Minnesota’s newly resettled Afghan refugees face housing crisis

Econ & Housing

Gul Rahim fled Afghanistan last August, waited five months at a U.S. military base, and eventually found a home in St. Paul for his family of 13. Six months after arriving in Minnesota, he’s facing eviction. “We fought for America for 20 years in Afghanistan,” said Rahim, who served with the Afghan National Security Forces,…

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