Segun AdebowaleMay 8, 2017
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6min0

The US embassy said the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are in regular communication with the Nigerian Attorney General and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding further cooperation needed to conclude pending asset forfeiture cases and to develop a mechanism for the timely and transparent repatriation of those assets

NANMarch 18, 2017
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3min1

Prosecutors in Kiev said they have made seven separate appeals over the past two years for help in questioning President Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, including letters to Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey and US Justice Department officials

NANFebruary 19, 2017
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2min0

According to Reuters, the Department of Homeland Security has prepared new guidance for immigration agents aimed at speeding up deportations by denying asylum claims earlier in the process

Dotun OladipoFebruary 5, 2017
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1min0

The Federal Appeals Court of the United States of America in the early hours of Sunday refused to restore immediately the request by President Donald Trump the travel ban on some categories of foreigners.
A judge had late on Friday directed the lifting of the travel ban imposed by Trump.

 A Seattle Federal Judge, James L. Tobert, gave the order.

The UD Department of Justice filed an appeal on Saturday.

Ruling on Sunday morning, the 9th Circuit of the Federal Appeals Court denied a request for an immediate reinstatement of the ban and instead asked the state of Washington and the Trump administration to file more arguments by Monday afternoon, Washington Post reported.

NANFebruary 4, 2017
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5min0

The Federal judge’s temporary restraining order represents a major setback for Trump’s action, though the White House said late Friday that it believed the ban to be “lawful and appropriate” and that the US Department of Justice would file an emergency appeal


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