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PAKISTAN JOCKEYS
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June 21, 2005 
A Pakistani official carries a child who was used as a camel jockey at Lahore airport June 21, 2005.... 
Lahore, PAKISTAN, IslamicRepublicof 
A Pakistani official carries a child who was used as a camel jockey, Lahore airport. 
A Pakistani official carries a child who was used as a camel jockey at Lahore airport June 21, 2005. The first batch of 22 Pakistani camel jockeys arrived home after both the United Arab Emirates and Pakistan launched fresh efforts to end the practice. Racing camels across the desert is a centuries-old Bedouin tradition that has become a lucrative sport in today's oil-rich Gulf. Rights groups say several thousand boys work as jockeys in Gulf countries, with the boys kept in prison-like conditions where they are deliberately underfed to keep them light so the camels can run faster. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza ZH/mk 
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