What's at stake: Refugee policy
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What's at stake in the US election: Refugee policy

One decision faced by the next President will be how to deal with Syrian refugees and whether or not take in more or less than the current 10,000 promised by President Obama.

Compared to other countries, especially in Europe, the US takes in far fewer refugees in relationship to the size of its population.

The BBC's Rajini Vaidyanathan explains the candidates' plans.

Produced by Franz Strasser and Mat Morrison.

  • 02 Nov 2016
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