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Two women and a boy walk by a Coca-cola billboard in Malé, Maldives.

 

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People pass by a Coca-Cola billboard in Malé, Maldives on March 6, 2009. The women's faces have been spray-painted black. During Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's 30 year dictatorship the ex-president suppressed the spread of Islamic Fundamentalism. With high rates of unemployment and a rapidly increasing disenfranchised young population there is concern about the growth of more radical forms of Islam in the Maldives.
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Two women and a boy walk by a Coca-cola billboard in Malé, Maldives.
People pass by a Coca-Cola billboard in Malé, Maldives on March 6, 2009. The women's faces have been spray-painted black. During Maumoon Abdul Gayoom's 30 year dictatorship the ex-president suppressed the spread of Islamic Fundamentalism. With high rates of unemployment and a rapidly increasing disenfranchised young population there is concern about the growth of more radical forms of Islam in the Maldives.

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  • Location: Malé Malé Maldives
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