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Kenya’s decision to confine refugees and asylum-seekers in camps is unlawful

Headline Title:  Kenya’s decision to confine refugees and asylum-seekers in camps is unlawful 20 December 2012 Kenya’s decision to place refugees and asylum seekers in camps away from urban centres is a discriminatory and unlawful restriction on freedom of movement, Amnesty International said.“This restriction on freedom of movement is likely to lead to other serious human rights abuses in already overcrowded, insecure refugee camps,” said Kathryn Achilles, Amnesty International’s East Africa expert.Thousands of refugees and asylum-seekers from Somalia living in urban centres including…

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