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Stresses anew for refugees resettled in Vt.

Recession adds to pain carried from homeland

Jacob Bogre (center) has worked to help some of the refugees overcome the problems they face. Jacob Bogre (center) has worked to help some of the refugees overcome the problems they face. (Caleb Kenna for The Boston Globe)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / April 27, 2009

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BURLINGTON, Vt. - The complexion of this overwhelmingly white city is undergoing a dramatic change from a continuing surge of refugees, many of whom are now encountering severe stress that officials and volunteers are scrambling to assess and address. (Full article: 994 words)

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