DRC refugees moving to camp in Uganda

Thousands who fled conflict being transferred from overcrowded camp for long-term stay until it is safe to return.

Last Modified: 18 Aug 2013 11:11
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Almost 20,000 refugees fled to western Uganda from the Democratic Republic of Congo last month when rebels attacked the town of Kamango. Now they are being moved from their overcrowded camp to a long-term refugee settlement, until it is safe to return home.

Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from western Uganda.


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