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  • They risked their lives for U.S. troops - and in return face poverty, violence in Sacramento

    Sacramento has become a major destination for Afghan refugees who translated for U.S. troops or otherwise served in the war effort. But California hasn't provided the better life they expected. Marked for death by the Taliban at home, they've endured poverty and violence in Sacramento. "No Safe Place" is a special report coming Sunday in The Sacramento Bee and at Sacbee.com.

Sacramento has become a major destination for Afghan refugees who translated for U.S. troops or otherwise served in the war effort. But California hasn't provided the better life they expected. Marked for death by the Taliban at home, they've endured poverty and violence in Sacramento. "No Safe Place" is a special report coming Sunday in The Sacramento Bee and at Sacbee.com. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy
Sacramento has become a major destination for Afghan refugees who translated for U.S. troops or otherwise served in the war effort. But California hasn't provided the better life they expected. Marked for death by the Taliban at home, they've endured poverty and violence in Sacramento. "No Safe Place" is a special report coming Sunday in The Sacramento Bee and at Sacbee.com. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy
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May 17, 2017 1:07 PM

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