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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
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
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
HAITI
RTR1DRSI
May 26, 2006
A girl waits to sell produce at a street market in the neighbourhood of Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince,...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
A girl waits to sell produce at a street market in the neighbourhood of Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince...
A girl waits to sell produce at a street market in the neighbourhood of Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 25, 2006. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz
AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
RTR1DG0W
May 17, 2006
A young Afghan poster seller shows posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family...
Kabul, Afghanistan
To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA
A young Afghan poster seller shows posters of Indian actress Smriti Irani who plays Tulsi in the family series called "Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi" in Kabul, Afghanistan May 14, 2006. The television drama is hugely popular in Afghanistan, where for the first time after decades of war, people are able to see a series that explores many of the issues they encounter in their own lives. Picture taken May 14, 2006. To match feature AFGHAN SOAPOPERA REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
EGYPT
RTR1D32H
May 05, 2006
Egyptian boys sell souvenirs in front of the Giza pyramids in Cairo May 4, 2006. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptian boys sell souvenirs in front of the Giza pyramids in Cairo
Egyptian boys sell souvenirs in front of the Giza pyramids in Cairo May 4, 2006. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
AFGHAN ELECTIONS
RTRN8BS
September 09, 2005
An Afghan boy stands outside a toy shop in Kabul September 9, 2005. Afghanistan goes to the polls on...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan boy stands outside toy shop in Kabul.
An Afghan boy stands outside a toy shop in Kabul September 9, 2005. Afghanistan goes to the polls on September 18 to elect a lower house of parliament and councils in each of its 34 provinces. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/DY
RTRPESG
June 17, 2003
A young Afghan boy sells a local newspaper in Kabul, June 17, 2003.
Child labour is rampant in Afghanistan...
Afghanistan
AFGHAN BOY SELLS LOCAL NEWSPAPER IN KABUL.
A young Afghan boy sells a local newspaper in Kabul, June 17, 2003.
Child labour is rampant in Afghanistan and many Afghan children can be
seen working on the streets and shops. Afghan education authorities
have appealed for aid donors to provide more funds for schools, saying
if a budget shortfall was not made up, children would have to be turned
away from class. REUTERS/Arko Datta

