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HAITI
RTXOUSU
July 24, 2006
A Haitian holds a cow, meant for a sacrifice, during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A Haitian holds a cow, meant for a sacrifice, during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de N.....
A Haitian holds a cow, meant for a sacrifice, during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien, July 23, 2006. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival.
HAITI
RTXOUSP
July 24, 2006
A Haitian carries the head of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
A Haitian carries the head of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine .....
A Haitian carries the head of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 23, 2006. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival.
HAITI
RTXOUSO
July 24, 2006
Haitians carry the parts of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de...
Cap-Haitien, Haiti
Haitians carry the parts of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de.....
Haitians carry the parts of a cow in a mud pool during a Voodoo festival at the village of Plaine de Nord in Cap-Haitien July 23, 2006. Hundreds of Voodoo believers are in Plaine Du Nord to celebrate the annual festival.
TOUR DE FRANCE
RTXOVB2
July 20, 2006
The pack of riders cycles during the 17th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between Saint-Jean-De-Maurienne...
Morzine, France
The pack of riders cycles during the 17th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between Sain.....
The pack of riders cycles during the 17th stage of the 93rd Tour de France cycling race between Saint-Jean-De-Maurienne and Morzine, July 20, 2006.
SPAIN
RTXOUCL
July 12, 2006
A wild cow jumps over a group of revellers after the sixth running of the bulls of the San Fermin festival...
Pamplona, Spain
A wild cow jumps over a group of revellers after the sixth running of the bulls of the San Fermin fe.....
A wild cow jumps over a group of revellers after the sixth running of the bulls of the San Fermin festival in Pamplona July 12, 2006.
GEORGIA
RTXOT1R
July 09, 2006
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 24Jun06 - A cow grazes in a dilapidated housing estate near Sukhumi in the Georgian...
Sukhumi, Georgia
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 24Jun06 - A cow grazes in a dilapidated housing estate near Sukhumi in the Georgi.....
- FILE PHOTO TAKEN 24Jun06 - A cow grazes in a dilapidated housing estate near Sukhumi in the Georgian breakaway region of Abkhazia in this June 24, 2006 file photo. Once the Soviet Union's most prestigious piece of real estate, Abkhazia is now after its 1992-3 war for independence from Georgia sadly reduced.
VILLEPIN
RTXOTN1
July 07, 2006
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin walks in a meadow near cows during his visit to Boscamant,...
BOSCAMANT, France
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin walks in a meadow near cows during his visit to Boscaman.....
French Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin walks in a meadow near cows during his visit to Boscamant, southwest France, July 7, 2006.
SMOLIK
RTXOPCX
June 08, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN06- A man leads a cow past Evgeny Smolik's richly ornamented house in the Siberian...
IRBEYSKOE, Russia
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN06- A man leads a cow past Evgeny Smolik's richly ornamented house in the Siberian.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 07JUN06- A man leads a cow past Evgeny Smolik's richly ornamented house in the Siberian village of Irbeyskoe some 180 km (112 miles) east of [Krasnoyarsk] June 7, 2006. Smolik, a self-educated craftsman, adorned his 19th century village house and its interior with a wide range of wood carvings, ornaments and hand crafted furniture in fantasy designs that are inspired by the traditional Russian Lubok print, surrealism, fairy tales and his personal sense of humour. Picture taken June 7, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ3
June 05, 2006
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during...
Mexico City, Mexico
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City du.....
A Mexican farmer hangs a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ2
June 05, 2006
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry .....
Mexican farmers walk away after hanging a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
MEXICO
RTXOPJ1
June 05, 2006
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City duri.....
Mexican farmers hang a cow carcass from a flag pole outside the economy ministry in Mexico City during a protest about dairy product imports June 5, 2006.
INDIA
RTXOPGN
June 05, 2006
Indian rag pickers search for valuables amid heaps of garbage on the outskirts of New Delhi June 5. 2006....
New Delhi, India
Indian rag pickers search for valuables amid heaps of garbage on the outskirts of New Delhi June 5. .....
Indian rag pickers search for valuables amid heaps of garbage on the outskirts of New Delhi June 5. 2006. [World Environment Day, commemorated each year, is one of the principal vehicles through which the UN stimulates world-wide awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and action.]
COW PARADE
RTXOLJ0
May 17, 2006
A girl walks between two fibreglass cows that are part of the Cow Parade art show on display in Edinburgh,...
