A Kenyan High Court has stopped the world's largest refugee camp from closing. Kenya's government wanted to close it and send 260,000 refugees back to Somalia. The court said the government could not target Somali refugees. Kenya's government said Somalis planned terrorist attacks in Kenya in the camp.
Dadaab was created in 1992 after Somalia's civil war started. Human rights groups worried that sending back refugees to Somalia would create a big problem. The group Amnesty International said the court's decision was "historic". It said 260,000 refugees were at risk of human rights abuses if they went back to Somalia.