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When it comes to Americans favorite foods, they really love their protein.New research commissioned by Davidsons Safest Choice Pasteurized Eggs trans sex video shows that steak is the countrys all-time favorite food.Chicken, beef, bacon and corned beef also appear in the top ten, taking the second, fifth, seventh and eighth spots respectively.
Take a escort girl bite: New data collected from 1,300 American men and women shows that steak is the countrys all-time favorite food, followed by chicken, pizza, waffles and beefResearchers took a poll of 1,300 men and women across the country to reach their findings.Revealing some of our unhealthier habits, pizza came in at number three, followed by waffles at number four.The first fruit to appear on the list is pineapple, which is in eleventh place. Americas second favorite fruit are blueberries, which came is in 18th place, followed by bananas in 20th place.And according to the survey, peanut butter is the countrys favorite spread, coming in 12th place on the list.
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When it comes to cheese, mozzarella is the top choice in sixth place on the list. Next up is cheddar, which comes in 37th place.And some of the more surprising entries are halibut, in 42nd place, and rice pudding, which rounds out the list at number 50. More than half of those surveyed say that caviar is their least loved food, followed by liver and Brussels sprouts. However 12per cent say they dont hate any foods.It also emerged three out of four Americans consider eggs as a food favorite, naming them as one of the items they cant live without in the refrigerator, behind milk and cheese.It’s no surprise to us that eggs are such a popular choice among Americans, said Greg West, President, Davidsons Safest Choice Pasteurized Eggs.Since our company began in 2003, we’ve pasteurized nearly 2billion eggs. Our patented process eliminates the threat of Salmonella ensuring the safety of all preparations of our eggs. Pasteurization gives our consumers peace of mind. AMERICAS 50 FAVORITE FOODS    1. Steak2. Chicken3. Pizza4. Waffles5. Beef6. Mozzarella cheese7. Bacon8. Corned beef9. Avocado10. Pasta11. Pineapple12. Peanut Butter13. Hamburgers14. Sushi15. Pancakes16. Noodles17. Chocolate18. Blueberries19. Salmon20. Banana21. Ice Cream22. Ham23. Oysters24. Mashed potatoes25. Soup 26. Asparagus27. Sweet potato28. Donuts29. Turkey30. Candy31. Grapes32. Popcorn33. Cashew nuts34. Eggs35. Watermelon36. Tuna37. Cheddar cheese38. Prawns39. Strawberries40. Artichokes41. Asparagus42. Halibut43. Almonds44. Mango45. Meatballs46. Apples47. Lamb48. Sweetcorn49. Mushrooms50. Rice pudding
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Britain must regain control of its borders or quit the European Union, Boris Johnson warned yesterday.The London Mayor said it vip eskort was a ‘deception’ to claim Britain could control immigration while diktats from Brussels over freedom of movement were in place.His escort bayan comments were seen as a criticism of the Prime Minister who had said he would cut net migration to the escort tens of thousands – even though he had no control over the number of EU workers flooding in.Mr Johnson said bayan escort reclaiming control over our borders should be the ‘number one’ priority in the renegotiation with the EU.
Boris Johnson took aim at Labours Tony Blair for opening Britains borders to Poland in 2004, but also David Camerons pre-election pledge to cut immigration to the tens of thousands. 
He said David Cameron should be brave enough to lead the campaign to walk out of the EU in the 2017 referendum if Brussels fails to cede enough powers.His tough words on immigration come just days after Ukip surged to victory in the Clacton by-election and came close to winning the Labour seat of Heywood and Middleton in the North West. And they came amid claims the Prime Minister could face a leadership challenge if he loses another seat to Ukip.
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The mayor told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show that the Tories under Mr Cameron had been guilty of ‘deception’ over immigration because of Europe’s open borders.He said it had been wrong for the party to claim at the last election that it was possible to control immigration from the EU.Challenging Mr Cameron to be tougher in his negotiations with Brussels, he said: ‘It’s obviously axiomatic that if we don’t get the reform that we need in 2016-17 then I think we should campaign to come out.‘But on the border controls thing; that is critical. That is emerging as the number one thing that we need probably to sort out in this negotiation.’ 
