Tag: Travel laws and regulations

House votes to evacuate more Afghan allies as US war ends

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House lawmakers voted overwhelmingly Thursday to allow in thousands more of the Afghans who worked alongside Americans in the Afghanistan war, citing the urgency...

LEADING OFF: Jays finish up in Buffalo, Pads-Braves twinbill

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A look at what's happening around the majors on Wednesday: ...

Muslims mark Eid al-Adha holiday in pandemic’s shadow

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CAIRO — Muslims around the world were observing Tuesday yet another major Islamic holiday in the shadow of the pandemic and amid growing concerns...

Federal judge affirms Indiana University vaccine requirement

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INDIANAPOLIS — A federal judge is allowing Indiana University to continue with its COVID-19 vaccine requirement for all students and employees. ...

Travelers fume at UK move to keep restrictions on France

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LONDON — Tourists and the travel industry vented frustration and anger on Saturday after Britain reversed a plan to ease travel restrictions on France...

US pulls visas of 100 Nicaraguan legislators, judges

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MANAGUA, Nicaragua — The U.S. State Department announced Monday it is revoking the travel visas of 100 legislators, judges and prosecutors who aided the...

Lockdowns in Asia as some nations see 1st major virus surges

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BANGKOK — Several countries around Asia and the Pacific that are experiencing their first major surges of the coronavirus rushed to implement tough restrictions...

Thailand sets curfew for capital to combat coronavirus surge

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BANGKOK — Officials in Thailand on Friday announced a seven-hour curfew and other restrictions for the capital and nine other provinces to try to...

Travel firms sue UK government over its travel restrictions

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LONDON — A group of British airports and airlines took the U.K. government to court Friday, demanding it disclose the evidence behind its coronavirus...

Zimbabwe returns to strict lockdown to fight virus surge

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HARARE, Zimbabwe — Zimbabwe has returned to strict lockdown measures to combat a resurgence of COVID-19 amid vaccine shortages, the country‚Äôs information minister announced...