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European travel stocks slide after Brussels blasts

London, United Kingdom | AFP Shares in airlines and travel sector companies fell heavily across European stock markets on Tuesday after explosions in Brussels. Twin blasts at Brussels airport killed at least one person and wounded several others, officials said, and Brussels train staff also reported a subsequent explosion at …

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Island of the Chimps

By Ronald Musoke It is 9.30am in the morning and the Water Front beach at Entebbe is just warming up. Our party, comprising 17 foreign tourists and seven Ugandans – all wrapped in in our bright orange life jackets, are on our way to the Ngamba Chimpanzee Sanctuary. READ ON…. …

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Hug a gorilla this September

By Patrick Kagenda Uganda Wildlife Authority offers a rare opportunity to millions They are rare, shy and their DNA is 99% similar to yours. But they are also huge, weighing up to 200 kgs sometimes. So you can imagine that even their most passionate lover would have trouble hugging one …

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