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The ongoing conflict in Syria has created a major humanitarian crisis, resulting in waves of refugees fleeing the country. Last month, President Obama vowed to accept 10,000 Syrian refugees over the next 12 months. We explore both how and where those escaping war will be resettled, as well as efforts to bring justice to those who have committed atrocities during the conflict.
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