Families wait in line as the World Food Program prepares to deliver food aid at the Bidi Bidi refugee camp on Feb. 22 in Arua, Uganda. The continued flow of refugees from South Sudan has pushed the camp's population to more than 270,000. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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As Thousands Flee South Sudan, Ugandan Refugee Camp Becomes World's Largest

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Syrian refugee Monzer Omar, 34, was recently reunited with his family in Germany. Wife Walaa Ahmed, 26, holds 14-month-old Lossin. Omar holds Lamar (left), age 4, and Lojain, 2. Esme Nicholson/NPR hide caption

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In Germany, A Syrian Refugee Is Reunited With His Family

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The sun sets behind an abandoned customs station on the US side of the Canada/U.S. border on Meridian Road in Champlain, N.Y., in Feb. 2017. Geoff Robins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Refugees Leave The U.S. In Hopes Of Better Treatment in Canada

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A person enters the U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, Md., on Wednesday. A judge there imposed a preliminary injunction blocking part of President Trump's new travel ban from going into effect. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Solomon Yhdego gained asylum in Germany after escaping Eritrea when he was forced to join the army. John Ydstie/NPR hide caption

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For Refugees In Germany, Hope And Frustration Mark Path Toward Integration

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Former U.S. Army interpreter Qismat Amin arrived in the U.S. from Afghanistan on Feb. 8. Amin waited nearly four years for his Special Immigrant Visa, living in hiding after receiving death threats from the Taliban for helping American troops. Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP hide caption

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In late 2015, the Obama administration began checking the social media accounts of Syrian refugees seeking to come to the U.S. The practice has continued and may be expanded under the Trump administration. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Administration Weighs Increased Scrutiny Of Refugees' Social Media

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HIAS, a Jewish group that supports refugee resettlement, held a rally against President Trump's immigration ban on Feb. 12 in New York City. The group worries that giving governors the power to veto arrivals — something President Trump wants to do that last week's court ruling did not address — could unravel the resettlement program. Alex Wroblewski/Getty Images hide caption

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People from Yemen arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Wednesday. On Thursday, a three-judge panel upheld a lower court's ruling that suspended President Trump's executive order banning travelers from Yemen and six other majority-Muslim countries. David McNew/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Can The Trump Adminstration Reinstate Its Travel Ban? It's In Judges' Hands

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Betsy Jenson sorts through donated kitchenware, bed sheets and other household goods inside a storage area for the Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia. The refugee resettlement agency uses donations to furnish apartments for newly arrived refugees. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Resettlement Groups Glad For Stay Of Trump's Refugee Plan, But Still Worried

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Munther Alaskry, accompanied by his wife, Hiba; son, Hassan; and daughter, Dima, gather their luggage as they leave JFK International Airport in New York on Feb. 3. Alaskry and his family arrived after the Trump administration reversed course and said he and other interpreters who had supported the U.S. military could come to America. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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The Rev. Adam Hamilton preaches to the congregation at United Methodist Church of the Resurrection outside of Kansas City. The multi-campus church with a membership of more than 20,000 is the largest Methodist church in the U.S. Courtesy of The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection hide caption

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Kansas City Clergyman Seeks Way To Pastor Across The Political Divide

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President Trump speaks on the phone with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, with national security adviser Michael Flynn (center) and chief strategist Steve Bannon in the Oval Office of the White House on Saturday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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A child drags a crate at a refugee camp for Syrians and Kurds north of Athens. Children under age 14 make up nearly half of the Syrian refugees resettled in the U.S. Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At the State Department, employees are expressing concern via an official dissent channel about the Trump administration's temporary visa and refugee ban. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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At State Department, 'Dissent Channel' In High Gear With Refugee Ban Protests

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Protesters at Los Angeles International Airport rally Sunday against President Trump's executive order halting entry of refugees and others into the U.S. Amanda Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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Bilal Askaryar's parents were engaged in Kabul in 1984. The family fled Afghanistan in 1990, when Askaryar was five, and they were granted asylum in the United States. Courtesy of Bilal Askaryar hide caption

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