Railways return to diesel in UK

The severe energy crisis in the UK has led rail operators to give up electricity in order to accept it again. Diesel traction In your engines. Friedliner, one of the leaders in the sector, announced in a press release last Thursday (14) that he had made the temporary change “in …

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Vaccines, masks? Japan puzzled by sudden success of virus

TOKYO – Almost overnight, Japan turned into an astonishing and somewhat mysterious coronavirus success story. New daily COVID-19 cases have fallen from a peak of nearly 6,000 in mid-August in Tokyo, with the number of cases in the densely populated capital now consistently below 100, an 11-month low. The bars …

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Avoiding a (supply chain) nightmare before Christmas

If everyone’s holiday gifts are stuck on a ship somewhere, then why doesn’t toy store owner Don Kipper care? Kipper and his daughter Lily run Kip’s Toyland, billed as Los Angeles’ oldest toy store, and Kipper the elder says he’s really not worried about the massive global supply chain issues …

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How the bullet train overtook the Italian national airline – Greater Washington

Trenitalia Frecciarossa, Milano Centrale station, Lombardy Image by David McKelvey under a Creative Commons license. The high-speed train outperforms the Italian national airline. How secondary suites are changing neighborhoods. Preserving the planet through cities. High-speed train killed Italian airline: The Italian national airline Alitalia will close its doors on October …

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