Can Kenya's tourist industry survive?Kenya's security image abroad had already been rapidly deteriorating when Islamist militants rampaged the coastal town of Mpeketoni on Sunday, allegedly looking for "non-...
City getaways with a differenceFrench cities are offering a growing choice of places to stay, promising guests an unforgettable night away.
Inside The Americas
INSIDE THE AMERICAS
2014 World Cup: Angry workers threaten more strikes as opening loomsThis week, strike action looms large over the World Cup. Sao Paulo, Brazil's richest city, faces issues such as transport and housing woes. Also, France prepares to face off a...
Part of iconic Paris bridge collapses from ‘love locks’ crazeTourists were evacuated from the Pont des Arts footbridge in central Paris over the weekend, after more than two metres of railing collapsed, crumbling under the weight of a thousa...
North Korea arrests US tourist over ‘illegal’ activitiesNorth Korea has arrested a US tourist for violating visa regulations, Pyongyang's state media said on Friday. In total, three Americans are now believed to be held by the recl...
Damian Barr and the Iron Lady's legacyWe meet author Damian Barr who tells us about his memoir 'Maggie & Me' ; the book recounts the shadow cast over his childhood by the UK's first female Prime...
Orphanages as a tourist attraction?In Cambodia so-called "orphanage tourism" is on the rise. That's when tourists go to orphanages, and often end up making donations. Sounds harmless, positive even......
Egyptian election opens amid heavy securityThe Egyptian presidential election opened Monday amid heavy security and conflicting reports of an explosion outside a polling station.
Roland Garros prepares to rake in the cashAs tennis players prepare to descend on Paris for the French Open, our reporters Karina Chabour and Joe Tandy take a look at the money-making side of the tournament at Roland Garro...
France In Focus
FRANCE IN FOCUS
Inside StrasbourgThis week we bring you a special show from the eastern city of Strasbourg. First we head to the European Parliament and find out more about the role of the MEP, and how their decis...
Tunisia in transition: Tourism poised for a comebackVisitor numbers dropped by 2.2 million the year of Tunisia's uprising. But the tourism industry has since been recovering slowly and now, three years on, the North African cou...
Chinese police to help patrol Paris after rise in Chinese muggingsChinese police will help patrol tourist destinations in Paris this summer after a rise in muggings and attacks on Chinese tourists, a source in France's interior ministry said...