AD/RCS
AFGHANISTAN QUAKE
RTR3032
March 27, 2002
Afghan girls set up shop March 27, 2002 trying to sell a few household
and food items in front of demolished...
Nahrin, Afghanistan
AFGHAN GIRLS SELL WARES AT EARTHQUAKE RUBBLE IN MAIN AREA OF NAHRIN.
Afghan girls set up shop March 27, 2002 trying to sell a few household
and food items in front of demolished home struck in yesterday's
earthquake in the central streets of Nahrin. This village was 90
percent destroyed by yesterday's powerful earthquake in this Hindu Kush
mountainous area of Afghanistan, leaving some 2,000 people dead and
another 30,000 homeless. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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HAITI
RTRF21M
March 12, 2004
A Haitian girl sits on the street as she sells candies in front of a wall with a graffiti which reads...
Port Au Prince, Haiti - Republic of
A HAITIAN GIRL SELLS CANDIES ON THE STREET OF PORT AU PRINCE UNDER A PRO ARISTIDE GRAFFITI.
A Haitian girl sits on the street as she sells candies in front of a wall with a graffiti which reads 'long live Aristide' in reference of ousted president Jean-Bertrand Aristide in Port-au-Prince March 12, 2004. Discontent could be fueled next week when Aristide, who is in exile in Africa, plans to travel to Haiti's Caribbean neighbor Jamaica on a visit announced by Jamaica's prime minister. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS/GAC
SRI LANKA
RTR1B3GF
February 16, 2006
A Tamil woman and a boy sells coconuts at a market in Tamil Tiger rebels held Kilinochchi, northern Sri...
Kilinochchi, Sri Lanka
Tamil woman and boy sells coconuts at market in Kilinochchi, northern Sri Lanka
A Tamil woman and a boy sells coconuts at a market in Tamil Tiger rebels held Kilinochchi, northern Sri Lanka, February 16, 2006. Crunch talks between Sri Lanka's government and Tamil Tiger rebels in Switzerland next week will determine if there is peace or war, the rebels say, branding President Mahinda Rajapakse's refusal to consider a separate Tamil state "childish". REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi
AFGHAN CONFERENCE
RTR19CVJ
January 31, 2006
An Afghan boy sells boiled eggs at a bazaar in Kabul, Afghanistan January 31, 2006. Afghanistan will...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan boy sells boiled eggs at a bazaar in Kabul
An Afghan boy sells boiled eggs at a bazaar in Kabul, Afghanistan January 31, 2006. Afghanistan will receive promises of economic and military support from more than 50 countries on Tuesday as it outlines a five-year reform plan, including steps to fight corruption and the illegal opium trade. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
INDIA
RTR1AVWQ
November 13, 2005
A boy from India's desert state of Rajasthani sells flutes at the Pushkar fair November 13, 2005. Many...
Pushkar, India
A boy from India's desert state of Rajasthani sells flutes at Pushkar fair
A boy from India's desert state of Rajasthani sells flutes at the Pushkar fair November 13, 2005. Many international and domestic tourists throng to Pushkar to witness one of the most colourful and popular fairs in India. Thousands of animals, mainly camels, are brought to the fair to be sold and traded. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore
INDIA
RTRPF6P
September 26, 2005
A boy cuts cane strips used to make baskets in Mumbai September 26, 2005. The boy and his family make...
Mumbai, India
Boy cuts cane strips for making baskets in Mumbai
A boy cuts cane strips used to make baskets in Mumbai September 26, 2005. The boy and his family make about six to seven baskets a day and sells them at a price of 50 rupees ($1.14) each. REUTERS/Adeel Halim
BRAZIL
RTR190Q2
October 08, 2005
A boy sells religious products in the Our Lady of Nazare procession in the northern Brazilian city of...
Belem, Brazil
Boy sells religious products during the Our Lady of Nazare procession in Belem
A boy sells religious products in the Our Lady of Nazare procession in the northern Brazilian city of Belem, October 8, 2005. Belem, the main port leading out of the Amazon River, stages the festival in mid-October attracting people from all over Brazil. The main procession takes place on the second Sunday in October. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
LIBERIA
RTR19A33
October 12, 2005
A boy selling plastic flowers makes his way down Carey Street in central Monrovia October 12, 2005. U.N....
Monrovia, Liberia
Liberian flower seller on street of Monrovia day after their presidential election
A boy selling plastic flowers makes his way down Carey Street in central Monrovia October 12, 2005. U.N. helicopters and jeeps collected ballot boxes from across Liberia on Wednesday as local radio reported soccer star George Weah and a Harvard-trained economist emerging as early frontrunners in the country's first post-war elections. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
INDIA
RTR15KEJ
June 24, 2005
An eleven-year-old Indian boy, Yusuf, prepares to sell his umbrellas at a roadside in the central Indian...
Bhopal, India
An eleven-year-old Indian boy, Yusuf, prepares to sell his umbrellas at a roadside in the central ......
An eleven-year-old Indian boy, Yusuf, prepares to sell his umbrellas at a roadside in the central Indian city of Bhopal. An eleven-year-old Indian boy, Yusuf, prepares to sell his umbrellas at a roadside in the central Indian city of Bhopal June 24, 2005. The region anxiously awaits the monsoon that has already hit India's western and eastern regions as temperatures remain above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in many parts of India. REUTERS/Raj Patidar
Togo
RTRCAE7
May 23, 2005
