August 26, 2011
Photograph by Brent Stirton, National Geographic
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Their hands stained by the indigo dye in their new clothes, Tuareg women celebrate a birth. Tuareg females rarely cover their faces, while men traditionally wear turbans that conceal all but their eyes.
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