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17 Aug 2020
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday.⁣
18 Jul 2020
As countries all over the world continue to open establishments and businesses it is a known fact that things won’t be the same. ⁣Here are a few changes you could see at your favourite bars, nightclubs, and resorts as more businesses open.⁣⁣
12 May 2020
Seoul has once again closed down its bars and nightclubs after an increase in coronavirus infections was linked back to the South Korean capital’s entertainment district. Most new cases have been traced back to one man.
14 Jun 2017
In Nigeria, traditional robes, collarless shirts and long tunics used to be seen as clothing for the old. But in recent years, traditional clothing -- or "trad" as it's been dubbed -- is a regular sight at business meetings, weddings and nightclubs as men's fashion goes back to its roots.

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