Greetings from Palestine, I have read the article "Tourism reaps benefits from Palestinian-Israeli cooperation" by Rachelle Kliger, published on eTurboNews on December 4th, and decided to write this response, hoping that you will publish it soon as a letter to the editor and make it available for the readers of eTurboNews.
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The Ugandan Ministry of Health has reported an outbreak of a deadly disease called Ebola in Western Uganda. The Ebola virus is part of a group of negative stranded RNA viruses, known as Filoviridae.
CONGO, OH CONGO, THY PEOPLE AND NEIGHBOURS EVER GRIEVE
(eTN) - Housekeeping staff at the Hermitage Hotel in Mount Cook were called to help an American guest who complained she could not get her pizza out of the microwave. It turned out she had in fact put the pizza in the safe in her room and activated the lock. nzherald.co.nz
HANOI (eTN) - Vietnam on Thursday greeted its four-millionth visitor of the year, celebrating a milestone for the tourism sector as it is seeking to position itself as a leading Southeast Asian travel destination.
Camp Bagong Diwa (eTN) - A special court on Thursday handed life sentences to 14 militants from al-Qaeda linked terrorist group Abu Sayyaf for the 2001 kidnapping of 20 tourists in a beach resort in Palawan, Philippines TV network ABS-CBN News reports. One hostage was beheaded and three others shot dead during the notorious episode. United States citizens were among the dead.
(eTN) - An Austrian tourist today admitted careless driving that killed four motorcyclists and injured two others in South Canterbury on Sunday. Heike Schellnegger, 30, pleaded guilty to four charges of careless driving causing death and two charges of careless driving causing injury when she appeared in Christchurch District Court.
KATHMANDU (eTN) — Cadres of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), which is now part of a peace process ending its 10-year insurgency, beat up a Swiss tourist in western Nepal when the tourist rejected their demand for a "donation," a tourism official said Thursday.
(eTN) - New figures released on Thursday indicate that Indianapolis is rolling in dough from the tourist trade. The numbers, from the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association, revealed a sharp increase in tourism dollars from 2005 to 2006, indicating that visitors plunked down more than $3.5 million in Indy in '06.