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MEXICO-ELECTION/
RTX4PVEF
February 04, 2018
Indigenous Tarahumara make a human chain during the arrival of the 'March for Dignity', a march from...
Mexico City, Mexico
Indigenous Tarahumara make a human chain during the arrival of the 'March for Dignity' in Mexico City...
Indigenous Tarahumara make a human chain during the arrival of the 'March for Dignity', a march from the border city of Ciudad Juarez to Mexico City to demand the federal government to detain and extradite former governor Cesar Duarte who is accused of corruption, in Mexico City, Mexico, February 4, 2018. REUTERS/Ginnette Riquelme
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BPT7
July 17, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BPT6
July 17, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BPSQ
July 17, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi
An indigenous Tarahumara runner takes part in a half marathon along the streets in Guachochi, Mexico July 16, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMDF
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMD3
July 16, 2017
Indigenous Tarahumara runner Miguel Lara Vienegas celebrates after winning the 100 km competition during...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Indigenous Tarahumara runner Miguel Lara Vienegas celebrates after winning the 100 km competition during...
Indigenous Tarahumara runner Miguel Lara Vienegas celebrates after winning the 100 km competition during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCV
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCP
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCM
July 16, 2017
Indigenous Tarahumara runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Indigenous Tarahumara runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi...
Indigenous Tarahumara runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCL
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara looks on as runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara looks on as runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara looks on as runners run past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCG
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCD
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMCC
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner runs past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMC6
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMC5
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMC4
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner reacts on Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner reacts on Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi,...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner reacts on Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMBP
July 16, 2017
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate...
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate in an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMBO
July 16, 2017
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate...
Competitors and indigenous Tarahumara runners sprint past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua as they participate in an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-RUNNING/
RTX3BMBM
July 16, 2017
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon...
An indigenous Tarahumara runner sprints past the Sinforosa Canyon of Chihuahua during an ultramarathon in Guachochi, Mexico July 15, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
RUNNING-MEXICO/BAREFOOT
RTS16LAO
June 11, 2017
A Tarahumara man poses for a photo along with another competitor after running a 10km (6 miles) marathon...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Tarahumara man poses for a photo along with another competitor after running a 10km (6 miles) marathon...
A Tarahumara man poses for a photo along with another competitor after running a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
RUNNING-MEXICO/BAREFOOT
RTS16L9M
June 11, 2017
A Tarahumara man runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Tarahumara man runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City
A Tarahumara man runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
RUNNING-MEXICO/BAREFOOT
RTS16L8F
June 11, 2017
The shoes of a Tarahumara man are pictured along with the shoes of another competitor, both of whom ran...
Mexico City, Mexico
The shoes of a Tarahumara man are pictured along with the shoes of another competitor, both of whom ran...
The shoes of a Tarahumara man are pictured along with the shoes of another competitor, both of whom ran a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico, June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
RUNNING-MEXICO/BAREFOOT
RTS16L7O
June 11, 2017
A Tarahumara woman runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Tarahumara woman runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City
A Tarahumara woman runs a 10km (6 miles) marathon in Mexico City, Mexico June 11, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
MEXICO-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2VLAE
December 19, 2016
Women and children from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather near Arareco lake in San Ignacio de Arareco...
SAN IGNACIO DE ARARECO, Mexico
Women and children from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather near Arareco lake
Women and children from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather near Arareco lake in San Ignacio de Arareco village, Mexico, December 18, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXN
December 18, 2016
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group receives the heat of the sun on her face as they prepare for...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group receives the heat of the sun on her face as they prepare for...
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group receives the heat of the sun on her face as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXM
December 18, 2016
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi...
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXL
December 18, 2016
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group sit while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group sit while preparing for winter in Caborachi village
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group sit while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXK
December 18, 2016
A man from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A man from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village
A man from the Tarahumara ethnic group walks as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXI
December 18, 2016
A girl from the Tarahumara ethnic group is seen covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A girl from the Tarahumara ethnic group is seen covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi...
A girl from the Tarahumara ethnic group is seen covered in a blanket as they prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXH
December 18, 2016
A wheelbarrow with firewood is seen in front of a house as members of Tarahumara ethnic group prepare...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A wheelbarrow with firewood is seen in front of a house as members of Tarahumara ethnic group prepare...
A wheelbarrow with firewood is seen in front of a house as members of Tarahumara ethnic group prepare for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXG
December 18, 2016
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group keep warm by the fire while preparing for winter in Caborachi...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group keep warm by the fire while preparing for winter in Caborachi...
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group keep warm by the fire while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHXE
December 18, 2016
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi...
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group gather while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHWP
December 18, 2016
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group pose for a photo while preparing for winter in Caborachi village,...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group pose for a photo while preparing for winter in Caborachi village,...
Women from the Tarahumara ethnic group pose for a photo while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX2VHW8
December 18, 2016
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group cuts firewood with an ax while preparing for winter in Caborachi...
GUACHOCHI, Mexico
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group cuts firewood with an ax while preparing for winter in Caborachi...
