family: Now a grade seven student at George Street Middle School, Raghad Al Khlief said she could barely stand up as she waited for her aunt and uncle, and four cousins, to get off the plane, according to CTV. I don't know how I'm feeling, I cannot even describe it right now. The Al Khlief brothers and their families have been separated for the last three years, after one brought his family to New Brunswick during the winter of 2016 and the other stayed behind in Syria. It's like all mixed together, she said. It was around the same time a group of St. Raghad's family came to New Brunswick along with the thousands of Syrian refugees who came to Canada in the winter and spring of 2016. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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