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· July, 2009

Stories about Travel from July, 2009

Bermuda: Celebrity Tours

Aruba, Suriname: Journey of Discovery

Singapore: Eating on subway trains

Jerusalem: Discovering The Old City

Balkans-EU: Schengen's leftouts and letins

Iran: Armenian bloggers on plane crash

When a regular flight en route from Tehran to Yerevan crashed after takeoff yesterday, killing all 168 on board, many in Armenia and its Diaspora were distressed, and not least...

Russia: Medvedev, Obama, and the lot…

EU-Serbia: Visa freedom in 2010?

Dominica: Tourism Development?

Bangladesh: Replica Of Taj Mahal

East Timor: View from above

Saudi Arabia: Protecting Rights Abroad and at Home

Bangladesh: Through The Eyes Of Expatriates

There is a vibrant expatriate community in Bangladesh and many of them work as volunteers or are employed in numerous non-government organizations. Some of them are also blogging and are...

Japan: Beng Mealea Temple and Miyazaki's Laputa

Poland: More trouble on the horizon for Euro 2012

Bangladesh: Climbing Mt. Annapurna IV

Arab World: Stories in Pictures

Armed with their cameras, two bloggers in the region took pictures of habits and things which caught their attention and commented on them. Here are their stories from Syria and...

Jamaica: “Secret Caribbean”

Saudi Arabia: Summer in London

USA: One Step Closer to Lifting HIV Travel Ban

Last week the U.S. government initiated the final steps required to lift long-standing travel and immigration restrictions imposed on HIV-positive foreigners.

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