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Bangladeshi authorities said Tuesday that according to an agreement reached earlier in the day, the government of neighboring Myanmar would identify and resettle the refugees now living in the no man's land at Tombru border point, presstv reported.
PNG has offered to resettle some refugees, but is demanding greater assistance from Australia to do it.
Deputy president William Ruto said Sh70 million will be set aside to resettle the people.
The US admitted just under 85,000 refugees last year, and former President Obama was aiming to resettle 110,000 refugees this year.
Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Children Carl Sargeant and the Scottish Secretary for Communities, Social Security and Equalities, Angela Constance have sent a joint letter to Immigration Minister Brandon Lewis which criticises "lack of planning and sharing of useful information" in the Dubs scheme to resettle the children.
THE United States has agreed to resettle refugees languishing in Pacific island camps in a deal that is expected to inspire more asylum seekers to attempt to reach Australia by boat.
Citing security concerns, Abbott's office said Texas will no longer participate in the federal program, which helps thousands of refugees from around the world resettle in the state.
20 -- The Government has decided to resettle Internally Displaced Persons living in welfare Centres in the North.
During a high-level meeting convened by the UNHCR on "Global Responsibility Sharing through Pathways for Admission of Syrian Refugees" held in Geneva, a statement by US Deputy Secretary of State Heather Higginbottom reaffirmed US commitment to resettle at least 10,000 Syrians in Fiscal Year 2016.
amp;nbsp;In the past several months since late 2015, Trudeau has warmly welcomed 26,166 Syrian refugees arriving to Canada, and an additional 2,382 refugees have been approved to travel to Canada and resettle in 260 communities across the country, according to (http://www.
This is true of Canada, which initially was not going to resettle any single men.
Abbott is among nearly two dozen governors, mostly Republicans, who have vowed to block efforts to resettle Syrian refugees in their states following the Nov.
In his statement about the closing of his own state, Bentley urged a shift in US State Department policy, who earlier this year agreed to resettle more refugees in the wake of the massive influx hitting Europe.
The US has been criticized by human rights groups for not doing more to resettle Syrian refugees.
City council leader Sir Albert Bore, health service chief Andrew Coward and housing provider Aspire Supported Living have all agreed to help resettle more Syrians in the city this year.
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