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first would-be migrants to u.s. grounded in cairo


cairo - cairo airport officials say seven u.s.-bound migrants — six from iraq and one from yemen — have been prevented from boarding an egyptair flight to new york’s jfk airport.the officials said the action urday by the airport was the first since president donald trump imposed a three-month ban on refugees from seven muslim-majority countries: iraq, syria, iran, sudan, libya, somalia and yemen.advertisement | advertise on newsdaythe officials said the seven migrants, escorted by officials from the u.n. refugee agency, were stopped from boarding the plane after authorities at cairo airport contacted their counterparts in jfk airport.the officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief the media.






los angeles airport to get scanners to speed up security


los angeles — los angeles international airport will be getting new fingerprint and iris scanners for p engers who want to speed through security lines.the los angeles times reports urday (http://lat.ms/2jh5uzi ) that biometric screening company clear will install kiosks by the end of march in los angeles and at atlanta hartsfield-jackson international airport and minneapolis-st. paul international airport.the company's kiosks can confirm a traveler's identification in seconds. p engers must pay an annual $179 fee to enroll and use the system.clear chief administrative officer david cohen says travelers who use the kiosks can head more quickly to the transportation security administration's screening.the company already operates in airports in san francisco, washington and new york.






protesters against refugee ban gather at dia – the denver post


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






protests erupt at airports following trump travel ban


president donald trump's travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly muslim nations entry into the u.s. has sparked protests around the country.a look at what is happening:___new yorka protest at john f. kennedy airport, where 12 refugees were detained urday, swelled to more than 2,000 people, including some celebrities. the agency that runs the airport tried to restore order by shutting down the train that runs to airport terminals. gov. andrew cuomo, a democrat, reversed that decision, saying people had a right to protest. "the people of new york will have their voices heard," he said in a statement.___newark, new jerseymore than 120 people clutching signs denouncing the trump immigration orders gathered at newark liberty international airport. northjersey.com reports that they jo






protesters, immigration attorneys gather at dia in protest of donald trump’s ban


demonstrators gathered at denver international airport late urday afternoon to protest president donald trump’s orders to temporarily ban refugees from entering the u.s.on facebook, organizers had asked people to wear all red, white or blue and to bring signs with the words “i am _____, and i come in peace.”dia issued a statement warning that protests were illegal at the airport without a proper permit.earlier, immigration attorneys were on hand in case they were needed by any p engers on incoming international flights.denver post reporter david migoya is tweeting from the airport as the situation develops.






myanmar ruling party adviser ko ni s dead at airport


a prominent muslim human rights lawyer was s dead at myanmar’s main international airport sunday after returning from an overseas trip.ko ni was a long-term adviser to the country’s leader aung san suu kyi and her national league for democracy, but he had also spoken out against the worsening sectarian divides in the predominantly buddhist...






deal reached to close southern california airport


santa monica, calif. — a southern california city and the federal government on urday said they reached a deal to close santa monica's airport, ending a lengthy legal battle over the site.under the agreement, the city can close the airport after 2028 and carry out plans to turn the 227-acre property into a park, santa monica officials said.in the meantime, the city can shorten the airport's single runway to 3,500 feet from its current length of nearly 5,000 feet, which means larger jets will no longer be able to take off or land, city officials said.santa monica has long sought to shut the airport located amid residential neighborhoods in a seaside city of more than 90,000 people. residents have raised concerns about noise, air pollution and the risk of planes crashing into neighborhoods.s






‘stop doing anything that could be construed as free speech’


protesters at the denver airport over the weekend were told by police that it was illegal to exercise “free speech without a permit.” denverite reported that over 200 people gathered at the denver international airport on friday to protest president donald trump’s executive order banning travel from seven majority-muslim countries. in video posted to youtube, police commander tony lopez can be seen advising demonstrators that they are in violation of the law.“stop doing anything that could be construed as free speech without a permit,” he explains.lopez warns in the video, which lacks context, that even carrying a copy of the u.s. constitution was prohibited in the airport.“i cannot carry the constitution without a permit?” one protester asks. “correct,” the officer replies. watch the vide






