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CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38G1R
September 26, 2012
Tomas Sova stands with his family at his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague...
Budisov nad Budisovkou, Czech Republic
Tomas Sova stands with his family at his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou
Tomas Sova stands with his family at his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September 25, 2012. The father of two was taken to the hospital after drinking vodka while celebrating his 34th birthday, suffering damage to his sight. He spent a week in hospital, four days on dialysis and administered clean alcohol intravenously and via shots to act as an antidote to the methyl alcohol he consumed. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. The government last week extended a ban on the sale of spirits in bars and shops to include stopping all liquor exports, hitting drinks companies' sales and reputations in its European Union markets. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38G1O
September 26, 2012
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September...
Budisov nad Budisovkou, Czech Republic
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September 25, 2012. The father of two was taken to the hospital after drinking vodka while celebrating his 34th birthday, suffering damage to his sight. He spent a week in hospital, four days on dialysis and administered clean alcohol intravenously and via shots to act as an antidote to the methyl alcohol he consumed. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. The government last week extended a ban on the sale of spirits in bars and shops to include stopping all liquor exports, hitting drinks companies' sales and reputations in its European Union markets. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38G1L
September 26, 2012
Tomas Sova lifts a curtain in his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September...
Budisov nad Budisovkou, Czech Republic
Tomas Sova lifts a curtain in his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou
Tomas Sova lifts a curtain in his home in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September 25, 2012. The father of two was taken to the hospital after drinking vodka while celebrating his 34th birthday, suffering damage to his sight. He spent a week in hospital, four days on dialysis and administered clean alcohol intravenously and via shots to act as an antidote to the methyl alcohol he consumed. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. The government last week extended a ban on the sale of spirits in bars and shops to include stopping all liquor exports, hitting drinks companies' sales and reputations in its European Union markets. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38G1I
September 26, 2012
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September...
Budisov nad Budisovkou, Czech Republic
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou
Tomas Sova sits in his garden in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September 25, 2012. The father of two was taken to the hospital after drinking vodka while celebrating his 34th birthday, suffering damage to his sight. He spent a week in hospital, four days on dialysis and administered clean alcohol intravenously and via shots to act as an antidote to the methyl alcohol he consumed. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. The government last week extended a ban on the sale of spirits in bars and shops to include stopping all liquor exports, hitting drinks companies' sales and reputations in its European Union markets. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38G0X
September 26, 2012
Tomas Sova sits in his courtyard in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September...
Budisov nad Budisovkou, Czech Republic
Tomas Sova sits in his courtyard in Budisov nad Budisovkou
Tomas Sova sits in his courtyard in Budisov nad Budisovkou, 350 km (217 miles) east of Prague September 25, 2012. The father of two was taken to the hospital after drinking vodka while celebrating his 34th birthday, suffering damage to his sight. He spent a week in hospital, four days on dialysis and administered clean alcohol intravenously and via shots to act as an antidote to the methyl alcohol he consumed. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. The government last week extended a ban on the sale of spirits in bars and shops to include stopping all liquor exports, hitting drinks companies' sales and reputations in its European Union markets. Picture taken September 25, 2012. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH SOCIETY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38D0A
September 24, 2012
Czech Republic's police President Martin Cervicek answers questions during a news conference in Prague...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech police President Cervicek answers questions during a news conference in Prague
Czech Republic's police President Martin Cervicek answers questions during a news conference in Prague September 24, 2012. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38D06
September 24, 2012
Czech Republic's police President Martin Cervicek (2nd L) answers questions during a news conference...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech police President Cervicek answers questions during a news conference in Prague
Czech Republic's police President Martin Cervicek (2nd L) answers questions during a news conference in Prague September 24, 2012. Czech police have arrested two men suspected of distributing bootleg alcohol containing methanol that has killed 25 people this month and put dozens in hospital, some suffering blindness. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUU
September 24, 2012
A resident hands over samples from his bottles of alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A resident hands over samples from his bottles of alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia...
A resident hands over samples from his bottles of alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUP
September 24, 2012
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol in Plzen September 24, 2012....
Plzen, Czech Republic
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol in Plzen
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUN
September 24, 2012
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to the staff of the University of West Bohemia,...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to staff of the University of West Bohemia,...
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to the staff of the University of West Bohemia, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUL
September 24, 2012
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol, in Plzen September 24, 2012....
Plzen, Czech Republic
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol, in Plzen
Residents arrive at the University of West Bohemia with bottles of alcohol, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CUG
September 24, 2012
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Plzen, Czech Republic
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of methanol, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CU9
September 24, 2012
Staff from the University of West Bohemia collect samples from bottles of alcohol to test for methanol,...
Plzen, Czech Republic
Staff from the University of West Bohemia collect samples from bottles of alcohol to test for methanol,...
Staff from the University of West Bohemia collect samples from bottles of alcohol to test for methanol, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW EDUCATION HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CU1
September 24, 2012
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Plzen, Czech Republic
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of...
Lucie Kullova from the University of West Bohemia checks samples of alcohol for a possible presence of methanol, in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH POLITICS EDUCATION)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38CTW
September 24, 2012
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia...
