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Losses worsen at travel firm Thomas Cook

Travel giant Thomas Cook has reported a loss on operations of $272m (£166m).

Two of its most popular destinations, Egypt and Tunisia were hit by politicial trouble, which deterred holiday makers.

Thomas Cook says that cost it $36m (£21m). The UK market was also weak.

Russell Padmore reports.

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