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News from day two

Video round-up
Video: WTM highlights day two
Social media
WTM 2015 - Day one social analysis
North America
US to extend Global Entry to UK travellers
Brand USA reveals highlights for MegaFam 2016
Middle East and Africa
Tunisia to meet with FCO on travel advice
Ministers' Summit: Destinations must focus on the positives
South Africa focuses on adventure
South America
Ecuador boosts yields before passengers
Brazil to waive visa restrictions for Olympics 2016
Consortium unveils Magaluf regeneration plan
Catalonia invites UK trade to savour its gastronomic delights
Kildare Village aims for North American trade
Big Bus Tours to launch new Rome tour
Trinidad and Tobago welcomes new hotels
India places 'unprecedented' investment in tourism
Malaysia looks to improve infrastructure to boost tourism
Australia savours swell in visitor spend and arrivals
Stuart Leven: 'Cruise lines shouldn’t be afraid to be bold in a bid to attract new customers'
WTM trends: Facets of the future
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