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'united states is responsible for united states policy on refugees'


theresa may has declined to condemn president donald trump's ban on entry to the us for nationals of seven muslim-majority countries.speaking at a joint press conference in ankara with turkish benali yildirim she said: "the united states is responsible for united states policy on refugees. the uk is responsible for uk policy on refugees."






have you or someone you know been affected by president trump’s order on immigra


president donald trump’s executive order on immigration quickly reverberated through the united states and across the globe urday. have you or someone you know had any trouble when trying to enter the country through sea-tac airport or other washington entry points?please email [email protected] and provide your full name and phone number so we can get in contact with you.trump’s order, enacted with the stroke of a pen friday afternoon, suspended entry of all refugees to the united states for 120 days, barred syrian refugees indefinitely, and blocked entry into the united states for 90 days for citizens of seven predominantly muslim countries: iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.






nikki haley arrives at u.n., vowing to take names of opposing nations


united nations—the new u.s. amb ador to the united nations, nikki haley , arrived on friday with a posture and message that startled many u.n. officials and diplomats and signaled a shift of policy: the u.s., she said, would collect names and respond to countries opposing american interests, and would “do away” with u.n. programs it deems obsolete.“for those who don’t have our back, we’re taking names—we will make points to...






homeland security says it’s closely monitoring litigation over trump order


the department of homeland security said on urday it was carefully monitoring litigation to do with u.s. president donald trump’s executive order affecting seven muslim-majority countries but had not yet seen a copy of the emergency stay issued by a u.s. federal court.a senior homeland security official said of roughly 375 travelers affected by the order, 109 were in transit to the united states and denied entry into the country. another 173 people were stopped by airlines from boarding an aircraft to the united states, said the official.(reporting by lesley wroughton; editing by nick zieminski)






watch mia love bring people to tears at the march for life


'every time we kill a child through abortion, we kill our potential. . . every time we kill a child, we, all of us suffer. we lose a little of ourselves and a whole lot of our future.'at the 44th annual march for life in washington dc, rep. mia love (r-utah) brought many to tears with an emotional speech.love opened by speaking about a couple who immigrated to the united states from haiti and were forced to leave two of their children behind. while they were making their way to the united states, the couple found out they were pregnant and considered abortion.“forty-one years ago, that couple could have made the choice to abort, but they didn’t. they chose life,” she said, referring to herself. “i’m certain that this couple would never have thought that that child would become the first fe






trump visa ban blocking visitors to us will be applied to those with dual nation


as if the late friday executive action by president donald trump hasn’t already caused m ive problems with green card holders and visitors to the united states, the state department is in the process of issuing an advisory saying the visa ban will also be applied to those who claim nationality in two countries.according to the wall street journal, the state department is set to extend friday’s immigration and travel lockdown to other visitors coming and going from the u.s.according to the statement, the 90-day ban imposed by the president’s executive action extends beyond citizens of iraq, iran, somalia, sudan, syria, libya and yemen.should a visitor who hails from one of those countries, but travels on a p port from another country, attempt to leave of visit the u.s., they could find them






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






immigration ban sows panic, anguish and confusion at airports around the globe


read the full presidential executive order blocking refugees from coming to the u.s.the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...






official: green card holders also banned from entering u.s.; airlines start turn


read the full presidential executive order blocking refugees from coming to the u.s.the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...the white houseoffice of the press secretaryfor immediate release                         january 27, 2017 executive order - - - - - - - protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states       by the authority vested in me as president by the constitution and laws of the...






syrian families bound for allentown turned back under trump order


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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






man u to bring on full-time counter-terrorism officer


as the world remains ever vigilant trying to protect itself from terrorism, one team is taking it a step further to protect the club and its fans.manchester united is believed to be the first team in the united kingdom to hire a full-time counter-terrorism officer. the hiring was announced at a recent fan forum, and the pa sport is reporting that the person filling the position is a former inspector from the specialist search unit at greater manchester police.this move comes in response to incidents within the past year that have had people around old trafford on high alert. they saw their last match of the 2015-16 season postponed due to a fake bomb, and as recently as november, a couple of people from a tour group tried to ditch the group and stay overnight to go to the arsenal match the






oscar-nominated director can’t attend ceremony due to trump ban: iranian group


the director tof an iranian film that is nominated for an oscar will not be able to attend the ceremony due to president donald trump’s executive order signed of friday night.according to a tweet from trita parsi, the president of the national iranian american council (niac), director asghar farhadi is no longer allowed to enter the united states to see his film, the salesman” honored.“confirmed: iran’s asghar farhadi won’t be let into the us to attend oscar’s. he’s nominated for best foreign language film… #muslimban,” parsi wrote on twitter.farhardi previously won the best foreign film award for 2012’s critically aclaimed “a separation.”muslim-majority iran was on the list of countries trump included of his list limiting entry into the united states, along with banning refugees from syri






