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Saudi tourist brings four gold cars worth more than £1m to London

Saudi tourist brings four gold cars worth more than 1m to London Super-rich young man jets in with group of friends and turns heads with four outlandish cars wrapped in gold vinyl for driving around capital Britain’s flashiest tourist has arrived in London with a fleet of gold cars worth more than 1 million.

The super-rich young Saudi 1 recently jetted into the UK with several friends.

But instead of taking the Tube or taxis, he has also flown in a number of outlandish cars for travelling around the capital

EU terrorism checks watered down to avoid holiday queues

EU terrorism checks watered down to avoid holiday queues French demands for universal counter-terrorism checks on EU passport holders are watered down by the European Commission Follow 1 Terrorists could be able to enter Europe unchecked using EU passports after the European Commission watered down proposed security measures, The Telegraph can reveal.

In November last year European interior ministers agreed that the passports of both EU and non-EU citizens should be systematically checked against an anti-terrorist database 2 when they enter Europe’s Schengen zone.

British tourist ‘fighting for life’ after being stabbed in the head in San Francisco

British tourist ‘fighting for life’ after being stabbed in the head in San Francisco British national stabbed in the head as he struggled to keep attackers from taking his bag Follow 1 A British tourist is in a life-threatening condition after he was stabbed in the head by a robber in San Francisco. 2 The 44-year-old was walking with his niece, who was visiting from Southern California, when he was attaked by a man and a woman at around 8.30pm on Friday

German tourist receives life ban from Egypt for climbing Giza pyramid

German tourist receives life ban from Egypt for climbing Giza pyramid A German teenager who illegally climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza has been banned from entering Egypt Follow 1 Egypt 2 has been struggling to attract tourists for half a decade 3 – but can seemingly do without one particular visitor, who has been barred from returning after he illegally climbed the Great Pyramid of Giza.

Andrej Ciesielski from Munich scaled the 139-metre structure 4 also known as the Pyramid of Cheops last month to take photos and videos, despite strict laws against doing so that could have ended in a three-year prison sentence.

Egypt’s antiquities ministry confirmed the 18-year-old s travel ban to German authorities in Cairo