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In pictures: Ethiopia's remote people
Untouched

The Surma people live in a remote corner of south-western Ethiopia, virtually untouched by the modern world.

The only change to their traditional way of life is the arrival of the Kalashnikov rifle.

The Surma live close to the border with Sudan but the international frontier means little to most people - especially those who live away from the area's only road.

For them, what matters is the 45 km2 territory of Surmaland.

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