US expects to surpass Syrian refugee admissions target

State Department: “Admitting more than 10,000 Syrian refugees into the US within 2016”; that number is grossly understated and deceptive

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8/19/16 – This story by Laura Koran of CNN was no longer on the CNN website within minutes of posting.  I only found one other web source that I could list here for a reference.  Here is the story in its entirety as it was posted by CNN via the mobile app and also posted on WPTZ, a Vermont NBC affiliate. Continue reading “US expects to surpass Syrian refugee admissions target”

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Senate kills bill that could tighten entry guidelines for Syrians refugees

The U.S. government has officially lost its mind.

Senate vote block bill on Syrian refugees

1/20/16 – With Europe on fire, mass rapes occurring, violence, new diseases coming with them, while too many of them threaten us as they walk through the door, the Senate today killed the Syrian Refugees bill passed by the House that would at least tighten the regulations giving entrance to Syrian refugees. Continue reading “Senate kills bill that could tighten entry guidelines for Syrians refugees”

Syrian immigration quietly tops 100,000

Some 102,313 Syrians were granted admission to the U.S. as legal permanent residents or through programs since 2012

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A proposal to admit 10,000 Syrian refugees to the United States has ignited a bitter debate in Washington, but more than 10 times that number of people from the embattled country have quietly come to America Continue reading “Syrian immigration quietly tops 100,000”

Turkey agrees to slow migrant traffic…for cash, visas and EU nod

Regarding the deal struck on Sunday the Turkish prime minister called it a “new beginning” for the uneasy neighbors

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BRUSSELS (Reuters) – Turkey promised to help stem the flow of migrants to Europe in return for cash, visas and renewed talks on joining the EU in a deal struck on Sunday Continue reading “Turkey agrees to slow migrant traffic…for cash, visas and EU nod”