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BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMO4
February 12, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, in the state of Para, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMBU
February 12, 2018
Antonio Luis, 44, member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group takes...
CURUCA, Brazil
Antonio Luis, 44, member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group takes...
Antonio Luis, 44, member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group takes a selfie of the protest message he wrote on his body, that reads, "What do you want for your country?", during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMBT
February 12, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group holds a sign during...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group holds a sign during...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group holds a sign during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. The sign reads, "The biggest mess is in Brasilia. Lava Jato (Car Wash) investigation on them." REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMAZ
February 12, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMAL
February 12, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMAC
February 12, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMA5
February 12, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VMA4
February 12, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9Z
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9Y
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, in the State of Para, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9U
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9P
February 11, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9M
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9J
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM9H
February 11, 2018
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival...
Members of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group perform during carnival festivities in Curuca, in the state of Para, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
BRAZIL-CARNIVAL/
RTX4VM97
February 11, 2018
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
CURUCA, Brazil
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival...
A member of the "Bloco Pretinhos do Mangue" (Block of Blackheads from Mud) group performs during carnival festivities in Curuca, in the state of Para, Brazil February 11, 2018. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSUE
November 25, 2015
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben (2nd L) hold hands as they are wedded by priest...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben (2nd L) hold hands as they are wedded by priest Dorenia Babel (C) in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti relgion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSU8
November 25, 2015
The children of Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben have their hands washed during...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
The children of Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben have their hands washed during their parents' wedding ceremony in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSU7
November 25, 2015
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben (2nd L) hold hands as they are wedded by priest...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben (2nd L) hold hands as they are wedded by priest Dorenia Babel (C) in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti relgion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSU2
November 25, 2015
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben kiss during their wedding ceremony in the second...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben kiss during their wedding ceremony in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSU1
November 25, 2015
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben hold hands during their wedding ceremony in the...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong (L) and Elisabeth Cobben hold hands during their wedding ceremony in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSU0
November 25, 2015
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben share coconut milk from a gourd during their wedding...
PARA, Suriname
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben are wedded under the African-American Winti religion...
Dutch migrants Reggio de Jong and Elisabeth Cobben share coconut milk from a gourd during their wedding ceremony in the second public marriage ever held under the African-American Winti religion in district Para, Suriname, November 18, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is only the second ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 18, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSZ
November 25, 2015
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (2nd L) looks on as as his bride Melissa Karwafodi (2nd R) hands...
PARA, Suriname
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack looks on as as his bride Melissa Karwafodi hands a gourd to a Maroon...
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (2nd L) looks on as as his bride Melissa Karwafodi (2nd R) hands a gourd to a Maroon priest (L) as they are wedded in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti relgion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSY
November 25, 2015
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are wedded by a Maroon...
PARA, Suriname
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are married in the first Winti...
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are wedded by a Maroon priest (2nd L) in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSX
November 25, 2015
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are wedded by a Maroon...
PARA, Suriname
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are wedded in the first Winti marriage...
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi are wedded by a Maroon priest (2nd L) in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSU
November 25, 2015
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi stand under a ceremonial...
PARA, Suriname
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack and his bride Melissa Karwafodi stand under a ceremonial cloth...
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (center R) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi stand under a ceremonial cloth as they are wedded in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, as a Maroon priest (R) presides in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSS
November 25, 2015
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (L) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi toast after being wedded in...
PARA, Suriname
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack and his bride Melissa Karwafodi toast after being wedded in district...
Winti spiritual leader Ramon Mac-Nack (L) and his bride Melissa Karwafodi toast after being wedded in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti religion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
SURINAME-RELIGION/
RTX1VSSR
November 25, 2015
Surinamese bride Melissa Karwafodi throws a traditional cloth to her female guests after she was wedded...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese bride Melissa Karwafodi throws a traditional cloth to her guests after she was wedded in the...
Surinamese bride Melissa Karwafodi throws a traditional cloth to her female guests after she was wedded in the first Winti marriage ever to be held in public, in district Para, Suriname, November 16, 2015. The Winti relgion, which formed centuries ago out of elements of different religious traditions that African slaves brought with them to Suriname, was considered a form idolatry and prohibited by law since the days of slavery until it was finally officially recognized in 1971. Marriages under Winti tradition have only been permitted by law since 2011, but this is the first ever in public according to Winti wedding counselor Kortencia Sumter-Griffith. Picture taken November 16, 2015. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WPO
September 11, 2014
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as...
Belem, Brazil
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music in Belem
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WPM
September 11, 2014
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as...
Belem, Brazil
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music in Belem
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WPK
September 11, 2014
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part...