A woman from the Tarahumara ethnic group cuts firewood with an ax while preparing for winter in Caborachi village, in Guachochi, Mexico, December 17, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV3C2
December 07, 2016
A drawing of what Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, wants to get for Christmas from...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas?
A drawing of what Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, wants to get for Christmas from Santa, is seen in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico November 26, 2016. Alicia wants a winter jacket and clothes for her cousins. Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV38A
December 07, 2016
Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, poses for a photograph in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas?
Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, poses for a photograph in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico November 26, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV365
December 07, 2016
A combination picture shows Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, posing for a photograph...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas?
A combination picture shows Alicia, 4, from the indigenous community Tarahumara, posing for a photograph (top) and her drawing of what she wants to get for Christmas from Santa, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico November 26, 2016. Alicia wants a winter jacket and clothes for her cousins. Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
RELIGION -EASTER/
RTSCF09
March 27, 2016
Men of the Tarahumara indigenous people burn an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character of...
NOROGACHI, Mexico
Men of the Tarahumara indigenous people burn an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character of...
Men of the Tarahumara indigenous people burn an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character of Judas, outside a church during a traditional ceremony as part of Easter celebrations in the Tarahumara village of Norogachi, Mexico, March 26, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
RELIGION-EASTER/
RTSCEZQ
March 27, 2016
A man of the Tarahumara indigenous people burns an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character...
NOROGACHI, Mexico
A man of the Tarahumara indigenous people burns an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character...
A man of the Tarahumara indigenous people burns an effigy, meant to symbolise the Biblical character of Judas, outside a church during a traditional ceremony as part of Easter celebrations in the Tarahumara village of Norogachi, Mexico, March 26, 2016. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
MEXICO/
RTX18YN2
February 16, 2014
A Tarahumara man runs during a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts...
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico
A Tarahumara man runs during a 21 km marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey...
A Tarahumara man runs during a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, February 16, 2014. According to local media, the marathon was held to fund resources to aid community development programs for the indigenous Tarahumara people. The Tarahumara people are known for their athletic ability to travel by foot and run fast across long distances and are the symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX18YN0
February 16, 2014
A Tarahumara man (front L) prepares next to other athletes before competing in a 21 km (13 miles) marathon...
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico
A Tarahumara man prepares next to other athletes before competing in a 21 km marathon in San Pedro Garza...
A Tarahumara man (front L) prepares next to other athletes before competing in a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, February 16, 2014. According to local media, the marathon was held to fund resources to aid community development programs for the indigenous Tarahumara people. The Tarahumara people are known for their athletic ability to travel by foot and run fast across long distances and are the symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX18YMX
February 16, 2014
A Tarahumara woman (R) runs during a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts...
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico
A Tarahumara woman runs during a 21 km marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey...
A Tarahumara woman (R) runs during a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, February 16, 2014. According to local media, the marathon was held to fund resources to aid community development programs for the indigenous Tarahumara people. The Tarahumara people are known for their athletic ability to travel by foot and run fast across long distances and are the symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX18YMW
February 16, 2014
Victoria Martinez (front R) hugs a Tarahumara woman as she celebrates winning a 21 km (13 miles) marathon...
San Pedro Garza Garcia, Mexico
Martinez hugs a Tarahumara woman as she celebrates winning a 21 km marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia,...
Victoria Martinez (front R) hugs a Tarahumara woman as she celebrates winning a 21 km (13 miles) marathon in San Pedro Garza Garcia, on the outskirts of Monterrey, February 16, 2014. According to local media, the marathon was held to fund resources to aid community development programs for the indigenous Tarahumara people. The Tarahumara people are known or their athletic ability to travel by foot and run fast across long distances and are the symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR2X2C7
January 30, 2012
Volunteers carry food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City, January 29, 2012....
Mexico City, Mexico
Volunteers carry food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City
Volunteers carry food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City, January 29, 2012. Workers and volunteers gathered food, medicine, blankets and other supplies to donate to the Tarahumara Indian group in northern Mexico after a devastating drought ravaged their crops and left them hungry and unable to feed themselves and their children. The Tarahumaras were driven to the mountains from their nomadic plains by the Spanish 500 years ago and in the more recent years they have been increasing forced deeper into the mountains by lumber, mining and tourist industries that have been creeping onto their land. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER))
MEXICO/
RTR2X2C5
January 30, 2012
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City...
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City, January 29, 2012. Workers and volunteers gathered food, medicine, blankets and other supplies to donate to the Tarahumara Indian group in northern Mexico after a devastating drought ravaged their crops and left them hungry and unable to feed themselves and their children. The Tarahumaras were driven to the mountains from their nomadic plains by the Spanish 500 years ago and in the more recent years they have been increasing forced deeper into the mountains by lumber, mining and tourist industries that have been creeping onto their land. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER)
MEXICO/
RTR2X2BY
January 30, 2012
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City,...
Mexico City, Mexico
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City...
