Africa South Sudan refugee influx strains Kenyan camps

Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp, whose population thinned out as South Sudanese went home following a 2005 peace deal, is filling once more as Sudan and South Sudan return to fighting.

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Fighting between the newly formed country of South Sudan and its rival, Sudan, has sent a new wave of refugees into Kenya, where camps are already swamped by refugees from other conflict zones, such as Somalia.