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Should Russians be allowed to vacation in Europe while the Kremlin wages war on Ukraine?
The EU is to make it tougher for Russians to holiday in Europe as a sanction against the Kremlin’s invasion of Ukraine. But why not a total ban?
One tourism company tries to bounce back after being hit with travel bans
John Gibson, a director at Chobe Holdings, said that although the U.K.'s COVID travel bans hurt business, bookings are starting to pick up.
COVID-19 travel restrictions deal stateside tourism a blow
U.S. cities and companies poised to welcome international travelers are focusing on domestic ones.
As summer begins, ban on U.S. travel to EU nations is an economic blow
The transatlantic market is profitable for airlines, and it's a boon to other travel-related businesses.
Travel ban takes its toll on small businesses
Businesses are struggling with hiring, access to capital and family separation.
Big tech and other companies decry Supreme Court travel ban ruling
Business leaders say President Trump’s travel ban goes against their values and hurts economically.
Trump replaces travel ban with new restrictions on 8 nations
These new rules will go into effect on Oct. 18.
Somali refugees seek integration into rural Minnesota
Groups in and around the St. Cloud area are teaching locals about some of their newer neighbors.
Refugee agencies in the U.S. are feeling strained
With the number of refugees allowed to enter the country in flux, those who help them are feeling financial pressures and anxiety.
Drops in travel from the Middle East to U.S. hurt high-end markets
Emirates, the biggest airline in the Middle East, is cutting back on flights to the United States in five of its 12 destinations. The air carrier said demand has dropped steeply since President Trump’s restrictions on entry from Muslim-majority countries. And the ban of any electronic device bigger than a cell phone from certain Middle East […]