Refugees face grim future in Somalia

Refugees face grim future in Somalia

Nairobi : Kenya | Jul 12, 2012 at 10:29 AM PDT
Source: United Press International
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The humanitarian toll of ongoing security challenges in Somalia is undermining the country's long-term future, a humanitarian official said. The mandate for the interim administration in Somalia ends later this year, though the country has few of the administrative instruments in place that are... FULL ARTICLE AT United Press International
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A Somali refugee walks near Liboi on the border town between Somalia and Kenya
A Somali refugee walks near Liboi on the border town between Somalia and Kenya
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