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NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37ME
August 11, 2021
A man shows his fist as he wears rings in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken...
Niger, Nigeria
A man shows his fist as he wears rings in Tegina, Niger State
A man shows his fist as he wears rings in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37MD
August 11, 2021
Aminu Salisu, a parent, looks at the pictures of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at Salihu Tanko...
Niger, Nigeria
Aminu Salisu, a parent, looks at the pictures of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at Salihu Tanko...
Aminu Salisu, a parent, looks at the pictures of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37MA
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam's wife seats with two other children after seven of her children were kidnapped at an Islamic...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam's wife seats with two other children after seven of her children were kidnapped at an Islamic...
Abubakar Adam's wife seats with two other children after seven of her children were kidnapped at an Islamic day school by bandits in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37M8
August 11, 2021
People play pool in Tegina, Niger State, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11,...
Niger, Nigeria
People play pool in Tegina
People play pool in Tegina, Niger State, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JP
August 11, 2021
A boy leans against a wall with a toy car near the place where several Islamic students were kidnapped...
Niger, Nigeria
A boy leans against a wall with a toy car near the place where several Islamic students were kidnapped...
A boy leans against a wall with a toy car near the place where several Islamic students were kidnapped by bandits in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JS
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam, reacts during an interview following the bandit abduction of 7 of his children at Salihu...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam, reacts during an interview following the bandit abduction of 7 of his children at Salihu...
Abubakar Adam, reacts during an interview following the bandit abduction of 7 of his children at Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JH
August 11, 2021
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits...
Niger, Nigeria
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits...
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits in her room in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JT
August 11, 2021
Footwear of seven of the children of Abubakar Adam that were kidnapped are seen at his house in Tegina,...
Niger, Nigeria
Footwear of seven of the children of Abubakar Adam that were kidnapped are seen at his house in Tegina,...
Footwear of seven of the children of Abubakar Adam that were kidnapped are seen at his house in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JG
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam and wife, parents of seven children kidnapped at Salihu Tanko Islamic school by bandits,...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam and wife, parents of seven children kidnapped at Salihu Tanko Islamic school by bandits,...
Abubakar Adam and wife, parents of seven children kidnapped at Salihu Tanko Islamic school by bandits, speak during an interview with Reuters at their house in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JK
August 11, 2021
Saidu Umaru walks on the farmland that he sold to raise ransom money for the release of his kids abducted...
Niger, Nigeria
Saidu Umaru walks on the farmland that he sold to raise ransom money for the release of his kids abducted...
Saidu Umaru walks on the farmland that he sold to raise ransom money for the release of his kids abducted by bandits at Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JL
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam's wife holds some of the school clothes of her seven children who were kidnapped at Salihu...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam's wife holds some of the school clothes of her seven children who were kidnapped at Salihu...
Abubakar Adam's wife holds some of the school clothes of her seven children who were kidnapped at Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JR
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam, father of 7 children kidnapped at an Islamic day school, stands at the door to his house...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam, father of 7 children kidnapped at an Islamic day school, stands at the door to his house...
Abubakar Adam, father of 7 children kidnapped at an Islamic day school, stands at the door to his house in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JI
August 11, 2021
Abubakar Adam's wife gathers the shoes of seven of her children who were kidnapped by bandits at Salihu...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Adam's wife gathers the shoes of seven of her children who were kidnapped by bandits at Salihu...
Abubakar Adam's wife gathers the shoes of seven of her children who were kidnapped by bandits at Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JU
August 11, 2021
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits...
Niger, Nigeria
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits...
Aminu Salisu's wife and mother of one of the children kidnapped by bandits at an Islamic day school sits in her room in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 11, 2021. Picture taken August 11, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37NE
August 10, 2021
Some parents are seen during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria...
Niger, Nigeria
Some parents are seen during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State
Some parents are seen during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37MF
August 10, 2021
Salihu Tanko Islamic school sign board is seen at the school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10,...
Niger, Nigeria
Salihu Tanko Islamic school sign board is seen at the school in Tegina, Niger State
Salihu Tanko Islamic school sign board is seen at the school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37MC
August 10, 2021
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and owner of Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina looks on during a meeting...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and owner of Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina looks on during a meeting...
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and owner of Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina looks on during a meeting at the school in Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37M9
August 10, 2021
Parents attend a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10,...
Niger, Nigeria
Parents attend a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State
Parents attend a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JQ
August 10, 2021
Arabic writing that reads "Green" is seen on a board after bandits attacked and abducted students from...
Niger, Nigeria
Arabic writing that reads "Green" is seen on a board after bandits attacked and abducted students from...
Arabic writing that reads "Green" is seen on a board after bandits attacked and abducted students from an Islamic day school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JF
August 10, 2021
Parents stand during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August...
Niger, Nigeria
Parents stand during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State
Parents stand during a meeting at the Salihu Tanko Islamic school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JN
August 10, 2021
A parent sits at the door to one of the classrooms where bandits abducted students at an Islamic day...
Niger, Nigeria
A parent sits at the door to one of the classrooms where bandits abducted students at an Islamic day...
