A publication made by Maryvonne Lepage, mother of the photographer killed in 2014 in the Central African Republic, has just been released. After studying journalism, followed by photojournalism, then making two trips to Egypt making a start covering the Arab Spring, Camille left in July 2012 for fifteen months, with a backpack, camera slung around her shoulder, for Sudan and South Sudan. She covered the conflicts, mainly in the Nuba Mountains (Sudan), where she lived in caves with abandoned families. She traveled through zones prohibited to journalists and humanitarians to understand the life of populations not covered by the media....
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