somali refugees

A jury in Kansas this week is deliberating whether three militia members should spend the rest of their lives in prison.
Patrick Stein, a Kansas militiaman whom the feds say planned to slaughter Somali refugees, opened up to a man he thought was an arms dealer.
The refugees were on their way from Yemen to Sudan when they were attacked by an Apache helicopter near the Bab al-Mandeb strait.
The camp is home to as many as 350,000 refugees.
The difficulties faced by just one Somali refugee on her long road to America are indicative of the struggles faced by many on their journeys fleeing war.
The difficulties faced by just one Somali refugee on her long road to America are indicative of the struggles faced by many on their journeys fleeing war.
The difficulties faced by just one Somali refugee on her long road to America are indicative of the struggles faced by many on their journeys fleeing war.
Ben Rawlence's book follows nine remarkable refugees in Kenya's Dadaab camp, which is home to 350,000 people.
What's happened with the Somali refugees is likely what would happen with the Syrians and other refugees, especially those relocated to smaller, former industrial cities with population drain -- places in need of revitalization.
The attacks of Al-Shabaab have been portrayed as a fight between Kenyans and Somalis. Though perhaps politically convenient, characterising Al-Shabaab as a Somali problem that can be solved through actions that target the Somali population ignores the evidence.
See below for video and images from Care International of the extraordinary children of Dadaab refugee camp and their letters
From a suburban apartment complex outside of Dallas, Texas, to a prison cell in Bangkok, Thailand, to a children’s art class
Yesterday I spent the day in Dadaab refugee camp, a camp in Kenya near the Somalia border. A camp which has swelled to the size of Bristol. I was both inspired and heart broken by what I saw and heard.
Hibaq AbdiRahman, a 14-year-old girl who attends one of the provided schools, told UNICEF of her educational aspirations