City workers and volunteers sort food donated to Tarahumara Indians in Zocalo in downtown Mexico City, January 29, 2012. Workers and volunteers gathered food, medicine, blankets and other supplies to donate to the Tarahumara Indian group in northern Mexico after a devastating drought ravaged their crops and left them hungry and unable to feed themselves and their children. The Tarahumaras were driven to the mountains from their nomadic plains by the Spanish 500 years ago and in the more recent years they have been increasing forced deeper into the mountains by lumber, mining and tourist industries that have been creeping onto their land. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER)
MEXICO/
RTR2WKZH
January 20, 2012
Volunteers sort food donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico city,...
Mexico City, Mexico
Volunteers sort food donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico city...
Volunteers sort food donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico city, January 20, 2012. Volunteers gathered food, medicine, blankets and other supplies to donate to the Tarahumara Indian group in northern Mexico after devastating drought that has ravaged their crops and left them hungry and unable to feed themselves and their children. The Tarahumara were driven to the mountains from their nomadic plains by the Spanish 500 years ago and in the more recent years they have been increasing forced deeper into the mountains by lumber, mining and tourist industries that have been creeping onto their land. They are also a symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico and are known to walk and run incredible distances in a day. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR2WKZE
January 20, 2012
A volunteer collects blankets donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico...
Mexico City, Mexico
A volunteer collects blankets donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico...
A volunteer collects blankets donated by Mexican citizens to Tarahumara Indians at Zocalo Square in Mexico city, January 20, 2012. Volunteers gathered food, medicine, blankets and other supplies to donate to the Tarahumara Indian group in northern Mexico after devastating drought that has ravaged their crops and left them hungry and unable to feed themselves and their children. The Tarahumara were driven to the mountains from their nomadic plains by the Spanish 500 years ago and in the more recent years they have been increasing forced deeper into the mountains by lumber, mining and tourist industries that have been creeping onto their land. They are also a symbol of strength and endurance in Mexico and are known to walk and run incredible distances in a day. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY)
MEXICO-INDIANS/
RTR1WH5P
January 30, 2008
A Tarahumara woman displays her crafts as she waits for tourists outside a cave that she uses as her...
SAN IGNACIO DE AREREKO, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/
A Tarahumara woman displays her crafts as she waits for tourists outside a cave that she uses as her home in the hamlet of San Ignacio de Arereko, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-INDIANS/
RTR1WH5M
January 30, 2008
A Tarahumara woman displays her crafts as she waits for tourists outside a cave that she uses as her...
SAN IGNACIO DE AREREKO, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/
A Tarahumara woman displays her crafts as she waits for tourists outside a cave that she uses as her home in the hamlet of San Ignacio de Arereko, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
MEXICO-INDIANS/
RTR1WH5L
January 30, 2008
Tarahumara women protect themselves from cold air in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state...
RIKINAPUCHI, Mexico
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Tarahumara women protect themselves from cold air in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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January 30, 2008
A Tarahumara woman covers herself from cold air in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state...
RIKINAPUCHI, Mexico
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A Tarahumara woman covers herself from cold air in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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Luz Elena Villalobos, a Tarahumara Siriame (governor), looks at government workers loading a pick up...
CREEL, Mexico
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Luz Elena Villalobos, a Tarahumara Siriame (governor), looks at government workers loading a pick up truck with goodies and blankets at a warehouse in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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January 30, 2008
A government worker checks cooking stoves and blankets on the bed of a pick up truck at a warehouse of...
CREEL, Mexico
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A government worker checks cooking stoves and blankets on the bed of a pick up truck at a warehouse of the Tarahumara foundation in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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Tarahumara women leave a Catholic-run clinic in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 21, 2008. In...
CREEL, Mexico
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Tarahumara women leave a Catholic-run clinic in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 21, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 21, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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A Tarahumara family prepares to eat outside a Catholic-run clinic in Creel, northern Chihuahua state...
CREEL, Mexico
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A Tarahumara family prepares to eat outside a Catholic-run clinic in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 21, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 21, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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January 30, 2008
Celso, an indigenous Tarahumara Siriame (governor), takes a break in a pine forest near the helmet of...
MAGUARICHI, Mexico
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Celso, an indigenous Tarahumara Siriame (governor), takes a break in a pine forest near the helmet of Maguarichi, northern Chihuahua state January 23, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 23, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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A Tarahumara child is breastfeeding by his mother in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state...
RIKINAPUCHI, Mexico
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A Tarahumara child is breastfeeding by his mother in the hamlet of Rikinapuchi, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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A Tarahumara girl stands in the entrance of a cave being use as home in Creel, northern Chihuahua state...
CREEL, Mexico
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A Tarahumara girl stands in the entrance of a cave being use as home in Creel, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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A Tarahumara man sells oranges in the hamlet of San Luis de Majinachi, northern Chihuahua state January...
SAN LUIS DE MAJINACHI, Mexico
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A Tarahumara man sells oranges in the hamlet of San Luis de Majinachi, northern Chihuahua state January 22, 2008. In the snows and freezing air of northern Mexico's remote Sierra Tarahumara mountains, dozens of hardy Indian men, women and children die every winter from hypothermia, malnourishment, and cold-related diseases, as they struggle to survive apart from the outside world. Around 70 percent of Tarahumara children under five suffer from malnutrition and those who recover in hospital often return six months later in the same critical condition. Picture taken January 22, 2008. To match feature MEXICO-INDIANS/. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
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