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US officials begin fingerprinting refugee families on Nauru

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CANBERRA, Australia (AP) – U.S. security officers have begun fingerprinting refugees held on Pacific islands in the final stage of assessing who will find new lives in the United States, asylum seekers said Monday.

Department of Homeland Security officers are taking biometric details from refugees on Nauru, including fingerprints, heights …

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