A boy sells animal fetishes, or charms believed by some local residents to have magical powers in the...
Lome, United Kingdom
A boy sells animal fetishes, or charms believed by some local residents to have magical powers in the...
A boy sells animal fetishes, or charms believed by some local residents to have magical powers in the Togolese capital Lome. A boy sells animal fetishes, or charms believed by some local residents to have magical powers, in the Togolese capital Lome May 23, 2005. The African Union (AU) celebrates Africa Day on Wednesday, marking the anniversary of the founding in 1963 of the Organization of African Unity, replaced in 2002 by the AU as the driving force behind the struggle for peace, democracy, development, human rights and good governance on the world's poorest continent. Picture taken May 23, 2005. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon
AFGHANISTAN
RTREH4K
June 15, 2005
An Afghan boy carries boiled eggs for sell with his friend at a market in Kabul June 15, 2005. One boiled...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan boy carries boiled eggs for sell at a market in Kabul.
An Afghan boy carries boiled eggs for sell with his friend at a market in Kabul June 15, 2005. One boiled egg costs 6 Afghanis (12 U.S. cents). Afghanistan will face more violence ahead of September elections, President Hamid Karzai said on Wednesday as the NATO-led peacekeeping force announced plans for 2,000 extra troops to protect the polls. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/LA
INDIA
RTREWJA
November 03, 2004
Rahul, an Indian boy, sells of Hindu god and goddesses on the eve of Diwali, the festival of lights,...
India
Boy sells of Hindu god and goddesses on the eve of Diwali in Calcutta.
Rahul, an Indian boy, sells of Hindu god and goddesses on the eve of Diwali, the festival of lights, in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta November 3, 2004. Hindus across the world will be celebrating Diwali which is also the start of the Hindu New Year. REUTERS/Sucheta Das SD/
PHILIPPINES
RTR8W56
August 19, 2004
Filipino boy stands at the entrance of his family store that sells fuel in recycled soft drink bottles...
Manila, Philippines
Filipino boy stands at the entrance of his family store that sells fuel in recycled soft drink ...
Filipino boy stands at the entrance of his family store that sells fuel in recycled soft drink bottles in Manila. A Filipino boy stands at the entrance of his family store that sells fuel in recycled soft drink bottles in Manila August 19, 2004. REUTERS/Cheryl Ravelo
SUDAN DARFUR
RTR93EU
August 23, 2004
A Sudanese boy sells knives in the tiny streets of Kalma camp in the south of Darfur region in Sudan,...
Nyala
A Sudanese boy sells knives in the tiny streets of Kalma camp in the south of Darfur region in Sudan....
A Sudanese boy sells knives in the tiny streets of Kalma camp in the south of Darfur region in Sudan, August 23, 2004. The huge Kalma camp for internally displaced people in Southern Darfur state shelters just under 150,000 villagers who fled attacks by Arab militias known as Janjaweed. Despite international pressure for cooperation between the government and rebels to ease the plight of civilians in the impoverished region, tensions among victims of the fighting run high and distrust of the Sudanese government is deep. Sudan rejected an offer of African troops to disarm rebels in Darfur as peace talks began in Nigeria, insisting it was capable of neutralising both pro-government and rebel militia fighting in the western region. Rebels, in turn, said they would not accept disarmament by Sudanese government forces to end an 18-month-old conflict. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna AN/DBP
IRAQ
RTR3GIT
June 02, 2004
A boy rests while selling pictures of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on a street in a Baghdad suburb...
Baghdad
BOY RESTS WHILE SELLING PICTURES OF IRAQI SHI'ITE CLERIC MOQTADA AL-SADR.
A boy rests while selling pictures of Iraqi Shi'ite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr on a street in a Baghdad suburb June 2, 2004. REUTERS/Ali Jasim CLH/GB
IRAQ
RTR9MEJ
January 04, 2004
An Iraqi boy sells a turkey in a market in Mosul, some 400 km northwest of Baghdad, January 4, 2004....
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
AN IRAQI BOY SELLS A TURKEY IN A MARKET IN MOSUL.
An Iraqi boy sells a turkey in a market in Mosul, some 400 km northwest of Baghdad, January 4, 2004. REUTERS/Alexander Demianchuk AD/WS
IRAQ
RTRS5IC
January 23, 2004
An Iraqi boy sells the Iraqi newspaper Azzaman fronting a photo of a Japanese advanced troops soldier...
Samawa, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI BOY SELL NEWSPAPER FRONTING PHOTOGRAPH OF JAPANESE TROOPS IN SAMAWA, SOUTHERN IRAQ.
An Iraqi boy sells the Iraqi newspaper Azzaman fronting a photo of a Japanese advanced troops soldier reading an Iraqi newspaper in Samawa, southern Iraq January 23, 2004. Japanese troops arrived in the southern Iraqi city, about 300km south of Baghdad, on Monday night to engage in humanitarian and reconstruction operations. REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama KM/JV
IRAQ
RTR83OG
December 03, 2003
Cars pass by an Iraqi boy selling gasoline on a street in Baghdad
December 3, 2003. Power shortages...
Baghdad
CARS PASS BY AN IRAQI BOY SELLING GASOLINE ON A STREET IN BAGHDAD.
Cars pass by an Iraqi boy selling gasoline on a street in Baghdad
December 3, 2003. Power shortages and sabotage since the U.S.-led war
that ousted Saddam Hussein have hit oil production and refining and
made fuel scarce in Iraq, which has the world's second-largest oil
reserves. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

