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Mother and Child at a refugee camp
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Description DM2008061225:EAED:POLITICS:PERSONALITIES:AUG 1979 - Amin's Legacy Claims New Victims - Mother and Child at a refugee camp for Ugandans fleeing the killing fields of Uganda. At least 50,000 Ugandans have fled their country into neighbouring countries in the wake of the victory of the Tanzanian-backed Uganda National Liberation Army. Most of the refugees - about 35,000 - are in the Sudan where there is a shortage of relief supplies. At Nimule, one of the three main entry points along the border with Uganda, refugees were living on cassava given to them by the local peasants while those camping near the shore of the Nile River were depending mainly on fish. (Photograph by Drum Photographer BAHA)
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