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African nations in high school

Exploring twitter a few days back, we stumbled across one of the most interesting, funny and amazingly accurate hashtags we’ve seen in a while. #AfricanNationsInHighSchool used high school analogies to look at African current affairs in a rather different way – as Twitter users joked about their countries’ politics.…

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Storms batter UK as Met Office puts warnings in place

Gales and rain have returned to the UK, causing further disruption to transport and the power network.

There are around 13,000 homes still without power in the UK after almost 25,000 were reconnected overnight, the Energy Networks Association said.…

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Norwegian signs long-term Gatwick deal

Norwegian and Gatwick has announced a long term commercial partnership that will see the airline grow its business at the airport.

Norwegian started UK operations at Gatwick in 2009, moving‎ from Stansted Airport.…

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Ryanair boss defends company’s controversial practices

Ever travelled with Ryanair? Then you’ll definitely have an opinion on their services. Have a watch of Ryanair chief executive officer Michael O’Leary speaking on BBC’s Newsnight about getting cheap publicity, being misunderstood and his macho culture.…

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Passengers able to use gadgets for entire flight

Aviation regulators have cleared the safe use of mobile devices during take-off and landing for US airlines.

US carriers are expected to let passengers use smartphones, tablets, and e-book readers from gate to gate by the end of the year.…

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Australia declares fire emergency

A state of emergency has been declared in New South Wales as Australian firefighters battle bushfires that have already destroyed more than 200 homes.

The announcement comes as conditions look set to deteriorate with soaring temperatures and strong winds expected to fan the flames in the coming days.…

Cyclone Phailin: Mass evacuations in eastern India

More than 400,000 people in India have been evacuated as a massive cyclone sweeps through the Bay of Bengal towards the east coast.

Cyclone Phailin, categorised as “very severe” by weather forecasters, is expected to hit Orissa and Andhra Pradesh states on Saturday evening.…

Ryanair fined 9m euros by French court

A French court has fined Ryanair more than 8m euros after ruling the low-cost airline had broken local labour laws.

A court in southern France, which also fined the company 200,000 euros, awarded the damages after ruling that Ryanair had illegally given locally based staff Irish contracts in order to save money on payroll and other taxes.…

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Spain

Things to see in Costa Brava in 2014

Spain as a whole is a very popular destination for holiday goers. But as there are simply so many places to choose from, here's a suggestion: Costa Brava. It’s filled to the brim with beautiful scenic places, and it has its fair share of fantastically interesting attractions. Read below to…

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Thailand

Thailand’s prostitute problem

Women hold up signs indicating their weight, age and any skills they have. Madams keep a watchful eye from the doorway of the club, while between ten and twenty young women, all identically dressed in tight tank-top, mini-skirt and high heels, chat by the side of the road, occasionally rising…

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Palestine

Jerusalem through the eyes of a non-believer

Jerusalem is an amazing place. Upon entering the towering walls of the old city and stumbling upon arguably the most historic, culturally significant and important land on this earth - you are awe struck. This place shaped man/woman, no doubt. Photo by Benjamin Zand © Such incredible religious…

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Egypt

Exploring Aswan, Egypt

Aswan is a lovely destination in Egypt. It’s the smallest of the 3 major tourist resorts in Egypt, which makes a big difference. You won’t find a lack of tourists, but you’ll be able to relax here. It’s a very easy location in Egypt to reach; you’ll find direct flights…

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Features

5 things no one tells you about…

1. YOU CAN BUY EVERYTHING OUT THERE - You see all that expensive equipment and gear…

One day in: Venice (INFOGRAPHIC)

Where to go if you have one day in Venice. See the best of the…

It's time to visit Palestine

So, I've just returned from a fascinating trip to Israel and Palestine - honestly one…

One day in: Ho Chi Minh City

Top class food to trendy nightclubs and beautiful scenery - Ho Chi Minh City has…

Exploring Tenerife's wild side

Tenerife is filled with an endless amount of things to see - from Europe’s biggest…

Infographic: What to take when hiking the…

Need to know what to pack when hiking the Alps? Look no further. Here's exactly…

Travel tips

Gear and Globe Trotting: Safari Photography

Photographing wildlife has been the most challenging and heartbreaking exercise I’ve ever undertaken in all of my traveling. Truth be…

Top 5 Pet-Friendly Destinations in the US

BLOWING ROCK, NORTH CAROLINA Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, Moses Cone Manor and Memorial Park is paradise for horse lovers.…

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