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Pandemic leads to temporary relief for Thailand's indigenous people

Thailand's economy is also grappling with the effects of the pandemic, especially because it relies so heavily on tourism. But what's bad for business, has been a temporary source of relief for its vulnerable indigenous communities. Sarah Balter has their story. Coronavirus Pandemic (latest updates) 👉http://trt.world/1368 #Phuket #IndigenousPeople #Tourism

Wealthy tourists quarantine in Thailand with flair

Wealthy tourists quarantine in Thailand with flair

Tourism industry in Europe hit hard this summer

Tourism industry in Europe hit hard this summer

Covid-19 pandemic could have been avoided – expert

Covid-19 pandemic could have been avoided – expert

NYC tourism won’t recover until 2025

NYC tourism won’t recover until 2025

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Egyptian uprising dreams dashed, demands unmet

Entombed Chinese miners finally rescued

Entombed Chinese miners finally rescued

Rallies against police brutality and repression turn violent in Tunisia

Rallies against police brutality and repression turn violent in Tunisia

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Snow shoes get popular as ski resorts stay closed in Europe

Legendary talk show host Larry King dies at age 87

Legendary talk show host Larry King dies at age 87

Worldwide condemnation over mass protest arrests in Russia

Worldwide condemnation over mass protest arrests in Russia

Concerns grow on rule of law in Hong Kong as Beijing exerts more control

Concerns grow on rule of law in Hong Kong as Beijing exerts more control

Are we entering a 'permawar' against Covid?

Are we entering a 'permawar' against Covid?

Can Europe repair relations with the US after Trump?

Can Europe repair relations with the US after Trump?

Hong Kong officials put 10,000 people under lockdown

Hong Kong officials put 10,000 people under lockdown

Support for Tokyo Olympics fades as Japan issues state of emergency

Support for Tokyo Olympics fades as Japan issues state of emergency

Trial expected to start in the second week of February

Trial expected to start in the second week of February

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