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Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance

  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A Senegalese young jumps above a puddle caused by a cloudburst during the rainy season in Ziguinchor, Casamance Region, Senegal. June. 2014 . (Manu Brabo)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    Senegalese women affiliated to the political wing of the MFDC sit on the porch of the movement’s headquarter before an animist pray to bless the fighters in the jungle. June 2014. (Manu Brabo)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A Senegalese kid is seen reflected in a car at a village near the border with Bissau and occupied by the Senegalese Army due to the threat of the MFDC rebels. Casamance region, Senegal. June 2014 (Manu Brabo)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A Senegalese young woman strokes his boyfriend face in the streets of Ziguinchor Casamance Region, Senegal, 2014 (Manu Brabo)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A Senegalese young plays at Casamance River’s riverbank at the outskirts of Ziguinchor in the Casamance region, Senegal, 2014 (2014)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    Papis (Right) was kidnapped by the MFDC while demining lands for the new road which will cross the whole Region. He was release after nearly 2 months of captivity. In the picture, Papis and his cousin lie on bed while watching a World Cup football match.
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A Senegalese man is seen wearing a traditional costume for the circumbcision ceremony in Ziguinchor, Casamance Región, Senegal, June 2014.
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A cashew worker laughs while laughing over an open bag of cashews at warehouse at the outskirts of Ziguinchor , Casamance Region, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    Fishermen sit around a fire next to dozens of canoes at the riverbank few miles east from the capital in Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    Senegalese men shouts slogans supporting one of the candidates to the local elections near Adeane, Casamance Region, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    Member of the MFDC political wing poses wearing a traditional Djola dress while holding a picture of Father Agoustin Segnor, former leader of the movement. Zighinchor, Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    Women of the MDFC participate in an animist ritual to bless the combatants in the jungle at the movement’s headquarter in Zighinchor, Casamance, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    A Djola man dances during the coronation ritual of the new King of Ussouye. Oukot, Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    María, 22, left Guinea Bissau looking for a better life in Senegal. She ended up as a prostitute at a nightclub in Zighinchor. In the picture, María stands at her place near the river port. Casamance, Senegal June, 2014
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
  • Feature: The silent conflict of Casamance - Manu Brabo
    A prothesis is seen at the office of the Asociation of Landmines Victims in Ziguinchor. During the 32 years conflict over a thousand of people has been killed, wounded or mutilated by landmines. Ziguinchor, Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    A woman and her little daughter pill peanuts to sell on the streets of Ziguinchor in Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)
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    The Iman of Pantadosse Diola walks within a room at the government building in Pantadosse Djola, Casamance, Senegal, June 2104 ((© Manu Brabo)
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    A young Djola man lies atop his motorbike near a river port of the Casamance river in Casamance, Senegal, June 2014. (© Manu Brabo)