The US Supreme Court has allowed President Donald Trump to implement a broad ban that prevents refugees from all over the world from entering the United States.
The court approved the Trump administration's request to halt the implementation of a federal appeals court decision that the Justice Department says would allow as many as 24,000 refugees to enter the United States more than the number eligible to enter.
Trump was granted a partial victory by the Supreme Court, with its willingness to consider in October the constitutionality of Trump's controversial executive order.
Trump signed an order on March 6 to ban travelers from six Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - for 90 days and prevent the entry of most of the refugees for 120 days into a measure the president said was necessary to prevent terrorist attacks. Finished