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NAIROBI (Reuters) - Tourist operators in Mauritius fear that an oil spill from a Japanese ship will further damage their businesses, already reeling from the coronavirus epidemic, and could cost jobs if their pristine beaches are spoiled.
BANGKOK, Aug 11 (Xinhua): Thailand's Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) announced that from Monday (that it has temporarily suspended repatriation flights out from Bahrain, as well as consular services at the Thai embassy in Bahrain's capital, Manama, until August 22.
KUANTAN: The opportunity to see a pod of dolphins frolicking around a boat became an unforgettable experience for the manager of a tourist resort on Pulau Tioman, Rompin, about 154km from here.
From sunny sands to wintery wonderlands, Australia is a country for all seasons, each promising a magic of its own to travellers.
An animal protection organisation, Animals Australia, has reported that the Covid-19 pandemic has put animals in a dire situation, with many of them left starving and abandoned on the streets in Indonesia, especially in Bali and on the Gili Islands of West Nusa Tenggara.
VILAMOURA, Portugal (Reuters) - In his near-empty pub in the Algarve in southern Portugal, Samuel Tilley is fuming that coronavirus regulations in his home country Britain are keeping tourists away, further jeopardizing an already gloomy summer season.
JERUSALEM, July 16 (Xinhua) -- Israeli researchers have found that brain connectivity levels are equal in all mammals, including humans, Tel Aviv University (TAU) in central Israel said Thursday.
LAZIO, Italy (Reuters) - Marine life in the Mediterranean off Italy flourished during the coronavirus lockdown as water quality improved and species moved into spaces vacated by people and ships, the Italian coastguard has found.
MANILA (AFP): A top aide to the Philippines' president has made waves after he swam with dolphins at a theme park, even as the country endures tough travel restrictions due to the coronavirus.
PHNOM PENH (Xinhua): World Wildlife Fund (WWF) on Thursday (July 2) called for rigorous law enforcement to save Cambodia's endangered freshwater fish from extinction.