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RUSSIA-AGRICULTURE/
RTX327KE
March 22, 2017
A view shows sacks with onions at a vegetable storehouse near the settlement of Arzgir in Stavropol region,...
Stavropol Region, Russia
A view shows sacks with onions at a vegetable storehouse in Stavropol region
A view shows sacks with onions at a vegetable storehouse near the settlement of Arzgir in Stavropol region, Russia, March 22, 2017. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I80
February 18, 2016
Worker carries Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Modena, Italy
Worker carries Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Worker carries Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I34
February 18, 2016
Worker carries fresh Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf a 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Modena, Italy
Worker carries fresh Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf a 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Worker carries fresh Parmesan wheel off storehouse shelf a 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I32
February 18, 2016
Worker (C) inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia...
Modena, Italy
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy...
Worker (C) inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I2Z
February 18, 2016
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Modena, Italy
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I2W
February 18, 2016
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia...
Modena, Italy
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia...
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I2V
February 18, 2016
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia...
Modena, Italy
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia...
A storage area for Parmesan cheese wheels is pictured at storehouse shelf at 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BANKS/COMPANIES
RTX27I2U
February 18, 2016
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Modena, Italy
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative...
Worker inspects wheel of Parmesan cheese at storehouse shelf 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia dairy cooperative in Modena, Italy, February 16, 2016. When Parmesan prices proved too volatile for Italy's strained banks a dairy cooperative near Bologna came up with a novel solution to its funding needs, bonds backed by wheels of cheese. But 4 Madonne Caseificio dell'Emilia remains an exception among small businesses struggling to get long-term funds in Italy, where a credit crunch risks holding back a fragile economic recovery after more than a decade of stagnation. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH
RTS3NBV
October 08, 2015
A worker arranges filled Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders at a distribution centre at Dujana village...
DUJANA, India
A worker arranges filled Liquefied Petroleum Gas cylinders at a distribution centre at Dujana village...
A worker arranges filled Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders at a distribution centre at Dujana village in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi October 7, 2015. Liquefied Petroleum Gas, long a niche product used by the poor to cook and the rich to barbecue, has become a rare bright spot amid a broad commodities rout, riding on the wave of strong economic growth in India and parts of Southeast Asia. To match story COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH
RTS3NBR
October 08, 2015
Empty Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders are seen at a gas distribution centre at Dujana village...
DUJANA, India
Empty Liquefied Petroleum Gas cylinders are seen at a gas distribution centre at Dujana village
Empty Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders are seen at a gas distribution centre at Dujana village in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi October 7, 2015. Liquefied Petroleum Gas, long a niche product used by the poor to cook and the rich to barbecue, has become a rare bright spot amid a broad commodities rout, riding on the wave of strong economic growth in India and parts of Southeast Asia. To match story COMMODITIES-LPG/GROWTH Picture taken October 7, 2015. REUTERS/Anindito Mukherjee
GUATEMALA-MUDSLIDE/
RTS3BGX
October 06, 2015
Workers stand outside a room used to store coffins at a community center in Santa Catarina Pinula, on...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Workers stand outside a room used to store coffins at a community center in Santa Catarina Pinula, on...
Workers stand outside a room used to store coffins at a community center in Santa Catarina Pinula, on the outskirts of Guatemala City, October 6, 2015. Despair in the search for dozens of people still missing after a deadly landslide swallowed part of a Guatemalan town is so deep that some relatives feel lucky simply to have found the bodies of their loved ones. Families lit candles on Sunday for relatives engulfed by a mass of earth and rubble that crashed down on a neighborhood in Santa Catarina Pinula. Rescue teams have found more than 130 bodies and up to 150 others are missing, feared dead. REUTERS/Josue Decavele
CHILE-ADVERTISING/
RTX1PRCC
August 26, 2015
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse...
Santiago, Chile
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse...
