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IATA: Airline passenger demand rebounds in October

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for October showing that demand (measured in revenue passenger kilometers, or RPKs) rose...

India: Visitors on tourist visa should not engage in journalistic activities

NEW DELHI, India - Observing that many foreigners visiting India on tourist visa are involved in journalistic activities, the Union home ministry on Wednesday asked all state governments and concerned

Journalists to be expelled from Libya; 2 deported from Bahrain

More than 20 foreign journalists were told that they would have to leave Libya within 24 hours, National Public Radio said today.

UN condemns violence against journalists in Libya

The top United Nations human rights official today condemned the detention and possible torture of three journalists working for the British Broadcasting Corporation by Libyan security forces, stressi

Somali Islamist movement imposes ban on journalists

MOGADISHU, Somalia - The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) today protests the decision of Islamist movement to ban journalists working for Radio Shabelle, an independent radio station in Mo

UN: Journalists working in conflict areas need better protection

The United Nations agency mandated to defend freedom of expression and press freedom today called for improved safety for journalists and other media professionals working in areas of conflict or soci

Middle East journalists arrive in Seychelles to follow up on presentations...

The Seychelles participation at the 2010 Dubai’s Arabian Travel Market is paying immediate dividends with a group of five journalists coming from the four corners of the Middle East arriving in the

Coordinated bombs strike Baghdad hotels

A series of bombs targeting at least three hotels rocked Baghdad Monday afternoon, in the latest of four large-scale bombing attacks carried out since the summer and ahead of March parliamentary elect

GCC journalists say goodbye to Saudi Arabia

The Gulf Tourist Information convoy concluded its visit to the city of Jeddah yesterday.

European journalists give Armenia the thumbs up

A group of nine prominent European journalists undertaking a 5-day trip to Armenia recently, as part of a UNWTO-supported familiarization trip, gave the country a big thumbs up.

Tiananmen Square: Yes to tourists, no to journalists

Beijing – On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre of 20 years ago, the place where the slaughter was carried out is today shrouded in a security blanket with thousands of uniformed and p

Darren Shannon and Andrew Compart join Aviation Week

NEW YORK - Veteran aviation journalists Darren Shannon and Andrew Compart have joined Aviation Week's commercial editorial team as senior editors based in Washington, DC.
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