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English great-great grandma on turning 100: Look forward, don't look back
Retired shop assistant Constance Stead, who still lives independently in Killingbeck, England, with family close by, said: "I think you have got to look forward, don't look back.
Indonesia longs to see tourists back
Amid rising relief and hope with vaccinations, countries such as Indonesia are now looking to China for their economic recovery, at least for a part of it in tourism.
Tourism will be back, but it won’t be the same
The pandemic pushed back trips, led fairs and congresses to be cancelled, brought business meetings to living rooms, and it emptied the skies.
Russia says hands ships back to Ukraine ahead of summit
Russia said on Monday it handed over three navy ships, apprehended a year ago from Ukraine, in the latest move to ease tensions between the two countries ahead of a crucial summit.
US troops back at military bases in northeast Syria
US troops are reportedly back in military bases in northeastern Syria, which they had previously evacuated ahead of Turkey's military action against Kurdish forces in the area.
2020 Dems say they'd put US back in nuclear deal
Most of the Democrats running for president are vowing to put the United States back in the Iran nuclear deal that President Trump withdrew from nearly a year ago.
New Zealand's academics, teachers back students' climate strike
The New Zealander educators have signed a letter of support for the March 15 strikes, saying taking action is crucial for the well-being and survival of current and future generations.
German inflation slows just as ECB dials back stimulus
Inflation in Germany’s most populous regions slowed in December, just as the European Central Bank ended a crisis-fighting bond purchase scheme after four years and as global markets slumped.
Dutch set to back Marrakesh migration pact next week
A clear majority of MPs in the Dutch lower house of parliament back signing the Marrakesh pact on controlling migration, it emerged during a stormy debate on Tuesday evening.
Iraq rail service back on track after war with Daesh
At Baghdad’s grand but half-empty railway station, a single train is sputtering to life.
Origins of chocolate pushed back in time
Chocolate has been a delicacy for much longer than previously thought.
Russian official: Rocket failure astronauts will go back into space
The head of Russia’s space agency said on Friday that two astronauts who survived the mid-air failure of a Russian rocket would fly again and would provisionally travel to the International Space Station (ISS) in spring of next year.
Children trickle back to school in Indonesia quake city to find friends
Children in the Indonesian city of Palu began returning to school on Monday to tidy up their classrooms and to help gather data on how many will be coming back 10 days after a major earthquake and tsunami hit their city.
'Game of Thrones' back at Emmys for duel with 'Handmaid's Tale'
Hollywood's A-listers gather on Monday to honor the best in television at the Emmy Awards, with record-breaking fantasy epic ‘Game of Thrones’ back in the competition and once again looking to slay its rivals.
Back to school for French kids... without their phones
Texting under the table should be a thing of the past when French children return to class Monday following a nationwide ban on mobile phones in schools.

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