ROME, Jul 29 (IPS) – He moves aside the curtain, thin as gauze, and then bends over. The darkness dazzles for a few seconds when one enters the house—actually, a den made of earth where air and light filter through the narrow entrance. Jean de Dieu Amani Paye holds her tiny baby, wrapped in an elegant fabric, in his arms. He was a teacher of French and Latin and had a small business. He also cultivated the land: cassava, corn, sorghum, and beans.Read the full story, “DR Congo, Ituri. Fleeing War, Weaving Life in IDP Camps of Bunia”, on globalissues.org →

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