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ISRAEL-AGRICULTURE/
RTX7CROP
April 14, 2020
A woman picks buttercup flowers in a field near Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak in southern Israel, just outside...
KIBBUTZ NIR YITZHAK, Israel
A woman picks buttercup flowers in a field near Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak in southern Israel, just outside...
A woman picks buttercup flowers in a field near Kibbutz Nir Yitzhak in southern Israel, just outside the Gaza Strip April 14, 2020. REUTERS/Amir Cohen TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ARGENTINA-INFLATION/
RTX6S4V8
April 17, 2019
A vegetable seller grabs a handful of indian beans at a street market, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A vegetable seller grabs a handful of indian beans at a street market, in Buenos Aires
A vegetable seller grabs a handful of indian beans at a street market, in Buenos Aires, Argentina April 17, 2019. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian
SPAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS25B7E
November 09, 2018
An environmental agent shows pine cones of Spanish firs (Abies pinsapo) after picking up them on top...
RONDA, Spain
An environmental agent shows pine cones of Spanish firs after picking up them on top of them to collect...
An environmental agent shows pine cones of Spanish firs (Abies pinsapo) after picking up them on top of them to collect their seeds for reforestations in new areas of Andalusia, at the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and biosphere reserve, which is in the last step of a long process to be declared as National Park and is the largest population of Spanish firs in Europe, in Ronda, southern Spain, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
SPAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS25B6F
November 09, 2018
An environmental agent shows his gloves stained with resin after picking up pine cones of Spanish firs...
RONDA, Spain
An environmental agent shows his gloves stained with resin after picking up pine cones of Spanish firs...
An environmental agent shows his gloves stained with resin after picking up pine cones of Spanish firs (Abies pinsapo) on top of them to collect their seeds for reforestations in new areas of Andalusia, at the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and biosphere reserve, which is in the last step of a long process to be declared as National Park and is the largest population of Spanish firs in Europe, in Ronda, southern Spain, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
SPAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS25B6E
November 09, 2018
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) after picking it up on top...
RONDA, Spain
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir after picking it up on top of it to collect...
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) after picking it up on top of it to collect its seeds for reforestations in new areas of Andalusia, at the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and biosphere reserve, which is in the last step of a long process to be declared as National Park and is the largest population of Spanish firs in Europe, in Ronda, southern Spain, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
SPAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS25B5X
November 09, 2018
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) after picking up it on top...
RONDA, Spain
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir after picking up it on top of it to collect...
An environmental agent shows a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) after picking up it on top of it to collect its seeds for reforestations in new areas of Andalusia, at the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and biosphere reserve, which is in the last step of a long process to be declared as National Park and is the largest population of Spanish firs in Europe, in Ronda, southern Spain, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
SPAIN-ENVIRONMENT/
RTS25B5R
November 09, 2018
The seeds of a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) are seen after they were collected for reforestations...
RONDA, Spain
The seeds of a pine cone of a Spanish fir are seen after they were collected for reforestations in new...
The seeds of a pine cone of a Spanish fir (Abies pinsapo) are seen after they were collected for reforestations in new areas of Andalusia, at the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and biosphere reserve, which is in the last step of a long process to be declared as National Park and is the largest population of Spanish firs in Europe, in Ronda, southern Spain, November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca
GLOBAL-FISH/
RTS24E5O
November 03, 2018
A woman sells fishes at a seafood market in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam November 3, 2018. REUTERS/Kham
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
A woman sells fishes at a seafood market in Ha Long Bay
A woman sells fishes at a seafood market in Ha Long Bay, Vietnam November 3, 2018. REUTERS/Kham
GLOBAL-AGRICULTURE/
RTX5Z0DZ
April 26, 2018
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018....
Carlsbad, UNITED STATES
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
GLOBAL-AGRICULTURE/
RTX5Z0DS
April 26, 2018
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018....
Carlsbad, UNITED STATES
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
GLOBAL-AGRICULTURE/
RTX5Z0CY
April 26, 2018
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018....
Carlsbad, UNITED STATES
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California
A worker picks ranunculus flowers at the Flower Fields in Carlsbad, California, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTX5GHVR
April 04, 2018
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt April...
