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Sudanese Refugees Burn Down Refugee Camp in the Niger Republic

The refugees were protesting against poor living conditions in the camp and demanded relocation to Europe.

Sudanese Refugees Burn Down Refugee Camp in the Niger Republic

The burned-down refugee camp, located outside Agadez in the Niger Republic.

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