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Malaysia seeks gay tourists, but targets its gay citizens

Malaysia seeks gay tourists, but targets its gay citizens

Malaysia’s tourism industry wants the country to keep attracting the money of gay and lesbian tourists, even though Malaysia keeps cracking down on its LGBT citizens. “No gays here,” says Malaysian Tourism Minister Datuk Mohammadin bin Ketapi. (B. von Jutrczenka photo courtesy of Deutsche Welle) The country even has an ...

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The world’s most sustainable tourist destinations

The world’s most sustainable tourist destinations

From banning sunscreen to requiring travellers to take an oath to act responsibly, Palau’s many efforts to protect its environment have seen it named the world’s most sustainable destination. Aerial view of deserted tropical islands, clear blue water and coral reefs, Palau, Micronesia. Image by Ippei Naoi/Getty Images The ‘World’s ...

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Gucci to Hold Cruise 2020 Show in Rome

Gucci to Hold Cruise 2020 Show in Rome

CLOSE TO HOME: Gucci is not traveling far for its cruise 2020 fashion show — instead, it has selected one of the most striking sites in Rome: the Capitoline Museums. The show will be held May 28 and the choice of the location results from creative director Alessandro Michele’s ongoing ...

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Top 20 Gorgeous And Can’t-Miss Places To Visit In Europe

Top 20 Gorgeous And Can't-Miss Places To Visit In Europe

From England and France to Germany and Italy, European countries are brimming with vibrant cities known for their restaurants, museums, architecture, and nightlife.  with such a significant number of options available, picking the correct place to spend your European getaway can be quite difficult.  That is the reason, with the ...

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Humes Program Travels Overseas Thanks to Donor

Humes Program Travels Overseas Thanks to Donor

Harris Rogers ‘21 Staff Writer Courtesy of Michaela Gibbons ‘22 While many Davidson students lounged on the beach or returned home to visit family, the students enrolled in the Davidson Humanities program, or “Humes,” embarked on a spring break trip of a different kind. Spreading out across Europe, the students ...

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The world in brief

The world in brief

Kazakhstan leader abruptly steps down MOSCOW — President Nursultan Nazarbayev, the only leader that independent Kazakhstan has ever known, abruptly announced his resignation Tuesday after three decades in power, raising uncertainty over the future course of the Central Asian country. In a televised address to the oil-rich nation, the 78-year-old ...

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