U.S. President Donald Trump has signed a revised travel ban on citizens from majority-Muslim countries in the Middle East and Africa. He had signed the first such decree at the end of January, which then failed in the courts of justice. The revised ban now allows Iraqi citizens and green card holders and dual nationals from the remaining six countries, to which the ban still applies, to enter the U.S. New immigrants and refugees from those countries, which Trump deems dangerous, are still barred for at least 90 days.
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