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Both sides grilled as US appeals court probes Trump travel ban
An American appeals court ended Tuesday’s session saying it would rule as soon as possible on whether President Trump’s travel ban on refugees and nationals of some mostly-Muslim countries should be…
Trump's on-off travel ban faces next step in legal battle
Later on Tuesday, an appeals court in San Francisco will be deciding whether or not to allow the travel ban.
Londoners oppose Trump travel ban
Cities across the UK joined a global movement in oppostion to Donald Trump and a travel ban he tried to impose last week
US Appeals Court refuses to reinstate the Trump travel ban
Nonetheless, Donald Trump is predicting the US Justice Department will win the appeal it has filed against a judge's order lifting a travel ban he had imposed on citizens of seven mainly-Muslim countr
Trump administration appeals travel ban suspension
As the Trump administration appeals the suspension of its controversial travel ban, those affected by the restrictions are using their window of opportunity to get into the United…
US travel ban: valid visa holders to be allowed entry - government spokeswoman
Airlines resume flights for US visa holders. President Trump labels court ruling to block his travel ban 'ridiculous', says it 'will be overturned.'
Trump's travel ban temporarily blocked by Seattle judge
A US judge has issued a temporary nationwide block on Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban.
The Brief from Brussels: Mogherini underlines EU opposition to Trump travel ban
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the top stories from Europe’s de-facto political capital.
UN chief on Trump bans: they should be removed sooner rather than later
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees has also called on the world to "show solidarity" with Syrian refugees
EU foreign policy chief criticises Trump travel ban, Farage trolled
The EU’s foreign policy chief has underlined opposition to Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, saying no-one should be deprived of their fundamental rights.
Banned from the US
With the stroke of a pen, thousands of lives are now in administrative limbo since Donald Trump imposed a US immigration and travel order.
Stand-in US Attorney General vows to enforce Trump travel ban
After Sally Yates was sacked as the US Federal government’s top lawyer by Donald Trump, her temporary replacement has told his staff to obey the president’s…
Trump fires government's top lawyer after she defied him on travel ban
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EU-Turkey relations tense ahead of membership progress report
The EU has called on Turkey to restart political dialogue with opposition groups and protect its democracy, and described recent developments as ‘extremely…
Brexit ripples: hate crimes, anxiety and passport-hunting
Leaving the UK, applying for naturalisation, seeking an EU passport: some options weighed by British and foreign Europe-lovers after the Brexit vote.
Brexit: EU visa scheme could see Britons paying to visit Europe
Post Brexit, Britons may have to apply online and pay a fee in order to visit the EU.
Holidaymakers stranded by delays and cancellations at Barcelona airport
The big summer holiday getaway has literally failed to get off the ground for thousands of people at Barcelona airport.
EU agrees 'emergency brake'on visa-free travel within Schengen zone
EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
EU visa-free travel for Turks on hold as Turkey refuses to budge on anti-terror law
A deal on visa-free travel for Turks within Europe was looking less likely on Wednesday. The visa-free deal is supposed to be in place by the end of
EU Commission to call for visa-free travel for Turks
It is a long-cherished Turkish desire and today the European Commission, in the teeth of opposition from several EU member states, is expected to
Belgium says Europeans not welcome if they don't take on work
A European working in another EU country keeps their benefits, right? And if you fall ill in your country of work, EU law says you are entitled to stay and claim benefits, right? Think again. Some EU
Saving Schengen: Denmark, Sweden and Germany in emergency border talks
Officials from Denmark, Sweden and Germany have been at emergency talks in Brussels – amid mounting concerns over new border controls. It comes after
Israel prepares to repel boarders as 'Freedom Flotilla 3' tries to run Gaza blockade
Another potential public relations disaster may heading Israel’s way. While it looks unlikely to be a repeat of the deadly 2010 confrontation that
New hand luggage guidelines explained
A number of global airlines are set to standardise the size of all carry-on hand luggage we take onboard aircraft, meaning smaller bags than many of
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Europe's open border dilemma; is Schengen a success?
Europe’s Schengen zone celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. It allows citizens of 26 European Union countries to travel and go through
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What you need to know about opening a bank account abroad
The challenges of opening a bank account in another country are explored in this edition of Utalk. The question comes from Alexandra in Prague: “