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INDIA/
RTXQR2P
November 15, 2009
A farmer and his family work at their cauliflower field amid dense fog during early morning on the outskirts...
Chandigarh, India
A farmer and his family work at their cauliflower field on the outskirts of Chandigarh
A farmer and his family work at their cauliflower field amid dense fog during early morning on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Chandigarh November 15, 2009. India's food prices declined by 1 percent from the previous month's level, while minerals and industrial fuels were each costlier by 3 percent. REUTERS/Ajay Verma (INDIA AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN/
RTXER52
May 05, 2009
A labourer loads cauliflowers onto a truck at an outdoor market on the outskirts of Islamabad May 5,...
Islamabad, Pakistan
A labourer loads cauliflowers onto a truck at an outdoor market on the outskirts of Islamabad
A labourer loads cauliflowers onto a truck at an outdoor market on the outskirts of Islamabad May 5, 2009. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN SOCIETY BUSINESS)
MEXICO-GARDENS/
RTR20ISP
July 31, 2008
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, and Maria Fernanda, 4, show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in...
Mexico City, Mexico
Galdino Gonzalez and Maria Fernanda show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa...
Galdino Gonzalez, 56, and Maria Fernanda, 4, show an urban vegetable garden to Reuters journalists in the Iztapalapa district, Mexico City, July 31, 2008. Under the rule of the ancient Aztecs, Mexico City was a maze of canals and floating gardens that grew corn and beans to feed the masses. Hundreds of years later, the government of this concrete metropolis of 20 million people is promoting urban vegetable gardens as a way to ease the burden of soaring food prices faced by poor families. Over 20 urban vegetable patches have been planted since last year, some in areas formerly used to dump trash, and the city government wants to build at least 20 more. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO)
CHINA-VEGETABLES/
RTR1WJ6X
February 01, 2008
A worker prepares heads of cauliflower to be loaded at a wholesale vegetable market in Shouguang, Shandong...
SHOUGUANG, China
To match feature CHINA-VEGETABLES/
A worker prepares heads of cauliflower to be loaded at a wholesale vegetable market in Shouguang, Shandong province January 29, 2008. For most Chinese people, at least in cities, the recent surge in food prices has been a decidedly unwelcome development. But here at one of the country's biggest wholesale vegetable markets, many see a silver lining. Picture taken January 29, 2008. To match feature CHINA-VEGETABLES REUTERS/Jason Subler (CHINA)
ARGENTINA-URUGUAY/ENVIRONMENT
RTXAKQ
November 13, 2007
A cameraman films cauliflowers being boiled during a protest staged by environmental activists near the...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A cameraman films cauliflowers being boiled during a protest staged by environmental activists near Uruguayan...
A cameraman films cauliflowers being boiled during a protest staged by environmental activists near the Uruguayan embassy in Buenos Aires November 13, 2007. The activists are rallying against the Finnish Metsa-Botnia pulp mill located in Fray Bentos on the Uruguay river across the border from Argentina's city of Gualeguaychu, saying that the mill's operations will pollute the surrounding area. The activists also say that the odour of the cauliflowers being boiled is similar to that generated by the mill since it started operation. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA)
DESERT-EGYPT/
RTR1UP3S
October 08, 2007
A worker plants garlic between orange plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September...
NILE, Egypt
To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/
A worker plants garlic between orange plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks like a mirage but the lush fields of cauliflower, apricot trees and melon growing among a vast stretch of sand north of Cairo's pyramids is all too real -- proof of Egypt's determination to turn its deserts green. Picture taken September 20, 2007. To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/ REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
DESERT-EGYPT/
RTR1UP3R
October 08, 2007
Women workers water plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It...
NILE, Egypt
To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/
Women workers water plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks like a mirage but the lush fields of cauliflower, apricot trees and melon growing among a vast stretch of sand north of Cairo's pyramids is all too real -- proof of Egypt's determination to turn its deserts green. Picture taken September 20, 2007. To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/ REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
DESERT-EGYPT/
RTR1UP3N
October 08, 2007
Workers transplant new seedlings at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007....
NILE, Egypt
To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/
Workers transplant new seedlings at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks like a mirage but the lush fields of cauliflower, apricot trees and melon growing among a vast stretch of sand north of Cairo's pyramids is all too real -- proof of Egypt's determination to turn its deserts green. Picture taken September 20, 2007. To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/ REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
