Somali refugee in Dadaab
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Inside the world's biggest refugee camp

Dadaab was meant as a temporary home for Somalis fleeing their country's civil war. Twenty five years later, it's home to 330,000 people - and the third biggest city in Kenya. This week, the Kenyan government announced plans to try and close it down.

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  • 14 May 2016
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