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CARACAS, Venezuela - The man former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez handpicked to be his successor has won the country's presidential vote, officials said late Sunday.
LONDON, UK - When asked by eTN today at the World Travel Market (WTM) in London, UNWTO’s Secretary General, Taleb Rifai, praised President Obama for supporting tourism despite an uncertain economy.
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BERLIN, Germany - European leaders gathering in Berlin for a conference entitled "Ukraine and Europe: Elections, Integration and Economic Prospects" warned that Sunday's parliamentary elections in Ukr
WASHINGTON, D.C. - European Council President Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso issued the following joint statement on the result of the Greek elections:
Egyptian tourism authorities have sought to reassure travelers about the future of the country as a holiday destination, despite fears of a crackdown on the sale of alcohol and calls for segregated be
NEW DELHI, India - On December 3, 2011, the Indian Association of Tour Operators (IATO) held its elections for the 2011-2013 Office Bearers and Executive Committee.
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BANGKOK, Thailand (eTN) - It was an exceptional result for Thailand’s opposition party Pheu Thai on July 3.
UGANDA (eTN) - All roads were leading to the Kololo Ceremonial Grounds today, as President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni took his oath of office for another term of 5 years.
(eTN) - More than 15,000 refugees have fled into northern Thailand on Monday after fighting broke out between ethnic Karen rebels and government troops in Myanmar, a United Nations agency has said.
ST. GEORGE’S, Grenada (eTN) - Two political parties are expected to be contesting the July 8, 2008 general election following Prime Minister Keith Mitchell’s announcement on Sunday that he will ask Head of State Governor General Sir Daniel Williams to dissolve the current parliament on Tuesday, July 3.
(eTN) - Hotels in Nairobi, beach resorts along the Indian Ocean coast from Lamu to Ukunda and the safari lodges and camps are all reporting loss of occupancy, as do the excursion and safari operators, foreign exchange dealers, curio shops and related businesses normally frequented by tourists.
(eTN) - Recent articles in the Kenyan Daily Nation and The Standard are a clear indicator that continued violence in Kenya would wreck their tourism sector probably for years to come. Yet, the opposition has snubbed mediation efforts from high ranking visitors coming from the US, Europe and from Africa, by making astronomical demands.