In May, 2017, Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United Nations, meets with Iraqi and Syrian refugees in an after-school program in Amman, Jordan, that is partially funded by the United States. The former S.C. governor is pledging additional support for refugees fleeing Syria’s long civil war.
In May, 2017, Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United Nations, meets with Iraqi and Syrian refugees in an after-school program in Amman, Jordan, that is partially funded by the United States. The former S.C. governor is pledging additional support for refugees fleeing Syria’s long civil war. Raad Adayleh AP
In May, 2017, Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United Nations, meets with Iraqi and Syrian refugees in an after-school program in Amman, Jordan, that is partially funded by the United States. The former S.C. governor is pledging additional support for refugees fleeing Syria’s long civil war. Raad Adayleh AP

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