The US State Department has lifted a ban on travelers from seven countries entering the US after a federal judge temporarily blocked the executive order made by President Donald Trump. The State Department said Feb. 4 that it has reversed the revocation of visas that was contained in the controversial 90-day travel ban that applied to all citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. The executive order was issued Jan. 27 and has prompted widespread condemnation and ...

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