Chad, North Korea, and Venezuela were not part of the previous orders, but the restrictions to Venezuela will apply to government officials, according to the order.
Rather than a total ban on entry to the United States, the proposed restrictions differ by nation, based on cooperation with American security mandates, the threat the United States believes each country presents and other variables, officials said.
Individuals with that "bona fide" exception, such as a foreign grandparent of a United States citizen, can still apply for visas until October 18. Unlike the president's original bans, which had time limits, this one is open-ended.
But the officials described the addition of the two countries to Trump's travel restrictions as the result of a purely objective review.
New York Times reports that the original travel ban was applicable to people from six Muslim-majority countries.
For instance, foreign nationals from North Korea are banned, but a student from Iran will be allowed in, subject to "enhanced screening and vetting requirements", CNN quoted the White House statement as saying.
Citizens from Kim Jong-un's rogue state and North African Chad will be banned from entering the US.
The Department of Homeland Security has recommended the president go ahead with more targeted restrictions on foreign nationals from countries that the agency says refuse to share sufficient information with the US or haven't taken necessary security precautions.
An official of Homeland Security explained that there is a need to know details about people who enter America and their identities must be validated in order to protect the country from terror outfits.
That order didn't directly address the underlying legal issues, including politically explosive questions about presidential power and religious bias. Tell@realDonaldTrump that you will not be distracted.
The other show feels like a version of Star Trek created to cater to the immediate cultural moment in all the wrong ways. That said, we're grading on a curve, since Star Trek pilots are generally pretty lousy.
TENAA - wireless authority that certifies gadgets in China - released their certification for the new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Once again Apple , AR was used heavily in Pokemon GO, and you don't need to be a techie to figure that out.
Live Nation said the second leg of Gaga's North American tour is now still set to kick off in November as previously announced. For an intimate peek inside Gaga's life ahead of the movie's September 22nd debut, check out the two-minute trailer below.
Chinese leaders were for long the North's diplomatic allies but express increasing frustration with the government of Kim Jong-un. Ri reportedly added that "We have no idea about what actions could be taken as it will be ordered by leader Kim Jong Un".
It was a day when batting wasn't easy, as evidenced not just by Australia's failed chase but also India's struggle early on. Nathan Coulter-Nile put up a defiant stance and kept Stoinis company as the latter refused to down his tools already.
Earlier this year, Israel intercepted another drone that strayed into the Golan airspace from neighboring Syria. According to an IDF spokesman, the drone was being used by Hezbollah militants for the reconnaissance purposes.
A naval hospital in Jacksonville, Florida says the actions of a couple of nurses will be handled by "military justice". The nurses behind the incident have since had their Snapchat accounts suspended and the videos removed.
Nothing Trump said gave the impression that there was an alternate route to prevent being attacked by the US. As Christians, we need to become one in Christ, one with one another, and pray for miracles.
It comes less than two weeks after the strongest quake in a century hit Mexico's southern coast and left 90 people dead . Video and pictures showed utter devastation as buildings were flattened and people trapped beneath the rubble.
Eman Ahmed, world's heaviest woman, dies at Abu Dhabi hospital
An Egyptian woman who was dubbed world's heaviest woman has passed away at a hospital in Abu Dhabi , United Arab Emirates aged 37. A team of more than 20 doctors had been caring for Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty since her arrival at Burjeel Hospital in May.
Vikings QB Sam Bradford ruled out for Week 3 vs
He shows great speed and acceleration. "We're extremely happy and pleased with his progress so far". Vikings DE Everson Griffen registered two sacks last week, the ninth multi-sack game of his career.
Police arrests Catalan crackdown
A spokesman for Junqueras confirmed the arrest and said that other Catalan government premises were being searched by the agents. The mood in Catalonia is growing increasingly nasty with just over a week to go before the banned ballot on October 1.
Scotland yard: UPDATE: Parsons Green investigation
Counterterrorism police arrested a 25-year-old man in Newport, Wales, according to a statement by London's Metropolitan Police. The entire neighborhood around their house was evacuated as a precaution when the search began Saturday.
Eden wicket to be sporting for second India-Australia ODI
India was reeling at 87 for 5 when Hardik Pandya joined MS Dhoni to stitch together a partnership that would take India to safety. Yuzvendra Chahal bagged 3 wickets, whereas young Kuldeep Yadav also picked 2 wickets to set back Australia .
James Corden speaks out over that Sean Spicer kiss
A seemingly rhetorical question with no expected response, Sean Spicer emerged from backstage, accompanied by a podium. Liberal commentator Keith Olbermann tweeted that the Emmys lost its credibility by lionizing Spicer .
Trump Wants to Hold a Military Parade for the Fourth of July
He later told reporters the event might occur as soon as the next Independence Day, adding it might take another year to plan. French aircraft fly over the Champs-Elysees during the annual Bastille Day military parade in Paris, July 14, 2017.
Was Trump right all along about being wiretapped?
Some of the conversations listened to were reportedly with US President Donald Trump after he was elected. But Monday's CNN report shows that the FBI investigation has gone further than previously known.
Hackers plant malware in popular CCleaner
Piriform says that it's still investigating where the attack came from, and the company sent a reassuring message. The malware's main goal is to profile a victim's system and send that information to a server located in the US.