tourism in the East

18 killed in accident in Algeria

A total of 18 people were killed and 11 others injured in a road accident in the northeastern region of Algeria on Friday night, TSA news website reported Saturday, Xinhua informs. A bus and a truck collided in the province of …

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Russian air carriers ready for flights to Egypt

Russian airlines are ready to resume flights to Egyptian resort towns, air carriers said on Thursday.  "S7 is ready to resume flights to this destination. We will prepare a flight program and request appropriate authorizations …

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Turkey to drop curfews on July 1

Amid a nationwide fall in COVID-19 cases, Turkey is set to end pandemic curfews as of July 1, the country's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on Monday. That same day Turkey will also lift intercity travel restrictions …

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Russian woman dies in road accident in Egypt

A minibus with Russian tourists travelling from Cairo to Hurghada collided with a car on Wednesday, killing one woman, police sources said. Overall, ten Russian nationals were inside the vehicle, including three children. Two opted out …

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Turkey eases coronavirus curbs

Turkey on Monday eased some public gathering restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus. Addressing reporters following a Cabinet meeting in the capital Ankara, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that a curfew will be …

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Kazakhstan: Mountain trekking to be made safer

City hall in Kazakhstan’s business capital is trying to draw more foreign tourists by making trekking in the nearby mountains a safer undertaking. All that’s needed now is for the authorities to start allowing those very tourists …

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Turkey hopes to resume flights with Russia by June 1

With a glance towards the falling number of coronavirus infections across the country, Turkey will be ready to resume flights with Russia by June 1, Turkish Ambassador to Russia Mehmet Samsar said. The task has been set in the country …

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