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Official says US reviewing travel ban on North Korea

Dec 19, 2018

The Trump administration's special envoy for North Korea says Washington is reviewing easing its strict travel restrictions to North Korea to facilitate humanitarian shipments to the North as part of efforts to resolve an impasse in nuclear diplomacy

US orders some staffers from Congo as election approaches

Dec 15, 2018

US orders non-emergency staffers from Congo as major election approaches, citing armed unrest

2 more crossings open through Cyprus' ethnic divide

Nov 12, 2018

Several hundred Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots walked through a newly opened crossing point at Dherynia, a village in Cyprus' southeastern corner, in what peace activists say further breaks down barriers on the ethnically divided island nation

$100M in new bank notes not missing, Liberian official says

Oct 2, 2018

Reports of $100M in new bank notes missing not true, Liberian Central Bank official says

US lawmakers urge export restrictions targeting Xinjiang

Sep 12, 2018

Two U.S. lawmakers are urging the extension of American export restrictions to prevent sales of equipment that could be used in China's massive security clampdown targeting the Xinjiang region's native Muslim population

Court rejects Israeli rights group's Gaza travel request

Sep 7, 2018

An Israeli rights group says the country's Supreme Court rejected its petition to ease restrictions on Palestinians traveling through a Gaza border crossing

Trump administration will keep protected status for Somalis

Jul 19, 2018

The Trump administration is continuing the special immigration status granted for nearly two decades to people from Somalia

The Latest: Congressman says kids at center get good care

Jun 23, 2018

Kansas Rep. Roger Marshall is returning from a visit to the Texas border saying that several hundred immigrant children detained in a center there are getting good care

Chart a course for a low-hassle destination wedding

Jun 7, 2018

The better prepared you are to navigate the variables of a destination wedding abroad, the easier it will be to bring your vision of the big day to life

Missouri report: Blacks 85 percent more likely to be stopped

Jun 1, 2018

Nearly four years after protests in Ferguson raised concerns about racial profiling of blacks in Missouri, a report from the state attorney general shows that African-American drivers are 85 percent more likely to be pulled over than whites

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