Dinka cattle camp : News Photo

Dinka cattle camp

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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A Dinka tribesman in South Sudan tends his cattle, at a temporary camp north of Rumbek, in Lakes State, Oct 26, 2012. Under customary law, cattle are used like currency to pay compensation and settle disputes. Elders and local officials said the standard fine for adultery is seven cows, to be paid by offending male.
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[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A Dinka tribesman in South Sudan tends his cattle, at a temporary camp north of Rumbek, in Lakes State, Oct 26, 2012. Under customary law, cattle are used like currency to pay compensation and settle disputes. Elders and local officials said the standard fine for adultery is seven cows, to be paid by offending male.
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Dinka tribesman in South Sudan tends his cattle at a temporary camp... News Photo 160716431Camp,Cattle,Horizontal,Indigenous Culture,Lifestyles,South Sudan,Sudan,Temporary,TendingPhotographer Collection: Moment © Jerome Starkey[UNVERIFIED CONTENT] A Dinka tribesman in South Sudan tends his cattle, at a temporary camp north of Rumbek, in Lakes State, Oct 26, 2012. Under customary law, cattle are used like currency to pay compensation and settle disputes. Elders and local officials said the standard fine for adultery is seven cows, to be paid by offending male.