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Personifications of Germany and Syria hold hands as a symbol of peace.

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Why we should let Syrian refugees into America

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer January 19, 2017

Over 11 million Syrians have fled their country after a civil war broke out in March 2011. Six years later, the debate is still fired up over whether we should be allowing Syrian refugees into our country. The...

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Young Syrian immigrants hold up a peace sign.

Benefits and setbacks of Syrian refugees in Germany

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer January 19, 2017

In September of 2015, Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel invited Syrian refugees to seek asylum in Germany. By late 2016, nearly 600,000 of these refugees had entered Germany to escape the Civil War...

As the Syrian refugee crisis continues, human rights organizations are working hard to support the children caught in the midst of   horrible conditions, lack of education, starvation, and illness.

The lost children of the Syrian refugee crisis

Cayla Vanderzanden, Social Media Lead January 24, 2016

The Syrian civil war is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Parents are helping their children flee, causing them to suffer through intense agony. Half of the country's population have been killed...

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