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Eastern Libya Issues Retaliatory Travel Ban Against U.S. Travelers

By Associated Press

Libya Tourism

Old Roman ruins stand in the ancient archaeological site of Sabratha on Libya’s Mediterranean coast. The ancient Roman city of Sabratha used to attract more than 20,000 foreign visitors annually before the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi. Now the temples and mosaics overlooking the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean are usually deserted. Libya Tourism

Skift Take: While we generally dislike travel bans, it’s better safe than sorry in this case. Tripoli and other cities have seen fighting between armed groups and government forces, catching hotels in the crossfire.

— Sean O’Neill

The Libyan government based in the east of the country …read more

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