Coronavirus/ CNSU updates list of countries in red, yellow, green areas
The National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) on Thursday updated the list of countries or areas with high epidemiological risk.
Traffic steadily picking up at Ljubljana Airport
Brnik – The Ljubljana Jože Pučnik Airport has seen traffic tick up at the start of the summer tourism season. Scheduled flights to eleven destinations and charter flights to twenty destinations are currently available, with 2,000-2,500 passengers passing through the airport daily.
- Read more about Traffic steadily picking up at Ljubljana Airport
- Log in to post comments
Turkey expresses grief as migrant boat sinks off Tunisian coast
Turkey on July 4 expressed grief after a boat with 127 migrants on board sank off the eastern coast of Tunisia on July 3.
Some 84 of 127 migrants have been rescued by Tunisian authorities while the remaining are still missing.
43 missing after migrant boat sinks off Tunisia: Red Crescent
At least 43 people were missing off the southeastern coast of Tunisia after a boat carrying more than 120 migrants sank, the Tunisian Red Crescent said on July 3.
Romania updates list of countries in COVID-19 red, yellow, green areas
Romania's National Committee for Emergency Situations (CNSU) updated on Friday its list of countries or areas with high COVID-19 epidemiological risk. "The classification of the countries/areas by the cumulative rate of COVID-19 cases in order to sort the persons arriving in Romania accordingly and subject them to quarantine is hereby approved," reads CNSU Decision 39.
TUI: New cancellations of tourist packages for Greece
Travel giant TUI continues to cancel tour packages scheduled until early July for destinations such as Greece, Italy and Spain, according to the Daily Mail, as the date for the inclusion of more countries in the "green list" has been postponed again .
Satellite-tracked turtle ends up in Tunisia after 300-day journey
A loggerhead sea turtle tracked by satellite ended up in the Northern African country of Tunisia following a nearly 300-day journey across the Mediterranean starting in Turkey, over 3,000 kilometers (1,864 miles) away, Turkish scientists found.
No camel rides in Tunisian town as COVID slowly kills tourism
Two Bulgarian visitors stood in the ancient El Jem amphitheatre, one of Tunisia's top attractions, alone apart from swallows flitting under stone arches - a sight foretelling another tourist season wrecked by COVID-19.
US Vetoed 3 Times UN Security Council Attempts to Stop Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
United States of America has re-taken a different attitude in response the conflict between Israel and Palestine.
Three times, the United States has taken veto power to stop the UN security council's efforts to address the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Italy Hopes to Revive Migrant-Sharing Deals amid Migration Surge
Italy is pushing EU partners to revive migrant burden-sharing deals as it seeks to stave off a summertime surge in landings from North Africa, Prime Minister Mario Draghi said Wednesday (12 May).
Migration has returned to the top of the political agenda in Italy after more than 2,200 asylum-seekers from Tunisia and Libya arrived on its tiny island of Lampedusa last weekend.