Emtisal Bazara cries as she and her husband, Ahmad Bazara, both recent Syrian immigrants, look on at a Jan. 29 rally in Seattle opposing President Donald Trump's executive order barring citizens from several countries from entering the U.S. The couple arrived in the Seattle area with two of their four children in December, four years after leaving Aleppo as refugees. They said their two adult children have been denied entry because of Trump's order.
Emtisal Bazara cries as she and her husband, Ahmad Bazara, both recent Syrian immigrants, look on at a Jan. 29 rally in Seattle opposing President Donald Trump's executive order barring citizens from several countries from entering the U.S. The couple arrived in the Seattle area with two of their four children in December, four years after leaving Aleppo as refugees. They said their two adult children have been denied entry because of Trump's order. Elaine Thompson AP
Emtisal Bazara cries as she and her husband, Ahmad Bazara, both recent Syrian immigrants, look on at a Jan. 29 rally in Seattle opposing President Donald Trump's executive order barring citizens from several countries from entering the U.S. The couple arrived in the Seattle area with two of their four children in December, four years after leaving Aleppo as refugees. They said their two adult children have been denied entry because of Trump's order. Elaine Thompson AP

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