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England’s Folkestone becomes new ‘hotspot of holiday hell’ as Dover disruption clears

Disruption at England's Port of Dover has cleared with traffic said to be “flowing normally”, but travellers are now facing lengthy delays at Folkestone...

One dead after Czech high-speed train collides with engine

A high-speed train has collided with an engine in a station in the north-eastern Czech Republic, killing one person and injuring five. Czech Railways said...

Thailand eases Covid restrictions for travellers in bid to encourage tourism

Thailand is lifting a pre-arrival registration requirement for foreign visitors that was seen as onerous and a drag on the recovery for its ailing...

German woman swaps SUV for real horse power to save money on work commute

A German woman said her journey to work has become longer – but cheaper – after leaving her SUV at home and switching to...

Rallies held to support ferry workers sacked by P&O

Hundreds of people have marched in protest at ports in the “fight for justice” after almost 800 seafarers were sacked without notice earlier this...

Tourist travel boost as EU further relaxes rules to enter 27-nation bloc

European Union member countries have agreed they should further facilitate tourist travel into the 27-nation bloc for people who are vaccinated against coronavirus or...

Man faces charges after ‘exposing buttocks’ on Dublin-New York flight

An Irish man on a Delta flight from Dublin to New York has been charged after allegedly refusing to wear a mask, throwing a...

Passengers stranded overnight in New Mexico cable cars rescued

US search and rescue crews have used ropes and helicopters to rescue 21 people who were stranded overnight in two cable cars in New...

Cathay Pacific suspends cargo flights for a week due to virus controls

Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific Airlines is suspending cargo flights for a week due to stricter quarantine requirements for air crews, potentially adding to strain...

Boeing agrees settlement with families of Ethiopia crash victims

Boeing has reached a settlement with the families of 157 people killed when a 737-Max aircraft crashed in Ethiopia in March 2019. The plane manufacturer...

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