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Destinations

European Union’s visitor ‘safe list’ includes Aussie travellers

While it’s a good sign that Australia made the EU’s ‘safe list’, it doesn’t exactly mean your clients can toddle off to France or Spain.

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Tourism

Blood on Tui’s hands?

by Richie Kenzie

Sometimes being a travel agent requires making tough calls. In this piece, Travel Weekly’s Managing Editor asks whether Tui and Thomson Holidays’ agents got it wrong.

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Tourism

TUI faces legal action over Tunisia attack

by Hannah Edensor

The families of those killed in the 2015 Tunisia terror attack are preparing to sue TUI over the “unlawful” deaths of their loved ones.

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Tourism

Post-terror Tunisia beckons tourists

by Tarek Amara - RAW

Tunisia focusing on new markets to counter the fallout from militant attacks.

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Destinations

Where do diehard Star Wars fans go on holiday?

by Gabriella Warden

The force is strong with these destinations.

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Destinations

70 Tunisia hotels closed since attacks

by AFP

At least 70 hotels have closed in Tunisia since September after two deadly jihadist attacks on foreign tourists, and more are expected to follow suit.

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Hotels

Hotel chain considers Tunisia pullout

by AP

A leading Spanish hotel operator is considering pulling out of Tunisia after extremist attacks that killed 59 tourists and devastated the country’s tourism industry.

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Destinations

Last gasp for doomed Tunisian beach hotels

by Paul Schemm - AP

The jet skis roar by the shore and the water is full of splashing children along the Tunisian Riviera where, despite the deadly attack that killed 38 tourists in June, the beaches are full – for now.

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Tourism

Terrorism a major factor when deciding to travel

by Hannah Edensor

Experts say fear is growing as a key player in intention to travel, threatening a number of tourism industries around the world.

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Destinations

Denmark urges nationals to leave Tunisia

by AFP

Both the Danish and British governments have advised its nationals in Tunisia to leave, saying there was a “high risk” of another terror attack.

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Cruise

MSC pulls out; tourists told to leave Tunisia

by Daisy Melwani / AFP

MSC Cruises will suspend calls in Tunisia, a move that coincides with British nationals advised to leave following a spate of deadly attacks.

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Destinations

Tunisia declares state of emergency

by AFP

Following last week’s beach massacre claimed by jihadists, the Tunisian President says Tunisia is now facing a “special type of war”.

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