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protesters at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribunepeople protest president trump's executive order on refugees at o'hare international airport in chicago january 28, 2017.people protest president trump's executive order on refugees at o'hare international airport in chicago january 28, 2017. (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protesters at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribunepeople protest president trump's executive order on refugees at o'hare international airport in chicago on urday, january 28, 2017. people protest president trump's executive order on refugees at o'hare international airport in chicago on urday, january 28, 2017. (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






some u.s.-bound p engers prevented from boarding flights in wake of trump order


some u.s.-bound p engers have been prevented from boarding flights in the wake of president donald trump’s order to ban entry for people from certain muslim-majority countries, prompting airlines to scramble to react to the new policy.officials at cairo airport in egypt said urday that seven u.s.-bound migrants—six from iraq and one from yemen—had been stopped from boarding an egyptair flight to new york’s jfk airport, the...






emotional reunion at jfk airport after release of elderly sudanese man from immi


for those immigrants temporarily detained under a new trump administration executive order at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, attorneys have put a priority on getting some of the older detainees released to their families. one small victory for the lawyers was the case of y in abdelrhman, a 76-year-old green card holder from sudan who had been detained on a trip home to visit family.  he was released about noon on sunday after being held in detention for 30 hours. soon, he was reunited with his sons. “he is a strong individual, but he has some health challenges,’’ said u.s. rep. hakeem jeffries (d-n.y.),  who had been working on their case.






jacqueline fernandez amuses the paparazzi at the airport


jacqueline fernandez amuses the paparazzi at the airportdecades of connecting bollywood celebrities with their fans.for over 6 decades, filmfare has been the official handbook on bollywood for their die-hard fans with its exclusive interviews, cl y p o shoots, insider stories, sneak peeks, bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features. filmfare captures bollywood's biggest stars and divas at their colourful, candid, beautiful, quirky and even spoilt best.cover price: rs. 60 per issue | periodicity: fortnightly | no. of issues yearly:26






akshay kumar clicked with his family at the airport


akshay kumar clicked with his family at the airportdecades of connecting bollywood celebrities with their fans.for over 6 decades, filmfare has been the official handbook on bollywood for their die-hard fans with its exclusive interviews, cl y p o shoots, insider stories, sneak peeks, bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features. filmfare captures bollywood's biggest stars and divas at their colourful, candid, beautiful, quirky and even spoilt best.cover price: rs. 60 per issue | periodicity: fortnightly | no. of issues yearly:26






thousands at jfk airport in new york protest new visa and refugee suspensions


thousand of new yorkers headed out to john f. kennedy airport urday evening to protest president trump’s new executive order turning back refugees and other visitors from seven predominantly muslim countries. word of the spontaneous demonstration was spread across social media, with activists like filmmaker michael moore calling out “everybody in nyc area--- head to jfk terminal 4 now.”  by late afternoon, it appeared that more than 2,000 had heeded the call to protest, to the dismay of airport security struggling to keep the terminal clear for travelers. one group chanted, “let them in.” another read out loud from the emma lazarus poem inscribed in the base of the statue of liberty, “give me your tired, your poor, your huddled m es yearning to breathe free ....’’ earlier in the day, 1






protests erupt at airports following trump travel ban


president donald trump's travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly muslim nations entry into the u.s. has sparked protests around the country.a look at what is happening:___new yorka protest at john f. kennedy airport, where 12 refugees were detained urday, swelled to more than 2,000 people, including some celebrities. the agency that runs the airport tried to restore order by shutting down the train that runs to airport terminals. gov. andrew cuomo, a democrat, reversed that decision, saying people had a right to protest. "the people of new york will have their voices heard," he said in a statement.___newark, new jerseymore than 120 people clutching signs denouncing the trump immigration orders gathered at newark liberty international airport. northjersey.com reports that they jo






lawyer for myanmar’s ruling party inated at airport


yangon, myanmar (ap) — a legal adviser for the national league for democracy was inated at a myanmar airport sunday after returning from a trip overseas, the government said.ko ni was the supreme court advocate for the nld and a longstanding adviser to the country’s leader aung san suu kyi.the unidentified gunman made a close s to the head as ko ni walked out of the arrival gate at yangon’s airport, the ministry of information said in a video posted on state-run mrtv.a friend of ko ni who witnessed the shooting said the suspected in also s a taxi driver who tried to stop him from fleeing.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“as i stopped my car by the airport, that’s where i saw ko ni’s body lying on the walkway outside of the airport and i couldn’t believe that just h






p os: protesters welcome refugees, protest trump policy at airports across u.s.


