American Muslims decry Trump travel ban - Channel NewsAsia

Volunteer lawyers from various organisations sit at a table set up at the International Arrivals section at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, California on June 30, 2017, offering free legal advice. (Photo: AFP/Frederic J Brown). 01 Jul ...

#blocked and reported - thejournal.ie

PARENTS IN THE UK are likely to be banned from leaving their cars' engines on while waiting outside schools in an effort to prevent air pollution, the Telegraph reports. The new guidelines suggest a 'no idling' policy should be implemented near where ...

US State Department Clarifies Implementation of Travel Ban Exemptions - The National Law Review

The diplomatic cable instructs consulates on how to interpret the US Supreme Court's direction to enforce the restriction only against foreign nationals who lack a “bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States.” This Immigration ...

Iran says US ban targets 'grandmothers' - Arab News

TEHRAN: Iran's foreign minister has denounced the partial reinstatement of President Donald Trump's travel ban as a “truly shameful exhibition of blind hostility to all Iranians” — and a measure that will prevent Iranian grandmothers from seeing their ...

More challenges expected for Trump's new travel ban - CTV News

WASHINGTON -- A scaled-back version of President Donald Trump's travel ban is now in force, stripped of provisions that brought protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January yet still likely to generate a new round of court fights. The new rules ...

Legal battles await Donald Trump's new travel ban - Blasting News

As the Trump administration sets to implement the new travel ban human rights groups also prepared for legal challenge to new restriction. Kinzer Mathew. K. Mathew. Follow Following. Curated by Shaunee Flowers. Published on: 30 June 2017 30 June 2017.

'Bona Fide Relationships' Under Trump's New Travel Ban: Who's In and Who's Out? - The National Law Review

The U.S. Supreme Court made headlines on June 26 when it partially mandated aspects of Trump's notorious “travel ban” barring immigrants from select countries from entering the United States. In a lengthy opinion, the court provided that people seeking ...

Don't be fooled by Trump or outspoken terrorists, the Muslim travel ban won't work - The Hill (blog)

President Donald J. Trump's revised travel ban, Executive Order 13769, went into effect yesterday. It restricts travel from six Muslim majority nations: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen for 90 days and suspends refugee resettlement for 120 ...

Hawaii challenges Donald Trump's rollout of travel ban in court - Economic Times

Hawaii asked a court to clarify the scope of President Donald Trump's travel ban, saying the government's latest restrictions go further than the US Supreme Court allowed. The Supreme Court on Monday allowed Trump to implement his legally fraught ban ...

Trump's travel ban is bad news for grandma - The Mercury News

When President Trump's travel ban finally went into effect this week, it was a clear victory for his administration. It was not, however, a victory for the grandparents of the world. Related Articles. Trump's travel ban a far cry from original · Travel ...

US travel ban takes effect - The Daily Star

People hug after arriving in advance of the incoming travel ban to the US at John F Kennedy airport in New York, on Thursday. Photo: AFP, Reuters. Agencies. Lawyers and rights activists took up positions at major US airports as a weakened version of ...

Hawaii Files Legal Challenge To The Travel Ban's "Bona Fide Relationship" Definition - Bustle

On Thursday, the state of Hawaii took President Trump's travel ban to court once again, challenging the administration's criteria for determining whether foreign citizens from six Muslim-majority countries allowed entry to the United States. The ...

Trump's travel ban faces new legal challenge from Hawaii as battle between administration and state continues - The Independent

The state of Hawaii is once again challenging Donald Trump's travel ban, after the Supreme Court allowed a limited version of the restrictions to take effect. The Court ruled this week that travellers from six Muslim-majority countries could be barred ...

Sessions: SCOTUS Travel Ban Ruling Was 'Slap Down' to Opponents - Newsline

The Supreme Court rejected opponents of the travel ban to six mostly Muslim countries in its ruling that affirmed the ban, according to Attorney General Jeff Sessions. “The court rejected this whole narrative of the left . . . It was a major slap down ...

Trump travel ban takes effect for six countries - WSAV-TV

(NBC News) – Lawyers camped out this morning in some of the nation's largest airports to help immigrants who may be blocked from coming into the United States. President Trump's travel ban has been in effect just a few hours now, and it's already being ...

Here is the latest news from The Associated Press at 12:40 pm EDT - KSL.com

WASHINGTON (AP) — A spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is declining to comment on the president's suggestion that the Senate vote now to repeal the Obama health care law, and vote later to replace it. But that idea that was rejected ...

Modified version of Trump's travel ban takes effect - Hindustan Times

The guidelines exempt visitors with a “bona fide” relationship with those already in the US and those coming to study, work or attend conferences. world Updated: Jun 30, 2017 23:40 IST. Yashwant Raj Hindustan Times, Washington. US President Donald ...

Rights groups slam Trump's new travelling restrictions - Press TV

Volunteer lawyers set up a table to help arriving passengers with the reinstatement by the US Supreme Court of portions of President Donald Trump's executive order targeting travelers from six predominantly Muslim countries, at Los Angeles ...

Revised travel rules in effect on six nations - Arkansas Online

WASHINGTON -- A scaled-back version of President Donald Trump's travel ban took effect Thursday evening, stripped of provisions that raised protests and chaos at airports worldwide in January. The new rules, the product of months of legal wrangling ...

As Trump travel ban goes into effect, lawsuits begin - USA TODAY

President Trump's scaled-back travel ban against six majority-Muslim nations operated without disruptions at airports Friday as opponents challenged its restrictive rules on who is permitted entry into the USA. The American Civil Liberties Union and ...