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Forced to run from Myanmar, Rohingya find respite in Chicago

  • Aired: 12/25/2017
  • 06:17
  • Rating: NR
While most of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims who escaped harrowing violence ended up in camps in Bangladesh, some have made it to the U.S. That includes dozens of young Rohingyas who have become students in Chicago's public schools. Special correspondent Paris Schutz of WTTW meets some of the refugees, including children, who have turned the Windy City into their new home.
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Chicago has the highest population of Rohingya refugees in the country.
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