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NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MXF0
March 09, 2018
Concrete pipes connecting the bauxite residue deposit to its water treatment station are pictured at...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Concrete pipes connecting the bauxite residue deposit to its water treatment station are pictured at...
Concrete pipes connecting the bauxite residue deposit to its water treatment station are pictured at the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, Brazil March 5, 2018. Picture taken March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MXEY
March 09, 2018
Maria Celestina Cardoso, 69, is pictured at her house in Bom Futuro community, near the alumina refinery...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Maria Celestina Cardoso is pictured at her house in Bom Futuro community, near the alumina refinery Alunorte,...
Maria Celestina Cardoso, 69, is pictured at her house in Bom Futuro community, near the alumina refinery Alunorte owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, Brazil March 7, 2018. Picture taken March 7, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MXEX
March 09, 2018
Maria Celestina Cardoso, 69, lights a traditional wood-fired oven at her house in Bom Futuro community,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Maria Celestina Cardoso light a traditional wood-fired oven at her house in Bom Futuro community, near...
Maria Celestina Cardoso, 69, lights a traditional wood-fired oven at her house in Bom Futuro community, near the alumina refinery Alunorte owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, Brazil March 7, 2018. Picture taken March 7, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MXEO
March 09, 2018
Workers of Eviro-Tec and Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers of Eviro-Tec and Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte in Barcarena
Workers of Eviro-Tec and Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, after an inspection operation with Brazilian environmental agency Ibama and Evandro Chagas Institute to verify a report of irregularities on bauxite residue deposits at Alunorte, in Barcarena, Para state, Brazil March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MXDV
March 09, 2018
Workers of Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, after...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers of Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte in Barcarena
Workers of Nalco leave the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, after an inspection operation with Brazilian environmental agency Ibama and Evandro Chagas Institute to verify a report of irregularities on bauxite residue deposits at Alunorte, in Barcarena, Para state, Brazil March 8, 2018. Picture taken March 8, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBC9
March 05, 2018
A worker shows a pipe that ended in the woods after it was closed by the company at the alumina refinery...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A worker shows a pipe that ended in the woods after it was closed by the company at the alumina refinery...
A worker shows a pipe that ended in the woods after it was closed by the company at the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBC8
March 05, 2018
A view of alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A view of alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state,...
A view of alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBC7
March 05, 2018
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA,...
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, is pictured in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBP
March 05, 2018
A view shows bauxite residue in DRS1 deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A view shows bauxite residue in DRS1 deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company...
A view shows bauxite residue in DRS1 deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBO
March 05, 2018
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA,...
A ship navigates at Para river as alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, is pictured in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBM
March 05, 2018
Workers inspect part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers inspect part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina...
Workers inspect part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, is pictured in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBJ
March 05, 2018
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte,...
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, is pictured in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBD
March 05, 2018
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte,...
Part of the rainwater drainage system of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, is pictured in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBBC
March 05, 2018
Rainwater is drained at its drainage system from DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Rainwater is drained at its drainage system from DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery...
Rainwater is drained at its drainage system from DRS1 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MBB2
March 05, 2018
A view of the DRS2 bauxite residue deposit, which is out of operation after being interdicted by Brazilian...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A view of the DRS2 bauxite residue deposit, which is out of operation after being interdicted by Brazilian...
A view of the DRS2 bauxite residue deposit, which is out of operation after being interdicted by Brazilian authorities, in the alumina refinery Alunorte owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
NORSK HYDRO-BRAZIL/
RTS1MB9Q
March 05, 2018
A worker walks at an interdicted area which is part of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A worker walks at an interdicted area which is part of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery...
A worker walks at an interdicted area which is part of DRS2 bauxite residue deposit of the alumina refinery Alunorte, owned by Norwegian company Norsk Hydro ASA, in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil March 5, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
BRAZIL-DAILYLIFE/
RTS1M47I
March 05, 2018
A man uses fire to combat ants outside his house in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil, March 4,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A man uses fire to combat ants outside his house in Barcarena
A man uses fire to combat ants outside his house in Barcarena, Para state, northern Brazil, March 4, 2018. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN8Q
March 18, 2014
A worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in...
A worker prods some cattle as they walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN8C
March 18, 2014
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk up a ramp into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN88
March 18, 2014
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena...
Workers guide cattle up a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN86
March 18, 2014
A worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export,...
A worker prods cattle inside a truck before guiding them onto a ramp leading into a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 9, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 9, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN7P
March 18, 2014
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers guide cattle along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors.
Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN7O
March 18, 2014
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk up a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors.
Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN7E
March 18, 2014
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN7D
March 18, 2014
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Workers load cattle onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 7, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: MARITIME ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-BEEF/
RTR3HN71
March 18, 2014
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena
Cattle walk along a ramp onto a cargo ship for export, at Vila do Conde port in Barcarena, Para state, near the mouth of the Amazon river, October 8, 2013. With steps afoot to ease import restrictions, reported on March 18, 2014, Brazil and India are fighting to corner a bigger share of the Chinese beef market and fill the gap left by Australia, which could struggle to regain its foothold given lower pricing by some competitors. Picture taken October 8, 2013. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT MARITIME)
BRAZIL/
RTX93UH
October 01, 2008
A general view across Amazon rainforest of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Alunorte's alumina refinery is seen in Barcarena
A general view across Amazon rainforest of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93UB
October 01, 2008
An aerial photograph of Albra's aluminium plants which use alumina from Alunorte's refinery, the world's...
