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ZURICH (Reuters) - Acw - have we just been using mortiz for this series - no swiss?
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Oliver Taylor, a student at England's University of Birmingham, is a twenty-something with brown eyes, light stubble, and a slightly stiff smile.
JAKARTA: Indonesia on Saturday (April 18) has extended stricter social-distancing rules to millions of people living on the main island of Java, and in West Sumatra, as the world’s fourth-most populous nation strives to stem a spike in Covid-19 (coronavirus) cases.
KUALA LUMPUR: Keep calm, a building along Jalan Conlay is not collapsing. It's just the unusual design.
Malaysia wants wealthy Hong Kong, mainland China investors to absorb US$8.9 billion residential property market oversupply
Country lowers threshold for overseas buyers of residential property to 600,000 ringgit from 1 million ringgitNumber of unsold properties surged to 54,078 units at the end of first quarter
Officials warn Sheraton, Shangri-La and Kempinski branches to address problem after video footage exposes string of hygiene breaches
HAVANA (Reuters) - American travellers who long to swill a cocktail at Havana's legendary Sloppy Joe's bar or dive into the rooftop pool of its newest luxury hotel had their dreams dashed when U.S. President Donald Trump announced his new Cuba policy this week.
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba's tourism boom continues at a record pace but is expected to cool off during 2016 with the government forecasting nearly 6 percent growth this year after a 17 percent increase in 2015.
CAIRO (Reuters) - Morale in Egypt's tourism industry is at rock bottom; a summer of bloodshed has frightened away all but the bravest foreign visitors from Cairo and the pyramids, and things are little better in the Red Sea beach resorts.
NAIROBI/MOMBASA, Kenya (Reuters) - Kenya's tourism industry may be a swift winner from the election of Uhuru Kenyatta, owner of hotels and a vast business empire, as east Africa's biggest economy seeks to benefit from a vote that avoided a re-run of bloodshed of five years ago.