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Tourism shows signs of recovery in Egypt

CAIRO, Feb 19 ― Tourists are slowly returning to Egypt, easing pressure on a key sector battered by years of turmoil and the 2015 bombing of a plane carrying Russian holidaymakers. “There...

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Movie and TV-inspired location tours to inspire during Oscar season

LOS ANGELES, Feb 19 ― Oscar season casts the spotlight not only on Hollywood’s leading men and women but also on supporting actors, including a film’s setting. With the most important...

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Flight of the flamingos

WALVIS BAY (Namibia), Feb 19 — We are desperately seeking Namibia’s famed flamingos. The pier at the German town of Swakopmund, a coastal city caught between the Atlantic Ocean and the...

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Spring break ideas for budget, student and family travellers

NEW YORK, Feb 19 ― Cancun is set to be one of the most popular spring destinations this year, while sun seekers can save up to 20 per cent off their travel to Panama City Beach and Miami,...

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Skip the crowds and save money at these alternative ski resorts

NEW YORK, Feb 19 — You’re a beginner skier who won’t be hitting any black diamond run soon. Or, you’re looking for a ski holiday that won’t break the bank. Instead of shelling out a...

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Slip into costume at these four world’s best carnival destinations

Eurostar implements facial recognition for Paris passengers

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