Film equipment contractor chief Mauricio Martinez inspects a digital film camera at their storehouse in Santiago, Chile, August 25, 2015. When the creators of an elaborate 2013 Cadillac commercial began to scout for shooting locations three years ago, they began in Argentina, where varied landscapes and creative talent had long attracted ad producers. But when it came time to import the equipment needed for the three-minute spot, they collided head-on with the country's byzantine import regulations. Argentina demanded hefty deposits on all vehicles, cameras, and lights, and producers were unsure when - or even if - their imports would make it through customs. The solution? Move to Chile. Picture taken August 25, 2015. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado
EUROZONE-GREECE/BARTER
RTX1MADO
July 29, 2015
Dry clover is stored near the village of Lianokladi, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of Greeks...
LIANOKLADI, Greece
Dry clover is stored near the village of Lianokladi, Greece
Dry clover is stored near the village of Lianokladi, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are swapping goods and services in cashless transactions since the government shut down banks on June 28 for three weeks, restricted cash withdrawals and banned transfers abroad to halt a run on deposits and prevent a collapse of the banks. Picture taken July 27. REUTERS/Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3YLWD
July 14, 2014
Camera equipment is seen inside the Canon loan service office at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Camera equipment is seen inside the Canon loan service office at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro...
Camera equipment is seen inside the Canon loan service office at the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro July 12, 2014. In a project called "On the Sidelines" Reuters photographers share pictures showing their own quirky and creative view of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Picture taken using a fisheye lens. REUTERS/Eddie Keogh (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP SOCIETY MEDIA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-CONGO/MUSEUM
RTX19E7Y
February 24, 2014
A stuffed tiger and leopards are seen wrapped in plastic at the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren,...
Tervuren, Belgium
A stuffed tiger and leopards are seen wrapped in plastic at the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren...
A stuffed tiger and leopards are seen wrapped in plastic at the Royal Museum for Central Africa in Tervuren, near Brussels, January 22, 2014.Some of the exhibits at Belgium's Museum for Central Africa anger many visitors for the way they portray African people and Belgium's brutal colonial past. Now Belgium wants to change that, at least a little. It is spending 66 million euro ($90 million) to modernise the museum and put a new face on the colonial experience. The decisions about what to keep raise questions about the extent to which Belgium is facing up to its past even now, more than five decades since Congo won its independence. Picture taken January 22, 2014. To match Feature BELGIUM-CONGO/MUSEUM REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY POLITICS)
CHINA/
RTXZF5L
May 08, 2013
The entrance of a breast milk bank is seen at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre in the...
Guangzhou, China
The entrance of a breast milk bank is seen at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre
The entrance of a breast milk bank is seen at the Guangzhou Women and Children's medical centre in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou May 8, 2013. With China's first breast milk bank opening in June at the centre, about 80 moms have donated to premature babies and other needy infants since the trial period started in late March, local media reported. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
Animals
Animals
Eagles in Demand For Native American Indian Rituals - 26 Apr 2012
17 PICTURES
USA-RELIGION/EAGLES
RTR31805
April 25, 2012
Dennis Wiist, Wildlife Repository Specialist, inspects an eagle at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
To match story USA-RELIGION/EAGLES
Dennis Wiist, Wildlife Repository Specialist, inspects an eagle at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Eagle Repository in Commerce City, Colorado March 26, 2012. Eagles are sacrosanct for many tribes, and employees at the National Eagle Repository provide them with feathers, wings and talons - and in some cases whole carcasses - for religious rituals. But the Indians' demand outstrips the repository's supply. Each year the repository receives about 2,300 dead bald and golden eagles, gathered by wildlife agents and others. To match story USA-RELIGION/EAGLES REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA/
RTR2KN4L
March 31, 2011
Personnel of the United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) look at supplies stored at their...
Subang, Malaysia
Personnel of United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot look at supplies stored at temporary storehouse...
