On May 12th, 2013, the photojournalist Camille Lepage was killed in the Central African Republic. She was 26. At this year’s Visa pour l’Image festival, the publisher CDP released a posthumous book entitled "République centrafricaine : On est ensemble" (“Central African Republic: We Are Together”). The small, square-format book offers a selection of photographs from the final report in Banui, Central African Republic, which has fallen under the control of the Séléka rebel militia.
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