Sardinian news reports on March 23 said a Norwegian ship, the Siem Pilot, had reached Cagliari carrying 900 migrants rescued in the Mediterranean. Most of those on board were said to be from.. Source: Storyful Studio -
Britain has followed in US footsteps by imposing a cabin baggage ban on larger electronic devices on passenger flights from several Middle Eastern and North African countries. Direct inbound flights.. Source: Euronews English -
The United Kingdom has followed the United States in preventing passengers from several muslim-majority countries to take large electronic devices on board. The ban will be imposed in flights to the UK.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Marc Garneau says the government is evaluating a U.S. ban on certain electronics on flights from eight countries in the Middle East and Africa. The transport minister says he’s spoken with the U.S... Source: Canadian Press - Affiliate -
Mar.21 -- The U.K. has joined the U.S. in banning laptops and large electronic devices in airline cabins on some flights out of six Middle Eastern nations. Blomberg's Riad Hamade reports on "Bloomberg.. Source: Bloomberg Politics -
PRESS RELEASE 23 MARCH 2017
*ITALEAF: TerniEnergia signed a contract in Tunisia with STEG for the first PV plant of a 320 MW pipeline*
*TerniEnergia* - the first italian smart energy company.. GlobeNewswire
Traveling to Western, English-speaking countries is getting more difficult by the hour for passengers from Muslim-majority nations.
According to reports, the Canadian government may follow the.. Mashable
The Government has confirmed there will be a ban on laptops for passengers travelling into the UK from six countries imposed in a matter of days. In a move following the recent decision in America to.. Hull Daily Mail
The UK's cabin bagage ban on devices has to be implemented by Saturday, the Department for Transport has said.
*Read more*: It's official: UK announces laptop and tablet bans for Middle East.. City A.M.
EasyJet has become the first UK airline to lay out how the UK government's new cabin baggage ban on devices will impact on customers.
From today, passengers on EasyJet flights from Turkey and Egypt.. City A.M.
The restriction - which means customers will no longer be able to carry laptops and other large electronic devices as cabin luggage - affects passengers on inbound flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan,.. Wales Online
Airline passengers travelling to the UK from six countries in the Middle East and North Africa will be banned from carrying electronic devices such as laptops on to planes. The ban will prevent.. Burton Mail
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei warned on Tuesday, March 21 he would confront anyone trying to interfere in Iran’s May presidential election, in which conservative hardliners will seek.. Eurasia Review Also reported by •Huffington Post
The authors assess the first year of the EU-Turkey statement on refugees, providing a summary of the current situation.
By İlke Toygür and Bianca Benvenuti*
n 2015 the EU faced one of the most.. Eurasia Review
Back in the glory days of the so-called “Arab Spring”, when Middle Eastern dictators were falling like ninepins, it seemed that the overthrow of Ben Ali of Tunisia, Mubarak of Egypt, Gaddafi of.. Eurasia Review
Britain has followed in US footsteps by imposing a cabin baggage ban on larger electronic devices from several Middle Eastern and North African countries.
Direct inbound flights from Turkey,.. Eurasia Review
Britain's government has banned electronic devices in the carry-on bags of passengers traveling to the U.K. from six countries, following closely on a similar ban imposed by the United States. The.. SeattlePI.com
Sky News is reporting that the UK intends to follow the United States in instituting a ban on passengers flying from certain Middle Eastern nations from carrying any electronic devices larger than a.. The Next Web
One day after the Trump administration imposed restriction on carry-on electronic devices on planes coming to the United States from 10 airports in Muslim-majority countries in the Middle East and.. Zero Hedge