March 14, 2010

Omo River at Dusk

Photograph by Randy Olson

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features

An elder of the Kara tribe, his body decorated with crushed minerals, peers out over the Omo River at dusk. His people once controlled land on both sides of the river, but an enemy tribe has gradually encroached on their territory.

See more photographs from the March 2010 feature story "Africa's Last Frontier ."
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No one exonerates Western Powers, or Eastern ones. Likewise no one should exonerate African leaders nor the African people who are responsible for creating and managing their culture, and ensuring their politicians behave responsibly and invest in what is necessary for Africa to develop and enable Africans to protect their interests in this evil world of ours.

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