@marcusbleasdale This is what it looks like when an oppressive regime is moved out of a neighbourhood in Central African Republic (CAR) by peacekeepers. Locals celebrate and chase the vehicles waving branches which represent a cleansing. Learn more about the conflict and the people of CAR in the new edition of the magazine which includes a reportage shot by me over four years in the Central African Republic. It represents the people of CAR and their struggle for survival during the #carcrisis. The iPad or iPhone edition will include additional photos. Incredible text by @petergwin. Thanks to all the staff at National Geographic Magazine and @humanrightswatch and all those in CAR who helped to make this piece a reality. Special thanks to @bouckap
Wow, fabulous !
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Its hard to belive that these peopls have 60% of mineral Wealth of the word ,but live in this way
@sir.fred unfortunately that's the sad truth... don't know when it's will end .:(
@natgeo you doing a great job at making Africa look like the worse war zone on the planet. Meanwhile we are actually the ones with the Gold reserve. Put your camera lights on that sometimes . Then RedCross comes inn with cup of coffee in the bright lights of the media while Europe , America & the west raking our natural resources in the dark shadows ... bravo. Keep spending billions of your tax payers money on heavy advertising to bring out the worse of The continent . #PrideOfAfrica