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Last week, U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan in the nation's capital said she's "inclined to agree" that the travel ban is unlawful, but held off on a request to block it because of the pending appeals court cases. The federal appellate judges are considering rulings by two federal judges against the travel ban. In 1952, with the nation fearful of communist infiltration, Congress gave the president the authority under the Immigration and Nationality Act to take action: "Whenever the ...
  • Durban Secures Indaba For Next Five Years

    Durban Secures Indaba For Next Five Years

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    It's everyone's business to grow it", he said. He said in order to achieve this, South Africa would be aggressively promoting its new five-in-five tourism growth strategy. He added that the government was happy that South Africa had experienced a 13% increase in global visitors to Africa. "It is indeed most encouraging that more and more world travellers are discovering our continent".
  • 25 families displaced after apartment fire, captain says

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    A newspaper outside the building was found burning at about 4 a.m., the fire marshal's office said. Crews worked to keep the fire from spreading, but some third floor apartments suffered smoke damage. Six fire departments responded to the fire on the second floor. The American Red Cross says volunteers are helping seven adults and six children with financial assistance for food, clothing and lodging.
  • Trump defends 'absolute right' to share 'facts' with Russian Federation

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    The national security advisor, H.R. McMaster, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson both said the president did not disclose intelligence "sources" or "methods" during the exchange, and on Tuesday, the president tweeted that he had the authority as president to share "facts pertaining to terrorism" and airline safety with Russian Federation.
  • As Erdogan Visits Trump, Much Friction Between US And Turkey

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    Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) also confirmed the affiliation between the PKK and the PYD/YPG terror groups. Long before Trump took office, US presidents have grappled with the fragility of partnering with Turkey's government and the Kurds to carry out a Middle East agenda.
  • Military unrest, gunfire paralyze city areas in Ivory Coast

    Military unrest, gunfire paralyze city areas in Ivory Coast

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    This is why many Abidjan residents have stayed at home, fearful of getting caught in any gunfire. This is the latest eruption of violence by former rebels now integrated in the army who helped propel Ivorian President Alassane Ouattara to power in 2011 after disputed elections and a civil war.
  • Park board approves bylaw banning whales, dolphins at Vancouver Aquarium

    Park board approves bylaw banning whales, dolphins at Vancouver Aquarium

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    Nightingale says the ban won't kill the Aquarium, but would definitely have an economic impact, leaving the non-profit facility "diminished" in its capabilities. The park board received thousands of correspondence on the topic following a plea by the aquarium that their fans speak up. Three cetaceans now living at the aquarium - a false killer whale, harbour porpoise and white-sided dolphin - have been grandfathered in and will remain on display, but all shows or performances involving the ...
  • Senators search for compromise over House's drastic Medicaid changes

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    Two-thirds of seniors who depend on Medicaid are women. It also converts Medicaid from an entitlement program (meaning that the federal government will provide benefits to anyone who qualifies for the program) to a grant program (meaning that the federal government will pay states a certain amount and the states will then pass that money on to enrollees).
  • President Trump defends 'absolute right' to share intel with Russian officials

    President Trump defends 'absolute right' to share intel with Russian officials

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    A European security official said sharing sensitive information could dampen the trust between the United States and its intelligence sharing partners. The reports came several days after the White House faced criticism for a possible security breach after it allowed a Russian news service photographer into the Oval Office to snap photos of Trump with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak last week.