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NKorea fires 4 ballistic missiles ... New travel ban expected soon ... Afghan family detained in Los Angeles

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea has fired four banned ballistic missiles. South Korean and Japanese officials say the missiles flew about 620 miles, with three of them landing in waters that Japan claims as its exclusive economic zone. It's not clear the exact type of missiles fired, but the tests will be viewed as a provocation by the Trump administration, which is working on its policy for North Korea.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A White House official says plans are on track to roll out a revised immigration ban on Monday. Trump administration officials have said that the new order aims to overcome the legal challenges that resulted in the first immigration ban being blocked by a federal court. The revised order is expected to remove Iraq from the list of countries whose citizens face a U.S. travel ban for 90 days. It would also no longer single out Syrian refugees for an indefinite ban.

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Court records and attorneys say that an Afghan family of five who obtained special visas to relocate to the U.S. has been detained by immigration officials since arriving at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday. The International Refugee Assistance Project has filed a federal court petition, saying the father worked for the U.S. government in Afghanistan and was able to obtain special immigrant visas after years of intense vetting. A hearing is scheduled for Monday.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Former Stockton, California Mayor Anthony Silva was greeted with an arrest warrant when he arrived at San Francisco International Airport Sunday. The warrant was issued Thursday while Silva was vacationing in South America, and he's accused of embezzlement, misappropriation of public funds, grand theft and other alleged offenses.

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The doctor who pioneered liver transplant surgery in the 1960s and was a leading researcher into anti-rejection drugs, has died. Dr. Thomas Starzl was 90 years old. His family says he died Saturday at his home in Pittsburgh. Starzl performed the world's first liver transplant in 1963 and the world's first successful liver transplant in 1967, and pioneered kidney transplantation from cadavers.

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