U.S. Works To Resettle Refugees Fleeing Humanitarian Crises

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Meeting the Unprecedented Challenge of the Global Refugee Crisis
Larry Bartlett, director of the State Department’s Office of Refugee Admissions, discusses the U.S.’s efforts to resettle refugees. Bartlett notes, “In Fiscal Year 2016, American communities welcomed 84,995 refugees from 79 countries, and the president has determined we will welcome 110,000 refugees in Fiscal Year 2017…” (10/31).

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