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Appeals Court Upholds Block on Revised Trump Travel Ban

They questioned whether there was a link between barring of citizens from the six countries identified by the administration and ensuring US security. Omar Jadwat, director of the American Civil Liberties Union's Immigrants' Rights Project, argued the case for the challengers. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals refused to allow the Muslim ban to go into effect.



Supreme Court issues temporary stay on execution

Arthur has had seven executions scheduled over the past 16 years for murdering the husband of the woman with whom he was having an affair. "It's over, are you sure?" Arthur was found guilty of conspiring with his then-lover Judy Wicker to murder her husband Troy so that she could cash in on his life insurance.



Trump, Macron handshake turns into showdown

The handshake with Macron was clearly a mix of two old school businessmen using their "firm handshake", and Trump's physical awkwardness. President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron shared an intense handshake Thursday after meeting for the first time at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in Brussels .


Theresa May to confront Trump over Manchester Arena attack 'evidence' photos leak

Theresa May to confront Trump over Manchester Arena attack 'evidence' photos leak

Trump, who said there is "no relationship we cherish more" than the one with the United Kingdom, declared the leaks "deeply troubling" and said he was asking the Justice Department to lead an investigation into the matter. Meanwhile Greater Manchester Chief Constable Ian Hopkins hit out at the leaks of intelligence by United States agencies to the media, which had caused "distress and upset" to the families of victims of the atrocity.


The Queen Visits Children Injured In Manchester Bombing

The Queen Visits Children Injured In Manchester Bombing

SEARCHES of houses across Manchester have uncovered important items for the investigation into the concert bombing that left 22 people dead, the city's police chief said yesterday. She told a member of staff: "The very bad thing was that everyone was so young". In a statement Elizabeth released on Tuesday, she expressed her sympathy to everyone affected by "this terrible event" and thanked all the emergency services workers for their "professionalism and care".