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EGYPT-SECURITY/
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October 21, 2017
A car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May...
Siwa, Egypt
A car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo, Egypt
A car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2015. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-SECURITY/
RTX3HLC2
October 21, 2017
A security check point in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo,...
Siwa, Egypt
A security check point in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo...
A security check point in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis in Siwa, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2015. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYLJ
September 14, 2015
Four-wheel drive cars cross the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Four-wheel drive cars cross the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo
Four-wheel drive cars cross the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in this picture taken May 15, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYJM
September 14, 2015
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest...
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in this picture taken May 15, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYJ1
September 14, 2015
A four-wheel drive car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A four-wheel drive car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo...
A four-wheel drive car crosses the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in this picture taken May 15, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYJ0
September 14, 2015
A security check point is seen through a car's windscreen in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A security check point is seen through a car's windscreen in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya...
A security check point is seen through a car's windscreen in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in this picture taken May 16, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYH8
September 14, 2015
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest...
Four-wheel drive cars cross the sand dunes in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in picture taken May 15, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-VIOLENCE-MEXICO
RTSYH6
September 14, 2015
Four-wheel drive cars are seen parked at a camp in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis,...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Four-wheel drive cars are seen parked at a camp in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis...
Four-wheel drive cars are seen parked at a camp in the Egyptian western desert and the Bahariya Oasis, southwest of Cairo in this picture taken May 15, 2015. Egyptian security forces killed 12 Mexicans and Egyptians and injured 10 "by accident" on Monday, mistaking a tourist convoy for militants they were chasing in the country's western desert, the ministry of interior said. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
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June 06, 2015
The 'Milky Way' is seen in the night sky around telescopes and camps of people over rocks in the White...
FARAFRA, Egypt
The 'Milky Way' is seen in the night sky around telescopes and camps of people over rocks in the White...
The 'Milky Way' is seen in the night sky around telescopes and camps of people over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 16, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMU
June 06, 2015
Rock shapes are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015....
FARAFRA, Egypt
Rock shapes are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo
Rock shapes are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMT
June 06, 2015
Rocks known as 'El Mokhimat' (tents) are seen in the Old White Desert near the Farafra Oasis southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Rocks known as 'El Mokhimat' are seen in the Old White Desert near the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo...
Rocks known as 'El Mokhimat' (tents) are seen in the Old White Desert near the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 16, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMS
June 06, 2015
A man walks near rocks which are known as 'Ajabaat Rocks' in the White Desert near the Farafra Oasis...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A man walks near rocks which are known as 'Ajabaat Rocks' in the White Desert near the Farafra Oasis...
A man walks near rocks which are known as 'Ajabaat Rocks' in the White Desert near the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMN
June 06, 2015
A woman walks through the Black Desert near the Bahariya Oasis southwest of Cairo May 16, 2015. The Black...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A woman walks through the Black Desert near the Bahariya Oasis southwest of Cairo
A woman walks through the Black Desert near the Bahariya Oasis southwest of Cairo May 16, 2015. The Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt, lies about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo. As the rock erodes over time, it takes on varying shades of black and grey, giving the landscape a charred look that contrasts with the lighter colours in the arid terrain. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCML
June 06, 2015
A man walks near tracks in the sands created by four-by-four vehicles in the White Desert north of the...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A man walks near tracks in the sands created by four-by-four vehicles in the White Desert north of the...
A man walks near tracks in the sands created by four-by-four vehicles in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMJ
June 06, 2015
A rock formation known as 'Africa Sand' is seen in the White Desert near Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A rock formation known as 'Africa Sand' is seen in the White Desert near Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo...
A rock formation known as 'Africa Sand' is seen in the White Desert near Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMI
June 06, 2015
Sands shaped by the wind are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Sands shaped by the wind are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo
Sands shaped by the wind are seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMH
June 06, 2015
A woman walks near a rock formation known as 'Mushroom Rock' in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A woman walks near a rock formation known as 'Mushroom Rock' in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
A woman walks near a rock formation known as 'Mushroom Rock' in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMD
June 06, 2015
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
A rock formation known as 'Camel Rock' is seen in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMC
June 06, 2015
The planet Venus is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
The planet Venus is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
The planet Venus is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCMB
June 06, 2015
The 'Milky Way' is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest...
