Grand Travel Worldwide Highlights A Charitable Donation To Howard Meell Ministries For Their Mission Trip

Sochi Olympics Cybersecurity Threats Cited By U.S. In Travel Alert

The mission trip was made in order to provide the school children there with desks to sit at as well as a guitar, keyboard and drum set to be used during church sermons. Throughout the time that the mission-goers were in Zambia, they noticed that more and more people were visiting the church every Sunday to enjoy the sounds of the music being played there. With the addition of the musical instruments that were donated, this music is more beautiful and heart-warming than ever before. The children at the school house deeply enjoyed their new desks, which allowed them to have a better learning environment than ever before. Grand Travel Worldwide prides itself on donating to worthy causes that create a positive impact on people around the world. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://finance.yahoo.com/news/grand-travel-worldwide-highlights-charitable-231800995.html

The warning comes in the middle of a controversy in which U.S. officials blame Russia for the Internet leak of recordings of a senior State Department official and the U.S. ambassador discussing a possible future government for Ukraine. Victoria Nuland, a high-ranking U.S. diplomat, is heard on the recording using an expletive to tell the ambassador it would be better if a new Ukrainian government is backed by the United Nations than the EU. The State Department alert also said that "Russian police officers have the authority to stop people and request identity and travel documents at any time and without cause." The alert strongly advised Americans in Sochi to carry at all times their passports, Russian visas and other important documents. Officials said on Thursday that the U.S. Transportation Security Administration was temporarily banning carry-on liquids, aerosols, gels and powders on flights between Russia and the United States. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/02/08/sochi-olympics-cybersecurity-threats-_n_4748587.html

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