Mali refugees arrest: Fears in Burkina Faso

Refugees from Mali explain why they no longer feel safe in the place where they have taken shelter.

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    Refugees who escaped fighting in Mali by heading to neighbouring Burkina Faso say they could be attacked or arrested if they leave their camp in the town of Dori.

    Thousands crossed the border when armed groups started fighting forces supporting Mali's government.

    Some say they are now being targeted as violence Burkina Faso is increasing.

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports.


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