Resettling Afghans in the US is proving a slow process

The World

Thousands of Afghans are still trying to flee Afghanistan or are somewhere en route to a new home. The US and Canada have historically been the world's two leading countries for refugee resettlement, but they've struggled to meet the needs of this group. Reporter Emma Jacobs looks at the bureaucratic challenges facing those trying to leave Afghanistan, people who are stuck in third countries or waiting in military bases in the United States.