VOAvideo — April 07, 2010 — More than 10 million people worldwide have crossed borders, becoming refugees. Of these, aid groups say a large percentage are denied legal rights and are confined to camps for decades. It's called the "warehousing" of refugees, and they say it should stop. But solutions to protracted displacement aren't simple. VOA's Laurel Bowman looks at the conflict in Western Sahara and the refugees it has created, in this first of a two-part series on "warehoused" refugees.
Activists say refugees from Western Sahara have been 'warehoused' for more than 30 years