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Africa In Somali diaspora, lessons for refugees – and their host countries

Somalis have experienced one of the world’s longest and most intractable refugee crises. They have confronted xenophobia in South Africa and the threatened closures of Kenyan refugee camps – but have also seen the power of the courts as allies.

Paul Chiasson/The Canadian Press/AP

For Casiman Abdullahi, Jan. 30 was a very good day. Until suddenly it was a very bad one.

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