Anglophone refugees in Nigeria dream of home, but settle in

Fighting between Cameroon government forces and English-speaking separatists sends thousands of refugees over the border to camps in Nigeria and there's no end in sight.

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    More people have been forced into refugee camps in Nigeria due to fighting between separatists and government troops in southern Cameroon.

    More than 30,000 have been officially registered but aid workers have said the actual number is much higher.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from one of the four permanent settlements built for refugees in Nigeria's Cross River State.


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