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Can Tunisia save Tourism?Transcript Tunisia has stepped up security at the beach resort where dozens of tourists were shot dead last Friday. It's already reopened for business but thousands of...
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UPDATE 2-Tunisia sees losses of $515 mln for Tourism this year after beach attack * Huge losses seen for vital Tunisian Tourism * Government earned $1.9 bln in 2014 from Tourism * Officials probing...
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Germany's second-largest city is working hard to become another Atlanta or Salt Lake City. Hamburg: News that Paris had officially entered the race to host the 2024 Olympic Games was perhaps less...
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A proposed whale-watching platform at Minnamurra Headland has been touted as providing a significant tourist attraction for the area. Up there: Cr Mark Way has lobbied council for a Minnamurra...
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A video grab from the Japan Meteorological Agency's live camera image shows smoke rising from Owakudani valley at Mt Hakone where a small volcanic erupted west of Tokyo June 30. (Reuters...
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KFC has opened an outlet in Burma, the first major western fast-food chain to launch in the once-isolated country that was ruled by the military for nearly half a century. Crowds pushed into the...
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Alamogordo police officer accused of pointed gun at workersAlamogordo police officer accused of pointed gun at workers An Alamogordo police officer has been arrested for allegedly pointed his gun at...
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Cuts and caps to merchant card fees paid to banks, being considered by the Reserve Bank, could hit airline rewards businesses hard. Qantas and Virgin Australia face revenue hits of hundreds of...
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CAIRO (AP) - For more than a decade, he was the self-styled Indiana Jones of Egypt, presiding over its antiquities and striding through temples and tombs as the star of TV documentaries that made him...
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The government has called on neighbouring countries and the international community to join forces in securing continued engagement and support for sustainable forest management of Miombo/Mopane...
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Singida — A CCM presidential hopeful who is also the Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu, has called upon the public to shun some veteran politicians within the party who...
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LASALLE Investment Management has acquired Big Top Market Fresh shopping centre on the Sunshine Coast. It is understood the Maroochydore shopping centre, owned by the Reed Property Group and the...
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The sheltering sky is again broken. For the second time in the space of few months, Tunisia, and the people that visit it have become the targets of those who play games of terror in order to achieve...
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Winston Peters. Photo by Linda Robertson The New Zealand Transport Agency's national roading programme up to 2018, announced today, includes $44 million provisional funding to upgrade four bridges in...
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Piles of diamonds and porn, Concorde and caviar: Haunting images of the crumbling palaces of Africa’s dictators where despots once lived like emperors Palaces of Mobutu Sese-Seko and the 'Emperor'...
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BEIJING – Around 30 percent of China’s Ming-era Great Wall has disappeared over time as adverse natural conditions and reckless human activities—including stealing the bricks to build houses—erode the...
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Ras Al Khaimah Free Trade Zone set for expansion In This Article Acting as an important driver of economic growth, and recently ranked as one of the best in the world, the free zone was established...
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Protesters are seen through a burned European Union flag during an anti-austerity demonstration in Greece. Photo / Bloomberg Prime Minister John Key says the Greek situation underlined his view that...
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GLASGOW’S Tourism sector is paying a higher burden in business rates according to a new report. Business leaders said one reason for the difference is down to higher than average property rental...
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The Greek financial crisis and its broader implications have become stark as Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras announced the indebted country would not repay a €1.6 billion (A$2.34 billion) loan to...
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