Fisk drops to win a seat on tour

Former Georgia Southern golfer Steven Fisk seems to have a knack for playing his best golf when his back is against the wall. Heading into Monday’s final round of the Korn Ferry Tour qualifying tournament at Landings Club on Savannah’s Marshwood Golf Course, Fisk was tied for 86th place. The …

Read More »

German conductor to perform, train in Turkey

ISTANBUL German conductor Frieder Bernius will perform in Turkey, the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism announced on November 4. class = “cf”> Bernius, founder and director of the Kammerchor Stuttgart (Stuttgart Chamber Choir), will conduct a series of concerts and formations in Istanbul and the capital Ankara. Hosted by …

Read More »

Chenango Sheriff Challenger arrested in October Defeated

Some races in Chenango County have been closely watched this year, including the competition for mayor of Norwich and a county sheriff’s competition that raised eyebrows for a candidate who had seen a candidate arrested before election day. Gary Talkiewicz / Townsquare Binghamton Republican Brian Doliver defeated Democrat John Quattroccini …

Read More »

Istanbul surpasses last year’s tourist count in just 9 months

Turkey’s tourist metropolis, Istanbul welcomed 5.8 million tourists in the first nine months of this year, already surpassing numbers reached throughout 2020 when the sector suffered a severe blow from the COVID-19 pandemic. In September alone, some 975,916 tourists visited the city, according to official data from Istanbul’s Provincial Directorate …

Read More »

Immigration made easy – News

Shanaz Lakhani, CEO and Managing Director, Vision Immigration Consultancy An experienced consultant who not only helps you but also educates you In today’s world of globalization, which has led to a sharp increase in trade and economic and financial exchanges, there is strong global economic growth. The shifting dynamic of …

Read More »

New finds at 9 million-year-old fossil site in Muğla

New fossil specimens have been found in an area dating back 9 million years near Kaklıca Tepe, in the Özlüce district of MuÄŸla in Turkey, where excavations began after its discovery by shepherds in 1993. Professor Berna Alpagut, professor in the anthropology department at Ankara University, said: “In the excavations …

Read More »

NJ’s ax killer first threatened his roommate

The young man accused of killing his grandfather with an ax this month is a Rutgers University student who threatened his roommate with an ax, weeks before his relative’s murder, as the newspaper reports university student. Rutgers University Police Department took an ax from the car of Jason Vicari, 21, …

Read More »

Antalya to benefit from COVID shutdown in Russia

MOSCOW / ANTALYA Antalya, one of Turkey’s hottest tourist attractions, braces for an influx of Russian holidaymakers later this month after Moscow ordered a week-long paid holiday nationwide from October 30 to curb COVID-19 infections amid record virus deaths. class = “cf”> Following the government shutdown decision, thousands of Russian …

Read More »

Avanti launches new website for travel counselors

Avanti Destinations launched a new Travel Counselor website that allows Travel Counselors to create, save, price and share personalized FIT vacations quickly and easily, 24 hours a day. The tour operator, which sells bespoke independent travel throughout Europe, Asia, Central and South America, North Africa and the Middle East exclusively …

Read More »

Saudi Arabia plans to build theme park on oil rig

Located in the Persian Gulf, “THE RIG” will be the first tourist destination in the world inspired by offshore oil platforms. (Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund) Oil-dependent Saudi Arabia takes the concept of economic diversification at face value. The kingdom has announced plans to convert an oil rig in the …

Read More »

Singapore lifts Covid ban on Indian aviators

Removes 5 other Asian countries from the restriction as of October 26 Singapore has removed India from its list of travel restrictions along with Bangladesh, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. He announced the resumption of travel to India and some other countries, including Pakistan and Bangladesh, from October 26. …

Read More »

Photo enthusiasts capture images of ancient sites in Turkey

Photography enthusiasts taking part in the fourth stop of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Turkey Photo Safari took photos of the ancient towns of Letoon and Xanthos in Mugla provinces and Antalya. The event, organized to present the cultural, historical and natural riches of Turkey which …

Read More »

Greek tourism rebounds but still suffers from COVID-19

CHICAGO: Arab Americans are among thousands of candidates across the United States running in municipal and regional elections on November 2. Key races include campaign battles for mayor in Boston, Massachusetts and in Dearborn and Dearborn Heights, Michigan. In Virginia, an Arab-American woman is set to become the second most …

Read More »

David Y. Igé | HTA Press Release: Public Invited to Attend Destination Management Action Plan Meetings for Maui (November 2), Lanai (November 9) and Molokai (November 12)

HTA Press Release: Public Invited to Attend Destination Management Action Plan Meetings for Maui (November 2), Lanai (November 9) and Molokai (November 12) Posted on October 20, 2021 in Latest News, Press Room HONOLULU – The Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) and Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau (MVCB) are encouraging the …

Read More »

‘Safe Tourism’ Attracts Foreign Visitors to Antalya

ANTALYA Some 7 million vacationers have visited Antalya, one of Turkey’s hottest tourist spots, in the first nine months of the year thanks to the “Safe Tourism Certificate” program and widespread vaccination among working staff. in industry. class = “cf”> In 2019, Antalya attracted nearly 16 million foreign tourists, including …

Read More »

