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Search results for: From 01/01/2008 to 10/07/2008 / Photographer: Brindicci Marcos

ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RNN
July 09, 2008
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic tank on the back of a cow at their farm in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RNI
July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RNH
July 09, 2008
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow eats in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RN6
July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) Also see GF2E47H1MJI01
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RN3
July 09, 2008
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
Cows stand in their pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RMU
July 09, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) FOR BEST QUALITY also see:
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ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTX7RMR
July 09, 2008
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic...
Guillermo Berra, a researcher at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology, adjusts a plastic tank on the back of a cow at their farm in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7RM8
July 08, 2008
Masked demonstrators march towards the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace during an anti-government protest...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Masked demonstrators march towards the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace during an anti-government protest...
Masked demonstrators march towards the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace during an anti-government protest in Buenos Aires, July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7RM4
July 08, 2008
A masked demonstrator shouts slogans during an anti-government protest in front of the Casa Rosada Presidential...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A masked demonstrator shouts slogans during an anti-government protest in Buenos Aires
A masked demonstrator shouts slogans during an anti-government protest in front of the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires July 8, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7QH6
July 07, 2008
An injured demonstrator is wheeled into an ambulance after clashes with riot policemen in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Injured demonstrator is wheeled into an ambulance after clashes with riot policemen in Buenos Aires
An injured demonstrator is wheeled into an ambulance after clashes with riot policemen in Buenos Aires, July 7, 2008. Clashes started when members of leftists organizations, who were demanding more jobs and subsidies for the unemployed, wanted to set up a tent in front of the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace, local media said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ENVIRONMENT-ARGENTINA/COWS
RTXCE49
July 04, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. Picture taken July 4, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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RTX815J
July 04, 2008
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts...
Castelar, Argentina
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar
A cow stands in her pen at the National Institute of Agricultural Technology in Castelar, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires July 4, 2008. Argentine scientists are taking a novel approach to studying global warming, strapping plastic tanks to the backs of cows to collect their burps. Researchers say the slow digestive system of cows makes them a producer of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that gets far less public attention than carbon dioxide in efforts to fight global warming. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7NAL
July 04, 2008
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 4, 2008. Argentina's lower...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 4, 2008. Argentina's lower house of Congress planned on Friday to vote on a tax hike on soy exports that has triggered a long-running conflict between the government and farmers, lawmakers said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7NAK
July 04, 2008
A pro-farm activist stands next to a sign reading: "I am with the farm, and you?", during a demonstration...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pro-farm activist stands next to a sign during a demonstration near the Congress in Buenos Aires
A pro-farm activist stands next to a sign reading: "I am with the farm, and you?", during a demonstration near the Congress in Buenos Aires July 4, 2008. Argentina's lower house of Congress planned on Friday to vote on a tax hike on soy exports that has triggered a long-running conflict between the government and farmers, lawmakers said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7N9A
July 04, 2008
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 4, 2008. Argentina's lower...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires
Pro-government demonstrators gather outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 4, 2008. Argentina's lower house of Congress planned on Friday to vote on a tax hike on soy exports that has triggered a long-running conflict between the government and farmers, lawmakers said. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
GERMANY-FILM/METROPOLIS
RTX7M13
July 04, 2008
Footage of a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" is seen in a video camera's screen during a news...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Footage of a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" is seen in a video camera's screen during a news...
Footage of a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" is seen in a video camera's screen during a news conference where it was presented in Buenos Aires July 3, 2008. A large part of the missing footage cut from Metropolis, Fritz Lang's most impressive film of its time, after it flopped upon opening in 1927 has been found in a film museum in Argentina. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
GERMANY-FILM/METROPOLIS
RTX7LZM
July 03, 2008
Paula Felix Didier, director of Buenos Aires' Film Museum, speaks during a news conference where a copy...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
The Director of Buenos Aires' Film Museum speaks during a news conference where a copy of Fritz Lang's...
