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  • A man is pictured arranging rubber strips, used for building, at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    1A man is pictured arranging rubber strips, used for building, at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A man is pictured during a basketball match at Bunia on November 8, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    2A man is pictured during a basketball match at Bunia on November 8, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A young man is pictured while playing soccer in Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    3A young man is pictured while playing soccer in Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A man is pictured while grilling food at a bar in Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    4A man is pictured while grilling food at a bar in Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A woman is pictured while pouring grains on a bucket at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    5A woman is pictured while pouring grains on a bucket at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • View of a street in Bunia, on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    6View of a street in Bunia, on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A woman is pictured carrying a sack at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    7A woman is pictured carrying a sack at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • Two women hidden by an umbrella are pictured at the entrance of money transfer stall at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    8Two women hidden by an umbrella are pictured at the entrance of money transfer stall at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • Morning view of a corner of the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    9Morning view of a corner of the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • Moto-taxis are pictured at one of the entrances to the Grand Market of Bunia on November 8, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    10Moto-taxis are pictured at one of the entrances to the Grand Market of Bunia on November 8, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP
  • A man is pictured while carrying a sack on a busy alley at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTOEDUARDO SOTERAS
    11A man is pictured while carrying a sack on a busy alley at the Grand Market of Bunia on November 9, 2015. The city of Bunia, located on the east of D.R.Congo and administrative capital of the province of Ituri, has been the scene of many fights and civilian deaths during The Second Congo War. The city, with a population of of more than 366,000, has experimented an important population growth during the last ten years and tripled its population. AFP PHOTO/EDUARDO SOTERAS AFP