Plzen, Czech Republic
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia...
A resident hands over samples from bottles of his alcohol to staff from the University of West Bohemia in Plzen September 24, 2012. The university has offered to check alcohol samples from the public for the presence of methanol for free after the Czech government imposed an immediate ban on all exports of hard liquor on Thursday following the deaths of 23 people from methyl alcohol poisoning, Prime Minister Petr Necas said. The Czech Republic banned all hard liquor sales in shops and pubs last Friday after the poisonings, believed to be caused by bootleg alcohol. Police have charged 30 people with crimes related to bootleg booze after a series of raids in the past days, but have not yet found the origin of the deadly spirits. According to the Czech police, they have also arrested two main suspects on charges of mixing and selling alcohol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW HEALTH POLITICS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR385MD
September 19, 2012
A worker monitors the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor in Karlovy...
Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic
A worker monitors the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor in Karlovy...
A worker monitors the production line at Jan Becher, the traditional maker of Becherovka liquor in Karlovy Vary, September 19, 2012, as the company prepares for a two-day shut down. The Czech government took the unprecedented step last Friday of banning all sales of liquor in shops and pubs - a dramatic measure in one of the world's heaviest-drinking countries - after dozens of people drank bootleg spirits laced with deadly methanol. Liquor makers and importers have complained they are losing millions of dollars per day on the ban, which they say will become counter-productive in the longer run as it will boost the illegal market. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR3803N
September 15, 2012
Czech policeman speaks to a waiter during a control of a ban selling hard alcohol in central Prague September...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech policeman speaks to a waiter during a control of a ban selling hard alcohol in central Prague
Czech policeman speaks to a waiter during a control of a ban selling hard alcohol in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned statewide the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR3803M
September 15, 2012
A waiter carries away a box with spirits as Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September...
Prague, Czech Republic
A waiter carries away a box with spirits as Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague
A waiter carries away a box with spirits as Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned statewide the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR3803I
September 15, 2012
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned statewide the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. Front pages of Czech papers read "Prohibition". REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH MEDIA BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR3803F
September 15, 2012
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned statewide the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38039
September 15, 2012
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague
Czech policemen control an Irish Pub in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the statewide sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38038
September 15, 2012
A vendor walks alongside covered shelves containing bottles of hard liquor in Prague September 15, 2012....
Prague, Czech Republic
A vendor walks alongside covered shelves containing bottles of hard liquor in Prague
A vendor walks alongside covered shelves containing bottles of hard liquor in Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the statewide sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR38034
September 15, 2012
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday...
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague
Czech policemen control a bar in central Prague September 15, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the statewide sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS)
CZECH/
RTR37ZE7
September 14, 2012
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech...
Prague, Czech Republic
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH/
RTR37ZE5
September 14, 2012
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech...
Prague, Czech Republic
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague
A bartender covers bottles of hard liquor with towels in a bar in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-ALCOHOL/
RTR37Z9P
September 14, 2012
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health...
Prague, Czech Republic
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-ALCOHOL/
RTR37Z9L
September 14, 2012
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health...
Prague, Czech Republic
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague
A shop owner removes bottles of hard liquor from a shelf in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-ALCOHOL/
RTR37Z8M
September 14, 2012
Workers puts tape to close an aisle with hard liquor in a supermarket in Prague September 14, 2012. The...
Prague, Czech Republic
Workers puts tape to close an aisle with hard liquor in a supermarket in Prague
Workers puts tape to close an aisle with hard liquor in a supermarket in Prague September 14, 2012. The Czech Health Ministry on Friday indefinitely banned the sale of drinks containing more than 20 percent alcohol after 19 people died from drinking bootleg spirits containing poisonous methanol, the CTK news agency reported. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CZECH-BOOTLEG
RTR37X2Q
September 13, 2012
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The...
Prague, Czech Republic
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The Czech government indefinitely banned all hard liquor sales by street vendors, which have licences to sell hard liquor, on Wednesday after a sixteenth person died from drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol in the country's worst case of alcohol-related deaths in decades. The sign reads: "We do not sell alcohol". REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG
RTR37X2I
September 13, 2012
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The...
Prague, Czech Republic
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague
A man eats a sandwich and drinks beer in front of a non-stop booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The Czech government indefinitely banned all hard liquor sales by street vendors, which have licences to sell hard liquor, on Wednesday after a sixteenth person died from drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol in the country's worst case of alcohol-related deaths in decades. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-BOOTLEG
RTR37X2D
September 13, 2012
A street vendor puts bottles of authentic hard liquor into a paper box at his booth in Prague September...
Prague, Czech Republic
A street vendor puts bottles of authentic hard liquor into a paper box at his booth in Prague
A street vendor puts bottles of authentic hard liquor into a paper box at his booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The Czech government indefinitely banned all hard liquor sales by street vendors, which have licences to sell hard liquor, on Wednesday after a sixteenth person died from drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol in the country's worst case of alcohol-related deaths in decades. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR37X2A
September 13, 2012
A street vendor takes away bottles of authentic hard liquor from his booth in Prague September 13, 2012....
