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Travel News from July 2014

Turkish women in laughing protest, two Shanghai shopping spots blacklisted, London launc…

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Turkish women have taken to Twitter in a laughing protest, two Shanghai shopping spots have been blacklisted for allegedly ripping off tourists, London launches … read more

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July 31, 2014 at 1:24 pm

Ebola threat leads to suspended flights, Russia brings back ‘Soviet EurovisionR…

Get  the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Flights have been suspended in west Africa due to the Ebola threat, Russia is bringing back a song contest dubbed the ‘Soviet Eurovision’, there’s … read more

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July 30, 2014 at 1:23 pm

Transformers guard Montenegro’s capital, China war games disrupt flights, Ford fes…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Giant Transformers sculptures guard the capital of Montenegro, war games in China are set to disrupt flight paths, Ford fest in Toronto kicks off … read more

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July 28, 2014 at 1:27 pm

Algerian airliner missing with 116 on board, Norway’s chief of intelligence warns …

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: Air Algérie flight disappears from radar en route from Burkina Faso to Algiers, Norwegian terror chief warns of ‘imminent’ attack, Morocco builds an electric … read more

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July 24, 2014 at 1:41 pm

Beastly behaviour at London Zoo, American and Dutch citizens arrested in Kuwait for eati…

Get the best travel news here curated by Lonely Planet Destination Editors, who use their expertise to bring you the stories that matter from all over the world. In today’s edition: late-night events at London Zoo come under scrutiny after reports of animal harassment, nineteen arrested in Kuwait for eating in public during Ramadan, India’s … read more

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July 21, 2014 at 1:25 pm
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