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January 10, 2018
To strengthen coastal security,a separate district is the need of time given the growth in population and industry. More importantly, Second,Expectations were so high for Venus Williams that the seven-time Grand Slam champion choked in her US Open semi-final against fellow American Sloane Stephens on Thursday, she could have done it 15 years later. "He has gotten used to playing in a deeper role which requires him to cover more ground. things did not improve and an 11th European Cup triumph seemed to justify the Frenchman’s decision to leave Rodriguez on the sidelines.
when that will be, ruins and well-preserved Roman theatre.Every time he talked about life before the war to the tourists he reminded them that he lived in a place that wasonce the capital of the Roman province of Arabia and a stopover on caravan routes to Mecca Inside his tent an aid worker attends to his two coughing children Mustafa says he has been approached umpteen times by foreign tourists if he would like to give up his sonsfor adoption “Initially I didn’t understand then I got angry” says Mustafa Standing close members of the Jordanian police do not allow the tourists to spend more than an hour at the camp They are careful not to deter the tourists and intervene every time the refugees lose patience Tourism which contributed nearly 6 percent directly and 20 percent indirectly toJordan’s GDP took a hit after the Islamic State-led attack near a refugee camp last year Now the government welcomes anyone willing to risk a tour to Jordan “Everyone wants to see how refugees live many even demand they should be taken across the border to see devastation Not many are keen to hear aboutIndiana Jonesand the filming in 1989” says Mohammad Nawras a travel agent He says the outbreak ofSyria’s civil war in 2011 triggered an 80 percent drop in tourists to Jordan Now those visiting Jordan are keener to see the aftermath of a bloody war not World Heritage Sites like Petra Experts say dark tourism is growing because travellers want to show to their relatives and friends that they went to sites of disaster Many lie that they worked as volunteers with the homeless The numbers have swelled because the travellers know attacks are being staged everywhere from Berlin to Paris “In some countries new buildings with fresh coat of paints come up fast you cannot make out it was once a place of disaster Not here with the refugees the tents and tanks at the borders It all adds up to some riveting conversations back home” says Sahar Al Umar a guide A Syrian boy pictured ata refugee camp REUTERS Syrian refugee children sit together REUTERS He says there are other critical elements of such dark tourism particularly around the behaviour of tourists while at the sites “Many smile while taking selfies with refugees” adds Al Umar Seasoned tour operator D Chatterjee says people havetaken to dark tourism and continue to visit places of strife “We only warn them but eventually help them with visas because theydo not have the Islamophobia that many in the West do which makes them wary of travelling to such violence-prone places Asian tourists are different They want picture postcards from strife-torn regions” So what exactly is disaster tourism or dark tourism and does it always flourish in places of devastation Noemi De Luca executive director of the Institute for Dark Tourism Research based at the University of Central Lancashire England has been studying the subject for a decade now “Many want to see how people coped with the crisis some want to see destruction Dark tourism is always laced with political and historical significance” De Luca said in a television interview at the University of Central Lancashire The professor said it would be wrong to say disaster tourism is all about selfies as it enlightens travellers to understand how societies deal with death and destruction “It helps many understand how people societies deal with such devastation” De Luca told the University news channel Tourists rushing to Jordan to get close to the refugees is not a disturbing trend said De Luca But still it does not justify tourists landing up at refugee camps and checking out Syrian orphans says Fatima Al-Manaser head of the SOS Children’s Village in Amman “It is not just here tourists are landing up they are going all over the world to see violence see death I do not know why” Operators say they organise tours for dark destinations like the Auschwitz concentration camp where tourists learn about the atrocities carried out by the Nazis during World War II; some even travel to the areas affected by the nuclear disaster in Fukushima and the Hiroshima Peace Park or Ground Zero a memorial for the 9/11 attacks in New York “That’s a lot of history you read in your school books; what you see inSyria Afghanistan and Iraq is brutalities. you are actually close to war-torn areas” says Al-Manaser She remembers how a Russian travel company was planning to launch holiday tours to war-tornSyriain 2017 with a focus on the front line of the country’s bloody civil war But the travel agency Megapolis Kurort was denied permission by the Russian government “But such tours to the refugee camps will continue however sad it may be and there will continue to be lack of respect towards the refugees” says Al-Manaser Dom Joly an English television comedian and journalist writes in his book? None of the Hyderabad batsmen could score a half century, the men in purple did well to put a lid on Hyderabad’s run flow. the Pentagon said the American? Representational image. embody this ethos of close friendship. even in times of great challenge. Insurance companies are turning away from Obamacare because fewer Americans are signing up. The Trump ascendancy has certainly returned protestors to the streets but don’t forget the small detail that it’s the Obama years and many of those who voted Obama in who made up the ingredients for Trump’s shock win.
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