Five US Citizens Flew from Colorado To Italy On A Private Jet And Were “Treated Like Criminals” When Refused Entry

The passengers on a private jet flying from Eagle County, Colorado to Sardinia, Italy were prevented from entering because of the EU ban on Americans entering the European Union. The plane had ten passengers onboard: five US citizens, two Brits, two Germans, an Italian, and a New Zealander. They had flown from the United States…

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Nomadic Reindeer Herders in Mongolia Use An App To Share Their Location With Airbnb Guests

A company with a unique logistics proposal is helping nomadic reindeer herders in Mongolia offer an Airbnb experience. The company what3words developed a map of the entire world by breaking it down into squares of three metres by three metres. Each square has three unique words assigned to it – for example ///dog.fox.kitchen This means…

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Swedish Tourists from a Small Island Are Welcome Back to Norway, Everyone Else Can Stay Home

Norway and Sweden have always shared an interesting history. In 1814, Norway was ceded to Sweden after losing the Napoleonic War. That union wasn’t dissolved until 1905 when Norway became independent. During the Lillehammer Olympics in 1994, shops sold maps of the Nordics that left Sweden out. In addition, there is a fierce rivalry between…

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An Attorney General Candidate Moonlights As A Delta Baggage Handler For Free Flights

David Leavitt is the brother of former Utah governor Mike Leavitt, who served in the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator and Secretary of Heath and Human Services. David is currently the Utah County Attorney and was elected to that position in 2018. David Leavitt is running for the Republican nomination for Attorney General against the current…

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Colorado Tourism Office Encourage People To Not Come To Colorado

The Colorado Tourism Office started a campaign to keep people from coming to Colorado. Using the hashtag #WaitingToCo and #WaitingToColorado, the Tourism Office encourages people to do outdoor activities at home rather than in Colorado due to the quarantine. The Colorado Tourism Office (CTO) launched its first-ever campaign designed not to attract visitors to the…

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