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Cambodian Refugees in US Reflect on Failures in Resettlement

As the United States commits to admitting 10,000 refugees from the current conflict in Syria, Cambodian refugees who arrived in the U.S. some 35 years ago say more needs to be done to help refugees resettle in order to prevent further suffering and future social problems. “So I was told that freedom and opportunity was the key in coming here," said Sara Pol-Lim of Long Beach, California, home to the largest Cambodian community outside Cambodia. "But certainly what we were not...

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