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They sell flowers and other trinkets on the street. They work as shoe shiners and in construction and other jobs. They are Syrian child refuge…

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  • By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services

Charities would have to obtain $25 million in liability insurance or face fines.

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Two people from Tucson area helping Greece coast guard test flotation device.

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  • By Johanna Willett and Perla Trevizo Arizona Daily Star

Some Syrians families already here fearful that relatives in refugee camps won't be able to come.

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Comments on terrorism and Paris attacks, Mormon anti-gay backlash, JTED funding. 

The Lebanese family tragedy highlights how the flood of refugees is encouraging more disenchanted around the region to take the journey to Eur…

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Reader opinions on Planned Parenthood, higher property taxes, UA president's housing allowance. 

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Reader questions on bond projects spending, refugee response, city's sanctuary policy.

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Strong emphasis on language skills comes from personal experience.

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Donald Trump, plastic bags, and Syrian refugees are on our readers' minds.

For the first time, refugees join Iskashitaa staff. 

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The Middle Eastern Presbyterian Fellowship finds community in language, shared experiences. 

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  • By Steve Kozachik Special to the Arizona Daily Star

Project Mariposa steps in to help stranded immigrants abandoned by their countries.

  • By Darren DaRonco Arizona Daily Star

A consulate staffer will visit Tucson next week to check out sites.

Editor’s note: Perla Trevizo reported this story as part of an exchange program to Kenya administered by the International Center for Journalists.

  • John Hudson and Noah Shachtman Foreign Policy

WASHINGTON - With conditions continuing to deteriorate in Syria, the Obama administration is making a major policy shift by agreeing for the f…

  • Veronica M. Cruz Arizona Daily Star

Zamzam Hirsi, one of 26 refugee youths who became U.S. citizens at a ceremony Tuesday, had a simple message for her peers.

  • Becky Pallack Arizona Daily Star

The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a settlement agreement with Marana over an ongoing wastewater dispute in a 4-1 vote Tuesday.


Eh Ray Roe Paw, pictured at her graduation last year, will speak and serve as translator for her mother, Kan Myint, right. At left is Eh Ray R…

  • Submitted by H. Deon Holt Academy Village Volunteer

Next Thursday Academy Village will host the third and final talk in a series by refugees from troubled countries in south Asia and Africa who …