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Israel will allow Rashida Tlaib to enter country but maintains ban on Ilhan Omar

CBS News Friday, 16 August 2019
Israel’s government changed its mind overnight and will allow a visit from one of the two Democratic congresswomen it barred from entering the country. Rashida Tlaib will get a humanitarian pass to visit relatives in the West Bank, but her colleague Ilhan Omar is still excluded. Israel’s Prime Minister made that decision Thursday after pressure from President Trump. Margaret Brennan reports.
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Israel has reportedly barred Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib from entering the country.

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