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WASHINGTON: The United States and Britain on Tuesday banned electronic gadgets bigger than handphones from the passenger compartment of flights from airports in several Middle Eastern and North African nations.
WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) - The United States and Britain on Tuesday imposed restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on planes coming from certain airports in Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and North Africa in response to unspecified security threats.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Turkey expressed hopes on Friday for a revival of its tourism industry after security concerns caused a 30 percent drop in foreign visitors and revenues last year.
EU antitrust regulators opened three investigations on Feb 2 into 15 companies suspected of restricting online sales of electronics, videogames and hotel rooms to deny consumers choice and prevent them from buying at the lowest prices.
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Travellers faced delays at Hamburg Airport on Wednesday after a partial server failure disrupted flight operations, the airport said on Twitter.
BANJUL (Reuters) - Gambians and tourists were boarding buses, packing suitcases onto trucks and hiring canoes to flee the capital on Wednesday, as President Yahya Jammeh clung to power on the eve of his rival Adama Barrow's planned swearing in.
BANJUL (Reuters) - Gambian leader Yahya Jammeh, who once vowed to rule the tiny West African nation for "a billion years", said he had accepted his shock election defeat on Friday, 22 years after seizing power in a coup.
LONDON: British travel company Thomas Cook stuck to its annual profit guidance on Tuesday, after strong demand for summer holidays to destinations other than Turkey helped offset pressure on the group.
HUA HIN/BANGKOK (Reuters) - On what should be a bonanza long weekend for the tourist industry in a seaside playground favoured by Thailand's royal family, shops and restaurants are shuttered, streets are empty and security forces are advising people to stay in their hotels.