Trump travel ban given partial green light from Supreme Court

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The United States Supreme Court has partially accepted Donald Trump’s travel ban for six Muslim majority nations: Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, Sudan and Yemen

The Supreme Court has agreed to review the President Trump’s proposed travel ban this October and in the meantime has imposed a 90-day total travel ban and a 120 day halt to refugee resettlement from the six countries

But are the new changes as big a victory as the US President is touting?

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Tuesday, June 27 2017
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Featured in storyAdjunct Professor of constitutional law, Notre Damn University, Augusto ZimmermannSenior lecturer government and international relations, Sydney University Dr. Anna BoucherPresident of the Iranian Australian Community, Siamak Ghareman

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