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Persecution: Slideshow: Refugee portraits
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Balthazar Hategekimana
This former civil engineer walked 4,000 km, from Goma, DR Congo, to find refuge. He told me he missed the cultural activities he used to have access to: going to libraries, the theatre and the cinema, and listening to the radio. His favourite piece of classical music is Beethoven's Symphony number three. He now works for an aid agency in Loukolela, Congo-Brazzaville.
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