As the pandemic continues to rage, the government of Barbados, a country in the eastern Caribbean, is sending a very different message.
Emirates superjumbos have returned to the skies for the first time since the airline grounded its Airbus A380 fleet in March.
Authorities on the Spanish island of Mallorca ordered the closure of three popular party streets on Wednesday in a bid to prevent drunken tourists from flouting coronavirus restrictions and risking a fresh outbreak.
Would you be willing to board a train that's not going anywhere?
Muscovites desperate for a summer holiday abroad this year have found a loophole that's letting them evade Russia's coronavirus ban on foreign travel.
A spectacular new attraction has opened in Western Australia, despite the state's borders remaining closed to both international and domestic tourists.
Greece could reintroduce some lockdown measures, after the country has seen a spike in Covid-19 cases following the return of tourism.
There may be a lot of method rather than madness in opening a $1.3 billion new runway in the middle of a pandemic.
The order came shortly after a ruling by Turkey's top administrative court which overturned a 1934 decree that made the Hagia Sophia a museum.
Notre Dame's spire, which crashed to earth in flames last year when the cathedral caught fire, should be rebuilt as it was, a commission of experts was due to advise last night.
There is barely a clearer example of the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on global air travel: an Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger aircraft, has been stripped of its seats to make way for cargo.
More than 300 visitors arrived in Cairns from Sydney within the first hour of Queensland opening its borders.