Post-Brexit passport blunder could mean Brits are owed thousands

Post-Brexit passport blunder could mean Brits are owed thousands

British citizens in the last few months have been unfairly turned away from EU flights because of a confusion over passport expiry dates.

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Yom Kippur synagogue attack plot: Teenager and three others arrested in Germany

Yom Kippur synagogue attack plot: Teenager and three others arrested in Germany

A 16-year-old boy and three other people have been arrested in Germany over an alleged Islamist plot to attack a synagogue on the Jewish holiday of Yom Kippur.

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Airbnb rival hopes to revolutionise holiday home rentals in Europe

Airbnb rival hopes to revolutionise holiday home rentals in Europe

Throughout the summer of 2021, prices rose across travel platforms to compensate for the industry-wide drought we have seen in the past 18 months. Many businesses seized the opportunity to either launch competitive channels or revamp existing models – and Expedia’s Vrbo platform is the latest to roll out its new format.

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Factbox-UK PM Johnson reshuffles his ministers: Who is in and who is out?

LONDON – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson began reshuffling his team of ministers on Wednesday, seeking to refocus his government on fulfilling their 2019 election pledges as the country emerges from the COVID -19 pandemic.

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Paris to Berlin in an hour: Welcome to the future of high-speed rail travel in Europe

Paris to Berlin in an hour: Welcome to the future of high-speed rail travel in Europe

Picture this: the year is 2045. You’re standing on a platform in Berlin awaiting a sleek Hyperloop pod that will glide into the station to a noiseless halt and then deposit you in Paris an hour later, ready for your morning meeting.

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Which EU country is leading the COVID-19 vaccination race?

Which EU country is leading the COVID-19 vaccination race?

Malta has risen to the top of the vaccinations leaderboard in Europe with 156.53 vaccination doses administered for every 100 people.

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Russia's Vladimir Putin self-isolates after close aides infected with COVID-19

Russia's Vladimir Putin self-isolates after close aides infected with COVID-19

Russian President Vladimir Putin has entered self-isolation after several cases of COVID-19 in his inner circle.

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The world’s most ambitious bridge would link Northern Ireland to Scotland

The world’s most ambitious bridge would link Northern Ireland to Scotland

In 2018, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson made public his support for a transport bridge that would connect Northern Ireland to Scotland.

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COVID vaccines: Which countries are vaccinating children over 12 and how do they compare?

COVID vaccines: Which countries are vaccinating children over 12 and how do they compare?

The COVID-19 vaccine race has focused on getting the elderly and medically vulnerable protected before gradually moving through the rest of the adult population.

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Super-fast, sustainable and accessible: Are trains the future of travel?

Super-fast, sustainable and accessible: Are trains the future of travel?

Rail travel in Europe is back in demand, there’s no question about it.Flights across the continent are relatively short, no matter where you go, leading many to ask whether they’d be better off – environmentally and financially – moving around by train.

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