The park ranger tortured for doing his job
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The park ranger kidnapped and tortured for protecting wildlife

Park ranger Rodrigue Mugaruka Katembo, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, explains how he lives in constant fear of attack for protecting wildlife in Virunga National Park.

The former child soldier, who has been awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize, told the BBC how he has to live away from his family, for their own safety.

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Video produced by Daniel South

  • 25 Apr 2017
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