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By Student Reporting Labs
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion, almost 4 million Ukrainian refugees have fled into Poland, where they’ve generally received a warm welcome. But at the same time, Poland is trying to deter thousands of migrants from the Middle East…
By Ali Rogin, Claire Mufson
While more than 78,000 Afghans have arrived in the U.S. for resettlement since August, the future for those who have been flagged for additional security vetting and diverted to Camp Bondsteel, in the small nation of Kosovo, remains up in…
By Ben Fox, Associated Press
Afghan refugees in the U.S. will be allowed to stay for at least 18 months under temporary protected status, a move that'll help some of the thousands who arrived following the American withdrawal from their country.
About six months after the evacuation, about 84,600 Afghan nationals have arrived in the United States. Many face not only settling into a new life but also the added stress of loved ones stuck overseas.
By Gabrielle Hays, Roby Chavez
By Hari Sreenivasan
As Kabul fell to the Taliban last August, Abdul Qader Zaman and his family were among the tens of thousands desperately trying to flee the country. With the help of volunteers and veterans from his time as an interpreter for…
By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado, Adam Kemp
Coalitions of nonprofit partners, local businesses and interfaith organizations say challenges remain.
By Amna Nawaz, Ebony Joseph
Since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in August, the United States has evacuated more than 75,000 Afghans through Operation Allies Welcome. Roughly 23,000 evacuees remain on six military bases across the U.S., but more than 50,000 have been placed…
By Philip Marcelo, Amy Taxin, Associated Press
Federal immigration officials have denied hundreds of Afghans seeking temporary entry into the country for humanitarian reasons.
By Mike Cerre
The San Francisco bay area has the largest Afghan population in the US, making it an obvious place to resettle Afghan refugees. But it also has one of the country’s most expensive and competitive housing markets. Special correspondent Mike Cerre…
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