FARAFRA, Egypt
The Milky Way is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis
The 'Milky Way' is seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCM9
June 06, 2015
Campers look up at stars in the night sky in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of...
FARAFRA, Egypt
Campers look up at stars in the night sky in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of...
Campers look up at stars in the night sky in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCM8
June 06, 2015
A huge number of stars are seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A huge number of stars are seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
A huge number of stars are seen in the night sky over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 16, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 16, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCM2
June 06, 2015
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May...
FARAFRA, Egypt
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis, southwest of Cairo
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCM1
June 06, 2015
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015....
FARAFRA, Egypt
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis
The sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis southwest of Cairo May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-TOURISM/
RTX1FCLX
June 06, 2015
A woman walks along the sand dunes as the sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
FARAFRA, Egypt
A woman walks along the sand dunes as the sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra...
A woman walks along the sand dunes as the sun sets over rocks in the White Desert north of the Farafra Oasis, southwest of Cairo, Egypt May 15, 2015. The White Desert, about 500 km southwest of the Egyptian capital Cairo, features limestone and chalk forms strangely shaped by the wind and sand, a terrain that gains in intensity when illuminated by the moon. Slightly to the north lies the Black Desert, given its name by the volcanic rock dolerite, similar to basalt. Four-by-four and trekking trips for tourists include Bedouin music around campfires and nights slept under a breathtaking array of stars. Picture taken May 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
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EGYPT-DAILYLIFE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4JIDX
December 29, 2014
Men warm themselves by a fire outside their houses on a street in Siwa, November 24, 2014. Residents...
Siwa, Egypt
Men warm themselves by a fire outside their houses on a street in Siwa
Men warm themselves by a fire outside their houses on a street in Siwa, November 24, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A man stands at a farm while a worker collects palm leaves to make a traditional basket used for storing...
Siwa, Egypt
A man stands at a farm while a worker collects palm leaves to make a traditional basket used for storing...
A man stands at a farm while a worker collects palm leaves to make a traditional basket used for storing food in front of his house, November 22, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A worker collects dates from a palm tree at a farm in Siwa November 22, 2014. The cultivating of dates...
Siwa, Egypt
A worker collects dates from a palm tree at a farm in Siwa
A worker collects dates from a palm tree at a farm in Siwa November 22, 2014. The cultivating of dates and olives is one of the area's key industries. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
Workers of a small hotel cook chicken in a traditional way called 'abu mardam' in Siwa, November 22,...
Siwa, Egypt
Workers of a small hotel cook chicken in a traditional way called 'abu mardam' in Siwa
Workers of a small hotel cook chicken in a traditional way called 'abu mardam' in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Abu mardam is a method where meat is cooked in a pot in a fire underground. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A girl types on a computer where she works at the Centre for Reinforcing Cultural Heritage, in Siwa,...
Siwa, Egypt
A girl types on a computer where she works at the Centre for Reinforcing Cultural Heritage, in Siwa
A girl types on a computer where she works at the Centre for Reinforcing Cultural Heritage, in Siwa, November 24, 2014. Most of Siwa's population of 23,000 speak a dialect of Berber - Siwi - but children learn Arabic from an early age at school. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
Young men play table tennis in an internet cafe in Siwa, November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been...
Siwa, Egypt
Young men play table tennis in an internet cafe in Siwa
Young men play table tennis in an internet cafe in Siwa, November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
Girls work at the 'al-Gawhara factory', one of the biggest factories in Siwa for packaging dates, November...
Siwa, Egypt
Girls work at the 'al-Gawhara factory', one of the biggest factories in Siwa for packaging dates
Girls work at the 'al-Gawhara factory', one of the biggest factories in Siwa for packaging dates, November 26, 2014. Traditionally girls are allowed to work in Siwa only until they get married. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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December 29, 2014
A man bathes in a natural hot water spring which is full of minerals November 26, 2014. Tourists are...
Siwa, Egypt
A man bathes in a natural hot water spring which is full of minerals
A man bathes in a natural hot water spring which is full of minerals November 26, 2014. Tourists are drawn to the hot springs which locals claim have healing properties. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A restaurant worker sits among empty tables as he waits for customers in Siwa, November 25, 2014. Traditionally...
