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"I'm Happy, But I Am Also Broken for Those Left Behind": Life After Manus and Nauru

Resettlement in the US has allowed some long-persecuted people to flourish, but that doesn’t let Australia off the hook. Expand From Nauru to Chicago, Faisal Arkani in Chicago. © 2019 Human Rights Watch   “To freedom.” Imran, a 25-year-old Rohingya refugee from Myanmar, raises a glass with a big smile. We are in a bustling restaurant on Chicago’s north side. This midwestern city seems a million miles from Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, or the tiny Pacific island nation of Nauru, yet it’s now home to several Rohingya men resettled under an agreement between Australia and the US. These new Chicagoans…

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