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Most Americans Don't Think Trump's 'Travel Ban' Is Anti-Muslim

George Conway, the husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway and one-time top contender of a key Justice Department job, took to Twitter Monday to criticize President Donald Trump for his morning travel ban tweets . "It's not a travel ban ", Press Secretary Sean Spicer said at the end of January. "The executive order therefore is emphatically not a 'Muslim ban, '" Keller wrote.


Qatari FM to visit Russian Federation amid Gulf row

Qatari FM to visit Russian Federation amid Gulf row

Accusing the Qatari government of being in "denial", Anwar Gargash, UAE state minister for foreign affairs, said: "This is not about regime change - this is about change of policy, change of approach". Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Qatar and other Arab countries should overcome these differences at the negotiating table. On Tuesday, Al-Sabah was heading to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, on a "fraternal visit" to mediate in the crisis, according to the news agency.



Confidence in Qatar's state finances has been shaken by its diplomatic row

The U.A.E. -owned Etihad and Emirates airlines said expatriates residing in Qatar and in possession of Qatari residency will not be eligible for an Emirati visa on arrival. Not only has Qatar been pivotal to US military operations in the region, there is also no upside to taking sides in the current crisis. "We are certain this crisis will not last for long", he said.


Nursery worker stabbed in east London by women chanting 'Allah'

Nursery worker stabbed in east London by women chanting 'Allah'

Police are treating an knife attack in Wanstead, where a nursery worker was jumped by three women, as a hate crime. " She's okay, considering ", the colleague said. Paul Ashmore, a 31 year old from South Woodford mixing and mastering engineer in South Woodford, said his fiancee and child were both caught up in a lockdown .


His father quiet, Donald Trump Jr

His father quiet, Donald Trump Jr

When asked about keeping documents on those meetings, Comey told the Senate committee he did so because he had a "gut feeling" that one day he may need to defend himself and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. During his testimony, Comey was highly complimentary of Robert Mueller, the former FBI director who was appointed by the Justice Department as special counsel overseeing the Russian Federation investigation following Comey's dismissal.