Tourists in Italy could face fines of up to £6,000 if they buy fake goods from beach vendors
The sellers, who are thought to mainly come from West Africa and Bangladesh, are often found on Italian beaches trying to get unsuspecting visitors to buy their cheap items.
3 monthes ago - Mail Online
Worldwide, 1 in 110 people is displaced from home. Here's what life is like for some of them
Rising quietly before dawn inside his mud-walled shack, the fisherman said a quick prayer and set off into the woods to forage for firewood. In a hut up the hill, a 12-year-old...
4 monthes ago - LA Times
How Rohingya rape survivors in Bangladesh are gaining access to reproductive care
To the editor: The article, “ ‘I didn't want this baby': Rohingya rape survivors face a harrowing choice, ” describes the plight of many women living in refugee camps in...
4 monthes ago - LA Times
Asia's newest drug war leaves more than 90 people dead in less than two weeks
A sweeping crackdown on alleged drug dealers has left at least 91 people dead in less than two weeks in Bangladesh, sparking fears of a Philippines-style “drug war” marked by...
4 monthes ago - LA Times
'The Atlas of Beauty': Mothers around the world
Now five months pregnant, photographer Mihaela Noroc has been trekking through India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Japan and South Korea, taking pictures of women, including many...
5 monthes ago - CNN
SpaceX will try again Friday to launch its newly upgraded Falcon 9 rocket
SpaceX's upgraded Falcon 9 rocket is set to make its debut Friday afternoon after a previous launch attempt ended in a scrub. The Hawthorne space company is scheduled to launch...
5 monthes ago - LA Times
The stunning shots of people in the 2018 National Geographic Travel Photographer of the Year Contest
Entries in the photography contest's People category include an incredible look at locals and travellers in the likes of Cuba, Bangladesh, India, Portugal and beyond.
5 monthes ago - Mail Online
Turkish Airlines Expands Stopover Service
Turkish Airlines offers new stopover service for passengers departing any of its nine U.S. gateways and flying to Africa, Eastern Europe, Southern Europe, Pakistan, India...
6 monthes ago - Global Traveler
Turkish Airlines' Stopover Program
Airline stopover programs become increasingly popular, as more travelers seize the opportunity to break up their itinerary with a short stay in a connecting city. Turkish...
7 monthes ago - Global Traveler
Plane carrying 71 people crashes, catches fire in Kathmandu
Officials and witnesses say a plane carrying 71 people from Bangladesh swerved erratically and flew dangerously low before crashing and erupting in flames as it landed in...
7 monthes ago - Newsday
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Inside a former top secret Cold War bunker in the heart of Latvia that is...
The bunker is located in Ligatne and has been recently opened to the public. It is 30ft underground and served as one of the USSR's strategic hideouts.
Build more homes in National Parks, says Government adviser
Government adviser Julian Glover, who is currently examining whether to add to England's ten national parks, has said that new homes needed to built in the protected areas.
7 Best Cities for Vegetarian Foodies
According to a recent Vegetarian Resource Group poll, there are about 8 million vegans and vegetarians in the United States. However, traveling on a plant-based diet is...
Daredevils can go wild on this crazy Croatian adventure
Jo Kessel faced a few of her fears during a family holiday to Split, Croatia. The trip featured some steep and rocky climbs - plus an encounter with the rapids of Dalmatia's...
Fasting in foodie Italy? It was brutal - but I lost half a stone
Pasta certainly wasn't on the menu for Mark Palmer when he visited Palace Merano in northern Italy. He embarked on a strict detox programme, which included daily hydro-mud therapy.
A taste of the royal treatment in Fiji
The Daily Mail's Mary Lussiana headed to Malolo Island. She had a taste of the royal welcome Harry and Meghan are likely to receive when they visit Fiji on Tuesday as part of a...
An Inspector Calls. A review of The Monachyle Mhor, Perthshire
Monachyle Mhor is a farmhouse-turned hotel located in the village of Lochearnhead. The Inspector gave it a four-star rating and said the food was 'sensational'.
Bridgestone Corporation to Become Worldwide Paralympic Partner
The International Paralympic Committee has announced that tire and rubber manufacturer Bridgestone Corporation will serve as the organization's seventh worldwide Paralympic...
Michael Palin wows audiences with tale of HMS Erebus
Michael Palin speaks about his new book, a history of the polar exploration vessel HMS Erebus , at The Royal Canadian Geographical Society's new headquarters at 50 Sussex Dr...
The Sights and Sounds of South India: A Traveler's Journey
From scenic beaches to quiet tea plantations and bustling street markets, South India is a treat for the senses. Here's what one traveler experienced during a journey through...