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Los Angeles now joins the growing list of other major U.S. cities, including New York, Washington, D.C., Boston and San Francisco, that have stepped up recently to pass or strengthen legislation that protects affordable housing and the community fabric of neighborhoods that have been negatively impacted by short-term rentals like Airbnb.
Embarking upon a quality over quantity approach to future development, the Ministry of Tourism and Sports has initiated a number of measures to better...
SUVA, Fiji - To ensure compliance with international law and bilateral requirements governing air service rights granted to national airlines that fly to other nations, the Republic of Fiji has update
The government has been advised to enact tough laws and regulations to ensure safety of tourists which is on the decline, improves.
Perpignan, near the Spanish border, has become the latest city to issue fines to people who refuse to cover up after being approached by the police.
Foreign tourists visit India by the hundreds each year to hire surrogate moms to carry their babies for them.
Police are under strict orders to stop using anti-terror legislation to question and search innocent photographers, after senior officers admitted widespread misuse of the controversial laws.
Driving shirtless, strolling in your swimsuit, or just forgetting to flush the loo: Here are some odd laws that can get you in trouble around the world. No Feeding Pigeons Italy
INDONESIA - The association of tour guides at the Baturraden holiday resort in Banyumas, Central Java, has blamed the much-decried anti-pornography law for a slew of recent cancellations by Dutch tour
In addition to the usual perils of sunburn, jellyfish attacks and bottom-pinching, holidaymakers in Italy face a new range of menaces this summer, the result of the Berlusconi government's frontal ass
VANCOUVER - Canada is one of the worst countries in the world when it comes to enforcement of its own child-sex tourism law, says a law professor who has analysed information obtained from the Justice Department. At least 146 Canadians have been charged overseas for sexually abusing children, Benjamin Perrin of the University of British Columbia has found.