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LAOS OPIUM
RTR16Y4O
March 07, 2006
An Akha hills tribeswoman holds her child as she stands at a spot overlooking hills formerly cultivated...
PHONGSALI, Laos
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An Akha hills tribeswoman holds her child as she stands at a spot overlooking hills formerly cultivated with poppies in the Phongsali province of Laos in this February 15, 2006 file photograph. In concert with donors and the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, Laos has gone from being the world's third biggest producer of heroin, which comes from opium resin, in 1998 to declaring itself free of poppy cultivation in February 2006. File photograph taken February 15, 2006. To match feature LAOS-OPIUM REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR16Y4M
March 07, 2006
Akha hills tribeswomen gather during a visit by the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC)...
PHONGSALI, Laos
TO MATCH FEATURE LAOS OPIUM
Akha hills tribeswomen gather during a visit by the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in the Phongsali province of Laos in this February 15, 2006 file photograph. In concert with donors and the UNODC, Laos has gone from being the world's third biggest producer of heroin, which comes from opium resin, in 1998 to declaring itself free of poppy cultivation in February 2006. File photograph taken February 15, 2006. To match feature LAOS-OPIUM REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR16Y4L
March 07, 2006
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribeswoman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
PHONGSALI, Laos
To match feature LAOS OPIUM
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribeswoman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation centre in the Phongsali province of Laos in this February 15, 2006 file photograph. In concert with donors and the UNODC, Laos has gone from being the world's third biggest producer of heroin, which comes from opium resin, in 1998 to declaring itself free of poppy cultivation in February 2006. File photograph taken February 15, 2006. To match feature LAOS-OPIUM REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR16Y4J
March 07, 2006
Akha hills tribeswomen gather during a visit by the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC)...
PHONGSALI, Laos
To match feature LAOS OPIUM
Akha hills tribeswomen gather during a visit by the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in the Phongsali province of Laos in this February 15, 2006 file photograph. In concert with donors and the UNODC, Laos has gone from being the world's third biggest producer of heroin, which comes from opium resin, in 1998 to declaring itself free of poppy cultivation in February 2006. File photograph taken February 15, 2006. To match feature LAOS-OPIUM REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTXO985
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. [Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. [L.....
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. [Laos, the world's third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic.]
LAOS
RTXO984
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of...
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province .....
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. [Laos, the world's third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic.]
LAOS
RTXO983
February 15, 2006
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium re.....
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation center in the Phongsali province of Laos on February 15, 2006. [Laos, the world's third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic.]
LAOS
RTR1AZO6
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AZNT
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AZNO
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006....
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AZNE
February 15, 2006
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
PHONGSALI, Laos
88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation center in the Phongsali province of Laos on February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AZ83
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos...
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AYPR
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AYPN
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AYPF
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girl takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
An Akha hills tribe girl takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AYP6
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR1AYP0
February 15, 2006
Overlooking hills formerly covered with poppies, an Akha hills tribe woman holds her child in the Phongsali...
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman holds her child overlooking hills formerly covered in poppies in the Phongsali...
Overlooking hills formerly covered with poppies, an Akha hills tribe woman holds her child in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1AYD9
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR1AYCW
February 15, 2006
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali...
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1686F
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos...
An Akha hills tribe girl holds on to her mother's hands during a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1686A
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls applaud during a road opening ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1685Z
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos
An Akha hills tribe girl carries her sibling in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR1685T
February 15, 2006
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali...
Antonio Maria Costa, head of the United Nations Office for Drugs and Crime, visits a village in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1685L
February 15, 2006
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos,...
PHONGSALI, Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
Akha hills tribe girls take part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006.Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR1685D
February 15, 2006
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006....
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman takes part in a ceremony in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS OPIUM
RTR16858
February 15, 2006
Overlooking hills formerly covered with poppies, an Akha hills tribe woman holds her child in the Phongsali...
PHONGSALI, Laos
An Akha hills tribe woman holds her child overlooking hills formerly covered in poppies in the Phongsali...
Overlooking hills formerly covered with poppies, an Akha hills tribe woman holds her child in the Phongsali province of Laos February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
LAOS
RTR16851
February 15, 2006
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
PHONGSALI, Laos
88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict stands outside an opium rehabilitation...
Jalee, an 88-year-old Akha hills tribe woman and recovering opium addict, stands outside an opium rehabilitation center in the Phongsali province of Laos on February 15, 2006. Laos, the world?s third largest heroin producer only ten years ago, declared itself free of opium poppies on Tuesday, after a six year campaign against the raw material use to make the narcotic. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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