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28 Aug 2021
At this cafe in Tokyo, robots are intended to be more than a gimmick, offering job opportunities to people with disabilities unable to work outside their homes.
9 Jun 2021
Parisians are delighted as indoor dining resumes for the first time in months after France relaxed coronavirus rules.
30 Sep 2020
Dog owners in Saudi Arabia can now enjoy a cup of coffee alongside their beloved pets at a new cafe -- a first for the ultra-conservative kingdom.
13 Jun 2020
France is continuing to cautiously open up following a nearly two-month lockdown. In Paris, there's a welcome sense of normalcy as people once again fill the capital's famous café terraces. Genie Godula and Florence Villeminot explore how that works with social distancing rules. Also, the Eiffel Tower and cinemas are getting ready to re-open, but strict hygiene rules will apply there too. Finally, will the French be able to celebrate the cherished Fête de la musique music festival? Find out in this edition of French Connections.
15 Jan 2019
A cafe in an upscale neighbourhood in Cairo offers customers a hot drink and a warm meal as well as the opportunity to draw, sing, or play musical instruments.

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