Five years ago, a woman fled her home in central Africa, arrived in the United States, and days later headed for the Canadian border to seek asylum. A political activist who’d witnessed election fraud, she feared for her life after the militia killed her cousin and another activist. The 29-year-old thought that was the worst she’d experience in her young life, but it was her treatment after Canadian officials turned her away to U.S. immigration in 2015 that years later brings her to tears.
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