Afghan refugees struggle one year after US resettlement
Mark Niu

It has been a year since the Taliban took over Afghanistan. Since that time more than 120,000 Afghans were airlifted out and resettled around the world. Nearly two-thirds [76,000] came to the U.S. 

While relieved to escape, the refugees are also confronted with the challenge of adapting to a new life … in a radically different culture. 

Reporter Mark Niu has more from the U.S. state of California.

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