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Laptops, Other Electronics To Be Banned On Some Flights To And From U.S.

Federal authorities plan to ban laptops, tablets and other electronic devices from the cabins of certain international flights to the United States, multiple news outlets reported on Monday. The Department of Homeland Security is expected to officially announce the travel ...

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Emirates, Etihad boarding as usual after 2nd Ttrump travel ban blocked

Dubai (ANTARA News) – Passengers from six mainly Muslim countries who would have been barred from the United States under President Donald Trumps latest travel order will be allowed to board U.S.-bound flights on Emirates and Etihad Airways now that ...

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10 Amazing Must-See Places In South Korea

Have you always wanted to go to Korea but aren’t quite sure where to go? Unsure what the country has to offer? Here are 10 places to check out while in South Korea. Jeju Island Known as the Hawaii of ...

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10 Most Amazing Places On Earth, Must See Once in Life

The world is beautiful. It is full of wonderful places that most of us do not know they really exist. From majestic waterfalls, and lost cities, to mysterious landmarks and natural wonders, here is a collection of some breathtaking places ...

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Air France Union Urges Members To Refuse Work On U.S. Flights To Protest Trump’s Order

PARIS (Reuters) – The hardline CGT trade union at Air France has called on its members to refuse to work on U.S.-bound flights in protest against the U.S. immigration order that temporarily prevents refugees and travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries ...

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Inside 21 Royal, Disneyland’s New Hidden Dinner Experience That Costs $15,000

Say goodbye to churros and pretzels: Disneyland has a new ultra-fancy dining space, and we’re already saving our pennies for a bite. Welcome to 21 Royal, a hidden wonderland tucked above the Pirates of the Caribbean ride in Disney’s original ...

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The Top Beaches In The World, According To National Geographic

Beaches come in all sorts of shapes and sizes beyond the typical Caribbean postcard. As such, National Geographic’s new list of the Top 21 Beaches in the World includes a diverse mix of shorelines around the globe, from those picture-perfect ...

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Planning on seeing sakura in Japan? Here’s when it’ll blossom in 2017

As winter draws to a warmer end in March, cherry blossoms come into full bloom with the onset of spring. The pink and white flowers of the sakura trees draw visitors all over the world to seasonal countries like Japan, ...

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Silk Road lanterns light up British gardens for Lunar New Year

Hundreds of traditional Chinese lanterns lit up the sprawling gardens of London’s Chiswick House to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year. This week’s Magical Lantern Festival focused on the Silk Road, a network of trade routes connecting China with the ...

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Lights go out at London’s iconic Piccadilly Circus

The world-famous lights at Piccadilly Circus in London have been switched off and will remain switched off for the longest period of time since the Second World War. Lights on the six billboards went dark on Monday morning so the ...

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