Nearly 300,000 people have died since the Syrian civil war began more than four years ago. Of the four million refugees who have fled the country, only 1500 have come to the United States, although President Obama has decided to take 10,000 over the next year. How have these Syrian refugees adapted to their new life in the U.S.? Grace Wang takes a look at one family that has settled in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Grace Wang reports.
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