Syrian refugees find new homes in Chapel Hill and Carrboro

By Louis Torres Tailfer

Hadia Zahraoui (far left) and Flicka Bateman (right) help Mahmoud Al-Hamid with paperwork at the Carrboro Refugee Support Center (Louis Tailfer/Carolina Connection)

The Syrian Civil War has displaced around five million one hundred people across borders. A few of these refugees have started building a new life in Carrboro, where the Refugee Support Center helps them settle in their new American setting. Louis Torres Tailfer reports.

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