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Ethiopian refugee children pictured in Gorom refugee camp. It's often forgotten that the world's newest country also hosts about 250,000 refugees from its neighbours. Gorom is a village of refugees about an hour's drive outside Juba, where 2,500 Ethiopians live after fleeing their homeland mostly over the last five to ten years. Many report that they fear persecution from the government in Addis Ababa if they return, but also few want permanently to live in South Sudan.