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Ras Robert
Ras Robert • 1 year ago

School students in the village of Hamesh Koreb, Sudan. The area was the stronghold of the Eastern Front, who were allied to the Southern forces against the Government in Khartoum during the country's civil war. [Photo: J.B. Russell / MAG, 2011]

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