Ethiopia Refugee Camp Becomes World's Second Largest

A camp that was set up in Ethiopia to shelter Somali refugees has hit a record high of 170,000 making it the world's second largest refugee complex, according to the United Nations.

Displaced (file photo): Somalis are forced to leave their homes due to conflict, drought and lately due to insecurity in southern and central parts of the country.

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