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For Sale - 11 Aug 2009
For Sale - 11 Aug 2009
RUSSIA/
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February 28, 2009
A vendor eats sugar candy while standing next to her goods at a market during celebrations for Maslenitsa,...
Suzdal, Russia
A vendor eats sugar candy while standing next to her goods at a market during celebrations for Maslenitsa...
A vendor eats sugar candy while standing next to her goods at a market during celebrations for Maslenitsa, or Pancake Week, in the ancient town of Suzdal, some 200 km (124 miles) northeast of Moscow, February 28, 2009. Millions of Russians this week celebrate "Maslenitsa" to mark the end of winter, which the Orthodox Church has accommodated as a week of feasting before Lent. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
EGYPT/
RTR26KDY
August 10, 2009
A bedouin sits with souvenirs for sale on Mount Moses in the Sinai Peninsula August 10, 2009. According...
MOUNT MOSES, Egypt
A bedouin sits with souvenirs for sale on Mount Moses in the Sinai Peninsula
A bedouin sits with souvenirs for sale on Mount Moses in the Sinai Peninsula August 10, 2009. According to the Bible, this was where Moses received the ten commandments from God. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY RELIGION)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC
RTXAGLQ
November 10, 2008
A girl displaced by fighting tries to sell potatoes in the rain at a market in a refugee camp at Kibati...
KIBATI, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A girl displaced by fighting works at a market at a refugee camp at Kibati at the foot of Nyiragongo...
A girl displaced by fighting tries to sell potatoes in the rain at a market in a refugee camp at Kibati in eastern Congo, November 10, 2008. Congolese rebel chief Laurent Nkunda said on Monday he would fight African peacekeeping troops if they attacked him, as concerns grew that east Congo's conflict could suck in neighbouring armies. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
AFGHANISTAN
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July 18, 2006
A boy stands in front of a shop displaying dresses for women on a roadside in Kabul July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Ahmad...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan boy stands in front of a shop displaying dresses for women on a roadside in Kabul
A boy stands in front of a shop displaying dresses for women on a roadside in Kabul July 18, 2006. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) Also see image: GF1DTDCIEMAA
MARKETS-EUROPE-FACTORS
RTXD6Q3
March 25, 2009
A hawker sets up his stall outside a Zara shop in central Seville March 25, 2009. Europe's biggest clothing...
Seville, Spain
Hawker sets up his stall outside a Zara shop in central Seville
A hawker sets up his stall outside a Zara shop in central Seville March 25, 2009. Europe's biggest clothing retailer Inditex SA expects to outperform the industry in 2009 and will continue to focus on profitable expansion, it said on Wednesday. The owner of fast-fashion chain Zara reported full-year net profit of 1.25 billion euros ($1.7 billion), just 0.2 percent higher than last year and not far from an average forecast of 1.23 billion in a Reuters poll of nine analysts. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo (SPAIN BUSINESS FASHION)
NEW YORK/
RTX7QDM
July 07, 2008
Billy McKinney sits on a sidewalk holding a sign inviting passers-by to tell him off for two dollars...
New York, UNITED STATES
Billy McKinney sits on a sidewalk holding a sign inviting passers-by to "tell me off" in New York
Billy McKinney sits on a sidewalk holding a sign inviting passers-by to tell him off for two dollars in Times Square in New York July 7, 2008. McKinney, who has been selling the service on the streets of various U.S. cities including New York for over 20 years, said he has attracted many more disgruntled clients recently as the U.S. economy has faltered REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
SWAZILAND
RTR1GZNN
September 04, 2006
Ncamisile Namba, a firewood hawker, walks across her stall in Emkhuzweni village, outside the border...
LUVUBU, Swaziland
A firewood hawker walks across her stall in Emkhuzweni village
Ncamisile Namba, a firewood hawker, walks across her stall in Emkhuzweni village, outside the border town of Luvubu, Swaziland September 4, 2006. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SWAZILAND)
BRITAIN/
RTR251ZU
June 26, 2009
A festival-goer tries on wellington boots at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south-west England June...
Glastonbury, United Kingdom
A festival-goer tries on wellington boots at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south-west England
A festival-goer tries on wellington boots at the Glastonbury Festival 2009 in south-west England June 26, 2009. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY TRAVEL ENVIRONMENT)
HAITI
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February 04, 2006
A Haitian woman sells candles during a rally in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti February 3, 2006. Haiti...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Haitian woman sells candles during rally in downtown Port-au-Prince
A Haitian woman sells candles during a rally in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti February 3, 2006. Haiti closed its
schools on Friday and the presidential front-runner cancelled a campaign rally amid heightened security concerns ahead of the chaotic Caribbean nation's election on Tuesday. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
MALAWI/
RTR24UWA
June 20, 2009
A boy displays boiled rats for sale on the main highway in Malawi's capital Lilongwe June 20, 2009. ...