Personnel of the United Nations Humanitarian Response Depot (UNHRD) look at supplies stored at their temporary storehouse in Subang outside Kuala Lumpur March 31, 2011. Malaysia and World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday launched the start of the construction of the UNHRD facility to be completed by end of 2011 and located in Subang, 30 km (19 miles) west of Kuala Lumpur. Run by the WFP, the new depot is one of five throughout the world which stores aid and relief supplies from UN agencies and international aid organisations that would be airlifted to disaster hit countries when needed. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: DISASTER)
COSTARICA/
RTXCG16
March 07, 2009
Firefighter Shirley Lewis, 26, stores a hose at a San Jose fire station March 6, 2009. Lewis, one of...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Firefighter Shirley Lewis stores a hose at a San Jose fire station
Firefighter Shirley Lewis, 26, stores a hose at a San Jose fire station March 6, 2009. Lewis, one of eight women who work in the country as firefighters, has worked at the San Jose fire station for two years. International Women's Day will be celebrated on March 8. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate (COSTA RICA)
FOOD-FERTILIZER/SHORTAGE
RTX6PVG
June 10, 2008
Potash is piled into a large storage facility which is then loaded into a train car and transported in...
Saskatoon, Canada
To match feature FOOD-FERTILIZER/SHORTAGE
Potash is piled into a large storage facility which is then loaded into a train car and transported in Saskatoon in this December 2006 file photo. Chemical fertilizer powered the Green Revolution and helped save millions from starvation, but now one of the most important tools on the modern farm is in danger of being priced out of reach for many of the world's growers. To match feature FOOD-FERTILIZER/SHORTAGE REUTERS/David Stobbe/Files (CANADA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX6F87
June 02, 2008
Picture shows part of the processing and stockpile area at a Rio Tinto iron ore mine at Tom Price, about...
TOM PRICE, Australia
Picture shows part of the processing and stockpile area at a Rio Tinto iron ore mine at Tom Price
Picture shows part of the processing and stockpile area at a Rio Tinto iron ore mine at Tom Price, about 1,300 km (800 miles) north of Perth May 28, 2008. Picture taken May 28, 2008. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
POPE/
RTR209F1
May 06, 2008
A new Vatican Swiss Guard prepares for his swearing-in ceremony at the Vatican May 6, 2008. The swearing...
Vatican, Vatican City State
A new Vatican Swiss Guard prepares for his swearing-in ceremony at the Vatican
A new Vatican Swiss Guard prepares for his swearing-in ceremony at the Vatican May 6, 2008. The swearing in ceremony is held each May 6 to commemorate the day in 1527 when 147 Swiss Guards died protecting Pope Clement VII during the Sack of Rome. REUTERS/Alessandra Tarantino/Pool (VATICAN)
PARAGUAY-ELECTION/
RTR1ZO38
April 19, 2008
Electronic ballot boxes made in Brazil and used by Paraguay in past elections, sit in disuse under lock...
Asuncion, Paraguay
Electronic ballot boxes made in Brazil and used by Paraguay in past elections, sit in disuse in Asuncion...
Electronic ballot boxes made in Brazil and used by Paraguay in past elections, sit in disuse under lock in a deposit at the Electoral Justice Board as officials prepared cardboard boxes and paper ballots to be used in Sunday's presidential election, in Asuncion April 19, 2008. The opposition parties that will face off against the ruling Colorado Party acquired a court order to prohibit electronic voting and revert back to the use of paper ballots. Voters will decide on Sunday whether or not to end the 61-year reign for the Colorado Party, the world's longest-ruling political party still in power. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers (PARAGUAY)
PHILIPPINES-RICE/AUCTION
RTR1YG9Y
March 18, 2008
Consumers buy rice at a storehouse in Manila March 18, 2008. The Philippines bought 335,500 tonnes of...
Manila, Philippines
Consumers buy rice at a storehouse in Manila
Consumers buy rice at a storehouse in Manila March 18, 2008. The Philippines bought 335,500 tonnes of rice at an average price of $708.04 per tonne cost and freight, about one and a half times the price it paid in January, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT
RTR1Y5AY
March 11, 2008
A worker walks past rolls of galvanized steel in a storage shed at the Nippon Steel Corp. Kimitsu steel...
