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VIENTIANE, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- The Lao government has released an update on COVID-19 prevention measures, noting that international charter flights from countries that are experiencing an outbreak must be suspended.
ISTANBUL, Nov. 27 (Xinhua) -- Turkey's hundreds of shopping malls have been relatively spared from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, emerging as a new public space during the health crisis.
PASSO DEL TONALE, Italy (Reuters) - Europe's ski resorts are desperately trying to salvage the new season amid the pandemic, but travel restrictions, the need for social distancing and disagreement among governments about whether to open at all mean they have a mountain to climb.
PARIS (Reuters) - It's an ideal pairing for the COVID-19 era: a musician who cannot play for a live audience and sumptuous museums that cannot welcome visitors. Cellist Camille Thomas has put them together to create what she hopes will be a balm for troubled times.
BANGKOK (Reuters): Thailand expects to receive 1,200 foreign visitors in both November and December, after a slight easing of travel curbs aimed at generating some income until a ban on mass tourism is lifted, its tourism authority chief said on Friday (Nov 27).
FOR the first time ever, Asiawater - now in its 11th edition - will bring together the most extensive line-up of leading industry players and brand names in one virtual event.
Tourists might still be able to visit many of the ancient sites in Rome during the pandemic. But the experience has changed, as has the research at some of Italy’s archaeological digs, leaving archaeologists worried.
(Reuters) - Arsenal forward Nicolas Pepe put himself back in manager Mikel Arteta's good books with the opening goal in a 3-0 win at Molde on Thursday that sealed his side's place in the Europa League knockout stages with two games to spare.
MARSEILLE, France (Reuters) - Restaurant owner Jean Avarello is struggling to understand why in the next few weeks the shops and theatres near him in the French city of Marseille will be allowed to reopen after a COVID-19 lockdown, but he has to stay shut.