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S Africa xenophobia refugees displaced again

South African authorities are moving hundreds of refugees from makeshift camps to unknown locations.

The migrants were among thousands who fled their homes in the Johannesburg area because of xenophobic violence in May and many are afraid to return to their homes in the city for fear of another wave of attacks.

Kalay Maistry reports from Johannesburg

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