Air France is launching a new airline brand, Joon, that aims to lure in young people with cel-shaded animations and an abundant use of hashtags.
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Peruvian protesters banded together to fight against government injustice this week, stranding thousands of tourists at Machu Picchu in the process.
The number of people who actually live in Barcelona's Gothic district is dropping fast, and it's not the only European city facing this drastic problem.
Plus: An entire island is now an official dark-sky sanctuary and the latest info on Trumps travel ban.
Plus: You could get up to $1,800 in flight compensation (but airports don't want to advertise that), and USA Today voters have unexpected tastes in Canadian tourism.
Plus: Tigers are making a comeback in India, and how a zoomed-out Google Map of Europe shows more about geopolitics than the world itself.
Plus: Russian bears raising money for a good cause (in a morally ambiguous way), and Canada wants to hear your worst airline horror story.
Plus: A new startup wants to plan your entire vacation in secret, that obvious shot of Angkor Wat is boring, and Donald Trump's travel ban is heading to the Supreme Court.
Plus: An American court shoots down Trump's travel ban, and Nicki Minaj is helping to develop India—one water well at a time.