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Photoreportage : Les réfugiés maliens trouvent un terrain d’entente au marché de M’berra

Khalifa Ould Mohamed Lemine, who fled to Mauritania from his home in northern Mali, sells candy and cookies each week at the local M'berra market, not far from the refugee camp. Mamoudou Lamine Kane
Depuis que les combats ont éclaté dans le nord du Mali en 2012, plus de 50 000 Maliens ont trouvé refuge dans le camp de M’berra, dans le sud-est de la Mauritanie.

En dépit des tensions qui règnent depuis longtemps entre les divers groupes ethniques du nord du Mali, les réfugiés se retrouvent chaque semaine au marché local.

Cliquez ici pour voir le photoreportage d’IRIN sur la façon dont les groupes de réfugiés échangent des biens et services et partagent leur langue et leur culture entre eux et avec les communautés environnantes.
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