10,000 Syrian Refugees Find New Home In USOn Sunday, Nadim Fawzi Jouriyeh participated in a ceremony in Amman, Jordan, to mark the United States hitting its target of taking in 10,000 Syrian refugees in a year-old resettlement program.
Japanese Community Rebukes Mayor's Internment Camp Comparison For Syrian Refugees“I couldn't believe that an elected official in this day and age, could make such a statement,” Marielle Tsukamoto said.
Syrian Refugees In Sacramento Thankful For Opportunity To Come to United StatesFrom inside his home, Muhammad Dawarah and his wife show photos of his brother and his 8-year-old nephew. Both were killed in the Syrian civil war he and his wife fled with their five children.
Texas Joins Alabama In Refusing To Take Any More Syrian RefugeesGov. Greg Abbott has ordered state health officials in charge of Texas' refugee resettlement program not to accept any more Syrians following the Paris terrorist attacks.
Facebook Works With Germany To Block Anti-Immigrant ContentFacebook will cooperate with the German government to block hateful or offensive posts about refugees fleeing war-torn Syria.
Nicholas Teausant's Mother: 'He's Not A Terrorist.'A 20-year-old California man has been arrested near the Canadian border in Washington state and charged with attempting to travel to Syria to fight alongside Islamic extremists, federal prosecutors said Monday.
Navy Sailor And Fiancée Married At Reno-Tahoe International AirportA U.S. Navy sailor married his high school sweetheart on Tuesday in Reno-Tahoe International Airport, just moments after returning from an 11-month deployment off the coast of war-torn Syria.
Former U.N. Inspector Not Optimistic With Syrian Chemical Weapon AgreementOn Monday, inspectors from the United Nations are expected to release their findings from the Syrian chemical attack that killed 1,400 men, women and children.
Obama Cancels Calif. Trip To Focus On SyriaThe White House says President Barack Obama has canceled a trip to California to focus on his administration's response to chemical weapons use in Syria.
Sacramento Reaction Mixed On Intervening In Syrian ConflictLocal lawmakers are divided over whether or not the U.S. should get involved militarily in Syria. The debate has also spilled onto the streets of Sacramento.
Syrian American Council Member Living In Sacramento: 'This Is Hell On Earth'As President Obama seeks congressional support for an attack on Syria, two local Syrian men say they support the president's order to take military action.
UC Davis Professor Shares Syrian Experience, Insight Into Present ConflictWatenpaugh, an associated professor at UC Davis, spent several years in Syria. He says with millions of people already pushed from their homes, action is needed.