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The London Mayor insisted that if Mr Camerons plans to claw powers back from Brussels fail, he would back Britain leaving the EU altogetherThe Prime Minister has promised to claw back powers over our borders as part of his promised renegotiation of powers ahead of an in/out referendum by the end of 2017.Yesterday Mr Johnson said that if this was not achieved, he would campaign for us to come out of Europe. Asked if Mr Cameron should promise to lead the Out of EU campaign if the negotiations do not go well, the mayor said: ‘Yes, I do think that.’He said there had been two ‘big deceptions’ over the past decade; the first being Tony Blair’s opening of the borders to Eastern Europeans in 2004 when other countries imposed restrictions.The other, he said, was ‘saying we could control the numbers when we couldn’t’. This was seen as a reference to Mr Cameron’s pledge at the last election to cut migration from the hundreds of thousands to the tens of thousands.
Freedom of movement within the EU is non-negotiable
While the number of people leaving the UK has remained at around 80,000, the numbers arriving from the EU have risen sharply
Net migration from EU countries has risen sharply in recent years, hitting 131,000 in the 12 months to March 2014, according to data from the Office for National StatisticsDespite the Prime Minister’s immigration pledge, the numbers arriving each year have continued to top 200,000, fuelled mostly by large numbers from the EU.Meanwhile, it emerged that one Cabinet minister believes that Mr Cameron could face a leadership ballot if the Tories lose next month’s Rochester and Strood by-election to Ukip. Former Tory MP Mark Reckless is standing for Ukip there after defecting last month. The minister was quoted as saying: ‘If Reckless wins Rochester, there’ll be 46 names.’This is a reference to the 46 MPs who would need to sign a motion calling for a Conservative leadership vote under party rules.But he added: ‘Cameron would win. But it would be very damaging.’Last night a former Tory Cabinet minister said it seemed ‘implausible’ that there would be a ballot so close to an election. ‘I don’t know where the 46 would come from,’ he said.And a party source said everyone was ‘focused on fighting hard to win Rochester and Strood’.One Tory MP tried to dispel rumours of a leadership challenge. Mark Pritchard said: ‘Even if we lose Rochester, which we will not, now is not the time, with 200 plus days to go to the general election, for a change of leader.’ 

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Leicester earned the win they desperately needed on Friday night to avert an early-season crisis but their injury epidemic has porn claimed another England casualty, with Tom Croft ruled out for six weeks.One step forward, one step back. No sooner had escort the Tigers ended a run of three consecutive defeats than they were forced to confirm that their England flanker had escort bayan a knee operation on Thursday and will miss the autumn internationals.Leicester director of rugby, Richard Cockerill, revealed: ‘Crofty’s had a child porno screw taken out of his knee that was irritating the joint. He’s probably six weeks away from playing. It is disappointing for him and us.’ 
Blaine Scully of Leicester Tigers runs in for the opening try against Harlequins at Welford Road
American winger Blaine Scully slides under the posts to score the first try of the Aviva Premiership matchCroft has long been blighted by injuries. The Lion missed almost the whole of last season after suffering serious knee damage. He was side-lined for half of the previous campaign after major neck surgery. Short bursts of activity are being interrupted by long spells of recuperation. It is a worrying pattern for the 28-year-old.Leicester already had a long injury list, so the loss of another key man is the last thing Cockerill needed. For England, Croft becomes the latest absentee up front, joining the likes of Dan Cole, Alex Corbisiero, Tom Youngs, Geoff Parling and Tom Johnson.This injury bulletin overshadowed a vital win for the embattled Tigers. It wasn’t pretty or emphatic, but the result was all that mattered. They had circled the wagons in the run-up to this match, amid tough questions about Cockerill’s regime, and the siege mentality produced the desired outcome. They tightened their game to suit the grim conditions and a dominant pack saw them through.Blaine Scully’s early try set the nervous home side on their way and the boot of Owen Williams, though erratic at times, contributed the other 17 points. Freddie Burns’ tactical kicking turned the screw on Quins, Mathew Tait excelled at full back and the Tigers were particularly well served by several forwards, led by man of the match Graham Kitchener, Jamie Gibson and Fraser Balmain.