PEK/WS
IRAQ
RTR6ACB
November 05, 2003
A boy sells bread at a bazaar in the central Iraqi town of Diwaniyah
November 5, 2003 near a U.S. Army...
Diwaniyah, Iraq - Republic of
BOY SELLS BREAD AT A BAZAAR IN THE IRAQI TOWN OF DIWANIYAH.
A boy sells bread at a bazaar in the central Iraqi town of Diwaniyah
November 5, 2003 near a U.S. Army patrol. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

CLH/
INDIA
RTRNFU7
August 11, 2003
An Indian boy sells paper toys at the ongoing Kumbh Mela (sacred Hindu
pilgrimage) in Nasik town, 180...
Nasik, Republic of India
INDIAN BOY SELLS PAPER TOYS AT ONGOING KUMBH MELA IN NASIK.
An Indian boy sells paper toys at the ongoing Kumbh Mela (sacred Hindu
pilgrimage) in Nasik town, 180 km (112.5 miles) northeast of Bombay August
11, 2003. Hundreds of thousands of Hindu devotees have gathered in Nasik to
participate in the month-long religious event, with the first main bath
"shahi snan" (grand bath) taking place early August 12. The Kumbh Mela
occurs four times every twelve years at four different river bank locations
in India. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Roy Madhur PP03080057

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BANGLADESH
RTR6PF
July 06, 2003
Bangladeshi boys smile as they wait for customers for their Kadam
flowers in Dhaka, July 6, 2003. Kadam,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BANGLADESHI BOYS SELL KADAM FLOWERS IN DHAKA.
Bangladeshi boys smile as they wait for customers for their Kadam
flowers in Dhaka, July 6, 2003. Kadam, a seasonal flower, blooms only
during the rainy season. Many poor families in the city earn their
living by vending seasonal flowers. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman

AA/DL
IRAQ
RTRONBZ
June 01, 2003
An Iraqi boy selling bread walks past a metal workshop in central
Baghdad June 1, 2003. The city is...
Baghdad, Iraq - Republic of
IRAQI BOY SELLS BREAD IN A CENTRAL STREET IN BAGHDAD.
An Iraqi boy selling bread walks past a metal workshop in central
Baghdad June 1, 2003. The city is struggling back to life more than
seven weeks after U.S.-led forces toppled Saddam Hussein, but chaos
still ensues. REUTERS/Andrea Comas

AC
INDIA
RTRPETV
June 17, 2003
Six-year-old Simonta Bera sells corn on a busy street in Calcutta on June
17, 2003. The youngster earns...
Calcutta, Republic of India
INDIAN BOY SELLS CORN ON A BUSY STREET IN CALCUTTA.
Six-year-old Simonta Bera sells corn on a busy street in Calcutta on June
17, 2003. The youngster earns around fifty rupees ($1) daily to help support
his family. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw PP03060054

JS/RCS
ARGENTINA POVERTY
RTR9345
August 16, 2002
A boy carries scrap metal he collected to sell in a poor slum in
Greater Buenos Aires, August 16, 2002....
Buenos Aires, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
BOY CARRIES SCRAP METAL TO SELL IN A POOR SLUM OF BUENOS AIRES.
A boy carries scrap metal he collected to sell in a poor slum in
Greater Buenos Aires, August 16, 2002. With official unemployment
figures at a record 21.5 percent, about one out of every four children
do not have enough to eat, according to private estimates. A crippling
recession has forced a devastating public debt default and currency
devaluation in the country. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

EM/HB
ATTACK AFGHANISTAN MEETING
RTRQ13T
December 03, 2001
An Afghan boy protects himself from the cold as he sells blankets in central
Kabul December 3, 2001....
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN BOY PROTECTS HIMSELF FROM THE COLD IN KABUL.
An Afghan boy protects himself from the cold as he sells blankets in central
Kabul December 3, 2001. Rival Afghan factions meeting in Germany tried to
finalise names for an interim administration as anti-Taliban forces
surrounded the militia in Kandahar in a snake-like squeeze. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