Lilongwe, Malawi
A boy displays boiled rats for sale on the main highway in Malawi's capital Lilongwe
A boy displays boiled rats for sale on the main highway in Malawi's capital Lilongwe June 20, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (MALAWI SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HEALTH ANGOLA MALBURG
RTR8DJ7
April 17, 2005
An Angolan child sells bread on the street in the country's capital Luanda, April 17, 2005. Angolan priests...
Luanda, Angola
Angolan child sells bread on street in country's capital, Luanda.
An Angolan child sells bread on the street in the country's capital Luanda, April 17, 2005. Angolan priests urged their congregations Sunday to abandon their fear of hospitals so that loved ones could receive treatment for the Marburg virus that has killed more than 200 people. Early in the outbreak, aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres,one of the only groups operating in the northern Uige Province, said poor infection control at the hospital there was to blame for some of the cases. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings Pictures of the Month April 2005 MH/DY
RUSSIA/
RTXD5Q6
March 24, 2009
A woman stands selling second hand goods at a spontaneous flea market in the centre of Russia's Siberian...
MINUSINSK, Russia
A woman stands selling second hand goods at a spontaneous flea market in the centre of Russia's Siberian...
A woman stands selling second hand goods at a spontaneous flea market in the centre of Russia's Siberian city of Minusinsk 425 km (264 miles) south of Krasnoyarsk, March 24, 2009. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA SOCIETY BUSINESS)
GROUP SUMMIT
RTRGJ9C
June 14, 2005
A man selling garden hoes rests by the side of the road in Mali's capital Bamako June 14, 2005. More...
Bamako, Mali
A man selling garden hoes rests by the side of the road in Mali's capital Bamako.
A man selling garden hoes rests by the side of the road in Mali's capital Bamako June 14, 2005. More than 40 percent of Africans live on less than $1 a day, 200 million Africans are threatened by serious food shortages and AIDS kills more than 2 million Africans a year. Aid, debt relief and climate change top the agenda when leaders of the G8 meet for three days from Wednesday in Gleneagles, Scotland. Picture taken June 14, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/YH
AFGHANISTAN
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August 06, 2008
A boy yawns as he waits for customers at his roadside apple stall in Kabul August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Adnan...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A boy yawns as he waits for customers at his roadside apple stall in Kabul
A boy yawns as he waits for customers at his roadside apple stall in Kabul August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (AFGHANISTAN)
IRAN ECONOMY
RTRDMIA
June 06, 2005
An Iranian boy stands behind the paintings he sells inside Tehran's bazaar June 7, 2005. Tehran's bazaar...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian boy stands behind paintings he sells inside Tehran's bazaar.
An Iranian boy stands behind the paintings he sells inside Tehran's bazaar June 7, 2005. Tehran's bazaar is a bastion of conservative power in the Islamic Republic and played a leading role in the 1979 Islamic revolution. But merchants know their traditional trading methods are threatened by attempts to modernize the heavily subsidised and predominantly state-run economy. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the year 2005 DS/DY
INDIA
RTR15N5T
September 16, 2005
Saeed,14, sells toys sitting under the shade of a truck at a street in Mumbai September 16, 2005. One...
Mumbai, India
An Indian boy sells toys sitting under the shade of a truck in Mumbai.
Saeed,14, sells toys sitting under the shade of a truck at a street in Mumbai September 16, 2005. One out of six children in the world is involved in child labour, doing work that is damaging to his or her mental, physical and emotional development. The largest number of working children - 127 million-aged 14 and under are in the Asia-Pacific region, according to International Labour Organisation (ILO). REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/PEK/JJ
IRAQ
RTR19WTG
February 05, 2006
Metal chains to be used by Shi'ites performing self-flagellation during Ashura hang for sale at a shop...
Kerbala
Metal chains to be used in self-flagellation by Shi'ites hang for sale in Kerbala
Metal chains to be used by Shi'ites performing self-flagellation during Ashura hang for sale at a shop in Kerbala, 110 km (70 miles) south of Baghdad February 5, 2006. Hundreds of thousands of Shi'ites travel to the Iraqi city of Kerbala each year for the Ashura festival, held to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, one of Prophet Muhammad's grandsons who was buried there after he and his followers were killed in 680 AD. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani
BELARUS
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September 28, 2000
An elderly Belarussian woman tries to sell flowers in one of Minsk's subways September 28, 2000. Many...
Minsk, Belarus
BELARUSSIAN PENSIONER SELLS FLOWERS IN A SUBWAY IN MINSK.
An elderly Belarussian woman tries to sell flowers in one of Minsk's subways September 28, 2000. Many Belarussian pensioners can collect not more than 25000 Belarussian roubles (U.S.$25) a month from the government and look for other sources of income to earn sufficient money for living.

WAW/WS
MEXICO/PROTEST
RTR1NZYA
March 28, 2007
A boy tries to sell candy to riot policemen during a protest against proposed reforms of the state pension...
Mexico City, Mexico
A boy tries to sell candy to riot policemen during a protest against proposed reforms of the state pension...
A boy tries to sell candy to riot policemen during a protest against proposed reforms of the state pension system in Mexico City March 27, 2007. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO)
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