Which countries have the worst travel bans?

4/2/18 3:00:00 As the summer continues, a new batch of bans is emerging in Europe and the US, while the rest of the world remains tight-lipped.

In this article, we look at the top 10 worst travel restrictions and how they impact people.

The list is divided into countries and cities where a ban has been imposed.

Some countries have bans for more than one reason.

Here’s a quick overview of each country and city.


Poland, Poland The Polish government is one of the most extreme of the bans.

In addition to the travel ban, the government has announced plans to shut down the country’s entire internet services, which will affect millions of people.


China The Chinese government has also declared that the country is “no longer a party to the Beijing Declaration of Principles on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law,” which it says means it cannot be part of international efforts to tackle the issue of human rights abuses in China.


South Africa In response to South Africa’s national Day of Rage on April 25, the South African government has declared a national day of mourning and a call to boycott all South African products, including food and beverages.

The country has also banned the import of all products containing milk, butter and cheese, as well as some products made from palm oil.

The ban on food imports will remain in place until April 30.


Israel The government of Israel is also the most ban-friendly of the countries listed in this article.

The Israeli government has banned the sale of Israeli products in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem.

Israel has also closed the borders with the Gaza Strip and the Westbank, and imposed border restrictions on Palestinians living in the occupied territories.

Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, has said that the government does not discriminate against any religion or nationality.


Venezuela Venezuela has also been one of many countries that have been banned from participating in the International Monetary Fund’s annual meeting, scheduled to be held in New York in September.

The government is also banning the importation of Venezuelan goods, including oil, medicine and cosmetics.


Turkey The Turkish government has been banned by the European Union from participating at the IMF’s summit in Washington, DC.

Turkey has also restricted access to social media and internet services.

Turkey also bans the import and sale of non-alcoholic beverages and alcohol.


Iraq The United Nations has also issued an emergency resolution in response to the growing humanitarian crisis in the country, which has left some 1.3 million people dead.

The resolution states that the UN “deeply deplores the indiscriminate attacks, including targeted killings, and the indiscriminately disproportionate use of violence by ISIL and the government of Iraq against civilians and civilian infrastructure in the Mosul and Sinjar regions of Iraq.”


South Sudan The government in South Sudan has also announced it will begin enforcing a travel ban on its citizens.

The move comes after the country suffered a deadly outbreak of cholera last year.

The travel ban will remain into the coming weeks.


Egypt The Egyptian government has already suspended the entry of all foreign tourists.

Egypt has also taken measures to ban all imports of goods from foreign-owned businesses and firms.


India The Indian government has ordered that all food produced in the state of Maharashtra must be labelled as “GMO.”

The government has made this decision following a number of scientific studies that have found that genetically modified organisms are linked to many health problems and can cause serious problems.

In recent months, Indian officials have also banned several foreign firms from setting up shop in the states.