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Saturday, July 6th, 2013
Photo by Mark Pummell
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Pictured are a few items handwoven by Uganda residents that Clouse brought home to sell. The bowl and lid are made from various types of dyed grasses that grow abundantly throughout the country. The elephant is a craft using traditional print called kitenge. It was made in Jinja town.
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Lush green foliage and friendly folks are abundant in the bustling village of Masindi, Uganda, in Eastern Africa. But the town of more than 45,000 people has a dark side that 25-year-old Emily Clouse - a Peace Corps volunteer - . . .
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Remains found are human