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Reason: The administration said Iran regularly fails to cooperate with officials. Restriction: Most Libyan nationals, including immigrants and nonimmigrants on business and tourist visas, will be blocked from entering the U.S. Students and some other categories will continue to receive visas. Reason: Inability to report public-safety and terrorism-related information. Restriction: Most Syrian nationals will be barred from entering the U.S. Reason: Failure to cooperate with the U.S., including public-safety and terrorism-related information. Restriction: Officials of government agencies and their immediate family members are barred from entering the U.S. Other Venezuelan nationals will be subject to additional scrutiny but not banned. Reason: Failure to verify whether certain citizens pose a national security threat to the U.S. Restriction: Most Yemeni nationals, including immigrants and nonimmigrants on business and tourist visas, will be blocked from entering the U.S.
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Singapore business exec to travel to North Korea Sign up for our weekly Korea Now newsletter An exclusive report putting perspective on the week's most important developments. June 20 (UPI) -- A Singaporean business executive says he hopes to "spread goodwill, love and hope" to North Korea after receiving an invitation from Pyongyang to visit and explore investment opportunities. Michael Heng, a former professor at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University and head of People Worldwide Consulting, told local publication TODAY the invitation came from the Kim Jong Un regime. He plans to visit Sept. 18-22. Heng, who reportedly has ties to the North Korean embassy in Singapore, described the planned trip as "almost like a tour to North Korea" and is part of larger efforts to engage Singapore's business community. VNT Global Consulting, a Singapore firm that has expressed interest in joining the trip, described it as a "very good opportunity." The report comes at a time when North Korea remains under heavy international sanctions. In 2015, Singapore was Pyongyang's sixth-largest trading partner, with two-way trade surpassing $29 million. The trip would help North Korea earn foreign currency -- each traveler would have to pay North Korean services about $3,600 if traveling from Singapore, and about $3,300 if leaving from Beijing. Costs cover all transportation and accommodation. North Korea has been seeking tourism dollars, and engagement in 2018 is raising the interest of Japanese travelers, according to a travel agency in Tokyo.
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