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INDONESIA
RTXOQRL
June 21, 2006
A villager removes string beans off her crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the village...
Magelang, Indonesia
A villager removes string beans off her crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the .....
A villager removes string beans off her crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the village of Ketep outside city of Magelang, Central Java June 21, 2006.
INDONESIA
RTXOQRK
June 21, 2006
A villager watches his tobacco crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the village of...
Magelang, Indonesia
A villager watches his tobacco crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the village o.....
A villager watches his tobacco crops which were covered by ashes from Mount Merapi, in the village of Ketep, outside city of Magelang, Central Java June 21, 2006.
JAVA
RTXOPZ7
June 12, 2006
A farmer carries a basket of vegetables with the Mount Merapi volcano emitting smoke in the background...
SENGI, Indonesia
A farmer carries a basket of vegetables with the Mount Merapi volcano emitting smoke in the backgrou.....
A farmer carries a basket of vegetables with the Mount Merapi volcano emitting smoke in the background in the village of Sengi, outside the city of Magelang, central Java June 12, 2006.
JAVA
RTXOPZ6
June 12, 2006
A farmer reaps ash-covered chilli following an ash fall from the Mount Merapi volcano (in the background)...
Babadan, Indonesia
A farmer reaps ash-covered chilli following an ash fall from the Mount Merapi volcano (in the backgr.....
A farmer reaps ash-covered chilli following an ash fall from the Mount Merapi volcano (in the background) in the village of Babadan, outside the city of Magelang, central Java June 12, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ3
June 05, 2006
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City du.....
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ2
June 05, 2006
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry .....
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ1
June 05, 2006
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City duri.....
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
ZAMBIA
RTXON5T
May 25, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06- Former Zimbabwean farmer Rae Graham (R) and farm worker Milton Madali inspect...
Lusaka, Zambia
-PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06- Former Zimbabwean farmer Rae Graham (R) and farm worker Milton Madali inspect.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 04MAY06- Former Zimbabwean farmer Rae Graham (R) and farm worker Milton Madali inspect maize before packing it for sale at the Penyaonse Farm, about 50 kilometres (31 miles) north of the Zambian capital Lusaka, May 4, 2006. Rae, who now lives in neighbouring Zambia, is one of several hundred white farmers who fled Zimbabwe because of [President Robert Mugabe]'s campaign to redistribute white-owned farms to landless blacks. Picture taken May 4, 2006.
OYSTER FARMING
RTXOLWX
May 18, 2006
An oyster farmer holds an oyster net at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during...
Arcachon, France
An oyster farmer holds an oyster net at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during.....
An oyster farmer holds an oyster net at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest against an oyster ban May 18, 2006. The local prefecture banned the harvest and sales of oysters when routine biological tests revealed the presence of an algae which makes oysters potentially toxic when consumed.
OYSTER FARMING
RTXOLWW
May 18, 2006
An oyster farmer eats an oyster at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest...
Arcachon, France
An oyster farmer eats an oyster at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a pr.....
An oyster farmer eats an oyster at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest against an oyster ban May 18, 2006. The local prefecture banned the harvest and sales of oysters when routine biological tests revealed the presence of an algae which makes oysters potentially toxic when consumed.
OYSTER FARMING
RTXOLWU
May 18, 2006
Oyster farmers eat oysters at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest...
Arcachon, France
Oyster farmers eat oysters at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest.....
Oyster farmers eat oysters at Bassin d'Arcachon near Bordeaux, southwestern France, during a protest against an oyster ban May 18, 2006. The local prefecture banned the harvest and sales of oysters when routine biological tests revealed the presence of an algae which makes oysters potentially toxic when consumed.
INDONESIA
RTXOLOG
May 18, 2006
A farmer works on her plants, which are covered in ash, in Gowok Sabrang village, on the slopes of Mount...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A farmer works on her plants, which are covered in ash, in Gowok Sabrang village, on the slopes of M.....