DESERT-EGYPT/
RTR1UP3K
October 08, 2007
Workers till a field at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks...
NILE, Egypt
To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/
Workers till a field at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks like a mirage but the lush fields of cauliflower, apricot trees and melon growing among a vast stretch of sand north of Cairo's pyramids is all too real -- proof of Egypt's determination to turn its deserts green. Picture taken September 20, 2007. To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/ REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
DESERT-EGYPT/
RTR1UP3E
October 08, 2007
A worker plants garlic between orange plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September...
NILE, Egypt
To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/
A worker plants garlic between orange plants at the Desert Development Center in the Nile Delta, September 20, 2007. It looks like a mirage but the lush fields of cauliflower, apricot trees and melon growing among a vast stretch of sand north of Cairo's pyramids is all too real -- proof of Egypt's determination to turn its deserts green. Picture taken September 20, 2007. To match feature DESERT-EGYPT/ REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (EGYPT)
CHINA MARKET
RTR1LMMM
January 26, 2007
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province...
China
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1QVRP
January 25, 2007
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east...
China
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east...
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
CHINA-ECONOMY/
RTR1LLD3
January 25, 2007
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province...
Nanjing, China
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing
A customer selects cauliflower at a vegetable wholesale market in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA) Also see image GF2DVMTIPDAA
BANGLADESH/
RTR1L7ET
January 15, 2007
Labourers unload cauliflowers from trucks at a market in Dhaka January 15, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Labourers unload cauliflowers from trucks at a market in Dhaka
Labourers unload cauliflowers from trucks at a market in Dhaka January 15, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
BANGLADESH/
RTR1L7EI
January 15, 2007
A labourer unloads cauliflower at a market in Dhaka January 15, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
A labourer unloads cauliflower at a market in Dhaka
A labourer unloads cauliflower at a market in Dhaka January 15, 2007. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
ENVIRONMENT CHINA WETLANDS
RTR1CHGC
April 14, 2006
A Chinese woman pauses as she collects cauliflowers in a field near the wetland area in Chongming island,...
Chongming, China
Woman pauses as she collects cauliflowers in a field near the wetland area in Chongming island
A Chinese woman pauses as she collects cauliflowers in a field near the wetland area in Chongming island, China April 4, 2006. The Chinese government hails Dongtan, a new city that is planed to be built in the eastern part of Chongming island, as a model for others to mimic and promises to protect the environment of the island, which is just bigger than Cyprus and sits in the mouth of the Yangtze River. All vehicles will be electric, and the construction process aims to be "sustainable", while the wetlands ecosystem will be protected with a special "buffer zone" separating it from the new city. Picture taken April 4, 2006. REUTERS/Nir Elias
BANGLADESH
RTXN3NM
December 26, 2004
-PHOTO TAKEN 24DEC04- Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near the capital Dhaka December...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
-PHOTO TAKEN 24DEC04- Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near the capital Dhaka .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24DEC04- Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near the capital Dhaka December 24, 2004. Photo taken December 24.
BANGLADESH
RTRIXOZ
December 24, 2004
Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near the capital Dhaka December 24, 2004. Photo...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near Dhaka.
Bangladeshi farmers transport cauliflowers to a market near the capital Dhaka December 24, 2004. Photo taken December 24. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman RR/FA
INDIA
RTRBHU8
October 03, 2002
An Indian vegetable vendor, with a basket of cauliflower on his head,
walks beside a wall bearing an...
Calcutta, Republic of India
AN INDIAN VEGETABLE VENDOR WALKS BESIDE A WALL BEARING AN IMAGE OF
MOTHER TERESA IN CALCUTTA.
An Indian vegetable vendor, with a basket of cauliflower on his head,
walks beside a wall bearing an image of Nobel Peace-prize winner Mother
Teresa in the eastern Indian city of Calcutta on October 3, 2002.
Mother Teresa, who founded the Missionaries of Charity order in
Calcutta to help the poorest of the poor, moved one step closer to
sainthood on Tuesday when the Vatican formally declared that she had
peformed a miracle by curing an Indian woman who had a stomach tumour.
REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw

