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Dozens killed in Syrian rocket attack

Updated December 14, 2015 01:24:56

Man carries baby through Syrian rubble Photo: A Syrian man carries a child via rubble following air strikes on the town of Douma in the eastern Ghouta area. (AFP: Sameer Al-Doumy)
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Air and missile strikes on a college district and other areas in insurgent-held Damascus suburbs have killed at least 28 men and women, like two children and a college principal, a group monitoring the Syrian war says.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated unidentified war planes hit the town of Douma, 15 kilometres north-east of the capital, and surface-to-surface missiles fired by the Syrian army also hit the surrounding areas, like Eastern Ghouta.

The regions have been below heavy bombardment in recent months. The Syrian army has stated its strikes target insurgents that have launched attacks on government-held areas.

The Observatory, which gathers info from a network of contacts on the ground, said at least 40 mortar bombs fired by insurgents in the eastern suburbs hit Damascus on Sunday, killing at least one particular child and wounding several.

State news agency SANA stated 3 civilians had been killed and at least 30 wounded in mortar attacks targeting residential neighbourhoods of Damascus.

Most of the victims have been college students, it mentioned, citing its reporter in the area.

Reuters

Damage to Syrian city of Douma Photo: A street in Douma, in the eastern Ghouta region, right after the air strikes. (AFP: Sameer Al-Doumy)

Topics: unrest-conflict-and-war, syrian-arab-republic

1st posted December 14, 2015 01:12:28

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Dozens killed in Syrian rocket attack

Posted December 14, 2015 01:12:28

Man carries baby through Syrian rubble Photo: A Syrian man carries a baby through rubble following air strikes on the town of Douma in the eastern Ghouta region. (AFP: Sameer Al-Doumy)
Map: Syrian Arab Republic

At least 28 people, including children, have been killed during the “heavy bombardment” of a besieged rebel-stronghold east of the Syrian capital.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Assad regime forces fired rockets at parts of the opposition-held Eastern Ghouta region and the town of Douma, 15 kilometres north-east of the capital, Damascus.

The attack area included a school zone.

On its website, the observatory said one of the people killed was a pregnant woman.

Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman said air strikes also hit two towns in the region, but it was unclear whether they were carried out by Syrian or Russian warplanes.

The areas have been under heavy bombardment in recent months.

The Syrian army has said its strikes target insurgents that have launched attacks on government-held areas.

AFP

Damage to Syrian city of Douma Photo: A street in Douma, in the eastern Ghouta region, after the air strikes. (AFP: Sameer Al-Doumy)

Topics: unrest-conflict-and-war, syrian-arab-republic

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Syrian refugees in America concerned about anti-Muslim sentiment

Posted December 13, 2015 13:22:12

The death of Linda’s seven-day-old infant boy changed everything.

He was killed in a hospital bombing in Damascus in 2012. He was the only boy among her six kids.

Linda, her husband and 5 daughters fled to Lebanon.

There, they lived on UN meals stamps for two years whilst undergoing the lengthy procedure of applying for asylum in the United States.

Sitting at a picnic table, watching her daughters run about in the playground of a mosque in Baltimore, she stated the process was difficult.

“What can I inform you? They asked concerns about your complete life since birth — what did you do?” she mentioned.

“Not only you — about your relatives, about your parents, brothers, sisters, uncles, all of your loved ones, the whole loved ones history.”

Linda and her household arrived in Baltimore in late 2014, amongst a handful of Syrian refugees to settle in the US city in the previous few years.

Her husband functions as a delivery driver, her five daughters are in college and, for the first time in her life, Linda has learned how to drive.

“Of course I’m satisfied,” she said, seeking at her eldest daughter, 16-year-old Faiyza sitting next to her listening to music on her telephone through headphones.

Although Linda has discovered close friends at the local mosque who have helped her navigate her new life, America does not yet feel like the excellent property.

“Half of the society is okay in welcoming us, the other half is not,” she said.

Muslim refugees greeted with resentment and fear

The Paris and California terror attacks unleashed a wave of anti-Muslim refugee sentiment in the United States.

