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Gleam of hope for tourism

On March 27, all roads led to Mombasa, Kenya, for a joint business meeting organized by Uganda and Kenya and the two Presidents of...

PM Hotel Group announces senior leadership promotions

PM Hotel Group today announced three senior leadership promotions. The company's executive team is expanding with the promotions of Seon Heo and Fran Owen...

WTTC Global Summit: President Obama was a disappointment for many

U.S. President Barak Obama was the most expected speaker at the ongoing World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) summit in Seville today. More than 1500...

WTTC 19th Global Summit final program: Changemakers including President Obama meet...

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s (WTTC) will be heading to Seville, Spain this week to attend the  19th Global Summit of WTTC on...

Brazil’s former president Michel Temer arrested

Brazil’s former president Michel Temer has been arrested as part of a sweeping anti-corruption probe, media reports say. Temer took the office in 2016...

WTTC: Travel and Tourism is Zambia’s 2018 fastest-growing national economic sector

The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) is getting ready for its Annual Summit in Seville next month, and Africa will be happy. Report after...

WTTC: African tourism sector booming

Travel & Tourism in Africa is booming, growing 5.6% in 2018 compared to the global average of 3.9% and the broader African economy rate...

WTTC: Greek tourism sector growing over three times faster than wider...

In 2018, the Greek Travel & Tourism sector grew at a rate of 6.9% - over three and a half times the pace of...

Kenya Travel & Tourism exceeding global and regional levels in 2018

Travel & Tourism in Kenya grew faster than the regional average and significantly above other economies in Sub-Saharan Africa, according to new research from...

Half Moon Jamaica kicks off 65th anniversary celebration

Half Moon, a destination resort and 400-acre beachfront oasis in Jamaica, is kicking off its 65th anniversary celebrations with culinary offerings, new experiences and...

Vietnam detains, threatens to deport Trump and Kim Jong Un impersonators

Tensions are running high in the Vietnamese capital, where this year’s first meeting of the US President and North Korean dictator is set to...

Minister: Egypt’s tourism had a leap in 2017 and large boom...

Speaking at a press conference with the board of the Egyptian Tourism Federation on Monday, Egyptian Tourism Minister Rania al-Mashat praised the country's tourism...

Trump declares national emergency to circumvent Congress, get money for his...

In an attempt to build his long-promised 'border wall' without congressional approval, President Donald Trump has declared a national emergency. Trump is also expected...

Presidents’ Day weekend travel – what to expect?

Air travel on Presidents' Day weekend hit a record high in 2018, with more than 14 million people traveling by plane. When looking at...

World’s most northerly “Grand Dame” hotel set to relaunch

First opened in 1870 to welcome aristocratic Britons in search of the world's best salmon fishing, Trondheim's Britannia Hotel will reopen on April 1...

Hotel history: The Grand on Mackinac Island still thriving after 132...

The "Grand" as it is called on the island, is a historic coastal resort with a spectacular 660-foot long, three-story high porch. Below this...

Reunion and Madagascar Presidents discuss regional cooperation

A meeting took place between the President of the Réunion Region, Didier Robert, and the new President of the Republic of Madagascar, His Excellency...

The Holy See and Venezuelan bishops work together to help population

The Holy See and the Bishops of the country continue to work together to help the Venezuelan people

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

Chinese Visitors arrival to Egypt promising

The Red Sea resorts in Egypt have been working hard recently on attracting the Chinese tourists, said Abdullah in an exclusive interview with Xinhua...

Late President Bush lived the Aloha Spirit: A Testimonial by a...

Marsha Rose Joyner is the host for ThinkTeck Hawaii and a Hawaiian political activist for many years.  She remembers when electors met in their respective state capitols on December 19, 1988 to cast their votes for President and Vice President when George Herbert Walker Bush was elected president of the United States in 1988. Marsha was one of the four Democratic electors in Hawaii.
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