,300 years ago, has been discovered by Pakistani and Italian archeological experts at a mountain in northwest Pakistan’s Swat district. The discovery was made during an excavation at Barikot Ghundai.
Ancient Hindu temple discovered in northwest Pakistan
The Scottish-American author Douglas Stuart won the Booker prize for his first novel, ‘Shuggie Bain,’ a story based on his own life that follows a boy growing up in poverty in 1980s Glasgow with a mother who is battling addiction.
Douglas Stuart wins Booker prize for debut ‘Shuggie Bain’

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