A US federal appeals court has refused to reinstate Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban, dealing a fresh blow to the American president’s bid to ban Muslims from several countries. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said in the 10-3 ruling on Thursday it “remained unconvinced” that the part of the travel ban […]
You’ve booked your vacation rental, scheduled transportation and made a plan for the pets – now comes the toughest part: deciding what to pack! We all know that our first instinct can be to bring our entire closet, but realistically who wants to lug around all those bags (or pay those baggage fees)?
Over a thousand people from various faiths declared ‘I am a Muslim too’ as they assembled at the iconic Times Square here to express solidarity with the Muslim community and protest against US President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
Less than one-third of Americans believe US President Donald Trump’s travel ban targeting seven Muslim-majority countries makes them “more safe,” a new poll shows.
Veterans of the World War II and diplomatic officials from nine different countries arrived in the Russian northern port city of Arkhangelsk to mark the 75th anniversary of the first Arctic Convoy, which delivered essential supplies to the USSR during the war. Arctic Convoys was one of the toughest and most courageous WWII missions, involving […]
Jim W. Dean – I fear that bringing the visa regime dispute to a head is just step one of a number that Erdogan is getting ready to take, major changes ones, which are all dangerous.
Jim W. Dean – Erdogan is looking to dump millions of Turks into the EU, both Kurdish refugees he plans to manufacture in great numbers, certainly a part of its criminal population, and then out of work Turks from the Russian sanctions.
Jim W. Dean – The gloves are off. Turkey says “no” to EU demands to update its counter-terrorism law as one of the visa-free regime requirements. Erdogan raises his bet by 2 million refugees.
Jim W. Dean – When the EU cannot even process refugees, one wonders how they are going to keep track of the millions of Turkish refugees who will now flood into Europe with their new visas. Where will the resources come from?