South African court orders eviction of refugees living in church

The court has ordered the eviction of hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers living in the church in Cape Town, but they are refusing to leave.

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    A South African court has ordered the eviction of hundreds of refugees and asylum seekers living in a church in Cape Town.

    But they are refusing to leave. Many want to be resettled in another country - and say they no longer feel welcome in South Africa.

    Al Jazeera's Nicolas Haque reports from Cape Town.


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