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An employee of Burger King Japan shows its “KURO Diamond (black diamond)” burger at its shop in Tokyo September 19, 2014. Burger King Japan has launched black burgers again, naming the burgers “KURO Diamond” and “KURO Pearl” (black pearl) respectively. The two burgers have buns with bamboo charcoal powder mixed in to give them that charred look, beef patties with black pepper to darken it and a black tar-like sauce which is actually barbecue sauce with squid ink.  REUTERS/Yuya Shino

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An employee of Burger King Japan shows its “KURO Diamond (black diamond)” burger at its shop in Tokyo September 19, 2014. Burger King Japan has launched black burgers again, naming the burgers “KURO Diamond” and “KURO Pearl” (black pearl) respectively. The two burgers have buns with bamboo charcoal powder mixed in to give them that charred look, beef patties with black pepper to darken it and a black tar-like sauce which is actually barbecue sauce with squid ink. REUTERS/Yuya Shino

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A Dassanach boy stands on a boat by the shore of a fishing camp near the Omo Delta in the north of Lake Turkana close to the town of Ileret and near the Kenyan-Ethiopian border in northern Kenya September 19, 2014. The Dassanach, an ethnic group living mainly in southern Ethiopia, have historically clashed over ethnic differences and precious resources such as fishing, pasture and fresh water with the Turkana of Kenya.  REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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A Dassanach boy stands on a boat by the shore of a fishing camp near the Omo Delta in the north of Lake Turkana close to the town of Ileret and near the Kenyan-Ethiopian border in northern Kenya September 19, 2014. The Dassanach, an ethnic group living mainly in southern Ethiopia, have historically clashed over ethnic differences and precious resources such as fishing, pasture and fresh water with the Turkana of Kenya. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic