A U.S. federal appeals court will be considering arguments to reinstate President Donald Trump's executive order that temporarily bans immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries. Last week, a federal judge blocked implementation of the order, and the Trump administration is asking a three-judge appeals panel to overturn the ruling. While the courts consider the issue, questions still linger about the choice of countries named in the order. VOA's Masood Farivar explains.
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