Study says US allies lagging on refugees

US allies, especially those in the Pacific, were accused of not carrying their fair share of responsibility for the Indochinese refugee problem. The criticism stems from a congressional study showing that the United States had resettled 388,802 Indochinese up to July, far more than any other country, with another 168,000 estimated to enter the US next year. France had taken 66,245; Canada, 60,625; Australia, 39,464; and Japan, only 500.

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