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©Crispin Hughes/Panos Pictures..KENYA Nairobi  2002...Street scene in Kibera slum.  With 528,000 residents, according to the 1999 census, Kibera is the largest of Nairobi's 'informal settlements'. Its nine 'villages' - Line Saba, Soweto, Makina, Kianda, Gatwekera, Mashimoni, Silanga, Lindi and Kambi Muuru/Kisumu Ndogo - are squeezed between the city centre and the wealthy suburbs of Karen, Lang'ata and Lavington, reserved in colonial times for European settlement. .