Edinburgh, UK
A girl walks between two fibreglass cows that are part of the Cow Parade art show on display in Edin.....
A girl walks between two fibreglass cows that are part of the Cow Parade art show on display in Edinburgh, Scotland May 17, 2006. Cow Parade runs from May 15 to July 23, 2006. Ninety-four brightly coloured bovines will be grazing the Edinburgh's cityscape during the show.
FRANCE
RTXOL49
May 10, 2006
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment...
Paris, France
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first .....
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
FRANCE
RTXOL48
May 10, 2006
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment...
Paris, France
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first .....
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
FRANCE
RTXOL47
May 10, 2006
The ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006....
Paris, France
The ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, .....
The ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
FRANCE
RTXOL46
May 10, 2006
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment...
Paris, France
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first .....
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
FRANCE
RTXOL45
May 10, 2006
Ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006....
Paris, France
Ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006.....
Ribs of British beef display a "sold" sticker at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
FRANCE
RTXOL44
May 10, 2006
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment...
Paris, France
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first .....
British beef is prepared for sale at the Rungis wholesale market near Paris May 10, 2006. The first shipment of British beef to France since the lifting of a ban imposed at the height of the 1990s mad cow crisis will be sold on the Rungis food market on Wednesday, an official said on Tuesday.
INDIA
RTXOJLR
May 07, 2006
An Indian couple bathes a cow to beat the heat in Ranbir Singh Pura, some 25 km (16 miles) southwest...
Ranbir Singh Pura, India
An Indian couple bathes a cow to beat the heat in Ranbir Singh Pura, some 25 km (16 miles) southwest.....
An Indian couple bathes a cow to beat the heat in Ranbir Singh Pura, some 25 km (16 miles) southwest of the northern Indian city of Jammu May 7, 2006. Temperatures across northern India continued to rise with the Indian capital reporting 44 degrees Celsius (116 Fahrenheit), its hottest temperature of the summer so far.
SERBIA&MONTENEGRO
RTXOJ6K
April 26, 2006
A farmer rescues a cow from his flooded courtyard in Serbian village of Stari Kostolac, some 80 km (50...
STARI KOSTOLAC
A farmer rescues a cow from his flooded courtyard in Serbian village of Stari Kostolac, some 80 km (.....
A farmer rescues a cow from his flooded courtyard in Serbian village of Stari Kostolac, some 80 km (50 miles) east from [Belgrade], April 14, 2006. Several towns in Serbia called for emergency measures to deal with floods while [Dunav, Sava and Tisa] rivers reach their peak levels.
SHIMIANOK
RTXOH8L
April 06, 2006
Nadezhda Shimianok, 79, milks her cow in the village of Tulgovichi, near the 30-km (18-mile) zone around...
TULGOVICHI, Belarus
Nadezhda Shimianok, 79, milks her cow in the village of Tulgovichi, near the 30-km (18-mile) zone ar.....
Nadezhda Shimianok, 79, milks her cow in the village of Tulgovichi, near the 30-km (18-mile) zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, some 370 km (217 miles) southeast of [Minsk] April 6, 2006. [Ukraine] and Belarus mark this year the 20th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, considered the worst accident in the history of nuclear power, which resulted in the evacuation of roughly 200,000 people.
OXENS
RTXOF7P
March 22, 2006
An oxen tries to drink water from a roadside water pump in the north-eastern Indian city of Siliguri...
Siliguri, India
An oxen tries to drink water from a roadside water pump in the north-eastern Indian city of Siliguri.....
An oxen tries to drink water from a roadside water pump in the north-eastern Indian city of Siliguri March 22, 2006.
VIETNAM
RTXODHT
March 08, 2006
A Vietnamese farmer tends a cow in a rice field in Ha Tay province, 23 km (14 miles) south of Hanoi,...
Ha Tay Province, Vietnam
A Vietnamese farmer tends a cow in a rice field in Ha Tay province, 23 km (14 miles) south of Hanoi,.....
A Vietnamese farmer tends a cow in a rice field in Ha Tay province, 23 km (14 miles) south of Hanoi, Vietnam March 8, 2006. [Foreign buyers have slowed the purchase of Vietnamese rice in recent days to wait for further price declines as the harvest in the country's food basket peaks, traders said on Wednesday.]
CHIRAC
RTXOBUN
February 25, 2006
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, February...
