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ZANZIBAR FESTICAL
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February 10, 2006
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician perform during the Sauti za Busata...
Stone Town, Tanzania
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician performs in Stone Town, Tanzania...
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician perform during the Sauti za Busata (Sounds of Wisdom) Music Festival in Stone Town Zanzibar, February 10, 2006. The five-day annual festival aims to brings together people of all ages and backgrounds in celebration of the wealth and variety of Swahili music. Picture taken on February 10, 2006. REUTERS/Sala Lewis
ZANZIBAR FESTICAL
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February 10, 2006
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician perform during the Sauti za Busata...
Stone Town, Tanzania
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician performs in Stone Town, Tanzania...
Bi Kidude, Zanzibars most famous taarab and unyago cultural musician perform during the Sauti za Busata (Sounds of Wisdom) Music Festival in Stone Town Zanzibar, February 10, 2006. The five-day annual festival aims to brings together people of all ages and backgrounds in celebration of the wealth and variety of Swahili music. Picture taken on February 10, 2006. REUTERS/Sala Lewis
ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November.....
Various spices are seen at a small family farm shop in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar.....
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso arranges various spices in a small shop run at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's isla.....
Spice farmer Kassim Sisso uses a panga to chop a cinnamon tree at his family farm in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. Zanzibar's agricultural reputation is based principally on the production of cloves but various other spices like cardamon, cinnamon, chillies, ginger, lemongrass, nutmeg, pepper, tumeric and vanilla are farmed on the island, nicknamed "Spices Island".
ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island villa.....
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. The small, black-faced Vervet monkeys can be found from the southern Sahara to the whole southern part of the African continent, including the Tanzanian archipelago.
ZANZIBAR
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November 03, 2005
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island village...
Kidichi, ZANZIBAR
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island villa.....
A baby vervet monkey (Cercopithecus aethiops) is seen in a bicycle basket in Zanzibar's island village of Kidichi November 3, 2005. The small, black-faced Vervet monkeys can be found from the southern Sahara to the whole southern part of the African continent, including the Tanzanian archipelago.
ZANZIBAR
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November 02, 2005
Supporters of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution") sing and dance as they celebrate...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
Supporters of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution") sing and dance as they celebrat.....
Supporters of Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution") sing and dance as they celebrate in front of a cannon during the swearing in ceremony of the president of volatile Zanzibar, Amani Abeid Karume, in Stone Town, November 2, 2005. [Karume, Zanzibar's re-elected president, urged his opponents on Wednesday to accept his narrow victory in disputed polls and also take the blame for what he called isolated ballot unrest on the troubled Tanzanian archipelago.]
KARUME
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November 02, 2005
The president of Zanzibar, Amani Abeid Karume of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
The president of Zanzibar, Amani Abeid Karume of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of th.....
The president of Zanzibar, Amani Abeid Karume of the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution"), arrives for a swearing-in ceremony in Stone Town, Zanzibar November 2, 2005. [Zanzibar's re-elected president urged his opponents on Wednesday to accept his narrow victory in disputed polls and also take the blame for what he called isolated ballot unrest on the troubled Tanzanian archipelago.]
HAMAD
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October 31, 2005
The Civic United Front (CUF) leader and presidenital candidate Seif Sharif Hamad briefs media during...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
The Civic United Front (CUF) leader and presidenital candidate Seif Sharif Hamad briefs media during.....
The Civic United Front (CUF) leader and presidenital candidate Seif Sharif Hamad briefs media during a news conference at his headquarters in Zanzibar's Stone Town October 31, 2005. [Both main parties, CUF and the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution") claimed to be ahead on elections on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian islands, based on early results. Security forces used tear gas, water cannons and sticks to disperse taunting opposition supporters in Zanzibar on Monday in a second day of violence over an election on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian islands.]
ZANZIBAR
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October 31, 2005
Supporters of Civic United Front (CUF) make victory sign in front of posters of their leader and presidental...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
Supporters of Civic United Front (CUF) make victory sign in front of posters of their leader and pre.....
Supporters of Civic United Front (CUF) make victory sign in front of posters of their leader and presidental candidate Seif Sharif Hamad outside their headquarters in Zanzibar's Stone Town October 31, 2005. [Both main parties, CUF and the ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM or "Party of the Revolution") claimed to be ahead on elections on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian islands, based on early results. Security forces used tear gas, water cannons and sticks to disperse taunting opposition supporters in Zanzibar on Monday in a second day of violence over an election on the semi-autonomous Tanzanian islands.]
ZANZIBAR
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October 31, 2005
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters help each other after clashes with security forces on...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters help each other after clashes with security forces on.....
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters help each other after clashes with security forces on the narrow alleys in Zanzibar's main Stone Town November 1, 2005. [Zanzibar's main opposition party said on Tuesday its candidate won a presidential poll as security forces fought opposition supporters in a third day of violent protests over] the Tanzanian islands' elections.
ZANZIBAR
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October 31, 2005
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters celebrate near a burning barricade after clashes with...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters celebrate near a burning barricade after clashes with.....
Opposition Civic United Front (CUF) supporters celebrate near a burning barricade after clashes with security forces in the narrow alleys of Zanzibar's Stone Town November 1, 2005. [Zanzibar's main opposition party said on Tuesday its candidate won a presidential poll as security forces fought opposition supporters in a third day of violent protests over the] Tanzanian islands' elections.
ZANZIBAR
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October 30, 2005
A Zanzibari woman reacts to the photographer presence as she line up outside a polling station in Zanzibar's...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
A Zanzibari woman reacts to the photographer presence as she line up outside a polling station in Za.....
A Zanzibari woman reacts to the photographer presence as she line up outside a polling station in Zanzibar's Stone Town October 30, 2005. [Rival supporters clashed on Sunday when Zanzibaris voted in an election on the Tanzanian islands that is being closely watched by the international community due to a history of violence and fraud allegations.]
ZANZIBAR
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October 30, 2005
Zanzibari men, framed by a typical wooden door in the island, line up to vote at a polling station in...
STONETOWN, ZANZIBAR
Zanzibari men, framed by a typical wooden door in the island, line up to vote at a polling station i.....
Zanzibari men, framed by a typical wooden door in the island, line up to vote at a polling station in Stone Town, Zanzibar, October 30, 2005. [Rival voters in Zanzibar skirmished and the opposition alleged dirty tricks including the kidnapping of six members as polling took place across the volatile Tanzanian islands.]
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