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Freetown to freedom

Freetown to freedom

15 June 2015

Edward Conteh is a refugee from Sierra Leone. He was born in the northern village of Makeni, 200km from the capital, Freetown, in 1970. He lived with his parents, six brothers and sisters, and six step-brothers and sisters. Life was pretty good. They...

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