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CHINA-HEALTH/SOUTHKOREA-ICEFESTIVAL
RTS317XC
February 08, 2020
Trout lies on a frozen river in Hwacheon, south of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas,...
HWACHEON, South Korea
Trout lies on a frozen river in Hwacheon
Trout lies on a frozen river in Hwacheon, south of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) separating the two Koreas, South Korea, February 8, 2020. REUTERS/Heo Ran
CHINA-CLIMATE/
RTR2UB5J
November 22, 2011
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the...
Beijing, China
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the...
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the outskirts of Beijing November 22, 2011. Economic problems in Europe and elsewhere should not get in the way of a new pact to reduce global warming and slash greenhouse gas emissions, China's top climate official said on Tuesday ahead of the latest round of negotiations beginning in South Africa next week where delegates from nearly 200 countries will meet for climate talks. With global carbon emissions rising by a record amount last year, rebounding on the heels of recession, the United Nations, the International Energy Agency and others say global pledges to curb emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are not enough to prevent the planet heating up beyond 2 degrees Celsius. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ITL1
February 19, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa launches dozens of baited fishhooks tied to a metal bar,...
CURUCA, Brazil
A fisherman launches dozens of baited fishhooks tied to a metal bar while fishing with his nephews offshore...
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa launches dozens of baited fishhooks tied to a metal bar, while fishing with his nephews offshore of Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River, February 18, 2011. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
BRAZIL/
RTR2ITJJ
February 19, 2011
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa (L) and his nephews Ronison (C) and Rainilson prepare...
CURUCA, Brazil
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa and his nephews prepare bait to fish at the mouth of...
Brazilian fisherman Jose Alfredo de Souza Costa (L) and his nephews Ronison (C) and Rainilson prepare bait on a metal bar with dozens of fishhooks attached, offshore of Curuca at the mouth of the Amazon River, February 18, 2011. Jose Alfredo, 31, began fishing for a living at the age of 12 in the region where the Amazon River, with its drainage basin covering about 40 percent of South America, forces a massive plume of freshwater estimated at 20 percent of the world's freshwater entering the oceans, into the Atlantic. Picture taken February 18, 2011. REUTERS/Paulo Santos (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS FOOD)
ALGERIA/
RTR26UTK
August 18, 2009
Fishermen prepare their baits at the port in Dellys, some 100 km (62 miles) east of Algiers, August 18,...
DELLYS, Algeria
Fishermen prepare their baits at the port in Dellys
Fishermen prepare their baits at the port in Dellys, some 100 km (62 miles) east of Algiers, August 18, 2009. Dellys fishermen still employ small boats and traditional methods to land their catch. They complain that fish are growing scarce and say help is needed to preserve their livelihoods. Dellys is a small coastal town on the Mediterranean in northern Algeria that was left isolated by a brutal civil conflict during the 1990s. The region's principal activities are fishing and farming. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
ALGERIA/
RTR26UT4
August 18, 2009
A fisherman prepares his bait at the port in Dellys, some 100 km (62 miles) east of Algiers, August 18,...
DELLYS, Algeria
A fisherman prepares his bait at the port in Dellys
A fisherman prepares his bait at the port in Dellys, some 100 km (62 miles) east of Algiers, August 18, 2009. Dellys fishermen still employ small boats and traditional methods to land their catch. They complain that fish are growing scarce and say help is needed to preserve their livelihoods. Dellys is a small coastal town on the Mediterranean in northern Algeria that was left isolated by a brutal civil conflict during the 1990s. The region's principal activities are fishing and farming. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR20JVR
August 01, 2008
Herring are tied up in a mesh bag to be used as bait in commercial fisherman Chris Welch's lobster traps...
Kennebunkport, UNITED STATES
Herring are tied up in a mesh bag to be used as bait in commercial fisherman Chris Welch's lobster traps...
Herring are tied up in a mesh bag to be used as bait in commercial fisherman Chris Welch's lobster traps in Kennebunkport, Maine, August 1, 2008. Welch, who owns his own boat and has been making a living catching lobster since he was 15 years old, fishes all year round to pay his way through school. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES)
BELARUS
RTR19M4Q
October 17, 2005
Carcasses of cormorants are propped up by a lake to attract living cormorants for hunting near the village...
Selets, Belarus
Carcasses of cormorants are propped up by a lake to attract living cormorants for hunting near the village...
Carcasses of cormorants are propped up by a lake to attract living cormorants for hunting near the village of Selets, some 250 km (155 miles) southwest of Minsk, October 17, 2005. The state fishing industry commissions every year a cormorant hunt, in which hundreds of these fish-eating birds are killed to ensure a higher stock of wild fish for commercial use. A hunter receives 5100 Belarussian roubles ($US 2) per beak. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko
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