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This report draws on 150 in depth interviews to portray the plight of refugees living in the capital cities of Kenya and Uganda. Nationals of neighbouring states affected by wars often live on the streets, at the mercy of the army, police and criminals, and with little support from aid agencies. They suffer from harassment, extortion, arbitrary arrest, detention, beatings and / or sexual violence.
Human Rights Watch
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