Kenya will displace 600,000 refugees
Kenya will close all refugee camp on its territory including the largest refugee camp in the world – Dadaab, placed on Kenya-Somali border. This move can displace more than 600,000 people living there, the government announced Friday. Most of them are come from Somalia, which has been torn by civil war and by terrorist activity of Al-Shabaab, linked to ISIS.
The reasons to shut down the camps are "very heavy" economic, security and environmental burdens”. Another problem is infiltration of refugees with covered terrorist. "Kenya, having taken into consideration its national security interests, has decided that hosting of refugees has come to an end," – the Interior Minister of the state Karanja Kibicho declared.