Uganda has agreed to take in 2,000 Afghan refugees fleeing the war-torn country after the Taliban assumed control of the country.
According to DW Africa, Uganda would temporarily house the migrants for three months until the US government relocates them somewhere. The East African country has long been lauded for its welcoming refugee policy, which currently houses 1.4 million people.
Almost all of them are from South Sudan. Is it fair that African countries now have to bear the brunt of US foreign policy decisions? DW Africa asked..
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