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KENYA-FESTIVAL/
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August 19, 2015
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 17 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
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August 19, 2015
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 03 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
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August 19, 2015
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 05 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
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August 19, 2015
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 04 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA
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March 03, 2013
A young Samburu herder drives his cattle back home at the end of the day in Archers Post, Samburu county,...
ARCHERS POST, Kenya
A young Samburu herder drives his cattle back home at the end of the day in Archers Post, Samburu county,...
A young Samburu herder drives his cattle back home at the end of the day in Archers Post, Samburu county, northern Kenya March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
KENYA/
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March 03, 2013
Youths read a message on a mobile phone in Archers Post, Samburu county, northern Kenya March 3, 2013....
ARCHERS POST, Kenya
Youths read a message on a mobile phone in Archers Post, Samburu county, northern Kenya
Youths read a message on a mobile phone in Archers Post, Samburu county, northern Kenya March 3, 2013. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS TELECOMS)
KENYA-SHOMPOLE/
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October 30, 2007
James Lekalaile, a Samburu guide, holds on the door of a safari vehicle in the conservancy area near...
SHOMPOLE, Kenya
James Lekalaile, a Samburu guide, holds on the door of a safari vehicle in the conservancy area near...
James Lekalaile, a Samburu guide, holds on the door of a safari vehicle in the conservancy area near Shompole, a luxury eco-tourism lodge situated at some 180 km (110 miles) south of Nairobi, near the border with Tanzania, October 25, 2007. From more than 300 projects worldwide, Shompole won the 2006 Equator Prize for its grassroots efforts to reduce poverty through the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity. Over the last seven years Shompole has successfully repopulated the region's wildlife while bringing over half a million dollars to the local community. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
KENYA ECLIPSE
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October 03, 2005
A Samburu woman uses a smoked glass to observe an annular solar eclipse at Archer's Post, 350 km (214...
Archer's Post, Kenya
Samburu woman uses a smoked glass to observe an annular solar eclipse at Archer's Post in northern Kenya...
A Samburu woman uses a smoked glass to observe an annular solar eclipse at Archer's Post, 350 km (214 miles) north of capital Nairobi, October 3, 2005. An annular eclipse differs from a total eclipse in that the moon appears too small to completely cover the sun. As a result, the moon is surrounded by an intensely brilliant ring or annulus formed by the outer perimeter of the sun's disk. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti Pictures of the Month October 2005
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