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People take selfies while riding camels in Mesaieed, Qatar, Nov. 26, 2022. Throngs of World Cup fans in Qatar looking for something to do between games are leaving Doha for a classic Gulf tourist experience: riding a camel in the desert. But the sudden rise in tourists is putting pressure on the animals, who have almost no time to rest between each ride. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

World Cup frenzy puts strain on Qatar’s camels

- Associated Press

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A man looks on as lava erupts from Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2022, near Hilo, Hawaii. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)

Viewers flock to eruption of world’s largest volcano

- Associated Press


FILE - In this Aug. 7, 2017 file photo, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer informs a migrant couple of the location of a legal border station, shortly before they illegally crossed from Champlain, N.Y., to Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec, using Roxham Road. In the first nine months of 2022, the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada finalized more than 2,700 claims by Mexican asylum seekers. Of those, 1,032 were accepted, 1,256 were rejected; and the remaining 400-plus were either abandoned, withdrawn, or had other outcomes, said Christian Tessier, an IRB spokesperson. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

Mexican asylum seekers set their sights north — on Canada

- Associated Press


Canadian Modar Safar of Gilbert, Ontario ties closed his tent at a site in Al Khor, Qatar, Wednesday, Nov. 23, 2022. For scores of foreign soccer fans, the road to the World Cup in Doha starts every morning at a barren campsite in the middle of the desert. Visitors who found hotels in central Doha booked up or far beyond their budget have settled for the faraway, dust-blown tent village in Al Khor, where there are no locks on tents nor beers on draft. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)

Remote desert camps house World Cup fans on a budget

- Associated Press



Specially equipped cars sit in a parking lot Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn. In a study, the cars' cruise control was modified to react to the overall flow of traffic using artificial intelligence. The aim is to influence a phenomenon called a phantom traffic jam — the start-and-stop congestion on crowded roads that has no obvious cause. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Researchers: AI in connected cars eased rush hour congestion

- Associated Press



Travelers wheel the bags past the line for TSA screening in Terminal B at Logan International Airport, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022, in Boston. Travel experts say the ability of many people to work remotely is letting them take off early for Thanksgiving or return home later. Crowds are expected to rival those of 2019, the last Thanksgiving before the pandemic. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Thanksgiving travel rush is back with some new habits

- Associated Press

Hector Garcia, 59, of Glendale Heights, Illinois, poses for a photo during an official U.S. Soccer fan party at the FIFA World Club ahead of a group B soccer match between the United States and Wales, in Doha, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2022. He plans to attend 28 games during the 2022 FIFA World Cup. (AP Photo/Ashley Landis)

American fans give up Thanksgiving to travel to World Cup

- Associated Press

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