Hundreds of European tourists have been refused entry to Libya after an unannounced change to passport rules.
From the evening of 11 November, visitors without an Arabic translation of their passports have been denied entry, even if they have valid visas.
Libya is the only Middle Eastern country to take such a step.
Correspondents say the sudden change of policy appears to go against Tripoli’s recent attempts to promote itself as a western tourist destination.
No warning of the change was given to foreign embassies.
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