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

Oct 1 (Reuters) – Every week, Reuters journalists produce scores of multimedia features and human-interest stories from around the world.Below are some engaging stories selected by our editors, as well as explanatory context and background on world headlines. For a full schedule of news and events, please go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connect here.Frenchman says tattoos cost him kindergarten teaching jobPALAISEAU, Sept 28 – A schoolteacher whose body, face and tongue are covered in tattoos and who has had the whites of his eyes surgically turned black said he was prevented from teaching at a French kindergarten after a parent complained he scared their child. (FRANCE-TATTOO/TEACHER (TV, PIX), by Lucien Libert, 325 words)“Big opportunity”: Cuba’s entrepreneurs reinvent to survive pandemicHAVANA, Sept 30 – From a restaurant mixing take-away cocktails to a cosmetics company delivering home-made products by bicycle, Cuba’s entrepreneurs – no strangers to hardship – are coping with the coronavirus shutdown in innovative ways. (HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CUBA-ENTREPRENEURS (FEATURE, TV, PIX), by Marc Frank and Anett Rios, 701 words)Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a flying paramedicLONDON, Sept 29 – Paramedics in England’s remote, rugged Lake District region have been testing a jet suit that gets them to people in danger or distress in a fraction of the time it would take to travel by car or on foot. (BRITAIN-JETSUIT/RESCUE (TV), moved, 301 words)Oregon inmates find redemption in fighting wildfiresPAISLEY, Sept 29 – In the flames, they are find
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