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3 March 2017, Thaba Bosiu, Lesotho: Left to right: Kamohelo Tiheli, Retselisitsoe Sekoati, Scott Ramoriting, and Khotso Moleli. Staff from the Blue Cross Rehabilitation Centre for patients suffering from alcohol or drug abuse, visit the mountain of Thaba Bosiu ('Night Mountain'), in Lesotho. The rehabilitation centre is the only one of its kind in the country. Thaba Bosiu is a sandstone plateau some 24 kilometers east of Lesotho’s capital, Maseru. The name means Night Mountain, and surrounding the plateau is a small village and open plains. Thaba Bosiu was once the capital of Lesotho, and the mountain was the stronghold of the Basotho king when the kingdom of Lesotho was formed.
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