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United States judge issues emergency partial stay on Trump's "Muslim ban"

Look what is happening all over Europe and, indeed, the world - a frightful mess!' The situation is changing, however, as a federal judge issued an emergency order late last night temporarily barring the U.S. "We are excluding certain countries", Trump said of visa issuances during a Wednesday interview with ABC News. "We are totally prepared to work it out very nicely".

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Honda and GM to co-develop advanced hydrogen fuel cell technology

The two automakers displayed a model of what the next-generation fuel-cell stack will look like, though there will be changes before 2020. The automakers expect production of the fuel cell units to begin around 2020 and create almost 100 new jobs.

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Mexico opposition leader urges U.N. lawsuit over Trump wall

US President Donald Trump revealed yesterday he plans to make Mexico pay for his hated border wall through an import tariff. Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto and his us counterpart Donald Trump on Friday agreed to keep a bitter and ongoing dispute over a border wall project out of the public realm, the office of the presidency said .

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Trump planning stronger U.S. effort against Islamic State

Service leaders have emphasized how defense budget reductions have forced them to fund current readiness at the expense of other priorities, including modernization. "We will honour them not only with our words, but with our actions, and that's what we're doing today", said Trump flanked by Defence Secretary Gen (rtd) James Mattis and the Vice President Mike Pence.

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United States raid kills 40 in southern Yemen

The raid would the first since President Donald Trump took office on 20 January. The U.S. has been striking al-Qaida in Yemen from the air for more than 15 years, mostly using drones, and Sunday's surprise pre-dawn raid could signal a new escalation against extremist groups in the Arab world's poorest but strategically located country.

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Health care, wages key for Trump supporters

In an interview with ABC News' David Muir that was broadcast Wednesday night, Trump said the Affordable Care Act , the healthcare law better known as Obamacare, was a disaster - a line Trump has used before and after his election. But the 18 million Americans who gained coverage under the ACA - thereby bringing the US uninsured rate to historic lows - far outnumber the people Trump is referencing.