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  • Morrocan Peacekeepers protect muslim internally displaced persons (IDPs) at a Catholic seminary in Bangassou.
  • Paulin Germain Dobot holds up a photo of his brother Gabriel Ole.
  • Boat waiting to depart from one of Mbandaka's many ports.
    Boat waiting to depart from one of Mbandaka's many ports.
  • “All it takes is one sick person to travel down the Congo River..."
  • Children attend a class where their school once stood on 10 August 2015 in Sipa Pokhari.
  • Traders in Bambari
  • Waki
    Waki
  • Gervais Ramassani
    Gervais Ramassani
  • Ali Darassa, leader of the Union for Peace in the Central African Republic (UPC). Human rights groups have accused the UPC of committing atrocities against civilians.
  • UPC combatants in Bambari, February 2017
  • Morrocan Peacekeepers protect muslim internally displaced persons (IDPs) at a Catholic seminary in Bangassou.
    Morrocan Peacekeepers protect muslim internally displaced persons (IDPs) at a Catholic seminary in Bangassou.
  • Much of Marawi’s central core lies in ruins, months after the Philippine army ended its siege. Airstrikes and bombs reduced buildings to piles of rubble. Families returning to see their former homes for the first time salvage little of value.
  • Government authorities display weapons turned in by locals during a public ceremony in Marawi in May 2018. Marawi’s siege, and its slow rebuild, are happening in the middle of a decades-long government insurgency.
  • Fatima Lumabao is one of some 237,000 Marawi residents who are still displaced, a year after conflict uprooted her city’s entire population. With no job prospects in the makeshift tent city she now calls home, frustrations are rising as food aid dwindles.
  • Nasser Lucman peers through a gaping hole in the wall in his former home in Marawi.
  • Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte visits Marawi
    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte visits Marawi residents still displaced months after the government declared an end to clashes in the city. Duterte has promised to rebuild the devastated city, but reconstruction has barely gotten underway.
  • Abdulhakim Salem surveys the damage in his former home in Marawi City, on the Philippine island of Mindanao. He returned to his home in May 2018, a year after militants stormed the city, to find only an empty shell.
  • Migrants wait outside the Scalabrinian shelter in Cucuta. Many Venezuelans are forced to sleep on the humid streets as lodging, food and work are on short supply.
  • Migrants wait outside the Scalabrinian shelter in Cucuta. Many Venezuelans are forced to sleep on the humid streets as lodging, food and work are on short supply.
  • Venezuela and Colombia map featuring Cucuta

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