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Woolgoolga, New South Wales: Travel guide and things to do
Sydney Morning Herald

Woolgoolga, New South Wales: Travel guide and things to do

Woolgoolga Curry FestivalCredit: Woolgoolga is a pleasant and leisurely seaside town which spreads from the hills down to the beach side. It is located 586 km north-east of Sydney and 25 km north of Coffs Harbour, Woolgoolga is famous for its large ... Sydney Morning Herald, 1 week ago

ISIS begins onslaught on Ramadi

A minaret in Kobane is partly obscured by smoke after a mortar strike during fighting between ISIS and Kurdish fighters. -AP Jihadis launch surprise attack on capital of Anbar province from all four directions ISIS launched a major attack Friday on the Iraqi ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Outlook Traveller

East of Tibet

At 4,300m the air is crisp and Im breathless. Im concentrating too much on keeping my wheels spinning to figure which gets the higher score for my ragged chest — the altitude or a road that refuses to remain at a steady plane. But for now it's ...
 Outlook Traveller6 days ago

As Iraqis cope with past injustices, so should Israelis

An Iraqi man leaves an indoor market as he walks towards the 14th-century brick minaret of the Dhu al-Kifl mosque at the site of the Jewish shrine of Ezekiel in the Iraqi town of Kifl, April 21, 2009.(photo by AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/) Author:Akiva ...
 AlMonitor3 weeks ago
Capital Bay

Millions of Shi'ite Muslims defy ISIS attacks to visit shrine of Prophet Mohammad's grandson in Karbala

Festival known as Arbaeen lasts 40 days and is celebrated by Shi'ite Muslims throughout the Middle East Culminates in a pilgrimage to Holy City of Karbala in Iraq where an estimated 17million have gathered this year In Pakistan, Shi'ite Muslim men ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago

2015 travel bucket list

MANILA, Philippines New York, Paris, Rome these cities will always be on the top of everyone's travel bucket list. The allure of these world famous cities will always bring in hordes of tourists year in and year out but for 2015, what about ...
 Rappler9 hours ago
US News & World Report

10 Surprisingly Affordable Retirement Hotspots

The U.S. dollar is surging against the euro and other currencies, making this a great time to be thinking about reinventing your retirement in some of the world's most appealing spots. In several countries, including Algarve, Portugal; Pau, ...
 US News & World Report2 days ago

The world's best cities with the worst reputations

They are the meanest streets in the world. Cities that feature in nightly news bulletins rather than double-page spreads. Places where dangers lurk on every corner. Bombs. Assassinations. Crime and poverty. Even for the intrepid traveller, these ... days ago

Qatar's ties to militants complicate relations with U.S., neighbors

Even in a part of the world where tangled alliances are as common as sweet tea, one would be hard-pressed to find a country where the same few sweltering square miles house the sprawling operations hub for a huge U.S.-led air war and provide plush ...
 Los Angeles Times4 days ago

Old Ports of the Syrian Coast

Ugarit literature depicted the struggle between Baal and Yam. The Canaanites made the Mediterranean an internal lake for their Trade. Arwad, an artificial island built to increase the area of land. The Mediterranean played an important role in the ...
 Al Shams Info1 week ago
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