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March 05, 2005
YoungTuareg young girls, claiming to be slaves, attend a ceremony where chief Amdague denies slavery...
Ates, Niger
YoungTuareg young girls, claiming to be slaves, attend a ceremony where chief Amdague denies slavery...
YoungTuareg young girls, claiming to be slaves, attend a ceremony where chief Amdague denies slavery exists in Niger. Young Tuareg girls, claiming to be slaves, attend a ceremony where their Chief Arissal ag Amdague who had promised to release 7,000 slaves denies slavery exists in Niger March 5, 2005 in a ceremony in Ates, Tillaberi region of western Niger, 277km (141 miles) from capital Niamey. According to the Anti-Slavery International organisation, up to 43,000 slaves in Niger perform gruelling work without pay and are routinely subjected to physical and sexual abuse. Picture taken March 5, 2005. REUTERS/Georgina Cranston =
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