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Yemeni refugees in Somalia struggling to survive

By Al Jazeera
19 December 2016   |   4:00 pm
Refugees from war-torn Yemen who fled to Somalia say they are struggling to survive, with little access to food, education and healthcare. The International Organization for Migration says at least 6,000 Yemeni refugees have arrived since March 2015.

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