Somalis return to Kenya to escape drought at home

As the Kenyan government moves to close the world’s biggest refugee camp in Dadaab, refugees are returning home to Somalia. But the drought in the country is also forcing others to flee back to camps in Kenya.

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    As the Kenyan government moves to close the world's biggest refugee camp in Dadaab, refugees are returning home to Somalia.

    But the drought in the country is also forcing others to flee back to camps in Kenya.

    Dozens of families have already made it to the Dadaab camp.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Dhobley, in southern Somalia.


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