Over two thousand miles of barbed wire, brick and cement separate Bangladesh from India. Completed in 2007, the wall’s official purpose is to prevent immigration and fight against trafficking and other independence movements. The walls is dangerous—someone dies there every five days—and highly guarded by armed forces from both countries. Gaël Turine (Agence VU) traveled the entire distance of the wall in 2012 and 2013.
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