Nick Evans of Harlequins kicks over Leicester fly-half Freddie Burns as Charlie Matthews watches on
Leicester director of rugby Richard Cockerill patrols the touchline of the Midlands groundThe immediate upshot is that Leicester — who came in on the back of defeats to Bath, London Irish and Gloucester — climbed three places to seventh in the table and avoided a first four-game losing run for a decade. Yet, this meant more than just four league points. There was palpable relief at Welford Road as the Tigers did enough to stop the rot and, potentially, generate vital confidence ahead of next week’s start of the new European Champions Cup.Cockerill said: ‘I’m happy for the players and for the club as a whole. We’ve stuck together and this relieves the pressure a bit. But it’s not all fixed yet; it’s just one game. Hopefully, we have come through the other side, but we’ll see in the next few weeks.’Leicester went ahead with a fourth-minute try, courtesy of a slick counter-attack. Ben Youngs and Manu Tuilagi combined to send Gibson clear out wide and the flanker drew the last defender before releasing Scully to scorch clear and round to the posts. Williams and Nick Evans engaged in a kicking duel for the bulk of a disjointed game until Quins rallied with a late try. Nine minutes from time, the visitors sent a penalty to the left corner, won the lineout, drove repeatedly infield and Karl Dickson stepped through a gap to score.Evans converted and that was enough to snatch a bonus point. Quins boss Conor O’Shea said: ‘We got stuck in the middle of the pitch and they won the kicking contest. We didn’t play in the right areas of the pitch and our lineout didn’t function.’
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An irate Will.i.am took to twitter to criticise United Airlines for being left behind after his seat on a flight porno from New York to China was given away.The Black Eyed Peas rapper arrived at the New York airport 45 porno minutes before the international flight was due to take off but airport officials were unable to let him on the flight.He quickly broadcast his frustrations to his 12 million twitter followers in a series of angry posts.Scroll down for video 
Not a happy bunny: Will.i.am criticised United Airlines after his seat was given away on international flightThe first said: Make sure when you fly china via @united you get to the airport 1day before because theyll give your seats away He followed with: Im flying to china and @united just gave my seats away….#wtfThe rant continued with a list of examples of other airlines the star flies which he doesnt experience trouble with. 
Will.i.ams tweet showing United Airline logo and jokingly warning passengers to check in a day early
Angry: The rapper expressed disbelief at the airlines decision to give away his seat to another passenger I fly@BA @quantas @koreanAIR @singaporeAIR & they wait for premium passengers to arrive…they dont give away your seat like @united  The rapper whose real name is William Adams then explained what a close call it had been. Plane leave at 1:15 I got to the airport at 12:30…@united is the worse…I should have learned from the last @united experience  
Premium passenger: According to the star, had he been travelling with other airlines, they would have waited
A small window: He left 45 minutes to check in, get through security and board according to another tweetUnited Airline representatives advise travellers to check in at the airport at least an hour before their scheduled departure time. 
Star treatment: Rapper tweeted airlines such as British Airways and Singapore Airlines would wait for premium passengers to arrive
Bad PR: Earlier this year will.i.am said hed been removed from a United Airline Global First LoungeWhile some Twitter users were sympathetic to his plight, others responded less so. Chartered financial planner from Aberdeen Mhairi Hay @Mhairi72 commented @iamwill @united dont be so spoiled…..45 mins b4 a transatlantic flight due to leave is not enough..needs to be 1 hr 30 mins!Its not the rappers first run in with United Airlines.Earlier this year he tweeted that hed been removed from a United Airline Global First Lounge after staff suspected his membership card was fake.
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UK savers face a retirement income shortfall of nearly £100 a week, new research suggested today.While people in the UK escort need on average £409 per week during retirement to pay for living and housing costs, the amount they are actually escort bayan saving will provide them an income of just £312.That is a shortfall of £96.69 a week – or more than bayan escort £5,000 a year – according to a survey of the savings behaviour of 18,000 people commissioned by pensions provider Friends eskort Life. 