Siwa, Egypt
A restaurant worker sits among empty tables as he waits for customers in Siwa
A restaurant worker sits among empty tables as he waits for customers in Siwa, November 25, 2014. Traditionally in Siwa, people sit on the floor at homes and local restaurants when they eat. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A goat pokes its head through a wall in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by...
Siwa, Egypt
A goat pokes its head through a wall in Siwa
A goat pokes its head through a wall in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A girl gestures from a window in her house in Siwa November 23, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt...
Siwa, Egypt
A girl gestures from a window in her house in Siwa
A girl gestures from a window in her house in Siwa November 23, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A boy, who has flies on his face, waits on the back of a tricycle near farm land in Siwa, November 22,...
Siwa, Egypt
A boy, who has flies on his face, waits on the back of a tricycle near farm land in Siwa
A boy, who has flies on his face, waits on the back of a tricycle near farm land in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A man sits outside his home in Siwa under graffiti that reads 'May God accept your pilgrimage and forgive...
Siwa, Egypt
A man sits outside his home in Siwa under graffiti that reads 'May God accept your pilgrimage and forgive...
A man sits outside his home in Siwa under graffiti that reads 'May God accept your pilgrimage and forgive your sins' - an expression used for people returning from Mecca - November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
Men smoke and use their mobile phones as they sit at a small cafe in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Residents...
Siwa, Egypt
Men smoke and use their mobile phones as they sit at a small cafe in Siwa
Men smoke and use their mobile phones as they sit at a small cafe in Siwa, November 22, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A man unties his donkey and cart as he prepares to leave his house, in Siwa November 25, 2014. Residents...
Siwa, Egypt
A man unties his donkey and cart as he prepares to leave his house, in Siwa
A man unties his donkey and cart as he prepares to leave his house, in Siwa November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY TRAVEL)


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December 29, 2014
Women ride on a donkey drawn cart as they make their way home with their children in Siwa, November 25,...
Siwa, Egypt
Women ride on a donkey drawn cart as they make their way home with their children in Siwa
Women ride on a donkey drawn cart as they make their way home with their children in Siwa, November 25, 2014. Although motorised tricycles are getting more popular in the last few years in Siwa, donkeys are still used for transporting both people and goods. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A general view of the centre of Siwa, November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining...
Siwa, Egypt
A general view of the centre of Siwa
A general view of the centre of Siwa, November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
Sheikh Abdulla, a blind man, uses his stick to climb to a mosque inside the old city, Shali, where he...
Siwa, Egypt
Sheikh Abdulla, a blind man, uses his stick to climb to a mosque inside the old city, Shali, where he...
Sheikh Abdulla, a blind man, uses his stick to climb to a mosque inside the old city, Shali, where he works as an Imam, November 25, 2014. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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December 29, 2014
A man stands on a small bridge over the salt lake at a farm near the Salinas of Siwa November 22, 2014....
Siwa, Egypt
A man stands on a small bridge over the salt lake at a farm near the Salinas of Siwa
A man stands on a small bridge over the salt lake at a farm near the Salinas of Siwa November 22, 2014. Situated about 17 meters below sea level, Siwa faces problems of salt water flooding the land. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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December 29, 2014
A boy walks down the ruins of the old city of 'Shali', in Siwa November 22, 2014. The ancient fortress...
Siwa, Egypt
A boy walks down the ruins of the old city of 'Shali', in Siwa
A boy walks down the ruins of the old city of 'Shali', in Siwa November 22, 2014. The ancient fortress of Siwa was built on natural rock made of salt and mud-brick, natural material that is formed by the salty water of the lakes known in Siwa as Korsheif. Although now mostly abandoned and 'melted', Shali remains a prominent feature, towering five stories above the modern town. Residents of Siwa have been hurt by declining tourism in Egypt, which received 9.5 million tourists last year, down from over 14.7 million tourists in 2010, before the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak. Nationwide, the situation is gradually improving and the government says tourism could recover to pre-crisis levels next year if regional turmoil spares Egypt. But Siwa, located just 50 km (30 miles) from war-torn Libya, still sees only a fraction of the tourists that once visited the desert oasis, the head of Siwa's tourism authority says. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)

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April 22, 2013
An empty passageway is pictured outside a mud-brick house, within the enclosed Libyan desert oasis town...
