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Dubai has revealed ambitious plans for a skyscraper hotel where every single floor can rotate independently of any of the others.
John F. Kennedy International Airport, which services New York City, is opening a new $65-million terminal just for travelling pets.
Women in India have been knitting colourful jumpers for rescued elephants as temperatures at night plummet to near-zero. Fabulous.
Brutus the supermarket cat, who visited the same Morrisons branch every day before he died, will be immortalised with his own statue.
UK travellers could face higher roaming charges when visiting the EU after Brexit, according to a leaked report from the EU parliament.
The world's most visited cities have been revealed! Which cities welcomed the most visitors, and how many of them have you been to?
Australia is planning to replace using passports at border control with state-of-the-art biometric recognition technology.
If living in a lighthouse on an island in the middle of nowhere sounds like your dream job, this is an opportunity you don’t want to miss.
Although technology is always improving, flight times are actually getting longer. A new report seems to have uncovered the reason.
Costa Rica produced almost all of its electricity from renewable sources in 2016, maintaining its reputation as an eco-friendly destination.