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Trump administration cuts refugee admissions to 30,000 Tuesday, 18 September 2018
Trump administration cuts refugee admissions to 30,000The Trump administration announced Monday it will cut the maximum number of refugees allowed into the country next year to 30,000, citing national security concerns and the need to restore integrity to the system.
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The Trump administration is set to lower the cap for the number of refugees the U.S. will accept to 30,000.

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