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Obama rejects faith-based discrimination amid travel ban uproar
Former US president Barack Obama expressed his objections Monday to any faith-based discrimination, in an apparent dig at his successor Donald Trump’s ban on nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries entering the country. “With regard to comparisons to president Obama’s foreign policy decisions,...
US business leaders speak out against Trump  
US business leaders speak out against Trump
WASHINGTON: Big US-based companies are joining the chorus of criticism against President Donald Trump over his orders to impose ban on refugees and immigrants from certain Muslim countries. Tech companies, including Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon, blasted Trump’s edict, which bars refugees from...
 
Trump travel ban galvanizes young lawyers into action  
Trump travel ban galvanizes young lawyers into action
New York: Lawyers armed with laptops, smartphones and legal papers have since Saturday transformed an airport diner into a headquarters of resistance to Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban. They have worked around the clock from the space of 20 odd tables at the restaurant in the arrivals hall ...
 
Trump fires chief US lawyer for defying migrant ban  
Trump fires chief US lawyer for defying migrant ban
Washington: US President Donald Trump on Monday fired the acting attorney general, a holdover from the Obama administration, after she ordered Justice Department attorneys not to defend his controversial immigration orders. In a sharply worded statement, the White House called Sally Yates “weak on ...
 
Elder Bush released from Texas hospital  
Elder Bush released from Texas hospital
CHICAGO: Former US president George H.W. Bush was released from the hospital on Monday after spending approximately two weeks recovering from pneumonia, including a stint in intensive care, his spokesman said. The 41st president, age 92, was taken to Houston Methodist Hospital on January 14 sufferi...
 
Turkey puts Gulen, 269 others on trial over coup bid  
Turkey puts Gulen, 269 others on trial over coup bid
ANKARA: Turkey on Monday opened the biggest trial yet over the failed July coup aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, trying 270 suspects including, in absentia, the alleged mastermind Fethullah Gulen. The suspects, 152 of whom are in pre-trial detention, include ex high-ranking military...
 
Trump travel ban illegal, ‘mean-spirited’: UN rights chief  
Trump travel ban illegal, ‘mean-spirited’: UN rights chief
US President Donald Trump’s travel ban on citizens from mainly Muslim countries is illegal and “mean-spirited”, the United Nations human rights chief Zeid bin Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein said on Monday. Zeid, who rarely communicates on Twitter, said in a tweet that “discrimination on nationality alone i...
 
OIC warns Trump’s travel ban emboldens extremists  
OIC warns Trump’s travel ban emboldens extremists
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation warned on Monday that the travel ban imposed by US President Donald Trump would strengthen the position of extremists worldwide. “Such selective and discriminatory acts will only serve to embolden the radical narratives of extremists and will provide further ...
 
Starbucks, Airbnb pledge support for migrants after Trump ban  
Starbucks, Airbnb pledge support for migrants after Trump ban
NEW YORK: US President Donald Trump’s border clampdown has stirred Starbucks and Airbnb to help those affected by the temporary immigration ban — pledging to hire more refugees and provide accommodation. Trump’s measures suspend the arrival of all refugees for at least 120 days, Syrian refugees ind...
 
Deadly civilian shootings: from Peshawar to Quebec  
Deadly civilian shootings: from Peshawar to Quebec
QUEBEC CITY: Gunmen killed at least six people and injured eight more when they opened fire in a mosque in Quebec City, Canada on Sunday night. Here are some of the major attacks perpetrated by gunmen against civilians around the world over the last two years. – Pakistan school raid – December 16,...
 
Avalanches kill at least 7 in Tajikistan  
Avalanches kill at least 7 in Tajikistan
DUSHANBE: Authorities in Tajikistan said Monday that at least seven people were killed in a series of avalanches that hit the mountainous Central Asian country over the weekend. Avalanches killed at least five people on a highway linking the capital Dushanbe with Khujand, Tajikistan’s second larges...
 
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