Turkey rejects orientalist approach to the African continent

“We embrace the peoples of the African continent without any discrimination,” Turkish President Erdogan said in his address to the Angolan parliament as part of his four-day tour of Africa. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan addresses the Angolan parliament in Luanda, Angola, October 18, 2021. (AA) Turkish President Recep Tayyip …

Read More »

Polish-Turkish friendship gives hope to world diplomacy

With recent positive developments, especially in defense, Turkey and Poland, two countries sharing many commonalities in cultural history, cuisine and diplomacy, have stepped up their cooperation and bilateral relations. The constant developments and negotiations indicate that the two countries, both full members of NATO, wish to intensify their collaboration through …

Read More »

What to expect below Alert Level 3

Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, October 13) – Amid calls to relax COVID-19 restrictions, the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) announced on Wednesday that Metro Manila will go to Alert Level 3 from October 16 to 31. Here is a list of establishments and activities authorized and prohibited under this status, according …

Read More »

Mike Copeland: Halloween expenses; Tourist treats; CFP Trophy at Cinemark; Banker on board | News from local businesses

Heritage Creamery waitress Abby Bennett takes orders at the Eighth Street site on the outskirts of Baylor University. Rod Aydelotte, Tribune-Herald file photo Halloween shouldn’t scare retailers this year, as consumers will spend a record $ 10.14 billion on goodies, ghoul-related clothing and get-togethers, the National Retail Federation reported after …

Read More »

No quarantine in Turkey for Indians vaccinated Covishield-Sputnik, to extend the same for Covaxin after the nod of the WHO | Indiafleurit

Indians who have received Covishield or Sputnik V vaccines can travel to Turkey without any restriction or quarantine. Once Covaxin obtains WHO approval, travelers vaccinated with the same vaccine will also be able to travel to Turkey without any restrictions, the country’s embassy in India said. According to the latest …

Read More »

PIA to expand charter flights to UK

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Saturday decided to expand its flights to the United Kingdom (United Kingdom), after easing travel for Pakistani passengers. The PIA asked the chartered companies for their quotes to extend air operations to European countries. The national airline needs planes with 250 seats to operate its …

Read More »

CCC spreads wings in Ankara, Turkey

Ceylon Chamber of Commerce and Ankara Chamber of Commerce in Turkey virtually signed a landmark Memorandum of Understanding to further strengthen trade, investment and tourism between Sri Lanka and Turkey on September 29 2021. Ankara Chamber of Commerce is the representative body of Ankara industrial and commercial entities, established in …

Read More »

9 fall activities around the Twin Cities

Autumn is in full swing! Looking for things to do before the weather gets colder? We found nine activities in the Twin Cities (well, one technically in Wisconsin) to try this season. Take a scenic train ride Details: The Fall Colors train ride along the St. Croix River Valley is …

Read More »

Highlights from Greece: Greece calls for a common and coordinated EU position on Afghanistan (July – August 2021) – Greece

In view of the events that unfolded in Afghanistan in August, Greece, along with 97 other countries, pledged to ensure that the citizens, nationals and residents, employees, Afghans with whom they worked and those at risk can continue to travel freely to destinations outside Afghanistan. As UNHCR deploys all possible …

Read More »

Help Us Help You – Emergency services across Canada are encouraging the public to download the free what3words locator app before the expected increase in 9-1-1 calls around Thanksgiving

TORONTO – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Emergency services across Canada brace for a busy Thanksgiving as people are expected to travel, while outdoor enthusiasts venture out to make the most of the stunning fall colors and warmer temperatures. fresh from Canada. Seventy percent * of Canadian emergency services control rooms surveyed …

Read More »

Man admits role in ‘birth tourism’ program – Huntington Now

As part of his plea, Aksakal lost $ 397,500 as proceeds related to his role in the scheme. From January 2017 to at least September 2020, Aksakal and his co-conspirators announced a birth tourism program on two Turkish-language Facebook pages, www.facebook.com/ bebegimamerikadadogsun and Wwww.facebook.com/amerikadadogum.org, and a Turkish website https://amerikadadogum.org. Translated …

Read More »

Turkey speeds up approval of Paris climate agreement

Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan submitted the Paris climate agreement to Parliament on Friday for ratification. The president had earlier announced that the agreement, which will strengthen Turkey’s international position in the fight against climate change, is expected to be approved by parliament upon his return from summer recess on …

Read More »

Australia recognizes India’s Covishield and China’s Coronavac for international travelers

In a big victory for the Indian Covishield, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced on Friday that Australia would consider the Indian Covishield (AstraZeneca / SII) and Chinese Coronavac (Sinovac) as “recognized vaccines” for inbound travelers. Announcing his government’s plan to “reopen to the world”, Morrison said Australia would allow …

Read More »

“Seats” found in a Roman Empire-era arena in Turkey

Archaeologists in western Turkey have discovered the 1,800-year-old equivalent of “lodge seats” in a giant arena dating back to the Roman Empire. During excavations in the ancient Pergamon Amphitheater, a large arena built to mirror the Colosseum in Rome, researchers discovered two seat blocks with inscriptions carved on the east …

Read More »

What are the new travel rules from October 4?

It’s farewell, farewell, sayonara to the traffic light system for Brits who wish to travel abroad. From October 4, the red-amber-green division will be replaced by one that looks more like “stop-go”. With the removal of one of the mandatory Covid-19 tests for most travelers – and a more generous …

Read More »