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Muslim American groups have lauded Biden’s plans to end Trump’s curbs on travel from several majority-Muslim nations. And after that, the nation’s diverse Muslim communities have other hopes for his administration.

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CLAIM: Photo shows a Turkish soldier helping a child drink from a water bottle with the implication it was taken during the military offensive launched by Turkey last week in northern Syria.

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In 1980, Cuban President Fidel Castro announced that anyone who wanted to leave Cuba was free to do so from the port of Mariel. As a result, nearly 125,000 Cubans jumped on watercrafts and headed to Florida.

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In 2015, Nebraska led the nation in resettling more refugees per capita than any other state, but those numbers have plummeted as President Do…

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To those who champion President Donald Trump and believe cracking down on immigration translates to better lives for Americans, 2018's breathless headlines were a fulfillment of campaign promises. To many others, they harkened back to dark moments in U.S. history.

In 2018, The United States will take in about 20,000 refugees, below the cap of 45,000 set by Donald Trump’s administration, and a quarter of those granted entry during Barack Obama’s last year. Where are these refugees settling, and what cities will see the biggest drop?

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