Protesters with "Today Refuse Fascism" hoist signs at Columbus Circle in New York City June 26, 2017 prior to a march to Trump Tower to denounce the Supreme Court's reinstatement of large parts of the Trump/Pence travel ban.
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Iran said on Wednesday it would take "reciprocal action" in response to the U.S. Supreme Court allowing a partial implementation of President Donald Trump's travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries.Lower U.S. courts had completely blocked Trump's executive order issued on March 6, which includes a blanket 90-day ban on people from countries including Iran and Libya and a 120-day ban on all refugees. Iran blames Saudi Arabia, a long standing U.S. ally, for Islamic militancy.
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