premier league sides hull, watford upset in fa cup


manchester, england — hull striker abel hernandez had two penalties saved in the space of a minute, a final embarr ment for the premier league team in its humiliating 4-1 loss to second-tier fulham in the fa cup fourth round on sunday.hull was already heading out of the competition when hernandez's first spot kick in the 87th minute was saved by marcus bettinelli, who then tripped hernandez as the uruguay international pounced on the rebound. bettinelli went the right way to deny hernandez off the second penalty attempt, too.it was hull's second cup exit in the space of four days, with marco silva's side having been eliminated by manchester united at the semifinal stage of the league cup despite a 2-1 win in the second leg on thursday.in another cup shock, watford was beaten 1-0 by third-t






it's official: john alvbage joins minnesota united fc as probable no. 1 goalkeep


new signing john alvbage dives for the ball at minnesota united fc's practice urday in casa grande, ariz.the inside joke – and secret fear – among minnesota united fc fans has been that maybe the loons’ have created a drastic new style of play for their first major league soccer season where the team will just send out 11 field players and leave the goal completely empty.that’s because it took until the jan. 13 superdraft for united to sign its first goalkeeper, and that fresh-out-of-college pick was and still is injured.those worries, though, can finally be uaged as swedish goalkeeper john alvbage joined united officially sunday and will most likely ume the no. 1 spot in goal this season.but the veteran, who has made more than 400 appearances in his club career as well as a few with the s






airbnb offers free housing to refugees, others in limbo after trump's executive


airbnb, the home-sharing site, has said it will give free housing to refugees and any others not allowed into the united states, presumably as a result of president donald trump's executive order to temporarily ban refugees from the country.brian chesky, the co-founder and ceo of airbnb, tweeted the offer late urday as travelers from several muslim-majority countries were detained or otherwise placed in limbo at airports around the world.airbnb is providing free housing to refugees and anyone not allowed in the u.s.trump on friday signed orders not only to suspend admission of all refugees into the united states for 120 days but also to implement "new vetting measures" to screen out "radical islamic terrorists." refugee entry from syria, however, would be suspended indefinitely, and all tr






french leader chides us populism, urges european unity


lisbon, portugal — french president francois hollande on urday urged europe to present a united front against populist movements which, he said, are being encouraged by political developments in the united states."europe is facing a moment of truth," hollande said. "the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are saying that europe should not take immigrants, shouldn't stay together, not believe in climate change."european union countries should stick to their principles and defend their interests — and stand firm in talks with u.s. president donald trump, hollande said."europe should be true to itself. it should guide itself according to its values, its principles, and its interests," hollande said on the sidelines of an informal m






the latest: france, germany criticize us migrant block


berlin — the latest on european reaction to president donald trump's halt to accepting refugees (all times local):1:15 p.m.the foreign ministers of france and germany are putting on a united front in the face of president donald trump's halt in the u.s. refugee program, with the german minister noting that loving thy neighbor forms part of america's christian traditions.the french minister, jean-marc ayrault, said trump's order "can only worry us."after meeting urday in paris, both ayrault and sigmar gabriel — on his first trip abroad since his appointment friday — said they want to hold talks with rex tillerson, trump's nominee for secretary of state who is still awaiting confirmation.ayrault said: "there are many other issues that worry us. that is why sigmar and i also discussed what we






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






theresa may fails to condemn donald trump on refugees


image copyrightgetty imagesprime minister theresa may has refused to condemn president donald trump's ban on refugees entering the united states.the prime minister was repeatedly pressed on the issue during a news conference on her trip to turkey.mrs may initially avoided answering and then said it was up to the us to decide its own policy.mr trump has banned the entry of syrian refugees indefinitely, and halted the issuing of visas to six predominantly muslim counties for three months.mrs may told reporters: "the united states is responsible for the united states policy on refugees."the united kingdom is responsible for the united kingdom's policy on refugees and our policy on refugees is to have a number of voluntary schemes to bring syrian refugees into the country, particularly those w






fa cup to have 2 non-league teams in last 16 for 1st time


manchester, england — the fa cup threw up its latest heartwarming story line on sunday when sutton united beat second-tier leeds 1-0 to ensure there would be two non-league teams in the fifth round for the first time.adding a touch more magic on a historic day for the 146-year-old competition was the background of the scorer of the only goal at atmospheric gander green lane.jamie collins works as a builder in his full-time job and here he was getting mobbed by dozens of young sutton fans in a joyful post-match pitch invasion, having converted a 53rd-minute penalty that saw off one of the grandest names in english soccer. sutton, a tiny club from the southwest of london, a nced to the last 16 for the first time.the latest upset e a day after lincoln, another team from outside england's four






