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Travel hits and misses: Jordan Mooney

Travel hits and misses: Jordan Mooney

Hit I was at the end of my tether, travelling around Europe, with only $20 to my name. My plan was to arrive in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and begin busking, doing my coalminer human statue act. It was Sunday and the town square was alive with markets and festivities, I dropped ...

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Douglas Murray heads to Australia alongside Dr Cornel West

He declares as much in the opening line of his latest book, in which he laments that the leaders of western Europe are allowing the cultural flame of the continent to be extinguished through mass migration, in particular from the Muslim world. The controversial assertion underpins the book, The Strange ...

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NBA Summer Vacation Watch: All-Inclusive Rookies

NBA Summer Vacation Watch: All-Inclusive Rookies

There is a time right around now in the grand scheme of summer vacation where the big ones have been taken and the biggest have yet to go away or, even better, go away again. It then falls on the fresh shoulders of those not yet beleaguered by their first ...

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Ryanair pilot strike grounds 400 flights across Europe

Ryanair pilot strike grounds 400 flights across Europe

Hundr of Ryanair flights have been cancelled today as a result of a 24-hour walk-out by pilots in Ireland, Germany, Sweden, Belgium and the Netherlands in a dispute over pay and conditions. The airline said it would be scrapping some 400 out of 2,400 European flights scheduled for today as ...

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Rolls-Royce Motor Cars arrives in Europe’s summer hotspots

Rolls-Royce Motor Cars will return to the most celebrated enclaves of the Mediterranean coastline with a selection of exquisite motor vehicles for the influential and wealthy to experience. The marque will work in collaboration with a small group of trusted and noteworthy partners to present its full portfolio of motor ...

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Ryanair flights: 146 cancelled on Friday due to pilot strike

Ryanair flights: 146 cancelled on Friday due to pilot strike

Belgium – 104 flights cancelled Pilots in Belgium announced their intention to strike on 1 August in solidarity with Irish pilots. The pilot union BeCa said in a statement that they “call all Ryanair pilots based in Belgium to support their Irish colleagues and to join the strike action that ...

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Foreign tourists taking keen interest to travel to Bengal

Foreign tourists taking keen interest to travel to Bengal

A good number of tourists from Europe and parts of Far East are taking keen interest in travelling to West Bengal during the Durga Pujas, which is being promoted by the state as the “largest festival in the world”. Karan Anand, head-relationships of a top of the line tour operator, ...

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