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Football: Chelsea beat Barcelona 2-1 in Rakuten Cup

Football: Chelsea beat Barcelona 2-1 in Rakuten Cup

Tammy Abraham struck late in the first half, while Ross Barkley scored with nine minutes left, as Chelsea beat Barcelona 2-1 in a Rakuten Cup clash on Tuesday. Croatian forward Ivan Rakitic pulled a goal back for the Spanish giants with a long-range strike in injury time, drawing the loudest ...

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The High Tatras – a destination of unforgettable moments

The High Tatras – a destination of unforgettable moments

If you haven’t had the opportunity to visit Slovakia’s spectacular mountain range, please find a few suggestions of what to see and experience. The High Tatras attract tourists from around the world because they offer a wide variety of both leisurely and adrenaline-fueled activities. Everybody from adrenaline junkies and history ...

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Kiwi family’s first African adventure

Kiwi family's first African adventure

Peter Reeves and his wife quit their jobs to travel the world with their two kids: Today, they make their first trip to Africa. Emanuel, Matilde, and I are sitting on top of a Camel overlooking the Mediterranean Sea with the outline of the European coastline in the far distance, ...

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European adventure for a dozen Wales YFC members

A TOTAL of 12 members of Wales YFC are currently travelling around Europe on an inter-railing trip which is part of the Wales YFC international programme. The team flew from Manchester Airport to Zagreb, Croatia on Saturday, August 10, and they will be travelling around some of Europe’s major cities ...

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Review: Thai Airways A350 Business Class

Review: Thai Airways A350 Business Class

And now it’s time for a review of the MVP of this trip, in my opinion. Actually, there might be one more pleasant surprise coming up after this. To get back to Europe I was flying Thai Airways’ A350-900 to Milan. While Thai Airways has several destinations in Europe, this ...

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Spanish museum, California in court over disputed Nazi art

Spanish museum, California in court over disputed Nazi art

JOHN ROGERS Associated Press Seventy-nine years ago a Jewish woman named Lilly Cassirer surrendered her family’s priceless Camille Pissarro painting to the Nazis in exchange for safe passage out of Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. On Tuesday her great-grandson was in a U.S. courtroom for the latest round of what ...

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