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US-Canada relations / Refugees #1107031

CNN Evening News for Monday, Feb 13, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The opposing views of President Trump & visiting Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau about immigration & border security issues introduced. [TRUDEAU - states our policy of openness for refugees.]

(Emerson, Canada: Sara Sidner) The dangers for people seeking asylum in Canada by traveling from the US in wintry conditions featured; scenes shown from the border of the wave of asylum seekers & from Emerson, Canada. [Somali asylum seekers Hussein AHMED†, Mohamed HOSSAIN†- explain their fears about getting asylum in President Trump's America.] [Emerson resident Brenda PLATT†, Mayor Greg JANZEN†- comment on the refugee arrival.] [Ghanian asylum seekers Seidu MOHAMMED†, MAN - comment on their situations.] What happens to these refugees when they get to Canada discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Sidner, Sara

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