An ethnic Somali woman herds goats in eastern Ethiopia's remote isolated Ogaden region in January 2006. Journalists have been barred from the area for most of 2007.
An ethnic Somali woman herds goats in eastern Ethiopia's remote isolated Ogaden region in January 2006. Journalists have been barred from the area for most of 2007. Shashank Bengali / MCT
An ethnic Somali woman herds goats in eastern Ethiopia's remote isolated Ogaden region in January 2006. Journalists have been barred from the area for most of 2007. Shashank Bengali / MCT

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