As the stories of suffering in Iraq and subsequent frustration in Syria pile up, director Tania Rahkmanova takes a short break and visits a museum.
In this WIDE ANGLE web exclusive, Bashar Ja'afari, the Syrian ambassador to the United Nations, describes how Iraqi refugees have changed life in Syria.
Filmmaker Tania Rahkmanova arrives in Syria to film "Iraqi Exodus."
Donation information for refugees resettling in Portland, Oregon.
Filmmaker Tania Rahkmanova recounts the story of a family still separated by war.
In May, the United States accepted 1,141 Iraqi refugees--the most the U.S. has accepted in a given month. The Bush administration projected it could admit almost 8,000 more refugees by the end of September, closing in on (but not guaranteeing) its goal of 12,000 refugees by fiscal year-end.
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