Secretary John Kerry discusses refugee issues with US senators:

U.S. Will Resettle 5,000 Additional Refugees Next Year
September 09, 2015  |By Mary Clare Jalonick, Bradley Klapper / AP
Susan Walsh—AP
Secretary of State John Kerry arrives for a meeting on the escalating migrant crisis in Washington, on Sept. 9, 2015.
(WASHINGTON) — Officials say the United States is prepared to increase the number of refugees it resettles by 5,000 next year as European countries struggle to accommodate tens of thousands of refugees from the Middle East and Africa.
Two officials and a congressional aide said that Secretary of State John Kerry told members of Congress in a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill Wednesday that the United States will boost its worldwide quota for resettling refugees from 70,000 to 75,000 next year. A fraction of those refugees would be from Syria.
Kerry said after the meeting that the United States would increase the number of refugees it is willing to take in but did not give a specific number.
The officials and the congressional aide spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the private meeting on the record.
It is great promising that the biggest UNHCR donors like US to consider the Refugee  issues kindly around the World but it  would be better if it is handled the same in the UNHCR globally.
By:Kassim Isse Dhuhulow (Mr.blackgold),
Freelance Journalist and advocate for Somali Community in India.

Central Somali Community in India:
“Exposing  the Massive Corruption Involved by the Staff of the UNHCR Office in New Delhi-India”.
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