brandon wade – ociated pressgallery: southern methodist university student osama aloabi, left, and his brother, a smu graduate, tarek alolabi, right, demonstrate against president donald trump's executive order barring muslims from certain middle eastern countries from entering the united states at dallas fort worth airport, urday, jan. 28, 2017, in dallas. the aloabi's parents, who are syrian, are being detained by immigration officials at the airport.






lawyer for myanmar's ruling party inated at airport


yangon, myanmar — a legal adviser for the national league for democracy was inated at a myanmar airport sunday after returning from a trip overseas, the government said.ko ni was the supreme court advocate for the nld and a longstanding adviser to the country's leader aung san suu kyi.the unidentified gunman made a close s to the head as ko ni walked out of the arrival gate at yangon's airport, the ministry of information said in a video posted on state-run mrtv.a friend of ko ni who witnessed the shooting said the suspected in also s a taxi driver who tried to stop him from fleeing."as i stopped my car by the airport, that's where i saw ko ni's body lying on the walkway outside of the airport and i couldn't believe that just happened," said thet paing soe, a friend and an nld supporter. "






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protests at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribunehessam noorian, center,  stands with his wife, zehra amirisefat, left, after being released at o'hare international airport in chicago on jan. 28, 2017. noorian has dual citizenship with iran and the united kingdom and has been living in park ridge with a green card. he, his wife and their 6-month-old child were returning to chicago from iran when he was taken into custody. u.s. authorities took more than a dozen travelers into custody urday at o'hare international airport in response to president donald trump's immigration order — but lawyers who e to their aid said all were set free after a federal judge in new york temporarily barred deportations.hessam noorian, center,  stands with his wife, zehra amirisefat, left, after being released at






airport spotting: aamir khan, alia bhatt, jacqueline fernandez


airport spotting: aamir khan, alia bhatt, jacqueline fernandezdecades of connecting bollywood celebrities with their fans.for over 6 decades, filmfare has been the official handbook on bollywood for their die-hard fans with its exclusive interviews, cl y p o shoots, insider stories, sneak peeks, bollywood fashion coverage, movie reviews and special features. filmfare captures bollywood's biggest stars and divas at their colourful, candid, beautiful, quirky and even spoilt best.cover price: rs. 60 per issue | periodicity: fortnightly | no. of issues yearly:26






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


isting refugeesnancy stone / chicago tribunekimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017.kimberly r en, from left, an attorney and social worker, laura booth and megan staub, both attorneys for latham & watkins llp., wait for arriving p engers as part of the international refugee istance project consisting of attorneys from different law firms isting anyone having problems with immigration at o'hare international airport on jan. 29, 2017. (nancy stone / chicago tribune)see more






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 14 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 14 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after immigrants detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after at least 18 people were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president trump's executive orders on friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after several travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after several travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more galleries






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more g






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers detained


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were detained, including green card holders. they were detained following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribune)see more g






protesters gather at o'hare airport after travelers held


protesters gather at o'harechris sweda / chicago tribuneprotesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were taken into custody, including green card holders. they were held following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries. protesters gather at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017, after more than a dozen travelers were taken into custody, including green card holders. they were held following president donald trump's executive order friday to temporarily block refugees coming to the u.s. and placing a temporary moratorium on immigrants from seven barred countries.  (chris sweda / chicago tribun






