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March 08, 2013
Hally Bara, an artisan, poses for a picture in front of traditional Songhai and Tuareg headdresses and...
Gao, Mali
Bara, an artisan, poses for a picture in front of traditional Songhai and Tuareg headdresses and jewelry...
Hally Bara, an artisan, poses for a picture in front of traditional Songhai and Tuareg headdresses and jewelry she made at the store in her house in Gao, Mali, March 6, 2013. Radical Islamist group MUJAO placed limitations on the wearing of traditional women's headdresses during their nine-month reign in Gao, which ended in January with the arrival of French and Malian troops. The headdresses, made of beads, gemstones, fabric and fake hair and traditionally worn by elites for special occasions, were criticised by MUJAO who said they were not Islamic enough. Issues surrounding the treatment of women are receiving special attention on March 8, which marks International Women’s Day. Picture taken March 6, 2013. REUTERS/Joe Penney (MALI - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION)

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