Numerous Republican presidential candidates pounced on fears that Islamic extremists could infiltrate the United States to carry out attacks.

Frontrunner Donald Trump this week referred to as for the United States to bar all Muslims from entering the country until the nation’s leaders can “figure out what is going on”, whilst his rival Ben Carson likened Syrian refugees to “a rabid dog running around your neighbourhood”.

America’s peak Islamic physique, the Centre for American-Islamic Relations, stated attacks on Muslim’s have sharply enhanced in current weeks.

Earlier this week, their headquarters was evacuated soon after employees received white powder in the mail with a note reading “die a painful death, Muslims”.

Police had been investigating a number of anti-Muslim acts across the nation, which includes a pig’s head left at a mosque in Philadelphia and a bullet-riddled Koran left outside an Islamic clothing store in California.

The Home Safety Committee revealed this week that individuals tied to terrorist groups in Syria have attempted to enter the United States by way of its refugee plan.

US president Barack Obama stated last month that refugees who end up in the United States were the “most vetted, scrutinised, thoroughly investigated individuals that ever arrive on American shores”.

Mr Obama desires to settle ten,000 Syrian refugees by next September, but a number of states are attempting to block their entry.

Baltimore opens its door to Syrians fleeing persecution

Amid the backlash, one US city is opening its doors to those fleeing persecution in the Middle East.

The city of Baltimore’s population fell by a third since the 1950s and the mayor desires to boost it by welcoming a lot more migrants.

“They open enterprise, raise families and contribute to our neighborhood economy,” mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said.

Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake Photo: Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has welcomed refugees from the Middle-East to her city with open arms. (ABC)

Mayor Rawlings-Blake mentioned she wants ten,000 families to migrate to the city in the next decade, and hopes many of them come from the war-torn Middle East.

“Regardless of what we’ve witnessed in Paris, my passionate assistance for welcoming new Americans to Baltimore remains unwavering,” she said.

“I hope that refugees from Syria and areas of conflict will appear to Baltimore as a potential place to contact property.”

The city has set up education, employment and economic help programs for refugees and they are currently producing success stories.

Two months ago, 58-year old Togolese refugee Adote Akwei used a special loan from the regional government to purchase a two-storey home in Baltimore’s suburbs.

“We have been here for the last two months, but until now it is a dream for me. I can’t think it,” he stated, sitting in his the neat, sparsely furnished lounge area.

“Sometimes if you see me rolling on the carpet here, [I] just like to feel like it is actual and it is accurate” he mentioned, looking down at the soft beige carpet beneath his chair.

Syrian refugee Linda worries what impact the anti-Muslim sentiment in the US will have on her daughters, but she hopes to remain in America and grow to be a contributing member of society.

She hopes other people like her will be offered the same chance.

“I am one particular mother out of millions of Syrian mothers who need to have aid, and those mothers want to guarantee their kids have a future too,” she stated.

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Trudeau welcomes first of 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada

Posted December 12, 2015 07:45:27

Canada's PM Justin Trudeau welcomes Syrian refugees Photo: Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau (L) greets a young Syrian refugee at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. (Reuters: Mark Blinch)
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Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has personally welcomed the 1st of 25,000 Syrian refugees Canada hopes to resettle over the subsequent three months.

Key points

  • Canada’s prime minister greets 1st of 25,000 Syrian refugees to arrive in the nation
  • 163 Syrians arrived by plane in Toronto
  • Canada is hoping to resettle 10,000 Syrians by the end of the year
  • Unlike the United States, there has been little opposition to the resettlement program

Government and opposition MPs joined Mr Trudeau in greeting the refugees when they landed in Toronto.

“This is a great night, where we get to show not just a planeload of new Canadians what Canada is all about, we get to show the planet how to open our hearts and welcome in people who are fleeing extraordinarily difficult conditions,” the prime minister said.

Mr Trudeau’s Liberal government scaled back the quantity of Syrian migrants it will accept by year finish right after the attacks in Paris sparked concern that the election promise to bring in 25,000 by December 31 would not permit adequate time for security checks.

The plane carrying 163 Syrian refugees touched down in Toronto just just before midnight on Thursday (neighborhood time) and will be followed by a second military airlift to Montreal on Saturday.

