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March 19, 2017 
An elephant walks in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro Mountain, Kenya, March 19, 2017.... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
An elephant walks in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro Mountain 
An elephant walks in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro Mountain, Kenya, March 19, 2017. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
KENYA-ANIMALS
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March 19, 2017 
Elephants walk in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro mountain, Kenya, March 17, 2017. Picture... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Elephants walk in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro mountain 
Elephants walk in Amboseli National Park in front of Kilimanjaro mountain, Kenya, March 17, 2017. Picture taken on March 17. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic 
KENYA-LAND/WOMEN
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October 13, 2016 
Kenya's Lands Minister Jacob Kaimenyi (5th L) and Mariamu El Maawy (7th L), principal secretary in the... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Jacob Kaimenyi and Mariamu El Maawy flag off a bus of women who will climb Mount Kilimanjaro as part... 
Kenya's Lands Minister Jacob Kaimenyi (5th L) and Mariamu El Maawy (7th L), principal secretary in the Lands and Physical Planning Ministry, flag off a bus of women who will climb Mount Kilimanjaro as part of a campaign for land rights in Nairobi, Kenya, October 13, 2016. Thomson Reuters Foundation/Katy Migiro/via REUTERS
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March 26, 2016 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind a maasai herdman as he drives his goats and sheep from a water point... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind a maasai herdman as he drives his goats and sheep from a water point... 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind a maasai herdman as he drives his goats and sheep from a water point outside Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 25, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-DALIY LIFE/
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March 26, 2016 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind maasai women carrying firewood outside Amboseli National Park, southeast... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind maasai women carrying firewood outside Amboseli National Park, southeast... 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind maasai women carrying firewood outside Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 26, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
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March 26, 2016 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind an elephant at Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind an elephant at Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital... 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen behind an elephant at Amboseli National Park, southeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, March 25, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
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January 26, 2015 
Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance, as elephants walk in Amboseli National park January 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance, as elephants walk in Amboseli National park 
Mount Kilimanjaro in the distance, as elephants walk in Amboseli National park January 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
KENYA
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January 26, 2015 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen in the distance, as monkeys sit on a tree in Amboseli National park January... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen in the distance, as monkeys sit on a tree in Amboseli National park 
Mount Kilimanjaro is seen in the distance, as monkeys sit on a tree in Amboseli National park January 26, 2015. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
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February 12, 2010 
A hyena peers for its prey at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 290 km (188 miles)... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
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A hyena peers for its prey at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 290 km (188 miles) southeast of Kenya's capital Nairobi, February 10, 2010. Amboseli's zebra and wildebeest population has been decimated by drought and the park's carnivores are now roaming far and wide in search of food, killing cows, donkeys and goats tended by Maasai pastoralists. Picture taken February 10, 2010. To match Reuters Life! KENYA-WILDLIFE/ REUTERS/David Clarke (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
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December 11, 2009 
A vehicle drives past Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the foot of... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
A vehicle drives past Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district 
A vehicle drives past Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the foot of Africa's snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, images of the mountain adorn the sides of rusting zinc shacks and beer bottle labels, but the fate of the real version hangs in the balance. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (TANZANIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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December 11, 2009 
Houses are seen at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
Houses are seen at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district 
Houses are seen at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the foot of Africa's snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, images of the mountain adorn the sides of rusting zinc shacks and beer bottle labels, but the fate of the real version hangs in the balance. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (TANZANIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
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December 11, 2009 
A truck passes Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the foot of Africa's... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
A truck passes Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district 
A truck passes Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania's Hie district December 10, 2009. At the foot of Africa's snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, images of the mountain adorn the sides of rusting zinc shacks and beer bottle labels, but the fate of the real version hangs in the balance. REUTERS/Katrina Manson (TANZANIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
TANZANIA/
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March 30, 2008 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits... 
MANYARA, Tanzania 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits... 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits were flooded, in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared drowned in Tanzania after floods swept through a remote gemstone mine near Mount Kilimanjaro. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (TANZANIA) 
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March 30, 2008 
A villager pushes his bicycle through flood waters in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded... 
MANYARA, Tanzania 
A villager pushes his bicycle through flood waters in the Manyara region 
A villager pushes his bicycle through flood waters in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared drowned in Tanzania after floods swept through a remote gemstone mine near Mount Kilimanjaro. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (TANZANIA) 
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March 30, 2008 
Miners wait on the top of a hill to hear news about their trapped colleagues, as rescue efforts continue,... 
