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Correction appended,” the group said on its Facebook page. unless they can prove a "bona fide relationship" with someone in this country Parents step-parents and in-laws are all allowed in but grandparents aunts uncles and cousins are not The Trump Administration argues the travel ban is necessary for national security while opponents say the ban is ineffective and discriminatory The Supreme Court will hear the case in October but allowed portions of the ban to go forward in the meantime Linda Sarsour a Muslim-American activist and lead organizer of the Women’s March on Washington said at Thursday’s rally that the State Departments definition of "bona fide relationship" is dehumanizing "Nobody gets to define for us who a family is" she said “The ban isnt just a ban on travel It is a Muslim refugee ban” Another protester 28-year-old Yemeni-American Widad Hassan said she’s concerned about the ban’s potential impact on her grandparents sister-in-law and newborn nephew who all live in Yemen one of the affected countries "Our whole family is all divided and its just been really emotionally devastating" she said Nisrin Elamin a Sudanese PhD student said she was among the dozens of people detained at JFK Airport in January as she tried to reenter the country shortly after Trump’s first travel ban went into effect "Who does and doesnt have the right to feel safe and secure" Elamin told the group of protesters Thursday night "National security has always been used to justify state violence and surveillance against communities of color in this country" Contact us at [email protected]: Manchester City are planning talks with manager Pep Guardiola at the end of the season as the Premier League leaders seek to tie him to a long-term deal reports said on Monday City are 11 points clear of nearest challengers Manchester United are on a record run of 16 consecutive wins in England’s top flight and through to the Champions League knockout phase after comfortably winning their group Guardiola 46 is half-way through his three-year deal at City but the club hierarchy are reportedly confident the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss can be persuaded to stay longer File image of Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola Reuters Guardiola said last month that he was happy at City and his contract which expires in 2019 was "not a big issue" City failed to mount a serious title challenge in Guardiola’s much-hyped first season in England finishing a disappointing third They also exited the Champions League in the first knockout round But the club invested heavily in new players during the summer and look certain to romp away with the Premier League title even though the season still has five months to run The Times newspaper said there was an acceptance that when Guardiola arrived in Manchester last year he might not stay beyond his three-year deal but there is optimism he will make a longer-term commitment The report said Guardiola was enjoying working with chief executive Ferran Soriano and director of football Txiki Begiristain both of whom previously worked at Barcelona Guardiola quit Barcelona in 2012 despite four trophy-laden seasons to recharge his batteries Following a sabbatical with his family in New York he returned to management in Germany leading Bayern to three consecutive Bundesliga titles before moving to City in 2016 if his team are to be in the Champions League next season, adding that the work of the drafting committee ended at the doorstep of the director of organisation who was to transmit it to the board for approval.

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