The photojournalist Olivier Laban-Mattei just returned from a mission in Chad on behalf of the High Commissioner of the United Nations Refugee Agency. He traveled to the Lake Chad region near the Nigerian border, a ten-hour hike from N’djamena, the capital, to document the arrival of the Nigerian refugees.
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