A farmer works on her plants, which are covered in ash, in Gowok Sabrang village, on the slopes of Mount Merapi volcano near the Indonesian city of Muntilan May 18, 2006. Ignoring warnings a major eruption could come at anytime, Indonesian villagers were back in their homes on the slopes of the simmering Mount Merapi volcano on Thursday.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJJ1
May 06, 2006
Sap oozes from poppies after they are scratched, a process to get opium from poppies, in a village outside...
Balkh, Afghanistan
Sap oozes from poppies after they are scratched, a process to get opium from poppies, in a village o.....
Sap oozes from poppies after they are scratched, a process to get opium from poppies, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJJ0
May 06, 2006
An Afghan man walks in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan man walks in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) n.....
An Afghan man walks in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIZ
May 06, 2006
An Afghan farmer collects raw opium from poppies, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan farmer collects raw opium from poppies, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km .....
An Afghan farmer collects raw opium from poppies, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIY
May 06, 2006
An Afghan farmer and his son stand in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan farmer and his son stand in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 k.....
An Afghan farmer and his son stand in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIX
May 06, 2006
An Afghan farmer gestures in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles)...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan farmer gestures in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 mi.....
An Afghan farmer gestures in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIW
May 06, 2006
An Afghan farmer holds fresh opium extracted from poppies in a village outside Balkh province, about...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan farmer holds fresh opium extracted from poppies in a village outside Balkh province, about.....
An Afghan farmer holds fresh opium extracted from poppies in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIV
May 06, 2006
Afghan women work in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (miles) north of...
Balkh, Afghanistan
Afghan women work in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (miles) north o.....
Afghan women work in a poppy field in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIU
May 06, 2006
Afghan farmers work in a poppy field, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north...
Balkh, Afghanistan
Afghan farmers work in a poppy field, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) .....
Afghan farmers work in a poppy field, in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of[Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXOJIT
May 06, 2006
An Afghan farmer holds a poppy in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of...
Balkh, Afghanistan
An Afghan farmer holds a poppy in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north o.....
An Afghan farmer holds a poppy in a village outside Balkh province, about 500 km (310 miles) north of [Kabul] May 6, 2006. The illegal narcotics trade dominates Afghanistan's economy, accounting for 60 percent of its gross domestic product and 87 percent of the world's supply. [Heroin and morphine are derived from opium, which comes from poppies.]
INDIA
RTXOI6C
April 15, 2006
Indian farmers harvest wheat on a farm on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Chandigarh April...
Chandigarh, India
Indian farmers harvest wheat on a farm on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Chandigarh Ap.....
Indian farmers harvest wheat on a farm on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Chandigarh April 15, 2006.
BOVE
RTXOHWW
April 13, 2006
Gendarmes carry radical French farmer Jose Bove (C) out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Carcassonne,...
Carcassonne, France
Gendarmes carry radical French farmer Jose Bove (C) out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Ca.....
Gendarmes carry radical French farmer Jose Bove (C) out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Carcassonne, southeastern France April 13, 2006. Some 200 anti-GMO activists from Greenpeace and the farm union Confederation Paysanne tried to occupy the factory to search for genetically modified seeds. ??? NOTE - FRENCH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN FRANCE
BOVE
RTXOHWV
April 13, 2006
Gendarmes drag radical French farmer Jose Bove out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Carcassonne,...
Carcassonne, France
Gendarmes drag radical French farmer Jose Bove out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Carcass.....
Gendarmes drag radical French farmer Jose Bove out of a Monsanto seeds plant in Trebes, near Carcassonne, south eastern France, April 13, 2006. Some two hundred anti-GMO activists from Greenpeace and the farm union Confederation Paysanne tried to occupy this factory searching for genetically modified seeds.
VIETNAM
RTXOFPK
March 28, 2006
A farmer pours coffee beans into a grinder in Vietnam's central highland Gia Lai province March 28, 2006....
Gia Lai Province, Vietnam
A farmer pours coffee beans into a grinder in Vietnam's central highland Gia Lai province March 28, .....
