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A New Life for a 'Lost Boy' of Sudan

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A New Life for a 'Lost Boy' of Sudan

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A New Life for a 'Lost Boy' of Sudan

A New Life for a 'Lost Boy' of Sudan

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Kenya's Kakuma Refugee Camp holds an estimated 86,000 refugees from Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and other nations. Alephonsion Deng, one of the "lost boys" of Sudan, spent nine years there before reaching the United States. He tells NPR's Scott Simon about past experiences and his new life.

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