Tag: Travel Ban

US sets official date for start of North Korea travel ban

US sets official date for start of North Korea travel ban

The United States declared September 1 to be the date when they officially start a ban, prohibiting its citizens from travelling to North Korea. “The department of state has determined that the serious risk to United States nationals of arrest and long-term detention represents imminent danger to the physical safety[Read More…]

US travel ban on six Muslim countries takes effect

The US President Donald Trump’s provisional ban on refugees and travelers from six (largely Muslim) nations came into effect. The Supreme Court permitted the ban following a five-month battle with rights groups. According to the Trump administration, the ban is necessary to block terrorists from entering the country. However, immigrant[Read More…]

Transgenders will not be recruited in US military now: Donald Trump

Another Appeals Court in US blocks Trump’s travel ban

A federal appeals court has upheld a decision, blocking US President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban once again. A three-judge panel of the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals deals the administration another defeat, as the Supreme Court has considered a separate case on the issue. The judges said that[Read More…]

Trump refuses to shake hand with Angela Merkel

US President Donald Trump has apparently refused to shake German chancellor Angela Merkel’s hand during a joint appearance at the White House. In a video, reporters asked Trump and Merkel to shake hands at the end of the photo op, as is customary during meetings between foreign leaders. Hearing the[Read More…]

Trump signals deal with Mexico on asylum seekers

Hawaii federal judge blocks Trump’s new travel ban

A federal judge in Hawaii has placed a nationwide hold on the key aspects of US President Donald Trump’s revised travel ban after hearing arguments that the executive order discriminates on the basis of nationality. The executive order was put on hold just hours before the new restrictions were to[Read More…]

Hawaii sues to block Trump’s unconstitutional travel ban

US President Donald Trump’s immigration policies had faced a pair of new challenges on Wednesday. The attorney general of Hawaii alleged that Donald Trump had violated the Constitution with his redrawn executive order banning travel from six predominantly Muslim countries and had requested immediate court intervention to halt the order.[Read More…]

22 migrants flee to Canada after Trump’s travel ban

More than 22 migrants have bolted from the United States to Canada over the weekend. They sneaked through the border in Manitoba province to request asylum reported the authorities on Monday. Those fled are mostly from Africa who crossed the border overnight on Saturday. Eight others had arrived on Friday[Read More…]

US Appeals court rejection leaves Trump travel ban on hold

The legal fight over President Donald Trump’s executive order banning the travelers from seven Muslim-majority is on hold after the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals declined to block a lower-court ruling that suspended the ban, allowing previously barred travelers to continue coming to the United States. The three federal[Read More…]

Twitter staff donate $1.59M to fight Trump’s travel ban policy

Despite Twitter being Donald Trump’s most crucial marketing partner, it hasn’t stopped staff of the Twitter social media company from donating to one of the most prominent organisations opposing Trump’s policies. Nearly 1,000 employees made about $1.59 million donations to ACLU, which fights Trump’s recent executive order banning citizens of seven[Read More…]

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