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Helicopter flight view departing from Beni

Many times through the centuries the Congo was raided for its rubber plants but the lush Congolese forest continues its life despite frequent attacks

The starving populace of the rich land are surviving with the little material means given to them. With conflict continuing just south of Beni to Bunia, the Congolese are overthown by a kaleidoscope of a tropical rain forest demanding the tax of "beauty."


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