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Western Sahara - the last African colonies: more than 30 years, this region of the North-West Africa occupied Morocco and Mauritania. The entire territory of Western Sahara is full of unexploded ordnance and anti-personnel mines, whose victims are the only inhabitants of this lunar landscape - local shepherds Berbers.

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Savi Fali Katra, Mohamed Fathi Molud Fbdel Molina Maine Lobster, Azir Bukhari Mohamed Mohamed, Molud Burj, Salik Edie Lebib and Nafi Hussein Omar, a refugee camp near the Sahara, Algeria

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Fatima Bela Hada, Auserd refugee camp, Algeria

Fatima Bela Hada and her family moved their parking lot and surpassed cattle in Tifariti zone (liberation of the Western Sahara). Two days after that Fatima was blown up by a mine. She can only remember how to get to the hospital, bleeding and without the right foot. Fatima now lives in a refugee camp in the South-West of Algeria, but constantly worried about his family, who remained in Tifariti.

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Ahmed Calem Eldeha Alem, Auserd refugee camp, Algeria

Ahmed and his family roamed the liberated zone of Western Sahara Bir Lehlou in Ahshash. At rest one of his sons Ahmed brought piece of metal. Not realizing that it is, Ahmed began to investigate it, and then the metal exploded in his hands. If the explosion occurred a few minutes earlier, the projectile would have exploded in the hands of his young son.

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Rami Auserd refugee camp, Algeria

Anti-personnel mine exploded when Ramie pass their goats around Birlelu liberated zone. He does not want to remember the details of the incident.

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Salem Ahmed, a refugee camp near the Sahara, Algeria

Ahmed Salem says: "Unhappiness was when I pass our family herd of goats near the village of Tifariti in the liberated zone of Western Sahara. Suddenly there was an explosion, and I saw that I no longer have legs! "

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Mohamed, a liberated zone Errinkon, Western Sahara

Mohamed driver misses dried bushes as if gathering wood for a fire during a routine outing. On this ground strewn with anti-personnel mines each step can lead to the death or loss of limbs. Former wrestler Polisario (Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el-Hamra and Rio de Oro, the military-political organization fighting for the independence of Western Sahara -. Esquire), Mohammed, like many of his compatriots, believes that when it is his time to leave, he will not have a choice.

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Dakhla refugee camp, Algeria

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Fadili Sheikh Ali, a refugee camp of Dakhla, Algeria

Fadili together with your friends to explore the dry riverbed in Bir Lelu, the next thing he remembers - like woke up without a leg.