Ebola Monitoring In The US: CDC Scales Up Scrutiny Of All West African Travelers With 21-Day Monitoring
U.S. health officials will now monitor all travelers coming to the U.S. from Ebola-stricken West Africa for 21 days.
U.S. officials will require travelers from these three West African countries to fly into one of five airports beginning Wednesday.
Ebola Travel Ban: Political, Public Support Grows For West Africa Flight Restrictions, But Obama Not On Board
At least 88 U.S. elected officials want a ban on travel from Ebola-affected countries to the United States.
President Barack Obama opposed a travel ban from West Africa, even as the Ebola virus spread to the last unaffected district in Sierra Leone.
Up to 4,000 troops have been authorized, but not yet called up, to be sent to West Africa to help fight the Ebola epidemic.
Does Ebola warrant a travel ban from West Africa? Depends who you ask.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes that a travel ban might further worsen the Ebola epidemic.
A majority of Americans think the U.S. should ban all flights from countries fighting Ebola, but the fears may be overblown.
Many airlines don't want to fly to West Africa, but experts say that actually is helping to spread Ebola, not contain it.
Infighting between Islamist militias, which control parts of Libya, has raised fears of the violence spilling into neighboring countries.
The Afghan attorney general's office said Matthew Rosenberg has been uncooperative with an investigation into his reporting.
Three North Korean officers of the Chong Chon Gang were released by a Panamanian court Friday.
Domestic critics of President Barack Obama's decision say the men could return to the battlefield in Afghanistan.
The sanctions would include an international asset freeze, travel ban and arms embargo.
UN Condemns Attempts To Export Oil From Libyan Rebels, Imposes Sanctions On Ships Involved In Illegal Trade
After a mysterious tanker tried exporting Libyan oil from a rebel-held port, the U.N. passed a new resolution to condemn the illegal trade activity.
Syria Asks UN To Classify Rebel Allies Jabhat Al-Nusra Front As Terrorist Group For Ties To Al-Qaeda
Any sanctions that the U.N. might place on al-Nusra would freeze their assets, prohibit transfers of arms, and subject members to a travel ban
Following the recent military coup, the West African regional bloc suspended Mali from participation and threatens the use of force to restore the constitutional government.
The wife of Syria's leader, Asma al-Assad, will suffer sanctions from the EU, including a travel ban to Europe and an asset freeze.
Chevron, before a recent leak off Brazil, was blamed for spilling about 3,000 barrels of oil last November. The detention of the foreign executives raises questions about Brazil's willingness to pursue offshore drilling.
The lifting of a travel ban on seven Americans in Egypt eases some of the nascent tension between Cairo and the Washington D.C. This has been the worst diplomatic crisis between the two nations in three decades, aggravated by a recent context of unease in diplomatic relations between Egypt and the West.
The activists are all accused of obtaining foreign funds without the proper approval of Egyptian authorities and carrying out political activities unrelated to their work.
The announcement came as the European Union imposed further sanctions on Syria, including freezing assets and banning travel by Syrians closely linked to Assad.
As Syrians head to the polls, the European Union imposed a new set of sanctions on Monday in an attempt to get President Bashar al-Assad to call off his assault on the city of Homs and on opposition protestors.
Unfazed by the U.S.' threat to cut aid, Egypt determined to continue its investigation into foreign non-governmental organizations and pro-democracy groups.
The European Union is deliberating on a €150 million ($197 million) aid package for Myanmar, according to the latest report.
On the same day that it imposed new sanctions on Iran, the European Union dropped some of its restrictions against the government of Burma.
The beatification ceremony of the late Pope John Paul II in the Vatican will have at least one very unusual guest – Robert Mugabe, the murderous dictator of Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe threatened on Wednesday a state-backed take-over of foreign firms and a boycott of products to retaliate against Western sanctions placed on him and his ZANU-PF party.
The public prosecutor of Egypt has imposed a travel ban on former President Hosni Mubarak and his family, according to a spokesman for the prosecutor’s office.
The full text of resolution 1970 (2011) adopted by the UN Security Council on Feb. 26, 2011 imposing sanctions on Libya.