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Photographer’s Death in Central African Republic Still Unsolved

Expand Camille Lepage in the Central African Republic in 2014. © 2014 William Daniels/Panos pictures May 12 marks five years since the death of Camille Lepage, a French photojournalist who was killed while working in western Central African Republic. She continues to be deeply missed by all who knew her and those who benefitted from her work. Camille was 26. Camille arrived in the country in late 2013, at the height of the conflict. She had previously worked as a photographer in South Sudan. When I first met Camille in Bangui, the capital, I was struck by her dogged determination to get to…

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