A farmer pours coffee beans into a grinder in Vietnam's central highland Gia Lai province March 28, 2006. Vietnam is likely to export 459,000 tonnes (7.65 million 60-kg bags) of coffee in the first half of the crop year ending in September 2006, down 1.9 percent from a year earlier, a government report said on Tuesday.
CHINA
RTXOFQQ
March 27, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAR06- A Chinese farmer stands next to his piglets at a market fair on the rural outskirts...
JINZHONG, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAR06- A Chinese farmer stands next to his piglets at a market fair on the rural outs.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23MAR06- A Chinese farmer stands next to his piglets at a market fair on the rural outskirts of Jinzhong, in China's Shanxi province, March 23, 2006. [China's rural bureaucrats have often been cast as corrupt and uncaring villains as discontent flared across the countryside but a rare new expose by a local official offers a harshly candid defence of their ways.] Picture taken March 23, 2006.
BOLIVIA
RTXOEWD
March 20, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAR06- Peasant farmer Gregorio Callisaya and his wife take part in a literacy class in...
La Paz, Bolivia
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAR06- Peasant farmer Gregorio Callisaya and his wife take part in a literacy class i.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 17MAR06- Peasant farmer Gregorio Callisaya and his wife take part in a literacy class in San Roque, a community on the fringes of the Bolivian city of El Alto, in this picture taken March 17, 2006. [President Evo Morales] on March 20, 2006 launched a national programme, based on Cuban techniques, which aims to wipe out illiteracy in the impoverished country in 2 and 1/2 years.
CHINA
RTXODEO
March 06, 2006
A Chinese woman works on her farm in Xiangfan, China's Hubei province March 6, 2006. [Premier Wen Jiabao]...
Xiangfan, China
A Chinese woman works on her farm in Xiangfan, China's Hubei province March 6, 2006. [Premier Wen Ji.....
A Chinese woman works on her farm in Xiangfan, China's Hubei province March 6, 2006. [Premier Wen Jiabao] told parliament on Sunday that China would channel its surging economic growth to improve living conditions of rural people and narrow the widening gap between the country's rich cities and restive countryside. ??? USE ONLY
CHINA
RTXOBK8
February 27, 2006
A Chinese farmer works on a farmland in Gu'an Country, north China's Hebei province, February 27, 2006....
GU'AN, China
A Chinese farmer works on a farmland in Gu'an Country, north China's Hebei province, February 27, 20.....
A Chinese farmer works on a farmland in Gu'an Country, north China's Hebei province, February 27, 2006. [The newly-issued "No.1 document" of the year by the central authorities points that revitalizing the countryside is China's main priority, with the nation in an era of insufficient grain production, expanding urban-rural disparity and soaring national fiscal income, Xinhua News Agency reported.]
MATLALA
RTXOBFV
February 24, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects apples growing...
Ermelo, South Africa
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects apples growing.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects apples growing growing on his 1,400 hectare (3,460 acre) farm near the small town of Ermelo in Mpumalanga province, February 23, 2006. The government aims to transfer 30 percent of commercial farmland into black hands by 2014 but so far only about 4 percent has been transferred. Picture taken February 23, 2006
MATLALA
RTXOBFU
February 24, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects the maize growing...
Ermelo, South Africa
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects the maize growi.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 23FEB06- Black South African commercial farmer Motsepe Matlala inspects the maize growing on his farm near the small town of Ermelo in Mpumalanga province, February 23, 2006. The government aims to transfer 30 percent of commercial farmland into black hands by 2014 but so far only about 4 percent has been transferred. Picture taken February 23, 2006
BOLIVIA
RTXO2PK
December 16, 2005
A Bolivian coca farmer wears a hat with the words "Che lives" in reference to Argentine-Cuban revolutionary...
Shinahota, Bolivia
A Bolivian coca farmer wears a hat with the words "Che lives" in reference to Argentine-Cuban revolu.....
