July 2, 2015


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By Bill Redekop

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Refugee loves to 'make laughing'

Altona embraces native of Burundi

Altona’s Dieudonne Mbarushimana paraplegic refugee from Burundi in Central Africa — displays some of his crochet work, including Angry Birds.

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Altona’s Dieudonne Mbarushimana paraplegic refugee from Burundi in Central Africa — displays some of his crochet work, including Angry Birds. Photo Store

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