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Greece to allow international flights to tourist destinations from July 1

Greece’s long-awaited tourist season will begin on June 15 with the opening of seasonal hotels, while international flights will be able to head directly...

Cruise lines extend suspension of sailings by a month due to Covid-19

P&O Cruises and Cunard have extended the suspension of sailings by a month. The cruise lines were previously due to resume operations on April 11,...

Virgin Galactic moves rocket to New Mexico

Sir Richard Branson is moving Virgin Galactic’s passenger rocket and more than 100 employees from California to a launch and landing facility in New...

Qantas operates the ‘world’s first’ zero waste flight

If you’re trying to be careful about the amount of waste you create and what happens to it, flying tends not to be the...

Japan : Three Cities and an Island

By Sean Sheehan The term psychogeography sounds like it might describe a state of mental derangement but a French writer, Guy Debord, came up the...

Athens and Corfu: Culture and Comfort in the Sun

By Sean Sheehan The Acropolis Museum in Athens exhibiting ten times as many precious exhibits as the old museum of that name, has been...

What’s New at Canary Wharf?

Sean Sheehan Once upon a time everything at Canary Wharf was spanking new and everywhere you looked cranes were lifting building blocks into the sky....

Escape to Tuscany

Sean Sheehan Summer in London can be a bit of an ordeal: the tourists, the weather, the grumpy brexiters, so while we’re still attached to...

Airline warns of drop in travel to France after attacks

Air France, which faces a cabin crew strike at the height of the summer holiday season, is warning of pressure on its finances amid...

Postcard From Iran

Sean Sheehan Nadia Badiee come from Shiraz, a city some 900 km south of Iran’s capital, where the grapes used for the eponymous wine did...

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Severe cyclone approaches India’s financial capital Mumbai

India’s western coast and financial capital Mumbai are braced for the first cyclone in a century as cases of coronavirus continue to surge. Police encouraged...

Nissan warns Sunderland plant ‘unsustainable’ without EU trade deal

Car giant Nissan has warned it will not be able to sustain operations at its Sunderland manufacturing plant if Brexit negotiations fail to establish...

Protests like Jadon Sancho’s ‘deserve applause not punishment’ – FIFA president

FIFA president Gianni Infantino believes the Bundesliga players who protested about the death of George Floyd on the pitch last weekend “deserve an applause...

Trump backs away from military threat

President Donald Trump appears to have backed away from his threat to deploy troops to quell ongoing race protests, a day after threatening states...

Child given plasma in coronavirus treatment trial

A child in England has become the first patient to receive a transfusion of plasma from people who have recovered from coronavirus through a...
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