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In the mid-eighties there were four refugee camps with a population of around 85,000 Somalis in Jalalaqsi. At that time it was the third largest human concentration in Somalia after Mogadishu and Hargeisa.
- Hassan Sheikh Mohamoud, President of Somalia
- "Jalalaqsi". Archived from the original on 2013-02-09. World Gazetteer
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- De Montclos & Kagwanja, Journal of Refugee Studies Vol. 13, No. 2 2000: Refugee Camps or Cities? The Socio-economic Dynamics of the Dadaab and Kakuma Camps in Northern Kenya
- "Jalalaqsi Map — Satellite Images of Jalalaqsi" Maplandia World Gazetteer
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