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Fly now, pay later: Are travel loans a good deal?

Apr 12, 2018

Paying for travel in installments is convenient, but travelers should do their homework about costs

Saudi Arabia's first fashion week kicks off for women only

Apr 12, 2018

Saudi Arabia has kicked off its first ever fashion week with designs by Middle Eastern and other entrepreneurs, as well as shows by internationally-renowned labels Roberto Cavalli and Jean Paul Gaultier

'Star Wars' creator's museum buys Rockwell masterpiece

Apr 11, 2018

The Massachusetts museum that won a legal battle over its plan to sell dozens of works has sold a Norman Rockwell masterpiece to a Los Angeles museum founded by "Star Wars" creator George Lucas

The Latest: George Lucas' museum buys Rockwell masterpiece

Apr 11, 2018

The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles says it has bought Norman Rockwell's "Shuffleton's Barbershop" from a cash-strapped Massachusetts museum.

In Kiev, borscht, Maidan and a side trip to Chernobyl

Apr 11, 2018

Through years of political upheaval and economic turmoil, Ukraine's capital city, Kiev, has remained a vibrant, engaging place to visit

African nation of Chad is being taken off US travel ban list

Apr 10, 2018

The White House says citizens of Chad will be able to receive visas for travel to the United States after the African nation was placed on the administration's travel ban list

Congo: Virunga park says attack that killed 6 deadliest ever

Apr 10, 2018

Officials at Congo's Virunga National Park say the Monday slayings of six staff members is the deadliest known ambush of its kind in the park's history

Congo: 6 workers killed in ambush at Virunga National Park

Apr 9, 2018

Authorities in Congo say five park rangers and a driver have been killed in an attack at the Virunga National Park

Double-decker tourist bus slams into tree in Malta, 2 dead

Apr 9, 2018

An open-top double-decker tourist bus slammed into a low-hanging tree branch in Malta on Monday, killing two people and injuring 50 others, including a dozen children

Naval academy holds viewing of flag captured in War of 1812

Apr 7, 2018

The U.S. Naval Academy Museum has held a public viewing of large British flag that was captured in Canada during the War of 1812

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