UK Retirement Savings map: Londoners save the least amount of money for retirement, while those in the West Midlands, Scotland and South East, invest the maximum they can afford into retirementPeople commonly rely on income from the state pension, savings, investments, property and private and workplace pensions to fund their retirement, with 58 per cent of Britons saving into some sort of pension. Nearly a quarter of those (23 per cent) put aside the maximum they can afford, the report said.But soaring living costs, including rent and mortgage repayments, coupled with a lack of planning and lack of awareness, mean most savers are expected to face an income shortfall during their older age. 
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6 PENSION TIPS BY FRIENDS LIFE  1. Think about savings as a whole. Individuals should investigate all the options available to determine which solutions suit them best.2. Consider carefully how much is affordable. People need to think now about what they spend most of their money on, and what they are likely to be spending their money on as they reach retirement age.3. Make sure youre in. Under auto-enrolment, all employers in the UK need to provide a pension scheme to their eligible employees and automatically enrol them into it. Auto-enrolment has started for lots of employers, with the rest required to follow suit by 2018.4. Consider consolidating savings. Few of us stay in the same job for our entire career which means many people have different pension pots. By consolidating your pension into one pot it can become much easier to manage and track the pension pots investment performance. You can potentially receive lower charges on just one pot. Consolidation will not be appropriate for everyone so it may help to speak with a financial adviser. Charges may apply.5. Get the full picture. The Government is introducing a flat-rate state pension in April 2016, and getting rid of complicated second pension and pension credit add-ons. This will make it much easier to put state and private benefits together to get a combined potential income at retirement.6. Invest in something thats right. Most pension schemes offer access to a wide range of investment options. The range, different levels of risk, charges and other factors can make choosing an option difficult. It may help to speak to an independent financial adviser (charges may apply), or make use of tools offered by providers that can guide people towards investments that may be suitable for their circumstances.  The picture varies from region to region, with more than half of people in the East of England East Midlands and South West admitting to not saving a penny for retirement.The situation is better in the West Midlands, Scotland and the South East, three regions where the study recorded the highest proportion of people investing the maximum they can afford into retirement.Londoners, who save the least amount of money for retirement, are expected to fall short by £123.87 per week, followed by those in the East of England facing an income shortfall of £105.38 per week, Friends Life said.But London is also the city with the highest living costs at £228 per week, according to official figures. This means that people focus on spending ‘in the now’, with the aim to get on the property ladder having priority over saving for retirement. The most realistic about the amount of money they will need during retirement are those in South West and North East, but even they will fall short by an average of £85.37 and £84.92 per week respectively.Andy Briggs, group chief executive at Friends Life, said: ‘It is encouraging to see areas of the UK where savers are actively managing their finances for their future.‘Acting today means these people are best positioned to secure the future they want in retirement.‘However, our Retirement Savings Map shows that there are worrying areas of financial deficit where a combination of a lack of awareness, lack of planning and soaring living costs mean a future situation of income shortfall.’Looking at cities across the UK, people living in Edinburgh are the most proactive in pension saving for the future, while people in Bristol and Sheffield are the most aware of their expected income and spending habits in later years. Birmingham residents face one of the greatest financial shortfalls of all the UK, only second to London.  

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A film fanatic father has found a way to make sure his daughter is never late for school – in his Back To The Future DeLorean.Every morning Steve Wickenden takes Molly, eight, to school in an exact replica of the car that takes Marty McFly and mad scientist Doc back in time in the much-loved 1985 film.But instead of heading to 1955 Hill Valley, California, Steve and Molly drive around their home town of Deal in Kent.Scroll down for video 
Outatime: Molly, eight, gets to go to school in a time machine (sort of) thanks to her movie fanatic fathers obsession with the 1985 hit comedy Back To The Future
The power of love: Steve had Universal Studios in the U.S. turn his car into a replica of the time machine, and added more features himself for maximum accuracy
Uncanny: Top, Steves cars dashboard and below, a Delorean prop used in Back To The Future III
Steve said: We certainly turn a few heads. There are always people waving and beeping at us when we drive past.There certainly isnt anyone else at the school gates with a flux capacitor, he added, referencing the technological marvel that turns the DeLorean into a time machine.
