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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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Best things to do in Busan, from beaches to temples "A stunning confluence of scenery, culture and cuisine, Busan packs an eclectic offering of activities to suit all travelers: hike hills to Buddhist temples, settle into sizzling hot springs and feast on seafood at the country's largest fish market," reads Lonely Planet's top 10 list. "Poised to steal the spotlight, Busan is East Asia's Culture City for 2018 and will be at its most vibrant with colorful events showcasing the country's cultural heritage, from street art festivals to traditional dance shows." Lonely Planet's annual Best in Asia list, now in its third year, features the travel guidebook publisher's top 10 recommended destinations to visit in the year ahead. "Asia is such a vast and diverse continent for anyone dreaming of an escape," says Lonely Planet Asia-Pacific media spokesperson Chris Zeiher in a statement. "Our experts have combed through thousands of recommendations to pick the best destinations to visit over the next 12 months." Coming in behind Busan is Uzbekistan -- cited for its mosaic-clad mosques and Silk Road lore. Third place goes to Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh City, which it calls "a supercity that somehow keeps getting cooler." Uzbekistan's historic treasures are now more accessible than ever. Much of the list highlights destinations that aren't considered travel hotspots. For instance, Sri Lanka's Arugam Bay -- a surf town on the east coast -- is applauded for managing to "retain its cool as holidaymakers swarm the rest of the country's ancient citadels and hiker-strewn hill stations." Or India's Western Ghats, which offers "an atmospheric mirror to Shimla and Darjeeling, with added jungle appeal." How to explore Sri Lanka's coast in style But there are some more-than-familiar inclusions, too, such as Chiang Mai. Long one of Thailand's most popular destinations, this northern city has added a few new attractions in recent years that make it worth a repeat visit. Among these are the newly opened, award-winning MAIIAM Contemporary Art Museum. Other places were lauded for their improved infrastructure.
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