A New Chapter

There is a French saying that goes les voyages forment la jeunesse ("traveling is learning"). Well in that case, I am quite happy to keep learning, at age 84: A couple of weeks ago, I traveled back to Turkey with my family to visit one of my two granddaughters who now lives near Izmir. We took the opportunity to go to Ephesus for a day, where I took this picture of the impressive Library of Celsus.

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A man standing in the rubble of a building damaged by a Saudi-led airstrike in Sanaa, Yemen.

Jane Herbelin, Anne-Sophie Goninet and Bertrand Hauger

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Welcome to Wednesday, where Tokyo gets a new COVID state of emergency, Ingrid Betancourt is running for Colombia’s presidency, and the oldest man in the world dies at age 112. Meanwhile Die Welt shows us how Germany's legendary clubbing scene looks in pandemic times.

[*Namaste - Gujarati, India]

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