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Once you are settled at the hotel in your special corner of the Levant, the Dead Sea shocks the senses. Swimming and dunking under water are beastly tasks.
The early morning at Petra starts after you walk through a small gate. You already wonder why you did not arrange to stay in Jordan longer.
One of the biggest surprises when first acquainting oneself with Abu Dhabi and the United Arab Emirates is the beautiful Gulf water and beaches.
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It may come as no surprise that Armenia ranks as the world’s #2 suffering country (after Bulgaria) in Gallup’s latest global wellbeing poll.
Thousands of women were victims of sexual crimes during the Balkan conflicts. Most of them receive no support from the region's states, despite the progress marked by international criminal law in prosecuting these crimes.
Over 600 thousand Syrians, fleeing the war, arrived in Turkey. Most of them are in the Hatay province. OBC's report from Reyhanli.
One of the great joys of having access to Masdar City is to revel in its design and spectacular architecture.
The Armenian government wants to increase salaries of senior leaders and MPs by over 200-percent, while eliminating unemployment benefits. Officials contend that such measures are needed to combat corruption and improve the state’s financial picture.
After a recent wave of incidents, Serbian authorities have promised draconian measures against hooligans, but seem unable to effectively tackle the problem.
UK energy consumers have long complained about the rising cost of their utility bills, which now soar over $2,000 U.S. annually--clean energy is an option, but not if UK politicians start scaling back their rhetoric.
Key to enjoying the Gulf in Abu Dhabi is taking a walk along the Corniche, and even hopping on a bicycle, if possible.