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Belgian farmer accidentally moves French border

Finally, some border-based news that doesn’t involve COVID-19. Remind us to send a thank you card to the grumpy farmer.

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Facebook removes French town’s page, confusing it for an English swearword

Facebook has been left red-faced after making social media management a bitch for the town of Bitche by removing its page.

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Cruise

MSC Cruises debuts new flagship

MSC execs are reportedly drinking champagne out of KeepCups after taking delivery of one of the cruise line’s most eco-friendly ships yet.

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Destinations

New study reveals European countries with the longest Alien visits (in case you were wondering)

Got a client who desperately wants to believe? Find out where you should send them for their best opportunity at spotting some extraterrestrials.

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Aussie travellers will need a visa waiver to travel Europe in 2022

Post-pandemic travel is going to look very different from what we’ve become accustomed to. Exhibit A: this new requirement for Aussies seeking a European jaunt.

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Travel Agents

Official travel agencies chosen for 2023 Rugby World Cup

Here’s a positive rugby-related travel story that, thankfully, doesn’t make any mention of the Wallabies occupying last place on the Tri Nations table.

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Denmark attracts 8km queue of German tourists as EU borders reopen again

European nations have begun easing border controls, with German tourists entering Denmark enmasse for summer holidays.

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Destination Wrap: Iconic NT national parks reopening, Tourism Ireland’s exclusive agent group + MORE

Get ready to welcome the worst day of the week in good spirits after reading Travel Weekly’s Destination Wrap.

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Italian borders to reopen for Europeans in June

Although Italy’s borders are expected to reopen on 3 June, other European nations are encouraging their citizens not to travel overseas until later.

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Technology

Virtual travel: The ultimate list of tours and live streams to cure cabin fever

If, like Travel Weekly, you’re suffering from a case of itchy feet, we have just the thing for you.

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Beaches closed in France after nearly 900kg of cocaine washes ashore

You’d have to assume French drug dealers would be livid over all this free cocaine being found by potential customers.

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Road & Rail

33 passengers injured, including tourists in Paris–London bus crash

A Flixbus tourist vehicle has overturned after skidding off a highway in Northern France, with an Australian man believed to be among those involved in the incident.

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