(Dalton Bennett, Ahmed Deeb/The Washington Post)
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Vetted, then blocked: Will this Syrian family make it to their final destination?
The Khoja family was supposed to arrive to New York on January 30th. Rutgers Presbyterian Church members were planning to welcome them. But President Trump's first executive order halting the entry of Syrian refugees to the U.S. left them stranded in Istanbul as they tried to figure out whether coming to America was still possible.
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