Trump Administration Drops Chad from Travel Ban List

HeadlineApr 13, 2018

The Trump administration has removed Chad from its travel ban, after declaring that the Central African country’s government is sharing intelligence about people it’s labeled “suspected terrorists.” Chad’s removal leaves a travel ban in place for citizens from seven other countries, including Somalia, Libya, Iran, Syria, Yemen, North Korea and Venezuela. The Supreme Court is scheduled to hear a challenge to the travel ban this spring, with a decision expected in June.

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