BEHEIRA, Egypt
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-AGRICULTURE/
RTX5GHP4
April 04, 2018
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt April...
BEHEIRA, Egypt
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate, north of Cairo
A farmer harvests his strawberry crop in a field in the Beheira Governorate, north of Cairo, Egypt April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTX2YJ4S
January 11, 2017
A consumer shops for limes at a market in Sao Paulo, Brazil January 11, 2017. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A consumer shops for limes at a market in Sao Paulo
A consumer shops for limes at a market in Sao Paulo, Brazil January 11, 2017. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
CUBA/
RTR3ES5W
March 09, 2013
A worker sorts cigars at the H. Upmann factory in Havana on March 1, 2013. Sales of Cuban cigars increased...
Havana, Cuba
A worker sorts cigars at the H. Upmann factory in Havana
A worker sorts cigars at the H. Upmann factory in Havana on March 1, 2013. Sales of Cuban cigars increased by $15 million dollars last year, hitting a total of $416 million, according to Cuba's state-run tobacco company, Habanos SA. That figure doesn't include any sales in the world's largest cigar market, the U.S., where it is still illegal to sell Cuban cigars. Picture taken March 1, 2013. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CUBA/
RTR37SMR
September 10, 2012
A woman sorts cigars at the Cohiba cigar factory 'El Laguito' in Havana September 10, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond...
Havana, Cuba
A woman sorts cigars at the Cohiba cigar factory 'El Laguito' in Havana
A woman sorts cigars at the Cohiba cigar factory 'El Laguito' in Havana September 10, 2012. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan (CUBA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
SHANGHAI-GOLD/
RTR2Q7XM
August 23, 2011
An employee arranges gold jewellery at the counter of a gold shop in Hefei, Anhui province August 23,...
Hefei, China
An employee arranges gold jewellery at the counter of a gold shop in Hefei
An employee arranges gold jewellery at the counter of a gold shop in Hefei, Anhui province August 23, 2011. The Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) said on Tuesday that it will raise trading margins on three gold spot-deferred contracts to 12 percent from 11 percent from August 26 to limit trading risks following recent wild price swings. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS COMMODITIES
RTR2PQ2T
August 08, 2011
A Nepalese jewellery store keeper arranges gold jewellery in Kathmandu August 8, 2011. Gold hit an all-time...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A Nepalese jewelry store keeper arranges gold jewelry in Kathmandu
A Nepalese jewellery store keeper arranges gold jewellery in Kathmandu August 8, 2011. Gold hit an all-time high on August 8, 2011 and investors sold off other commodities from oil to grains, fleeing from riskier assets after the U.S. loss of its prized AAA credit rating stoked fears about economic growth. Gold broke through the $1,700 per ounce mark for the first time, extending its bull run as a safe haven asset amid worries for global growth after agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) cut its rating for U.S. debt late on Friday (August 5, 2011). REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: BUSINESS)
MARKETS COMMODITIES
RTR2PQ2R
August 08, 2011
A Nepalese jewelry store keeper arranges gold jewelry in Kathmandu August 8, 2011. Gold hit an all-time...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A Nepalese jewelry store keeper arranges gold jewelry in Kathmandu
A Nepalese jewelry store keeper arranges gold jewelry in Kathmandu August 8, 2011. Gold hit an all-time high on August 8, 2011 and investors sold off other commodities from oil to grains, fleeing from riskier assets after the U.S. loss of its prized AAA credit rating stoked fears about economic growth. Gold broke through the $1,700 per ounce mark for the first time, extending its bull run as a safe haven asset amid worries for global growth after agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) cut its rating for U.S. debt late on Friday (August 5, 2011). REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
QUAKE-JAPAN/
RTR2KUCM
April 05, 2011
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan April 5, 2011....