A Bolivian coca farmer wears a hat with the words "Che lives" in reference to Argentine-Cuban revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, who was executed by the Bolivian army in 1967, while chewing a coca leaf in the region where presidential [candidate Evo Morales of the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party ] began his political career in the late 1980s as leader of the coca growers' union, in Shinahota near Cochabamba, central Bolivia December 16, 2005. [The latest opinion polls show Morales leading his closest contender by five percentage points before the December 18 election.]
BOLIVIA
RTXO2PJ
December 16, 2005
Bolivian farmers bag coca leaves for sale in the region where presidential [candidate Evo Morales of...
Shinahota, Bolivia
Bolivian farmers bag coca leaves for sale in the region where presidential [candidate Evo Morales of.....
Bolivian farmers bag coca leaves for sale in the region where presidential [candidate Evo Morales of the Movement Toward Socialism (MAS) party ] began his political career in the late 1980s as leader of the coca growers' union, in Shinahota near Cochabamba, central Bolivia December 16, 2005. [The latest opinion polls show Morales leading his closest contender by five percentage points before the December 18 election.]
MIDEAST
RTXO2OO
December 12, 2005
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaza...
Gaza, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaz.....
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaza December 8, 2005. [Palestinians exported the first load of crops on Sunday grown in Gaza greenhouses left behind by evacuated Jewish settlers, boosting hopes that Israel's pullout could jump-start the coastal strip's ailing economy.]
MIDEAST
RTXO2OM
December 12, 2005
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaza...
Gaza, GAZA STRIP
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaz.....
A Palestinian farmer works inside a greenhouse in the evacuated Jewish settlement of Netzarim in Gaza December 8, 2005. [Palestinians exported the first load of crops on Sunday grown in Gaza greenhouses left behind by evacuated Jewish settlers, boosting hopes that Israel's pullout could jump-start the coastal strip's ailing economy.]
FRANCE
RTXNW2U
October 17, 2005
French farmer, Stephane Letue, examines a chicken in a farm in Janze near Rennes, western France, October...
JANZE, France
French farmer, Stephane Letue, examines a chicken in a farm in Janze near Rennes, western France, Oc.....
French farmer, Stephane Letue, examines a chicken in a farm in Janze near Rennes, western France, October 17, 2005.[Europe strove on Monday to balance moves to test for outbreaks of the deadly bird flu, with keeping people calm and avoiding widespread panic after the disease was found in Turkey and Romania.]
FRANCE
RTXNTCS
September 29, 2005
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) takes part in a demonstration in support of 11 anti GMO (Genetically...
Lille, France
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) takes part in a demonstration in support of 11 anti GMO (Genetic.....
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) takes part in a demonstration in support of 11 anti GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) militants prosecuted for the destruction of a genetically-modified sugar beet field in 2001, in Lille, northern France, September 29, 2005.
FRANCE
RTXNSOQ
September 20, 2005
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) and Francois Simon (C) arrive to attend their trial with their lawyer...
Toulouse, France
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) and Francois Simon (C) arrive to attend their trial with their l.....
Radical French farmer Jose Bove (L) and Francois Simon (C) arrive to attend their trial with their lawyer Francois Roux at Toulouse's courthouse, south of France, September 20, 2005. Bove and other defendants will stand trial for destroying a Genetically Modified Organism test plantations in July 2004.
BOVE
RTXNSOP
September 20, 2005
Radical French farmer Jose Bove raises his hands as he is searched by a [policeman] before his trial...
Toulouse, France
Radical French farmer Jose Bove raises his hands as he is searched by a [policeman] before his trial.....
Radical French farmer Jose Bove raises his hands as he is searched by a [policeman] before his trial in Toulouse's courthouse September 20, 2005. Bove and other defendants will stand trial for destroying a Genetically Modified Organism test plantations in July 2004.
BOVE
RTXNSOO
September 20, 2005
Radical French farmer Jose Bove arrives for his trial in Toulouse's courthouse September 20, 2005. Bove...
Toulouse, France
Radical French farmer Jose Bove arrives for his trial in Toulouse's courthouse September 20, 2005. B.....