MANYARA, Tanzania 
Miners wait on the top of a hill to hear news about their trapped colleagues, as rescue efforts continue,... 
Miners wait on the top of a hill to hear news about their trapped colleagues, as rescue efforts continue, in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared drowned in Tanzania after floods swept through a remote gemstone mine near Mount Kilimanjaro. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (TANZANIA) 
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March 30, 2008 
Miners sit on a hill top in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared... 
MANYARA, Tanzania 
Miners sit on a hill top in the Manyara region 
Miners sit on a hill top in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared drowned in Tanzania after floods swept through a remote gemstone mine near Mount Kilimanjaro. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (TANZANIA) 
TANZANIA-MINERS/
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March 30, 2008 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits... 
MANYARA, Tanzania 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits... 
Kitalu pit miners wait to hear news about their three colleagues, who remained trapped after eight pits were flooded, in the Manyara region March 30, 2008. Hopes faded on Sunday for 65 miners feared drowned in Tanzania after floods swept through a remote gemstone mine near Mount Kilimanjaro. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (TANZANIA) 
TANZANIA
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November 22, 2007 
A fresh dusting of snow sits atop the dormant volcano of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, in... 
Zanzibar, Tanzania 
A fresh dusting of snow sits atop mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania 
A fresh dusting of snow sits atop the dormant volcano of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, in northern Tanzania, November 22, 2007. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (TANZANIA) 
KENYA/
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August 29, 2007 
An elephant rests in a marsh in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, 290 km (188 miles)... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
An elephant rests in a marsh in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 
An elephant rests in a marsh in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, 290 km (188 miles) southeast of capital Nairobi, August 29, 2007. The east African heads of tourist boards want tourists to use a single visa to access attraction centers in Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Burundi in an attempt to market the region as a single tourist destination, Kenya's tourist board managing director Achieng Ongong'a said. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (KENYA) 
KENYA
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March 23, 2007 
Flamingoes fly in Amboseli National Park near Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 5,895 meters (19,340... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Flamingoes fly in Amboseli National Park near Mount Kilimanjaro 
Flamingoes fly in Amboseli National Park near Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 5,895 meters (19,340 ft), March 22, 2007. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
KENYA
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March 23, 2007 
The snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 5,895 meters (19,340 ft), is seen between... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
The snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is seen between the clouds from Amboseli National Park 
The snow capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, with an elevation of 5,895 meters (19,340 ft), is seen between the clouds from Amboseli National Park, March 22, 2007. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
KENYA
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March 23, 2007 
A Masai woman carries water back to her hut in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park March... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
A Masai woman carries water back to her hut in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park 
A Masai woman carries water back to her hut in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park March 21, 2007. Picture taken March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
KENYA
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March 23, 2007 
Three marabou storks sit in a tree in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park March 21,... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Three marabou storks sit in a tree in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park 
Three marabou storks sit in a tree in front of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park March 21, 2007. Picture taken March 21, 2007. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (KENYA) 
CITIES/
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December 11, 2006 
A Maasai woman stands outside her manyatta (hut) made from cow dung in the village of Esiteti at the... 
ESITETI, Kenya 
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A Maasai woman stands outside her manyatta (hut) made from cow dung in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, southern Kenya November 12, 2006. According to U.N. data, the world's urban population is poised to surpass the rural total for the first time in history. Picture taken November 12, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
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December 11, 2006 
A Maasai woman repairs her manyatta (hut) using cow dung in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount... 
ESITETI, Kenya 
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A Maasai woman repairs her manyatta (hut) using cow dung in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, southern Kenya November 12, 2006. According to U.N. data, the world's urban population is poised to surpass the rural total for the first time in history. Picture taken November 12, 2006. To match feature CITIES/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
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November 12, 2006 
A lion guards his kill as a hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot... 
Kenya 
Lion guards his kill as hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot of Mount... 
A lion guards his kill as a hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006 
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli... 
Kenya 
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli... 
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006 
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli, pose for a portrait with... 
ESITETI, Kenya 
Kinyaol Porboli, chief of Esiteti village, and his wife pose for portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the... 
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli, pose for a portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background in southern Kenya November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006 
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli pose for a portrait with... 
ESITETI, Kenya 
Kinyaol Porboli, chief of Esiteti village, and his wife pose for portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the... 
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli pose for a portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background in southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
RTR1J9KC 
November 12, 2006 
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern... 
Kenya 
Elephants graze on plains at foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya 
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
RTR1J9KA 
November 12, 2006 
An elephant grazes at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November... 
Kenya 
Elephant grazes at foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya 
An elephant grazes at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006 
A giraffe stands under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern... 