Paula Felix Didier, director of Buenos Aires' Film Museum, speaks during a news conference where a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" was presented in Buenos Aires, July 3, 2008. A large part of the missing footage from Metropolis, the most impressive film of its time, cut after it flopped upon opening in 1927, has been found in a film museum in Argentina. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
GERMANY-FILM/METROPOLIS
RTX7LZJ
July 03, 2008
Two men watch a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" during a news conference where it was presented...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Two men watch a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Two men watch a copy of Fritz Lang's film "Metropolis" during a news conference where it was presented in Buenos Aires, July 3, 2008. A large part of the missing footage from Metropolis, the most impressive film of its time, cut after it flopped upon opening in 1927, has been found in a film museum in Argentina. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7LQ9
July 03, 2008
An invoice that reads "Dinosaur egg fossils" under its bar code is seen stamped on a package containing...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Invoice is seen stamped on a package at Buenos Aires' airport
An invoice that reads "Dinosaur egg fossils" under its bar code is seen stamped on a package containing those elements, while an Argentine air force guard stands next to it, at Buenos Aires' airport July 3, 2008. Argentina recovered on Thursday about 4 tons of fossils that had been taken from the country illegally and were found in the United States after two years of investigation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7LQ1
July 03, 2008
United States' Ambassador in Argentina Earl Anthony Wayne (L) looks at packages containing dinosaurs...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
US' Ambassador in Argentina Wayne looks at packages containing dinosaurs fossils after their arrival...
United States' Ambassador in Argentina Earl Anthony Wayne (L) looks at packages containing dinosaurs fossils after their arrival at Buenos Aires' airport July 3, 2008. Argentina recovered on Thursday about 4 tons of fossils that had been taken from the country illegally and were found in the United States after two years of investigation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7LPP
July 03, 2008
Argentine air force personnel push a cart with packages of dinosaurs fossils after their arrival at Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine air force personnel push a cart with dinosaurs fossils after their arrival at Buenos Aires'...
Argentine air force personnel push a cart with packages of dinosaurs fossils after their arrival at Buenos Aires' airport July 3, 2008. Argentina recovered on Thursday about 4 tons of fossils that had been taken from the country illegally and were found in the United States after two years of investigation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JM1
July 02, 2008
A farmer on horseback is blocked by anti-riot policemen after demonstrators attempted to ride their horses...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A farmer on horseback is blocked by anti-riot policemen after demonstrators attempted to ride their horses...
A farmer on horseback is blocked by anti-riot policemen after demonstrators attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JLT
July 02, 2008
Farmers are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Farmers are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress...
Farmers are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JLQ
July 02, 2008
Farmers on horseback hold a sign that reads "We are all the farm" as they are blocked by anti-riot policemen...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards...
Farmers on horseback hold a sign that reads "We are all the farm" as they are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JLP
July 02, 2008
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen, one of them holding up a sign that reads 'We...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards...
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen, one of them holding up a sign that reads 'We are all the farm", after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JL8
July 02, 2008
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards...
Farmers on horseback are blocked by anti-riot policemen after they attempted to ride their horses towards the Congress in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7JKW
July 02, 2008
A farmer walks as anti-riot policemen block pro-farm demonstrators on horsback after they attempted to...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A farmer walks as anti-riot policemen block pro-farm demonstrators on horsback after they attempted to...
A farmer walks as anti-riot policemen block pro-farm demonstrators on horsback after they attempted to march towards the Congress in Buenos Aires July 1, 2008. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner asked lawmakers last week to vote on the grains export tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JKL
July 02, 2008
Argentine singer Andres Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine singer Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in a park...
Argentine singer Andres Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JKK
July 02, 2008
Argentine singer Andres Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentine singer Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in a park...
Argentine singer Andres Calamaro attends the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JKE
July 01, 2008
Bassist Flavio Cianciarullo (R) and lead singer Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Flavio Cianciarullo and Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform during their reunion...
