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Demolitions in Sierra Leone Stir Controversy

Juliana Sesay is among the thousands of sierra Leoneans affected by recently massive government-led demolitions around the capital, Freetown. The 23-year-old Ebola survivor was living in an area known as Tambakula village, a fisherman’s wharf with shops that some people, like Sesay, also used as homes. The entire area, population 500, was demolished several weeks ago, and now she’s staying with a friend and sleeping in a room with three other adults, two toddlers and two...

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