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Kenya plans to close world’s biggest refugee camp Dadaab

Kenya has announced that it plans to close Dadaab, the world's largest refugee camp, by the end of August

How this 19-year-old fell prey to human traffickers

Unsafe in Somalia and unwanted in Kenya, refugees increasingly risk abduction in search of a better life.

Returning refugees happy to be home, despite hardship

"The returnees are also getting extra assistance to help them settle, including $90 worth of food a month from the World Food Programme"

Camp closure is next health crisis

Sending Dadaab's refugees back to Somalia will become the next health emergency.

Somali women preyed on by rapists amid famine

Somali refugees are falling victim to rape and assault as the region endures its worst drought in over 60 years.

Refugee tide swamps world’s biggest camp

The biggest refugee camp in the world is full, creating a humanitarian emergency that threatens thousands of malnourished children, MSF has warned.

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