- Skywalking the latest – and weirdest – photography trendPosted 3 days ago
- Conflicting messages about travel insurancesPosted 4 days ago
- Watching the stars in Sedona, ArizonaPosted 12 days ago
- Week’s best travel stories from around the webPosted 14 days ago
- Tourists and visitors likely to view Pakistan as more dangerous than it isPosted 16 days ago
- The world’s 154 new best hotels 2013Posted 30 days ago
- United States urges North Korea to throttle downPosted 37 days ago
- Online form helps airline passengers win legal fights over delaysPosted 42 days ago
- The pirate who scammed mePosted 45 days ago
- April, 2013: Latest travel warnings – Burma, India, Iraq…Posted 49 days ago
- BBC sells Lonely Planet to US with £80 million in lossPosted 55 days ago
- Kidnapped Australian rowed to safety off MindanaoPosted 56 days ago
SOMALI PIRATES: British hostage freed after six months
SOMALIA. A British hostage, Judith Tebbutt, 56, has been freed in Somalia, six months after she was seized and her husband killed in Kenya, BBC reports.
Tebbutt’s family paid a ransom for her, after which was flown to Nairobi, Kenya.
Talking to reporters she said she was “very relieved” and looking forward to seeing her son, Oliver. Her husband David, 58, was shot by a gang of six men at their remote holiday resort in Kiwayu, north of Lamu island, according to the BBC.