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English: Internally displaced people in Duekoue western Cote D'Ivoire. Photos are from the Catholic mission IDP camp and the Celestine Church. They were driven from their homes by attacks from pro-Ouattara militias in January 2011
Date 16 February 2011
Author Sunset Parkerpix


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