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African nations are setting an example for richer countries when it comes to the treatment of refugees, UN Secretary-General António Guterres has said. He was speaking at the annual African Union Summit in Ethiopia, which is focusing this year on refugees and internally displaced people. Guterres said migration in Africa had been managed more humanely than elsewhere, and appealed for the recently adopted global compacts on refugees and migration to be fully implemented. About 300 representatives took part in a round table discussion that focused on the root causes of forced displacement on the continent. Guterres said many African countries, despite their own levels of poverty, had welcomed those fleeing violence and economic privation in neighbouring countries, while many Western countries, with much stronger economies, have limited the number of refugees they accept.

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