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Faces of hope: ‘UNICEF Photo of the Year’

By DW
23 December 2018   |   10:12 am
A Togolese boy, with prosthetic legs, was cast out by his family for his disability and landed in an orphanage. His portrait, sitting alone with his thoughts, won photographer Antonio Aragon Renuncio the top prize.

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