A parent sits at the door to one of the classrooms where bandits abducted students at an Islamic day school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JJ
August 10, 2021
A parent looks on during parents meeting at the Islamic day school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August...
Niger, Nigeria
A parent looks on during parents meeting at the Islamic day school in Tegina, Niger State
A parent looks on during parents meeting at the Islamic day school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGERIA-EDUCATION/RANSOM
RTXG37JO
August 10, 2021
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and school owner, explains how the bandits gained access into the school...
Niger, Nigeria
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and school owner, explains how the bandits gained access into the school...
Abubakar Tegina, head teacher and school owner, explains how the bandits gained access into the school during the attack on the school in Tegina, Niger State, Nigeria August 10, 2021. Picture taken August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
NIGER-REFUGEES/
RTX2JTVU
July 05, 2016
Nigerian refugees and displaced Nigeriens gather at the Boudouri site for displaced persons outside the...
Niger, Niger
Nigerian refugees and displaced Nigeriens gather at the Boudouri site for displaced persons outside the...
Nigerian refugees and displaced Nigeriens gather at the Boudouri site for displaced persons outside the town of Diffa in southeastern Niger June 18, 2016. Picture taken June 18, 2016. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
NIGERIA
RTR1GYRM
September 03, 2006
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks at Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September...
Niger, Nigeria
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks at Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks at Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Masked rebels from Nigeria's oil producing Niger Delta vowed revenge against the government and oil companies during the weekend funerals in remote mangrove forests of nine militants killed by government troops. Picture taken September 2, 2006. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GYRJ
September 03, 2006
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead to a jetty in Warri's volatile Niger Delta region September...
Niger, Nigeria
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead to a jetty in Warri's volatile Niger Delta region
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead to a jetty in Warri's volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Masked rebels from Nigeria's oil producing Niger Delta vowed revenge against the government and oil companies during the weekend funerals in remote mangrove forests of nine militants killed by government troops. Picture taken September 2, 2006. REUTERS/ George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GXN9
September 02, 2006
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead in Warri, in the volatile Niger Delta region September...
Niger, Niger
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead in Warri, in the volatile Niger Delta region
Ijaw militants carry the remains of their dead in Warri, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Nine militants killed by the Nigerian military in August, were buried today in the creeks of the Niger Delta. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GXN3
September 02, 2006
Ijaw militants wait to claim the remains of their dead at a hospital in Warri, in the volatile Niger...
Niger, Nigeria
Ijaw militants wait to claim the remains of their dead at a hospital in Warri, in the volatile Niger...
Ijaw militants wait to claim the remains of their dead at a hospital in Warri, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Nine militants killed by the Nigerian military in August, were buried today in the creeks of the Niger Delta. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GXMJ
September 02, 2006
An Ijaw militant stands on guard during a funeral service in Oporoza creeks, at Gbaramatu kingdom, in...
Niger, Nigeria
An Ijaw militant stands on guard during a funeral service in Oporoza creeks, at Gbaramatu kingdom, in...
An Ijaw militant stands on guard during a funeral service in Oporoza creeks, at Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Nine militants killed by the Nigerian military in August, were buried today in the creeks of the Niger Delta. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GXMB
September 02, 2006
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks in Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September...
Niger, Nigeria
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks in Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region
Ijaw militants guard the Oporoza creeks in Gbaramatu kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Nine militants killed by the Nigerian military in August, were buried today in the creeks of the Niger Delta. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA
RTR1GXLY
September 02, 2006
Ijaw militants hold their guns during a funeral service at the Oporoza creeks, in Gbaramatu Kingdom,...
Niger, Nigeria
Ijaw militants hold their guns during a funeral service at the Oporoza creeks in the volatile Niger Delta...
Ijaw militants hold their guns during a funeral service at the Oporoza creeks, in Gbaramatu Kingdom, in the volatile Niger Delta region September 2, 2006. Nine militants killed by the Nigerian military in August, were buried today in the creeks of the Niger Delta. REUTERS/George Esiri (NIGERIA)
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR1BN2L
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins (C) is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins (C) is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR1BN1P
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued photographs of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR1BMZZ
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued a photograph of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR1BMZT
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive at gunpoint by ethnic ljaw militants in the volatile...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is held captive with militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive at gunpoint by ethnic ljaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued photograph of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR16LSQ
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins (C) is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins (C) is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR16LRU
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is seen held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued photographs of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR16LPS
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger...
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive by ethnic Ijaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued a photograph of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGERIA HOSTAGES
RTR16LPO
February 24, 2006
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive at gunpoint by ethnic ljaw militants in the volatile...
Niger, Nigeria
US hostage Hawkins is held captive with militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta
United States hostage Macon Hawkins is held captive at gunpoint by ethnic ljaw militants in the volatile creeks of the Niger delta, Nigeria February 24, 2006. The militants seized nine men, three Americans, one Briton, two Egyptians, two Thais and one Filipino, from a barge run by U.S. oil services company Willbros last Saturday. The kidnappers issued photograph of the hostages to the media and allowed journalists contact with Hawkins on Friday. REUTERS/George Esiri
NIGER
RTXNNLL
July 22, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 01JU05- A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already...