protesters gather at minneapolis airport in wake of refugee ban


protesters gathered late urday afternoon at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport, just hours after several travelers were detained as part of president donald trump's crackdown on the admission of refugees.minnesotans planned a 5 p.m. solidarity rally at the terminal 1 international baggage claim opposing trump's executive order barring migrants from seven primarily muslim countries — including business people, students and those with valid visas. before the rally, there were no known detainments of immigrants entering msp.the rally followed airport protests nationwide, including a daylong demonstration outside new york's john f. kennedy international airport, where two iraqi men were detained urday morning. one has since been released.a delta airlines spokeswoman said the compan






lawyer for myanmar’s ruling party inated at airport


yangon, myanmar (ap) — a legal adviser for the national league for democracy was inated at a myanmar airport sunday after returning from a trip overseas, the government said.ko ni was the supreme court advocate for the nld and a longstanding adviser to the country’s leader aung san suu kyi.the unidentified gunman made a close s to the head as ko ni walked out of the arrival gate at yangon’s airport, the ministry of information said in a video posted on state-run mrtv.a friend of ko ni who witnessed the shooting said the suspected in also s a taxi driver who tried to stop him from fleeing.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“as i stopped my car by the airport, that’s where i saw ko ni’s body lying on the walkway outside of the airport and i couldn’t believe that just h






flight simulator online 14 hd


flight simulator x 2014 is the most a nced simulation already developed for android. we have been improving the physics for years, and finally we are proud to announce our flight simulator. prepare for the real experience of flying a aircraft over new york city. choose one of the most famous airports in the world and fly with more than 16 aircrafts, over 400 different missions. the game also simulates weather conditions, with clear sky, thunderstorms, turbulence and more. become a airliner pilot, freelance pilot, military skilled pilot or a acrobatic pilot. your choice. we created 4 separate sets of planes: learning aircrafts- commercial aircrafts- cargo and transportation aircraft- military jetsthose are the planes you can choose: boeing 747-400- boeing 757- boeing 707- airbus a320- ce






iraqi immigrant freed after being detained at new york airport in wake of trump


an iraqi immigrant was freed urday after being detained at one of new york’s airports in the wake of president trump’s latest executive action on immigration.hameed darweesh appeared outside john f. kennedy international airport urday afternoon with two members of congress.“america is the greatest nation, the greatest people in the world,” darweesh told reporters.iraqi immigrant hameed darweesh, center, walks out of terminal 4 with u.s. rep. jerrold nadler and u.s. rep. nydia velazquez after being released at john f. kennedy international airport in queens, new york, jan. 28, 2017. reuters/andrew kelly darweesh said he had a special immigration visa to enter the country. cbs news digital journalist alex pena reports he had worked closely with the u.s. government abroad.u.s. rep. jerrold na






stanford university student detained at jfk airport for five hours after trump's


a stanford university graduate student who was on a flight from sudan to new york at the time president donald trump signed an immigration order was detained at jfk airport for five hours before being released urday morning, a college spokeswoman said.the sudanese student, who is studying anthropology at the university, is a legal u.s. resident and holds a green card. she’s not immediately returning to california, but the university has offered her support.“she may release a statement later, but right now she’s very tired,” said lisa lapin, a spokeswoman for stanford. the university isn’t currently releasing the student’s name.on friday, trump signed an executive order that temporarily barred all refugees from entering the united states for 120 days and blocks the acceptance of syrian refu






airlines turning away p engers following trump travel ban


qatar airways is advising p engers bound for the united states from seven newly banned majority muslim countries that they need to have either a u.s. green card or diplomatic visa to travel.a statement on the company’s website says: “nationals of the following countries: sudan, libya, somalia, syria, iran, iraq, yemen ... may travel to the u.s. only if they are in possession of a permanent resident card (green card) or any of the below visas.”it listed foreign government, united nations, international organization and nato visas.playvideocbsnlawyer explains why he works to help muslims in u.s. one day after president trump signed an executive order banning people from seven muslim-majority countries from crossing u.s borders, several mi... dutch airline klm confirmed to cbs news that it ha






protesters gather at minneapolis airport in wake of refugee ban


a small group of people carrying signs and chanting gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the demonstrators at the terminal 1 international baggage claim carried signs opposing the executive order trump issued friday night that bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries, including business people, students and those with valid visas.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis airport on urday, authorities said.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwide, including a daylong demonstration outside new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, where two iraqi men were detained urday morning. one has since been released.






