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Trump administration planning to add seven countries to travel ban list: reports

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The Trump administration is planning to add seven countries - Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sudan and Tanzania - to its controversial travel ban list, according to media reports on Tuesday.
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Published on January 22, 2020 -  01:08
Trump Says 'A Few Countries' Will Be Added to Travel Ban
Trump Says 'A Few Countries' Will Be Added to Travel Ban President Donald Trump made the comments about the controversial travel ban in Davos, Switzerland. The president is attending the World Economic Forum. President Trump, via NPR News Politico reports the administration is considering adding seven more countries to the ban. Nigeria, Sudan, Belarus, Eritrea, Kyrgyzstan, Tanzania and Myanmar are reported to be the countries in consideration. The third version of Presidential Proclamation 9645 was upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court. The travel ban bars almost all immigrants or travelers from Iran, Syria, Somalia, Yemen, Libya, Venezuela and North Korea. Five of the seven countries named in the travel ban are Muslim-majority nations.

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