A man stands at the entrance to an overgrown cemetery containing Nigeria's war dead in Lagos, Nigeria, on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. Isaac Fadoyebo, who died in November at the age of 86, represents one of the last so-called “Burma Boys” still living through West and East Africa. On Thursday, his family and friends gathered for a final worship service and celebration of his life, as new attention has been paid to his sacrifices and those of other Africans drawn into the fighting. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)

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A man stands at the entrance to an overgrown cemetery containing Nigeria's war dead in Lagos, Nigeria, on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. Isaac Fadoyebo, who died in November at the age of 86, represents one of the last so-called “Burma Boys” still living through West and East Africa. On Thursday, his family and friends gathered for a final worship service and celebration of his life, as new attention has been paid to his sacrifices and those of other Africans drawn into the fighting. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
A man stands at the entrance to an overgrown cemetery containing Nigeria's war dead in Lagos, Nigeria, on Thursday, Jan. 24, 2013. Isaac Fadoyebo, who died in November at the age of 86, represents one of the last so-called “Burma Boys” still living through West and East Africa. On Thursday, his family and friends gathered for a final worship service and celebration of his life, as new attention has been paid to his sacrifices and those of other Africans drawn into the fighting. (AP Photo/Jon Gambrell)
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