Radical French farmer Jose Bove arrives for his trial in Toulouse's courthouse September 20, 2005. Bove and other defendants will stand trial for destroying a Genetically Modified Organism test plantations in July 2004.
SPAIN
RTXNSKK
September 20, 2005
An African migrant worker carries his personal belongings as a large greenhouse where they worked and...
Nijar, Spain
An African migrant worker carries his personal belongings as a large greenhouse where they worked an.....
An African migrant worker carries his personal belongings as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their living quarters and place of worship, burns to the ground in Nijar, southeast Spain, early September 20, 2005. More than 200 African farm labourers were evacuated from the greenhouse which was completely destroyed.
SPAIN
RTXNSKJ
September 20, 2005
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their living...
Nijar, Spain
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their liv.....
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their living quarters and place of worship, burns to the ground in Nijar, southeast Spain, early September 20, 2005. More than African farm labourers were evacuated from the greenhouse which was completely destroyed.
SPAIN
RTXNSKI
September 20, 2005
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their living...
Nijar, Spain
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their liv.....
African migrant workers watch as a large greenhouse where they worked and which doubled as their living quarters and place of worship, burns to the ground in Nijar, southeast Spain, early September 20, 2005. More than 200 African farm labourers were evacuated from the greenhouse which was completely destroyed.
FRANCE
RTXNR8Z
September 07, 2005
Former leader of the French radical farmer union "Confederation Paysanne" Jose Bove (R) speaks with former...
Rodez, France
Former leader of the French radical farmer union "Confederation Paysanne" Jose Bove (R) speaks with .....
Former leader of the French radical farmer union "Confederation Paysanne" Jose Bove (R) speaks with former spokesman Jean-Emile Sanchez (L), accompanied by French cancer researcher Dominique Bellepaume (C), in front of Rodez courthouse in southwestern France September 7, 2005. A total of 16 members of the rural union, including Sanchez, are prosecuted for their participation in actions fighting against the use banned insecticide and the low prices of milk.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPOD
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer pours harvested wheat into a container for storage in Bamiyan,...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer pours harvested wheat into a container for storage in Bamiyan.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer pours harvested wheat into a container for storage in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 26, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 26, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPOC
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 24, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 24, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPOA
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer carries a pile of wheat to be threshed in Bamiyan, about 240km...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer carries a pile of wheat to be threshed in Bamiyan, about 240k.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer carries a pile of wheat to be threshed in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 26, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 26, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPO8
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer sifts dust out of harvested wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (149...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer sifts dust out of harvested wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (14.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer sifts dust out of harvested wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 26, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 26, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPO7
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) no.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 24, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 24, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPO5
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer works in his wheat field located near the remains of a giant Buddha...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer works in his wheat field located near the remains of a giant .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 26AUG05- An Afghan farmer works in his wheat field located near the remains of a giant Buddha statue in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 26, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 26, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPO3
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- Afghan farmer uses cows to thresh wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- Afghan farmer uses cows to thresh wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) no.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- Afghan farmer uses cows to thresh wheat in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 24, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 24, 2005.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNJT0
June 09, 2005
Cattlemen ride horses through central Melbourne to protest a state government proposal to ban cattle...
Melbourne, Australia
Cattlemen ride horses through central Melbourne to protest a state government proposal to ban cattle.....
Cattlemen ride horses through central Melbourne to protest a state government proposal to ban cattle grazing in the Alpine National Park June 9, 2005. More than 500 Australian cattlemen rode on horseback to parliament in the southern state of Victoria on Thursday to protest moves to stop them grazing their cattle in Australia's alpine country.
BOLIVIA
RTXNIKD
May 29, 2005
An Andean man attends an Indian and peasants assembly in La Paz, Bolivia May 29, 2005. Tens of thousands...
La Paz, Bolivia
An Andean man attends an Indian and peasants assembly in La Paz, Bolivia May 29, 2005. Tens of thous.....
