A Bedouin woman from Syria, with her face tattooed, sits in a tent after taking refuge for the winter in neighboring Lebanon, close to the village of Kfarkahel, in the Koura district near the northern city of Tripoli on January 9, 2013. The poked henna tattoos are traditionally tapped on the face and hands of Bedouin women from across the Arabian peninsular, and are mainly for decorative and ornamental purposes, and occasionally at the location of pain or injury. AFP PHOTO/IBRAHIM CHALHOUB (Photo credit should read IBRAHIM CHALHOUB/AFP/Getty Images)
09 Jan 2013
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