Top 10 in Travel News: Week of March 11, 2015

To be clear, these are not police handcuffs

To be clear, these are not police handcuffs

THE TOP 10 IN TRAVEL NEWS THIS WEEK:

  1. A man was arrested for refusing to give his phone’s passcode to border agents
  2. 1,400 Security Badges Lost, Stolen at Atlanta Airport
  3. MSP Airport Opens Lactation Centers for Nursing Moms
  4. Mandarin Oriental confirms hack attack
  5. North Korea Tourists Required to Have Daily Temperature Checks
  6. Singapore to cane German vandals
  7. Man who canceled honeymoon over Ebola fears sues travel agency
  8. Tourists get car stuck after trying to follow GPS across a body of water
  9. Feds may reinvestigate the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & the “Big Bopper”
  10. American women busted for defacing Rome’s Colosseum

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