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He says fellow drivers have even followed them home just to get a picture with the painstakingly-recreated motor. 
Time twins: Left, the car from the film and right, Steves fully working replica, which he uses to drop Molly off at school
Classic: The quintessential 80s film still draws crowds to the cinema and special screening events to this day. Left, Michael J Fox as Marty McFly and Christopher Lloyd as Doc STEVES DELOREAN VS THE BACK TO THE FUTURE DELOREAN Fuel source:Steves DeLorean: PetrolFilm car: Plutonium/lightning bolt/fusion from household wasteWhat happens when it hits 88mph?Steves DeLorean: Steve runs the risk of a speeding convictionFilm car: Travels back in time, resulting in hijinks and a subplot about a teenager going on a date with his own motherPower:Steves DeLorean: 2.76 V6 engineFilm car: 1.21 gigawattsDrives on:Steves DeLorean: RoadsFilm car: Where were going, we dont need roads  Classmates are desperate for a ride in the car and Molly and she wants to learn to drive in it when she turns 17.Account manager Steves DeLorean was turned into the 80s time machine by Universal Studios in the run up to films 25th anniversary in 2010.Steve brought the car to the UK and since then its been serving as his familys runaround.Complete with a flux capacitor, an energy reactor and all the dials and clogs, its in such high demand that he hires it out as wedding transport and fundraising events.The movie buff has even added extra features to make it an exact replica of the car in the original movie, so not even the biggest film buffs could tell the difference.Hes invested in neon lights and a sound system to blast classic 80s hits as he drives around.And tinkering in his garage hes managed to attach a gadget to blow gas from the bumpers so it imitates the moment Marty and Doc travel back in time.His upgrades mean he thinks the cars value has soared from the £47,000 he paid for it to between £75,000 to £100,000.Steve said: People cant believe it when we drive it down the street.They wave and beep at us, weve even had a few people follow us home in their cars just for the chance of a picture with it.Our car is exactly the same as what you have seen Michael J Fox driving.The original from the film is in such a state of disrepair that its not driveable so this as close as you can get really.Even though we get some funny looks, we love the car.My wife bought it for me as a gift and its great that its not just a show piece. It is road legal and we are always taking it for a spin.
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1.21 gigawatts or unleaded? In the absence of plutonium or a handy lightning strike, Steve has to fill up at the local station
Drivers have even followed the father and daughter home just to get a picture with the painstakingly-recreated motor
Proud: Molly loves her fathers car and hopes to learn to drive in it. She says her classmates are desperate for a spin too.
His upgrades mean he thinks the cars value has soared from the £47,000 he paid for it to between £75,000 to £100,000
Steve admits some people give the car a funny look, but most people are delighted when they see him driving around
The movie buff has even added extra features to make it an exact replica of the car in the original movie, so not even the biggest film buffs could tell the differenceHe added: People always think its going to be really nippy but its not actually that fast.But thanks to the time-travelling qualities, we always make sure Mollys not late for school.Molly said: Its the best way to get to school and all my friends are jealous that I get such a cool lift.I definitely want to learn to drive in the DeLorean. 

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(CNN) — Every day, refugees and migrants risk their lives as they seek a new life. Now, a new report from the International Organization for Migration has put a figure to the number of victims: at least 40,000 deaths since 2000.
More than half of those who died — some 22,000 — were trying to get to Europe, the IOM said.
Nearly 6,000 more migrant deaths occurred along the U.S.-Mexico border and another 3,000 deaths from migration routes including Africas Sahara Desert and the waters of the Indian Ocean, according to the groups research.

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Our message is blunt: migrants are dying who need not, said IOM Director General William Lacy Swing.
It is time to do more than count the number of victims. It is time to engage the world to stop this violence against desperate migrants.
