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Op-Ed: 7 Things International Travelers Forget

Unfortunately, some travel abroad lessons are often learned the hard way. You don’t really know what you need until you find yourself in a tough spot (like in jail overseas)—or do you?

Op-Ed: British Slavery Trial ends in convictions

Luton - If you thought slavery was abolished in 1833, think again. Thursday, four members of a family of so-called travellers were convicted at Luton Crown Court of holding four men as slaves, one of them for up to 15 years.

Op-Ed: Slavery in the land of ‘Magna Carta’

Leighton Buzzard - Last month, a research scientist was convicted of keeping a slave. In London! Since then, another and even more disturbing case has appeared in the land that gave the world ‘Magna Carta’.

Dale Farm travellers begin moving on to Stockwood Park in Luton

More than 20 families of travellers who have been pitched up at the Dale Farm site near Basildon, Essex for the last ten years, have begun arriving at Luton's Stockwood Park.

Playing Hide And Seek Online Can Yield A Cheap Seat

Bargain hunters know that using the Internet can sometimes give travelers a great deal when traveling. Last week Gilda Chavez-Diaz flew home to Fort Lauderdale from L.A. for a total of $18. That was the fee round trip by the way.

Authorities look for travellers with possible exposure to tuberculosis

Public health officials in Canada and the U.S. are looking for international travellers and others who may have been exposed to an individual infected with a drug resistant form of tuberculosis.

US 'most unfriendly country'

According to a global survey released today, the US is the world's most unfriendly country for international travellers due to rude immigration officials and long delays in processing visas.

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Dale Farm near Basildon in Essex
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