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LOS ANGELES, March 29 (Xinhua) -- A U.S. federal judge in Hawaii on Wednesday extended his previous nationwide order blocking the implementation of President Donald Trump's revised travel ban while the lawsuit continues.

U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson's original order halting the travel ban was issued on March 15, hours before the ban was set to go into effect, in the form of a nationwide temporary restraining order.

Court papers show that Watson granted a motion on Wednesday to turn his temporary restraining order into a preliminary injunction, extending his order against the ban while the case moves forward.

The move sets the stage for the Department of Justice to appeal to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, which is the same court that upheld a national halt to Trump's first travel ban last month after a Seattle federal judge ruled against it.

Hawaii has become the first state in the United States to file a lawsuit against Trump's revised travel ban. Judge Watson blocked provisions of the March 6 executive order of Trump that would have frozen the refugee program for 120 days and stopped citizens of six Muslim countries from entering the United States.

The revised travel ban will bar entry of citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days.

The new order lowered the named nations from seven to six, among other changes. Iraq, which was included in the first ban, has been taken off the list.

The state of Hawaii sued to stop the travel ban, arguing the president's policy violates the Constitution and the travel ban would harm its economy because of the loss of tourism and the ability to recruit international students.

Trump reacted to Watson's March 15 restraining order by calling the ruling "an unprecedented judicial overreach", pledging to take the legal fight all the way to the Supreme Court.

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ISTANBUL, July 11 (Xinhua) -- The 40th session of the World Heritage Committee, now underway in Istanbul, on Monday called for more efforts to fight against damages being done to heritage sites worldwide.

The meeting adopted a declaration voicing "serious concern" about the destruction of cultural heritage sites around the globe, in particular growing deliberate attacks on them.

Since 2014, the Islamic State group has been deliberately destroying cultural heritages in Syria, Iraq and Libya, targeting various places of worship and historical artifacts.

The declaration said the members of the committee were also "deeply distressed" by the increase in illegal excavations, looting and illicit trafficking of artifacts.

The negative impact of other factors on heritage properties, like climate change, environmental hazards and increasing social and economic pressure, was recognized as well in the document.

Reaffirming the commitment made at its last session in Bonn, Germany in 2015 to strengthen the international protection of cultural and natural heritage, the committee's members called for "innovative and effective" solutions from all states parties as well as their integration of heritage protection into policy-making processes and security strategies.

"The UNESCO has created considerable pressure on the shoulders of international community, especially at the political level, in preventing the illegal trafficking of cultural heritage," Francesco Bandarin, assistant director general of the UN cultural agency, said at a press conference.

He stressed, however, that the agency does not have all the tools needed to counter illegal trafficking.

He drew attention to the fact that 95 percent of the objects found in markets around the world are not stolen but rather illegally excavated.

As organized crime rings are behind the chain of trafficking the artifacts from the excavation sites to markets in may parts of the world, "anyone can actually buy Syrian, Iraqi or Malian heritage from these markets," said Bandarin.

"If you believe in heritage preservation, if you believe in the heritage as a component of social life, you have to support us," he added. "We should multiply our efforts."

Nabi Avci, Turkey's minister of culture and tourism, noted that illegal trafficking in cultural relics has become an important means of financing for terrorist groups.

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