L’intérieur du Congo est abandonné depuis quinze ans (ENTRETIEN)

Entretien: Marie-France Cros
Congolese women, who fled from rebel group attacks, stand in a field farmed with the help of the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Tshikapa in the Kasai Region, Democratic Republic of Congo, on July 27, 2017. For the past nine months, Kasai, a deeply-impoverished region in central Democratic Republic of Congo, has been plagued by bloodshed that has killed over 3,000 people and forced 1.3 million to flee. The unrest has its roots in dispute between a local traditional leader, known as the Kamwina Nsapu, and the government of President Joseph Kabila which began in early 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Junior D. KANNAH
Congolese women, who fled from rebel group attacks, stand in a field farmed with the help of the Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Tshikapa in the Kasai Region, Democratic Republic of Congo, on July 27, 2017. For the past nine months, Kasai, a deeply-impoverished region in central Democratic Republic of Congo, has been plagued by bloodshed that has killed over 3,000 people and forced 1.3 million to flee. The unrest has its roots in dispute between a local traditional leader, known as the Kamwina Nsapu, and the government of President Joseph Kabila which began in early 2016. / AFP PHOTO / Junior D. KANNAH ©AFP
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