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Sri Lankan army probes possible additional extremist groups

May 16, 2019

Sri Lanka's army chief says other groups of Islamic extremists could be operating in the country independent of the one that carried out Easter Sunday bomb attacks

Lonely Planet's top destination suffers a blow after blasts

May 16, 2019

Sri Lanka was the Lonely Planet guide's top travel destination for 2019, but since the Easter attacks on churches and luxury hotels, foreign tourists have fled

US denies visa to senior Palestinian official

May 13, 2019

A senior Palestinian official says the U.S. has denied her application for a visa to travel to the United States

Pakistani PM condemns deadly insurgent attack on hotel

May 12, 2019

Pakistan's prime minister condemns deadly insurgent attack on luxury hotel on the southwestern coast, calling it an act of terrorism

ICC prosecutor addresses UN despite US visa ban

May 8, 2019

The U.S. revocation of a visa for International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has not hindered her from visiting the United Nations to address the Security Council

Travel ban forces Americans to wait years for loved ones

May 8, 2019

The Trump administration's travel ban has forced American citizens to live apart from their husbands, wives and children for years, and there's no end in sight for many families

US to add 30,000 seasonal worker visas as soon as this week

May 6, 2019

The Trump administration plans to let an additional 30,000 foreigners return to the U.S. through September for seasonal work

Few heed latest call for caravan amid fear after police raid

Apr 30, 2019

Calls for a new migrant caravan have largely gone unheeded as a relatively small group departed from Honduras a week after a raid by Mexican police resulted in hundreds of detentions and the dissolution of a previous caravan

Marriott to expand further into home-sharing

Apr 29, 2019

Hotels and home-sharing blur as Marriott pushes into rental homes and Airbnb builds a hotel

Global migrants' journey stalls in southern Mexico

Apr 28, 2019

Thousands fleeing conflict or poverty in Africa, Asia and the Americas have traveled across oceans, through jungles and mountains and up through Central America on a route that _ so far _ ends in the steamy, crumbling Mexican city of Tapachula

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