Snowdonia National Park in Wales is home to the world's longest and fastest zip line. It starts at the mountaintop and then plunges down 400 meters. Participants willing to try the ride can reach speeds of about 160 kilometers per hour!
Commuters in Germany now have a chance to ride the world's first hydrogen train as the country moves to replace old diesel-powered engines. Instead of exhaust fumes, hydrogen trains produce only water.
The United Arab Emirates has broken records with the opening of the world's longest zip line. With it it the small Emirate Ras al-Khaimah hopes,in terms of tourism, to step out of the shadow of its big neighbor Dubai.
Hong Kong and Macau are battening down the hatches as the super typhoon hits southern China. Mangkhut left at least 64 people dead in the Philippines, as it smashed property, tore down power lines, and caused landslides.
French train maker Alstom has rolled out the world's first hydrogen-powered train on a regular route in Germany, in a push to challenge the reign of polluting diesel trains with costlier but more eco-friendly technology.
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