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Tracking Sherlock Holmes in London
Forget umbrellas and raincoats. The hottest accessories for tourists flocking to London, England, this holiday season may be deerstalker hats and magnifying glasses.
Eurostar trains suspended again
Eurostar rail services remained suspended for a third day on Monday as the cross-channel operator worked to fix a fault which caused a series of breakdowns blamed on winter weather.
Many happy returns: Denmark
CNN South Africa correspondent Robyn Curnow shares her love for Denmark.
Court blocks BA cabin crew strike
British Airways secures a High Court injunction to block a planned 12-day strike by cabin crew that had threatened to hit millions traveling over the festive period.
Advice for those affected by BA strike
British Airways announced Tuesday it is seeking an injunction to prevent a strike by cabin crew from going ahead over the busy holiday period.
'Historic day' with Dreamliner flight
After more than two years of delays, Boeing's 787 Dreamliner has made its maiden flight in a three-hour trip that the maker described as a success.
Boeing Dreamliner takes flight
Fighting its way through more than two years of delays, Boeing's latest aircraft, the 787 Dreamliner, took off on its maiden flight in cloudy skies over Everett, Washington.
Where the alligators are abundant
The sign reads, "Always stay at least 15 feet away from alligators." That rule is difficult not to break when you go to the Shark Valley Visitor Center in the Florida Everglades.
BA strike threatens chaos
British Airways is offering to let customers rebook flights at no charge if they are affected by a cabin crew strike announced this week, but the airline is not offering refunds unless flights are actually scrapped, it said Tuesday.
BA crews vote to strike
British Airways passengers face holiday season chaos after cabin crew vote to strike for almost two weeks over Christmas and New Year over cost-cutting measures.
Sweden's abundant beauty
iReporters share their best photos of Sweden, from Stockholm's stunning architecture and setting to castles and coastal towns. Please send your photos of Austria for next week's gallery.
Finding love on the road
It may be the excitement of an exotic location, the rush of being on your own or the thrill of meeting someone from a completely different culture -- a fateful encounter while traveling can make two people crazy about each other in a way few other pairings can.
Cambodia's ancient ghost city
Located in a remote area of Cambodia, the ancient Khmer city of Banteay Chhmaris, being less famous than Siem Reap and the temples of Angkor Wat, is free of clusters of camera-toting tourists and souvenir hawkers.
War zone could be new Serengeti
It was once feared that wildlife in the conflict zone of Southern Sudan had been hunted to extinction. But animals are thriving and the day may come when it is mentioned alongside the Serengeti.
'Superjumbo' turns back over Atlantic
An Airbus airplane was forced to turn back to New York 90 minutes into a flight to Paris, Air France said Monday.
iReporters capture Czech castles
Take a look at iReporters' best shots of the Czech Republic.
Pilot charged after UK airport arrest
British police said they stopped a United Airlines pilot from flying while intoxicated earlier this week, pulling him from a Boeing 767 aircraft at London's Heathrow airport and charging him with being on duty while his blood-alcohol level was over the limit.
Napa Valley's top secrets
You don't need us to tell you that Napa Valley is a nice place to visit. What you do need is a way to lose the masses. Here are 20 tips for a glorious trip to Napa.
Snapshots from Downunder
iReporters have rave reviews for Australia. Check out their best shots of the land down under.
Golfing in Afghanistan
Why would anyone open a golf course in Afghanistan in the midst of war? One man in Afghanistan can answer that question with the kind of conviction that is hard to challenge.