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Somalis hurry back to the US amid travel ban worries

By AlJazeera
06 February 2017   |   2:12 am
Dozens of Somali US visa holders, as well as Green Card holders and those travelling on temporary US travel documents, are in frantic efforts trying to get back to the United States before President Donald Trump’s immigration ban is reinstated.

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