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Muslim visitors to US ‘targeted unfairly’

Immigrant a­nd Arab-American organisations say a post-September 11 security measure designed to identify potential terrorists is continuing to target visitors from Muslim countries unfairly, even though the Bush admin­istration said it had intended to eliminate the scheme in favour of a universal registration requirement for travellers to the US. The national security entry/exit registration system (NSEERS), a controversial system first implemented in September 2002 by the Justice Department, established a national registry for temporary foreign visitors who were identified as potential security risks or who came from one of 25 countries. Full Story

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