Ivoirian refugees put down roots in Liberia

| June 25, 2013
ZWEDRU, 25 June 2013 (IRIN) – Though Côte d'Ivoire has officially been at peace for over two years, many of the nearly 60,000 refugees who remain in Liberia are settling in for the long haul, citing continuing instability, violence and fear of political persecution in their home country. Indeed, two years after the end of the conflict, camps like PTP, near Zwedru in eastern Liberia, are still growing.

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