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  • Map of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC, RDC) showing Kasai, Kasai-Centrale, and Kasai Orientale as well as the town of Kananga, Tshikula, and the Dibaya Territory
  • Henry Mwabale stands in front of Sainte Albertinse Church in Tshilumba, where the massacre began in 2017.
  • FARDC soldiers in Kalomba after an attack by Kamuina Nsapu the previous night that left the village empty.
  • A child, accompanied by his older brother, receives a blood transfusion for acute malnutrition in Dibaya's hospital. This is the only mattress left in the hospital after Kamuina Nsapu militants destroyed and looted the premises last year.
  • A girl in Tshilumba stands in front of the houses where FARDC soldiers stored the bodies from the massacre, before burying them in mass graves.
  • Armed robbers sit on the steps of the police station in Kananga after having been caught, and beat, by the local population.
  • Map of Libya showing Tripoli and Sirte
  • Syrian refugees leave the Lebanese city of Aarsal to return to Syria on 22 July 2018.
  • YAIM outreach
  • Mustapha Sallah and Jacob Ndow on the air.
  • Mustapha Sallah and Jacob Ndow recording their weekly half-hour segment on Capital FM radio.
  • YAIM co-founder Jacob Ndow.
  • The Returnees from the Backway association.
  • Map of Congo showing North Kivu Province, Ituri Province, Butembo, Beni, Mangina and latest ebola outbreak information as of 7 August 2018
  • Rights activist Samira Gutoc lost her home during the siege before turning to humanitarian work. She continues to advocate for Marawi’s displaced: “We need to highlight that there are groups working on the ground.”
  • Philippine soldiers man a checkpoint as civilians briefly return home to Marawi. Continuing militarisation in Mindanao is a major grievance for Muslim communities. The government declared martial law after the siege began, but it’s still in effect.

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