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Three Maldivian women watch young people playing at Male's artificial beach, 15 October 2003, a beach created on recycle land to bring a swimming spot to Male's entertainment-starved youth. Far from the pristine white sand beaches that bring half a million holidaymakers a year to the Indian Ocean archipelago, the crowded alleys of the capital island Male are packed with youths who complain they have nothing to do apart from playing sports and watching television. AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel DUNAND (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)

Three Maldivian women watch young people playing at Male's artificial beach, 15 October 2003, a beach created on recycle land to bring a swimming spot to Male's entertainment-starved youth.  Far from the pristine white sand beaches that bring half a million holidaymakers a year to the Indian Ocean archipelago, the crowded alleys of the capital island Male are packed with youths who complain they have nothing to do apart from playing sports and watching television.  AFP PHOTO/Emmanuel DUNAND        (Photo credit should read EMMANUEL DUNAND/AFP/Getty Images)