Telegraph reader Tim Taylor has just sent us this photo, whhich he took on a cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo about three years ago. He writes: These kids arrived in a bus and wanted to take over the mine. After some ‘discussions’ they were told that they had no experience of running a cobalt mine and that it would be of no use to them. So, after accepting an offer of some food,and posing for some photographs, they were on their way. The guns were real with live amunition, and they had bottles of ‘bullet proof’ water with them, from the local witch doctor. @telegraph.co.uk
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Telegraph reader Tim Taylor has just sent us this photo, whhich he took on a cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo about three years ago. He writes: These kids arrived in a bus and wanted to take over the mine. After some ‘discussions’ they were told that they had no experience of running a cobalt mine and that it would be of no use to them. So, after accepting an offer of some food,and posing for some photographs, they were on their way. The guns were real with live amunition, and they had bottles of ‘bullet proof’ water with them, from the local witch doctor. @telegraph.co.uk