One in 4,000 people in Africa is an albino. While they have traditionally lived with discrimination and attracted suspicion, albinos in Tanzania now face a more serious threat. In recent months, dozens of albinos have been murdered and their bodies dismembered as some witch doctors claim that the use of albino body parts can help people to become rich.
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