A Village Opens Its Arms To Refugees...But The Welcome Isn't Unanimous
Teddy bears are piled high. Clothes overflow makeshift closets. Boxes of jeans and jackets still must be unpacked. Suddenly, a man enters the refugee center carrying pallets of a Belgian specialty--chocolate. "Stop," pleads Billy Jungling, a Red Cross director. "We don't have any more room for donations."
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