What happens when you shut down the world's largest refugee camp?

Dadaab, in eastern Kenya, is home to more than 300,000 refugees, most of whom are from Somalia—but the Kenyan government wants to close it down due to terrorism concerns. The camp was created in 1991 to shelter Somali families fleeing from the famine and conflict in their home country.

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