Ebola in Guinea Die Zeugen

Mitten im Urwald starb Ende 2014 ein kleines Kind. Ihm folgten mehr als 11.000 Menschen: Die Fotografin Ricci Shryock ist in den Südwesten Guineas gereist, wo die Ebola-Epidemie begann. Seine Aufnahmen erzählen von Schicksal und Hoffnung.
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