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Q How many British holidaymakers are on Kos and in the Bodrum area at present? Most of them are continuing their holidays as normal, or, at least, as best as they can given that many spent most of the night of the event outdoors to avoid being at risk from structural damage caused by another earthquake or aftershocks. The damage in Kos seems much more significant than on the Turkish side of the water.
“Scariest thing I've ever experienced,” tweeted Lauren Caswell on Friday morning. The Greek island, and the nearby Turkish resort of Bodrum, were starting their busiest six weeks of the year when the restless earth roared in the eastern Mediterranean. Business is defiantly as usual, with flights and holidays to Kos and Bodrum on sale for this weekend.
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The entire incident was recounted on Twitter by actor, writer and stand-up comic Kumail Nanjiani a few days afterwards. “After four hours, a flight attendant finally said ‘Could you please put your feet down? If he didn't get the flight attendant's attention, he would slam his fist on the armrest.
It's curious because of the sheer number of women it affects – one in four pregnancies result in miscarriage. Jessica Zucker, from Los Angeles, created @IHadAMiscarriage after experiencing a miscarriage at 16 weeks with her second child in 2012.
On Friday, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigned. The New York Times reports he told President Trump he didn't agree with his pick for a new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci. According to The Times, the president asked Spicer to remain in the position, but Spicer stepped down any way.
With Airbnb rising in popularity, the government in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, has proposed a regulation crackdown as the increasing number of guests disrupts traffic, puts pressure on shared facilities and poses a threat to neighbours’ security. Residents who willingly let out their spare rooms to noisy guests could be forced to pay a fee as compensation for the inconvenience caused to neighbours. The NSW government released a public paper outlining that short-term letters are required to have a licence and pay a tax to cover the costs for providing extra security within their home.
According to NATS, Britain’s air-navigation provider, they are. “Air traffic chiefs are warning that the skies are now nearing full capacity,” the firm said as it prepared to handle its highest-ever number of flights in a single day: 8,800. The firm is calling for a radical overhaul of the network of flight paths, which were devised decades ago when navigation technology was much more rudimentary — and aircraft were noisier.