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Palestinian woman refugee's story
Alia Salman tells Al Jazeera about how she ended up in the US following the Iraq war.
Last Modified: 20 Jun 2010 03:26 GMT

The United Nation marks World Refugee Day on June 20, a day meant to focus attention on the plight of 40 million uprooted people around the world.

Alia Salman is a Palestinian woman who was living in Iraq until the war changed her life.

Now a resident of Anaheim, California, she tells Al Jazeera her story in her own words.

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