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TOPSHOT - A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A camel struggles with bondage rope as another is lifted by a mobile crane to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Tied camels wait at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder holds ropes tied to several camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder holds a rope attached to the head of a camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels are herded at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel with one leg tied stands as a man approaches, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herders sits on the hump of a sitting camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels sit at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel with its legs tied up sits as a herder reaches his hands towards it at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A jockey rides a camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels are herded at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders stand amidst camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder walks past camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels graze at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels drink water at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel trader gives an interview at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel is herded at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A jockey rides a camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel trader pulls ropes attached to the harnesses of two standing camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel with one leg tied stands as a man approaches, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder pulls on a rope attached to the head of a camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels are herded at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders attach a camel to a mobile crane to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herders sits on the hump of a sitting camel at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders stand by sitting camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel struggles with bondage rope as another is lifted by a mobile crane to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel struggles with bondage rope at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders attach a camel to a mobile crane to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder watches as a mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel stands at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders stand by sitting camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders stand by sitting camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camel traders walk at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A mobile crane lifts a camel to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Herders attach a camel to a mobile crane to be loaded into a waiting truck headed to the border with Egypt where the animal was meant to be sold, at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder holds ropes tied to several camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Tied camels wait at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A herder walks towards camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels drink water at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Camels drink water at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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Men fill up water tanks for camels to drink, loaded on donkey-carts, from a source near El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel trader gives an interview at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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A camel trader pulls ropes attached to the harnesses of two standing camels at El-Molih camel market west of the Sudanese capital's twin city of Omdurman on July 10, 2019. - In El-Molih, a vast swathe of desert about 100 kilometres (63 miles) from the Sudanese capital, dozens of camel traders remain untouched by the country's biggest political upheaval in decades. El-Molih is well known among tourists visiting the northeast African country, with its daily camel market a hit among visitors. Some camels are to sent to slaughter houses, while the priced ones in the Gulf countries to take part in races. (Photo by ASHRAF SHAZLY / AFP)
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