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Eritrea blasts U.S. visa ban, Nigeria creates committee to address issues

Reuters Saturday, 1 February 2020
Eritrea denounced a U.S. ban on immigrant visas for its citizens as "unacceptable" on Saturday, while Nigeria's government said it had created a committee to address the issues that prompted U.S. President Donald Trump to add the country to the ban.
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