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WASHINGTON (AP) — Citizens of more than half a dozen countries will face new restrictions on entry to the U.S. under a proclamation signed by President Donald Trump on Sunday that will replace his expiring travel ban.
As the world absorbs the news of Britain leaving the EU, we look at what Brexit means for holiday makers.
As part of the State Department’s continuous efforts to provide Americans travelling abroad with information about relevant events, we are alerting U.S. citizens to the risk of potential terrorist attacks throughout Europe, targeting major events, tourist sites, restaurants, commercial centers and transportation. The large number of tourists visiting Europe in the summer months will present greater targets for terrorists planning attacks in public locations, especially at large events. This Travel Alert expires August 31, 2016.
In response to the attacks in Brussels on March 22, the U.S. State Department has issued an uncommonly wide-ranging travel alert, informing U.S. citizens to the “potential risks of travel to and throughout Europe.”
The United States and Cuba signed a deal Tuesday restoring commercial air traffic for the first time in five decades, allowing dozens of new daily flights to bring hundreds of thousands more American travelers a year to the island as early as this fall.
More than a decade after Congress called for tougher standards for state identification cards and driver’s licenses, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced deadlines for states to comply with the new regulations.
Lufthansa cancelled about half of its flights scheduled for Wednesday as pilots began the first day of a two day strike in which they are seeking retirement benefits. Wednesday’s strike predominately affected shorter flights, while Thursday’s scheduled strike will affect longer haul flights and cargo flights.