Kenya 
Giraffe stands under tree in Amboseli national park in southern Kenya 
A giraffe stands under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006 
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United... 
Kenya 
Elephants graze on plains at foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006.... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006.... 
Kenya 
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya,... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting Nov. 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The... 
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro 
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA) 
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April 06, 2006 
File photo of snow covered Uhuru peak of the largest free-standing volcano in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
Snow covered Uhuru peak of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania 
File photo of snow covered Uhuru peak of the largest free-standing volcano in the world, Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, taken on March 10, 2006. The Uhuru peak, 5,896 meters 19,343.83 feet) above sea level is on the top and Furtwangler glacier on the right of the top left picture. Pictures taken March 10, 2006. REUTERS/Neil Wallace BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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April 03, 2006 
Combination photo shows the snow-covered top of the largest free-standing volcano in the world Mount... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
Combination photo shows snow-covered top of the largest free-standing volcano in the world Mount Kilimanjaro... 
Combination photo shows the snow-covered top of the largest free-standing volcano in the world Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, in this aerial images taken on March 10, 2006. The Uhuru peak, 5,896 meters (19,343.83 feet) above sea level is on the top and Furtwangler glacier on the right of the top left picture. Tanzania's government has banned plastic bags and containers and ordered people to stop farming and logging on Africa's highest mountain, among other environmental measures. Vice-President Ali Muhammed Shein, quoted by a South African newspaper, said the government's ban on the importation, manufacture and sale of plastic bags and plastic drinking containers would take effect in October so that manufacturers and importers had time to find alternatives. Pictures taken March 10, 2006. REUTERS/Neil Wallace 
MOUNT KILIMANJARO
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January 11, 2006 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03JAN06- A raven flies over tents at Karanga Ridge on Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the world's... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03JAN06- A raven flies over tents at Karanga Ridge on Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the wor..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 03JAN06- A raven flies over tents at Karanga Ridge on Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the world's largest volcanoes and the highest free-standing mountain, in Tanzania January 3, 2006. The mountain has become an icon for environmental campaigners, with scientists predicting that the mountain's glaciers will vanish within the next twenty years because of global warming. Some 20,000 tourists attempt to climb to the summit every year. Photo taken January 3, 2006.
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January 05, 2006 
A Tanzanian tour guide leads a group of Spanish tourists as they start climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's... 
Marangu, Tanzania 
A Tanzanian tour guide leads a group of Spanish tourists as they start climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in... 
A Tanzanian tour guide leads a group of Spanish tourists as they start climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain at 5,895 metres (19,650 feet), in Marangu, Tanzania, January 5, 2006. Three American tourists were killed when rocks tumbled down Mount Kilimanjaro and smashed into climbers preparing to scale the peak of the mountain, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna 
TANZANIA KILIMANJARO
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January 05, 2006 
Spanish tourists make their way at the start of their climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain... 
Marangu, Tanzania 
Spanish tourists make their way at the start of their climb of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania 
Spanish tourists make their way at the start of their climb of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain at 5,895 meters (19,650 feet), in Marangu, Tanzania, January 5, 2006. Three American tourists were killed when rocks tumbled down Mount Kilimanjaro and smashed into climbers preparing to scale the peak of the mountain, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna 
KENYA
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November 18, 2005 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18,... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November ..... 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18, 2005. [Kenyans are preparing for the November 21 referendum on a proposed new constitution. The electoral body has complained about the referendum campaign process, the violence it says is incited by politicians, and a lack of adequate voter education.] 
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RTXNZEU 
November 18, 2005 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park Nove..... 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18, 2005. Kenyans are preparing for the November 21 referendum on a proposed new constitution. [The electoral body has complained about the referendum campaign process, the violence it says is incited by politicians, and a lack of adequate voter education.] 
KENYA
RTR1B95W 
November 18, 2005 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18,... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18, 2005. Kenyans are preparing for the November 21 referendum on a proposed new constitution. The electoral body has complained about the referendum campaign process; the violence it says is incited by politicians; and a lack of adequate voter education. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
KENYA
RTR1B91E 
November 18, 2005 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 
A Kenyan Maasai walks behind his cattle in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18, 2005. Kenyans are preparing for the November 21 referendum on a proposed new constitution. The electoral body has complained about the referendum campaign process; the violence it says is incited by politicians; and a lack of adequate voter education. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
KENYA
RTR1B91A 
November 18, 2005 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18,... 