anger erupts over trump's order banning refugees from us


london — anger erupted in europe on urday about u.s. president donald trump's ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that "love thy neighbor" is a key part of america's christian traditions. turkey's prime minister insisted that "you cannot settle this issue by building walls."in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump's plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a "great idea."___french president francois hollande"europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are saying that europe should not take immigrants, shouldn't stay t






oscar-nominated iranian director asghar farhadi will not attend the ceremony


protesting president trump's executive order banning syrian refugees and citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries from entering the united states, asghar farhadi, the director of the oscar-winning film from iran, "a separation," and this year's oscar-nominated film "the salesman," has decided that he will not be attending the oscars -- even if he were granted an exception to do so. in a statement to the new york times , farhadi laid out why: i regret to announce via this statement that i have decided to not attend the academy awards ceremony alongside my fellow members of the cinematic community. over the course of the past few days and despite the unjust circumstances which have risen for the immigrants and travelers of several countries to the united states, my decision had






us lawyers for iraqis sue to block trump immigration order


immigration lawyers sued on urday to block president donald trump’s order halting the entry of refugees and foreign nationals from seven predominantly muslim countries to the united states, saying numerous people have already been unlawfully detained.the lawyers from numerous immigration organizations and the american civil liberties union sued in federal court in brooklyn, new york, on behalf of two iraqi men, one a former u.s. government worker and the other the husband of a former u.s. security contractor.the two men had visas to enter the united states but were detained on friday night at new york’s john f. kennedy international airport, hours after trump’s executive order put a four-month hold on allowing refugees into the united states and temporarily barred travelers from syria and






ex-coach 'kit' carson bailed in historical abuse probe


image copyrightkit carsonimage caption michael "kit" carson has worked as a coach and scout for a number of clubs a former football coach and scout arrested as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse in the sport has been freed on bail.michael sean carson, 74, and known as kit, from bridge, was detained on friday on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent ault.he has worked for clubs including peterborough united, bridge united and norwich city.police said a man in his 70s arrested on friday was bailed until 6 march.






ex-coach 'kit' carson bailed in historical abuse probe


image copyrightkit carsonimage caption michael "kit" carson has worked as a coach and scout for a number of clubs a former football coach and scout arrested as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse in the sport has been freed on bail.michael sean carson, 74, and known as kit, from bridge, was detained on friday on suspicion of indecency with children and indecent ault.he has worked for clubs including peterborough united, bridge united and norwich city.police said a man in his 70s arrested on friday was bailed until 6 march.






donald trump's order bars syrian refugees from entering the u.s.


donald trump has remained adamant on closing america’s borders to immigrants and refugees since he began his paign. now, according to cnn, a new executive order signed by the president will put his controversial legislation, mainly concerning muslims, into action.on friday (jan. 27), trump enacted the mandate under the name “protection of the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states.” specifically, he hopes syrian citizens seeking refuge would instead utilize his proposed “safe zones” within their country to relocate amid syria’s internal war.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive orderduring a press conference, trump said the arrival of syrian refugees on american soil “is detrimental to the interests of the united states an






donald trump's order bars syrian refugees from entering the u.s.


donald trump has remained fixated on closing america’s borders to immigrants and refugees since he began his paign. now, according to cnn, a new executive order signed by the president will put his controversial legislation, mainly concerning muslims, into action.on friday (jan. 27), trump enacted the mandate under the name “protection of the nation from foreign terrorist entry into the united states.” specifically, he hopes syrian citizens seeking refuge would instead utilize his proposed “safe zones” within their country to relocate amid syria’s internal war.read: miami-dade mayor revokes “sanctuary city” status after donald trump’s executive orderduring a press conference, trump said the arrival of syrian refugees on american soil “is detrimental to the interests of the united states an






judicial watch’s tom fitton explains why trump may be right about illegal immigr


on tuesday’s breitbart news daily, siriusxm host alex marlow asked judicial watch president tom fitton about a study from the center for immigration studies that revealed that “there could be as many as 43 million non-citizens in the united states right now.” fitton had previously spotlighted this study on twitter as evidence of potential voter fraud issues.“there’s 43 million people who are not citizens and are ineligible to vote, but a good percentage of them do register to vote. and of those that do, some vote,” fitton explained.“most tend to vote democrat. it’s a fact,” he continued. “there’s been a study out of old dominion university that shows it is enough of a vote to sway elections, one way or another. it may have resulted in election, specifically, of al franken to the united sta






uc urges students, faculty covered by trump travel restrictions to stay in u.s.


