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Rape, militia and health fears mean Somali refugees want to stay in Kenya: charity

NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - More than eight out of 10 Somalis living in the world's largest refugee camp, which Kenya plans to close by November, are unwilling to return home, fearing rape, forced recruitment into militias and lack of medical care, a charity said on Wednesday.
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