Daily Headlines Around The World for February 19, 2014

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America’s Travel Leaders Hail Global Entry Expansion

The United States and China to Extend Visas for Short-term Business Travelers, Tourists, and Students

Travel News: Mali to the United States

U.S. Energy Business Development Mission Heads to West Africa

Malaria Cases Hit 40-year High in US 

Uganda’s Little-Known Gem to Become Accessible

DoD/TSA Partner to Provide Military TSA Precheck at 100 Airports

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A New Study from the University of Michigan Maps Global Fatalities from Car Accidents.

US and Mexico set to relax border controls for 'trusted' business travellers
American, Mexican and Canadian heads of state will meet to discuss economic partnerships at summit in Toluca

Fear grips Beirut suburbs after sixth suicide bombing in four months
Rising extremism and ebbing hope that Syrian war will soon end are testing resilience of Lebanese people

Deadly violence in Ukraine brings threat of sanctions and fears of civil war
At least 25 dead and hundreds more injured in Kiev; foreign minister calls for "dialogue"

Stop! Somali traffic police try to restore order
"Stop!" a police officer in Somalia's capital yells as a traffic light flashes red. Most of the cars keep going. Angered, he steps into the middle of the road and gridlock follows.

Argentina asks top US Court to stop ‘catastrophe’
Argentina filed a long-shot appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday asking the justices in Washington to avert an “economic catastrophe” by overturning lower court rulings that could force the South American government to default on billions of dollars in debts.

More tourists help Greece achieve current account surplus
Record spending by tourists helped the Greek government post a current account surplus last year. That is to say more money came into the country than went out – to the tune of 1.24 billion euros.

Holland America Crewmember Arrested For Vicious Attack On Passenger
A Holland America crewmember has been placed under arrest following an alleged assault on a female passenger aboard the MS Nieuw Amsterdam cruise ship this past Friday.

Chefs for asylum seekers: African food tonight at Tel Aviv's restaurants
Sunday night only, more than 50 Tel Aviv's restaurants and cafes will be dishing up specials in identification with the asylum seekers.

Scientists discover: Elephant vocal chords work like yours
Researchers hope discoveries in donated pachyderm's larynx can lead to new speech therapies for people.

Beyond the cities: Asia's top 10 must-do excursions

 


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