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Foreign Policyone month ago
UK government rejects call for new visas to ease post-Brexit truck driver shortage
Britain's government has rejected calls from retail and logistics companies to temporarily ease post-Brexit immigration rules which they say are contributing to a shortage of truck drivers and acute supply chain disruption.
UK government rejects call for new visas to ease post-Brexit truck driver shortage
Afghanistan2 months ago
Taliban pressuring Pakistan to give up visa for Afghans
This is Spin boldak, a key Afghan border crossing in southwest of Pakistan. Now the Taliban have shut it down demanding Pakistan a visa free movement of Afghans. The complete closure of the border has suspended transportation of edible items and movements of thousands of people from both sides.
Taliban pressuring Pakistan to give up visa for Afghans
Economy4 months ago
Russia, Iran to sign visa waiver deal for tourist groups
Russia and Iran are expected to sign a deal to ease visa applications for travel between the two countries.
Russia, Iran to sign visa waiver deal for tourist groups
More7 months ago
Cuba: US stoking immigration crisis by encouraging asylum
The Cuban government says Washington is to blame for a surge in illegal migration among its residents.
Cuba: US stoking immigration crisis by encouraging asylum
Afghanistanone year ago
Deadly stampede as Afghan crowd gathers outside Pakistani consulate
At least 15 people are killed and dozens injured in a stampede outside the Pakistani consulate in Afghanistan’s eastern city of Jalalabad.
Deadly stampede as Afghan crowd gathers outside Pakistani consulate
Chinaone year ago
China to retaliate potential US expulsion of journalists
China says it will retaliate the United States’ potential expulsion of Chinese journalists, following a move by Washington to decline to renew their visas.
China to retaliate potential US expulsion of journalists
InfoClipsone year ago
Foreign students risk being frozen out of US colleges
Changes to foreign student visa rules have altered plans of more than a million international students in the US.
Foreign students risk being frozen out of US colleges
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