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Travel restrictions, burn ban lifted across all of Nova Scotia

The government of Nova Scotia has lifted all travel restrictions that were put in place last week due to the extreme wildfire risk.

Restrictions on hiking, camping, biking and other recreational activities were in effect on all provincially owned trails and parks to prevent the start of any more fires, as the province’s resources were exhausted fighting the Seven Mile Lake and other wildfires. 85 more words

Canada

What Halifax-area trails have been closed due to provincial travel restrictions?

While crews are making progress fighting the Seven Mile Lake wildfire, as well as others in the province, province-wide restrictions are still in place for many parks and trails in the province. 264 more words

Canada

US Embassy Addis Ababa Restricts Personal Travel of USG Personnel in Ethiopia

Posted:12:09 am ET
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On August 9, the US Embassy in Ethiopia issued an emergency message informing U.S. citizens in the country of the restrictions on personal travel by USG personnel: 136 more words

State Department

@StateDept Restricts Travel of USG Personnel/Family Members in Saudi Arabia, Issues New Travel Warning

Posted: 3:29 am ET
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The State Department issued a new Travel Warning for Saudi Arabia on July 27. It cites continuing security threats in the country including a “high potential” for spill over violence from Yemen. 352 more words

Foreign Service

"Obama’s Visit Will Hasten Freedom In Cuba": The Culmination Of Common-Sense Revamping Of U.S. Policy Toward Cuba

The historic visit of a sitting U.S. president to Havana — which should have come a half-century sooner — will almost surely hasten the day when Cubans are free from the Castro government’s suffocating repression. 717 more words

Republicans

U.S. Embassy Belgium Requests USG Personnel Defer Travel to Brussels Until 3/29, DOD Travel Restrictions On

Posted: 6:00 pm EDT
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On March 22, U.S. Embassy Brussels sent a security message to U.S. citizens in Belgium informing them that an anti-terrorism police activity is ongoing in the neighborhood of Schaerbeek. 331 more words

Foreign Service