the university of california on urday advised university community members covered by president trump’s executive order banning travel to the united states from seven muslim-majority countries to stay in this country for now.“we continue to analyze the executive order and its impact on our students, faculty, scholars, employees and other community members,” the uc said in a  message to faculty, staff and students. “at this time, we recommend that uc community members from these seven countries who hold a visa to enter the united states or who are lawful permanent residents do not travel outside of the united states.”in a statement released urday, uc irvine chancellor howard gillman expressed “deep concern for our students, scholars and others who will be personally affected by this order.






'some days we wish we were back under shelling'


28 january 2017 last updated at 17:27 gmt syrian refugees living in jordan have expressed their sadness at president trump's decision to temporarily ban refugees from entering the united states.






march world cup qualifier will be played in san jose


san jose — for the first time since 1997, the bay area will host a world cup final round qualifier when the united states faces honduras at avaya stadium on march 24, it was announced sunday.the match also will be coach bruce arena’s first world cup qualifier since taking over from jurgen klinsmann in november. kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.the match against honduras is a must-win for the united states, which emerged from its first two qualifying matches in this round with no points.“this game is very important, and we’ve chosen an outstanding venue in avaya stadium,” arena said. “we think it’s a place where we will get fantastic support from the u.s. fans in a game that’s critical for our effort to qualify for russia in 2018.”because of high demand and a limited supply of tickets at 18,000-seat






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18 people held at o'hare after trump order, including park ridge man: lawyers


trump order aimed at refugees from muslim countries sparks confusion, outragetribune news servicesconfusion, worry and outrage grew urday as president donald trump's crackdown on refugees and citizens from seven majority-muslim country took effect. airlines blocked people traveling to the united states, legal challenges were underway and doubts abounded about whether the order would make...confusion, worry and outrage grew urday as president donald trump's crackdown on refugees and citizens from seven majority-muslim country took effect. airlines blocked people traveling to the united states, legal challenges were underway and doubts abounded about whether the order would make... (tribune news services)






illinois democrats express 'disbelief' at trump immigration order


federal judge stays deportations after trump's order barring refugees, migrants causes outragejerry mar , emma brown, katherine shavera federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted...a federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted... (jerry mar , emma brown, katherine shaver)






president trump wants to enlist local police in immigration crackdown


federal judge stays deportations after trump's order barring refugees, migrants causes outragejerry mar , emma brown, katherine shavera federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted...a federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted... (jerry mar , emma brown, katherine shaver)






nba reaches out to state department for clarification on trump executive order


federal judge stays deportations after trump's order barring refugees, migrants causes outragejerry mar , emma brown, katherine shavera federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted...a federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted... (jerry mar , emma brown, katherine shaver)






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


federal judge stays deportations after trump's order barring refugees, migrants causes outragejerry mar , emma brown, katherine shavera federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted...a federal judge in new york blocked deportations nationwide late urday of those detained on entry to the united states after an executive order from president donald trump targeted citizens from seven predominantly muslim countries.judge ann donnelly of the u.s. district court in brooklyn granted... (jerry mar , emma brown, katherine shaver)






woman impersonated lawmaker's wife, snuck into gop retreat


at gop retreat, pence backs trump, vowing probe of voting rollsmike debonis, sari horwitzin a private meeting with congressional republicans this week, vice president mike pence vowed that the trump administration would pursue a wide-ranging probe of voting rolls in the united states to examine whether millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election as president donald trump...in a private meeting with congressional republicans this week, vice president mike pence vowed that the trump administration would pursue a wide-ranging probe of voting rolls in the united states to examine whether millions of people voted illegally in the 2016 election as president donald trump... (mike debonis, sari horwitz)






us trade retreat under donald trump |


in his first week in office, us president donald trump has been signing presidential orders and directives. in a matter of days, he has already managed some big changes in us trade policy without the approval of congress.international trade policy is one area where trump is eager to flex his presidential muscle. since 1934, us policy has been geared towards accommodation and internationalism.but trump believes too many imports from foreign countries are bad for us jobs and that has implications for the rest of the world. as such, all it took for trump to exit the trans-pacific partnership (tpp) trade deal was to pick up a pen.the impetus for tpp was about the pivot towards asia - linking economies, from japan to vietnam, more closely to the us. however, trump has no interest in giving coun






