Kate Middleton’s surprising hack for traveling with George, Charlotte & Louis revealed

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The Duchess of Cambridge has proved on several occasions that her parenting techniques for her and Prince William‘s three young children are just like any other parent.

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From her calm and collected response to Prince Louis’ cheeky antics at the Jubileeto keep Princess Charlotte entertained at the Commonwealth Games this summer, the mother-of-three has even been praised for her “impressive” parenting style by Jo Frost, AKA Supernanny.

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WATCH: Kate Middleton and Prince William’s parenting rules revealed

In a video shared to TikTok on Sunday evening, The Duchess of Cambridge

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Canadian TikToker calls out Americans for ignoring Canada (VIDEOS)

A Canadian TikToker is calling out Americans for their puzzling levels of ignorance about other countries — especially their neighbors.

Edmonton-based vlogger Camille Hill posted the video on Tuesday, responding to American TikToker Lexi after the latter made a video admitting she knew nothing about Canada, and laughing about it.

Since Lexi primarily covers travel-based content, particularly hacks that would help you save money while you globetrot, many found her lack of knowledge about her neighboring country shocking.

“Americans really don’t care about foreign countries unless they’re going to go travel there and use them as their personal playground,” said Hill after watching Lexi’s video. “Canada is a full country. It’s not just there for you and your American friends to play Disneyland at, you know?”

She prefaced her video with a request to viewers about not bullying or harassing the uninformed American.

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Japan will scrap pre-arrival Covid-19 test requirement for travelers

While Japan is still not fully open to the world, the country has continued to ease its strict border restrictions. As reported by NHKthe country has confirmed ending the 72-hour pre-arrival Covid-19 test requirement for inbound travelers on Wednesday September 7. This new measure only applies to travelers who have been fully vaccinated including the booster dose.

According to a previous report by Nikkei Asia, some countries have now cut back on testing, making it difficult for people to take a pre-travel PCR test. Currently, anyone coming into Japan must show a negative test certificate taken at the most 72 hours before departure. Unlike some countries that allow people to enter with a negative antigen test, Japan only accepts certain types of test including the costly PCR method.

Meanwhile, the government is considering raising the daily cap of arrivals from the current 20,000 per day. Independent

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Bus crash in Croatia kills 12 Polish pilgrims traveling to shrine | Croatia

Twelve Polish nationals have died and 30 others were injured when a bus bound for Zagreb veered off a motorway in northern Croatia.

The injured were taken to hospitals in the area and 18 were in a serious condition, said Maja Grba Bujević, head of Croatia’s emergency services.

Sixteen emergency medical teams were dispatched to the crash site.

The Polish consulate employee Dagmara Lukovic said the bus passengers were Polish. The bus was registered in Poland, according to the Croatian interior ministry.

The Polish prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, said the bus was taking pilgrims to the Catholic shrine in Medjugorje, a town in southern Bosnia.

The shrine is Europe’s third most popular pilgrimage destination after Lourdes and Fatima, although the Vatican has not verified any of the reported miracles that witnesses claimed to have seen there.

“This morning, I spoke about the details of the tragedy with the Croatian prime

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