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The Foreign Office wants tourists' stay in Egypt to remain peaceful by avoiding all demonstrations and large gatherings

Egypt tourists told: 'Avoid demos'

British tourists visiting Egypt have been advised to "avoid all demonstrations and large gatherings" over the next few days.

A woman's umbrella is blown around during a winter snowstorm in Philadelphia (AP)

Snows bring US flight cancellations

Snowstorms have brought chaos to many parts of the US, grounding thousands of flights with further bad weather predicted.

Exposing skin to sunlight may help to protect against high blood pressure and the consequences that come with it

Sunlight lowers blood pressure

Catching some rays could help to reduce blood pressure and so cut the risk of heart attack and stroke, it is claimed.

Dubrovnik in Croatia boasts a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Number of Brits visiting Croatia up

British holidaymakers searching for sun, sea and culture are turning to Croatia in increasing numbers, new figures reveal.

Once-in-a-lifetime visits to places like Thailand are now being repeated by many holidaymakers

Exotic hols now twice-in-a-lifetime

At one stage, visits to Australia, the US and Thailand were deemed by most as once-in-a-lifetime holidays.

Jamaica in: The Caribbean destination is expected to be highly popular during 'Sunshine Saturday'

Storm sees surge of holiday orders

Britons are looking to beat the January blues and current stormy weather by booking holidays to sunnier climes this weekend.

The Eiffel Tower: Helping France to be voted best country in a new poll

Experts name France 'best country'

Over 100 leading UK travel journalists have revealed their inside track recommendations on which destinations to enjoy in 2014.

Flight drama: A passenger gave birth to a baby boy on a flight from Valencia to Bucharest

Baby born on flight from Spain

A baby boy has been born on a flight from Valencia to Bucharest.

Passengers waiting at the North Terminal at Gatwick Airport, as passengers were left "in limbo" at the airport's North Terminal

Voucher offer after flight chaos

The chief executive of Gatwick Airport has apologised to passengers whose flights were cancelled on Christmas Eve as it was revealed those affected would be offered £100 worth of vouchers "as a gesture of goodwill".