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Protecting against fraud
22 January 2019

Data analytics provider SAS has announced a new partnership with the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) in the UK.

Surgeon picking up surgical tool
22 January 2019

The London Clinic, a private hospital and charity in the UK, has launched a new surgical service for amputees across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Sri Lanka
22 January 2019

Sri Lanka’s Tourism Development Authority has announced its intention to hit US$5 billion in tourism revenue in 2019.

Mariya Moosajee
21 January 2019

Moorfields Private Eye Hospital, a London, UK-based division of Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, will be attending Arab Health 2019 to showcase its eye treatments and diagnostics.

Véhicule de secours
21 January 2019

Yesterday morning, a large fire broke out in the French ski resort of Courchevel, killing two people and injuring another 22.

Millennial using smartphone
21 January 2019

Pluto, a travel startup based in London, UK, is offering mobile-focused travel insurance in a bid to challenge the market and reduce the number of millennials travelling without cover.

Yellow Fever vaccine
21 January 2019

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 1 Travel Alert (Practise Usual Precautions) in response to an ongoing outbreak of yellow fever in Nigeria.

A British paper plane
21 January 2019

The Association of British Insurers has released comprehensive guidance on the potential implications of a no-deal Brexit on both travel and motor insurance.

The connected world of cyber
18 January 2019

New research from UK-based insurance governance company Mactavish has revealed significant flaws in specialist commercial cyber insurance cover.

Virtual human body
17 January 2019

A new analysis published in the America Journal of Public Health has found that Republican and Democratic governors have very different visions for the future of healthcare, with Republican leaders favouring maintaining or shrinking public health insurance programmes and Democratic leade