Sunday, February 5, 2017
Trump and James Robart
The US authorities have rolled back a controversial travel ban on people from seven mainly Muslim countries after a judge suspended it.
The state department said it was reversing the cancellations of visas, 60,000 of which were revoked after President Donald Trump's order.
Judge James Robart ruled there were legal grounds to challenge the ban.
Mr Trump called the verdict by the Seattle judge "ridiculous" and vowed to restore the ban.
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