DS/WS
TAIWAN
RTR1CH4
February 11, 2002
A Taiwanese boy sells traditional Chinese decorations on Tihua Street
in Taipei February 11, 2002 ahead...
Taipei, Taiwan
A BOY SELLS TRADITIONAL CHINESE DECORATIONS IN TAIPEI.
A Taiwanese boy sells traditional Chinese decorations on Tihua Street
in Taipei February 11, 2002 ahead of the Lunar Chinese New Year. Many
people visit Tihua Street to buy food and decorations in preparation
for new year celebrations, which fall on February 12 this year.
REUTERS/Kenny Wu

KW/RCS
GUATEMALA TAXES
RTRL3GB
July 25, 2001
A young candy seller walks past a line of policeman in front of
Guatemala's national palace, in Guatemala...
Guatemala, Guatemala - Republic of
A GUATEMALAN CANDY SELLER BOY WALKS PAST A LINE OF POLICEMAN IN
GUATEMALA CITY.
A young candy seller walks past a line of policeman in front of
Guatemala's national palace, in Guatemala City July 25, 2001.
Guatemalan President Alfonso Portillo put security forces on "permanent
alert" this week as Congress prepared to debate a controversial
Value-Added-Tax increase from 10 to 12 percent. Guatemala's fiscal
revenue, accounted for 9.4 percent of Gross Domestic Product in 2000,
the second lowest tax-take in Latin America just after impoverished
Haiti.

JS/MMR
IRAQ WATER
RTRDS0E
January 31, 2001
An Iraqi boy waits for customers to sell drinking water to infront of an oil refinery near the southern...
Basrah
IRAQI BOY SELLS DRINKING WATER IN FRONT OF OIL REFINERY NEAR BASRAH.
An Iraqi boy waits for customers to sell drinking water to infront of an oil refinery near the southern town of Basrah January 31, 2001. As the trade embargo imposed on Iraq after the Gulf war moves into its 11th year, the price of drinking water has become higher than price of oil in Iraq's southern provinces.

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VENEZUELA ELECTIONS
RTR6REV
July 28, 2000
A young boy sells buttons and pins of President Hugo Chavez in Caracas July 28, 2000. Backed by strong...
Caracas, Venezuela
A YOUNG BOY SELLS BUTTONS AND PINS OF PRESIDENT HUGO CHAVEZ IN CARACAS.
A young boy sells buttons and pins of President Hugo Chavez in Caracas July 28, 2000. Backed by strong support among the South American country's poor majority, the leftist former paratrooper holds a lead of around 20 percentage points over his closest rival for the July 30 general elections.

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PAKISTAN
RTR5H6K
June 20, 2000
Fifteen-year-old Farid Khan pulls a cart in Rawalpindi June 20 loaded with recycleable items collected...
Rawalpindi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
A PAKISTANI BOY PULLS A CART IN RAWALPINDI.
Fifteen-year-old Farid Khan pulls a cart in Rawalpindi June 20 loaded with recycleable items collected form garbage dumps which he will sell to feed his family. Khan, who says he is the only bread-earner for the family because his father and an elder brother are drug addicts, is one of countless Pakistani children who eke out their livelihood from garbage dumps despite poverty alleviation plans announced by successive governments.

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FIJI
RTR6H12
July 20, 2000
A Fijian boy sells traditional combs for US$1 each on a street in the nation's capital Suva July 20....
Suva, Fiji - Republic of
A FIJIAN BOY SELLS COMBS ON THE STREETS OF SUVA.
A Fijian boy sells traditional combs for US$1 each on a street in the nation's capital Suva July 20. The May 19 coup by nationalist rebels has crippled Fiji's economy, with tourists deserting the country's beach resorts at a cost to the tourism industry of more than US$500,000 per day. More than 5,000 jobs have already been lost and more are threatened by international sanctions and continued political instability.

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BANGLADESH
RTR2ROE
April 02, 2000
A Bangladeshi boy, up to his neck in water, collects water hyacinth flowers in a swamp near Dhaka April...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
A BOY COLLECTS HYACINTH FLOWER IN DHAKA.
A Bangladeshi boy, up to his neck in water, collects water hyacinth flowers in a swamp near Dhaka April 2. He will sell the flowers in the local market.

