All News

Qatar's World Cup challenge magnified by track worlds issues

Oct 8, 2019

Now the world track and field championships are over in Qatar, the focus shifts to the country's staging of the World Cup in 2022

Museum of the Bible quietly replaces questioned artifact

Oct 5, 2019

The Museum of the Bible in Washington has quietly replaced an artifact purported to be one of a handful of miniature Bibles that a NASA astronaut carried to the moon in 1971 after an expert questioned its authenticity

Greek fashion firms revitalize centuries-old silk tradition

Sep 29, 2019

Greece's financial crisis nearly snuffed out the country's centuries-old silk manufacturing tradition, but the end of the crippling recession has raised demand for fashion products and silk produced by a remote border town

AP Photos: Indian lockdown upends Kashmir children's lives

Sep 25, 2019

AP Photos: As the disputed Himalayan region of India-controlled Kashmir reels under an unprecedented lockdown, the children of the region remain the most affected

The Latest: British PM questions Thomas Cook bosses' pay

Sep 23, 2019

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says a "huge effort" is underway to bring home British tourists and passengers stranded abroad by the sudden collapse of travel company Thomas Cook

Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in Africa

Sep 23, 2019

Harry and Meghan start 1st official tour as family in South Africa with infant son, Archie

Tour company Thomas Cook collapses, global bookings canceled

Sep 23, 2019

British tour company Thomas Cook has collapsed after failing to secure rescue funding, and travel bookings for its more than 600,000 global vacationers were canceled

AP Exclusive: US helping Venezuela's Guaido track stolen art

Sep 19, 2019

U.S. officials are investigating the suspected looting of European and Latin American artwork they believe is being plundered by Venezuelan government insiders as Nicolas Maduro struggles to maintain his grip on power

Bermuda lashed by heavy winds from Cat 3 Hurricane Humberto

Sep 19, 2019

Hurricane Humberto is lashing Bermuda with strong winds as the powerful Category 3 storm passes just to the north of the British Atlantic territory, while another growing storm threatens tourist resorts along Mexico's Pacific coast

UN: Reconstruction of landmark Mosul mosque to begin in 2020

Sep 11, 2019

The United Nations' cultural agency says reconstruction of Al-Nouri Mosque in Iraq's city of Mosul is scheduled to start at the beginning of next year

To travel is to live. Unearth your next travel destination here with The Travel Trooper. We love what we do and looking forward to more #travelsquad joining us in this journey.

Contact us: sales@thetraveltrooper.com