european leaders oppose trump travel ban; far right applauds


trump travel ban protestseugene garcia / eparosalie gurna, 9, joins hundreds of protesters denouncing the travel ban from muslim-majority countries enacted by president trump outside of the international terminal at los angeles international airport in los angeles, california on jan. 28, 2017.rosalie gurna, 9, joins hundreds of protesters denouncing the travel ban from muslim-majority countries enacted by president trump outside of the international terminal at los angeles international airport in los angeles, california on jan. 28, 2017. (eugene garcia / epa)






travelers freed after being held at o'hare over trump order, lawyers say


attorneys isting family of detainees at o'haremohammad amirisefat of chicago waits for news about relatives at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017. his sister, zehra amirisefat, 30, a u.s. citizen, landed at o'hare with her 6-month-old child after returning from iran before her husband, a green card holder, was detained. mohammad amirisefat of chicago waits for news about relatives at o'hare international airport on jan. 28, 2017. his sister, zehra amirisefat, 30, a u.s. citizen, landed at o'hare with her 6-month-old child after returning from iran before her husband, a green card holder, was detained. see more videos






at sfo, hundreds protest trump's muslim ban


in a swift and imp ioned response to president donald trump’s ban on refugees, outraged bay area residents descended on san francisco international airport on urday to protest the controversial executive order that left many refugees detained at airports nationwide.about 700 protesters rallied outside a section of the airport’s buzzing international terminal urday afternoon. though the demonstration started off inside the terminal, the crowd quickly grew too big to manage, and protesters moved outside onto the curb where travelers normally wait to be picked up. by the end, they had ran into traffic lanes, carrying dozens of posters and chanting phrases such as, “no justice, no peace.”“i don’t know why they are scared of my faith,” said marwa ahmed of santa clara. “my faith is beautiful.”fo






uber accused of "strikebreaking" during nyc airport protests


san francisco — some angry uber customers were accusing the ride-sharing app of “strikebreaking” after the company continued to pick up p engers during airport protests at john f. kennedy international after taxis decided to strike in solidarity, cbs san francisco reports.the hashtag #deleteuber quickly ignited the twittersphere and spurred customers to delete the app from their phones.briefly, uber tweeted it was lifting surge pricing, further fueling the angry backlash and sparking accu ions the company was profiting from the strike.the new york taxi workers alliance called for the one-hour strike. many of its members are muslim.san francisco-based uber issued a response later, saying “…it was not meant to break up any strike. we wanted people to know they could use uber to get to and fr






wa governor blasts ‘train wreck’ immigration mess


the governor of washington lashed out at the trump administration on urday over the “train wreck” of a mess caused by trump’s sweeping executive orders banning immigration from some muslim countries and invalidating the visas of some legal residents, leaving them stranded in limbo at airports around the country.“these people couldn’t run a two-car funeral,” said gov. jay inslee (d) at a press conference at seattle-tacoma international airport on urday, according to the seattle times. “it is a train wreck. it can’t stand. we’re drawing the line here at sea-tac.”the executive order bans entry to the u.s. for all refugees for 120 days. syrian refugees are barred indefinitely and the order imposes a 90-day wait on travelers from iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.inslee compare






protesters gather at minneapolis-st. paul airport in wake of refugee ban


about 100 people gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the protesters gathered near the terminal 1 international arrival gate, carrying signs opposing the executive order, which bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries.they shouted slogans such as “no hate! no fear! immigrants are welcome here!” the only international flight to arrive during the hourlong demonstration was from cancun, mexico. arriving travelers appeared confused by the activity and the signs. some raised their thumbs in support.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis-st. paul airport urday, authorities said.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwi






at sea-tac, inslee and other officials denounce immigrant ban ‘train wreck’


