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Climate change hits world’s wonders

Changing environment strikes reefs, glaciers and other sites
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Outbound travel trends from Norway

Are terrorism and Trump transforming travel habits?
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Tunisia extends state of emergency

Move follows recent attack by suspected extremist
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Brand USA to unleash new trade website

New travel trade website to collate varied information
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Russia outbound market recovers quickly

One country in particular is the main beneficiary
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Brexit may wreck London for business travel

City in danger of losing reputation to Stockholm, among others
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Tourists in Sweden hook up with locals

Meeting the locals for the fika ritual is a piece of cake
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Oslo increases security in city centre

Concrete boxes of flowers placed against potential attacks
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Malaysia looks at volcano tourism

Volcano sites in Tawau Hills Park may have hot potential
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How tourist boards and airlines can boost arrivals

Airlines and destinations must work more closely together, panel says