AA/TAN
INDONESIA
RTRKT8B
January 06, 1999
An Indonesian boy sells goldfish in a Jakarta street January 6. The economic crisis which hit Indonesia...
Jakarta, Indonesia
AN INDONESIAN BOY SELLS GOLDFISHES IN A JAKARTA STREET.
An Indonesian boy sells goldfish in a Jakarta street January 6. The economic crisis which hit Indonesia in mid-1997 forced thousands of children to drop out of school as worsening poverty force more parents to put their children to work to help supplement the family's dwindling income.

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UZBEKISTAN
RTR1A03X
November 03, 2005
An Uzbek girl bites a loaf as she helps her parents to sell bread after the end of the holy fasting month...
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Uzbek girl helps her parents to sell bread after the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Tashkent...
An Uzbek girl bites a loaf as she helps her parents to sell bread after the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan in Tashkent, November 3, 2005. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
KOREM
RTRI6AJ
November 23, 2004
An Ethiopian girl sells barley seeds in the mountainous region of northern Tigray province November 23,...
Korem, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian girl sells barley seeds in the mountainous region of northern Tigray province.
An Ethiopian girl sells barley seeds in the mountainous region of northern Tigray province November 23, 2004 where people have been farming in the traditional way, unchanged for 3,000 years. Ethiopia struggles to feed its fast-growing population of 70 million, 85 percent of whom are peasants, amid recurrent drought and deep poverty. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/CRB
CHINA XINJIANG RACISM
RTRBJBC
September 12, 2004
An ethnic Uighur girl sells knives and trinkets in Urumqi, the capital of China's far western, mostly...
Urumqi, China
To match feature China-Xinjiang-Racism.
An ethnic Uighur girl sells knives and trinkets in Urumqi, the capital of China's far western, mostly Muslim region of Xinjiang in this picture taken September 12, 2004. Many residents say tension between China's majority Han ethnic group and minorities in Xinjiang, like the Uighurs, is pervasive and a socio-economic divide along ethnic lines is getting worse. Picture taken September 12. TO MATCH FEATURE CHINA-XINJIANG-RACISM
SOUTHASIA REACTION
RTRD6ZC
February 20, 2004
A Kashmiri Muslim girl sells "Nadir", a Kashmiri vegetable, in Srinagar, February 20, 2004. Talks outlining...
Srinagar, Republic of India
KASHMIRI MUSLIM GIRL SELLS A KASHMIRI VEGETABLE IN SRINAGAR.
A Kashmiri Muslim girl sells "Nadir", a Kashmiri vegetable, in Srinagar, February 20, 2004. Talks outlining a "basic roadmap" for peace between India and Pakistan in Kashmir were welcomed on Thursday on both sides of the divided Himalayan state as a small but important step. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli FK/TW
INDIA
RTR8WTL
August 13, 2002
A young Indian girl sells Indian national flags on a street in Bombay
August 13, 2002. Indian's are...
Bombay, Republic of India
GIRL SELLS FLAGS FOR INDEPENDENCE DAY IN BOMBAY.
A young Indian girl sells Indian national flags on a street in Bombay
August 13, 2002. Indian's are preparing to celebrate their 55th
Independence Day on August 15. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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ATTACK AFGHAN
RTROW8O
November 01, 2001
Afghan girls sell cooked rice on a road-side at a refugee camp outside
Karachi on November 1, 2001....
Karachi, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
AFGHAN GIRLS SELL COOKED RICE.
Afghan girls sell cooked rice on a road-side at a refugee camp outside
Karachi on November 1, 2001. Many children do not go to schools and
contribute to their family income by taking up assorted jobs.
REUTERS/Zahid Hussein

ZH/'RCS
RTR9RVK
December 20, 1997
A girl sells newspapers with the front page story showing signatures of all the Lithuanian presidential...
Lithuania
GIRL SELLS NEWSPAPERS IN VILNIUS
A girl sells newspapers with the front page story showing signatures of all the Lithuanian presidential candidates December 20. Seven candidates are standing in the election on Sunday. The first round of voting is unlikely to produce a clear winner, as the victor would have to get 52 percent of the votes. Another round will be held two weeks later in which the two candidates who score the most votes in the first round will vie for the presidential office. A simple majority will then determine who will become the head of state.


