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Why Visit the Philippines? Everything to Know About this Tropical Paradise

Thailand might be popular for its fine sand beaches and Indonesia for its stunning natural attractions. But what if there’s a place which has both of those characteristics, or even more? Well, that place is called the Philippines. A Southeast Asian country made of 7,107 islands and filled with breathtaking beaches, untouched

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The Best Things To Do In Mexico

Many Americans choose to take a trip to Mexico because of its proximity and reasonable prices.  It is a culturally rich country with a wide variety of geography from desert to mountains to beach.  Not only is it full of activities and delicious foods it’s also incredibly beautiful. If you are thinking

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Top 7 Tourist Destinations You Need to Visit in India with Your Buddies

Friendships are formed during the rigorous monotony of everyday life. But when you break out of the routine, good friendships are destined to become greater. Taking some time off your schedule and spending it with friends is essential, especially in this busy age. And what better way to unwind, unplug and renew

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Best Things To Experience While Visiting Cabo San Lucas

Located at the most southern tip of the Baja California Peninsula sits the beautiful destination of Cabo San Lucas.  A beloved tourist destination for young and old, the city offers a plethora of enriching activities to enjoy.   Cabo has no shortage of luxury in hotel accommodations, either.  Some of the most

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Middle East peace group to set out stall at SNP conference

Influential members of Scotland’s Jewish community will have an official stall at the SNP conference under plans to “counter” hostile anti-Israel views, it has emerged. A new group called SNP Friends for Peace in the Middle East has been allocated space at the nationalists’ annual gathering next month in Glasgow after Peter

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A really short history of South Africa in 12 objects

A new show at the British Museum tells the story of a country Mapungubwe rhinoceros, 1220-90 This set of gold objects comes from the 13th-century kingdom site of Mapungubwe, the earliest kingdom in southern Africa, and are some of South Africa’s most important treasures — this is the first time the rhino

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South Africa to leave international criminal court

South Africa has become the second nation in a week to signal its withdrawal from the International Criminal Court over its failure to arrest a Sudanese warlord, according to leaked papers. No country has ever left the court, which is pursuing President al-Bashir of Sudan over alleged war crimes, crimes against humanity

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Enough whitewashing of central Asia’s tyrants

Western cosying up to unsavoury dictators must include an insistence on better human rights Try as he might, playwright George Bernard Shaw could not find a bad thing to say about Stalin’s Soviet Union. The workers? Not downtrodden at all, he wrote after a 1933 trip, but hopeful and enthusiastic. As for

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China is buying up Uncle Sam’s Asian allies

The Philippines’ tilt away from Washington towards Beijing shows how US power is waning Rodrigo Duterte, who proudly bears the nickname Duterte Harry, has been given a hero’s welcome in Beijing. The president of the Philippines may be a foul-mouthed renegade — he called Barack Obama the “son of a whore” and

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US sends bombers as tensions rise in South China Sea

America is deploying long-range nuclear bombers to Australian airbases after Beijing reinforced its claim to virtually all of the South China Sea. There are fears that President Xi will restrict foreign ships and aircraft from using the vital waterway for global trade. Beijing is expanding and weaponising several tiny islands in an