Attacked for body parts, Tanzanian albino children get new limbs in U.S.

by Ellen Wulfhorst, Sebastien Malo, Mariam Dwedar, Shanshan Chen

People with albinism live in danger in Tanzania where their body parts are used in witchcraft and can fetch a high price. Four Tanzanian children with albinism, who were attacked for body parts, get new limbs in the United States to help them do everyday tasks most people take for granted.Read the full story here, the photo essay here and the factbox here