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Photo: Torh, Grand Gedeh County, Liberia. The village of Torh is hosting a number of Ivorian refugees. © ICRC / P. Yazdi. "The environment is friendlier, children mix in the village and refugees help the community to develop farming," explains Céline, a mother of four. "We speak French in Côte d’Ivoire and they speak English in Liberia, but communities on the two sides of the border share the same regional language, the same culture and the same roots."
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