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US Customs and Border Protection officers working pedestrian operations at the Andrade port of entry had a busy weekend intercepting undeclared medication and levying fines in excess of US$14,000 for
I personally love tourism data provided by countries. And I particularly love data when they can tell whatever you would like to show.
According to web media sources in Phnom Penh, Cambodia is preparing legal documents to lodge with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague complaints relating to long-standing border disp
Reports from Tanzania have once again latched on to comments made by Kenyan tourism minister Najib Balala, apparently during a brief holiday in Zanzibar, about the controversial issue of the continued
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario - The number of people traveling between the United States and Canada dropped from May to June, a tourism official said Sunday in Niagara Falls, Ont.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has posted a video on its Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative (WHTI) web site (www.GetYouHome.gov) to show US and Canadian citizens travelers how to benefit mos
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) assured US and Canadian citizens today that, if otherwise admissible, they will be able to re-enter the United States when the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiati
Gov. Bill Richardson has signed legislation creating a bi-national entity with the Mexican state of Sonora.
WASHINGTON, DC – US Customs and Border Protection signed a joint agreement today in Washington, DC with the United Kingdom Border Agency to strengthen their country's borders by sharing information
WASHINGTON, DC – US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) signed a joint agreement today with the government of the United Kingdom to develop a bilateral pilot program to facilitate travel between the
ZAGREB - Croatia has banned foreign tourists from bringing their own meat and dairy products into the country in order to meet EU rules on food safety. Gordan Jerbic, head of the veterinary section at Croatia's agriculture ministry, told Reuters on Monday the ban took effect on June 1 and was passed in line with European Union directives.
The cache of firearms seized by Canadian border guards swelled by 30% in 2007, but the vast majority of gun runners were unwitting American tourists, not gangsters or criminal smugglers.
The statement from the Association of Corporate Travel Executives regarding the Ninth Circuit decision that border cops may search laptops without even reasonable suspicion:
The weakening of the U.S. dollar has provided a boom for three cities’ economies on the U.S./Canada border, especially in tourism. For two rust-belt cities - Buffalo, N.Y., and Detroit - the massive influx of Canadian tourists have provided a boost to their economies in the wake of the subprime meltdown and the decades-long manufacturing slowdown for the areas.
Rami Kassis typically does what most Palestinians do when being blind to the PA's internal problems - blame Israel. Is it Israel's fault that the Palestinians voted for Hamas which began a reign of terror within the Palestinian population in 2006 and exacerbate an already fraught Israeli-Palestinian conflict because of its overriding aim to wipe Israel off the map?