JS/CP
MAYON VOLCANO
RTXKOEQ
July 30, 2001
A Filipino villager riding on a carabao cart looks back at the Mayon volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi...
Legazpi, Philippines
A Filipino villager riding on a carabao cart looks back at the Mayon volcano on the outskirts of Leg.....
A Filipino villager riding on a carabao cart looks back at the Mayon volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi July 30, 2001. Some villagers continue to venture into the danger zones to check or work on their properties. The volcano on Monday remained restive after an eruption last week spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash reaching up to 10 kilometers into the air.
PHILIPPINES
RTRL7FW
July 30, 2001
A trail of white steam escapes from Mount Mayon volcano in Legazpi,
south of Manila, July 30, 2001....
Legazpi, Philippines - Republic of
WHITE STEAM ESCAPES FROM MOUNT MAYON VOLCANO IN THE PHILIPPINES.
A trail of white steam escapes from Mount Mayon volcano in Legazpi,
south of Manila, July 30, 2001. Some villagers continue to venture into
the danger zones to check or work on their properties. The volcano on
Monday remained restive after an eruption last week spewed a huge
volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that formed a cauliflower-shaped
column of ash reaching up to 10 kilometers into the air.

RR/RCS
PHILIPPINES
RTRL7FM
July 30, 2001
A Filipino villager riding on a carabao cart looks back at the Mayon
volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi...
Legazpi, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO VILLAGER LOOKS BACK AT SMOKING MOUNT MAYON VOLCANO.
A Filipino villager riding on a carabao cart looks back at the Mayon
volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi July 30, 2001. Some villagers
continue to venture into the danger zones to check or work on their
properties. The volcano on Monday remained restive after an eruption
last week spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that
formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash reaching up to 10 kilometers
into the air.

RR/RCS
PHILIPPINES
RTRL7FH
July 30, 2001
A Filipino villager cuts grass growing in his small lot near the Mayon
volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi...
Legazpi, Philippines - Republic of
A FILIPINO VILLAGER CUTS GRASS GROWING IN HIS SMALL LOT NEAR FROM THE
MAYON VOLCANO IN LEGAZPI.
A Filipino villager cuts grass growing in his small lot near the Mayon
volcano on the outskirts of Legazpi July 30, 2001. Some villagers
continue to venture into the danger zones to check or work on their
properties. The volcano on Monday remained restive after an eruption
last week spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that
formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash reaching up to 10 kilometers
into the air.

RR/JD
MAYON VOLCANO
RTXKNQK
July 27, 2001
Filipino residents sweep ash from the street of Legaspi, south of Manila July 27, 2001, following an...
Legazpi, Philippines
Filipino residents sweep ash from the street of Legaspi, south of Manila July 27, 2001, following an.....
Filipino residents sweep ash from the street of Legaspi, south of Manila July 27, 2001, following an eruption by Mount Mayon on Thursday. The volcano spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash reaching up to nearly 10 kilometers into the air.
PHILIPPINES-VOLCANO
RTRL4YE
July 27, 2001
Filipino residents use brooms to clean their rooftop, covered in ash
from the nearby volcano Mount Mayon...
Legazpi, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO RESIDENTS USE BROOMS TO CLEAN ASH FROM THEIR ROOF.
Filipino residents use brooms to clean their rooftop, covered in ash
from the nearby volcano Mount Mayon in Legaspi, south of Manila July
27, 2001. The volcano spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic
debris on Thursday that formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash
reaching up to 10 kilometers into the air.