Belem, Brazil
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance in Belem
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WPH
September 11, 2014
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as...
Belem, Brazil
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music in Belem
Musicians perform Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WP4
September 11, 2014
A musician performs Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo...
Belem, Brazil
A musician performs Carimbo dance music in Belem
A musician performs Carimbo dance music during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WP2
September 11, 2014
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part...
Belem, Brazil
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance in Belem
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR45WOK
September 11, 2014
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part...
Belem, Brazil
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance in Belem
Dancers perform a Carimbo dance during a festival to celebrate the designation of the Carimbo as part of Brazil's cultural heritage, in Belem, capital of the northeastern state of Para, September 11, 2014. Brazil's National Institute for Historic and Artistic Patrimony (IPHAN) approved on Thursday the inclusion of the Carimbo dance and music, which originated in Para state during the times when Brazil was a Portuguese colony, in their registry as a national cultural heritage, according to a release from IPHAN. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN99
March 18, 2014
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked...
MOJU, Brazil
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked...
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked to a port for export overseas, in Moju, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, November 7, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN8V
March 18, 2014
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked...
MOJU, Brazil
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked...
Cattle stand in pens where they arrived from different ranches in the Amazon basin before being trucked to a port for export overseas, in Moju, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, November 7, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN8Q
March 18, 2014
A worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in...
A worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN8C
March 18, 2014
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN88
March 18, 2014
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena...
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN86
March 18, 2014
A worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export,...
A worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 18, 2014
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors.
Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 18, 2014
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors.
Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 18, 2014
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 18, 2014
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 7, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
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March 18, 2014
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT MARITIME)
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February 05, 2012
Suriname's President Desi Bouterse (front 2nd L) is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of...
PARA, Suriname
Suriname's President Bouterse is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of Arawak Jubitana as...
Suriname's President Desi Bouterse (front 2nd L) is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of Arawak Theo Jubitana as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana, watches a warrior dance during the ceremony of his inauguration as...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, watches a warrior dance during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana, watches a warrior dance during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY)
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February 05, 2012
Suriname's President Desi Bouterse (C) is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of Arawak Theo...
PARA, Suriname
Suriname's President Bouterse is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of Arawak Jubitana as...
Suriname's President Desi Bouterse (C) is honored as he attends the inauguration ceremony of Arawak Theo Jubitana as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (R), smokes during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain,...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, smokes during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain at Hollandse...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (R), smokes during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SURINAME/
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), has water poured over his head during the ceremony of his inauguration...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, has water poured over his head during the ceremony of his inauguration as...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), has water poured over his head during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY)
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (R), drinks during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain,...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, drinks during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain at Hollandse...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (R), drinks during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), has a headdress put on him during the ceremony of his inauguration...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, has a headdress put on him during the ceremony of his inauguration as the...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), has a headdress put on him during the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SURINAME/
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), participates in the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain,...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak, Jubitana, participates in the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain at Hollandse...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (C), participates in the ceremony of his inauguration as the new captain, the head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
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February 05, 2012
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (3rd L), participates in his inauguration ceremony as the new captain...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Arawak Jubitana participates in his inauguration ceremony as the new captain and head of his...
Surinamese Arawak, Theo Jubitana (3rd L), participates in his inauguration ceremony as the new captain and head of his village, at Hollandse Kamp village in Para February 4, 2012. After 21 years, the Awaraks of Hollandse Kamp elected a new board, with Jubitana as the leader, that calls upon villagers to continue the fight for the ownership of their land. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
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October 07, 2011
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname River, after they witnessed the lowering of a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the same river to celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
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October 07, 2011
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
Surinamese Hindu devotees bathe themselves in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname River, after they witnessed the lowering of a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the same river to celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
RTR2SBMV
October 07, 2011
Surinamese Hindu devotees lower a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the Suriname River as they...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Hindu devotees lower a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the Suriname River in Para
Surinamese Hindu devotees lower a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the Suriname River as they celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
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October 07, 2011
Surinamese Hindu devotees transport a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti to be lowered into the Suriname...
PARA, Suriname
Surinamese Hindu devotees transport a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti as they celebrate the end of...
Surinamese Hindu devotees transport a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti to be lowered into the Suriname River as they celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SURINAME/
RTR2SBMI
October 07, 2011
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
PARA, Suriname
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname...
A Surinamese Hindu devotee bathes her grandson in what is considered to be the holy water of the Suriname River, as they witnessed the lowering of a statue of the Goddess Durga Shakti into the same river to celebrate the end of the Navratri festival of nine nights, in Para October 6, 2011. The statue was specially made for this Navratri, observed twice a year, when the Hindu goddesses Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswati are each worshipped for three days. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
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