federal judge blocks deportations under trump's 'extreme vetting' order for refu


after a day of chaos at airports around the world, a federal judge in brooklyn on urday night stayed deportations under president trump’s executive order barring citizens of some muslim countries from entering the united states. u.s. district judge ann m. donnelly ordered a halt to any removal of refugees or others who hold valid visas to enter the united states—meaning those who have arrived at u.s. airports from the seven predominantly muslim countries named under the president’s executive order can remain, for now. the judge did not rule on the legality of the executive order, nor did she say that others who have not yet arrived in the u.s. can be allowed to proceed. the ruling e in response to a petition filed by the american civil liberties union on behalf of two iraqis detained a






french leader chides us populism, urges european unity


lisbon, portugal — french president francois hollande has urged europe to present a united front against populist movements which, he says, are being encouraged by political developments in the united states.hollande says that europe is facing is facing a moment of truth and must resist calls to deny climate change or bar access to refugees.hollande said urday on the sidelines of an informal meeting with six other eu leaders in lisbon, portugal that european union countries should stick to their principles and defend their interests.he said the eu has to be firm in its talks with u.s. president donald trump.this is a breaking news update. check back soon for further information. ap's earlier story is below.seven southern european leaders are holding a summit to emphasize their commitment t






cnn host fact checks trump backer’s muslim ban lie on air


cnn’s poppy harlow asked trump adviser and former u.s. rep. jack kingston (r-ga) a couple of pointed questions about pres. trump’s ban on muslim refugees and on urday, then fact-checked him live on the air when he tried to fudge his answers. “what data can you point to that justifies that these seven nations have a tie to u.s. terror attacks or a higher incidence of bringing terror to this country?” she asked.“i think maybe the idea that i would say, the evidence is that the countries themselves don’t really have a standard that would preclude enemies of the united states from emigrating here,” kingston said. “these are not countries that are known to love the united states of america.”“so you say these are not countries that love the united states and therefore this is justified,” harlow






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12 nobel laureates, thousands of academics sign protest of trump immigration ord


by susan svrluga, the washington postthousands of leading academics, alarmed by an executive order signed by president donald trump on friday afternoon instituting “extreme vetting” of refugees with a goal of keeping radical islamic terrorists from entering the country, have signed onto a petition denouncing his action.the executive order begins a 30-day ban on allowing people from iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen from entering the united states. it suspends the u.s. refugee admissions program for 120 days.“i’m establishing a new vetting measure to keep radical islamic terrorists out of the united states of america,” trump said when he signed it. “we don’t want them here. we want to make sure we are not admitting into our country the very threats our soldiers are fighting






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






how an iranian fulbright scholar got into the u.s.: 'we found a lawyer who found


perhaps nothing encapsulates the chaos emanating from president trump’s executive order better than what happened with ukrainian airlines flight 232. the regularly scheduled flight to kiev had to turn around on the tarmac at john f. kennedy airport early sunday after a federal judge issued a stay of a deportation order of dozens of foreigners, including a 32-year-old iranian linguist who is a doctoral candidate and former fulbright scholar. with just minutes to spare, vahideh rasekhi -- helped by volunteer lawyers and her smart phone – managed to prevent the flight from taking off. she had arrived urday afternoon, but was blocked from entering the united states by the executive order barring arrivals of citizens of iran, iraq, syria, sudan, somalia and libya. around midnight, she was p






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.






anger erupts over trump’s order banning refugees from us


london (ap) — anger erupted in europe on urday about u.s. president donald trump’s ban on refugees entering the united states.the french president vigorously urged european leaders to present a united front against populism while the german foreign minister noted that “love thy neighbor” is a key part of america’s christian traditions. turkey’s prime minister insisted that “you cannot settle this issue by building walls.”in israel, meanwhile, prime minister benjamin netanyahu greeted trump’s plan to build a wall on the u.s.-mexico border as a “great idea.”___most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.french president francois hollande“europe is facing a moment of truth. the issue is populism. what we are hearing from the u.s. encourages populism and even extremism. they are






theresa may fails to condemn donald trump on refugees


media captiontheresa may: "well, the united states is responsible for the united states policy on refugees"prime minister theresa may has been criticised for refusing to condemn president donald trump's ban on refugees entering the us.asked repeatedly about the issue during a news conference in turkey, mrs may said only that it was up to the us to decide its own policy.mr trump has banned syrian refugees indefinitely and suspended visas for people from six other countries. labour's jeremy corbyn said she should have stood up for british values.mrs may told reporters: "the united states is responsible for the united states' policy on refugees. "the united kingdom is responsible for the united kingdom's policy on refugees and our policy on refugees is to have a number of voluntary schemes to