Mr Trudeau has mentioned 10,000 will be resettled by the finish of the year and a additional 15,000 by the finish of February.

As he met the military aircraft amid tight safety at a special terminal, privately sponsored Syrian refugees have been arriving on industrial flights at Toronto’s principal terminal, greeted by sponsors and ordinary Canadians who had come to the airport to welcome the a lot-anticipated newcomers.

“They are very tired, but they are happy and hopeful,” stated Soriya Dasir, a worker with Abraham Festival, a group that sponsored a single mother and 3 youngsters who had been living in a camp in Jordan for two years, as she escorted them previous waiting media.

Warm reception contrasts with US response

Canada's prime minister helps young Syrian refugee with jacket Photo: Mr Trudeau (L) helped a young Syrian refugee attempt on a winter coat soon after she arrived with her loved ones from Beirut. (Reuters: Mark Blinch)

Toronto’s airport authority urged Canadians not to come to the airport to greet the refugees or drop off donations, saying: “We’re so proud that our community wants to support, but such a response would be really overwhelming for those arriving.”

The request did not deter Shai Reef, 20, who held up a sign that study: “Welcome to Canada” in Arabic.

“I’m here to show my solidarity for and support of the Syrian men and women going by way of genocide in Syria,” Mr Reef said.

“As Jews, we were also locked out, I know what it feels like.”

Toronto’s mayor tweeted a welcome, although the Toronto Star, the country’s biggest newspaper, covered its front web page with a “Welcome to Canada” banner headline in English and Arabic, along with an post explaining Canadian climate, ice hockey and slang.

The reception in Canada contrasted sharply with that of the neighbouring United States, where worry of Syrian refugees following the deadly November 13 Paris attacks spurred opposition to permitting them entry.

Some US governors stated their states would not accept Syrian refugees, even though Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump referred to as for a ban on Muslims getting into the nation.

With security concerns, immigration paperwork and the flight’s late-evening arrival, refugees on the military aircraft were to be place up at a nearby hotel for the night prior to meeting their sponsors and resettlement agencies on Friday.

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Syrian opposition to meet government for talks in early January

Posted December 11, 2015 12:36:50

A joint team of Syria’s political and armed opposition will meet the government subsequent month for talks in search of a political answer to nearly five years of conflict, the chairman of a Saudi-hosted opposition conference says.

A lot more than one hundred members of Syria’s opposition parties and rebel fighting groups agreed at the finish of two days of talks in Riyadh to perform collectively to prepare for peace talks with president Bashar al-Assad’s government.

But the final hours of the meeting, which excluded Islamic State and Al Nusra Front fighters as nicely as the primary Kurdish force controlling big components of northern Syria, had been overshadowed by protest from the strong insurgent group Ahrar al-Sham.

In a statement, it said it had withdrawn from the Riyadh meeting, objecting to what it said was a prominent function provided to the mostly Damascus-based political opposition group, the National Coordination Body for Democratic Alter, which it said was closer to Mr Assad than to the opposition.

It also mentioned rebel fighters had been below-represented at the talks and their voices largely ignored.

Nevertheless a copy of the final statement had reportedly been signed by the Ahrar al-Sham delegate.

Nevertheless, its withdrawal — even so brief — highlighted enduring rifts among Mr Assad’s enemies which have bedevilled Western and Gulf Arab efforts to rally enough political and military pressure on the president to force him to step down.

Abdulaziz al-Sager, a Saudi academic who chaired the Riyadh talks, stated the opposition would meet government officials in the 1st 10 days of January, the very first such talks in two years aimed at ending a bloody civil war which has drawn in forces from the United States, Russia, Europe and the Arab world.

“There will be a meeting decided by [United Nations envoy Staffan] de Mistura in January,” he mentioned.

“A meeting between the opposition and the Syrian regime to go to a transitional period. This will take place in the 1st ten days of January.”

A statement at the finish of the two-day conference said Mr Assad must leave power at the start off of a transitional period, and named for an all-inclusive, democratic civic state.

It also committed to preserving state institutions.

