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September 18, 2011
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September...
INGAL, Niger
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal
Wodaabe men with faces covered in greasepaint perform during the "Cure Salee" festival in Ingal September 17, 2011. Tuareg, Peul and Wodaabe nomads congregate each year at the salt flats around the northern oasis town of Ingal for the "Cure Salee" (salt cure), where their camels, cattle, sheep and goats drink the mineral-rich water after months on the move. Niger's nomads have held the three-day long event for centuries to mark the end of the rains, exchanging news and information amid music and dance as they prepare their animals over several weeks for the dry season. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (NIGER - Tags: ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY)
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