President Trump has until October 1 to decide how many refugees to admit to the US over the next 12 months, and the stakes couldn’t be higher.
Thirty years ago today I came to the US as a refugee, and like many before and after me, I was very eager to become part of American society.
Last night, President Trump launched airstrikes on a Syrian military target in retaliation for the chemical attacks on Syrian civilians on Tuesday in Idlib.
Five million Syrians who have fled their war-torn country and are registered as refugees in Syria’s neighboring countries. Half of the pre-war population of 22 million has been uprooted. A quarter has crossed borders in search for safety.
President Trump’s ban on Syrians goes into effect as Syrians mark tragic milestone
A Syrian father, ready to resettle with his family in the US, worries about their future following ban on refugees
Polio has made life in Jordan’s largest refugee camp even harder for Khaled Al-Wadi.