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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Bashir Ahmed Bihi
As tens of thousands of refugees flee Somalia's famine for Kenya's arid east, residents say they are torn between welcoming their fellow ethnic Somalis - and feeling threatened as the new arrivals squeeze the area's limited resources and compete for jobs.
"It cuts both ways," he said. "We benefited from them, and we are grateful for that. They benefited from us, too."
Bashir Ahmed Bihi, who came to Kenya as a refugee in 1991, said refugees cut down trees to earn money for clothing and food that is not included in their rations.