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>> Syrian university students fleeing war and facing an American administration that views Syrian refugees with heightened suspicion, getting a warm welcome in Mexico. A small, but growing group of Syrian refugees are heading there in order to complete their education. Syrian student Amir Bara, arriving this week in Mexico City, draped in the local flag and speaking the national language.
> The scene at Mexico's international airport is in stark contrast to the protest earlier this year at US airports. Following President Trump's now-defunct travel ban against residents coming from seven predominantly Muslim countries, including Bara's home country, Syria.
Hopefully, I go back to my family and friends in Syria to take part in the reconstruction.>>
Mexico taking in refugees as Mexicans living in America are facing massive deportations. And a tougher time crossing the border with Trump repeatedly pledging to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it.