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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT–Schedule of Reuters features from this week

Sept 29 (Reuters) - Every week, Reuters journalists produce scores of multimedia features and human-interest stories from around the world.

Below are some stories from this week selected by our editors, as well as explanatory context and background to help you understand world headlines. For a full schedule of news and events, please go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connect.

Young Black designer dresses Colombian vice president in 'resistance' fashion

BOGOTA - Esteban Sinisterra, a young Black fashion designer from Colombia's largely poor Pacific region, is dressing Vice President Francia Marquez - the first Afro-Colombian woman to hold the post - in what he calls "resistance" fashion. (COLOMBIA-POLITICS/FASHION (TV, PIX), 271 words)

Vultures, nature's cleanup crew, get new lease of life in Cyprus

KORFI, Cyprus - Cyprus released griffon vultures into the wild in the latest attempt to boost a once-thriving population now critically endangered by poisoning. (CYPRUS-ENVIRONMENT/VULTURES (PIX, TV), 344 words)

Hong Kong prepares for surge in travel after COVID curbs ease

HONG KONG - Hong Kong is readying for a surge in travel after the global financial hub ended mandatory COVID-19 hotel quarantine for international arrivals on Monday, with travel companies reporting 10-fold jumps in requests. (HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/HONGKONG (PIX, TV), 450 words)

Schwarzenegger calls for 'fight against hate' during Auschwitz visit

OSWIECIM, Poland - Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger visited the site of the former German Nazi death camp Auschwitz in Poland, vowing to fight hatred and discrimination and keep the story of what took place there between 1940 and 1945 alive. (POLAND-AUSCHWITZ/SCHWARZENEGGER (TV, PIX), 295 words)

Katie Couric reveals breast cancer diagnosis

Former NBC "Today Show" co-host Katie Couric announced that she underwent treatment for breast cancer. (PEOPLE-KATIE COURIC/CANCER (PIX), 172 words)

Aston Martin stunt car, Daniel Craig costumes star at James Bond auction

LONDON - From an Aston Martin DB5 stunt car to costumes worn by Daniel Craig in "No Time to Die," an array of James Bond props and memorabilia are being offered at a charity auction. (BRITAIN-AUCTION/BOND (TV, PIX), 393 words)

New King Charles coins, banknotes, stamps to gradually appear in UK

LONDON - Britain will gradually see coins, banknotes and stamps bearing the image of King Charles, while the new monarch's cipher will also appear on government buildings and red mail pillar boxes, manufacturers and Buckingham Palace announced. (BRITAIN-ROYALS/KING (PIX, TV), 371 words)

Brands blast Twitter for ads next to child pornography accounts

Some major advertisers including Dyson, Mazda and chemicals company Ecolab have suspended their marketing campaigns or removed their ads from parts of Twitter because their promotions are appearing alongside tweets soliciting child pornography, the companies told Reuters. (TWITTER-CSAM/ (EXCLUSIVE, PIX), 1,236 words)

U.S. seeks allies as split emerges over global plastics pollution treaty

WASHINGTON D.C. - The United States is seeking to form a coalition of countries to drive negotiations on a global plastic pollution treaty, weeks after a similar group involving several other G7 nations was launched, according to a document seen by Reuters. (GLOBAL-PLASTIC/TREATY-USA (EXCLUSIVE, PIX), 772 words)

Climate change means the Inuit do what they've always done: Adapt

NAIN, Newfoundland - Rex Holwell has spent his life on the sea ice that forms each winter off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador in eastern Canada. Like other Inuit, he learned to hunt seals and fish from his father and other men. They would skim over the sea ice, first on dog sleds and then, by the time Holwell started accompanying them, on gasoline-powered skidoos. Holwell wants this life – and freedom – for his children. (CLIMATE-CHANGE/INUIT-SMARTICE (PIX, TV, GRAPHIC), 1,884 words)


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