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Four years on, Syria’s brutal and destructive civil war has forced an estimated four million people to flee the country. Of those refugees, only 584 have been resettled in the United States.
AJ+'s Dena Takruri spoke with a family of resettled refugees in Sacramento, California, about their new lives in the U.S. and the memories they left behind in Syria.
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