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On Thursday, Feb. 2, six refugees from the Middle East shared their experiences in light of President Donald Trump's recent ban on immigrants from seven Muslim-majority nations.
Samaritas, a Troy-based social ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, hosted a press conference featuring refugees from Iraq and Syria. The ministry is Michigan's largest refugee resettlement agency and the fourth largest in the nation.
Trump on Friday signed an executive order temporarily banning citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen from the United States for at least 90 days. The order also indefinitely bans Syrian refugees from America. Read the full article on Mlive.com