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Kyra Gurney, Anjali Tsui, David Iaconangelo, Selina Cheng – U.S. Becoming a Popular Destination for Rich Foreigners Avoiding Corruption Charges

Wealthy politicians and businessmen suspected of corruption in their native lands are fleeing to a safe haven where their wealth and influence shields them from arrest. They have entered this country on a variety of visas, including one designed to encourage investment. Some have applied for asylum, which is intended to protect people fleeing oppression and political persecution. The increasingly …

Heidi Shin – Massachusetts Clinic Treats Refugees With Mindfulness and Medicine From Home

Doctors at a health clinic in Lowell, Massachusetts, had a problem: Their exam rooms reminded refugee patients of torture chambers. The stethoscopes, the blood pressure cuff squeezing your arm—they looked like the torture devices used on their families, during Cambodia’s genocide. Sonith Peou was just 24 when the Khmer Rouge pounded on the door of his family’s home, and took …