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The Top 4 Destinations in Turkey to Watch This Summer – Live Fun Travel

Over 20 years ago, many of my friends from the UK would holiday in Turkey. I never could understand that. My idea of Turkey was mostly from films like The Midnight Express.  Needless to say, my impression of Turkey was wrong and it is a wonderful country to visit and vacation in.

A country spanning two continents, Turkey has been the center of many cultures and civilizations throughout history. This mostly mountainous country is washed by the waters of four seas, the Mediterranean in the south, Aegean and Marmara in the west and northwest, and the Black Sea in the north. Its long coastline and warm Mediterranean climate make Turkey an ideal summer holiday destination. Turkey has also a lot to offer in terms of cuisine and cultural heritage: those among you who are into culinary tourism will have a great variety of Turkish delicacies to choose from. When

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PGA Tour-LIV Golf legal battle is looming. Here’s how it could play out.

Greg Norman and Jay Monahan are both seeking their own visions of justice.

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Up until this point, it has been a war of words.

Is it now time for a legal battle?

We’re speaking, of course, about the escalating conflict between the PGA Tour and Saudi-backed LIV Golf, which took a heated and unexpected turn Tuesday after the Tour denied a request for waivers from players looking to compete in the first LIV Golf event, in London, next month.

Greg Norman, CEO of the rival league, wasted no time decrying the decision, calling the Tour “an illegal monopoly” that is “anti-golfer, anti-fan, and anti-competitive.” If you smell an antitrust suit — or multiple such filings — you’re not alone.

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan

Could the PGA Tour legally sanction players who defect to a rival tour? Here’s what experts say


Josh Sens

The consensus among

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Australian cricket team on alert before Sri Lanka tour

Australia’s cricketers may be given a more extensive security blanket on their forthcoming tour of Sri Lanka after the federal government advised tourists to reconsider their need to travel to the island nation a matter of weeks before the men’s national team was due to tour.

Civil unrest, culminating in the resignation of Sri Lanka’s prime minister this week and violent protests in the capital Colombo, has forced the redesignation by Australian authorities.

Demonstrations in Sri Lanka during the current bout of civil unrest.

Demonstrations in Sri Lanka during the current bout of civil unrest.Credit:Bloomberg

The Australian team is due to travel to Sri Lanka for three Twenty20 internationals, five ODIs and two Tests in June and July. An Australia A tour is also due to take place concurrently.

“We now advise you reconsider your need to travel to Sri Lanka due to the security situation,” the travel advice states. “Several violent incidents have taken place during large demonstrations.

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The 5 best hotels in Oman

If you’re looking for a luxurious and relaxing vacation, Oman is the perfect destination. And what better way to enjoy the place than staying in one of its luxury hotels? Here are some of the best hotels in Oman that you should consider for your next vacation.

The Chedi Muscat

The Chedi Muscat is a meet and mingles spot for the who’s who of luxury hoteling. This posh resort features beautiful palm gardens and a private beach. It boasts a traditional theme with great views over the Gulf of Oman. So whether you’re looking for a romantic rendezvous or a place to schmooze with the upper crust, the Chedi Muscat will impress.

The hotel also has a contemporary style that incorporates local design elements to create a mystical and Zen-like atmosphere. In addition, the property is right on its own private beach. You can also get to the Muscat International

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