The opposition was willing to enter talks with Syrian government representatives and to accept a UN-supervised ceasefire, the statement stated.

‘Difficult operate ahead’: Kerry

The meeting came amid escalating conflict in Syria, pitting the army and allied militias like Lebanese Hezbollah fighters backed by Iran and Russia against competing rebel and jihadi fighters, who incorporate Arabs and Kurds.

The Riyadh meeting called on the United Nations to stress the Syrian government to make a series of confidence-developing moves just before peace talks commence, including suspending death sentences against opponents, releasing prisoners and lifting sieges.

Vienna Syria talks Photo: Russia, the United States, European and Middle Eastern nations agreed on a two-year timeline major to Syrian national elections during talks in Vienna (AFP: Brendan Smialowski, file photo)

Monzer Akbik, a member of the National Coalition opposition group, stated the conference agreed to set up a 32-member secretariat to oversee and supervise peace talks.

The statement mentioned that physique would select the negotiating group.

Participants also committed to a political program which “represents all sectors of the Syrian folks”, and would not discriminate on religious or sectarian grounds – in a gesture towards minority Alawite, Christian and Kurdish populations.

US Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed the declaration.

“Although this crucial step forward brings us closer to starting negotiations amongst the Syrian parties, we recognise the difficult work ahead,” he said.

International efforts to resolve the conflict have been lent added urgency by a wave of deadly attacks across the world claimed by the Iraq- and Syria-based Islamic State and by a huge flow of refugees into Europe.

Major powers agreed in Vienna last month to revive diplomatic efforts to finish the war, calling for peace talks to start by January and elections within two years.

No spot for Assad in transition

The demands that Mr Assad and his lieutenants need to play no component in a political transition marked a tougher stance than that of many Western countries which back his opponents.

The United States, France and Britain all referred to as for Mr Assad to step down soon after protests broke out against his rule in March 2011.

Even though they all say Mr Assad eventually need to go, they have been less particular about the timing of any departures, indicating that they could accept his staying on in an interim period.

Mr Assad’s fate was one of numerous concerns left unresolved at the Vienna meeting final month which was attended by Russia, the United States, European and Middle Eastern countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran, which back opposing sides in Syria.

Saudi Arabia is a major backer of the rebels along with Turkey and Western nations. Iran and Russia support Mr Assad.

Iran has openly criticised the choice by Saudi Arabia to hold the talks, saying they have been designed to harm the Vienna procedure.

On Thursday, Deputy Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian mentioned some groups linked to the Islamic State militant group have been involved in the Riyadh meeting.

Russia launched air strikes in Syria ten weeks ago, assisting the Syrian army — backed by Iranian troops, Hezbollah fighters and allied militia — to contain rebel advances.

Russia says it is bombing Islamic State militants, who manage large locations of eastern Syria and western Iraq, but Western and Arab states which have been carrying out air strikes against Islamic State for more than a year say the Russian jets have mostly hit other rebel forces in the west of Syria.

Moscow’s intervention has not swung the war decisively Assad’s way and a number of Western-backed rebel groups, some of whom were represented in Riyadh, have been emboldened by the improved flow of foreign-supplied anti-tank missiles which have helped stem parts of the army’s counter-offensive.

Reuters

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US-led coalition warplanes didn’t hit Syrian army camp: official

Updated December 07, 2015 23:34:58

US-led coalition warplanes did not strike a Syrian army camp, an envoy to US president Barack Obama says, in spite of claims to the contrary from the Syrian government.

The Syrian government says that 4 warplanes from the US-led coalition targeted a Syrian army camp in Deir al-Zor province, killing 3 soldiers and wounding 13 far more.

“The Syrian Arab Republic strongly condemns this flagrant aggression by the US-led coalition forces, which blatantly violates the objectives of the UN charter,” the foreign ministry mentioned in a letter to the UN Security Council and secretary basic.

The ministry stated jets fired nine missiles at the camp — located two kilometres from an IS stronghold — on Sunday evening.

Three armoured autos, four military automobiles, a weapons cache and ammunition had been destroyed in the strikes, it stated.

