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Five were accepted by Albania several years ago and the Pacific island state earlier this year agreed to temporarily resettle a group of the men.
Toribiong said his government had "agreed to accommodate the United States of America's request to temporarily resettle in Palau up to 17 ethnic Uighur detainees .
The tourists were still upset after they learned that the Chinese Uighurs, twice cleared of being enemy combatants, would resettle on the Island.
He said a member state's decision to resettle a detainee or detainees could not be vetoed by another EU state.
There will be huge human casualties if we fail to resettle these people on time," said Netra Bahadur Shrestha, Bala VDC secretary.
When asked what challenges the United States faces in helping to resettle Iraq War refugees, a State Department spokeswoman said such questions are left to policymakers.
They have all been recently released from prison on condition they take part in the Resettle programme and were assessed before being let out.
Under the deal, around 90 Sri Lankan and Burmese asylum seekers - held at an Australianrun immigration detention camp on the Pacific island nation of Nauru - could be resettled in the United States and Australia could resettle Cubans and Haitians who are seeking asylum at the US naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
CAB boss David Harker said: "Advice and support to help them get their affairs in order can play a major role in helping offenders resettle back into the community and break the cycle of re-offending.
14 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) urged the United States government to quickly identify and resettle vulnerable Iraqi nationals and send assistance to ease the financial burden on countries, including Syria and Jordan, supporting large numbers of Iraqis in the interim.
The government of Canada has accepted to resettle eight hundred of these refugees and they are looking for help from Canadians to resettle two hundred.
We still need some time to find more countries where we can resettle the remaining refugees," explained Robert Breen, United Nations refugee agency (UNHCR) representative for Jordan.