- Fulltime Europe border controls could cost France billions Updated: Feb-03-16 8:27 am
BRUSSELS - Reintroducing permanent border controls in Europe's passport free travel area to respond to the refugee emergency could cost France more than a billion euros a year and perhaps 10 times that longer-term.
- Mos Def's family in court to stop deportation from S. Africa Updated: Feb-02-16 12:12 pm
JOHANNESBURG - American rapper Mos Def's family appeared in court on Tuesday to stop their deportation from South Africa, a South African official said.
- Clock ticks down on EU passport free travel dream Updated: Jan-26-16 1:48 pm
BRUSSELS - Passport-free travel and hassle-free business in Europe has never been in more danger.
- Dominican economy lures Puerto Ricans in crisis Updated: Jan-25-16 10:13 am
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic - Carlos Gonzalez already had noticed the growing number of empty chairs and increasingly quiet slot machines at the Puerto Rico casino where he worked as he mulled a job offer in the Dominican Republic.
- Q&A: Obama admin announces new rules for visa-free travel Updated: Jan-22-16 4:25 am
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration is tightening travel restrictions on Europeans and others who have visited Iran, Iraq, Syria or Sudan in the last five years. At the same time, officials say the new rules might not apply to travelers in certain occupations whose travels were for business.
- AP Explains: Just what is that 'world passport' Mos Def had? Updated: Jan-21-16 9:46 am
MONTPELIER, Vermont - Mos Def's arrest in South Africa shined a light on the world passport, a document invented by a Vermont man in the aftermath of World War II.
- US to announce plan for new visa rules for some Europeans Updated: Jan-20-16 11:37 pm
WASHINGTON - The Obama administration will announce as early as Thursday its plan to introduce new visa requirements for European travelers who are dual nationals of Iran, Iraq, Sudan or Syria, or who have visited any of these countries in the last five years.
- Stranded Cuban migrants brought by air, bus to Mexico Updated: Jan-13-16 5:13 pm
CIUDAD HIDALGO, Mexico - Nearly 200 Cuban migrants traveled by air and across land through Central America and into southern Mexico on Wednesday, resuming their long-delayed journey toward the United States after several months stranded in Costa Rica amid a diplomatic tiff with Nicaragua.