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Why are there so few women in aviation?


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Created: Wed, 20 Nov 2019 10:37:57 GMT

When Southwest Captain Tammie Jo Shults landed a crippled 737 last year after an engine blew apart mid-air, many people were surprised to find out that there was a woman at the helm.

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Where you can dive for pearls


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Created: Tue, 19 Nov 2019 10:59:56 GMT

With more than 200 islands, stretches of quiet beaches and nearly eternal sunshine, Abu Dhabi has plenty to offer water lovers.

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We bought a $1 house in Italy. Here's what happened next


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Created: Wed, 13 Nov 2019 02:19:07 GMT

It seemed like a deal too good to be true. A new house -- and potentially a whole new life -- for sale in sunkissed rural Italy for the princely sum of just one euro, or little over a dollar.

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14 of the world's great horse treks


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Created: Mon, 18 Nov 2019 10:41:32 GMT

There's nothing quite like exploring the world on its oldest form of transportation.

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Restaurant earns fame with $185 sandwich


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Created: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 23:24:20 GMT

Welcoming diners such as Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, sporting icon David Beckham and superstar musician Ed Sheeran would be enough to make any restaurateur weep with joy.

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Photos capture rare rhinos in tender moments


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Created: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 10:23:08 GMT

British wildlife photographer Will Burrard-Lucas has incredible pictures of endangered rhinos in Kenya.

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On board the world's longest flight


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Created: Mon, 18 Nov 2019 16:35:43 GMT

The experimental research flight by Qantas landed in Sydney on Friday, after flying nonstop from London, breaking two aviation records.

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15 hotels that go all-out for Christmas


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Created: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 14:35:58 GMT

Twinkling lights, glitter and gourmet menus galore -- without a single dish to wash or tree to trim.

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Why the Faroe Islands will close to tourists in 2020


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Created: Tue, 12 Nov 2019 13:06:12 GMT

Managing a popular tourist attraction can be kind of like throwing a party -- everyone wants to come and have fun, but nobody wants to help clean up when it's over.

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Huge trove of mammoth skeletons found in Mexico


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Created: Thu, 07 Nov 2019 18:41:10 GMT

Archaeologists in Mexico have uncovered mammoth traps containing the remains of at least 14 of the giant creatures.

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Man runs marathon in every country on Earth


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Created: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 16:02:46 GMT

British man Nick Butter has become the first person to run a marathon in all 196 countries recognized by the United Nations, finishing his challenge in Greece on Sunday.

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The far-out worlds built under Soviet cities


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Created: Mon, 11 Nov 2019 12:59:50 GMT

Filled with decadent chandeliers, marble columns, mosaics and grand statues, the grand stations built in Moscow, Kiev and other cities across the former USSR are more like a series of underground monuments.

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World's best boutique hotel for 2019 revealed


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 19:15:19 GMT

From the beautiful Indonesian island of Bali to the rolling hills of Fiji, these unique places to stay have been named as the planet's boutique hotels.

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How Egypt's Red Sea Mountain Trail set new tracks into the wild


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 13:47:52 GMT

A new route across Egypt is opening up exciting frontiers for hikers hoping to discover lesser trodden corners of the world.

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Where to see the Berlin Wall


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 14:01:24 GMT

In the dead of night on August 13, 1961, the East German Army began placing more than 48 kilometers of barbed wire through the center of Berlin, splitting the city into two stark halves.

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Snow crab sells for record-breaking $46,000 in Japan


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 13:59:05 GMT

A "five shining star" snow crab was auctioned off in Tottori, Japan for a whopping 5 million yen ($46,000) on November 7.

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Japanese temple becomes home to a robot priest


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Created: Thu, 07 Nov 2019 14:54:14 GMT

The Kodaiji Temple in Kyoto unveiled an android Buddha of Compassion who can explain Buddha teaching in plain terms.

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Welcome to Quy Nhon, Vietnam's hottest new luxury beach destination


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 03:36:23 GMT

After a couple of days at Anantara Quy Nhon, you may start to feel things.

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The tourists nobody wants


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Created: Fri, 08 Nov 2019 17:03:13 GMT

As tourism hits record numbers around the world, some travelers are become less welcome than others

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Kyoto's Sagano Bamboo Forest, one of the world's prettiest groves


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Created: Thu, 07 Nov 2019 01:17:03 GMT

In Japan's Sagano Bamboo Forest, on the outskirts of Kyoto, towering green stalks of the famously versatile plant sway in the wind, creaking eerily they collide and twist, leaves rustling.

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Actress Hend Sabry explores the Cairo's cinematic backdrop

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Aya Abdelraouf and Mounez Abdelraouf, founders of Okhtein fashion brand explain the inspiration behind their premium products.

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Ania Ahcin Yehia and her husband Ahmed Yehia have performed together as principal dancers of the Cairo Opera Ballet for 12 years. It's a beautiful partnership both on and off stage.

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Flooded Venice urgently needs tourists


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Just a few days after the popular city of canals endured history-making flood, the sometimes overtouristed city is now in need of visitors to help put it back on its feet.

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Couple get married on a flight half-way between their home countries


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A woman from New Zealand and a man from Australia took their love of aviation (and each other) to new heights by tying the knot 37,000 feet in the air.

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'Hamlet' in the skies? The story behind Taiwan's newest airline, Starlux


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Start-up Starlux Airlines could be the first new player in 30 years to upend Taiwan's duopoly aviation market. Find out how a Shakespearean-style family feud led to its creation.

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Azellia White, a pioneering African American female pilot, is dead at 106


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Azellia White, one of the nation's first African American female pilots, earned her pilot's license just after World War II and found freedom flying in the skies above the Jim Crow South.

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More than 140 ancient geoglyphs were found carved in the sands of Peru


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The designs, known as Nazca Lines, were carved out of the sand on a Peruvian coastal plain and resemble living things and other objects.

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Researchers from Yamagata University in Japan discovered new geoglyphs in Peru that could be more than 2,300 years old.

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