Fukushima, Japan
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan
A woman packs shiitake mushrooms at the Anzai family farm near Fukushima, northern Japan April 5, 2011. The Anzai family grows their mushrooms indoors, as a way to reduce the contact with high levels of airborne radiation produced by the Fukushima nuclear plant 60 kilometres (37 miles) away. The operator of Japan's nuclear power plant that has been crippled after an earthquake and tsunami, started paying "condolence money" on Tuesday to victims of the worst nuclear crisis since Chernobyl while it kept pouring radioactive water into the sea. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER AGRICULTURE IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-RECYCLING/
RTXQD13
November 05, 2009
A worker picks up a plastic bottle at the Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation building before a news conference...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-RECYCLING/
A worker picks up a plastic bottle at the Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation building before a news conference in Taipei November 4, 2009. A plastic bottle thrown into a Taipei recycling bin could be reincarnated as a blanket to warm disaster victims in any of 20 countries, thanks to a unique project by the world's largest Buddhist charity. The Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation has been taking plastic bottles from the waste stream of Taipei, a city of 2.6 million, for three years to convert them into about 244,000 polyester blankets intended for disaster zones. Picture taken November 4, 2009. To match Reuters Life! TAIWAN-RECYCLING/ REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
CHINA/
RTR1ZSSH
April 23, 2008
A worker sorts artificially cultivated freshwater pearls at a pearl production factory in Zhuji, Zhejiang...
ZHUJI, China
A worker sorts artificially cultivated freshwater pearls at a pearl production factory in Zhuji
A worker sorts artificially cultivated freshwater pearls at a pearl production factory in Zhuji, Zhejiang province April 23, 2008. Zhuji aims to become an international production and distribution hub for artificially cultivated freshwater pearls. Zhuji began cultivating pearl clams from the 1970s, and it now supplies 70 percent of the overall Chinese market with pearl products, local media reported. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA)
PHILIPPINES-RICE/STOCKPILING
RTR1NDQA
March 12, 2007
A worker at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) prepares rice seedlings at the research...
Manila, Philippines
A worker at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) prepares rice seedlings at the research...
A worker at the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) prepares rice seedlings at the research centre in Los Banos, south of Manila, March 12, 2007. IRRI and the Global Crop Diversity Trust announced on Monday an agreement to secure the world's largest repository of rice, the staple food of about three billion people or around half the world's population. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (PHILIPPINES)
INDIA
RTR1MRMZ
February 24, 2007
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city...
Bangalore, India
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city...
A visitor checks coffee beans at the 'International Coffee Festival 2007' in the southern Indian city of Bangalore February 24, 2007. The three-day long coffee festival has around 100 delegates from fifteen countries. REUTERS/Jagadeesh Nv (INDIA)
TAIWAN/
RTR1MGY4
February 16, 2007
A customer reaches out for candy at the Dihua Street Market in Taipei February 16, 2007. Candies are...
Taipei, Taiwan
A customer reaches out for candy at the Dihua Street Market in Taipei
A customer reaches out for candy at the Dihua Street Market in Taipei February 16, 2007. Candies are often handed out to children as a treat for the Lunar New Year, which falls on February 18 this year. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN)
JAPAN/
RTR1MFJG
February 15, 2007
A shopper reaches out for a tray of fish at a market in Naha on Japan's southern island of Okinawa February...
Tokyo, Japan
A shopper reaches out for a tray of fish at a market in Naha on Japan's southern island of Okinawa
A shopper reaches out for a tray of fish at a market in Naha on Japan's southern island of Okinawa February 15, 2007. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN)
SINGAPORE
RTR1MAW7
February 12, 2007
A baker arranges pig-shaped buns in the kitchen of a confectionary store in Singapore February 12, 2007....
Singapore, multiple countries
A baker arranges pig-shaped buns in the kitchen of a confectionary store in Singapore
A baker arranges pig-shaped buns in the kitchen of a confectionary store in Singapore February 12, 2007. Chinese around the world are preparing to welcome the Lunar New Year of the Pig on February 18. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (SINGAPORE)
USA
RTR1LPHA
January 28, 2007
A participant grabs a fish during a food fight after the Idiotarod, an event that mimics the Iditarod,...
New York City, UNITED STATES
A participant grabs a fish during a food fight after the Idiotarod, an event that mimics the Iditarod,...
