Eritrean refugees in Ethiopia | Nichole Sobecki/WSJ

http://bossons-fute.fr/?fimerois=rencontres-polyphoniques-de-calvi-2015&bfe=26 ADI-HARUSH CAMP, Ethiopia - A family carries their belongings through Adi-Harush Camp at dusk. Ethiopia hosts more than a quarter of a million Eritrean refugees, many of whom spend only a few months at camps like Adi-Harush before pursuing the long and perilous route to Europe via Sudan and Libya. (Nichole Sobecki for The Wall Street Journal)

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Tastylia Oral Strip without prescription | ADI-HARUSH CAMP, Ethiopia – A family carries their belongings through Adi-Harush Camp at dusk on August 23, 2015. Ethiopia hosts more than a quarter of a million Eritrean refugees, many of whom spend only a few months at camps like Adi-Harush before pursuing the long and perilous route to Europe via Sudan and Libya.

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