KIMITSU, Japan
To match feature NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT
A worker walks past rolls of galvanized steel in a storage shed at the Nippon Steel Corp. Kimitsu steel mill in Kimitsu, near Tokyo, February 6, 2008. Nippon Steel is the world's second biggest steel producer, producing 32 million tonnes a year, a large proportion of which is used by Japanese automakers. Picture taken February 6, 2008. To match feature NIPPONSTEEL-HEAT REUTERS/Michael Caronna (JAPAN)
NORWAY/
RTR1XA7T
February 19, 2008
The interior of the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen is seen in this handout photo taken June 10, 2007....
Longyearbyen, Norway
The interior of the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen
The interior of the Global Seed Vault in Longyearbyen is seen in this handout photo taken June 10, 2007. The vault in a mountainside cavern on Spitsbergen island around 1,000 km (600 miles) from the North Pole is being prepared to store the world's crop seeds in case of disaster. Starting with 200,000 samples when it opens in February, the vault will have the capacity for around 4.5 million bar-coded seed samples in all. Photo taken June 10, 2007. REUTERS/ Mari Tefre/Global Crop Diversity Trust/Handout. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS..
VIETNAM-HELMETS/
RTX4RFO
December 15, 2007
A man works at a helmet factory in Hanoi December 11, 2007. Vietnamese motorcyclists appear to be complying...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-HELMETS/
A man works at a helmet factory in Hanoi December 11, 2007. Vietnamese motorcyclists appear to be complying with a new rule that gives them no choice but to wear a crash helmet, the latest drive to reduce the unacceptably high road traffic toll. Picture December 11, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-HELMETS/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
GERMANY/
RTR1SAIF
July 27, 2007
Cheese dairy master Fritz Joerg carries a cheese in a stockroom of an alpine dairy in Ofterschwang, about...
Ofterschwang, Germany
Cheese dairy master Joerg carries a cheese in a stockroom of an alpine dairy in Ofterschwang
Cheese dairy master Fritz Joerg carries a cheese in a stockroom of an alpine dairy in Ofterschwang, about 170km (106 miles) south of Munich, July 26, 2007. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY)
SWEDEN-ABSOLUT/
RTR1RZEN
July 18, 2007
Thousands of cases of vodka are stored at the Absolut shipping facility in Ahus in this photo taken July...
Ahus, Sweden
Thousands of cases of vodka are stored at the Absolut shipping facility in Ahus
Thousands of cases of vodka are stored at the Absolut shipping facility in Ahus in this photo taken July 17, 2007. The Swedish government passed a law in June allowing the sale of state-owned Absolut vodka maker Vin & Spirit, a sale which analysts expect to be worth $5 billion to $6 billion. Picture taken July 17, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong (SWEDEN)
USA/GUNS
RTR1RPJD
July 11, 2007
ATF senior special agent Thomas Mangan stands in one of the "vaults" where dozens of guns confiscated...
Phoenix, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-GUNS
ATF senior special agent Thomas Mangan stands in one of the "vaults" where dozens of guns confiscated in crimes, some that have been smuggled into Mexico, are stored in at the local office of the ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) as evidence for trial or waiting to be melted down in Phoenix, Arizona, July 6, 2007. Photo taken July 6, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE USA-GUNS REUTERS/Jeff Topping (USA)
CHINA-ECONOMY/LABOUR
RTR1PLK2
May 12, 2007
A labourer runs at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang, north China's Liaoning province...
Shenyang, China
A labourer runs at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang
A labourer runs at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang, north China's Liaoning province May 12, 2007. China could experience a shortage of migrant workers by 2009, according to a study by a prominent think-tank, which says the number of "surplus" workers in rural areas is much smaller than generally estimated. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA)
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CHINA-ECONOMY/LABOUR
RTR1PLK1
May 12, 2007
A labourer rides a bicycle at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang, north China's Liaoning...
