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Destitute migrants pile up in Djibouti as Yemen sends boats back

GENEVA (Reuters) - Thousands of Ethiopians trekking through desert heat and war in Yemen for the sake of a low-paid job in Saudi Arabia risk getting stuck in an overcrowded migrant camp in Djibouti, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said on Friday.
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