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27 Oct
The innocent victims of both the Hamas attack and Israeli air strikes on Gaza dominate the dailies after Al Jazeera's Gaza bureau chief learns his family has been killed in an Israeli air strike while reporting on that very strike. Also, Sweden's tourism board releases a video to clear up apparently common confusion with Switzerland.
29 Aug
A growing number of tourist destinations are hoping to attract wealthier, more considerate tourists with a genuine interest in the local culture.
17 Aug 2023
Frequent heat waves, droughts and forest fires are ravaging Mediterranean countries this summer. There will be consequences for the future of tourism.
26 Jun 2023
Saudi Arabia is putting billions into tourism. Once closed to the world, the country boasts heritage and natural wonders. But it's also dealing with a conservative culture, a dire human rights record and climate change.
23 May 2023
The French Pacific territory of New Caledonia is home to the world's largest lagoon, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The stunning area is a popular tourist destination and local authorities want to further develop the industry, but remain cautious about preserving the environment.
4 Apr 2023
Much of Europe is experiencing persistent drought. From Italy to Spain, holiday makers face restrictions as a result.

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