Reflecting one year after refugees left Afghanistan to resettle in United States
It's been one year since the Taliban took over the government in Afghanistan. Many refugees turned to the United States as their new home and some settled in New Hampshire. The International Institute of New England has resettled 542 refugees from Afghanistan in the last year. There are 107 of them that live in Manchester.
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Los Angeles Times
They escaped Afghanistan for California and beyond. But war’s struggles followed them
About 94,000 Afghanistan evacuees have arrived as part of the U.S. effort to resettle vulnerable refugees, including those who worked for the U.S.
1 year ago·Los Angeles, United StatesRead Full Article
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