Tripoli, Libya
An empty passageway is pictured outside a mud-brick house, within the enclosed Libyan desert oasis town...
An empty passageway is pictured outside a mud-brick house, within the enclosed Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
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April 22, 2013
Doors open out onto a passageway inside the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames, a designated UNESCO...
Tripoli, Libya
Doors open out onto a passageway inside the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames
Doors open out onto a passageway inside the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVWL
April 22, 2013
Mohammed Ibrahim, an 80-year old tourist guide, looks on in the Libyan desert oasis of Ghadames, a designated...
Tripoli, Libya
Mohammed Ibrahim, an 80-year old tourist guide, looks on in the Libyan desert oasis of Ghadames
Mohammed Ibrahim, an 80-year old tourist guide, looks on in the Libyan desert oasis of Ghadames, a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVWD
April 22, 2013
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 19, 2013. Ghadames, a...
Tripoli, Libya
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 19, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVWC
April 22, 2013
A waterway runs through a garden inside the the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames, a UNESCO World...
Tripoli, Libya
A waterway runs through a garden inside the the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames
A waterway runs through a garden inside the the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames, a UNESCO World Heritage site, April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVW9
April 22, 2013
The arch that leads into a courtyard inside the enclosed old town, that is a designated UNESCO World...
Tripoli, Libya
The arch that leads into a courtyard inside the enclosed old town is pictured in Libyan desert oasis...
The arch that leads into a courtyard inside the enclosed old town, that is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site, is pictured in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVW6
April 22, 2013
A shopkeeper, selling souvenirs and handicrafts, tends to his shop in the Libyan desert oasis town of...
Tripoli, Libya
A shopkeeper, selling souvenirs and handicrafts, in his shop in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames...
A shopkeeper, selling souvenirs and handicrafts, tends to his shop in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 20, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 20, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA-GHADAMES/TOURISM
RTXYVVV
April 22, 2013
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 19, 2013. Ghadames, a...
Tripoli, Libya
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames
Residents walk on sand dunes in the Libyan desert oasis town of Ghadames April 19, 2013. Ghadames, a small town of around 11,000 people that lies on Libya's western border with Algeria, was a key destination for tourists who came to Libya before its Arab Spring uprising. But since the 2011 war that ousted Muammar Gaddafi, the flow of foreign holiday makers has ground to halt, as precarious security still taints Libya's image abroad. Picture taken April 19, 2013. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TRAVEL SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
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April 02, 2012
People crowd around Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib as he arrives for a meeting with representatives...
Tripoli, Libya
People crowd around Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib as he arrives for a meeting with representatives...
People crowd around Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib as he arrives for a meeting with representatives of different ethnic groups in Sabha April 1, 2012. El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
RTR3083B
April 02, 2012
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha April 1,...
Tripoli, Libya
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha April 1, 2012. Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
RTR3083A
April 02, 2012
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha April 1,...
Tripoli, Libya
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group flash victory signs from the side of a road in Sabha April 1, 2012. Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
RTR3082Y
April 02, 2012
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group wave from the side of a road in Sabha April 1, 2012. Libyan...
Tripoli, Libya
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group wave from the side of a road in Sabha
Representatives of the Tibu ethnic group wave from the side of a road in Sabha April 1, 2012. Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
RTR3082P
April 02, 2012
A representative from the Tibu ethnic group shakes hands with a Tuareg woman in Sabha April 1, 2012....
Tripoli, Libya
Representative from the Tibu ethnic group shakes hands with a Tuareg woman in Sabha
A representative from the Tibu ethnic group shakes hands with a Tuareg woman in Sabha April 1, 2012. Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
LIBYA/CLASHES
RTR3080R
April 01, 2012
Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (L) shakes hands with a leader of the Tibu ethnic group in Sabha...
Tripoli, Libya
Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib shakes hands with a leader of the Tibu ethnic group in Sabha...
Libyan Prime Minister Abdurrahim El-Keib (L) shakes hands with a leader of the Tibu ethnic group in Sabha April 1, 2012. El-Keib flew to the desert oasis city on Sunday to try to patch up a tribal dispute that has killed about 150 people over the past week and underscored the ethnic faultlines threatening Libya's stability. REUTERS/Anis Mili (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
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