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Two Pythons support the Sahara’s refugees

By Stefan Simanowitz  

The author with Terry Jones and Michael Palin

In Hampstead on Thursday, Michael Palin and Terry Jones were among the celebrities attending a private view of photographs from the Western Sahara refugee camps. They were joined at the exhibition, which presents images of refugees from one of the world’s longest and least-reported conflicts, by Western Saharan human rights activist Mohamed Fadel, 25, who fled to Britain last October having been tortured by Moroccan police.

The pair are no strangers to desert,…

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