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  • 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
  • Luis Delgado takes his children to a mass presided over by Father Francesco Bortignon at the Scalabrinian shelter in Cucuta. Delgado plans to work as a seasonal coffee picker once he gets the money to travel to the farms.
  • The Ordaz family outside their home on the outskirts of Cucuta. They worry about the children’s schooling and where their next meal will come from. Carlos believes the crisis in Venezuela prepared the family for the worst of times, wherever they may be.
  • Odalys Martinez, 19, passes time at the maternity ward at the Erasmo Meoz hospital in Cucuta. She plans on going to Bogota to find a job and start her life again once she gives birth to her son.
  • Methsabe stays by Cesar’s side as his condition is assessed at the Erasmo Meoz Hospital in Cucuta. The simultaneous gnawing abscess and malaria eating away at his health frighten his wife Methsabe who refuses to leave his side.
  • The Survivor - raped by a French solider deployed in Bangui in 2014
  • 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.
  • Gabriel Ole and Paulin-Germain Dobot
  • Sadia Tacko
  • Parfait Onanga Anyanga
  • Muslim IDPs at a catholic seminary in Bangassou.
  • Displaced Fulani at Elevache IDP camp in Bambar.
  • Teenagers sit in a dormitory in the unaccompanied minors section of Shagarab refugee camp, eastern Sudan, where many refugees who've fled Eritrea first go to get registered.
  • Map of Yemen showing neighbouring countries, Hodeidah, Sana'a, and Aden
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  • Journalist Philip Kleinfeld in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • Local children stand by a gate in southern Afghanistan’s Spin Boldak, near the border with Pakistan. The highly mobile populations in the border area add to the risks. A team of health workers at the main border crossing vaccinates incoming children.
  • Local children stand by a gate in southern Afghanistan’s Spin Boldak, near the border with Pakistan. The highly mobile populations in the border area add to the risks. A team of health workers at the main border crossing vaccinates incoming children.
  • Posters of Magufuli and the ruling CCM regime adorn Magreth Mtema’s living room
    Posters of Magufuli and the ruling CCM regime adorn Magreth Mtema’s living room.
  • Timeline of refugees in Tanzania

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