Trump's Muslim ban: Fate uncertain for refugees in Indonesia awaiting resettlement in US

By Jewel Topsfield
Updated January 30 2017 - 6:43pm, first published 5:40pm
Fate uncertain: Saira (not her real name), a Hazara refugee in Indonesia had been accepted for resettlement in the US. Photo: Dewi Nurcahyani
Fate uncertain: Saira (not her real name), a Hazara refugee in Indonesia had been accepted for resettlement in the US. Photo: Dewi Nurcahyani
Saira, right, speaks with Fairfax Media Indonesia Correspondent Jewel Topsfield at the Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre.  Photo: Dewi Nurcahyani
Saira, right, speaks with Fairfax Media Indonesia Correspondent Jewel Topsfield at the Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre. Photo: Dewi Nurcahyani
Sardar "Sammy" Hussein, in Indonesia from Afghanistan, has been told his resettlement in the US will go ahead.
Sardar "Sammy" Hussein, in Indonesia from Afghanistan, has been told his resettlement in the US will go ahead.

Jakarta: After three years of life in limbo in Indonesia, Hazara refugee "Saira" and nine of her extended family members received wonderful news from the UN refugee agency in October - they would be resettled in the United States.

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