New corridor found in Cheops pyramid, could be discovery of the century

The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities and the Scan Pyramids project team have announced that they have discovered a corridor in the pyramid of Cheops, which could lead to the pharaoh's burial chamber, hitherto a mystery, and his mummy, which has not yet been found. Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass, during a press conference at which the discovery was unveiled, explained that the corridor is an inverted V-shaped tunnel that is 9 metres long and 2.10 metres wide and is located behind the main entrance. According to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, this could truly be the discovery of the century.

Ilang Kapuso Stars at Beauty Queens, tampok sa PHL Independence Day Celebration sa New York City | UB

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Cebu Pacific slashes international fares to P488 until June 11

Caught the travel bug? It’s a good time to book a flight now as airline companies welcomed June with seat sales you wouldn’t want to miss. Cebu Pacific, for one, has just slashed its one-way base fares to select destinations across the globe. With the travel deal, you can explore international gems like Taipei, Seoul, Hong Kong, and Singapore from ...

Manila Cathedral to offer free guided tours on Independence Day

The Manila Cathedral in Intramuros will hold an open house on Independence Day, June 12, giving the public free access to its premises. In a Facebook post on June 6, The Manila Cathedral said the public may visit the crypt, choir loft, roof deck, and more. The church also said it will give free guided tours to interested parties at 10:00 a.m. and 3...

Cessna A-37 Dragonfly: The Vietnam Veteran in Service in South America

Did you know that the Cessna A-37 Dragonfly, a fighter jet derived from the T-37 training aircraft, is one of the oldest attack aircraft still in service in South America? O post Cessna A-37 Dragonfly: The Vietnam Veteran in Service in South America apareceu primeiro em TechBreak.

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CAAP bars flights 10,000 feet from Kanlaon surface

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) on Tuesday prohibited flights from operating 10,000 feet from the surface of Kanlaon Volcano on Negros Island due to its ongoing unrest. In a statement, CAAP said it updated its Notices to Airmen (NOTAM)—which previously only covered the areas of Mayon Volcano and Taal Volcano— but now also included Kanlaon Volcano. “The CAAP has updated its Notices to Airmen (NOTAM) to inform and alert...

Why did giant rubber ducks appear in Hong Kong waters?

It has now been 10 years since his first visit to Hong Kong and now he is back, bringing a friend with him. We are talking about the giant Rubber Duck Project by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, which will return to the city in June. The sea trial, which took place on 25 May in Tsing Yi, Hong Kong, was the first step towards the presentation of the beloved art installation at Victoria Harbour next month.The Rubber Duck Project consists quite simply of inflatable rubber ducks that measure 16.5 metres and travel around the world to use each location's body of water as a personal bathtub.

What commuters need to know about the McKinley Hill-San Lorenzo COMET buses

Here are the full trip schedules

Saddam Hussein's mega yacht: from most luxurious jewel in the sea to wreck used for picnics

Upside down in a river in southern Iraq lies the rusting wreck of a yacht that had belonged to Saddam Hussein. The Al Mansur was a symbol of Saddam's wealth and power when it was built in the 1980s. Today it is visited by tourists and fishermen who climb aboard the wreck to picnic and drink tea.It is a 120-metre megayacht designed for ocean voyages. Built by the former Wärtsila shipyard in Finland, it was delivered in 1983. In 2003, a few weeks before the US invasion, Saddam himself ordered the yacht to be transferred to the port of Basra to protect it from attack. However, it was a vain attempt because Al Mansur was heavily bombed during a raid on 27 March 2003. Since then, the yacht fell into disgrace and slowly began to capsize on its side.

The best of Bruges travel

The Medieval- and Renaissance-era buildings and cobblestone streets of this quaint Belgian city tell only half the story. Known as the Venice of the North, this place is also laced with canals in many areas. Lacework, along with beer and chocolates, has also placed Bruges on the tourist radar. But perhaps among the city's greatest contributions to ...

Indonesia pushes tourism to boost mangrove restoration

JAKARTA— Tourists in Indonesia are discovering the benefits of mangroves as the archipelago pushes to replant or conserve carbon-rich coastal areas that have been decimated by human activity. Connie Sihombing, a 50-year-old resident of Jakarta, does not mind that she can hear traffic or planes flying above as she paddles her kayak through murky waters and […]

Plan your dream trip to Amalfi

Amalfi, Italy, is famous for the beautiful buildings and structures it features. The most famous of them all is the Duomo di Amalfi. It is a medieval cathedral that sports an 1800s facade and architecture. Visitors will love taking pictures here as they admire its beauty and its picturesque views Explore more about these beautiful destinations on M...

California threatens legal action over migrant flights

California Governor Gavin Newsom appeared to threaten his Florida counterpart Ron DeSantis with kidnapping charges Monday, as a second planeload of migrants arrived via private jet in state capital Sacramento. A second planeload of around 20 migrants, mainly from Venezuela, arrived in Sacramento on Monday, the New York Times reported.