Paris, France
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, Fe.....
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, February 25, 2006. Farmers from throughout the country present livestock and agricultural products at the February 25 to March 5 show [with a ban on poultry livestock because of the risk of bird flu.]
CHIRAC
RTXOBUL
February 25, 2006
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, February...
Paris, France
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, Fe.....
French President Jacques Chirac visits the official opening of the Paris International Farm Show, February 25, 2006. Farmers from throughout the country present livestock and agricultural products at the February 25 to March 5 show [with a ban on poultry livestock because of the risk of bird flu.]
HONDURAS
RTXOBIR
February 25, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 31JAN06- A cyclist passes a dead cow in Alianza, Honduras January 31, 2006. Picture taken...
ALIANZA, Honduras
-PHOTO TAKEN 31JAN06- A cyclist passes a dead cow in Alianza, Honduras January 31, 2006. Picture tak.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 31JAN06- A cyclist passes a dead cow in Alianza, Honduras January 31, 2006. Picture taken January 31, 2006.
KENYA
RTXO4V4
January 13, 2006
A Maasai tribesman watches his cattle near a water point in Makindu, about 170 km (104 miles) southwest...
Makindu, Kenya
A Maasai tribesman watches his cattle near a water point in Makindu, about 170 km (104 miles) southw.....
A Maasai tribesman watches his cattle near a water point in Makindu, about 170 km (104 miles) southwest of Nairobi January 13, 2006. [Approximately 2,000 Maasai herdsmen and more than 10,000 cattle fled drought near the Kenya-Tanzania border saying around one hundred heads of cattle are dying daily.]
PAKISTAN
RTXO14F
December 09, 2005
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muza.....
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir early December 9, 2005. Two months after Pakistan's killer earthquake, the focus of a huge aid effort is on keeping survivors alive in freezing mountains and preventing disease in crowded tent camps in the valleys.
PAKISTAN
RTXO14A
December 09, 2005
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad...
Muzaffarabad, Pakistan
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muza.....
Earthquake survivors butcher a cow near a tent in a camp near the earthquake-devastated city of Muzaffarabad in Pakistan-administered Kashmir December 9, 2005. Two months after Pakistan's killer earthquake, the focus of a huge aid effort is on keeping survivors alive in freezing mountains and preventing disease in crowded tent camps in the valleys.
COW PARADE
RTXO0D9
November 25, 2005
A sculpture of a fibre glass cow is displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
A sculpture of a fibre glass cow is displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico Cit.....
A sculpture of a fibre glass cow is displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico City November 24, 2005. The exhibition consists of about 200 cows, designed and painted by Mexican urban artists, which will be displayed on the streets of Mexico City from November 24, 2005 till April 15, 2006.
COW PARADE
RTXO08U
November 25, 2005
Fibre glass cow sculptures are displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico City November...
Mexico City, Mexico
Fibre glass cow sculptures are displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico City Nov.....
Fibre glass cow sculptures are displayed as part of the "Cow Parade" art festival in Mexico City November 24, 2005. The exhibition consists of about 200 cows, designed and painted by Mexican urban artists, which will be displayed on the streets of Mexico City from November 24, 2005 till April 15, 2006.
ITALY
RTXNZ64
November 17, 2005
A pair of Italian farmers, whose property is adorned with a sign that reads "NO TAV" (no high speed train)...
SUSA, Italy
A pair of Italian farmers, whose property is adorned with a sign that reads "NO TAV" (no high speed .....
A pair of Italian farmers, whose property is adorned with a sign that reads "NO TAV" (no high speed train) in protest against a proposed rail line, watch as demonstrators march towards the town of Susa, 40km (25 miles) west of [Turin], November 16, 2005. An entire Alpine valley shut down its shops and schools on Wednesday so its thousands of residents could march in protest against plans to build a high-speed train line past their villages to link Italy and [France. Police estimated about 20,000 people, from school children to pensioners, marched the 8 km (5 mile) route, waving white flags, singing along as brass bands played local folksongs and dancing by trucks blaring environmental rap.]
USA
RTXNTON
September 27, 2005
A trailer full of cattle rescued from high water water are seen as workers ride on the back of the trailer...
Chauvin, USA
A trailer full of cattle rescued from high water water are seen as workers ride on the back of the t.....
