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News: Thomas Cook returns to Tunisia for first time since 2015 terror attack

Thomas Cook is resuming its holiday and flight operations to Tunisia for UK customers from today. It will be the first time the tour operator has flown to the country since a 2015 beach attack in which 30 Britons were killed. The programme will start with three weekly flights to Enfidha, from Manchester, London Gatwick and Birmingham, expanding to include Glasgow from April and Newcastle and London Stansted from May. The decision was taken to put the destination back on sale after the UK government changed its advice for Tunisia…

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Here she goes again: My, my Natalie O'Donnell returns to Mamma Mia!

Never have the lyrics, “Mamma Mia, here I go again” held such truth for Natalie O’Donnell. Seventeen years ago, the actor and singer played a young Sophie in Australia’s first production of Mamma Mia!. Now O’Donnell is back, this time stepping into the shoes of Donna, Sophie’s mother. Mamma Mia! the Musical. From the Australian Cast 2017: Sarah Morrison, left and Natalie O’Donnell. Photo Peter Brew-Bevan.?? Photo: Peter Brew-Bevan. My my, how can I resist you?, indeed. “It really does feel like a new show for me,” says O’Donnell. “It’s been…

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Everton defender Seamus Coleman returns from ten months out with injury: ‘I feel like a footballer again’

Seamus Coleman returned to action in an Everton Under-23s game on Tuesday Wednesday, January 24, 2018 Everton full-back Seamus Coleman says he ‘feels like a footballer again’ after returning to action from serious injury. The Republic of Ireland international played 58 minutes for Everton Under-23s in a game against Portsmouth at Goodison Park on Tuesday. It was the 29-year-old defender’s first match action since suffering a double fracture of the leg while representing his country in March 2017. Coleman told the club’s website, “To be able to walk out…

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Brooklyn’s Favorite Pot Dealer Returns

Advertisement Ben Sinclair needed to get the R.V. upstate for the winter. The R.V. is a 1977 Dodge Sportsman Travco painted white with black trim. There’s room to sleep four, a kitchen and a shower in back, and burnt-orange shag carpet that has seen a few miles. One morning last month, the R.V. was parked on a gritty street in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, near Mr. Sinclair’s office. The plan was to drive north and stash it in his buddy’s backyard near Germantown, N.Y., leaving time enough to…

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