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GREECE-FUEL/
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February 07, 2013 
A pile of firewood is seen at a firewood merchant in the Varkiza suburb, south of Athens January 22,... 
Athens, Greece 
A pile of firewood is seen at a firewood merchant in the Varkiza suburb, south of Athens 
A pile of firewood is seen at a firewood merchant in the Varkiza suburb, south of Athens January 22, 2013. With Greeks already struggling under wage and pension cuts imposed by the foreign lenders that bailed their country out, many have stopped using heating oil altogether, pushing consumption down 70 percent in the last three months of 2012 from a year earlier. Instead, Greeks are turning burning firewood - using anything from branches to old furniture - which has helped create a blanket of smog over the Greek capital while illegal logging multiplies across forests in the countryside. Picture taken January 22, 2013. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
BELARUS/
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November 22, 2011 
A man chops firewood in the village of Kaplichi, some 160 km (100 miles) southeast of Minsk November... 
Osipovichi, Belarus 
A man chops firewood in the village of Kaplichi 
A man chops firewood in the village of Kaplichi, some 160 km (100 miles) southeast of Minsk November 22, 2011. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: SOCIETY) 
ALGERIA CASBAH
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September 01, 2008 
Workers chop wood during the restoration of a Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 14, 2008. From... 
Algiers, Algeria 
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Workers chop wood during the restoration of a Moorish house in the Algiers Casbah March 14, 2008. From cutlass and canon to earthquake and flood, powerful forces have long done damage to the Algiers Casbah, fabled bastion of Barbary pirates who plied the Mediterranean for centuries in defiance of European power. But the deadliest of the many blows suffered by Algiers' disintegrating old quarter may actually be contemporary -- neglect by successive governments of modern Algeria. Picture taken March 14. To match feature ALGERIA CASBAH REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra(ALGERIA) 
ATTACK AFGHAN BAMIYAN
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December 15, 2001 
A Hazara man chops wood outside a cave in Bamiyan December 15, 2001.
The destruction of the 2,000-year-old... 
Bamiyan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
A HAZARA MAN CHOPS WOOD OUTSIDE OF A CAVE IN BAMIYAN. 
A Hazara man chops wood outside a cave in Bamiyan December 15, 2001.
The destruction of the 2,000-year-old Buddhas, among the great wonders
of the ancient world, was the first many people outside Afghanistan had
heard of the Taliban or Bamiyan. But a story of human horror also
unfolded in the town and the surrounding area as forces of the Sunni
Muslim Taliban, fired by a perverse interpretation of Islam, forced
tens of thousands of Shi'ite Muslims to flee into the mountains.
REUTERS/Peter Andrews

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PAKISTAN KASHMIR
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May 30, 1999 
A displaced Kashmiri works on a wooden logs to build a shelter for his family May 29, after fleeing from... 
Athmaqam, Pakistan 
A KASHIMIRI MAN CHOPS WOOD IN ATHMAQAM. 
A displaced Kashmiri works on a wooden logs to build a shelter for his family May 29, after fleeing from Athmaqam village near the ceasefire line in Pakistan-ruled part of the disputed Kashmir state. Growing tension between India and Pakistan armies in the region has forced hundereds of local people to flee their homes in the last two weeks.

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