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Gulf dreams dashed for African migrants

Many stranded in UN refugee camps in Yemen after failing to finish difficult journey to Saudi Arabia.

Last Modified: 19 Aug 2013 10:15
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Thousands of migrants try to make the difficult journey every year from the Horn of Africa to the promise of a better life in Saudi Arabia. Faced with threats of torture, trafficking, rape and strict border controls, many never make it. Some of them have been stranded in UN refugee camps in Yemen.

Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from Haradh on the Yemeni-Saudi border.

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