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CAR Refugees in Cameroon Reluctant to Go Home

Fifty-thousand people from the Central African Republic live at the Garoua Boulaye refugee camp in eastern Cameroon. Some have been there since conflict in the C.A.R. erupted in 2013. The election of Faustin Archange Touadera as C.A.R. president earlier this year looked like a turning point. After he was inaugurated, refugees in Cameroon said they started preparing to return home. But those preparations have stopped. The U.N. refugee agency recently organized a voluntary relocation...

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