“these people couldn’t run a two-car funeral,” gov. jay inslee said of the white house. “it is a train wreck. it can’t stand. we’re drawing the line here at sea-tac.” meanwhile, airport officials are trying to connect families there with lawyers who might help them.ibado ahmed was at seattle-tacoma international airport on urday morning to meet her husband, who was coming from somalia via vienna. his flight arrived as scheduled. but ahmed, a refugee who has lived in seattle 12 years according to family members, did not get to see her husband.federal customs agents detained him. port of seattle commissioner courtney gregoire said she tried to arrange for ahmed’s husband to meet with an attorney. “unfortunately, he was already on his way back to vienna,” gregoire said.most read storiesunlimi






protests over immigration ban hit jfk & more u.s. airports


president donald trump’s executive order banning refugees from entering the u.s. has led to protests at airports around the country. thousands of demonstrators swarmed john f. kennedy international airport, dulles international airport, and chicago o’hare urday (jan. 28) in opposition to trump’s latest controversial move.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive ordersome 13,000 people are reportedly protesting at jfk, where a dozen refugees were detained. hameed khalid darweesh, 53-year-old iraqi man who worked as a u.s. army translator, was among the detainees. darweesh was eventually released, after being held for four hours.approximately 18 people were detained at o’hare airport, including an iranian-born green card holder along with his wife






u.s. judge bars deportations under president trump travel ban


trump travel ban protestsgenna martin / seattlepi.comseattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. seattle city councilwoman and socialist activist kshama sawant raises a fist over the crowd as more than 1,000 people gather at seattle-tacoma international airport to protest president trump's order that restricts immigration to the u.s. on jan. 28, 2017, in seattle. (genna martin / seattlepi.com)






protesters gather at jfk airport to shout down trump’s ‘unjust’ immigrant detent


on urday afternoon, a protest at new york city’s john f. kennedy airport (jfk) against pres. donald trump’s draconian immigration policies swelled and gathered steam as democratic politicians spoke and the crowd chanted “let them in!” about immigrants being detained under the new policies.“mr. president, look around, this is america,” said u.s. rep. nydia velzquez (d-ny) during a press conference. “what you’ve done is shameful. these are americans.”trump’s ban on arriving refugees and even green card holders from certain countries is going to sow “confusion,” velzquez said, “not just among working families in america, but also, it’s creating confusion with the people who are working in homeland security. this executive order is arbitrary. it doesn’t provide real guidelines and it’s unjust.






us immigration order: families split as trump ban enforced


29 january 2017 last updated at 10:27 gmt "it is terrifying how everything has changed", an iranian woman said, as she waited for her husband at logan airport.






'i am dying in iraq, please': trump's ban dashes hope for many asylum-seekers


trump refugeescraig ruttle / approtesters emble at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, urday, jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country. on friday, jan. 27, president donald trump signed an executive order suspending all immigration from countries with terrorism concerns for 90 days. protesters emble at john f. kennedy international airport in new york, urday, jan. 28, 2017 after two iraqi refugees were detained while trying to enter the country. on friday, jan. 27, president donald trump signed an executive order suspending all immigration from countries with terrorism concerns for 90 days. (craig ruttle / ap)






protesters gather at minneapolis-st. paul airport in wake of refugee ban


about 100 people gathered urday evening at the minneapolis-st. paul international airport to protest president donald trump’s crackdown on refugee admissions to the united states.the protesters gathered near the terminal 1 international arrival gate, carrying signs opposing the executive order, which bars migrants from seven primarily muslim countries.they shouted slogans such as “no hate! no fear! immigrants are welcome here!” the only international flight to arrive during the hourlong demonstration was from cancun, mexico. arriving travelers appeared confused by the activity, but some raised their thumbs in support.there were no known detainments of anyone coming into the minneapolis-st. paul airport urday.the rally was one of several airport protests nationwide, including a daylong demo






'no hate, no fear, refugees are welcome here'


28 january 2017 last updated at 21:02 gmt protesters are gathering at new york's john f kennedy airport to demand the release of refugees who are being detained there.