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New travel ban helps U.S.-Iraq relations but still stings elsewhere

Iraqi troops advance in western Mosul on Feb. 24

WHEN PRESIDENT TRUMP ORDERED a ban on immigration from seven predominantly Muslim nations on Jan. 27, ostensibly to defend the U.S. from terrorism, global uproar ensued. Rights advocates, foreign governments and many U.S. citizens denounced a move that seemed to single out those of Muslim faith. On March 6, Trump signed a revised version of that Executive Order, designed to withstand the legal challenges that prompted a federal court to block the implementation of the initial ban. Now

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