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FILMFESTIVAL-CANNES/
RTX37MWZ
May 25, 2017
70th Cannes Film Festival - Screening of the TV series "Twin Peaks" presented as part of 70th Anniversary...
Cannes, France
70th Cannes Film Festival - Screening of the TV series Twin Peaks presented as part of 70th Anniversary...
70th Cannes Film Festival - Screening of the TV series "Twin Peaks" presented as part of 70th Anniversary Events - Red Carpet Arrivals - Cannes, France. 25/05/2017. Musicians Amadou Bagayoko and Mariam Doumbia pose. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
BRITAIN/
RTR254R9
June 28, 2009
Mariam Doumbia of blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam performs at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Mariam Doumbia of blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam performs at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south...
Mariam Doumbia of blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam performs at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south west England June 28, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR254R8
June 28, 2009
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south west England June 28, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR254R3
June 28, 2009
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south west England June 28, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR254R1
June 28, 2009
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury...
Blind Malian duo Amadou & Mariam comprising Mariam Doumbia (L) and Amadou Bagayoko perform at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south west England June 28, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
BRITAIN
RTR16PJV
February 27, 2006
Mariam Doumbia who is blind performs during the African Soul Rebels concert at the Barbican in London...
London, United Kingdom
Mariam Doumbia performs at the Barbican in London
Mariam Doumbia who is blind performs during the African Soul Rebels concert at the Barbican in London February 27, 2006. Double World Music Award winners, Amadou and Mariam, were the headline act of the Concert. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN
RTR16PJT
February 27, 2006
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels...
London, United Kingdom
Amadou and Mariam perform at the Barbican in London
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels concert at the Barbican in London February 27, 2006. Double World Music Award winners, Amadou and Mariam, were the headline act of the concert. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN
RTR16PJS
February 27, 2006
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels...
London, United Kingdom
Amadou and Mariam perform at the Barbican in London
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels concert at the Barbican in London February 27, 2006. Double World Music Award winners, Amadou and Mariam, were the headline act of the concert. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
BRITAIN
RTR16PJR
February 27, 2006
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels...
London, United Kingdom
Amadou and Mariam perform at the Barbican in London
Blind Malian husband Amadou Bagayoko (R) and wife Mariam Doumbia perform during the African Soul Rebels concert at the Barbican in London, February 27, 2006. Double World Music Award winners, Amadou and Mariam, were the headline act of the concert. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194XO
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood in...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194XK
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood in...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194XG
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood with assistants in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194XD
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia pose next to their car in Bamako, Mali,...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo pose next to their car in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia pose next to their car in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194V1
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (4th R) and Mariam Doumbia (2nd R) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (4th R) and Mariam Doumbia (2nd R) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194UX
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194US
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194UI
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194UD
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194U9
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194QK
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194QE
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia (2nd L) sing a song on the front porch...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia (2nd L) sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194Q9
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia pose in their car in Bamako, Mali, January...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo pose in their car in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia pose in their car in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194PR
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (2nd R) and Mariam Doumbia (L) walk around their neighbourhood with assistants in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194DN
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia sit on the front porch of their house...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo sit on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia sit on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194DH
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia stand on the front porch of their house...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo stand on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia stand on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194DD
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako,...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo go for a walk in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko and Mariam Doumbia (C) walk around their neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194D7
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo member Mariam Doumbia (C) walks around the neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo member go for a walk in Bamako
Blind Malian singing duo member Mariam Doumbia (C) walks around the neighbourhood in Bamako, Mali, January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194CP
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194CM
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo member Amadou Bagayoko sings a song on the front porch of his house in Bamako,...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo member Amadou performs on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo member Amadou Bagayoko sings a song on the front porch of his house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam Doumbia have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR194CH
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR193YC
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian duo sing a song on the front porch of their house in Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR192IH
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam perform on front porch of house in Bamako
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina PICTURES OF THE MONTH JANUARY 2006
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR1928X
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia smile while walking around their neighborhood...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam smile go for a walk in Bamako
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (R) and Mariam Doumbia smile while walking around their neighborhood in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR1928N
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam perform on front porch of house in Bamako
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR191PN
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam perform on front porch of house in Bamako
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
LEISURE MALI MUSIC
RTR191PG
January 25, 2006
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house...
Bamako, Mali
Blind Malian singing duo Amadou and Mariam perform on the front porch of their house in Bamako
Blind Malian duo Amadou Bagayoko (L) and Mariam Doumbia sing a song on the front porch of their house in Bamako, Mali January 25, 2006. Thirty years after they met and fell in love through music, Amadou and Mariam have swept onto the international stage with their soothing message of peace, harmony and hope. With a Grammy nomination, concert tours, and a flurry of media interviews, the couple have had little time for themselves since their album "Dimanche a Bamako" (Sunday in Bamako) won rave reviews in Europe and the United States last year. Picture taken January 25, 2006. REUTERS/Juan Medina
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