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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned the ongoing violence against peaceful demonstrators in Syria, which has resulted in more deaths and many injuries, and called upon the country's authorities
The damage caused by violent anti-cuts demonstrators was branded “embarrassing” and “a total shame” by tourists visiting the capital.
Yemen's Tourism Minister, Nabil Al-Fakeh resigned from his post and quit the ruling party Friday after the shooting attack on anti-government protesters in Sana'a, becoming the first cabinet member to
A group of United Nations independent human rights experts voiced alarm at limits imposed by governments on the right to freedom of expression and information, saying recent mass protests in several c
Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets on Tuesday in what were reportedly the largest demonstrations in years, and which they explicitly tied to the successful uprising in nearby Tunisia.
The popular protests in Tunisia that have caused upheaval in the government were sparked by Mohamed Bouazizi, a 26-year-old unemployed college graduate, who set himself on fire in protest.
The United Nations’ top human rights official today urged the Tunisian government to ensure that its security forces stop using excessive force against demonstrators, and to start credible investiga
CHICAGO - United Airlines Flight Attendants, represented by the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, AFL-CIO (AFA), will conduct a world-wide protest over the failure of United Airlines management to
ATHENS, Greece — Glum tourists sat on suitcases in Greece's main port of Piraeus as yet another strike against austerity measures prevented them from boarding ferries Wednesday to dream Aegean islan
BANGKOK — The Red Shirt anti-government protesters have gone home, but Thailand's tourism industry is still seeing red.
The spectre of a violent underground movement that could wreck Thailand’s tourism industry has risen from the ashes of Bangkok’s city centre.
The situation in Bangkok continues to improve.
Violence has erupted in the ancient city of Athens earlier today as protesters, angry with their government’s miss-spending which has led the country into financial ruin.
Two days ago, as clashes occurred around Vibavadhi Rangsit Road and near Bangkok Don Muang airport, a couple of minutes away by car from the events, Thai Airways International was hosting its Annual G
The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has questioned the Foreign Office's decision to extend a warning against travelling to Bangkok to the whole of the country.
The explosion of violence in the heart of Bangkok on Thursday night took one life and packed the emergency rooms of hospitals in the Silom area with the wounded.
Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva reaffirms that the government is duty bound to resolve the present situation.
As political protests spiral in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand's tourism industry is suffering.
Tens of thousands of Thai anti-government protesters occupied central Bangkok this weekend in their latest move to topple the Government, raising fears of a potentially devastating blow to tourism and
Protea Hotels of South Africa have come under sustained criticism by the Zambezi Society in Zimbabwe, and according to several emails received by this correspondent, also other wildlife conservation N
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