Options limited for Somali refugees in Kenyan camps

Posted: July 20, 2014 at 3:08 a.m.

A Somali woman and her two children walk toward the outskirts of the Dagahaley camp, near Dadaab, Kenya, where, because of overcrowding, some refugees are being sent to a tented camp extension. Doctors Without Borders has complained that this area lacks a hospital and does not meet "minimum humanitarian standards." (Barbara Davidson/Los Angeles Times/MCT)

DADAAB, Kenya -- At night he dreams of the sea.

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