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MOROCCO/
RTR26JA0
August 09, 2009
A man tests hashish resin at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A man tests hashish resin at a farmer's house in the Rif region
A man tests hashish resin at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J9Z
August 09, 2009
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resin in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009....
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resin in the Rif region
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resin in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J9X
August 09, 2009
A man uses a plate to take marijuana plant at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A man uses a plate to take marijuana plant at a farmer's house in the Rif region
A man uses a plate to take marijuana plant at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J9W
August 09, 2009
Hashish resin is stored inside a plastic bag at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
Hashish resin is stored inside a plastic bag at a farmer's house in the Rif region
Hashish resin is stored inside a plastic bag at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J9U
August 09, 2009
Bundles of marijuana plant are dried at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8,...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
Bundles of marijuana plant are dried at a farmer's house in the Rif region
Bundles of marijuana plant are dried at a farmer's house in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J9R
August 09, 2009
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resins in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resins in the Rif region
A farmer beats marijuana plants to get hashish resins in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO SOCIETY)
MOROCCO/
RTR26J6Y
August 08, 2009
A cat goes up stairs at a marijuana farmer's house in Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A cat goes up stairs at a marijuana farmer's house in Rif region
A cat goes up stairs at a marijuana farmer's house in Rif region, near Chefchaouen August 8, 2009.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO ANIMALS)
MOROCCO/
RTR20XM4
August 11, 2008
A farmer tests hashish resin in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen, August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A farmer tests hashish resin in the Rif region
A farmer tests hashish resin in the Rif region, near Chefchaouen, August 11, 2008. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
CRIME/CANNABIS
RTR1Z3JX
April 04, 2008
A dealer tests hashish resin near Chefchaouen March 27, 2008.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
Chefchaouen, Morocco
A dealer tests hashish resin near Chefchaouen
A dealer tests hashish resin near Chefchaouen March 27, 2008.
REUTERS/Rafael Marchante(MOROCCO)
NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
RTR1M2J7
February 07, 2007
A man piles up olives in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco in this photo...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
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A man piles up olives in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco in this photo taken February 2007. The world's growing taste for olive oil is pouring new life into parts of rural North Africa, where the golden liquid has been a staple since ancient times. However, drought, archaic production methods and poor marketing are a challenge for local producers facing growing competition as more countries slip into the olive oil market. Tunisia and Morocco lack the big energy reserves of their OPEC-member neighbours Algeria and Libya and their dry, hot climates make olive oil a promising alternative export. To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/ REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
RTR1M2J3
February 07, 2007
A woman works in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco in this photo taken...
Chefchaouen, Morocco
To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
A woman works in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco in this photo taken February 2007. The world's growing taste for olive oil is pouring new life into parts of rural North Africa, where the golden liquid has been a staple since ancient times. However, drought, archaic production methods and poor marketing are a challenge for local producers facing growing competition as more countries slip into the olive oil market. Tunisia and Morocco lack the big energy reserves of their OPEC-member neighbours Algeria and Libya and their dry, hot climates make olive oil a promising alternative export. To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/ REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
RTR1M2IZ
February 07, 2007
A man works in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco photo taken February 2007....
Chefchaouen, Morocco
To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
A man works in a traditional olive-oil mill near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco photo taken February 2007. The world's growing taste for olive oil is pouring new life into parts of rural North Africa, where the golden liquid has been a staple since ancient times. However, drought, archaic production methods and poor marketing are a challenge for local producers facing growing competition as more countries slip into the olive oil market. Tunisia and Morocco lack the big energy reserves of their OPEC-member neighbours Algeria and Libya and their dry, hot climates make olive oil a promising alternative export. To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/ REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
RTR1M2IU
February 07, 2007
A man works in a traditional oil press near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco photo taken February 2007....
Chefchaouen, Morocco
To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/
A man works in a traditional oil press near Chefchaouen, Northern Morocco photo taken February 2007. The world's growing taste for olive oil is pouring new life into parts of rural North Africa, where the golden liquid has been a staple since ancient times. However, drought, archaic production methods and poor marketing are a challenge for local producers facing growing competition as more countries slip into the olive oil market. Tunisia and Morocco lack the big energy reserves of their OPEC-member neighbours Algeria and Libya and their dry, hot climates make olive oil a promising alternative export. To match feature NORTHAFRICA-OLIVEOIL/ REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (MOROCCO)
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