LITHUANIA ELECTIONS
RTR182W
January 16, 1997
A young Cambodian girl selling fish at a street market in Phnom Penh on January 16 appears intimidated...
Cambodia
YOUNG GIRL SELLS FISH IN PHNOM PENH MARKET
A young Cambodian girl selling fish at a street market in Phnom Penh on January 16 appears intimidated by both customers and fellow vendors. Farmers and fishermen from outside Phnom Penh flock to the morning street markets to sell their produce, cutting out the middlemen to increase their profits.

CAMBODIA FEATURE
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
RTR1FTS9
July 26, 2006
Stateless children try to sell plastic bags for 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
Stateless children try to sell plastic bags for 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
BENIN
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August 02, 2006
A child bottles smuggled fuel on a street in Benin's capital Cotonou, August 2, 2006. Thousands survive...
Cotonou, Benin
Child bottles smuggled fuel on street in Benin's capital Cotonou
A child bottles smuggled fuel on a street in Benin's capital Cotonou, August 2, 2006. Thousands survive by selling fuel that has been illegally imported from the nearby border with Nigeria, Africa's top oil producer. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon (BENIN)
NIGERIA
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April 25, 2006
A Nigerian child sells canoes outside a make-shift shelter at Ilaje riverine community in Lagos, April...
Lagos, Nigeria
A Nigerian family paddle canoes past their make-shift shelters at Ilaje riverine community in Lagos
A Nigerian child sells canoes outside a make-shift shelter at Ilaje riverine community in Lagos, April 25,2006. The country last week paid off the final instalment on its £17 billion Paris Club debt, becoming the first African country to clear its books of loans by that group of Western creditors. However the oil-rich nation is still not completely debt-free, owing £2.8 billion to other creditors. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye
MALAYSIA CHILDREN
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July 26, 2006
A stateless child tries to sell a plastic bag at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in...
Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN
A stateless child tries to sell a plastic bag at 20 sen ($0.05) each to shoppers at a night market, in Kota Kinabalu, in Malaysia's Sabah state on the
Borneo island in this June 27, 2006 file photo. The 'undocumented' children are offspring of Filipino and Indonesian illegal immigrants who failed to register their babies at birth. Malaysia does not practice the ancient legal principle of 'jus soli', whereby birth alone guarantees citizenship. And the authorities are helpless in tackling this decades-old but immensely complex human problem. To match feature MALAYSIA-CHILDREN. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
PERU CHILDREN
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May 26, 2005
Peruvian Gisela Huamani, 11, carries flowers during a harvest at a field in a shantytown in Lima, May...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian Gisela Huamani carries flowers during a harvest at a field in a shantytown in Lima.
Peruvian Gisela Huamani, 11, carries flowers during a harvest at a field in a shantytown in Lima, May 26, 2005. The U.N.'s International Labor Organization (ILO) says around 2 million children in Latin America and the Caribbean work in the so-called "informal sector" - in activities like street selling, making bricks, collecting rubbish, agriculture and car washing. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares PO/VP
INDIA
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February 15, 2005
An Indian boy sells newspaper to a bus passenger in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri February...
Siliguri, India
An Indian boy sells newspaper to a bus passenger in Siliguri.
An Indian boy sells newspaper to a bus passenger in the northeastern Indian city of Siliguri February 15, 2005. Hundreds of children in Siliguri sell newspapers on the streets, earning around 450 Indian rupees ($10), to help their parents bring food to the table. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri AH/FA
INDIA
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September 15, 2004
A girl sells newspapers among busy New Delhi traffic September 15, 2004. India, with an estimated population...
New Delhi, India
A girl sells newspapers among busy New Delhi traffic.
A girl sells newspapers among busy New Delhi traffic September 15, 2004. India, with an estimated population of 1.027 million, is one of the fastest growing developing countries, although it ranks 115th among 162 nations on the Human Development Index. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) estimated there were 11 million street children in India in 1994, a figure considered to be conservative. Picture taken September 15, 2004. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB
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September 24, 1998
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-VIETNAM-CHILDREN - A Vietnamese street child walks in the centre of Ho Chi...
FOR RELEASE WITH BC-VIETNAM-CHILDREN.
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC-VIETNAM-CHILDREN - A Vietnamese street child walks in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City with baskets of coconuts. As many as 15,000 such children in the city are thought survive on shoe-shining, begging, selling or stealing. Picture taken September 13.

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