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KENYA TURKANA
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November 14, 2002 
A woman from Kenya's Turkana tribe sells charcoal by the roadside in
the remote northern town of Lodwar,... 
Lodwar, Kenya 
A WOMAN FROM KENYA'S TURKANA TRIBE SELLS CHARCOAL IN THE NORTHERN TOWN
OF LODWAR. 
A woman from Kenya's Turkana tribe sells charcoal by the roadside in
the remote northern town of Lodwar, November 14, 2002. Many Turkana,
traditional herders who depend on goats and camels, say they will back
President Daniel arap Moi's choice of successor at elections due on
December 27. Moi, due to retire after 24 years in power, has endorsed
Uhuru Kenyatta, the son of the country's first president, to take over.
The Turkana have traditionally supported Moi, although some say the
government has done little to alleviate the impact of a severe drought
on their arid homelands. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna 
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