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NIGER
RTR2RKJT
September 20, 2011
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RIX5
September 19, 2011
A Tuareg woman walks during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg woman walks during a sandstorm in Ingal
A Tuareg woman walks during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
NIGER
RTR2RIX0
September 19, 2011
A Tuareg woman fixes her tent during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg woman fixes her tent during a sandstorm in Ingal
A Tuareg woman fixes her tent during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
NIGER
RTR2RIWW
September 19, 2011
A camel crosses a road during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago...
INGAL, Niger
A camel crosses a road during a sandstorm in Ingal
A camel crosses a road during a sandstorm in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIWT
September 19, 2011
A sandstorm is seen in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)...
INGAL, Niger
A sandstorm is seen in Ingal
A sandstorm is seen in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
NIGER
RTR2RIWN
September 19, 2011
Participants register for a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18,...
INGAL, Niger
Participants register for a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Participants register for a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIWI
September 19, 2011
A man checks the teeth of a camels before a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger...
INGAL, Niger
A man checks the teeth of a camels before a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A man checks the teeth of a camels before a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIWB
September 19, 2011
Participants wait for the start of a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September...
INGAL, Niger
Participants wait for the start of a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Participants wait for the start of a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIW9
September 19, 2011
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger...
INGAL, Niger
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIW4
September 19, 2011
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger...
INGAL, Niger
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Participants ride their camels during a camel race at "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RIVW
September 19, 2011
Wodaabe men stand during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men stand during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men stand during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RIVT
September 19, 2011
Wodaabe girls arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe girls arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe girls arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 18 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RH1J
September 18, 2011
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul...
INGAL, Niger
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
NIGER
RTR2RH1B
September 18, 2011
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul...
INGAL, Niger
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Taureg man prepares tea during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
NIGER
RTR2RH17
September 18, 2011
Prime Minister of Niger Brigi Rafini waves as he arrives for the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Prime Minister of Niger Brigi Rafini waves as he arrives for the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Prime Minister of Niger Brigi Rafini waves as he arrives for the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
NIGER
RTR2RGWG
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe woman chooses a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGWE
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe men and women attend the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe men and women attend the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe men and women attend the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGWD
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGWB
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGW8
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe woman prepares to choose a husband during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGW6
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe man with greasepaint looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011....
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe man looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe man with greasepaint looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGW4
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe man looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe man looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe man looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGW2
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe man puts make-up on his lips during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011....
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe man puts make-up on his lips during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe man puts make-up on his lips during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGVX
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGVW
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGVG
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGVA
September 18, 2011
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul...
INGAL, Niger
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RGV7
September 18, 2011
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul...
INGAL, Niger
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Tuareg men ride their camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RGV0
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUZ
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUY
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUX
September 18, 2011
A Wodaabe man with face covered in greasepaint performs during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
A Wodaabe man with face covered in greasepaint performs during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Wodaabe man with face covered in greasepaint performs during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUU
September 18, 2011
A Tuareg man wearing a taguelmoust, a combination of veil and turban, looks on during the "Cure Salee"...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg man wearing a taguelmoust, a combination of veil and turban, looks on during the "Cure Salee"...
A Tuareg man wearing a taguelmoust, a combination of veil and turban, looks on during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUT
September 18, 2011
A Tuareg man riding on a camel takes part in the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg man riding on a camel takes part in the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Tuareg man riding on a camel takes part in the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
RTR2RGUR
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUP
September 18, 2011
Tuareg women and men perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
Tuareg women and men perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Tuareg women and men perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
RTR2RGUA
September 18, 2011
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
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September 18, 2011
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe girls walk as they arrive at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal, northern Niger September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY)
NIGER
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September 18, 2011
A Tuareg man wearing a taguelmoust, a combination of veil and turban that covers the face, walks past...
INGAL, Niger
Tuareg man wearing taguelmoust walks past camels during Cure Salee festival in Ingal
A Tuareg man wearing a taguelmoust, a combination of veil and turban that covers the face, walks past men and their camels at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY ANIMALS)
NIGER
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September 18, 2011
A Tuareg man carrying a sword stands among others at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17,...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg man carrying a sword stands among others at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Tuareg man carrying a sword stands among others at the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NIGER
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September 18, 2011
A Tuareg woman with painted face attends the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg,...
INGAL, Niger
A Tuareg woman with painted face attends the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
A Tuareg woman with painted face attends the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
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September 18, 2011
Tuareg men parade on camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul...
multiple cities, Niger
Tuareg men parade on camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Tuareg men parade on camels during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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