The latest tourism survey figures, released to Express.co.uk, show that last year 44.7 million people took a holiday in the country for at least one night, last year - a rise of two per cent on the previous year, the strongest performance since 2013. Overseas tourism to England is also looking healthy with the latest International Passenger Survey (IPS) figures out today showing that in May this year revenue from inbound tourism rose by five percent year-on-year.
The brief footage reportedly shows a model called “Khulood” walking around the historic fort in Ushayqir wearing the short skirt and black top, in defiance of the strict Islamic dress code in the kingdom. Women’s rights in the Arab country are heavily restricted with its rulers imposing a strict dress code and other limitations. In the country women must wear abayas - a full-length, lose-fitting robe as well as a headscarf. Other restrictions on women include being banned from driving.
Another pensioner was also hurt in the incident which occurred on South Marine Drive yesterday morning at around 10.30am. Both pensioners, believed to be in their 70s and from the Bedford area, were airlifted to the nearby Scarborough Hospital. They have since been moved to the Hull Royal Infirmary. Resident David Twigg, who witnessed the accident, told the Hull Daily Mail: "A couple of people managed to dive out of the way of the car but two who had their backs to it were hit.
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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