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Maya kings were turned into rubber balls after death and used for sport

The cremated ashes of Maya rulers were turned into rubber balls and used in the world's oldest team sport so that the people could...

Fewer tourists, wilder landscapes – this Nordic wonderland is the new Iceland

Two destinations – poles apart in popularity – yet one bursts with natural wonders, a different kind of culture, and cool...

Iceland forced to reverse ban on palm oil as the war in Ukraine causes shortages of sunflower oil

Iceland has been forced to reverse a ban on palm oil amid an acute shortage of sunflower oil, a staple ingredient...

How posting my midlife trip to Mexico on Instagram made me see the world differently

Palm trees swaying in the breeze and shimmering turquoise seas; soft white sands and barefoot ease, wall art wonders and lapping waves…...

Mummy mia! Italian historians unimpressed with Poirot pyramid PR stunt

Italian heritage experts have questioned a decision to allow giant images of Kenneth Branagh’s new Agatha Christie film, Death on the Nile,...

Why Egypt offers the perfect escape for 2022

A young man in a tailcoat and bow tie sweeps open the door of the most famous hotel room in Egypt...

The five fringe cuts that everyone will have in 2022

Typically January inspires legions of us to rethink our hair – New Year, New You and all that. Except this year the...

University cuts lines from ancient poem over fears domestic violence reference could be ‘triggering’

A university has cut lines from an Ancient Greek poem in seminars over fears that a reference to domestic violence could...

Billionaire behind collapsed Icelandic bank lines up Spac payday

An Icelandic billionaire who made a fortune in the country’s doomed banking boom is closing in on a deal with a...

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