Dadaab is the world’s largest refugee camp, where the United Nations says 350,302 people live

DADAAB, KENYA—There are no guards patrolling the perimeter where the rows and rows of tarp-covered domes end and Kenya’s unforgiving desert stretches to Somalia in the east and north to Ethiopia. Dadaab is the world’s largest refugee camp, where the United Nations says 350,302 people live, although the population is more likely half a million. Next…

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