Month: August 2019

Why go?  The world’s most northerly capital city – lit by the midnight sun in summer or winter’s magical Northern Lights – is a highlight of many a North Atlantic cruise. Though architecturally underwhelming, its waterfront setting and mountain vistas imbue the city with charm, while just inland lie epic landscapes shaped by volcanoes and glaciers.  Cruise
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The Telegraph Ski & Snowboard Festival, which runs from October 24 to 27 in London’s Battersea Park, has announced Snow-Camp as its official charity partner. Snow-Camp is the only UK charity to use snow sports as a way to help inner-city young people transform their lives and skills. As part of the collaboration the Festival,
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Imagine going from newlyweds to newly homeless. That’s what happened to Mostafa Yousri and his wife 16 months after they tied the knot. The house they shared in Egypt literally collapsed. Yousri stayed with friends while his wife stayed with her family until they could rent an apartment three months later. “For about 90 percent
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An international air traveler is cleared by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Officer inside the U.S. Customs and Immigration area at Dulles International Airport. Paul J. Richards | AFP | Getty Images A computer problem on Friday prevented U.S. immigration officials from processing arrivals at airports around the country, officials said. It wasn’t immediately
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