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  • Fulani displaced from central Mali at a makeshift IDP camp in Bamako.
  • A man in white looks directly into camera sitting in front of a building wall.
    Ibrahima Kébé.
  • A person covered in green and yellow body paint waves a banner at a political rally.
    IBK rally on Friday.
  • A woman in blue stands in front of a refugee camp looking to the side
    Halima Khatum is a traditional spirit healer in the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Aid groups say they need to better understand and incorporate Rohingya culture into mental health outreach.
  • A man sits on the ground reading and holding a bottle
    Gias Uddin, a religious teacher, recites verses from the Quran for Abdul Amin, right, who says that he has been in pain since he fled Myanmar in 2017.
  • A woman looks at the camera in front of a refugee camp in Bangladesh
    Formin, an 18-year-old Rohingya refugee and community health worker also trained on mental health issues. After her training, she started seeking out other Rohingya refugees in need of counselling.
  • A Bulawayo woman carries rice donated by the Chinese and distributed to ZANU PF supporters last month.
  • A woman in Iraq holds her hand toward camera as if to emphasize a point.
  • Map of Philippines including ARMM, Mindanao, Marawi City, and Liguasan Marsh
  • Nigerian Tayro, left, and her husband Towolawi (not shown) have rejected IOM's offer of voluntary humanitarian repatriation, despite being held for more than six months with their two children.
  • Two Nyatura Domi rebel fighters stand on guard duty in a Nyatura stronghold position outside the town of Nyanzale, North Kivu.
    Two Nyatura Domi rebel fighters stand on guard duty in a Nyatura stronghold position outside the town of Nyanzale, North Kivu.

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