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While diplomats prepare for next week's Syria peace conference, refugee officials warn there may not be a political settlement that allows all the millions of displaced Syrians to return to their homeland. The U.N. High Commission for Refugees wants the world community to take in some 30,000 Syrians. Renee Montagne discusses U.S. refugee policy with Sharon Waxman, vice president of the New York-based International Rescue Committee.
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