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  1. The coronavirus cluster detected on the Diamond Princess cruise ship is by far the biggest cluster

    Floating Petri dishes? Coronavirus puts cruise industry in the dock

    Deadly viruses, chickenpox outbreaks and mass cases of the runs: sometimes luxury cruise ship holidays are not the trips of a lifetime elderly ...
  2. Diamond Princess cruise ship at Yokohama Port

    Israeli woman on virus-hit Diamond Princess tests positive upon return to Israel

    An Israeli woman who was a passenger aboard a coronavirus-hit cruise ship tested positive upon return to her home country on Friday, Israel's ...
  3. Measures to retain tourism jobs amid COVID-19 outbreak | Video
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    Measures to retain tourism jobs amid COVID-19 outbreak | Video

    Hit by falling visitor numbers amid the COVID-19 outbreak - the tourism sector is getting a S$15 million boost with new initiatives announced ...
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    Branson targets younger cruise crowd with DJs, tattoos and yoga

    British entrepreneur Richard Branson will unveil the "Scarlet Lady" on Friday, a 60,000 tonne cruise liner complete with a tattoo studio and yoga ...
  5. Morocco's Ait-Ben-Haddou is a UNESCO World Heritage site that has served as the backdrop for

    Morocco fortress village hopes to draw Game Of Thrones fans

    The village of Ait-Ben-Haddou is a popular filming location, having also been the site of Gladiator, The Mummy and Lawrence Of Arabia.
  6. A man applies finishing touches to paintings of U.S. President Trump and India's PM Modi along

    Going to India: Trump set to open world's biggest cricket stadium

    US President Donald Trump will inaugurate the world's largest cricket stadium when he arrives in Ahmedabad, the home base of Prime Minister ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Tourists wearing masks pass by Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur

    Southeast Asia's tourist hubs court local market as COVID-19 shuts Chinese out

    Southeast Asia's holiday hotspots, hit by billions in lost business from Chinese tourists, are turning to markets closer to home to soften the ...