Amboseli, Kenya 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park 
Kenyan Maasai people talk politics in front of mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park November 18, 2005. Kenyans are preparing for the November 21 referendum on a proposed new constitution. The electoral body has complained about the referendum campaign process; the violence it says is incited by politicians; and a lack of adequate voter education. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
KILIMANJARO
RTXNXXS 
October 31, 2005 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31,... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31..... 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31, 2005. The name Kilimanjaro is from Swahili and means "the mountain that glitters". It is composed of three extinct volcanoes; Kibo at 5895 metres (3.6 miles), Mawenzi at 5149 metres (3.2 miles) and Shira at 3962 metres (2.3 miles). It is one of the world's highest freestanding mountains, but Kibo has been eroded by glaciers, rivers and landslides to its present height and it is believed that like its neighbour Mt. Kenya, is losing glaciers due to global warming. 
KILIMANJARO
RTXNXXJ 
October 31, 2005 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31,... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31..... 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31, 2005. The name Kilimanjaro is from Swahili and means "the mountain that glitters". It is composed of three extinct volcanoes; Kibo at 5895 metres (3.6 miles), Mawenzi at 5149 metres (3.2 miles) and Shira at 3962 metres (2.3 miles). It is one of the world's highest freestanding mountains, but Kibo has been eroded by glaciers, rivers and landslides to its present height and it is believed that like its neighbour Mt. Kenya, is losing glaciers due to global warming. 
TANZANIA
RTR1AMM3 
October 31, 2005 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31,... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31, 2005. The name Kilimanjaro is from Swahili and means "the mountain that glitters". It is composed of three extinct volcanoes; Kibo at 5895 metres (3.6 miles), Mawenzi at 5149 metres (3.2 miles) and Shira at 3962 metres (2.3 miles). It is one of the world's highest freestanding mountains, but Kibo has been eroded by glaciers, rivers and landslides to its present height and it is believed that like its neighbour Mt. Kenya, is losing glaciers due to global warming. REUTERS/Nina Schwendemann 
TANZANIA
RTR1ALEP 
October 31, 2005 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31,... 
Kilimanjaro, Tanzania 
Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania 
The peak of Mount Kilimanjaro, or Kibo, is seen from an aircraft in northeastern Tanzania October 31, 2005. The name Kilimanjaro is from Swahili and means "the mountain that glitters". It is composed of three extinct volcanoes; Kibo at 5895 metres (3.6 miles), Mawenzi at 5149 metres (3.2 miles) and Shira at 3962 metres (2.3 miles). It is one of the world's highest freestanding mountains, but Kibo has been eroded by glaciers, rivers and landslides to its present height and it is believed that like its neighbour Mt. Kenya, is losing glaciers due to global warming. REUTERS/Nina Schwendemann 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR TOURISM
RTR1AGCU 
October 28, 2005 
A traditional Dhow boat is seen at the empty shore in Paje, a tourist beach in eastern Zanzibar island... 
Paje, Tanzania 
Traditional Dhow boat is seen at empty shore in Paje eastern Zanzibar island 
A traditional Dhow boat is seen at the empty shore in Paje, a tourist beach in eastern Zanzibar island October 28, 2005. It is the height of the tourist season in Zanzibar, but a mere handful of foreigners are enjoying the azure waters and white sands of Paje beach. That is unusual for Tanzania's glittering Indian Ocean islands -- a beacon for many tourists wrapping up a holiday after a tough hike up Mount Kilimanjaro or a game reserve tour. Tourism players in Paje and elsewhere across the Zanzibar archipelago say the threat of violence at Sunday's vote for the local presidency has temporarily scared away many foreign visitors and their much-needed money. Picture taken October 28, 2005. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR TOURISM
RTR1AF97 
October 28, 2005 
A tourist passes by a traditional Dhow boat on an empty beach in Paje, in eastern Zanzibar island October... 
Paje, Tanzania 
Tourist passes by a traditional Dhow boat on empty beach in Paje eastern Zanzibar island 
A tourist passes by a traditional Dhow boat on an empty beach in Paje, in eastern Zanzibar island October 28, 2005. It is the height of the tourist season in Zanzibar, but a mere handful of foreigners are enjoying the azure waters and white sands of Paje beach. That is unusual for Tanzania's glittering Indian Ocean islands -- a beacon for many tourists wrapping up a holiday after a tough hike up Mount Kilimanjaro or a game reserve tour. Tourism players in Paje and elsewhere across the Zanzibar archipelago say the threat of violence at Sunday's vote for the local presidency has temporarily scared away many foreign visitors and their much-needed money. Picture taken October 28, 2005. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti 
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