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Amazing Horse racing in Zimbabwe

Amazing Horse racing in Zimbabwe

Long reserved for the white elite, the equestrian races survived Zimbabwe's independence in 1980 by winning over the black majority. They are again threatened with extinction, this time victims of the financial crisis. In the finish area of the Borrowdale d' Harare racecourse, the country's last runway, Bridget Stidolph...

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Eurostar have a battle of wits

Eurostar have a battle of wits

Eurostar, the high-speed train linking mainland Europe and the United Kingdom, reported good performance in 2017, supported by an increase in business travel and an increase in the number of passengers from the United States. . Turnover in 2017 was up 11% (£880 million in 2017 versus £794 million in...

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Violent riots in Sri Lanka

Violent riots in Sri Lanka

Yesterday Sri Lanka declared a state of emergency for 10 days to curb the clash of Buddhists and Muslims in the central Kandy district. Some Buddhist monks from Sri Lanka adhere to the theses of Burmese Buddhists. >. Buddhist monks develop rhetoric toward Muslims These extremist monks are found mainly in...

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In Cuba, chineses snap out of it

In Cuba, chineses snap out of it

While picking, one by one, the big green leaves of tobacco plants, the Cuban peasants know that they touch gold: the Havanas, these luxury cigars that make the fame of the island, have just lived a record year. . "This tobacco makes the Chinese (happy) people cry,"says Fernando Hernandez, 50,...

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German Tour Operators Market Remains on the Rise

German Tour Operators Market Remains on the Rise

FVW Magazine has published a survey that covers 56 tour operators. The media has not hesitated to add German-speaking...

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Is New York really too expensive?

Is New York really too expensive?

According to data from the  »  Business Travel Index », three American cities rank first in terms of daily costs...

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Maldives extends state of emergency by one month

Maldives extends state of emergency by one month

A fleet of destroyers and three Chinese supply ships entered the Indian Ocean. There is growing concern about the...

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The Sultanate of Oman more flexible on its e-visas

The Sultanate of Oman more flexible on its e-visas

As of 21 March 2018, applications for tourist and business visas for the Sultanate of Oman will no longer...

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Thailand equips itself with a Smart Visa

Thailand equips itself with a Smart Visa

In order to support the government project « Thailand 4.0 », the Thai authorities have approved the introduction of a new...

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Mexico City city scares the counters.

Mexico City city scares the counters.

Located at the junction of five tectonic plates, Mexico is one of the countries in the world with the...