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Hong Kong paralyzed by flash flooding after heaviest rainfall since 1884 | CNN » Record-breaking rainfall in Hong Kong caused widespread flash flooding across the financial hub on Friday, with many businesses and schools forced to shut, just days after the city was battered by a typhoon. Cnn.com

80,000 in Hong Kong protest Manila bus deaths » An estimated 80,000 Hong Kongers marched Sunday in honor of eight locals killed in a bus hijacking in Manila, denouncing the Philippine government for botching the rescue operation. Nbcnews.com

N.Y. officers lead 60 stranded tourists to safety through deadly blizzard » The individuals were on a tour bus heading to Washington, D.C., when the vehicle diverged from the road and got wedged into a snow bank Police1.com

Scorecard » Our Global Traffic Scorecard provides detailed of transportation insights and ranks the world’s most congested cities. View our global traffic scorecard here. Inrix.com

I went on a ‘bus ride to nowhere’ | CNN » Flight to nowhere. Cruise to nowhere. And now … a bus ride to nowhere. Cnn.com

American tourists stranded in Machu Picchu as deadly unrest hits Peru » Violent protests erupted following the ouster and detention of President Pedro Castillo, who had sought to dissolve Parliament in a last-minute power grab. Nbcnews.com

Cruises quarantined, flights stopped: Why risk of Americans getting coronavirus at airports, cruises, theme parks is still low » The United States State Department told Americans not to travel to China Friday because of the coronavirus outbreak that has infected more than 24,000 people globally, and caused more than 490 deaths. There are still a lot of questions about how the virus is spreading, but here's what travelers need to know about the risk of catching coronavirus. Cnbc.com

New Hong Kong bus tour is meant to put people to sleep » The Sleeping Bus Tour is a 5-hour, 47-mile ride to nowhere on a double-decker bus. It's designed for people who are easily put to sleep on moving vehicles. Passengers can bring pillows and blankets. Ctpublic.org

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