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Supreme Court upholds Donald Trump's travel ban partially

Supreme Court upholds Donald Trump's travel ban partially

India Blooms News Service | 27 Jun 2017, 04:18 am
Washington, June 26 (IBNS): The Supreme Court upheld US President Donald Trump's travel ban on at least four countries instead of proposed six on Monday, giving the latter a partial win, according to media reports.

Trump in an executive order on Jan 27, banned seven countries to enter into US which includes Libya, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Yemen, Somalia and Iraq.

However, the order after getting dismissed by the lower court, Trump proposed the second list of banned countries, that excluded Iraq.

On Monday, the SC said at least four countries could be banned by the Trump administration, handing over a partial victory to the US President.

The full case will be heard by the Supreme Court in the month of October.

Image: Official Facebook page of Donald Trump.

Supreme Court upholds Donald Trump's travel ban partially

India Blooms News Service
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