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  •  - Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 6:35:21 PM EST
    Sonyanga Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, plays a shot against the Jaffery's team during their friendly match in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team, stretches before their friendly match in Mombasa

    Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team, stretches before their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 6:33:23 PM EST
    Sonyanga Olengais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team, stretches before their friendly match against the Jaffery's team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors pray before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa

    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors pray before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 6:32:55 PM EST
    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors pray before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Sonyanga Ole Ngais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, assists his teammates to dress-up before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa

    Sonyanga Ole Ngais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, assists his teammates to dress-up before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 6:29:25 PM EST
    Sonyanga Ole Ngais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, assists his teammates to dress-up before their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa, March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Players from the Maasai Cricket Warriors run between the wicket during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Players from the Maasai Cricket Warriors run between the wicket during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:38:56 PM EST
    Daniel Ole Mamai (L) of the Maasai Cricket Warriors and his teammate Christopher Ole Ngais run between the wicket against the Jaffery's team during their friendly match in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Ole Ngais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, leaves the field after he was dismissed in Mombasa

    Ole Ngais, captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, leaves the field after he was dismissed in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:37:24 PM EST
    Sonyanga Ole Ngais (L), captain of the Maasai Cricket Warriors, leaves the field after he was dismissed during their friendly match against the Jafferys team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Jonathan Ole Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Jonathan Ole Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:32:00 PM EST
    Jonathan Ole Meshami of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot against the Jaffery's team during their friendly match in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team stretch before their friendly match in Mombasa

    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team stretch before their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:15:04 PM EST
    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team stretch before their friendly match against the Jaffery's team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Christopher Ole Ngais of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Christopher Ole Ngais of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:13:53 PM EST
    Christopher Ole Ngais of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot against the Jaffery's team during their friendly match in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Daniel Ole Mamai of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Daniel Ole Mamai of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot during their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:12:42 PM EST
    Daniel Ole Mamai of the Maasai Cricket Warriors plays a shot against the Jaffery's team during their friendly match in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors walk from a ferry to attend their friendly match in Mombasa

    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors walk from a ferry to attend their friendly match in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:11:18 PM EST
    Members of the Maasai Cricket Warriors walk from a passenger ferry to attend their friendly match against the Jaffery's team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY)
  •  - A member of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team catches a ball in Mombasa

    A member of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team catches a ball in Mombasa

    Posted: 3/17/2012 5:11:00 PM EST
    A member of the Maasai Cricket Warriors team catches a ball during their friendly match against the Jaffery's team in the Kenyan coastal city of Mombasa March 17, 2012. The Maasai Cricket Warriors are role models in their communities where they actively campaign against retrogressive and harmful cultural practices, such as female genital mutilation and early childhood marriages, while fighting to eradicate discrimination against women in Maasailand. Through cricket, they hope to promote healthier lifestyles and to also spread awareness about HIV/AIDS amongst youth. They have been invited to play in the Last Man Stands Twenty20 Championship in Cape Town, South Africa but are doubtful of their participation due to lack of sponsorships. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 1:30:49 PM EST
    Hundreds of Alevis, members of Turkey's largest religious minority, protest outside a court house in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, March 13, 2012. The protest comes ahead of a court decision on whether statute of limitations has expired for some suspects who allegedly torched a hotel in 1993 that left 37 people dead, including many Alevis.The banner in the center reads "murderers should be punished." Alevi Muslims, who do away with many customary Islamic practices, including separation of men and women in prayer, have long faced discrimination in Turkey. (AP Photo/Selcan Hacaoglu)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 1:30:48 PM EST
    Hundreds of Alevis, members of Turkey's largest religious minority, hold a giant banner with pictures of dozens of victims of an arson attack in 1993 in a protest outside a court house in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, March 13, 2012. The protest comes ahead of a court decision on whether statute of limitations has expired for some suspects who allegedly torched a hotel in 1993 that left 37 people dead, including many Alevis. Alevi Muslims, who do away with many customary Islamic practices, including separation of men and women in prayer, have long faced discrimination in Turkey. (AP Photo/Selcan Hacaoglu)
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    Posted: 3/16/2012 1:30:48 PM EST
    Hundreds of Alevis, members of Turkey's largest religious minority, protest outside a court house in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, March 13, 2012. The protest comes ahead of a court decision on whether statute of limitations has expired for some suspects who allegedly torched a hotel in 1993 that left 37 people dead, including many Alevis. Alevi Muslims, who do away with many customary Islamic practices, including separation of men and women in prayer, have long faced discrimination in Turkey. (AP Photo/Selcan Hacaoglu)
  •  - Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2012 9:45:35 AM EST
    Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day, March 8, 2012. Lebanese women held a sit-in, demanding to stop discrimination and violence against women in Lebanon, and asking for equality and citizenship rights for the children of Lebanese women married to foreign men. The banner (bottom) reads, " Do not deform the law amendment that protects women against domestic violence". REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2012 9:43:39 AM EST
    Activists and women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day, March 8, 2012. Lebanese women held a sit-in, demanding to stop discrimination and violence against women in Lebanon, and asking for equality and citizenship rights for the children of Lebanese women married to foreign men. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2012 9:04:25 AM EST
    Women carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day, March 8, 2012. Lebanese women held a sit-in, demanding to stop discrimination and violence against women in Lebanon, and asking for equality and citizenship rights for the children of Lebanese women married to foreign men. The banner (top) reads, " The right for a Lebanese woman to give citizenship to her family" REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - Women shout slogans and carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum

    Women shout slogans and carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum

    Posted: 3/8/2012 9:01:41 AM EST
    Women shout slogans and carry banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day, March 8, 2012. Lebanese women held a sit-in, demanding to stop discrimination and violence against women in Lebanon, and asking for equality and citizenship rights for the children of Lebanese women married to foreign men. The banner (L) reads, " Amending an electoral law". REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
  •  - A woman shouts slogans as others hold banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    A woman shouts slogans as others hold banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day

    Posted: 3/8/2012 8:56:39 AM EST
    A woman shouts slogans as others hold banners during a sit-in in front of Beirut's national museum, marking International Women's Day, March 8, 2012. Lebanese women held a sit-in, demanding to stop discrimination and violence against women in Lebanon, and asking for equality and citizenship rights for the children of Lebanese women married to foreign men. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)