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At its factory on the outskirts of Tunis, US company Eurocast is gearing up for expansion.
Visitor numbers for Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida dropped in the wake of the disaster that caused 205.8m gallons to spill some 18 months ago.
Hong Kong's tourists are slowly reviving their interest in Japan after the March earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis scared them off, but the strong yen remains a deterrent factor, an official of t
A group of about 300 Russian tourists arrived in the Egyptian resorts of Hurghada and Sharm el Sheikh on Saturday for the first time since the Russian Foreign Ministry recommended citizens to avoid vi
PENSACOLA BEACH, Fla. — Efforts to cap the oil well are under way.
McLEAN, Va. – A Virginia man whose travels to Yemen caught the attention of the FBI and landed him on the U.S.
NEW YORK — An American Airlines official says a flight from New York City to Milan experienced a mechanical malfunction during takeoff and had to be returned to its gate.
The Celebrity Mercury cruise ship is returning to port a day early and delaying its next sailing to address an outbreak of gastrointestinal illness that sickened 350 passengers.
The controversy surrounding Royal Caribbean International's decision to dock its ships in a Haitian port is not new for the travel industry.
A New York City cab driver drove 200 miles to return more than $21,000 in cash left behind in his taxi by an elderly Italian tourist.
HALIFAX — A Porter Airlines flight out of Halifax was forced to turn back after the pilot began losing consciousness and the co-pilot quickly took control of the aircraft.
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The pilot who guided his crippled jetliner to a safe emergency landing in the Hudson River in January is set to fly again.
BEIJING — Visitor arrivals in Tibet rose 12 percent over the past six months, state media said Wednesday, despite a security clampdown during the anniversary of a failed uprising against Chinese rul
Stones taken from Australia’s Ayers Rock have been returned to the desert monolith’s Aboriginal custodians by tourists who believe they are cursed.Hundreds of visitors who casually pocketed chunks of the sacred landmark and took them home found they brought nothing but bad luck, including illness, marriage break-ups and even death.