A Somalia refugee named Mohamed drinks tea outside an Eastleigh cafe at dusk. Jason Patinkin
Nicknamed ‘Little Mogadishu,’ Eastleigh is a refugee haven for Somalis, Ethiopians, and some dozen other African nationalities. In recent years it has also become a unique import-export commercial hub, one now in jeopardy as Kenya conducts crackdowns and deportations on foreigners to root-out tackle suspected Al Shabab radicals.
How Kenya’s ‘war on terror’ is disrupting a thriving Nairobi district.
Somalis in Kenya face mistrust.