Prague, Czech Republic
A street vendor takes away bottles of authentic hard liquor from his booth in Prague
A street vendor takes away bottles of authentic hard liquor from his booth in Prague September 13, 2012. The Czech government indefinitely banned all hard liquor sales by street vendors, which have licences to sell hard liquor, on Wednesday after a sixteenth person died from drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol in the country's worst case of alcohol-related deaths in decades. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH BUSINESS)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR37W0U
September 12, 2012
A man drinks a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the...
Prague, Czech Republic
A man drinks a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague
A man drinks a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the Czech Republic and at least 20 are in hospital after drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol, police said on Wednesday, in the worst case of fatal alcohol poisoning in the country in at least 30 years.
REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-MOONSHINE/
RTR37W0R
September 12, 2012
A man holds a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the...
Prague, Czech Republic
A man holds a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague
A man holds a shot of liquor at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the Czech Republic and at least 20 are in hospital after drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol, police said on Wednesday, in the worst case of fatal alcohol poisoning in the country in at least 30 years.
REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-MOONSHINE/
RTR37W0H
September 12, 2012
Two shots of liquor are seen at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the...
Prague, Czech Republic
Shots of liquor are seen at a bar in Prague
Two shots of liquor are seen at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the Czech Republic and at least 20 are in hospital after drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol, police said on Wednesday, in the worst case of fatal alcohol poisoning in the country in at least 30 years.
REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
CZECH-BOOTLEG/
RTR37W08
September 12, 2012
A bartender serves alcohol at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the Czech...
Prague, Czech Republic
A bartender serves alcohol at a bar in Prague
A bartender serves alcohol at a bar in Prague September 12, 2012. Fourteen people have died in the Czech Republic and at least 20 are in hospital after drinking bootleg vodka and rum containing methanol, police said on Wednesday, in the worst case of fatal alcohol poisoning in the country in at least 30 years. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
KENYA POISONING
RTRFJTV
June 26, 2005
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in outskirts of Nairobi.
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June 26, 2005. The death-toll in Kenya from an illegal batch of alcohol laced with methanol to boost its strength reached 42 on Sunday, authorities said. Illicit drinking dens selling strong homemade brews are common across the East African nation of 32 million people, with sporadic outbreaks of poisoning. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TM/SA
KENYA POISONING
RTRFJSE
June 26, 2005
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in outskirts of Nairobi.
Kenyans consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June 26, 2005. The death-toll in Kenya from an illegal batch of alcohol laced with methanol to boost its strength reached 42 on Sunday, authorities said. Illicit drinking dens selling strong homemade brews are common across the East African nation of 32 million people, with sporadic outbreaks of poisoning. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TM/SA
NAIROBI
RTRFJRZ
June 26, 2005
A Kenyan man mixes a locally brewed drink during its fermentation period in the Kawangware area, on the...
Nairobi, Kenya
A Kenyan man mixes a locally brewed drink in outskirts of Nairobi.
A Kenyan man mixes a locally brewed drink during its fermentation period in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June 26, 2005. The death-toll in Kenya from an illegal batch of alcohol laced with methanol to boost its strength reached 42 on Sunday, authorities said. Illicit drinking dens selling strong homemade brews are common across the East African nation of 32 million people, with sporadic outbreaks of poisoning. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TM/SA
KENYA POISONING
RTRFJRS
June 26, 2005
Kenyans use siphons to consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi,...
Nairobi, Kenya
Kenyans use siphons to consume locally brewed drink in outskirts of Nairobi.
Kenyans use siphons to consume a locally brewed drink in the Kawangware area, on the outskirts of Nairobi, Kenya, June 26, 2005. The death-toll in Kenya from an illegal batch of alcohol laced with methanol to boost its strength reached 42 on Sunday, authorities said. Illicit drinking dens selling strong homemade brews are common across the East African nation of 32 million people, with sporadic outbreaks of poisoning. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TM/SA
SALVADOR INTOXICATION
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October 11, 2000
Relatives prepare to bury the remains of a victim of alcohol poisoning in the General Cemetery in Ilobasco,...
San Salvador, El Salvador
SALVADORANS BURY VICTIM OF ALCOHOL POISONING.
Relatives prepare to bury the remains of a victim of alcohol poisoning in the General Cemetery in Ilobasco, 54 kms northeast of San Salvador, October 11, 2000. Salvadoran President Francisco Flores is implementing temporary restrictions on alcoholic drinks after more than 100 persons died from alcohol contaminated with methanol.

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SALVADOR INTOXICATION
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October 11, 2000
A nurse in San Salvador's Ilobasco public hospital gives an antidote to 16 year old Carlos Antonio Molina...
San Salvador, El Salvador
SALVADORAN BOY SUFFERING FROM ALCOHOL POISONING IS TREATED AT HOSPITAL.
A nurse in San Salvador's Ilobasco public hospital gives an antidote to 16 year old Carlos Antonio Molina to combat the symptoms of methanol alcohol poisoning, October 11, 2000. President Francisco Flores is implementing temporary restrictions on alcoholic drinks after more than 100 persons died from alcohol contaminated with methanol.

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