Negative travel advice for Turkey.

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Many countries giving a negative travel advice for Egypt & Turkey.
This about the recent plane crashes in both countries.

We go a step ahead and go boycott Turkey totally.
Turkey is an unstable country with a dictatorial government.

We not promote more any tourist destinations in Turkey.

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Spain and Portugal benefit from anxiety attacks

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Spain and Portugal benefit from anxiety attacks

The suspected bomb attack on a plane over Egypt causes a stir in the travel industry. The number of sunny destinations without the risk of violence is decreasing. Safe countries like Spain and Portugal benefit.

Tour operators respond to these developments. To secure European sun destinations such as Spain and Portugal buy them extra rooms and airplane seats.

Holiday experts see this winter a shift to the Canary Islands at the expense of Egypt and Turkey.

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Tourists still in the sun in Sharm-el-Sheikh, #Egypt

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Egypt rescuers widen search for Russian plane crash victims

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EL-HASANA, Egypt (AFP) – Egyptian rescue teams were looking Sunday for more victims of a Russian passenger plane crash in Sinai, widening the search after finding bodies scattered for kilometers a day after the incident.

A military officer helping with the search told AFP that rescuers had found 163 bodies out of a total of 224 people who were on board the Airbus 321, which crashed after taking off from a Red Sea beach resort.

The plane was carrying 214 Russian and three Ukrainian passengers, along with seven crew members.

Rescuers have decided to widen the search perimeter to 15 kilometers (nine miles), the officer added.

“We found a three-year-old girl eight kilometres from the scene” of the main wreckage, he told AFP from a military base in El-Hasana, around 60 kilometres from the crash site.

Many of the bodies were missing limbs, said the officer, who requested anonymity because he was not authorised to speak to media.

Meanwhile a Russian team including the transport minister who arrived in Cairo set out to the scene of the wreckage in a remote part of the restive Sinai Peninsula, Russian official media reported.

Investigators have recovered the plane’s black box and the government said its contents were being analysed to determine the cause of the incident.

Egyptian and Russian officials have expressed scepticism about a claim by an Islamic State group branch in Egypt that it downed the plane.

The jihadists operate in the north of the peninsula, where they have waged an insurgency that killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers since 2013.

Source: The Nation