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Horror and fear grip survivors of Congo’s hidden war

By Reuters
15 April 2018   |   2:12 pm
11-year-old Mave Grace and her family outside makeshift tent, Grace's younger sister with visible scars on her face, Grace describing how men with machetes were running after her and her family and how she lost her left arm, grace standing with her sister, Grace's father, Nyine Richard describing how he got seriously injured, Grace's family near makeshift tent, Grace standing with sister looking at camp for displaced people, various of displaced people receiving food.

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