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“I was afraid of being oppressed, of staying under house arrest, not that these people would kill me,” Koofi added. “I never wanted to leave. … To leave in a situation where you think that thousands, maybe millions of people, are desperate and hopeless… leaving these people, emotionally, I felt so inappropriate.

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