Bassist Flavio Cianciarullo (R) and lead singer Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JKC
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during their...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JK5
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs smiles during their reunion show in a park...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs smiles during their reunion show in a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs smiles during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JK4
July 01, 2008
People attend the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs outside Galileo Galilei planetarium...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
People attend the reunion concert of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs outside Galileo Galilei planetarium...
People attend the reunion concert of Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs outside Galileo Galilei planetarium in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JK3
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico (R) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico (R) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JK2
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JK1
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show in...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JK0
July 01, 2008
Bassist Flavio Cianciarulo (R) and lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Flavio Cianciarulo and Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform during their reunion...
Bassist Flavio Cianciarulo (R) and lead singer Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs perform during their reunion show in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7JJY
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs with band members during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/
RTX7JJX
July 01, 2008
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Vicentico of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show at a park in Buenos...
Lead singer Vicentico (C) of the Argentine band Fabulosos Cadillacs performs during their reunion show in a park in Buenos Aires, July 1, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7H8Q
June 29, 2008
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in a Argentine First Division soccer match against...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in a Argentine First Division soccer match against...
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in a Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires June 29, 2008. Racing Club won the match and avoided relegation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
SOCCER-ARGENTINA/
RTX7H8K
June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (R) fights for the ball with Belgrano's Miguel Martinez during their...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Moralez fights for the ball with Belgrano's Martinez during their match in Avellaneda
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (R) fights for the ball with Belgrano's Miguel Martinez during their Argentine First Division soccer match in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, 29 June, 2008. Racing Club won the match 1-0 and avoided relegation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
SOCCER-ARGENTINA/
RTX7H8G
June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Pablo Cavallero (L) fights for the ball with Belgrano's Gaston Turus during their Argentine...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Cavallero fights for the ball with Belgrano's Turus during their match in Avellaneda
Racing Club's Pablo Cavallero (L) fights for the ball with Belgrano's Gaston Turus during their Argentine First Division soccer match in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, 29 June, 2008. Racing Club won the match 1-0 and avoided relegation. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7H62
June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Facundo Sava cries after they avoided relegation following the Argentine First Division...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Sava cries after they avoided relegation following the match against Belgrano in Avellaneda...
Racing Club's Facundo Sava cries after they avoided relegation following the Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (L) and Matias Sanchez celebrate after they avoided relegation following...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Moralez and Mercado celebrate after they avoided relegation following their match against...
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (L) and Matias Sanchez celebrate after they avoided relegation following their Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (L) and Matias Sanchez celebrate after they avoided relegation following...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Moralez and Mercado celebrate after they avoided relegation following their match against...
Racing Club's Maximiliano Moralez (L) and Matias Sanchez celebrate after they avoided relegation following their Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7H56
June 29, 2008
Racing Club's head coach Juan Manuel Llop (R) celebrates with player Gabriel Mercado after they avoided...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's coach Llop celebrates with Mercado after they avoided relegation following their match...
Racing Club's head coach Juan Manuel Llop (R) celebrates with player Gabriel Mercado after they avoided relegation following their Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7GZU
June 29, 2008
Racing Club's Juan Manuel Llop (L) celebrates with a member of the coaching staff after they avoided...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Racing Club's Llop celebrates with a member of the coaching staff after they avoided relegation following...
Racing Club's Juan Manuel Llop (L) celebrates with a member of the coaching staff after they avoided relegation following their Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7GUF
June 29, 2008
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in their Argentine First Division soccer match against...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in their Argentine First Division soccer match against...
Players of Racing Club celebrate after their goal in their Argentine First Division soccer match against Belgrano in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires June 29, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-FARMERS/
RTX7DXY
June 27, 2008
Motorcycle messengers gather to protest a lack of support from the government in the same park as pro-farm...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Motorcycle messengers gather to protest lack of support from the government in front of the Congress...
Motorcycle messengers gather to protest a lack of support from the government in the same park as pro-farm and pro-government activists in front of the Congress in Buenos Aires June 26, 2008. Ruling party lawmakers in Argentina on Thursday expressed increasing criticism of the grains export taxes that sparked a series of farm strikes, suggesting the government could be forced to make concessions. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez asked Congress last week to vote on the tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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RTX7DVF
June 27, 2008
Luciano Miguens, president of the Rural Society of Argentina, speaks outside a tent set up by farmers...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Miguens, president of Rural Society of Argentina, speaks outside a tent set up by farmers outside Congress...