Holiday in America? Ten foods to try on your trip

While on holiday in America, one of the most exciting moments is definitely the chance to try the typical dishes of the different regions.From the delicious specialities of the south-east coast like fried chicken and roasted cashews, to the unique flavours of the Midwest like chilli con carne and cornbread, to the delicious dishes of the west coast like fresh fish and Tex-Mex burritos, every area of the US has something special to offer. If you want to enjoy something unique for the holidays, you might try specialities like southern barbecue, Chicago pizza or Boston clam chowder. In this gallery we suggest 10 foods to try if you go to America.

Dreaming of a Trujillo vacation?

Trujillo (/truːˈhiːjoʊ/ troo-HEE-yoh, Spanish: [tɾuˈxiʝo]; Quechua: Truhillu) is a city in coastal northwestern Peru and the capital of the Department of La Libertad. It is the third most populous city and center of the third most populous metropolitan area of Peru. It is located on the banks of the Moche River, near its mouth at the Pacific Ocean,...

Where to go & what to do in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton (/ˌwʊlvərˈhæmptən/ ) is a city, metropolitan borough, and administrative centre in the West Midlands, England. At the 2011 census, it had a population of 249,470. People from the city are called "Wulfrunians". Explore more about these beautiful destinations on Microsoft Travel. Whether you’re looking solo travel, mountain treks, or ju...

A Rare Philippine-Native Terrestrial Ground Orchid Was Spotted in Masungi for the First Time

These orchids are best known for their beautiful bronze flowers.

Some of the world's most dangerous airports

Flying by plane is often the only option, especially when the destination is far away.Most cities offer suitable places for take-off and landing, but the situation is different for some locations where runways have little space, making stopovers very dangerous.Destinations in the middle of nature, surrounded by mountains, located in icy areas or at very high altitudes, for example, can provide airports where manoeuvres are particularly challenging, despite the modernisation carried out in these areas. Here are some of the most dangerous airports in the world, even for the most experienced pilots.

Ready to get away to Maldives?

"Tropical oasis," "paradise on earth," "bucket-list destination": Get ready to trot out the clichés, because when it comes to the Maldives every one of them is accurate. The sheer beauty of the coral reefs, the translucent ever-changing colors of the Indian Ocean, the isolation, indigenous vegetation and friendly people are legendary, and rightly s...

World on your doorstep

OVER the weekend, the European Union contingent in the country held its Euro Village festival at Capitol Commons Park in Pasig City, an event that was by all appearances a great success. It certainly was the most fun I've had in some time; having the chance to eat foods that usually exist only as memories, practice some very rusty language skills and not be the tallest or whitest person in the crowd for a change was deeply satisfying. All fun...

Take A Walk Through British Motorcycling History At The Craven Collection

This hidden gem of a museum houses a personal collection of over 250 running, riding motorcycles.

The 5 best food experiences in Zaragoza

Zaragoza Zaragoza is known for its rich historical significance and cultural attractions. The city has well-preserved archaeological sites, centuries-old churches, and art museums. The Basilica of Our Lady of Pilar is an iconic attraction of the city. It is a famous pilgrimage church in Spain and contains the shrine of the Virgin Mary. Another must...

Travel stocks boosted as Americans get ready to go on vacation this summer -- Americans are gearing up to hit the road this summer. More than a quarter plan to increase their spending on leisure travel in the next three months, according to the U.S. Travel Association. That's up from 19% in the first...

Heads Up, Commuters: You Can Now Hop on an Electric Bus From Makati to McKinley Hill

Take advantage of free rides from June 5 to 17.

Chance to buy landmark Yorkshire crag is ‘genuinely unique opportunity’

Chance to buy landmark Yorkshire crag is ‘genuinely unique opportunity’ - Kilnsey Crag is one of the best-known sights in the Yorkshire Dales and a magnet for rock climbers.

Airasia's latest sale has flights starting at just P66

That dream trip to Tokyo and Seoul just got a little closer in reach as more airline companies are joining the 6.6 mid-year sales. Starting June 5th until the 10th, AirAsia will offer one-way base fares for as low as P66 to select domestic and international destinations. And the good thing here is the travel period covers until the -ber months! The...

Walt Disney's Standoff with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

In summary, Walt Disney never wanted a war with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, but the right-wing political leader went after the company after its former CEO Bob Chapek made a statement criticizing DeSantis' so-called ""don't say gay"" legislation. DeSantis has made a series of petty moves against Disney, but Disney CEO Bob Iger made it clear that his company had other options for its billions of dollars. Disney followed up on this by pulling a $1...

Manila Cathedral to hold open house tour

MANILA, Philippines — The Manila Cathedral will offer guided tours to different parts of the cathedral after three years since the COVID pandemic. The public will be given free access to different areas of the cathedral on June 12 to make people “appreciate its rich history and contributions to our culture,” Manila Cathedral Rector Monsignor Rolly de la Cruz said over the weekend. “Restricted areas will be made accessible to the people so they...

