In this Friday, Feb. 5, 2016 photo, Fatima, 36, prepares a meal of Couscous, a traditionally Amazigh dish, as her husband, Mohamed looks after their daughter Sayeda, 3, at their home in a town near Tounfit in the Middle Atlas, central Morocco. Today the Amazigh rely on cattle and agriculture as their main sources of income and maintain a nomadic lifestyle closely resembling that of their ancestors. Some live in clay houses with no electricity or running water while a few still dwell with their sheep and goats in remote mountain caves. Others live closer to the towns at the Atlas foothills, benefiting from modern amenities. (AP Photo/Mosa’ab Elshamy)

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