UN camp planned in Kenya for Sudanese refugees

04/26/2012 | Reuters · Guardian (London), The · Al Jazeera

A refugee camp is slated to be opened by the United Nations in northern Kenya to accommodate refugees from Sudan and South Sudan who are expected soon to max out the Kakuma camp, which can hold 100,000 people. Civilians are suffering most from the cross-border fighting that has sent a flood of refugees, too, into camps in South Sudan.

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