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In this photograph taken on April 2 Pakistani Badam Zari a candidate... Photo d'actualitéAdulte,Al-Qaida,Bajaur,Burqa,Candidat,Ceinture,Culture indigène,Femmes,Groupe militant,Homme politique,Horizontal,Marcher,Pakistan,Petite ville,Photo,Politique,Préparation,Rassemblement politique,Taliban,Violence,Voile religieux,Vêtement religieux,Élection,Élections généralesPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPIn this photograph taken on April 2, 2013, Pakistani Badam Zari (C), 55, a candidate for upcoming general elections,walks through a gate while campaigning in Khar, the main town of Bajaur, one of seven districts in country's semi-autonomous tribal belt, where Taliban and Al-Qaeda-linked militants have carved out strongholds used to plot attacks on Pakistan. Zari, in a rare move decided to try her fate in the country's May 11 general elections. In Pakistan's 60 years of history, no female candidate from a tribal region has ever contested or won an election. AFP PHOTO / STR (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)