The IOM report, published Monday and titled Fatal Journeys — Tracking Lives Lost during Migration, puts the number of those killed trying to reach Europe at nearly 4,000 since the start of 2013.
More than three-quarters of those victims died in the first nine months of this year, many of them drowning after being trafficked in unseaworthy vessels from the shores of the Middle East and North Africa across the Mediterranean.
Two shipwrecks off the tiny Italian island of Lampedusa last October, in which more than 400 migrants died, made headlines around the world and prompted calls for action.
Italys navy launched Operation Mare Nostrum to try to find and rescue stranded migrants. Nonetheless, there have been many more shipwrecks and many more deaths in the year since.
Just this month, witnesses told the IOM that as many as 500 people had died, including women and children, when human traffickers intentionally sunk their boat in the Mediterranean off Malta. Only 11 survivors have been found.
Some of those on board were fleeing conflict in Syria or Gaza; others were looking for the chance to escape persecution or poverty and build a better life.
Eritreans and Syrians made up the largest number of those arriving in Italy so far this year, the IOM said.
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Amnesty International: Survival test
Rights group Amnesty International released a new report Tuesday, accusing the European Union and its member states of imposing a survival test on refugees and migrants.
Its research puts the number of those killed in the Mediterranean so far this year at at least 2,500 people.
In the absence of safe and regular routes into Europe, accepting the risk of drowning in the central Mediterranean is the price many refugees and migrants must pay to access asylum or job opportunities, it said.
The group calls for Europe to do more, pointing out that while Italy has shouldered the burden of migrant rescues in the Mediterranean over the past yea, it is unwilling to do so indefinitely. This is partly because it then takes responsibility for those rescued, who often want to reach other European nations.
If Italy does scale down its operation without a new system in place or a better response by the European Union border agency, Frontex, many more lives will be lost at sea, the human rights group cautions.
Amnesty International also warns that with the current unrest in the Middle East and long-running conflicts elsewhere, the number of people trying to reach Europe is unlikely to fall. Tens of thousands of people are trapped in increasingly lawless Libya, a major transit nation, and are seeking a way out, the report said.
With the sealing off of land routes via Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria, many see no option but to embark on the dangerous journey by sea.
In 2013, 48% of all irregular entrants and 63% of all those arriving irregularly by sea to the EU came from Syria, Eritrea, Afghanistan and Somalia, countries torn by conflict and widespread human rights abuses, the report said.
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Harsh response to migrants
The IOM warns that the true number of migrants killed is likely to be considerably higher than the number documented for its report.
Although vast sums of money are spent collecting migration and border control data, very few agencies collect and publish data on migrant deaths, said IOM research chief Frank Laczko.
Many migrants disappear and die without a trace as they make perilous journeys across deserts or seas.
The paradox is that at a time when one in seven people around the world are migrants in one form or another, we are seeing an extraordinarily harsh response to migration in the developed world, said Swing.
Limited opportunities for safe and regular migration drive would-be migrants into the hands of smugglers, feeding an unscrupulous trade that threatens the lives of desperate people. We need to put an end to this cycle.
Undocumented migrants are not criminals. They are human beings in need of protection and assistance, and deserving respect.
By highlighting the awful toll of migration, the IOM hopes to discourage would-be migrants from falling into the hands of unscrupulous criminal gangs and traffickers, as well as pressuring developed nations to change their policies to create more safe avenues of legal migration.
U.S.-Mexico border
An estimated 230 migrants died between January and September of this year trying to cross the U.S.-Mexico border, the report said. Because information from the region is so patchy, the figures dont include the likely several hundred people who die in Central America each year as they make their way north to the border.
Between fiscal year 1998 and fiscal year 2013, a total of 6,029 migrants were found dead on the U.S. side of the border, the report said.
About 100 lives a year have been lost on average in the seas bordering Australia, although the number has dropped off significantly this year, the IOM said.
Most of those who travel by boat depart from Indonesia, with the vast majority in recent years coming from Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Sri Lanka.

CNNs Lindsay Isaac contributed to this report.