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Want to visit Brazil? From next year, US travelers will need to share their bank statements first

Hot on the heels of the European Union postponing (again) its much-mooted ETIAS program, which will require visitors from most non-EU countries to obtain pre-travel clearance, Brazil has pushed back the start of its new visa system for travelers from the US, Canada and Australia.
Want to visit Brazil? From next year, US travelers will need to share their bank statements first
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Mount Everest: Nepal to remove trash and dead bodies from world’s tallest mountain

As the 2024 Himalayan mountaineering season gets underway, another high-altitude project is in the works: removing tons of trash from Mount Everest.
Mount Everest: Nepal to remove trash and dead bodies from world’s tallest mountain
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The gigantic tunnels and bridges linking Asia to Europe

With sloping banks studded with elegant private mansions, palace parks and centuries-old groves, the Bosphorus is the embodiment of Istanbul.
The gigantic tunnels and bridges linking Asia to Europe
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For years tourists have ridden boats through this sacred Australian natural wonder. A new ban will stop them in their tracks

The Horizontal Falls are one of Australia’s strangest natural attractions, a unique blend of coastal geography and powerful tidal forces that visitors pay big money to see up close.
For years tourists have ridden boats through this sacred Australian natural wonder. A new ban will stop them in their tracks
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Airlines try to leverage Boeing woes despite lack of alternatives

 Airline executives are frustrated with Boeing (BA.N), opens new tab as its safety crisis has upendedtheir business plans. But in a tight market for large aircraft supplied by two companies, they have little choice but do business with the U.S. planemaker.Despite some public displays of alarm - United Airlines (UAL.O), opens new tab CEO Scott Kirby flew to France to talk with Airbus(AIR.PA), opens new tab as Boeing's latest crisis erupted - carriers are still negotiating new plane ...
Airlines try to leverage Boeing woes despite lack of alternatives
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Australian billionaire revives dream to set sail on Titanic II

For more than a decade, Australian billionaire Clive Palmer has been the driving force behind plans to build Titanic II – a replica of the ill-fated ship that sank in 1912 with more than 2,200 people on board.
Australian billionaire revives dream to set sail on Titanic II
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Eiffel Tower Reopens For Visitors After 6-day Long Employee Strike

The Eiffel Tower reopened to visitors on Sunday after a six-day closure because of striking employees demanding better maintenance of the historic landmark, showing traces of rust, and salary hikes.
Eiffel Tower Reopens For Visitors After 6-day Long Employee Strike