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    US court considering May amended travel ban

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    Post by Rocky Tue 04 Apr 2017, 1:42 am

    US court considering May amended travel ban

    Arab and international Since 2017-04-04 at 09:25 (Baghdad time)

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    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A US appeals court said it would hold a hearing next May on a judge's order that impeded President Trump's amended order to ban six citizens from traveling to the United States.
    The US District Court of Appeals has already upheld a judge's decision to block Trump's first travel ban.
    It is noteworthy that the US administration amended the first ban after judicial decisions against him.
    Trump confirms that he amended his decree in such a way as to avoid any objection by the judiciary.
    Trump believes the US border should be temporarily closed to all refugees in the world and that 90-day visas be granted to nationals of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen.
    The six-nation measure, which exempts visa holders and green cards, was tempered by the first decree adopted a week after Trump took office.
    Trump and his most prominent ministers, Rex Tilerson (Foreign), Jeff Sessions (Justice) and John Kelly (Homeland Security) defended the decree they see as "vital" to national security against increasing threats, they say.
    But opponents of the decree are not convinced of this urgent need and insist that the new text still discriminates against Muslims


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