A trailer full of cattle rescued from high water water are seen as workers ride on the back of the trailer from the Lacache Cattle Co. in Chauvin, Louisiana, September 26, 2005. Hurricane Rita flooded the area with a tidal surge causing more flooding to the already damaged area.
USA
RTXNTOM
September 27, 2005
The son of the owner of Lacache Cattle Co., Juddy Ellended (R), rides on a trailer full of cattle in...
Chauvin, USA
The son of the owner of Lacache Cattle Co., Juddy Ellended (R), rides on a trailer full of cattle in.....
The son of the owner of Lacache Cattle Co., Juddy Ellended (R), rides on a trailer full of cattle in Chauvin, Louisiana, September 26, 2005. Hurricane Rita flooded the area with a tidal surge causing more flooding to the already damaged area.
FRANCE
RTXNT0K
September 27, 2005
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate...
Paris, France
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to ce.....
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate the 120,000th signing member of the 'Good Breeding Charter' in Paris September 27, 2005.
FRANCE
RTXNT0G
September 27, 2005
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate...
Paris, France
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to ce.....
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate the 120,000th signing member of the 'Good Breeding Charter' in Paris September 27, 2005.
FRANCE
RTXNT0F
September 27, 2005
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate...
Paris, France
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to ce.....
A thousand French cattle breeders form a map in the shape of France during a meeting organized to celebrate the 120,000th signing member of the 'Good Breeding Charter' in Paris September 27, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNROO
September 15, 2005
An Afghan boy pulls a cow in a street in Morghab, 300 km (186 miles) north of [Herat] September 15, 2005....
MORGHAB, Afghanistan
An Afghan boy pulls a cow in a street in Morghab, 300 km (186 miles) north of [Herat] September 15, .....
An Afghan boy pulls a cow in a street in Morghab, 300 km (186 miles) north of [Herat] September 15, 2005. [Taliban guerrillas will fail if they try to derail this weekend's elections in Afghanistan, the government and its U.S. backers said on Thursday. Militant violence has been the main worry in the run-up to Sunday's landmark elections for a national assembly and for councils in all 34 of the Muslim country's provinces.]
COW PARADE
RTXNQOU
September 06, 2005
Russian workers install a glass-fibre sculputre of a cow near the GUM department store in Red Square...
Moscow, Russia
Russian workers install a glass-fibre sculputre of a cow near the GUM department store in Red Square.....
Russian workers install a glass-fibre sculputre of a cow near the GUM department store in Red Square in Moscow, September 6, 2005, during the CowParade. [The CowParade is an internationally successful charity initiative, which began in 1998 in Zurich, Switzerland and has since been held in New York, London, and other locations.]
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPOC
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer smiles as he works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 24, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 24, 2005.
AFGHANISTAN
RTXNPO7
August 27, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest...
Bamiyan, Afghanistan
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) no.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24AUG05- An Afghan farmer works on a wheat field in Bamiyan, about 240km (149 miles) northwest of [Kabul] August 24, 2005. [After years of severe drought, the harvest is expected to be the biggest in two decades in Afghanistan due to considerable rain and snowfall, according to the United Nations.] Some 85 per cent of the population depends on agriculture. Picture taken August 24, 2005.
COW PARADE
RTXNOKW
August 01, 2005
People walk past a glass-fibre statue of a cow in GUM department store in Red Square in Moscow, August...
Moscow, Russia
People walk past a glass-fibre statue of a cow in GUM department store in Red Square in Moscow, Augu.....
People walk past a glass-fibre statue of a cow in GUM department store in Red Square in Moscow, August 1, 2005, during the CowParade. The CowParade is an internationally successful charity initiative, [which began in 1998 in Zurich, Switzerland and has since been held in New York, London, and other locations].
PORTUGAL
RTXNME1
July 12, 2005
A herd of cows graze on a dry pasture in Castro Verde Southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of farm...
CASTO VERDE, Portugal
A herd of cows graze on a dry pasture in Castro Verde Southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of f.....
A herd of cows graze on a dry pasture in Castro Verde Southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of farm animals and [tons of fish] in dams are dying each day in southern Portugal while 97 percent of Portugal is in extreme drought as the worst dry spell in 60 years deepens, the Portuguese water institute said.
PORTUGAL
RTXNME0
July 12, 2005
Workers collect dead fish from the Monte da Rocha Dam in southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of...
Monte Da Rocha, Portugal
Workers collect dead fish from the Monte da Rocha Dam in southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds o.....
