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MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IX
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 18 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
An ethnic Akha child wearing traditional clothes is seen as villagers meet representatives of the United...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 18 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

An ethnic Akha child wearing traditional clothes is seen as villagers meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IT
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 23 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
An ethnic Akha woman wearing traditional clothes decorated with colonial era coins is seen as villagers...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 23 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

An ethnic Akha woman wearing traditional clothes decorated with colonial era coins is seen as villagers meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IR
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 24 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 24 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IM
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 28 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
A dog sleeps as local farmers meet with representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 28 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

A dog sleeps as local farmers meet with representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 26, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 26, 2012.
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: ANIMALS DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IE
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 8 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 8 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) representatives and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5IA
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 11 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 11 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5I9
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 12 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drug...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 12 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

Ethnic Akha women wearing traditional clothes meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5I8
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 14 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
Ethnic Akha people meet representatives from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 14 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

Ethnic Akha people meet representatives from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar police in the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012.
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5I4
February 20, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 17 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
An ethnic Akha child wearing traditional clothes is seen as villagers meet representatives of the United...
ATTENTION EDITORS THIS IS 17 OF 35 PICTURES FROM MYANMAR'S OPIUM WAR BY REUTERS PHOTOGRAPHER DAMIR SAGOLJ

An ethnic Akha child wearing traditional clothes is seen as villagers meet representatives of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police at the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. Picture taken January 29, 2012.
REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y5HY
February 20, 2012
An ethnic Akha woman prepares food as villagers meet with representatives of the United Nations Office...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
An ethnic Akha woman prepares food as villagers meet with representatives of UNODC and Myanmar's police...
An ethnic Akha woman prepares food as villagers meet with representatives of the United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Myanmar's police in the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y4I3
February 19, 2012
Ethnic Akha people wearing traditional clothes meet UN representatives and Myanmar police in the village...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
To match Special Report MYANMAR/OPIUM
Ethnic Akha people wearing traditional clothes meet UN representatives and Myanmar police in the village of Kor Miang Pin, in the mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. To match Special Report MYANMAR/OPIUM REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS)
MYANMAR/OPIUM
RTR2Y4HR
February 19, 2012
Ethnic Akha people talk to a policeman as villagers meet UN and Myanmar's police representatives in the...
Kor Miang Pin, Myanmar
To match Special Report MYANMAR/OPIUM
Ethnic Akha people talk to a policeman as villagers meet UN and Myanmar's police representatives in the village of Kor Miang Pin in mountains of Shan State January 29, 2012. Myanmar has dramatically escalated its poppy eradication efforts since September 2011, threatening the livelihoods of impoverished farmers who depend upon opium as a cash crop to buy food. With new ceasefires ending years of conflict between the government and ethnic insurgents, Myanmar police and United Nations officials are travelling through opium-rich Shan State to ask farmers what assistance they need. To match Special Report MYANMAR/OPIUM REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS)
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