Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, has pledged to end President Donald Trump’s highly controversial travel ban affecting mainly Muslim-majority countries on day one of his presidency during an online summit yesterday. The Muslim community was the first to feel Trump’s “assault” with his “vile Muslim ban”, said Biden[…]
Government will on Wednesday gazette travel restrictions on all travellers from countries considered to be at high risk for the deadly coronavirus. The travel ban on citizens from eight countries including the United Kingdom and the United States was announced earlier this week by Transport Minister, Fikile Mbalula at a[…]
Saudi Arabia temporarily suspended on Thursday the travel of its citizens and residents to 39 countries including 27 European Union states amid a jump in the number of coronavirus cases from 21 to 45 with reporting of 24 new cases, including 21 in Makkah. The new measures were taken as[…]
The House Judiciary Committee voted in favour of advancing a bill that would withdraw Trump’s controversial travel ban. The United States House Judiciary Committee voted on Wednesday to advance a bill that would repeal Donald Trump’s travel ban that targets several Muslim majority countries, and would limit the president from[…]
American-Muslims have decried a US Supreme Court ruling that upheld a controversial travel ban on five Muslim-majority countries, expressing anger and fear over what it will mean for them and their families. Dozens of people gathered outside the court building on Tuesday, holding banners and shouting slogans such as “No[…]
President Donald Trump’s administration goes before the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday to defend the legality of his travel ban targeting people from several Muslim-majority countries, one of the most contentious actions of his presidency. Trump’s travel ban – the third version of a policy he first sought to implement[…]
A federal judge in Seattle partially blocked U.S. President Donald Trump’s newest restrictions on refugee admissions on Saturday, the latest legal defeat for his efforts to curtail immigration and travel to the United States. The decision by U.S. District Judge James Robart is the first judicial curb on rules the[…]
The US Supreme Court ruled on Monday to allow President Donald Trump’s travel ban on several Muslim-majority countries to go into full effect. The court, with two of the nine justices dissenting, granted the US administration’s request to lift two injunctions imposed by lower courts that had partially blocked the[…]
U.S. District Court Judge Theodore Chuang in Maryland heard arguments for and against President Donald Trump’s new travel ban, set to take effect on Wednesday. It indefinitely limits travel from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, Chad and North Korea. Certain government officials from Venezuela were also barred. All those countries[…]
The US government will allow people barred from entering the country in the early days of President Donald Trump’s travel ban to reapply for visas following a legal settlement with campaigners. Under the terms of the agreement, announced on Thursday, the government must contact all individuals who had been turned[…]
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