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October 19, 2006
The youngest, and third generation, of the recovered lepers from the Yi ethnic minority take a lesson...
XI DE, China
Young students take a lesson at a primary school in Sichuan's Xi De village in China
The youngest, and third generation, of the recovered lepers from the Yi ethnic minority take a lesson at a primary school in Xi De, a remote leprosy village which began in the 1950s, about 480km (300 miles) south of Chengdu, capital of China's south-central Sichuan province, October 19, 2006. Recovered lepers go back to their remote Xi De village after an eye surgery for "hare's eye", a condition that is commonly seen in people who have suffered leprosy, at Xining village, 500km (310 miles) south of Chengdu. Chinese characters on the wall reads "United, lively, friendship". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
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