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The UK travel rules are changing again | Nation & World News

UK holidaymakers have been given a much-needed boost as new destinations were added to the nation’s “green list.”

The move on Thursday came as travel regulations, along with the risk-based “traffic light” system, continue to cause widespread confusion among those eager to take a vacation since the ban on foreign holidays was lifted last month.

Here’s everything you need to know about the UK travel rules, including the latest additions to the green list and upcoming changes regarding amber-designated places.

Can UK residents now travel abroad for a holiday?

Residents of England, Scotland and Wales have been allowed to

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$250,000 in Free Marketing Services to One Winning Travel Destination | News

TALLAHASSEE, Fla., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — BowStern Marketing Communications (BowStern) recently announced a new initiative to revitalize the tourism industry and local economies in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Project Mayday: Tourism SOS is a contest that allows any city, state, DMO, or CVB across the country to enter for a chance to win a free year of marketing services, valued at $250,000.

“As our country begins to recover and reopen, we know that the ripple effects felt within the tourism industry will be long lasting,” said Tom Derzypolski, President and Co-Founder of BowStern. “As

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AMCO announces country music concert at Williamson Fieldhouse on March 20 | News

WILLIAMSON — Appalachian Made Co. (AMCO) has officially announced the first event of its 2021 schedule of powersports and live music events in Williamson: a country music concert featuring up and coming artist Kameron Marlowe set for 7 p.m. Saturday, March 20, at the Williamson Fieldhouse. Tickets are $40.

The event will adhere to local COVID-19 restrictions.

AMCO is a country lifestyle and destination travel brand with a mission to help create new jobs in the heart of coal country. It was founded in 2018 by Williamson locals Dr. Dino Beckett and Jody Gooslin and partner Randall Ussery of L37.

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Japan Government Calls for Release of Aung San Suu Kyi, Restoration of Democracy in Myanmar | World News

By Elaine Lies and Eimi Yamamitsu

TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan called on Myanmar on Monday to release Aung San Suu Kyi and others arrested after the military seized power from a democratically elected government, adding it had long supported democracy in the nation and demanded it be promptly restored.

Japan and Myanmar have close ties, with Tokyo a major aid donor over the years and scores of firms engaged in business activities there.

Myanmar’s army declared a state of emergency on Monday and said it had detained senior government leaders, accusing Suu Kyi’s National League for Democracy (NLD) of winning

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