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We accept many different kinds of announcements. Just click on the link below and submit a form. William Mathis Visa holders rush to board flights to US amid reprieve Ammar Alnajjar, left, shakes hands with his cousin, Fahd Alfakih, after coming into New York's JFK International Airport on a flight from Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017. The government on Saturday suspended enforcement of President Donald Trump's refugee and immigration ban, enabling Alnajjar to return from Turkey where he was visiting his wife. (AP Photo/William Mathis) Schalk van Zuydam Visa holders rush to board flights to US amid reprieve FILE - In this Thursday, Aug. 4, 2011 file photo, refugees walk amongst huts at a refugee camp in Dadaab, Kenya. About 140 Somali refugees whose resettlement in the United States this week was stopped by President Donald Trump's executive order have been sent back to Dadaab refugee camp in northern Kenya, one of the refugees said Saturday, Feb. 4, 2017.
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Advocates werent taking any chances, telling people who could travel to get on the earliest flights they could find after the week-old ban was blocked Friday by U.S. District Judge James Robart in Seattle. Were telling them to get on the quickest flight ASAP, said Rula Aoun, director of the Arab American Civil Rights League in Dearborn, Michigan. Her group sued in federal court in Detroit, challenging Trumps executive order as unconstitutional. Protesters sought to keep up the pressure, gathering in Denver and other U.S. cities to demonstrate against the ban. Meanwhile, legal advocates waited at airports in case anything went wrong with new arrivals. Renee Paradis was among 20-25 volunteer lawyers and interpreters who stationed themselves inside John F. Kennedys Terminal 4 in New York in case anyone needed help. They were carrying handmade signs in Arabic and Farsi that say were lawyers, were here to help. Were not from the government, Paradis said.
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Both are increasingly reliant upon close ties with Washington but are uncertain about just where the Trump Administration is heading. Mr Netanyahu wants to consolidate the relationship with Mrs May - who leads one of the more pro-Israeli governments in the EU. He also wants her support in standing up to Iran's rising influence in the Middle East. Mrs May will stress Britain's opposition to Israeli settlement construction and her continuing support for the Iran nuclear deal. But beyond that there is room for stronger ties, not least in the economic area where Israel's championing of high-tech industry is seen as a positive model to emulate. Before Mr Netanyahu's arrival, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said: "Theresa May must make clear to the Israeli prime minister that the British government will stand unequivocally behind the rights of the Palestinian people, along with the many who support them in Israel, as well as human rights and justice across the region." Mrs May's spokeswoman said the prime minister was reiterating "our long-standing position to make clear that we see the continued increase in settlement activity undermining trust". The UK would continue to push for "a twin-track approach" to the Middle East peace process which also recognised Israel's right to be safe from terrorism, she added. Image copyright AFP Image caption Benjamin Netanyahu arrived a couple of minutes early in Downing flights to paris france Street The US has imposed sanctions on Iran following the testing of a missile - reportedly a medium-range ballistic missile - last month. The UK was one of the signatories to the 2015 international agreement by which Iran agreed to curb its nuclear programme in return for the lifting of economic penalties. At the start of his meeting with Mrs May, Mr Netanyahu said: "Iran seeks to annihilate Israel. It seeks to conquer the Middle East.