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Travellers who may be affected by the revised US travel ban can seek free help from a group of volunteer lawyers who have launched an online portal to help protect immigrants and refugees.
BERLIN/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel told Turkey to stop invoking Berlin's Nazi past in criticising cancellations of Turkish ministers' rallies in Germany, and said she would do everything possible to keep Turkish domestic conflicts from spilling onto German soil.
BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Global cruise giants Carnival Corp and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd will cancel South Korean port visits from their China-based cruises after Seoul deployed a U.S. missile defence system, raising tensions between the two countries.
LONDON (Reuters) - Argentina are close to resolving a row that could have seen the former world champions suspended, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said on Thursday.
ZURICH (Reuters) - Neutral Switzerland risks getting swept up in Turkey's political row with European countries as Swiss authorities weigh how to handle Turks' requests for asylum and a call to ban a rally on Sunday by Turkey's foreign minister.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona's decision to keep faith with late bloomer Sergi Roberto paid off on Wednesday when he slid in to score in the 95th minute and complete a barely believable comeback against Paris St Germain to reach the Champions League quarter-finals.
(Reuters) - The state of Hawaii requested emergency court intervention on Wednesday to halt a revised executive order from President Donald Trump placing U.S. entry restrictions on refugees and travellers from six Muslim-majority countries.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is unhappy with the hard and patchy playing surface being used for his side's Europa League tie at FC Rostov's Olimp-2 stadium but the Portuguese has received little sympathy from UEFA over the issue.