Alcatraz: the prison's true stories and myths

4, patay nang bumagsak ang private plane sa bundok sa Virginia

4, patay nang bumagsak ang private plane sa bundok sa Virginia

Philippines, Israel to have direct flights to boost tourism

President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. and Israeli Foreign Minister Eliyahu Cohen have agreed to establish direct flights between Manila and Tel Aviv. During a meeting in Malacañang on Monday, Cohen told the President that direct flights between the Philippines and Israel could enhance the countries' economic and tourism relations. "There’s another thing that we, both of us, took for an action item - (it) is to have a direct flight… your...

Normandy marks D-Day's 79th anniversary, honors WWII veterans

ON OMAHA BEACH, France (AP) — An overwhelming sound of gunfire and men’s screams. That’s how World War II veteran Marie Scott described D-Day as ceremonies were to honor those who fought for freedom in the largest naval, air and land operation in history. On Tuesday, the whistling sound of the wind accompanied many reenactors who came at dawn on Omaha Beach to mark the 79th anniversary of the assault that led to the liberation of France and...

Second flight arrives in Sacramento carrying migrants with Florida documents

By Ted Hesson and Kristina Cooke SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A flight carrying about 20 migrants landed in Sacramento, California, on Monday as state authorities investigated the role Florida had played in transporting them from Texas via New Mexico, according to the California attorney general's office and news reports. The migrants carried documents that indicated their transportation involved

Hindu worshippers, umakyat at nag-alay ng pagkain sa crater ng Mt. Bromo Volcano | UB

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Manila estuary in focus at PH Pavilion in Venice Architecture Biennale

A BAMBOO installation inspired by Metro Manila's longest creek is now on display inside the Philippine Pavilion at the 18th International Architecture of La Biennale di Venezia, better known as the Venice Architecture Biennale, which opened in May and will run until late November. Located at the Arsenale, the installation is called "Tripa de Gallina: Guts of Estuary." It is mounted by The Architecture Collective (TAC), composed of Bien Alvarez,...

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The best left wings in the world: Top 10 in photos

The specialized portal FourFourTwo has ranked the world's 10 best left wings.

Halos 3 metro na catfish, nahuli sa Mantua, Italy | BT

Hindi makapaniwala ang lalaking iyan matapos makahuli ng isang malaking catfish o hito! Balitanghali is the daily noontime newscast of GTV anchored by Raffy Tima and Connie Sison. It airs Mondays to Fridays at 11:00 AM (PHL Time). For more videos from Balitanghali, visit #GMAIntegratedNews #KapusoStream Breaking news and stories from the Philippines and abroad: GMA Integrated News Portal: Facebook: TikTok: Twitter: Instagram: GMA Network Kapuso programs on GMA Pinoy TV:

Air travel seen to soar in 2023

ISTANBUL: Airlines will return to profit and fly a near-record 4.35 billion passengers this year, but the sector's post-pandemic recovery remains fragile, an industry group said on Monday. The industry is forecast to post net profits totally $9.8 billion in 2023, or double previous estimates, boosted by the end of China's Covid restrictions, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The association added that its 2022...

A monk seal puts on a show on the beach: bathers in celebration

Celebration among bathers all along the Israeli coast, where a very tender monk seal has been making the rounds of all the country's beaches for weeks now, indulging in a few hours of leisure and rest in the sun.The media immediately dubbed her Julia, and bathers now regard her as one of a kind. She first appeared in Jaffa, a seaside resort now part of the Tel Aviv conurbation. After a few days of absence, she turned up again on the beaches of Gaza.The Gaza fishermen's association - Israeli television Channel 13 reports - immediately appealed to the population not to harass it in any way, as it is a very rare species in this area.

The Guide to Applying for a Canadian Visa

From the type of visa you need to documents you have to submit.

What’s the Caribbean without its beaches? But the people are losing access to them

Walk along a Caribbean beach, which may stretch for miles, and your stroll is guaranteed to be cut short by an angry hotel security guard. In recent years, the Caribbean has seen a worrying trend of governments readily selling off assets to foreign corporations and political financiers. Prime real estate, protected land and valuable resources are being relinquished without consideration for long-term consequences. It raises questions about...

PBBM, First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos, pinangunahan ang pagbubukas ng dalawang museo sa Malacañang

PBBM, First Lady Liza Araneta-Marcos, pinangunahan ang pagbubukas ng dalawang museo sa Malacañang

Mga eroplano, pinaiiwas muna ng CAAP na lumipad malapit sa Taal at Mayon

Mga eroplano, pinaiiwas muna ng CAAP na lumipad malapit sa Taal at Mayon

Ultimate Madrid travel guide

The statue of the Bear and the Strawberry Tree standing on one side of Puerta del Sol is considered a symbol of Madrid. The city is full of great monuments, like the royal palace, the Plaza Mayor or the many statuettes, and for people interested in art, the museum Del Prado, Reina Sofia or Thyssen has some of the most fantastic collections of famou...

Get the greatest grub when you travel to Hyderabad

Weekends Resort in El Nido, Palawan | Preview Tour | PREVIEW

Looking to discover the wonders of El Nido without breaking the bank? Weekends Resort is a practical option for city folks seeking to escape the bustle of the metropolis and instead, breathe salty air and relax to the sound of waves. Press play to watch this special episode of Preview Tour!