BARCARENA, Brazil
An aerial photograph of Albra's aluminium plants are seen in Barcarena
An aerial photograph of Albra's aluminium plants which use alumina from Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, are seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93U8
October 01, 2008
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Alumina is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93U6
October 01, 2008
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Alumina is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93U2
October 01, 2008
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery is seen in Barcarena
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93U1
October 01, 2008
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery is seen in Barcarena
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93TX
October 01, 2008
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena
Alumina produced by Alunorte's refinery, the world's largest, is loaded onto a ship in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93TS
October 01, 2008
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX93TO
October 01, 2008
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena
An aerial view of Alunorte's alumina refinery, the world's largest, is seen in Barcarena near the mouth of the Amazon river September 30, 2008. Brazilian mining giant Vale, the majority shareholder in Alunorte, recently inaugurated a $1.1 billion expansion to the refinery to push the plant's output up by nearly half to 6.3 million tonnes per year. Picture taken September 30. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HBX
September 06, 2008
Fuel oil contaminates a beach after a tugboat sank in the Para river at the port of Vila do Conde in...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Fuel oil contaminates beach after tugboat sank in Para river in northern Brazilian state of Para
Fuel oil contaminates a beach after a tugboat sank in the Para river at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HBT
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to clean an oil spill on the bank of Para...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northern Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to clean an oil spill on the bank of Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HBR
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northen Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HBG
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northern Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HB8
September 06, 2008
A fleet of fishing boats extend booms to contain the oil spilled when a tugboat sank in the Para river,...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Fleet of fishing boats extend booms to contain oil spilled when tugboat sank in Para river
A fleet of fishing boats extend booms to contain the oil spilled when a tugboat sank in the Para river, a tributary of the Amazon in the river delta at Barcarena, 30 km (19 miles) upriver from Belem, September 6, 2008. Port authorities said the Jean Filho 32 tugboat sank spilling some 30,000 liters of fuel oil, killing the boat's captain and contaminating several beaches and wildlife. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HB4
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northen Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HAR
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northen Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTX8HAP
September 06, 2008
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Members of SEMA attempt to contain oil spill in Para River in northen Brazilian state of Para
Members of the Environmental state department (SEMA) attempt to contain an oil spill in the Para River at the port of Vila do Conde in the northern Brazilian state of Para September 6, 2008. A tug vessel sank in the Para River on September 3, 2008, spilling 30,000 litres of oil, according to the Environmental state and firefighting departments. The spill is spread over approximately 18km of the river. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR214D2
August 15, 2008
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian state of Para, August 14, 2008. The refinery, which is inaugurated today, will provide seven percent of global aluminium production, with annual output of 6.26 million tons, the company said. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR214D1
August 15, 2008
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian state of Para, August 14, 2008. The refinery, which is inaugurated today, will provide seven percent of global aluminium production, with annual output of 6.26 million tons, the company said. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR214CQ
August 14, 2008
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northern Brazilian...
BARCARENA, Brazil
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena
A general view of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northern Brazilian state of Para, August 14, 2008. The refinery, which is inaugurated today, will provide seven percent of global aluminium production, with annual output of 6.26 million tons, the company said. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
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August 14, 2008
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva embraces a soccer player whose team is sponsored by Brazilian...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Brazil's President Lula da Silva embraces soccer player whose team is sponsored by Vale in Barcarena
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva embraces a soccer player whose team is sponsored by Brazilian mining giant Vale, during the inauguration of its aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian state of Para, August 14, 2008. The refinery will provide seven percent of global aluminium production, with annual output of 6.26 million tons, the company said. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
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August 14, 2008
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks during the inauguration of Brazilian mining giant...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks during inauguration of Vale's aluminium refinery...
Brazil's President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva speaks during the inauguration of Brazilian mining giant Vale's aluminium refinery in Barcarena, in the northen Brazilian state of Para, August 14, 2008. The refinery will provide seven percent of global aluminium production, with annual output of 6.26 million tons, the company said. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL ELECTION
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October 01, 2006
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station...
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station where they are registered near the city of Belem at the mouth of the Amazon River October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL ELECTION
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October 01, 2006
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station...
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island during general elections to vote at the voting station where they are registered near the city of Belem at the mouth of the Amazon River October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL ELECTION
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October 01, 2006
Residents of the Brazilian Amazon region vote during general elections in the city of Barcarena, near...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Residents of the Brazilian Amazon region vote during general elections in the city of Barcarena
Residents of the Brazilian Amazon region vote during general elections in the city of Barcarena, near Belem at the mouth of the Amazon River, October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL ELECTION
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October 01, 2006
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island to vote, for the general elections at the voting station...
BARCARENA, Brazil
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island to vote near the city of Belem at the mouth of the Amazon...
Brazilians arrive by boat at Arapiranga Island to vote, for the general elections at the voting station where they are registered, near the city of Belem at the mouth of the Amazon River, October 1, 2006. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL)
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