Tax experts say the IRS doesn't have the "bandwidth" to track down the relief money, much of which was sent to ineligible foreigners alongside President Trump's signature addressing, "My Fellow American."
At least two of those who were killed were dual nations of the U.S. and the United Kingdom.
The man is believed to have cost Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden around $223,000 in lost sales.
The Iraqi authorities are fast-tracking trials for prisoners in the war against ISIS, including European women who traveled to Iraq to marry fighters for the group.
Regional departments in Russia's Ministry of Internal Affairs ordered police to stop publishing "negative news" about minor crimes until after the millions of World Cup attendees have departed in late June.
"I urge everyone to be hospitable, kind, not to beat anyone, if you know the English language, help the tourists," said Alexander Yaroshuk, head of Kaliningrad.
At hate rallies, many have called for Koreans to "get the hell out of Japan" and that foreigners should "all be massacred."
The parliament also introduced punishment for financing mercenaries.
It used to be legal to deny Irish people work. But is our rejection of almost all immigration not just as pernicious?