An Andean man attends an Indian and peasants assembly in La Paz, Bolivia May 29, 2005. Tens of thousands of protesters remain camped out in La Paz calling for a new constitution and the nationalization of Bolivia's natural gas reserves, while provinces rich in natural resources demand more regional autonomy.
BOLIVIA
RTXNHNO
May 20, 2005
Bolivian peasants shout slogans during a march demanding the nationalization of gas resources, on the...
Tholar, Bolivia
Bolivian peasants shout slogans during a march demanding the nationalization of gas resources, on th.....
Bolivian peasants shout slogans during a march demanding the nationalization of gas resources, on the fourth day enroute to the country's capital in the highland village of Tholar, 50 km (32 miles) south of [La Paz], Bolivia May 20, 2005. Many groups are still disappointed with the new controversial law that imposes hefty taxes on foreign companies exploiting the country's vast natural gas reserves.
BOLIVIA
RTXNHNN
May 20, 2005
Bolivian Indians and peasants carrying thier multi-coloured Indian Flags named 'Wiphala' march on the...
Tholar, Bolivia
Bolivian Indians and peasants carrying thier multi-coloured Indian Flags named 'Wiphala' march on th.....
Bolivian Indians and peasants carrying thier multi-coloured Indian Flags named 'Wiphala' march on the fourth day enroute to the country's capital demanding the nationalization of gas resources in the highland village of Tholar, 50 km (32 miles) south of[La Paz], Bolivia May 20, 2005. Many groups are still disappointed with the new controversial law that imposes hefty taxes on foreign companies exploiting the country's vast natural gas reserves.
BOVE
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April 28, 2005
French radical farmers' union leader Jose Bove sits in front of a 'NO' banner indicating his position...
Maraussan, France
French radical farmers' union leader Jose Bove sits in front of a 'NO' banner indicating his positio.....
French radical farmers' union leader Jose Bove sits in front of a 'NO' banner indicating his position in the upcoming European Union constitution referendum vote during a news conference in Maraussan near Beziers, southeastern France, April 28, 2005.
ROMANIA
RTXNF7W
April 25, 2005
An elderly Romanian farmer carries her tools in Vidra village, near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The European...
Bucharest, Romania
An elderly Romanian farmer carries her tools in Vidra village, near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The E.....
An elderly Romanian farmer carries her tools in Vidra village, near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The European Union signs an accession treaty with Romania and Bulgaria on Monday, embarking on its second wave of enlargement into former communist Eastern Europe despite lingering misgivings. The two Balkan states will join the EU on January 1, 2007, provided they implement tough reforms to root out corruption, beef up border controls, strengthen judicial and administrative systems and upgrade rules on state aid to industry.]
ROMANIA
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April 25, 2005
Romanian farmer Nicolae Spanu, 68, ploughs his field near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The European Union...
Bucharest, Romania
Romanian farmer Nicolae Spanu, 68, ploughs his field near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The European Un.....
Romanian farmer Nicolae Spanu, 68, ploughs his field near Bucharest April 25, 2005. [The European Union signs an accession treaty with Romania and Bulgaria today, embarking on its second wave of enlargement into former communist Eastern Europe despite lingering misgivings. The two Balkan states will join the EU on January 1, 2007, provided they implement tough reforms to root out corruption, beef up border controls, strengthen judicial and administrative systems and upgrade rules on state aid to industry.]
FRANCE
RTXNC2F
March 24, 2005
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP party leader Nicolas...
Le Mans, France
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP party leader Nico.....
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP party leader Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and Socialist Party (PS) head Francois Hollande (R), as [UDF centrist party president Francois Bayrou] (not seen) speaks to members who attend the annual congress in Le Mans, March 24, 2005.
FRANCE
RTXNC2E
March 24, 2005
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP political party head...
Le Mans, France
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP political party h.....
French farmer's Union (FNSEA) President Jean Michel Lemetayer (C) sits between UMP political party head Nicolas Sarkozy (L) and Socialist Party (PS) leader Francois Hollande (R) during speeches at the annual farmer's congress in Le Mans, March 24, 2005.
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