America's top infectious disease expert tells Newsweek it has yet to be determined whether those vaccinated against COVID-19 can still pass the virus onto others.
"Proof of vaccination can be important at the individual level and for sectors other than health," a spokesperson for the WHO tells Newsweek.
The CBP officer's "questions had nothing to do with re-entry into the United States," journalist Ben Watson told Newsweek.
Vladimir Putin is making Russian passports more easily available to Ukrainians living in the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk, where pro-Kremlin separatists have been battling Kiev forces.
"You don't freeload in this f---ing country," the woman can be heard in a video of the incident.
"The irony is unreal."
Both the current leader of North Korea and his late father, Kim Jong Il, used fake Brazilian passports to apply for Western visas during the 1990s.
The U.S. State Department says all registered sex offenders who have molested minors will soon need mandatory marks in their passports identifying them as predators.
The British government has said it hopes to remove the process of providing medical evidence for legal gender recognition.
One civil servant has been fighting to change passport photo rules since 2012.
Consular offices across Europe have been overwhelmed by citizenship inquiries and passport applications.
Possible requirement would raise tensions and undermine European Union's tourism industry.
A civil rights group is challenging a new federal law that will require the State Department to put identifying markers on sex offenders' passports.
As Jewish communities across Europe face growing anti-Semitism, Spain is allowing descendants of Spanish Jews to repatriate.
US citizens would rather hand back their passports than comply with rules to prevent tax avoidance
Instead of catching tax cheats, the new laws are rendering hardworking Americans noncompetitive and making everyday affairs near impossible.