Refugees in Kenya
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Kenya worried at increasing number of Somali refugees

Parts of Africa are suffering their worst drought in 60 years, affecting more than 10 million people according to the UN.

In Somalia the double impact of war and drought has driven unprecedented numbers of refugees to flee into Kenya to what has become the world's largest refugee camp.

The aid organisation Save the Children is reporting that every day at least 800 children are arriving at Dadaab refugee camp after a long and perilous journey.

From Kenya, Will Ross reports.

  • 28 Jun 2011
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