"Whereas oil leaves the country, revenue from tourism doesn't. Money spent here stays here and can be reinvested, so resources linked to tourism stay in Angola and help develop the economy."
Amélia Carlos Cazalma
Tourism Development Expert
"Small differences need to be eliminated, which is why we take these measurements"
Meteorologist at European Commission's Joint Research Centre
"The peace process will totally be undone. It is a nightmare"
Northern Irish resident
"I only fly at 20-30% of my capabilities."
"I feel very insecure of what's going to happen in the future. I want to know more so I can plan. Because at the moment, I cannot plan anything in my life."
"I do miss floating"
"We will ask investors for their part to make a return by creating local jobs"
Amadou Gon Coulibaly
Ivory Coast's Prime Minister
"I have much more to offer than my physical appearance, and a hijab protects me against ‘You’re too skinny,’ ‘You’re too thick,’ ‘Look at her hips,’ ‘Look at her thigh gap.’ I don’t have to worry about that."
Vienna, the city of art and music par excellence, was recently the venue for Verdi’s ‘Simon Boccanegra’ performed at the Konzerthaus – the
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Both cult and
It is one of the most popular operas in the world. More than 150 years after its premiere, Giuseppe Verdi’s masterpiece La Traviata still leaves both
Venice and Verdi: the inseparable. The city where such famous operas as Rigoletto or La Traviata premiered, and the great Italian composer, whose
Renowned British conductor tells us about the enriching experience of working with Italian soprano Desirée Rancatore, his love for La Fenice opera
Renée Fleming returns to one of her most celebrated roles as Desdemona in Verdi’s Otello.
It is currently on at New York’s Met, home to the