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March 04, 2013
One of Abdullah Monaser's daughters sits in their home, a cave carved into the rock in a slum of the...
Sanaa, Yemen
One of Abdullah Monaser's daughters sits in their home, a cave carved into the rock in a slum of the...
One of Abdullah Monaser's daughters sits in their home, a cave carved into the rock in a slum of the Akhdam community, near Sanaa March 4, 2013. The Abdullah Monaser family are Yemeni Akhdam, or servants, similar to hereditary castes, and distinguished by their African features and the menial jobs they perform. They reside in carved caves and small huts haphazardly built out of wood and cloth, and make do without basic services such as running water, electricity and sewage networks. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
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