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KENYA OBAMA
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August 28, 2006
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) and Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai...
Nairobi, Kenya
Obama and Peace Prize laureate Mathai hold a tree before planting it in Nairobi's Uhuru park
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) and Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai hold a tree before planting it in Nairobi's Uhuru park August 28, 2006. Obama, the son of a Kenyan and a rising star in the Democratic Party is currently visiting four African countries to help spur political and economic development on the continent.
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KENYA OBAMA
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August 28, 2006
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) prepares to plant a tree together with Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate...
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Obama prepares to plant tree with Peace Prize laureate Mathai in Nairobi's Uhuru park
U.S. Senator Barack Obama (L) prepares to plant a tree together with Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai (2nd L) in Nairobi's Uhuru park August 28, 2006. Obama, the son of a Kenyan and a rising star in the Democratic Party is currently visiting four African countries to help spur political and economic development on the continent.
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
KENYA OBAMA
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August 28, 2006
U.S. Senator Barack Obama shows his dirty hands after he planted a tree together with Kenyan Nobel Peace...
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Obama shows hands after he planted a tree with Peace Prize laureate Mathai in Nairobi
U.S. Senator Barack Obama shows his dirty hands after he planted a tree together with Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai (R) in Nairobi's Uhuru park August 28, 2006. Obama, the son of a Kenyan and a rising star in the Democratic Party is currently visiting four African countries to help spur political and economic development on the continent.
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
KENYA OBAMA
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August 28, 2006
Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai (R) speaks after a tree planting...
Nairobi, Kenya
Peace Prize laureate Mathai speaks after tree planting ceremony together with U.S. Senator Obama in Nairobi...
Kenyan Nobel Peace Prize laureate and environmentalist Wangari Mathai (R) speaks after a tree planting ceremony together with U.S. Senator Barack Obama in Nairobi's Uhuru park August 28, 2006. Obama, the son of a Kenyan and a rising star in the Democratic Party is currently visiting four African countries to help spur political and economic development on the continent.
REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA)
MATHAI
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May 09, 2006
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai addresses...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai addresse.....
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai addresses to the media in Nairobi, Kenya, May 9, 2006 during the 114th Assembly and Related meeting for the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU).
KENYA
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May 09, 2006
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai addresses...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Mathai addresses to the...
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai addresses to the media in Nairobi, Kenya, May 9, 2006 during the 114th Assembly and Related meeting for the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU). REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
MATHAI
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November 21, 2005
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, hugs a...
Nyeri, Kenya
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, hugs a.....
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, hugs a woman after casting her vote on the proposed constitution at Itithe Primary School polling station in Nyeri district, 135 km from the capital Nairobi, November 21, 2005. [Kenyans voted on Monday in a referendum on a new constitution amid fears violence could mar a vote seen as a dress rehearsal for the east African nation's 2007 election.]
KENYA CONSTITUTION
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November 21, 2005
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, casts her...
Nyeri, Kenya
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, casts her...
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, casts her vote at Itithe Primary School polling station in Nyeri district, 135 km from the capital Nairobi, November 21, 2005. Kenyans voted on Monday in a referendum on a new constitution amid fears violence could mar a vote seen as a dress rehearsal for the east African nation's 2007 election. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
KENYA CONSTITUTION
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November 21, 2005
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, presents...
Nyeri, Kenya
Kenya's Assistant Minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Mathai in Nyeri district...
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, presents her identification card before casting her vote on the proposed constitution at Itithe Primary School polling station in Nyeri district 135 km from the capital Nairobi, November 21, 2005. Kenyans voted on Monday in a referendum on a new constitution amid fears violence could mar a vote seen as a dress rehearsal for the east African nation's 2007 election. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
KENYA CONSTITUTION
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November 21, 2005
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner (L), watches...
Nyeri, Kenya
Kenya's assistant minister for Environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Wangari Mathai (L) looks...
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner (L), watches as an elderly man is carried to the polling station in Nyeri district, 135 km from the capital Nairobi, November 21, 2005. Kenyans voted on Monday in a referendum on a new constitution amid fears violence could mar a vote seen as a dress rehearsal for the east African nation's 2007 election. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna
KENYA CONSTITUTION
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November 21, 2005
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, hugs a...
Nyeri, Kenya
Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner Mathai hugs woman after...
Wangari Mathai, Kenya's assistant minister for environment and 2004 Noble Peace prize winner, hugs a woman after casting her vote on the proposed constitution at Itithe Primary School polling station in Nyeri district, 135 km from the capital Nairobi, November 21, 2005. Kenyans voted on Monday in a referendum on a new constitution amid fears violence could mar a vote seen as a dress rehearsal for the east African nation's 2007 election. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna Pictures of the Month November 2005
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