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US REFUGEE ADMISSIONS
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What You Need To Know About Syrian Refugees Who Have 'Positive' Views Of ISIS
Context is key.
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18 U.S. Mayors To Obama: We'll Take Even More Refugees
"We will welcome the Syrian families to make homes and new lives in our cities."
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Refugee Groups Say Communities Are Ready And Willing To Do More
The government expects to admit up to 85,000 refugees next fiscal year.
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Here's The Number Of Refugees The U.S. Would Need To Admit To Match Germany's Intake
The U.S. lags far behind Germany in refugee admissions per capita.
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Lawmakers, Refugee Groups To Obama: Accepting 10,000 Syrians Is Not Enough
"When we saw that we just said, 'Uh, did he forget a zero in his announcement?'"
Obama: Prepare For At Least 10,000 Syrian Refugees Next Fiscal Year
President Barack Obama told his administration to prepare for a "significant scaling up" of Syrian refugee admissions, under which the U.S. will take in at least 10,000 Syrians next fiscal year, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said on Thursday.
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Obama Instructs Government To Prepare For At Least 10,000 Syrian Refugees Next Fiscal Year
The White House says the most effective response to the crisis is still humanitarian aid.
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