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Pakistanis run into roadblocks in attempts to get visas

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Pakistanis run into roadblocks in attempts to get visas

Every year, about 10,000 Pakistanis are granted student visas to Britain, while up to 20 times as many are rejected. Worldfocus contributing blogger Faisal Kapadia describes the difficulties faced by Pakistani students and travelers hoping to qualify for visas.

Posted: June 24, 2009 10:02   Comments: 0
The not so friendly skies of Spain’s budget airline

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The not so friendly skies of Spain’s budget airline

Worldfocus special correspondent Martin Seemungal writes about what it's like to be a mobile journalist and vents about his luggage mishap in Spain.

Posted: March 23, 2009 10:56   Comments: 6
A fiancée boards U.S.-bound plane, leaving Cuba for good

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A fiancée boards U.S.-bound plane, leaving Cuba for good

Knowing full well that they may never return to their homeland due to U.S. travel restrictions, some young Cubans are nonetheless leaving behind loved ones and heading to the U.S.

Posted: March 17, 2009 11:52   Comments: 4
Tune in: Online radio show on Cuba and the U.S.

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Tune in: Online radio show on Cuba and the U.S.

Worldfocus.org's radio show looks back to the roots of U.S.-Cuban relations and forward to the potentially changing relations under President Barack Obama.

Posted: January 28, 2009 09:41   Comments: 6
Two guys from Queens trace Marco Polo’s path

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Two guys from Queens trace Marco Polo’s path

Two friends from Queens, New York, spent two years traveling 25,000 miles, following the footsteps of Marco Polo.

Posted: November 28, 2008 09:39   Comments: 6

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