Biden ends controversial travel ban on majority-Muslim countries

January 22, 2021

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A group of people are shown holding different placards protesting the Trump administration's travel ban with the US Supreme Court building in the distance.

Protesters hold up signs and call out against the US Supreme Court ruling upholding former President Donald Trump's travel ban in Washington, June 2018.

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The Biden administration announced plans to overturn former President Donald Trump’s travel ban on refugees and travelers from many Muslim-majority countries. And, as President Biden and his foreign policy team get to work, one country presents some big challenges: China. Also, the rumor mill heated up on Thursday after a London newspaper reported the Summer Olympics would be called off. But officials with the International Olympic Committee say that the games are on schedule.

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