US: Refugee cap at 45,000 in 2018, marking all-time low

Senior officials in the Trump administration have briefed Congress on the president's plans to cut the number of refugees allowed into the US.

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    Senior officials in the Trump administration have briefed Congress on the president's plans to cut the number of refugees allowed into the US.

    Donald Trump wants to cap the number next year at an all-time low of 45,000 refugees.

    Al Jazeera's Kimberly Halkett reports from Washington, DC.


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