Kenya on Wednesday once again ordered the closure of two sprawling camps that host hundreds of thousands of refugees from neighbouring Somalia. News24 reports that authorities in Nairobi first announced their intention to shut the Dadaab camp, which is closer to the border with Somalia than Kakuma, back in 2016, citing national security concerns. The interior minister has now given the UNHCR 14 days to draw up a plan for the closure of both Dadaab and Kakuma, his ministry said in a tweet, adding that there was no room for further talks on the issue. The ministry however insisted that the move was not related to diplomatic difficulties with Somalia.