Shenyang, China
A labourer rides a bicycle at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang
A labourer rides a bicycle at a timber storehouse on the outskirts of Shenyang, north China's Liaoning province May 12, 2007. China could experience a shortage of migrant workers by 2009, according to a study by a prominent think-tank, which says the number of "surplus" workers in rural areas is much smaller than generally estimated. REUTERS/Stringer (CHINA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1N54F
March 06, 2007
May McKeown looks at a still intact lightbulb inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
McKeown looks at a still intact lightbulb inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock located...
May McKeown looks at a still intact lightbulb inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1N54E
March 06, 2007
May McKeown looks at a tree growing inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock on her...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
McKeown looks at a tree growing inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock located around...
May McKeown looks at a tree growing inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1N54C
March 06, 2007
May McKeown looks inside an old Bondi Beach tram that in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
McKeown looks inside an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock located around 700 km northwest...
May McKeown looks inside an old Bondi Beach tram that in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1N54B
March 06, 2007
May McKeown looks at an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare)...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
McKeown looks at an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock located around 700 km northwest of...
May McKeown looks at an old Bondi Beach tram in the middle of a paddock on her 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA
RTR1N549
March 06, 2007
An old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock on May McKeown's 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
An old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock located around 700 km northwest of Sydney
An old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock on May McKeown's 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1N548
March 06, 2007
An old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock on May McKeown's 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property...
COME-BY-CHANCE, Australia
Aan old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock located around 700 km northwest of Sydney
An old Bondi Beach tram sits in the middle of a paddock on May McKeown's 6,000 acre (2,400 hectare) property of "Long View", near the town of Come-by-Chance, located around 700 km northwest of Sydney, March 6, 2007. The tram was bought by McKeown's father Alex Nixon in 1961 for ten pounds ($19) as a storage shed for feed and was also used as a shelter by both sheep and workmen. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
CUBA/
RTR1MWS3
February 28, 2007
A worker shakes tobacco leaves at the "Cooperativa 5to Congreso" tobacco plantation in San Juan y Martinez...
SAN JUAN Y MARTINEZ, Cuba
A worker shakes tobacco leaves at the "Cooperativa 5to Congreso" tobacco plantation in San Juan y Martinez...
A worker shakes tobacco leaves at the "Cooperativa 5to Congreso" tobacco plantation in San Juan y Martinez in Cuba's western province of Pinar del Rio February 27, 2007. Facing public smoking bans around the world, cigar aficionados are spending more on finer smokes for the fewer opportunities they have to light up, and that boosted sales of Cuban cigars last year, makers said on Monday. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
INDONESIA-BIRDFLU/
RTR1MFKO
February 15, 2007
A worker weighs chickens before sending them to a market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta January...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker weighs chickens before sending them to a market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta
A worker weighs chickens before sending them to a market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta January 14, 2007. Indonesia has restricted sharing bird flu strain samples overseas to ensure its people benefit from any vaccine and to stop foreign parties "dancing over the corpses of others", the health minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-BIRDFLU/
RTR1MFKL
February 15, 2007
A worker selects chickens before sending them to the market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta January...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A worker selects chickens before sending them to the market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta
A worker selects chickens before sending them to the market from a poultry storehouse in Jakarta January 14, 2007. Indonesia has restricted sharing bird flu strain samples overseas to ensure its people benefit from any vaccine and to stop foreign parties "dancing over the corpses of others", the health minister said on Thursday. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
IRAQ
RTRIX4K
July 28, 2005
U.S. Sergeant Roesch (L) and Sergeant Reed of the army infantry from the Stryker brigade look for weapons...
Hammam Al Alil
U.S. soldiers look for weapons during a raid in Hammam Al Alil.
U.S. Sergeant Roesch (L) and Sergeant Reed of the army infantry from the Stryker brigade look for weapons inside a storage room for grain during a raid in the town of Hammam Al Alil, near Mosul, in northern Iraq, July 28, 2005. The United States hopes to sharply reduce its forces in Iraq by the middle of next year, its top commander on the ground said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Andrea Comas Pictures of the Month July 2005
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