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Merkel ‘explains’ refugee convention to Trump in phone call

German chancellor speaks to president amid international anger over US ban on people from seven Muslim countries

Donald Trump with Angela Mar. Germany

Donald Trump speaks to Angela Merkel on the phone in the Oval Office on Saturday.
Donald Trump speaks to Angela Merkel on the phone in the Oval Office on Saturday. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

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Donald Trump’s executive order to halt travel from seven Muslim-majority countries – Iraq, Syria, Iran, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia – has provoked a wave of concern and condemnation from international leaders and politicians.

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Donald Trump stands firm as senior Republicans criticise travel ban

By Philip Whiteside, News ReporterDonald Trump

TThe President’s team defends an executive order that has left hundreds in limbo, amid a growing international furore

Senior Republicans have criticised Donald Trump’s executive order banning people from seven Muslim countries from coming to the US.

Senator John McCain said the President’s order has been “confusing” and raised a number of questions.

He said the order, which has led to hundreds of people being detained at airports around the world and unable to fly, could give Islamic State propaganda material.

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Trump executive order: White House stands firm over refugee crackdown

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Media captionProtesters shouted “let them in” at demonstrations at New York’s JFK Airport

The Trump administration is standing firm over its ban on refugees from seven countries despite court rulings and mass protests against the move.
Mr Trump tweeted the US needed “extreme vetting, NOW”. His chief of staff said only 109 people, out of 325,000 travelling, had been detained.
A number of judges ruled on the issue – one federal judge temporarily halted the deportation of visa holders.

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