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The continuing growth of online retail sales and its corresponding threat to physical retail malls appears to be the standout ‘nightmare’ for senior real estate developers in China, a new study sh
BAHAMAS - The inability of American lawmakers to agree on budgetary measures threatens small Caribbean economies, asserts a former finance minister.
LONDON, England - Following the UN's report this week on legal highs, the drugs charity, Angelus, has called for the Government to accept that the threat to public safety from legal highs is considera
BEIJING, China - Microsoft is investigating a report that workers at a Chinese plant that makes its Xbox game systems threatened mass suicide in a pay dispute, according to a statement issued Wednesda
Kenyan officials believe militants from the Somalia-based al-Shabab group, which has links to al-Qaeda, are planning to bomb Nairobi.
Addressing delegates at the recent Zanu (PF) National Annual People’s Conference, the Minister of Tourism and Hospitality, Walter Muzembi, said his ministry was working closely with the Ministry of
The head of the Egyptian Federation of Tourism Chambers, Elhami Zayat, said that Egypt is threatened with being removed from global touristic brochures if there is not an immediate cessation to the vi
Representatives of small island States took to the podium at the General Assembly today to exhort the world to pay greater attention to their vulnerability to climate change, stressing that sustainabl
Costa Rica and El Salvador, two countries highly affected by drug-related violence in recent years, have urged the United Nations to help fight drug cartels and organized crime, and called on Member S
KOLKATA, India - The growing popularity of South East Asia as a tourism destination could become one of the biggest threats for the domestic tourism industry.
Climate change is a real threat to international peace and security, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, urging developed countries to lead the global effort to find ways to mitigate and adapt t
As Hiram Bingham hacked his way through remote Andean cloudforests in search of a lost Inca citadel in 1911, little could the American adventurer have known of the tourism juggernaut that his archaeol
NEW DELHI, India - The threat of mass pilot sackings and a partial lockout now loom large over the erstwhile Indian Airlines.
TEHRAN, Iran — The 2012 London Olympics logo is racist because it resembles the word “Zion”, says Iran, while warning of a possible boycott of the games.
In an escalating row over $54 boarding pass fee low-cost carrier Ryanair is threatening to refuse to allow passengers to board its planes unless they print their own boarding passes.