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Hawaii Hawaii State in the United States

United Airlines to make COVID-19 rapid tests available to passengers, starting on Hawaii route

United's COVID-19 testing program, beginning Oct. 15 on flights from San Francisco to Hawaii, will allow flyers to take a rapid test at the airport.

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United rolling out COVID-19 testing program for passengers

The program will roll out in San Francisco for flyers bound for Hawaii.
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40% of Hawaii's beaches could disappear by 2050, study predicts

University of Hawaii researchers warn sea level rise and current beach protection practices could be precarious combination
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Father details terrifying moment rented Kia caught fire during Hawaii vacation with wife, son inside [Video]

Father details terrifying moment rented Kia caught fire during Hawaii vacation with wife, son inside

For the first time, a father is sharing the terrifying moments that played out after a rented Kia burst into flames with his wife and son inside.

Credit: ABC Action News    Duration: 05:00Published

California California State in the western United States

There have already been 8,000 wildfires in California this year. A warm, dry fall forecast threatens to bring more trouble.

Meteorologists throughout California warn of increased fire danger as temperatures soar to triple digits, starting this weekend.
 

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California wildfire trend 'driven by climate'

Climate change is driving the scale and impact of recent wildfires that have raged in...
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In California: Twindemic fears, deadly smoke and Berkeley bans candy in check-out lines

Plus: Wildfire smoke might be killing more people this year than the fires, and United Airlines will offer coronavirus testing at SFO
 

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Mexico City Mexico City Capital of Mexico

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

A massive market in Mexico City is emblematic of the region’s struggles.
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Mexico's seizures of fentanyl drug up 465%

MEXICO CITY -- Mexican authorities say seizures of the synthetic opioid fentanyl so far this year are 465% higher than in 2019, rising to almost 2,300 pounds..
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Mexico honors a defiant woman on independence anniversary

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Leona Vicario defied convention. A financier and intelligence gatherer for Mexico’s independence struggle two centuries ago, she broke..
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Mexico schools: Shop provides internet access to students [Video]

Mexico schools: Shop provides internet access to students

A tortilla shop and a group of teachers in Mexico City are helping disadvantaged students learn remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:21Published
A bike boom in Mexico City amid COVID-19 [Video]

A bike boom in Mexico City amid COVID-19

In sprawling Mexico City, authorities have long faced an uphill battle over how to get commuters onto bikes. Now, the coronavirus pandemic has made the task a little easier. This report produced by Yahaira Jacquez.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 01:35Published

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Farmers stage protest in Punjab, Karnataka over farm bills [Video]

Farmers stage protest in Punjab, Karnataka over farm bills

On September 25, a nation-wide protest is observed in wake of farm bills passed in Parliament. Farmers, under aegis of Bharatiya Kisan Union and Revolutionary Marxist Party of India (RMPI), blocked Amritsar-Delhi National Highway near Phillaur in Punjab. Similarly, members of Karnataka State Farmers' Association held protest near Bommanahalli on Karnataka-Tamil Nadu highway. Police personnel deployed in the area to ensure law and order is maintained and COVID safety norms are followed during protest.

Credit: ANI    Duration: 01:31Published

Watch: School climate strikes

We've live as school students strike for climate across the country. They're protesting against the funding of major gas projects, as part of the federal..
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Covid-19 restrictions: 'Asian weddings have 400 guests - not 15'

British Asian weddings are traditionally lavish affairs that tend to have hundreds of guests.
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NSW arts scene gets a boost as state eases coronavirus restrictions for venues

NSW is easing coronavirus restrictions for certain entertainment venues after the state marked a third straight day without any locally acquired cases of..
SBS

Top N-scientist Sekhar Basu dies of Covid

Eminent nuclear scientist Sekhar Basu died of Covid-19 in a Kolkata hospital early Thursday, bringing the curtain down on a career that saw him championing major..
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