Trump adds N. Korea & Venezuela to new travel ban, removes Sudan

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A new extended travel ban announced by Donald Trump’s administration will restrict Americans from traveling to North Korea and Venezuela, as well as to Iran, Chad, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia – countries included in previous disputed bans.

The new restrictions, which come as a result of a review of previous travel bans challenged in American courts, are set to take effect on October 18.

“North Korea does not cooperate with the United States government in any respect and fails to satisfy all information-sharing requirements,” the Sunday proclamation said, explaining the addition.