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Life at Dollo Ado Refugee Camp in Ethiopia

The flow of Somali refugees into Ethiopia appears to be picking up again as Kenyan troops advance into southern Somalia, raising security fears. As dusk falls at the Dollo Ado transit station on the Ethiopia/Somalia border, 5,000 new refugees settle in for another night of uncertainty.

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Somali refugees settle in for the night as they await placement in a refugee camp at Dollo Ado, Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)
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Somali refugees settle in for the night as they await placement in a refugee camp at Dollo Ado, Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)

Much needed rain falls at sunset near the Dollo Ado refugee transit facility in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)
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Much needed rain falls at sunset near the Dollo Ado refugee transit facility in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)

Women working on a cleanup detail at the Dollo Ado refugee transit center in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)
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Women working on a cleanup detail at the Dollo Ado refugee transit center in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA - P. Heinlein)

Women and children holding their pink tickets queue for the evening meal at the Dollo Ado transit center in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA P. Heinlein)
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Women and children holding their pink tickets queue for the evening meal at the Dollo Ado transit center in Ethiopia, October 26, 2011. (VOA P. Heinlein)

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