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Refugee Week

Refugee Week in and around London. Refugee Week is an annual, weeklong celebration held across the United Kingdom that celebrates the contributions that refugees bring to the UK.

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Boxer

As a teen, Fortune Nyembo Muyamba moved to Johannesburg, South Africa from the Democratic Republic of Congo to escape war and find a better life. Today he is an immigrant success story as he has a good, steady job as a photographer’s assistant and a budding career as a professional boxer.

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As a teen, Fortune Nyembo Muyamba moved to Johannesburg, South Africa from the Democratic Republic of Congo to escape war and find a better life. Today he is an immigrant success story as he has a good, steady job as a photographer’s assistant and a budding career as a professional boxer.

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As a teen, Fortune Nyembo Muyamba moved to Johannesburg, South Africa from the Democratic Republic of Congo to escape war and find a better life. Today he is an immigrant success story as he has a good, steady job as a photographer’s assistant and a budding career as a professional boxer.

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Praying Children

Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Niger Bible Study

A Bible study in Tessa, Niger, a village along Mehana Road.

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Grandmother and Children

Portrait of a grandmother and children in Western Fulani in Dotouwel, Niger.

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Praying Children

Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Praying Children

Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Children gather on their own at a Baptist Church in a Nairobi slum to pray. The pastor says he just opened the church and the children continued to come everyday to pray for peace in their country. Since the children started praying, no violence or deaths have happened in their section of this slum.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Mass Funeral

Mass public funerals were held countrywide. At this one in Nairobi, 35 caskets were mourned over before police fired tear gas into the crowds.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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Mass Funeral

Mass public funerals were held countrywide. At this one in Nairobi, 35 caskets were mourned over before police fired tear gas into the crowds.

Kenya, normally a stable African country, erupted into violence after the Dec. 27, 2007 election. More than 1,000 people died and 600,000 were internally displaced. Opposition say the election was rigged. International observers say both sides cheated and there’s no way to know who won. Kenyans started protesting with riots on Dec. 29. The polls were finally announced Dec. 30. Election violence quickly turned into ethnic animosity — tribe turning against tribe — friend against friend.

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