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Rome Public Transport: Tips for Riding the Bus

Rome—easy on the eyes, but hard on the feet. When I get to bella Roma, I flit from one historical attraction to the next like the proverbial kid in the candy store. 892 more words


An industry built on human misery

Tracey Ferrier AAP, Petra Kaminsky DPA

As nations around the world grapple with the people smuggling trade, vital questions beg answers. How many criminals are involved in smuggling? 703 more words


The Roman Guy’s “Venice Walking and Boat Tour”

We met our guide, Chiara, between the two iconic columns of Piazzetta di San Marco. Succumbing to superstition, we refused to walk between the two pillars and instead met the group on the other side. 1,001 more words


Photo of the Day: Colosseum from Palatine Hill

Looking down on the Colosseum from the Palatine Hill above the Roman Forum. From here you can get a sense of how much it once towered over the rest of the city (to a large extent it still does). 21 more words


Guide to: Central Italy

Most people may not want to spend their vacations in a remote jungle in Laos somewhere like I do, but they do usually want to get to Italy at some point in their lives. 2,918 more words


6,000 migrants rescued in Mediterranean in two days


And whoso saves a life, it shall be as if he or she had given life to all mankind. (Al Quran 5:32/33)

By AFP – May 07,2017 – JORDAN TIMES… 291 more words

The Muslim Times

Cyber-attack: Europol says it was unprecedented in scale

Source: BBC

A cyber-attack that hit organisations worldwide including the UK’s National Health Service was “unprecedented”, Europe’s police agency says.

Europol also warned a “complex international investigation” was required “to identify the culprits”. 30 more words

The Muslim Times