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October 30, 2008 7:30 AM

Iraqi family finds safety, peace in a California town

Samuel survived the ambush, but his attackers got rid of him just the same. Hours after a round of bullets strafed his cab, Samuel and his wife decided to leave Iraq, joining an exodus of Assyrian Christians who no longer felt safe in their country.

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