Spain’s Camino dos Faros snakes atop soaring cliffs that drop sharply to the sea, traversing a portion of Atlantic shoreline known as the Coast of Death (Costa da Morte). Despite its sinister name, a trek here can deliver a powerful calm.
The Australian government and a United Nations body are facing off this week over whether the Great Barrier Reef is “in danger” of losing its “outstanding universal value.”
It’s famous for its docks, the Beatles, and its two world-renowned soccer teams — but now, Liverpool is going through a different kind of notoriety.
A ranger at Yosemite National Park is pleading to visitors to drive slow and stay alert after another bear was killed by a car.
A “slip of the tongue” by an air traffic controller at Paris Charles de Gaulle airport saw two planes come within 300 feet of crashing into each other last July, according to a report released Tuesday.
An Indonesian man is reportedly facing arrest after disguising himself as his wife in order to board a flight.
It’s been a strange year for the aviation industry, with many airlines grounding aircraft for significant chunks of 2020.
Former US President Bill Clinton declined offers of tea with Queen Elizabeth and dinner at the British Prime Minister’s official country house because he wanted to “be a tourist,” go shopping and eat Indian food during his first official visit to the UK with Tony Blair as leader in 1997, according to formerly classified documents.
Divers have discovered rare remains of a military vessel in the ancient sunken city of Thônis-Heracleion — once Egypt’s largest port on the Mediterranean — and a funerary complex illustrating the presence of Greek merchants, the country said on Monday, July 19.
Canada notched a significant milestone this weekend, fully vaccinating about 50% of its population and surpassing the US vaccination rate for Covid-19.