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KENYA-FRONTIER/WITNESS
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November 21, 2008
El Molo villagers (Kenya's smallest tribe) prepare their fish from lake Turkana in north-eastern Kenya,...
Turkana, Kenya
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El Molo villagers (Kenya's smallest tribe) prepare their fish from lake Turkana in north-eastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi. Picture taken on July 13,2008. To match feature KENYA-FRONTIER/WITNESS. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WJG
July 13, 2008
El Molo villagers sit by Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July...
Turkana, Kenya
El Molo villagers sit by Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya
El Molo villagers sit by Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is the smallest tribe in Kenya. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WJ7
July 13, 2008
El Molo villagers carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi,...
Turkana, Kenya
El Molo villagers carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya
El Molo villagers carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is the smallest tribe in Kenya. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WJ3
July 13, 2008
El Molo boys carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi,...
Turkana, Kenya
El Molo boys carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya
El Molo boys carry fish from Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is the smallest tribe in Kenya. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA
RTX7WHR
July 13, 2008
El Molo boys fetch water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi,...
Turkana, Kenya
El Molo boys fetch water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya
El Molo boys fetch water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is Kenya's smallest tribe. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WHM
July 13, 2008
El Molo villagers stand outside their shelters at Loiyangalani village in northeastern Kenya, some 567km...
Turkana, Kenya
El Molo villagers stand outside their shelters at Loiyangalani village in northeastern Kenya
El Molo villagers stand outside their shelters at Loiyangalani village in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is Kenya's smallest tribe. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WHJ
July 13, 2008
An El Molo boy fetches water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi,...
Turkana, Kenya
An El Molo boy fetches water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya
An El Molo boy fetches water at Lake Turkana in northeastern Kenya, some 567km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is Kenya's smallest tribe. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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RTX7WHF
July 13, 2008
Boys from El Molo tribe stand next to a boat near Lake Turkana at Loiyangalani village in northeastern...
Turkana, Kenya
Boys from El Molo tribe stand next to a boat near Lake Turkana at Loiyangalani village in northeastern...
Boys from El Molo tribe stand next to a boat near Lake Turkana at Loiyangalani village in northeastern Kenya, some 567 km from the capital Nairobi, July 13, 2008. El Molo is Kenya's smallest tribe. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
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Wedding Ceremony of Kenya's El-Molo Tribe - 21 Jun 2007
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RTR1QZYR
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are very small in number, but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYP
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose with some friends during a wedding...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose with some friends during a wedding...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose with some friends during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYL
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are very small in number, but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYJ
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYI
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance in front of their women and children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYE
June 21, 2007
A groom from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A groom from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in...
A groom from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYB
June 21, 2007
A bride's maids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A bride's maids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
A bride's maids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZYA
June 21, 2007
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZY9
June 21, 2007
Two Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose on the shore of Lake Turkana during...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Two Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose on the shore of Lake Turkana during...
Two Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose on the shore of Lake Turkana during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZY4
June 21, 2007
A circumciser from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, shows a hippopotamus tooth given to the bride...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A circumciser from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, shows a hippopotamus tooth in El-molo bay in...
A circumciser from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, shows a hippopotamus tooth given to the bride who has just been circumcised before her wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZY3
June 21, 2007
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo is assisted by colleagues at a dance children...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo is assisted by colleagues at a dance children...
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo is assisted by colleagues at a dance children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
KENYA/
RTR1QZY2
June 21, 2007
A bride from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A bride from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised...
A bride from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised before her wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZY0
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZXV
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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June 21, 2007
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, sits...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A bride from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo sits next to her mother after been circumcised before...
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, sits next to her mother after been circumcised before her wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. On the right is the bride's mother. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZXS
June 21, 2007
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance as he walks with their women and...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance as he walks with their women and...
A Natele (warrior) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance as he walks with their women and children during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZXQ
June 21, 2007
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised...
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised before her wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. On the right is the bride's mother. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZXN
June 21, 2007
A bride (R) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A bride (L) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised...
A bride (R) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo, with her dress and feet stained of blood, smiles as she covers her legs after been circumcised before her wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighbouring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. On the left is the bride's circumciser. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZXE
June 21, 2007
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo pose for a photograph during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, which live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZX6
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZX4
June 21, 2007
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo prepare for a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZX1
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZVG
June 21, 2007
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo holds an elder's weapon during a wedding ceremony in...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo holds an elder's weapon during a wedding ceremony in...
A boy from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo holds an elder's weapon during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZUR
June 21, 2007
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZUQ
June 21, 2007
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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June 21, 2007
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay...
Bridesmaids from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo smile during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. According to their tradition the bride is circumcised on her wedding day. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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RTR1QZUM
June 21, 2007
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance with their women during a wedding...
LOIYANGALANI, Kenya
Warriors from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance together with their women during a wedding...
Natele (warriors) from Kenya's smallest ethnic group El-molo dance with their women during a wedding ceremony in El-molo bay in Loiyangalani, northeastern Kenya, June 29, 2006. El-molo, who live on the southern shores of Lake Turkana are in very small numbers but the population has increased at about 300-400 people by intermarriages with neighboring Turkana and Samburu tribes. Picture taken June 29, 2006. REUTERS/Boniface Mwangi/Files (KENYA)
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