Kenya: 8,000 Somalis pushed out of kenya
Approximately 8,000 Somalis, who fled across the Kenyan border from the Somali town of Belet Hawo following intense fighting there, were ordered to return to Somalia by the Kenyan authorities between 1 and 2 November 2010. On 4 November about 3,000 were forced further into Somalia by Kenya’s Administrative Police, where they are at risk of serious human rights abuses.
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