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>> A US appeals court let part of President Donald Trump's travel ban go into effect on Monday. The move bans people from Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen, Somalia, and Chad who do not have US connections, meaning family and formal documented relationships. The third most recent version of Trump's ban still targets several Muslim majority countries, as well as North Korea and Venezuela, but has been restricted by the courts.
Next month, the Ninth Circuit in California is set to hear oral arguments on the newest version. And in Virginia, an appeal is scheduled to be heard after a Maryland judge partially blocked the ban last month.