Faces

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Øystein Mikalsen continues his reporting from South Sudan, this time mentally stepping a step and philosophizing about fates and faces. Look up his latest post.

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12 thoughts on “Faces

  1. This is very interesting! I happen to live in a neighborhood where I see refugees like these who moved from their country completely and are finding their place in the States. I wish I could just walk up to them and ask them so many questions..

  2. Those faces brought to mind a time when my family and I were living in a refugee camp in the aftermath of WWII in Germany. One would think humanity might find a better way to cope with these situations.

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