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    John Gak, who originally came from South Sudan to the United States as a refugee in 1995 and became a citizen in 2001, is concerned about his upcoming travel back to South Sudan where he visits every year to do missionary work as a Christian due to President Trump’s executive order.

John Gak, who originally came from South Sudan to the United States as a refugee in 1995 and became a citizen in 2001, is concerned about his upcoming travel back to South Sudan where he visits every year to do missionary work as a Christian due to President Trump’s executive order. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
John Gak, who originally came from South Sudan to the United States as a refugee in 1995 and became a citizen in 2001, is concerned about his upcoming travel back to South Sudan where he visits every year to do missionary work as a Christian due to President Trump’s executive order. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

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