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Two New Zealand companies run by a father and son have been slapped with big fines after selling faked goods that cost little to produce to tourists for thousands of dollars.
Dubai Police Commander-in-Chief Dhahi Khalfan Tamim has called for an inspection campaign against dodgy tourism companies and those he described as ring leaders involved in human trafficking.
A tourist in Italy who thought she was on to a bargain when she bought a fake Louis Vuitton purse from a beach vendor for €7 (£5.70) has been slapped with a €1,000 fine as part of a draconian sum
This year the Environment Agency have arrested 12 people in connection with the illegal export of waste, compared to just one last year.
European Union regulators vowed to seek tougher oversight of airlines and airports for lost luggage as part of a campaign to bolster passenger rights.