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As more and more Chinese tourists visit Europe, the union is working towards making their journey smoother. In 2017, more than six million Chinese tourists entered Europe, the highest for the first time ever. China Tourism Academy gave the report, an institute working under Chinese National Tourism Administration, which is China’s biggest online travel agency.…

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Roma Refugees
There have always been Roma refugees in Canada, but for the first time in history, their numbers are increasing positively. You might wonder why? According to an immigration expert, it is because of removal of corrupt laws and Trudeau overtaking the government. For Virginia Ivancsik, a Roma refugee, it took almost seven years to get…

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Long-term Visas
After the NDA Government came into action, it relaxed rules for Pakistani minorities wanting to move to India on a long-term visa for their safety. The parliament finally amended the Citizenship Bill that was stuck since 2016 that clears the proposal that grants long-term visas to Afghan minorities and refugees. Liberalizing visa norms and permits…

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Indian Tourism
According to Trip Advisor’s 2017 Inbound Travel Study, Says India is lately becoming famous as a global travel destination. Nikhil Ganju, Country Manager, Trip Advisor, said that it is encouraging to see that India is getting tourists not only from Asia but from the significant inbound travel markets around the world. International tourists are looking…

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Smart Visa
Starting from February 1st, 2018, the government of Thailand will begin taking applications for the “Smart Visa.” It is developed to attract specialists from 10 sectors targeted by the Thai government. These industries are called the First S-Curve. Some of these include electronics, automotive, wellness tourism, and medical tourism. Overall, the smart visa categorized into…

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African Illegal Immigrants Rescued
Over 50 African youngsters were found in Algerian waters. They have rescued 25 nautical miles away from Beni-Saf beach, Algeria. There were a total of 48 immigrants, out of which nine were women and three minors. They belonged to different African nationalities including  Mali, Guinean, Senegalese, and Ivorian. They were taken abroad on the Algerian…

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