Workers collect dead fish from the Monte da Rocha Dam in southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of farm animals and tons of fish in dams are dying each day in southern Portugal while 97 percent of Portugal is in extreme drought as the worst dry spell in 60 years deepens, the Portuguese water institute said.
PORTUGAL
RTXNMDY
July 12, 2005
A dead cow is collected after dying on a dry pasture in Castro Verde, southern Portugal July 12, 2005....
CASTO VERDE, Portugal
A dead cow is collected after dying on a dry pasture in Castro Verde, southern Portugal July 12, 200.....
A dead cow is collected after dying on a dry pasture in Castro Verde, southern Portugal July 12, 2005. Hundreds of farm animals and [tons of fish] in dams are dying each day in southern Portugal while 97 percent of Portugal is in extreme drought as the worst dry spell in 60 years deepens, the Portuguese water institute said.
INDIA
RTXNL45
June 30, 2005
An Indian cattle herder leads his animals near the Bagodra-Tarapur highway, 98 km (61 miles) west from...
Bagodra Tarapur, India
An Indian cattle herder leads his animals near the Bagodra-Tarapur highway, 98 km (61 miles) west fr.....
An Indian cattle herder leads his animals near the Bagodra-Tarapur highway, 98 km (61 miles) west from the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, June 29, 2005. Picture taken on June 29, 2005.
INDIA
RTXNLH5
June 23, 2005
An Indian farmer plough his field in Chuli village, 255 km (158 miles) west of the western Indian city...
Chuli, India
An Indian farmer plough his field in Chuli village, 255 km (158 miles) west of the western Indian ci.....
An Indian farmer plough his field in Chuli village, 255 km (158 miles) west of the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, June 22, 2005. India's delayed monsoon rains have spread to the country's western and eastern regions but the wind currents were weak, weather officials said on Thursday. Picture taken on June 22, 2005.
PORTUGAL
RTXNJYW
June 15, 2005
Cattle rest next to a dry pond near the southern Portuguese village of Viana do Alentejo June 15, 2005....
Viana Do Alentejo, Portugal
Cattle rest next to a dry pond near the southern Portuguese village of Viana do Alentejo June 15, 20.....
Cattle rest next to a dry pond near the southern Portuguese village of Viana do Alentejo June 15, 2005. Water is being rationed and desperate farmers are providing straw and food in their attempts to save cattle in the worst drought in decades on the South of Portugal and Spain.
AUSTRALIA
RTXNJMP
June 05, 2005
Cattle are hand fed on a farm owned by Chris Groves near Cowra, about 260 km (162 miles) west of Sydney...
Cowra, Australia
Cattle are hand fed on a farm owned by Chris Groves near Cowra, about 260 km (162 miles) west of Syd.....
Cattle are hand fed on a farm owned by Chris Groves near Cowra, about 260 km (162 miles) west of Sydney May 30, 2005. Eastern Australia is into the third month of the worst drought farmers can remember, more severe than the 2002 drought which the weather bureau classes the worst in a century. Picture taken May 30, 2005.
COW PARADE
RTXNJG2
June 03, 2005
A couple looks cow sculptures part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival in central Barcelona June 2, 2005....
Barcelona, Spain
A couple looks cow sculptures part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival in central Barcelona June 2, 200.....
A couple looks cow sculptures part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival in central Barcelona June 2, 2005. Seventy-five sculptures of cows designed and painted by urban artists, will be displayed on the streets of Barcelona from June 1 to the end of August.
TRAPERHO
RTXNJG1
June 03, 2005
Spanish artist, Jordi Traperho, paints his cow sculpture (named "vaca-mundi") part of the 'Cow Parade'...
Barcelona, Spain
Spanish artist, Jordi Traperho, paints his cow sculpture (named "vaca-mundi") part of the 'Cow Parad.....
Spanish artist, Jordi Traperho, paints his cow sculpture (named "vaca-mundi") part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival in central Barcelona June 3, 2005. [Seventy-five sculptures of cows designed and painted by urban artists, will be displayed on the streets of Barcelona from June 1 to the end of August.]
TRAPERHO
RTXNJG0
June 03, 2005
An unidentified girl, with her mother, plays with a cow sculpture part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival...
Barcelona, Spain
An unidentified girl, with her mother, plays with a cow sculpture part of the 'Cow Parade' art festi.....
