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Ecuador 'allows US military planes to use Galapagos island airfield'

Image caption The Galapagos Islands are a Unesco World Heritage site. Ecuador has agreed to allow US military planes to operate from an airport on the Galapagos Islands, reports say. US aircraft will be able to use San Cristobal airport, Ecuador's defence minister Oswaldo Jarrin has been quoted as saying. They will "fight drug trafficking" under a deal with Ecuador's government, Mr Jarrin said. The reported deal has prompted concerns over the ... Full story

Brazil lifts visa requirement for US, Canada, Japan and Australia

(CNN) — If watching a game at Rio de Janeiro's Maracanã stadium has been on your bucket list since the 2014 FIFA World Cup, you can now do so without adding a trip to the consulate as part of your itinerary. Effective June 17, tourists from the United States, Canada, Japan and Australia will no longer need a visa to visit Brazil . Travelers with a valid passport will be able to explore Brazil for up to 90 days, with the possibility of extending ... Full story

Leonardo da Vinci: Artist, engineer, handbag designer

Leonardo da Vinci was a Renaissance man in every sense of the word. He was a sculptor, architect, scientist, engineer and, of course, painter, who created some of the world's most famous artworks. He is less well known, however, for his early imagining of one of a modern fashion essential: the handbag. What caused Leonardo da Vinci's hand impairment? In the bottom corner of a page of the Codex Atlanticus, the largest known collection of ... Full story

Hedgehog sign warns drivers of small wildlife hazards News

New signs featuring a picture of a hedgehog are to appear on UK roads to warn motorists of potential hazards caused by the spiny creatures and other small wildlife. They will be placed in areas with large numbers of animals such as hedgehogs, otters, squirrels and badgers. Current signs focus on smaller species such as toads or deer, and livestock. The Department for Transport says it hopes to help prevent accidents and reverse a decline in ... Full story

Zico Reportedly Produced A Track For “Produce X 101”

Zico reportedly participated in Mnet’s “Produce X 101” as a producer! On June 17, a source from the industry stated that Zico produced a track for the show’s upcoming “concept” mission, where the trainees will perform five original tracks. According to the source, Zico produced one of the concept songs “Move.” The track was briefly introduced in last week’s preview , when choreographer Choi Young Joon danced to the track. The preview also ... Full story

One million calendars 'wrong due to bank holiday change'

Image caption Customers have been told to "use a pen" to correct the error. One million calendars have been printed with incorrect information because of a change to next year's early May Bank Holiday. The government has announced the bank holiday, originally set for Monday 4 May, would be switched to Friday 8 May, to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Avonside Publishing, in Melksham, Wiltshire, said there was not enough time to reprint the ... Full story

Magician disappears in river after Houdini trick

Image caption Chanchal Lahiri went by the stage name Mandrake. An Indian magician, who attempted to recreate Harry Houdini's famed trick by jumping shackled into a river, is feared dead. Chanchal Lahiri was meant to escape and swim to safety but did not emerge from the Hooghly river in West Bengal state. Spectators who had gathered to watch him take the plunge on Sunday informed the police, who say they are searching for him. Mr Lahiri, also ... Full story

Cricket World Cup: England's Jason Roy to miss next two matches

Opener Jason Roy will miss England's next two World Cup matches, but captain Eoin Morgan could be fit for the game against Afghanistan on Tuesday. Full story

Hong Kong extradition: How radical youth forced the government's hand

Image caption Wednesday's protesters came prepared for tear gas. In just one week Hong Kong has witnessed two of its largest ever protests, as well its most violent protest in decades. At the forefront of these demonstrations are young people, many barely out of their teens. How did they get radicalised - and how did they manage to force the government's hand? "We screamed at people to run.". "My parents kicked me out after the protests.". "It ... Full story

SF9 Races Towards Love With New “RPM” MV | Soompi

SF9 is back with a new song! On June 17 at 6 p.m. KST, the boy group released the music video for their new track “RPM,” which is part of their seventh mini-album of the same name. With Youngbin, Zuho, Taeyang, and Hwiyoung having participated in writing the lyrics, “RPM” talks about running as fast as they can to find the one they love. The music video features the members in a futuristic, video game-like world, matching the vibes of the song. ... Full story

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