Somali refugees in Kenya reluctant to return

Most say they are not ready to leave, as Kenya and Somalia agree on repatriating more than half a million of them.

Last Modified: 20 Jun 2013 09:20
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Kenya and Somalia have tentatively agreed to repatriate more than half a million refugees from Kenya.

The two countries’ presidents have been discussing how to get the refugees to go back home.

However, most of those in the world’s biggest refugee settlement say they are not ready to leave.

Al Jazeera's Peter Greste reports from Dadaab, North Eastern Kenya.


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