Monkeys Raid Ivorian Refugee Camp in Ghana


Consistent attacks by monkeys have caused havoc for thousands of Ivorian refugees in Ghana, injuring several. Local traditional authorities have requested that rituals be performed to inquire from the gods if they have been offended.

Monkeys in a village. (file photo)

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