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Supreme Court allows Trump’s travel ban to remain for most refugees

2017/09/13 | 14:35

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WAAR-DUHOK: The Supreme Court is allowing the Trump administration to maintain its restrictive policy on refugees.

The justices on Tuesday agreed to an administration request to block a lower court ruling that would have eased the refugee ban and allowed up to 24,000 refugees to enter the country before the end of October.

The order ...

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