France and Germany in united critical stand over Trump refugee ban


Germany's newly appointed foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel made his first official trip to meet with his French counterpart Jean-Marc Ayrault in Paris on Saturday, when the two men said US president Donald Trump's four-month ban on refugees from entering his country 'can only worry us' and goes against western values.

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France and Germany formed a united front Saturday in the face of President Donald Trump's halt in the US refugee programme, with the German foreign minister noting that loving thy neighbour forms part of America's Christian traditions, reports ABC News.