“The Syrian foreign ministry demands the UN Security Council act quickly in the face of this aggression and take proper measures to stop its recurrence,” the letter added.

Brett McGurk, President Obama’s envoy to the US-led coalition targeting Islamic State, stated there had been no coalition strikes within 55 kilometres of the camp.

“Reports of coalition involvement are false,” he said on Twitter.

No evidence to help claims, spokesman says

Coalition spokesman Colonel Steve Warren mentioned there he had sign no evidence to assistance the Syrian government’s claims.

“We’ve seen those Syrian reports but we did not conduct any strikes in that component of Deir al-Zor yesterday. So we see no proof,” he said.

The coalition’s only strikes in Deir al-Zor on Sunday have been south-east of the area where the troops have been allegedly killed, close to the town of Ayyash, he stated.

“We struck 55 kilometres away from the region that the Syrians say was struck. That was the only location in Deir al-Zor we struck yesterday,” he told AFP.

The statement from Syria’s foreign ministry came only hours right after president Bashar al-Assad slammed Britain’s joining the coalition, calling it dangerous and illegal.

“It will be damaging and illegal and it will assistance terrorism as happened soon after the coalition started its operation a year or so [ago],” Mr Assad stated.

Final week, British MPs voted to join the air strikes in Syria for the very first time.

The Syrian government has routinely criticised the US-led strikes as ineffective and illegal due to the fact they are not coordinated with regime forces, and the ministry said the Deir al-Zor incident was further proof of the coalition’s failings.

“The US coalition lacks the seriousness and credibility to successfully combat terrorism,” the ministry stated.

Russia is waging its own aerial campaign in assistance of Mr Assad, which has hit some Islamic State targets, but the United States and its allies say most of the Russian raids have hit other foreign-backed rebel groups.

Reuters/AFP

Topics: unrest-conflict-and-war, territorial-disputes, world-politics, syrian-arab-republic

First posted December 07, 2015 20:54:24

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US-led coalition hits Syrian army camp killing three soldiers: ministry

Updated December 07, 2015 20:57:28

The Syrian government says that four warplanes from the US-led coalition targeted a Syrian army camp in Deir al-Zor province, killing 3 soldiers and wounding 13 more.

Syria has labelled the incident an act of “flagrant aggression”.

“The Syrian Arab Republic strongly condemns this flagrant aggression by the US-led coalition forces, which blatantly violates the objectives of the UN charter,” the foreign ministry said in a letter to the UN Security Council and secretary common.

The jets fired nine missiles at the camp — positioned two kilometres from an IS stronghold — on Sunday evening, Syria’s foreign ministry said in a statement shown on state tv.

“The Syrian foreign ministry demands the UN Safety Council act right away in the face of this aggression and take appropriate measures to avoid its recurrence,” the letter added.

It is the initial publicly declared incident of its type given that the United States and allied nations started bombing Islamic State in Syria more than a year ago.

The US-led coalition has denied its planes hit a Syrian army target.

“We’ve noticed these Syrian reports but we did not conduct any strikes in that element of Deir al-Zor yesterday. So we see no evidence,” coalition spokesman Colonel Steve Warren mentioned.

He stated the coalition’s only strikes in Deir al-Zor on Sunday have been some 55 kilometres south-east of the location exactly where the troops have been allegedly killed, near the town of Ayyash.

“We struck 55 kilometres away from the area that the Syrians say was struck. That was the only region in Deir al-Zor we struck yesterday,” he told AFP.

Nonetheless, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), a Britain-primarily based monitor, also reported the strikes, saying 4 troops had been killed and 13 wounded.

SOHR mentioned it was the very first time a US-led coalition strike had killed Syrian government troops.

The statement from Syria’s foreign ministry came only hours right after president Bashar al-Assad slammed Britain’s joining the coalition, calling it damaging and illegal.

“It will be damaging and illegal and it will assistance terrorism as occurred following the coalition started its operation a year or so [ago],” Mr Assad stated.

Final week, British MPs voted to join the air strikes in Syria for the initial time.

