Why Syrian Refugees Might Settle in These U.S. Cities

We look at how they’re likely to be a boon rather than a burden to these places.

Syrians migrants leave the Temporary Center for Immigrants and Asylum Seekers in the Spanish enclave of Melilla as they go to a boat to depart to Malaga in Spain after global aid charity Save the Children urged Madrid to help hundreds of Syrian refugee children reach Spanish territory in north Africa. Of the hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria and elsewhere arriving in Europe, Spain has agreed to take in 14,931 in addition to 2,749 whom it accepted in July.

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