Congo activist seeks U.S. asylum

March 23, 2017

By KATELYN ROBERTS In Central Africa, Arnaud Davy Mambanza Mboungou had two full-time jobs: working as an oil engineer for Haliburton and taking care of his deceased older brother’s children. Fleeing his home in 2016 to seek asylum was not part of the plan. Mambanza Mboungou, 36, left Pointe- Noire, a city in the Republic […]

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Iraq refugee designs an American dream

February 13, 2014

By LARRY GAURANO   Hasan Alsuhil’s American dream started on the streets of Iraq.   Alsuhil, 39, is a graphic design student at Pima Community College. He arrived in the United States five years ago and has lived in Tucson ever since.   In Iraq, Alsuhil lived with many restrictions.   “If you had the […]

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