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Details may differ significantly from country to country and ignoring that it in many situations is still possible to fly without having to present any form of ID when checking in, making it possible to fly with a ticket in a different name, in general: If you buy your ticket from some kind of agency and not directly from the airline, the agency will of ...


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To answer the part of your question I quote here: I wonder if the Belarus intelligence was handed the manifest as a routine or they somehow got access through it using spyware? That would be "SIGINT". This particular operation was done with HUMINT: Roman Protasevitch was physically followed into the airport and up to the counter by an agent who ...


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According to the purchasing site for Hola Barcelona, when you purchase the card online, you will be emailed a voucher code which you can use to retrieve the travel card itself at any metro station. They also offer a video about the process if that is interesting for you. According to the same site, the card is valid for 72 hours (or your choice of other ...


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Yes, they mean the same thing. RT doesn't mean real-time but reverse transcription. This refers to the process of converting the viral RNA into DNA that the PCR method can then amplify. Because coronaviruses are RNA viruses, any PCR-based testing for them requires reverse transcription first. All "PCR" tests that anyone talks about now are thus ...


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you can pick up the card at the tourist information booth. "You can also use your card to travel from Barcelona Airport. You can buy or pick up your card at the tourist information offices at the two terminals."


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Presuming you used a credit card for the transaction, that is no longer a secret. https://www.fastcompany.com/90490923/credit-card-companies-are-tracking-shoppers-like-never-before-inside-the-next-phase-of-surveillance-capitalism In one sense, cardholders are safer from identity theft than ever before. At the same time, they’re now shopping in a panopticon, ...


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No, it is not common. It may be possible for some people to work their way around Europe by teaching, but most people who want teachers for their kids want someone who is around long term. Someone they can check out before the start of the work and someone they can rely on to be there for a whole school year. It might be possible in couch surfing, via the ...


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Look it up on https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/vaccines/. E.g., currently, for Sinovac: CoronaVac , it is approved in 25 countries: Albania Azerbaijan Brazil Cambodia Chile China Colombia Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Hong Kong Indonesia Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Panama Philippines Thailand ...


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