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    January 29, 2016 4:28 PM
    More than half of Syria’s population, 11 million people, have either been killed or left the country since the uprising and civil war began nearly five years ago. But most refugees' quest for safety has only begun when they leave Syria. Erika Celeste reports from Indianapolis, Indiana on the journey of the first Syrian family to find a new home in that midwestern city.

    Syrian Refugee Family Grateful to be in Indiana, Fearful of Being Stereotyped

    Published January 29, 2016

    More than half of Syria’s population, 11 million people, have either been killed or left the country since the uprising and civil war began nearly five years ago. But most refugees' quest for safety has only begun when they leave Syria. Erika Celeste reports from Indianapolis, Indiana on the journey of the first Syrian family to find a new home in that midwestern city.


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