WORLD’S WEALTHIEST COUNTRIES HAVE SETTLED 1.4 PERCENT OF SYRIAN REFUGEES
"Greece, Japan, South Korea, Russia and Slovakia have pledged zero resettlement or admission spaces for Syrian refugees, despite the combined “fair share” total of the five countries exceeding 105,000 places. The United Kingdom has pledged 22 percent of its “fair share” total, while the United States, which has a fair share total of more than 170,000, has pledged 7 percent."
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Article by Lucy Westcott in Newsweek