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Pride 2018: The Best LGBTQ-Friendly Places You Must Visit This Year

In celebration of the pride month, cities all over the world are gearing up for the Pride Parade. So get your plane tickets and rainbow-colored flags ready for these LGBTQ-friendly cities that will awaken your pride.

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Mexico

The Most Dangerous Countries For American Tourists Revealed

The number of travel warnings and actual deaths determined the rankings of the most dangerous countries for American tourists.

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Israel - Small but Outstanding

Holiday Travel 2017: New Hotels, Cruises And Restaurants Transforms Israel Into A Tourist Hotspot

As if there's not enough reason to visit Israel, the country is now taking tourism to a whole new level. Aside from its historical attractions, Israel will be putting up new hotels, restaurants, markets and cruises this 2017, making it a tourist hot spot.

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Israeli Troops Conduct Anti-Terror Training Exercise

Israel Warns Citizens On Travel To Egypt, Jordan and Turkey

Israel’s Counter-Terrorism Bureau warns citizens on travelling to Middle Eastern countries for the possibility of ISIS terror attacks.

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Welcome to the wall: artist Banksy opens Bethlehem hotel

British Artist Banksy Opens Hotel With The Worst Views In The World

British street artist Banksy opened The Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem near the controversial wall dividing Israel from Palestine, calling it to be a lodging with the" worst view of any hotel in the world." The 10-room property serves as accommodation, museum, political or artistic statement of the artist regarding the wall that has the two regions pitting against each other.

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Tel Aviv

The Five Things You Have To See In Tel Aviv This 2017

Tel Aviv in Israel is an amazing city and an unforgettable cultural experience. If you have yet to travel to Tel Aviv this 2017, here are the best destinations to see.

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Works at Atapuerca Archeological Site

From King Solomon’s Mine To Treasure Hunt App In London, 2017 Is Good Year For Archaeology

Archaeologists will find more interesting dig ups this year and would like the public to know more of their history and culture. More expeditions and creative initiatives have 2017 say it's the year of archaeology.

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ISRAEL TRAVEL GUIDE - Part 1

Spending Less While Traveling In Israel

Traveling in a bustling pilgrimage destination like Israel is challenging for those on a tight budget. But here are some of the tips to save expenses…

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ISRAEL TRAVEL GUIDE - Part 2

The New Jerusalem Map; Shapes Jerusalem Narrative.

Although having released the new map which is more controversial than the old one, the ministry of tourism is still working on a permanent version.

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Dead Sea

Dead Sea Receives Rescue By Swimmers And Organizations; Raises Awareness On Sea's Degradation

A 17-kilometer swim was organized by EcoPeace to help save the Dead Sea.

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Travel Destination: North Sea Coast Of Germany

Get To Know The Youngest Person To Visit Every Country In The World; Find Out How She Did It!

The world is composed of 196 countries which may seem impossible for one to visit in their lifetime. But a woman from Connecticut is about to prove us all wrong.

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Eilat, Israel

How to Travel To Israel: Five Things You Need To Know

Home to the famous Jerusalem, Sea of Galilee, Nazareth, and Haifa, Israel is one country that has an overabundance of beautiful attractions. It is worthy to take time in getting acquainted with the necessary information before heading to this side of the world. Here are the essentials.

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Mango the bear gets back surgery in Israel

Syrian Brown Bear Surgery In Israel [PHOTOS]: See How Mango the 550lb Bear Gets Surgery for Slipped Disc

Syrian brown bear surgery in Israel is for a bear named Mango, to repair a herniated disc. The Syrian brown bear surgery in Israel took place at the Ramat Gan Zoological Center, according to the Associated Press.

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The Qesem Cave Dig

Archaeologists Find 300,000 Year-Old Kitchen In Israel

Humans have been using fire to cook for thousands of years, but how long ago did we start organising food into a certain space? Archaeologists believe they've found the answer.

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