A participant grabs a fish during a food fight after the Idiotarod, an event that mimics the Iditarod, where competitors with shopping carts tear through the streets of Brooklyn, stopping at checkpoints along the way, eventually finishing in Queens, in New York, January 27, 2007. The Iditarod is an annual sled dog race in Alaska. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
VIETNAM APEC
RTR1JANJ
November 13, 2006
A woman sorts through oranges in Hanoi's vegetable market November 13, 2006. Vietnam is the host of this...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A woman sorts through oranges in Hanoi's vegetable market
A woman sorts through oranges in Hanoi's vegetable market November 13, 2006. Vietnam is the host of this year's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting, which goes till November 20. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (VIETNAM)
ECONOMY CHINA PROFITS
RTR1B5G4
February 17, 2006
A Chinese worker sorts scrap metal at recycling factory in Foshan, in Guangdong province in southern...
Foshan, China
Chinese worker sorts scrap metal at recycling factory in Foshan
A Chinese worker sorts scrap metal at recycling factory in Foshan, in Guangdong province in southern China February 17, 2006. Chinese firms are entering a phase of low profits as overcapacity and increasing costs of energy, social services and safety measures eat into margins, a government think-tank said on Friday. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
BANGLADESH
RTRC85B
May 14, 2005
Bangladeshi fish traders sort fish imported from Myanmar at a wholesale fish market in Dhaka May 14,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladeshi fish traders sort fish imported from Myanmar at a wholesale fish market in Dhaka.
Bangladeshi fish traders sort fish imported from Myanmar at a wholesale fish market in Dhaka May 14, 2005. Bangladesh imports about 40 tonnes of sweet water fish every day from the neighbouring Myanmar to meet the huge demand, according to fish traders. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman
MUBI
RTR8620
July 24, 2004
Congolese miners bag raw chunks of cassiterite, the base element of tin, which is at a 15-year high on...
Mubi, multiple countries
To go with feature-BC Congo-Minerals.
Congolese miners bag raw chunks of cassiterite, the base element of tin, which is at a 15-year high on world markets due to a global shortage. The sudden price increase has fuelled deadly power struggles in the bush, where gold and diamonds are also mined by peasants in rags who dig by hand using hammers About 10 flights transport some $50,000 worth of cassiterite daily or nearly $1 million monthly from the remote, mineral-rich forests of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Fighting continues in the vast central African state despite peace deals to end a five-year war that killed more than three million people, most from hunger and disease. Picture taken July 24, 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/TM/ACM
KASHMIR
RTREIU5
March 06, 2004
A Kashmiri vendor displays flower saplings on a roadside in Srinagar March 6, 2004. With the onset of...
Srinagar, Republic of India
A KASHMIRI VENDOR DISPLAYS FLOWER SAPLINGS ON A ROADSIDE IN SRINAGAR.
A Kashmiri vendor displays flower saplings on a roadside in Srinagar March 6, 2004. With the onset of spring the residents of Srinagar have started buying flower saplings for their gardens, and Kashmiri rose saplings especially which are famous for their fragrance. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Danish Ismail AH/SH
MINERALS PERU TAMBOGRANDE
RTR7TT2
November 05, 2003
Farmers choose limes as they packed them in the northern Peruvian town
of Tambogrande, Piura, November...
Tambogrande, Peru - Republic of
FOR RELEASE WITH STORY BC MINERALS PERU TAMBOGRANDE.
Farmers choose limes as they packed them in the northern Peruvian town
of Tambogrande, Piura, November 5, 2003. After months of protests and
problems, the question now is whether Manhattan Minerals Corp's planned
Tambogrande mine in the heart of a major mango and lime producing area
653 miles north of Lima is doomed. FOR RELEASE WITH STORY
BC-MINERALS-PERU-TAMBOGRANDE. PICTURE TAKEN November 5. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Mariana
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LEBANON ARAK
RTR62W3
September 26, 2003
TO MATCH FEATURE LEISURE LEBANON ARAK - A distiller chooses grapes used
in making Arak liquor in the...
Taanayel, Lebanon (Lebanese Republic)
DISTILLER CHOOSES GRAPES TO MAKE ARAK LIQUOR IN LEBANON.
TO MATCH FEATURE LEISURE LEBANON ARAK - A distiller chooses grapes used
in making Arak liquor in the Bekaa Valley town of Taanayel in this
picture taken September 26, 2003. They say the only way to tell a good
arak from a bad one is by how your head feels the next morning.NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE.
REUTERS/Jamal Saidi
CLH/JV
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