An unidentified girl, with her mother, plays with a cow sculpture part of the 'Cow Parade' art festival in central Barcelona June 2, 2005. Seventy-five sculptures of cows designed and painted by urban artists, will be displayed on the streets of Barcelona from June 1 to the end of August.
TRAPERHO
RTXNJEK
June 03, 2005
Spanish artist Jordi Traperho paints his cow sculpture "vaca-mundi", part of the Cow Parade art festival...
Barcelona, Spain
Spanish artist Jordi Traperho paints his cow sculpture "vaca-mundi", part of the Cow Parade art fest.....
Spanish artist Jordi Traperho paints his cow sculpture "vaca-mundi", part of the Cow Parade art festival in central Barcelona, Spain June 3, 2005. Seventy-five sculptures of cows designed and painted by urban artists, will be displayed on the streets of Barcelona from June 1 to the end of August.
GERMANY
RTXNH5S
May 12, 2005
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12,...
Obrigheim, Germany
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12.....
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12, 2005. The 18-year plant, the oldest among 18 working reactors in Germany, was closed on Wednesday under the national nuclear withdrawal programme. The 340 megawatt (MW) Obrigheim nuclear plant is Germany's second nuclear plant to close over the next two decades under national legislation agreed between operators and the government in the summer of 2000.
GERMANY
RTXNH5R
May 12, 2005
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12,...
Obrigheim, Germany
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12.....
Cows graze in a field in front of the nuclear plant in the southern German town of Obrigheim May 12, 2005. The 18-year plant, the oldest among 18 working reactors in Germany, was closed on Wednesday under the national nuclear withdrawal programme. The 340 megawatt (MW) Obrigheim nuclear plant is Germany's second nuclear plant to close over the next two decades under national legislation agreed between operators and the government in the summer of 2000.
HALF & HALF
RTXNH5G
May 12, 2005
A group of people dressed as cows read papers as they take part in a promotion for Coffee-Mate Half &...
New York, USA
A group of people dressed as cows read papers as they take part in a promotion for Coffee-Mate Half .....
A group of people dressed as cows read papers as they take part in a promotion for Coffee-Mate Half & Half, May 12, 2005 in New York. The cows passed out samples of Coffee-Mate to rush-hour commuters.
COSTA RICA
RTXNG33
April 28, 2005
A Nicaraguan cane cutter loads a wagon pulled by oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A Nicaraguan cane cutter loads a wagon pulled by oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plan.....
A Nicaraguan cane cutter loads a wagon pulled by oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vinas de Cartago, 50 miles west of the capital San Jose, April 25, 2005. According to the Costa Rican Ministry of [Labor, more than 81 percent of the workers involved in the harvesting of sugar cane are Nicaraguans, who come to Costa Rica to work in the cane fields for low wages and long hours. The majority of these workers do not have social security or insurance and are forced to work 12-hour days at for less than Costa Rica's legal minimum wage, according to research by the Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences. Picture taken April 25.
COSTA RICA
RTXNG32
April 28, 2005
Nicaraguans cane cutters load a wagon during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vinas...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Nicaraguans cane cutters load a wagon during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan V.....
Nicaraguans cane cutters load a wagon during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vinas de Cartago, 50 miles west of San Jose, April 25, 2005. [According to the Costa Rican Ministry of Labor, more than 81 percent of the workers involved in the harvesting of sugar cane are Nicaraguans, who come to Costa Rica to work in the cane fields for low wages and long hours. The majority of these workers do not have social security or insurance and are forced to work 12-hour days at for less than Costa Rica's legal minimum wage, according to research by the Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences. Picture taken April 25.]
COSTA RICA
RTXNG30
April 28, 2005
A Nicaraguan cane cutter leads oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vinas...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A Nicaraguan cane cutter leads oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vin.....
A Nicaraguan cane cutter leads oxen during harvest of a sugar cane field on a plantation in Juan Vinas de Cartago, 50 miles west of the capital San Jose, April 25, 2005. [According to the Costa Rican Ministry of Labor, more than 81 percent of the workers involved in the harvesting of sugar cane are Nicaraguans, who come to Costa Rica to work in the cane fields for low wages and long hours. The majority of these workers do not have social security or insurance and are forced to work 12-hour days at for less than Costa Rica's legal minimum wage, according to research by the Faculty of Latin American Social Sciences. Picture taken April 25.]
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