The Syrian government has often criticised the US-led strikes as ineffective and illegal because they are not coordinated with regime forces, and the ministry said the Deir al-Zor incident was further evidence of the coalition’s failings.

“The US coalition lacks the seriousness and credibility to properly combat terrorism,” the ministry stated.

Reuters/AFP

Topics: unrest-conflict-and-war, territorial-disputes, planet-politics, syrian-arab-republic

Initial posted December 07, 2015 20:54:24

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Syrian refugee feeds Berlin’s homeless to ‘give something back’

Posted November 26, 2015 20:58:54

Alex Assali, a Syrian refugee who arrived in Germany last year, is now handing out totally free meals to Berlin’s homeless, to “give one thing back to German individuals” for welcoming him and a lot of much more refugees into their country.

Mr Assali was lately photographed at the meal station that he serves up meals from.

His buddy, Tabea Bu, posted the photo on Facebook, where it has been shared by thousands of folks.

Mr Assali told Buzzfeed he had fled Syria in 2007 since his life was in danger and lived in Libya till final September, when he came to Germany.

Ms Bu mentioned Mr Assali nevertheless had small to his name, but wanted to give some thing back to the nation that had taken him in.

“He actually has lost almost everything he had to leave his household back in Syria because folks wanted to kill him,” Ms Bu wrote in the Facebook post, translated from German by The Telegraph.

“Even though he doesn’t have a lot, he goes on the street and distributes food to the homeless.

“I have the feeling like, God bless him as he is a blessing for so numerous more people.”

Mr Assali told Buzzfeed he had been handing out meals to the homeless since August 2015, from a variety of places across Berlin.

A poster attached to the table in the photo reads: “Our target is to give some thing back to the folks who helped us … We want to be a good part in the German community.”

He stated he had so far been unsuccessful in obtaining a job in Berlin, but that he hoped to continue to give back to the neighborhood.

“My dream [is] to have in [the] future a huge property to support [these] men and women and do anything good for them due to the fact many of them need to have a person to guide them to the right way,” he told Buzzfeed.

Ms Bu mentioned she and Mr Assali had been overwhelmed by the messages of assistance.

“We each by no means imagined what this tiny post could do, but we are satisfied that we did bring a small light into the planet,” she wrote on Facebook.

Subjects: refugees, immigration, human-interest, homelessness, social-media, germany, syrian-arab-republic

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Canada reveals Syrian refugee plan

Diyako Salamat, 6, attends a rally in Vancouver asing the government to allow more refugees into the countryImage copyright AP
Image caption The government had originally planned to resettle 25,000 by year’s end

The newly elected Liberal government in Canada will resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees by the finish of the year and 15,000 by the end of February.

The government had previously promised to bring 25,000 Syrian refugees to Canada by the year’s end.

The Liberals committed to bringing the refugees in during the recent election campaign.

CBC News had reported that the federal government will limit the resettlement to females, children and families only.

As confirmed on Tuesday, those who will be regarded as refugees contain families, girls at danger, gays and lesbians and single men who are component of the LGBT community or accompanied by parents.

“We want them to have a roof more than their head, and the correct support,” said Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Minister John McCallum. “It takes a bit of time to place that all in spot.”

“We’re pleased to take a little a lot more time that initially planned to bring our new friends into the nation.”

The refugees will be both privately sponsored and government assisted, either registered with the UN Refugee Agency or with the government of Turkey.

Government officials promised “robust” overall health and security screenings, to be carried out overseas, and mentioned military and private aircraft will help with transportation of refugees to Canada.

Refugees will go to 36 “location” cities, 12 in Quebec and in the rest of Canada.

Mr McCallum said the attacks in Paris did not have an effect on the government’s selection to slow down the transport of Syrian refugees, citing the logistical struggles with finishing the pledge.

Newly elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau created Canada’s acceptance of Syrian refugees central to his campaign.

After the Paris attacks, he reiterated his commitment to ending Canadian air strikes in Syria and Iraq.

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Why It Takes Two Years for Syrian Refugees to Enter the U.S.

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Syrians have to pass through many measures of safety clearances prior to becoming admitted to the United States, and are topic to additional checks beyond refugees of other nationalities.


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