Iraqi Refugees News
2 Terror Arrests Made In Texas and California Overnight
Both men were refugees, authorities said.
German History Museum Explores 6 Decades of Immigration
Germany's main national history museum is exploring six decades of immigration into the country, from the arrival of the first southern European guest workers to today's migrant influx from the Arab world and elsewhere
2 Iraqi Refugees Make Court Appearances on Terror-Related Charges
Two Iraqi refugees who were arrested on terror related charges, made court appearances Friday in California and Texas. Federal authorities in Texas unsealed a three-count indictment Thursday against Omar Faraj Saeed al-Hardan, 24, of Houston. Al-Hardan, a Palestinian born in Iraq, came to the
2 Refugees Arrested on Terror-Related Charges
The two refugees -- one in Sacramento and one in Houston - were arrested Thursday, according to the Department of Justice.
Feds Arrest Two Refugees on Terror-related Charges
The Department of Justice says officials arrested two Iraqi refugees in separate incidents on terror-related charges.
What Congress Has Planned for 2016
Looking for your congressman in the new year? Try the campaign trail. After a productive and tumultuous 2015, lawmakers begin 2016 with roughly 30 work weeks on the schedule, a lighter load meant to accommodate the presidential conventions in July and reelection races. Lawmakers still have a full
Couple Works to Rescue More Than 100 Christians Fleeing ISIS
Inside the dangerous rescue mission to deliver the Iraqi families from under the control of the terror group.
Young Iraqi Christian Refugee Forgives ISIS for Displacing Family
A young Iraqi Christian girl, whose family has been living in a refugee camp after fleeing ISIS threats, says she forgives the terrorist group and shared her hope for the future. “Yes I forgive them,” Myriam told ABC News “ 20/20 ” co-anchor Elizabeth Vargas, adding that “as Jesus said ‘forgive
The 2009 Discovery of Terrorists in Kentucky Comes Full Circle
A group of at least 10 U.S. senators wants to know whether the government has any more information about a security breach that led to a six-month shutdown of the Iraqi refugee program five years ago, and whether the United States has information on any other suspected terrorists who might have