Customs and border protection were "trying to figure out what to do" when Nisrin Elamin arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Friday night, hours after President Donald Trump signed an executive order.
As critics protested President Trump’s executive order on refugees over the weekend, and administration officials claimed the policy was being implemented smoothly, the White House charged that the criticism was based on too few people looking at the actual order.
By PBS NewsHour
The U.S. admitted 12,500 Syrian refugees in 2016, but President Donald Trump’s executive order Friday indefinitely bans any more from entering the U.S. NewsHour Weekend Correspondent Megan Thompson reports on how the Trump administration's policy has left some refugees already…
By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
TORONTO -- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a message for refugees rejected by U.S. President Donald Trump: Canada will take you.
By Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Trump's order has ushered in a period of limbo for an unknown number of non-American citizens that are now barred from the U.S.
By Karin Laub, Associated Press
In an executive order Friday, Trump suspended all refugee admissions to the U.S. for four months and banned the entry of Syrian refugees indefinitely.
By Adam Schreck, Associated Press
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Many citizens of Muslim-majority countries affected by President Donald Trump’s curbs on travel to the United States say they were hardly surprised the restrictions rank among his first orders of business. The new commander-in-chief had,…
President Trump acted on one of his most polarizing promises, signing an executive action to curb the admission of refugees, including an indefinite ban on accepting refugees from war-torn Syria. Lisa Desjardins offers a roundup of news from the White…
By Larisa Epatko
Following through on a key campaign promise, Trump signs order to freeze and review refugee process -- and ban the entry of all Syrians indefinitely.
By Larisa Epatko
When a boat packed with migrants went adrift in the Mediterranean Sea, bobbing uselessly off the coast of Libya earlier this month, a team of Spanish lifeguards knew just what to do.
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