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SENEGAL/
RTXZKRI
May 13, 2013
Singer Doudou Ndiaye performs during an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar,...
Dakar, Senegal
Singer Doudou Ndiaye performs during an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar...
Singer Doudou Ndiaye performs during an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKRH
May 13, 2013
Revellers watch an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013....
Dakar, Senegal
Revellers watch an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar
Revellers watch an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKRF
May 13, 2013
Fans cheer during an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013....
Dakar, Senegal
Fans cheer during an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar
Fans cheer during an arm wrestling competition in the Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKRE
May 13, 2013
Arm wrestler Cheikh Faye (front) battles Alioune Diop during a competition in the crowded Medina district...
Dakar, Senegal
Arm wrestler Faye battles Diop during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar
Arm wrestler Cheikh Faye (front) battles Alioune Diop during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKRB
May 13, 2013
Arm wrestler Cheikh Faye gestures to the crowd during a competition in the crowded Medina district of...
Dakar, Senegal
Arm wrestler Cheikh Faye gestures to the crowd during a competition in the crowded Medina district of...
Arm wrestler Cheikh Faye gestures to the crowd during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKR6
May 13, 2013
Girls dance before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar,...
Dakar, Senegal
Girls dance before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar
Girls dance before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKR2
May 13, 2013
Arm wrestlers get set to battle each other during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar,...
Dakar, Senegal
Arm wrestlers get set to battle each other during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar...
Arm wrestlers get set to battle each other during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKQY
May 13, 2013
A child watches an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12,...
Dakar, Senegal
A child watches an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar
A child watches an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKQJ
May 13, 2013
Arm wrestlers Mamadou Ba (L) and Cheikh Faye battle each other during a competition in the crowded Medina...
Dakar, Senegal
Arm wrestlers Ba and Faye battle each other during a competition in Dakar
Arm wrestlers Mamadou Ba (L) and Cheikh Faye battle each other during a competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SENEGAL/
RTXZKQE
May 13, 2013
An entertainer looks on before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district...
Dakar, Senegal
An entertainer looks on before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district...
An entertainer looks on before the start of an arm wrestling competition in the crowded Medina district of Dakar, Senegal, May 12, 2013. The "Jaay Doole," which translated from Wolof means "Show Your Strength", is a competition that aims to find the best arm wrestler in Senegal by holding tournaments throughout the country. Picture taken May 12, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Entertainment
Entertainment
Show Your Strength - 12 May 2013
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SENEGAL-ELECTIONS
RTR2XWBZ
February 15, 2012
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade with the Wolof language slogan "Our...
Dakar, Senegal
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Wade are defaced in the capital Dakar
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade with the Wolof language slogan "Our achievements are there for all to see" are defaced in the capital Dakar, February 15, 2012. Senegal riot police used teargas, truncheons, and a water cannon on Wednesday to disperse hundreds of people in the capital Dakar protesting at President Abdoulaye Wade's decision to seek a third term in office. The clashes in the West African state erupted after demonstrators shouting "Wade step down" gathered at a downtown square near the presidential mansion, shrugging off a state ban on protests in the run-up to the Feb. 26 vote. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
SENEGAL-ELECTIONS
RTR2XWBJ
February 15, 2012
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade with the Wolof language slogan "Our...
Dakar, Senegal
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Wade are defaced in the capital Dakar
Campaign posters for Senegal's incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade with the Wolof language slogan "Our achievements are there for all to see" are defaced in the capital Dakar, February 15, 2012. Senegal riot police used teargas, truncheons, and a water cannon on Wednesday to disperse hundreds of people in the capital Dakar protesting at President Abdoulaye Wade's decision to seek a third term in office. The clashes in the West African state erupted after demonstrators shouting "Wade step down" gathered at a downtown square near the presidential mansion, shrugging off a state ban on protests in the run-up to the Feb. 26 vote. REUTERS/Joe Penney (SENEGAL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS CIVIL UNREST)
SENEGAL
RTR1HN5G
September 23, 2006
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, poses in his roof-top studio in Dakar, September...
Dakar, Senegal
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, poses in his roof-top studio in Dakar
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, poses in his roof-top studio in Dakar, September 22, 2006. Worried by the thousands of migrants risking their lives in flimsy fishing boats to get to the Canary Islands, Awadi recorded a song "Sunugaal," which means "our boat" in the local Wolof language, where he rails against the conditions in Senegal that have sparked the exodus. Picture taken on September 22, 2006. REUTERS/Claire Soares (SENEGAL)
SENEGAL
RTR1HN5D
September 23, 2006
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, chats with a colleague (not picture) at a studio...
Dakar, Senegal
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, chats with colleague in his studio in Dakar
Didier Awadi, one of Senegal's best-selling rap artists, chats with a colleague (not picture) at a studio in Dakar, September 22, 2006. Worried by the thousands of migrants risking their lives in flimsy fishing boats to get to the Canary Islands, Awadi recorded a song "Sunugaal," which means "our boat" in the local Wolof language, where he rails against the conditions in Senegal that have sparked the exodus. Picture taken on September 22, 2006. REUTERS/Claire Soares (SENEGAL)
SENEGAL WRESTLING
RTR1C8R3
March 14, 2006
Senegalese boys perform a traditional Ekonkon wrestling dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse,...
Kabrousse, Senegal
To match feature Senegal Wrestling
Senegalese boys perform a traditional Ekonkon wrestling dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse, in the West African country's southern Casamance region in this January 8, 2006 file photo. Wrestling remains the sport of Senegal's rural majority. While major football matches and basketball are broadcast in French, wrestling is shown in the national language, Wolof. Photo taken January 8, 2006. To match feature Senegal-Wrestling. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files
SENEGAL WRESTLING
RTR1C8R2
March 14, 2006
Senegalese men perform a traditional Ekonkon wrestling dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse, in...
Kabrousse, Senegal
To match feature Senegal Wrestling
Senegalese men perform a traditional Ekonkon wrestling dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse, in the West African country's southern Casamance region in this January 8, 2006 file photo. Wrestling remains the sport of Senegal's rural majority. While major football matches and basketball are broadcast in French, wrestling is shown in the national language, Wolof. Photo taken January 8, 2006. To match feature Senegal-Wrestling. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
SENEGAL WRESTLING
RTR175FT
March 14, 2006
A Senegalese boy walks in front of men performing a traditional Ekonkon dance at sunset in the village...
Kabrousse, Senegal
To match feature Senegal Wrestling
A Senegalese boy walks in front of men performing a traditional Ekonkon dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse, in the West African country's southern Casamance region, in this January 8, 2006 file photo. Wrestling remains the sport of Senegal's rural majority. While major football matches and basketball are broadcast in French, wrestling is shown in the national language, Wolof. Photo taken January 8, 2006. To match feature Senegal-Wrestling. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files
SENEGAL WRESTLING
RTR175FP
March 14, 2006
Senegalese youths are silhouetted against dust kicked up during a traditional Ekonkon dance at sunset...
Kabrousse, Senegal
To match feature Senegal Wrestling
Senegalese youths are silhouetted against dust kicked up during a traditional Ekonkon dance at sunset in the village of Kabrousse, in the West African country's southern Casamance region, in this January 8, 2006 file photo. Wrestling remains the sport of Senegal's rural majority. While major football matches and basketball are broadcast in French, wrestling is shown in the national language, Wolof. Photo taken January 8, 2006. To match feature Senegal-Wrestling. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly/Files
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