Iraqi Refugees Find New Home in Sweden
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Iraqi Refugees Find New Home in Sweden

Sodertalje, a quiet Swedish town of 83,000, has taken in more Iraqi war refugees than the United States. The influx has caused many residents to wonder if they can continue to provide adequate education and resources. Video by Mary Jordan/The Washington Post Editor: Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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