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Fears raised as 'one third' of China's Great Wall disappears

Fears raised as 'one third' of China's Great Wall disappears

Built to defend an empire, parts of the Great Wall of China are crumbling so badly they need someone to leap to their defense
Defiant tourists: Tunisia still safe

Defiant tourists: Tunisia still safe

Deadly terror attack has spooked many, but some visitors say there’s no reason to cancel
Helsinki's new Guggenheim museum stirs controversy

Helsinki's new Guggenheim museum stirs controversy

Finnish capital unveils design winner after years of public scrutiny and six months of jury deliberations
World's most peaceful destination named

World's most peaceful destination named

Iceland retains its position as world's safest haven from crime and conflict
Tunisia attack: Tourism industry reels again

Tunisia attack: Tourism industry reels again

Deadly attack in Sousse comes just months after gunmen killed 23 at a Tunis museum
Beloved Australian attraction in danger of collapse

Beloved Australian attraction in danger of collapse

Park officials warn visitors to stay away from Sydney's Wedding Cake Rock formation as massive fractures appear
Glastonbury: Huge tent city springs up in UK countryside

Glastonbury: Huge tent city springs up in UK countryside

For 51 weeks a year, the most rock and roll thing to happen at Worthy Farm in southwestern England is milking time. That changes this weekend
Courtney Love rages at violent anti-Uber protest in Paris

Courtney Love rages at violent anti-Uber protest in Paris

Angry French taxi drivers disrupt traffic and slow access to airports near Paris to protest the U.S. online ride service UberPOP
Tama the cat, Japan's cutest stationmaster, has died

Tama the cat, Japan's cutest stationmaster, has died

The country is now mourning the beloved feline who saved a rural train station from financial ruin
Threatened lighthouse goes walkabout in Maine

Threatened lighthouse goes walkabout in Maine

Under threat from coastal erosion, Gay Head lighthouse is lifted onto rails and rolled inshore
 ISIS 'destroys' ancient UNESCO site shrines in Syria

ISIS 'destroys' ancient UNESCO site shrines in Syria

Syrian government says hardline fighters have destroyed two ancient buildings at site dating back 2,000 years