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UK travel giant Thomas Cook collapses, cancels all bookings

Deutsche Welle Monday, 23 September 2019
The world's oldest travel agency has ceased trading. The UK government has stated it has plans "in place" to rescue stranded holidaymakers, while Germany will allow insurance companies to take charge.
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Thousands of Travelers Left Stranded After Collapse of Thomas Cook Travel Agency The United Kingdom’s most famous travel agency, Thomas Cook, recently collapsed after 178 years of service. More than 150,000 U.K. customers have been left stranded abroad as a result, with all future flights and...

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