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Airbus is ready for pilotless jets - are you?3h Updated Airbus is ready for pilotless jets - are you?
Christian Scherer says his company already has the technology to fly passenger planes without pilots at all - and is working on winning over regulators and travelers to the idea.
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The beautiful animal Images from book Fragile by Pedro Jarque Krebs published by teNeues11h Updated The beautiful animal Images from book Fragile by Pedro Jarque Krebs published by teNeues
Peruvian multi-award-winning wildlife photographer Pedro Jarque Krebs captured them at various places around the world.
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If It’s Sunday in Southeastern Indiana, Order the Fried Chicken11h Updated If It’s Sunday in Southeastern Indiana, Order the Fried Chicken
Doused in pepper, salt and history, the region’s signature dish is a staple of after-church dinners, and a fine reason for a road trip.
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Vatican tour with skip-the-line access ranked best tour on TripAdvisor, pub tour in London No1 in UK11h Updated Vatican tour with skip-the-line access ranked best tour on TripAdvisor, pub tour in London No1 in UK
The £51 ($64) experience allows visitors to skip up to four-hour queues and take in the wonders of the Sistine Chapel and St Peter's Basilica.
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How to Keep Bedbugs From Coming Home With You12h Updated How to Keep Bedbugs From Coming Home With You
Bedbugs peak in the summer, just in time for vacation. Here’s how to check your hotel bed for bloodsuckers — and what to do if you find them.
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In a Gray City, Some See a Blank Canvas12h Updated In a Gray City, Some See a Blank Canvas
The 52 Places Traveler takes the midnight train to Aberdeen and finds an underappreciated city that’s quietly exploding with creativity.
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Qatar Airways named best airline at 2019 Skytrax awards, easyJet second in budget carrier ranking12h Updated Qatar Airways named best airline at 2019 Skytrax awards, easyJet second in budget carrier ranking
This year the Skytrax World Airline Awards ceremony was held at the Paris Air Show. Other notable winners included Virgin Atlantic, Qantas, American Airlines and Air France.
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How to Survive Pride in New York14h Updated How to Survive Pride in New York
Four million people are expected in the city around WorldPride. If you’re one of them, here’s what you need to know.
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Milky Way over a Bavarian mountain17h Updated Milky Way over a Bavarian mountain
The 8th edition of the contest, organised by the Royal Observatory Greenwich in south east London, saw 4,600 hopefuls submit their best snaps of the sky at night as seen from 90 countries.
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Our pick of the best villas to rent, all with availability this summer 18h Updated Our pick of the best villas to rent, all with availability this summer 
The Daily Mail's Tom Chesshyre presents a pick of the best holiday rental properties to suit all budgets, from a simple spot in Sardinia to a majestic fully-staffed lodge in Morocco.
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Ireland’s big five adventure challenge22h Ireland’s big five adventure challenge
Beyond the blarney of the Kerry tourist trail, the Reeks District is pitching itself as the country’s adventure playground, with five outdoor activities on offer Halfway through cycling the
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In the Hudson Valley, a Drive Back in Time32h Updated In the Hudson Valley, a Drive Back in Time
One of the most beautiful parts of New York State was once the spine of the Dutch colony, and remnants of its history are everywhere, hiding in plain sight.
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Bognor Regis residents hit back after their town is named the joint worst seaside resort in Britain35h Updated Bognor Regis residents hit back after their town is named the joint worst seaside resort in Britain
The town in West Sussex came 96th alongside Clacton-on-Sea in a ranking by Which? that looked at factors such as quality of beach, seafront, food, accommodation and scenery.
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Authorities in Bruges want to limit the number of tourists visiting the city 36h Authorities in Bruges want to limit the number of tourists visiting the city 
Around 8.3million tourists poured into the small Belgian city in 2018 - population 117,260 - a surge of 900,000 compared to 2017, with six million of them just day-trippers.
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Disneyland moves a step closer to opening a brand new Marvel-themed land36h Disneyland moves a step closer to opening a brand new Marvel-themed land
The city of Anaheim last week approved building permits for projects related to the new land, which will be built at Disneyland's California Adventure Park.
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Thomas Cook pilots reveal their favourite scenic views from the cockpit and some amazing snaps38h Updated Thomas Cook pilots reveal their favourite scenic views from the cockpit and some amazing snaps
These pictures, from the U.S to the UK, have all been taken by Thomas Cook employees, including pilots, who voted for the flights that they think are the best for awe-inspiring views.
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Clumsy baby elephant trips up while playing with his doggy friend in adorable video 43h Clumsy baby elephant trips up while playing with his doggy friend in adorable video 
Nine-month-old T-noi tried to chase away a barking dog, but slipped on the muddy ground at the Rai Aomgord Phu Kao Organic Farm in Chiang Mai, northern Thailand.
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A local’s guide to Cádiz, Spain: 10 top tips46h A local’s guide to Cádiz, Spain: 10 top tips
Almost entirely surrounded by water, this Andalucian port city boasts 3,000 years of history, reflected in ancient buildings, traditional fish dishes and salt-of-the-earth people Cadiz’s most famous beach,
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Where Weary Travelers Can Lay Their Heads, and Watch Planes Go By47h Where Weary Travelers Can Lay Their Heads, and Watch Planes Go By
New York has joined the crowded field of high-end airport hotels. But globally, it has tough competition.
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