Like oil and water, a pair of neighbours just can't seem to see eye to eye over their differences in smoking habits. Annoyed that the smoking neighbour living in the unit below her refused to stop smoking by his window every day, a 68-year-old lady lost her patience and poured water out her window andThe post Elderly Resident Repeatedly Pours Water On Smoking Neighbour in Bedok appeared first on theAsianparent - Your Guide to Pregnancy, Baby & Raising Kids.
Champions Liverpool and Leicester City maintained their winning starts to the Premier League on Sunday as the second weekend of the new season produced a goal-rush. Sadio Mane scored twice just after the break to give Liverpool a 2-0 victory at Chelsea who played half the game with 10 men after Danish defender Andreas Christensen was sent off. Mane's second goal came after a dreadful error by Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, fuelling speculation that the London club will confirm the signing of Rennes stopper Edouard Mendy.
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Is your UK holiday now illegal? The 24 countries you can (feasibly) visit right now Holidays may not return to normal 'for three years' How a high-tech 'health passport' could get the world moving Test4Travel: 5,000 travel businesses call for airport testing Iceland's rising infection rate now exceeds the UK's quarantine threshold figure, with a seven-day case rate of 40.3 per 100,000 population. The number has more than doubled overnight, from 19.3. The country now far surpasses the UK's threshold of 20 cases per 100,000 – beyond which, quarantine restrictions are usually triggered. Meanwhile, infection numbers in other 'travel corridor' destinations continue to climb. Greece, whose mainland is currently on the 'safe list' for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, has reported 18.1 cases per 100,000 population over the last seven days. According to data gathered by the PC Agency, Italy and Sweden – which also have travel corridor status – recorded rates of 17 and 16.4 respectively last week. Cases in Denmark, which remains on the safe list despite breaking the threshold a fortnight ago, have reached 45.3. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps is expected to update the UK's travel corridor list this Thursday. Amid growing concerns for Britain's own infection rate, staycations are also under threat. A three-week 'circuit break' lockdown, thought to be earmarked for October half term, is under consideration, while the 'rule of six' has rendered many UK holidays illegal already. Scroll down for more of today's breaking travel news.
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Taiwanese entertainer Alien Huang (Xiao Gui) died on Wednesday (16 Sept) in Beitou district, Taipei. He was 36.
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Villagers help Indian troops face Chinese forces in HimalayasBoth sides prepare for winter with little hope of diplomatic outcome to border dispute