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Libya to ease visa restrictions for foreign tourists

Libya plans to ease visa restrictions for many countries as it seeks to attract tourists and diversify its economy away from oil, said Saif al-Islam al-Qaddafi, the son of Libyan leader Muammar al-Qad

Germany eases Sri Lanka travel advisory

The German tourists can now visit tourist landmarks in the Eastern Province such as Trincomalee, Batticaloa, Ampara and Arugam Bay as Germany has eased its travel advisory further.

Taiwan eases restrictions on Chinese tourists

Travel agents on Taiwan's outlying islands of Kinmen and Matsu will be allowed from May to apply online for travel permits on behalf of Chinese tour groups who want to visit the two islands via direct

June brings relief to Spain’s tourism

MADRID - The number of foreign visitors to Spain fell 10 percent in June versus a year ago, a slight improvement on the January-May period, figures showed on Tuesday.

Israel eases grip on popular tourist destination in the Jordan River...

The Israeli army has removed a major checkpoint on the road into the West Bank town of Jericho, easing its grip on one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Jordan River valley.

Ministry eases laws for foreign cruise ships

Bangalore: Foreign cruise ships can now take passengers all along India’s coast without restriction, after the government eased a law banning foreign-registered ships from calling at more than one I

Syria eases visa restrictions on Iraqi tourists

DAMASCUS, Syria - Syria's state-run news agency says Damascus is easing entry visa restrictions to Iraqi tourists after 17 months of strict regulations that barred most from entering.

Daley to McCain: US needs to ease visa process

Mayor Daley, the mayors of Honolulu and Miami, and travel industry leaders told Republican presidential hopeful John McCain today that the United States needs to ease the visa process for foreign visitors to boost tourism .

Brazil wants to ease airline sector investment limit for foreigners

SAO PAULO, Brazil - Brazil's government is backing legislation to significantly boost the stake foreigners can hold in domestic airlines, the defense minister said Thursday. Nelson Jobim, whose ministry oversees civil aviation, said raising the limit on foreign ownership to 49 percent from 20 percent would increase competition and draw investment to help ease an air traffic crunch.