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Trump travel ban: Hawaiian judge says cannot impose it on close relatives

Honolulu, Jul 14 (IBNS): Weakening US President Donald Trump's travel ban, a Hawaiian judge said that it cannot be imposed on close relatives like grandfathers and grandchildren, reports said.

Trump's US travel ban for six Muslim countries begins

Washington, June 30 (IBNS) A supposed "watered down" version of the travel ban on six Muslim countries and a section of refugees by the Donald Trump administration on security grounds finally took effect on Thursday (US time) after litigations in court even as experts said more court battles are in the offing following the implementation of this order.

Trump bats for travel ban, says politically correct term won't protect Americans

Washington, Jun 6 (IBNS): Amidst the increasing terrorist attacks in the holy month of Ramadan by Islamist militants, US President Donald Trump has reiterated his earlier stance of putting a travel embargo on certain 'dangerous countries'.

Trump's revised travel ban likely to target same seven Muslim countries

Washington, Feb 20 (IBNS): US President Donald Trump's revised travel ban order is likely to target immigrants from the same seven Muslim majority countries, according to media reports on Monday.

US: Homeland Security suspends travel ban

Washington, Feb 4 (IBNS): The US government on Saturday complied with the federal judge's order halting the immigration ban moved by President Donald Trump, media reports said.