Niger, Niger
-PHOTO TAKEN 01JU05- A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 01JU05- A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already among the poorest people on the planet, market traders, clerks and labourers in Niger are sacrificing what little they have to help millions of starving compatriots survive a devastating drought. Picture taken July 1, 2005.
NIGER
RTRGFEN
July 04, 2005
A Tuareg tribesman walks alongside camels through a remote region of southern Niger July 4, 2005. Nomadic...
Niger, United Kingdom
A Tuareg tribesman walks alongside camels through a remote region of southern Niger.
A Tuareg tribesman walks alongside camels through a remote region of southern Niger July 4, 2005. Nomadic Tuaregs are an often light-skinned ethnic minority who roam across the Sahel countries south of the Sahara, including Mali, Niger, Algeria, Mauritania and Burkina Faso. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly PP05070281 FOR/AH
NIGER HUNGER
RTRG7TF
July 02, 2005
Girls carry water from a well at a village in southern Niger, July 2, 2005. The worst drought in years...
Niger, United Kingdom
Girls carry water from a well at a village in southern Niger.
Girls carry water from a well at a village in southern Niger, July 2, 2005. The worst drought in years has left 3.6 million people short of food in the West African country. Already counted among the poorest of the world's poor, Niger's farmers simply cannot afford to buy what is still on offer. Their children, in ones and twos, are beginning to die, for want of a few cents worth of food. Poverty is killing them. As the Group of Eight industrialised countries meet in Scotland next week to discuss ways to help Africa, Niger's emaciated children provide a case study of rich world inaction. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/JK
NIGER HUNGER GENEROSITY
RTRIC0S
July 01, 2005
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already among the poorest...
Niger, Niger
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger.
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already among the poorest people on the planet, market traders, clerks and labourers in Niger are sacrificing what little they have to help millions of starving compatriots survive a devastating drought. Picture taken July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
NIGER HUNGER GENEROSITY
RTRIC0L
July 01, 2005
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already among the poorest...
Niger, Niger
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger.
A young boy takes a break from tilling a field in southern Niger July 1, 2005. Already among the poorest people on the planet, market traders, clerks and labourers in Niger are sacrificing what little they have to help millions of starving compatriots survive a devastating drought. Picture taken July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/KS
NIGER HUNGER
RTRG8D4
July 01, 2005
A girl works on a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. The worst drought in years has...
Niger
Girl works on field with family in southern Niger.
A girl works on a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. The worst drought in years has left 3.6 million people short of food in the West African country, but it is not just one failed harvest that lies at the root of the crisis. Already counted among the poorest of the world's poor, Niger's farmers simply cannot afford to buy what is still on offer. Their children are beginning to die for want of a few cents worth of food. Poverty is killing them. Picture taken July 1, 2005. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
NIGER HUNGER
RTRG7IC
July 01, 2005
A young girl works on a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. The worst drought in years...
Niger, United Kingdom
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Young girl works on field with family in southern Niger.
A young girl works on a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. The worst drought in years has left 3.6 million people short of food in the West African country. Already counted among the poorest of the world's poor, Niger's farmers simply cannot afford to buy what is still on offer. Their children, in ones and twos, are beginning to die, for want of a few cents worth of food. Poverty is killing them. As the Group of Eight industrialised countries meet in Scotland next week to discuss ways to help Africa, Niger's emaciated children provide a case study of rich world inaction. Picture taken July 1, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
NIGER NEGLECT
RTRG58D
July 01, 2005
A young girl takes a break from tilling a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. International...
Niger, Niger
A young girl takes a break from tilling a field with her family in southern Niger.
A young girl takes a break from tilling a field with her family in southern Niger July 1, 2005. International donors, including the European Union, ignored urgent calls for food aid for Niger, exposing thousands of children to the risk of dying of hunger, an official at a medical charity said on Friday. The situation in Niger highlights Africa's plight days ahead of next week's Group of Eight industrialised nations summit in Scotland, where Britain plans to put fighting poverty on the continent at the top of the agenda. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
NIGER HUNGER
RTRG7SB
June 30, 2005
Children watch as women pound millet at a village in southern Niger June 30, 2005. The worst drought...
Niger, United Kingdom
Children watch as women pound millet at village in southern Niger.
Children watch as women pound millet at a village in southern Niger June 30, 2005. The worst drought in years has left 3.6 million people short of food in the West African country. Already counted among the poorest of the world's poor, Niger's farmers simply cannot afford to buy what is still on offer. Their children, in ones and twos, are beginning to die, for want of a few cents worth of food. Poverty is killing them. As the Group of Eight industrialised countries meet in Scotland next week to discuss ways to help Africa, Niger's emaciated children provide a case study of rich world inaction. Picture taken June 30, 2005 REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly FOR/DY
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