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A man has hijacked a bus and drove it into a crowd of people in China’s city of Longyan, killing 8 people and injuring...
The “Mekong From Above” aerial photo and video contest, the first of its kind in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), provides an opportunity for...
The U.S. President Donald Trump should be advised promptly that despite an alarming report about U.S. helicopter safety issues, the industry is proposing another delay in helicopter safety standards for crashworthiness. This is expected to be rubber-stamped by FAA bureaucrats soon.
Visit California has partnered with the American Red Cross to create a celebrity-filled Public Service Announcement (PSA) titled, “The Power of Love” to help...
The Honduras Institute of Tourism (IHT) announced today its newest tourism campaign that showcases the broad diversity of the country and all it offers...
Damyang, located in the northernmost place on the globe where bamboo can be found – on the Korean peninsula – is known for its bamboo gardens.
A father, while fixing his daughter’s laptop, inadvertently reads her Facebook post, ranting about how terrible it is that she has to do her household chores.
SEOUL, South Korea - Korea Tourism Organization announced today that they are launching a global online campaign called "buzz KOREA" (www.buzz-korea.com) introducing Korean food culture to audiences a
LOS ANGELES - The landscapes, people and experiences of Australia provide inspiration for Tourism Australia's new online marketing campaign, Making Tracks, which uses talented musicians to showcase th
Chiang Mai - A Tourist Police troupe dancing to the Korean pop song "Sorry Sorry" by the Super Junior boy band has become a mega-hit on YouTube.
Halifax band Sons of Maxwell have taken their battle with United Airlines over a broken guitar to YouTube. And it seems the U.S. airline is listening.
Virgin America, the California-based airline, today announced the launch of Gogo(r) Inflight Internet, via the first air-to-ground video stream during YouTube Live -- YouTube's first official real-wor
ATLANTA — Before YouTube, redheaded, blue-eyed, high-cheekboned Katherine Lee was just another beautiful flight attendant who worked for the nation's third-largest airline.
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