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Congolese children dance in the rain

Africa is poised for more conflict and violence once the UN Pakistani force pulls out. The Congolese children have a brief respite from the doom and gloom in the falling-healing rain.

Bunia, Democratic Republic of the Congo -- As the most active source of resistance to the idea of children playing in the rain over the psychodrama that violence and wars have managed to do in media, the Congolese children's laughter and glee in healing rain is a balm for war-torn adults and parents. The Africa project where children are given recycled throw away camera to take snapshots of their lives will be done in Bunia, DRC-Africa


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