Luciano Miguens, president of the Rural Society of Argentina, speaks outside a tent set up by farmers outside the Congress in Buenos Aires June 26, 2008. Ruling party lawmakers in Argentina on Thursday expressed increasing criticism of the grains export taxes that sparked a series of farm strikes, suggesting the government could be forced to make concessions. Center-left President Cristina Fernandez asked Congress last week to vote on the tax issue in an effort to defuse the three-month farm dispute, which has dented her popularity and sent jitters through local financial markets. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
A wounded activist lies in an ambulance outside the Congress in Buenos Aires in this picture taken through...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Wounded activist lies in ambulance outside Congress in Buenos Aires in this picture taken through a window...
A wounded activist lies in an ambulance outside the Congress in Buenos Aires in this picture taken through a window June 26, 2008. The activist was injured during an argument. Argentine lawmakers started to discuss the controversial export taxes that have triggered a series of farmers' strikes in an effort to resolve the country's deepest political crisis in six years. BEST AVAILABLE QUALITY REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Hebe de Bonafini (R), leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared),...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Leader of human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo de Bonafini is welcomed by transvestite named Norma...
Hebe de Bonafini (R), leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared), is welcomed by a transvestite named Norma (C) to the inauguration of the Nadia Echazu transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer an alternative for employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestite Noelia Luna poses with sewing machines after the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestite Noelia poses with sewing machines at the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing...
Transvestite Noelia Luna poses with sewing machines after the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestite Noelia Luna looks at sewing machines after the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestite Noelia looks at sewing machines at the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing...
Transvestite Noelia Luna looks at sewing machines after the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestites Norma (L) and Lohana (2nd R) help Hebe de Bonafini, leader of the human rights group Madres...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestites Norma and Lohana help the leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo de Bonafini...
Transvestites Norma (L) and Lohana (2nd R) help Hebe de Bonafini, leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared), climb several steps during the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (L), leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestite Lohana and leader of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo de Bonafini cut ribbonin Avellaneda
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (L), leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared) Hebe de Bonafini (R), and Avellaneda's Mayor Baldomero Alvarez cut the ribbon at the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (L) speaks next to the leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestite Lohana speaks during the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals...
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (L) speaks next to the leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared) Hebe de Bonafini (2nd L) and other mothers during the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 26, 2008
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (C) talks to the leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Transvestite Lohana talks to the leader of the Madres de Plaza de Mayo de Bonafini in Avellaneda
Transvestite Lohana Berkins (C) talks to the leader of the human rights group Madres de Plaza de Mayo (Mothers of the disappeared) Hebe de Bonafini (R), while other mothers watch, at the inauguration of the 'Nadia Echazu' transvestites and transsexuals sewing cooperative in Avellaneda, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, June 26, 2008. The sewing cooperative, which founders say is the first one in the world run by and for transvestites, seeks to train workers and offer an alternative employment for their community. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 25, 2008
Activists clad in underwear with red body paint protest against the use of fur in Buenos Aires, June...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Activists clad in underwear with red body paint protest against the use of fur in Buenos Aires
Activists clad in underwear with red body paint protest against the use of fur in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2008. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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June 25, 2008
A giant inflatable bull is seen during a pro-farm demonstration outside the Congress in Buenos Aires,...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A giant inflatable bull is seen during a pro-farm demonstration outside the Congress in Buenos Aires
A giant inflatable bull is seen during a pro-farm demonstration outside the Congress in Buenos Aires, June 25, 2008. Argentine lawmakers started to discuss the controversial export taxes that have triggered a series of farmers' strikes in an effort to resolve the country's deepest political crisis in six years. Seeking to defuse the conflict, President Cristina Fernandez asked Congress last week to vote on the thorny tax issue. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
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