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In a bid to empower hotels in Nigeria, organisers of Port Bantaba has included a two-day Master Class training for e-tourism including Trip Advisor, Facebook, Google and other online tools viz-a-viz creating a networking opportunities for the participants.
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the town later became known as Damiata and as Damietta.
Under Caliph Omar (579–644), the Arabs took the town by treachery and successfully resisted the attempts by the Byzantine Empire to recover it, especially in 739, 821, 921 and 968.