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Increasing numbers of drought refugees seek shelter in Kenya

The refugee camp in Dadaab in Kenya has become the biggest refugee camp world-wide with some 380,000 people seeking shelter. They have come from Somalia, Ethopia and the drought-ridden areas in Kenya. And the influx is not about to cease any time soon - every day, more and more refugees come to Dadaab.

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Report: Antje Diekhans/Sarah Steffen