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04.02.2015

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“Since yet another coup d’état in March 2013, the Central African Republic has descended into an orgy of violence with rival militia fighting each other along increasingly sectarian lines. The Mission Internationale de Soutien à la Centrafrique sous conduite Africaine (MISCA) is an international intervention group that aimed to bring stability to the country – but its 6000 troops, assisted by the Sangaris french operation, is struggling to stop the violences.
 
A soldier from Gabon drinks a beer in a bar in Bambari –
for a few moments everything is at peace.”
April 2014
© William Daniels

William Daniels

William Daniels is a Paris-based documentary photographer. In his first reportage in 2004, he documented the lives of street children in the Philippines. Since then, he has published numerous reportages in, among others, TIME Magazine, National Geographic, The New York Times and Polka Magazine. He has received the World Press Photo Award twice for his work, as well as the Visa d’or Award and the 2014 Getty Grant. Daniels is represented by the Panos Pictures Agency.

www.williamdaniels.net
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