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Burkina Faso TV star inspiring fellow albinos to excel without fear or shame

By Reuters
04 March 2020   |   6:46 am
Fear of attacks is holding back many women with albinism in sub Saharan Africa but one TV presenter is breaking down prejudices to get her sisters and brothers out of the shadows.

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