After a month of no refugee arrivals, flights to the US are set to resume

The United States will begin admitting refugees on Tuesday after a series of moratoriums on refugee travel led to no arrivals in October. President Donald Trump on Friday signed off on the historically low refugee cap of 18,000, thereby allowing refugees to begin resettling in the US. The presidential determination, as it's called, came weeks after it was anticipated, putting flights on hold as a result and leaving hundreds of refugees who had been approved to come to the US in limbo. A State Department ...
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Added November 05, 2019
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