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20 Jan
Germany is planning to impose mandatory coronavirus vaccinations. Thousands of people have gone to the streets to show their disapproval, but the government says the country is not divided. DW correspondent Thomas Sparrow discusses.
9 Jan
Israel's Health Ministry has recommended removing all the countries currently on an omicron no-fly list. The ministry also said Israelis should not travel to places with higher infection rates "without a good reason."
1 Dec 2021
President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday hosted his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa, in the Presidential Villa Abuja.⁣ ⁣The South African President who is accompanied by a delegation of ministers and business leaders is on a state visit expected to reinforce South Africa’s bilateral relations with Nigeria as well as strengthen partnerships directed at African development and cooperation in multilateral forums.⁣
17 Sep 2020
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3 Aug 2020
What if you're in love but can't express it in person because of travel bans? Some lovelorn couples have started a campaign they're calling "Love Is Not Tourism," hoping governments will help them.
14 May 2020
The European Commission has called on EU member states to uphold travel bans on non-essential travel to the bloc. EU officials also said priority must be given to restoring frictionless travel within the bloc.
25 Mar 2020
Amid travel bans and warnings on both sides of the Atlantic, organizers of exchange programs scrambled to get their young participants back home. Those affected describe an experience marred by confusion and frustration.
22 Mar 2020
The Nigerian Senate again has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to impose travel ban on countries with high risks of coronavirus so as to prevent having an epidemic in the country.
22 Mar 2020
The Nigerian Senate again has called on the Federal Government of Nigeria to impose a travel ban on countries with high risks of coronavirus so as to prevent having an epidemic in the country.
26 Feb 2018
Arne Sorenson, chief executive officer of Marriott International, discusses the close relationship between tourism and U.S. jobs in relation to President Donald Trump's travel ban.
27 Jun 2017
The Center for American Progress Vice President Michele Jawando discusses the Supreme Court's decision to partially revive President Donald Trump's travel ban.
16 May 2017
A federal appeals court is set to hear arguments Monday over President Donald Trump's temporary travel ban.

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