U.K. to Open Up to Vaccinated American Travelers

LONDON—The U.K. is open to American visitors again. The government said it would allow vaccinated travelers from the U.S., and those from most of the European Union, to enter England and Scotland, the U.K.’s two biggest and most visited regions, without quarantine, hoping for an influx of late-summer tourists. The opening doesn’t apply to France, from which visitors...

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What the U.S. Can Learn From China’s Industrial Policy Mistakes—and Successes

For years “industrial policy”—encouraging the growth of specific industries with government help—was a dirty word in the U.S. Now it is one of the few things many Democrats and Republicans agree on. Separate bills moving through the U.S. Congress with bipartisan support would lift federal spending on research and development, science education, and on grants for semiconductor plants...

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Ben & Jerry’s Decision to Stop Sales in West Bank Puts Unilever in Tough Spot

Unilever PLC was engulfed in controversy Tuesday after its ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s said it would no longer sell its products in Jewish settlements located in the Israeli-occupied West Bank and contested East Jerusalem.Israel’s government called on the London-listed company to reverse its brand’s decision, with Prime Minister Naftali Bennett warning Unilever Chief Executive Alan Jope...

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Floods in Germany, Belgium Leave More Than 120 Dead as Rescuers Race to Find Survivors

BERLIN—Rescuers in Germany and neighboring countries were racing to find survivors from the region’s worst flooding in decades, as the death toll rose to more than 120 and hundreds remained missing following days of torrential rainfall.German authorities used helicopters and drones to locate survivors who fled to roofs and high ground when their homes were engulfed by flash...

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Cuba Cracks Down on Protests Amid Worst Economic Crisis in Decades

Cuba’s Communist government intensified its crackdown against demonstrators and activists on Monday, deploying security forces across the country and arresting at least 80 people, many of whose whereabouts remain unknown, activists said.Well-known dissidents and civil-rights activists are among those arrested by Cuban authorities. They included visual artist Luis Manuel Otero, poet Amaury Pacheco and José Daniel Ferrer, the...

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Philippine Military Plane Crashes, Killing Dozens

MANILA—A Philippine air force C-130 aircraft carrying combat troops assigned to fight Muslim militants crashed and exploded while landing in the south Sunday, killing at least 42 army soldiers on board and three civilians on the ground in one of the worst disasters in the air force’s history. At least 49 other soldiers were rescued with injuries and...

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