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  1. IOC President Thomas Bach (left) announced the deal at a London press conference with Airbnb

    French hotels protest 'outrageous' Airbnb-Olympics deal

  2. Chinese tourists spending less in New York amid trade war, recession fears | Video
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    Chinese tourists spending less in New York amid trade war, recession fears | Video

    Trade wars and possible recessions are taking their toll on tourist spending in the US. New York city, on course to welcome 14 million ...
  3. Grand Canyon

    Hong Kong tourist dies in fall at Grand Canyon

  4. FILE PHOTO:  Cricket - England v Sri Lanka

    Cricket - Sri Lanka's Chandimal banking on pitch help to level series

    Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal does not expect disconcerting bounce at the Manuka Oval and hopes the surface will suit their game as the ...
  5. Newspapers are seen on a table as Portugal's Economy minister Pedro Siza Vieira speaks during

    Portugal promises no visas for Britons in any no-deal Brexit

    Britons living in Portugal will keep their residency rights and tourists won't need a visa even in the event of a no-deal Brexit, and Lisbon hopes ...
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    Two Scandinavian women found dead in Moroccan mountains - statement

  7. Western tourists are seen attending a Formula E race in Riyadh

    Western tourists trickle into Saudi Arabia as it tries to open up

    Western tourists, a rarity in Saudi Arabia, visited this weekend under a new visa system, as one of the world's most inaccessible countries tries ...
  8. Chinese tourists, who have a reputation for carrying wads of cash, have emerged as a prime target

    Commentary: Why tourism can be a flashpoint for disputes

    Let’s keep in mind that ultimately tourism’s intent is to promote better understanding between countries, says one commentator in Beijing.
  9. A woman enjoying a holiday.

    Commentary: Save like an economist when on holiday

    Thinking like an economist can save you some cash while on holiday, says one economist.