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Guinean refugees stay behind as UN closes camp

Some 400 refugees from Sierra Leone’s brutal 1991-2002 civil war remained behind on Saturday when the United Nations’ refugee agency closed a camp in southern Guinea. The U.N. High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) announced the closure of the Boreah facility near the town of Kissidougou two years ago, but a group of 1,000 refugees remained in the hope of winning asylum in Western countries. Full Story

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