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August 03, 2012
A member of the Bamasaba tribe dressed in banana leaves and carrying locally brewed beer dances during...
Mbale, Uganda
A member of the Bamasaba tribe dressed in banana leaves and carrying locally brewed beer dances during...
A member of the Bamasaba tribe dressed in banana leaves and carrying locally brewed beer dances during the launch of the circumcision ceremony at the Imbalu at Mutoto Cultural Grounds outside Mbale town, 220 km (136 miles) east of Uganda, August 3, 2012. Smeared with flour and decorated with traditional beads, the circumcision candidates have to show courage as they dance in preparation for circumcision after which they are declared men. The Bamasaba are a Bantu people group who live in eastern Uganda, Mbale and Sironko Districts, adjacent to Mt. Elgon at the Kenyan border. REUTERS/Hudson Apunyo (UGANDA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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