Russians Line Up for McDonald’s as It Leaves

Long lines are forming outside of McDonald’s restaurants in Russia ahead of the company’s nationwide exit, mirroring a time when eager consumers first gathered for the fast-food chain’s arrival in Moscow over 30 years ago. McDonald’s announced this week that it will sell its 850 restaurants in Russia due to […]

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Overstaying in China, Penalty, Punishment, Fine, How to Solve

Overstaying, also called illegal residence, means that one remains in a country after his/her visa or residence permit has expired. If an alien’s total length of stay in China exceeds the appointed time on the visa, it will be deemed to have overstayed the visa. For instance, if a foreigner […]

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China Locks Down More Than 45 Million People as COVID Returns

China saw more than 5,000 new Covid-19 infections for the first time since the early days of the pandemic, as outbreaks of the highly contagious omicron variant prompt officials to lock down more cities and impose further restrictions.   The were a total of 5,154 new cases Tuesday, of which […]

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French Senate Votes To Ban Headscarves From Sports Competitions

The French Senate has voted to ban sports players wearing headscarves during competitions, a move politicians say was taken in the interests of religious neutrality.   The contentious decision, opposed by Emmanuel Macron’s government, was approved by 160 votes to 143 in the upper house of parliament on Tuesday. Prior […]

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How to Get Your Free At-home COVID Test

How to Get Your Free At-home COVID Test Covered by Insurance Most Americans with health insurance will be able to access free COVID-19 tests starting Saturday, but insurers are not required to reimburse those who bought the kits before then. Last month, President Joe Biden announced the measure as part […]

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