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Marien Lenaiyasa (72, left) received compensation from the British government as one of 233 Masai tribespeople killed or maimed by munitions left by the British army after exercises in northern Kenya. Marien lost her son to a bomb, and the compensation money saved her life as it paid for treatment for pneumonia. She has since set up a curio shop to sell Masai artefacts to tourists.