RR/RCS
PHILIPPINES-VOLCANO
RTRL4Y9
July 27, 2001
Filipino residents sweep ash from the street of Legaspi, south of
Manila July 27, 2001, following an...
Legazpi, Philippines - Republic of
FILIPINO RESIDENTS SWEEP ASH FROM STREETS IN LEGAZPI.
Filipino residents sweep ash from the street of Legaspi, south of
Manila July 27, 2001, following an eruption by Mount Mayon on Thursday.
The volcano spewed a huge volume of lava and pyroclastic debris that
formed a cauliflower-shaped column of ash reaching up to nearly 10
kilometers into the air.

RR/RCS
MIDEAST HANDOVER
RTRB4J
January 14, 2000
Wajdi Arafi,35, tends his cauliflower garden January 14, outside what appears to be a future Palestinian...
Jerusalem, Israel - State of
MAN TENDS A VEGETABLE GARDEN OUTSIDE A FUTURE PALESTINIAN PARLIAMENT BUILDING.
Wajdi Arafi,35, tends his cauliflower garden January 14, outside what appears to be a future Palestinian parliament building just over the Jerusalem municipal boundaries in the town of Abu Dis. Inside the building is a massive hall, including a speaker's platform, and stepped circular rows wide enough to hold individual parliamentarian desks. Ahmed Korei, a senior Palestinain negotiator told Reuters on Friday that there are deliberations with Israel on the future status of Abu Dis, however, Israeli officials remain divided on whether the town on the outskirts of Arab East Jerusalem would be included in a further Israeli withdrawl from the West Bank.

JWH
TRITTIN
RTXI0GI
September 24, 1998
Juergen Trittin, speaker of the Green party, holds a cauliflower and a cabbage during an electoral auction...
Hanover, Germany
Juergen Trittin, speaker of the Green party, holds a cauliflower and a cabbage during an electoral a.....
Juergen Trittin, speaker of the Green party, holds a cauliflower and a cabbage during an electoral auction of the Greens in Hanover September 24. [Trittin made fun of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's name because the German translation of Kohl means cabbage.] Some 60.5 million eligible Germans are called to vote for a new parliament in general election on Sunday September 27.
GERMANY ELECTION
RTRHLPE
September 24, 1998
Juergen Trittin, speaker of the Green party, holds a cauliflower and a cabbage during an electoral auction...
Hanover, Germany
JUERGEN TRITTIN HOLDS CABBAGES DURING ELECTION RALLY OF THE GREENS PARTY IN HANOVER.
Juergen Trittin, speaker of the Green party, holds a cauliflower and a cabbage during an electoral auction of the Greens in Hanover September 24. Trittin made fun of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's name because the German translation of Kohl means cabbage. Some 60.5 million eligible Germans are called to vote for a new parliament in general election on Sunday September 27.

CHA/CLH/
FRANCE
RTXIEPP
April 17, 1998
French cauliflower farmers unions representatives (left to right Jacques Jaouen, Thierry Merret, Jean-Francois...
French cauliflower farmers unions representatives (left to right Jacques Jaouen, Thierry Merret, Jea.....
French cauliflower farmers unions representatives (left to right Jacques Jaouen, Thierry Merret, Jean-Francois Jacob, Alexis Gourvennec) sit at the negociation table while French Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec (L) speaks with one of his aid at the begining of the meeting in Paris, April 17. Cauliflower farmers from Britanny have disrupted road and traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more state aid.
FRANCE
RTXIEP5
April 17, 1998
Jean Marc Roue, local union leader from Saint Pol de Leon (L) adresses french cauliflowers farmers blocking...
Jean Marc Roue, local union leader from Saint Pol de Leon (L) adresses french cauliflowers farmers b.....
Jean Marc Roue, local union leader from Saint Pol de Leon (L) adresses french cauliflowers farmers blocking a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupted roads and traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. [Unions representatives met April 17 french Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec to discuss the crisis.]
FRANCE
RTXIEP4
April 17, 1998
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted road...
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted ro.....
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted road and traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. [Unions representatives met April 17 french Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec to discuss the crisis.]
FRANCE
RTXIEOV
April 17, 1998
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted road...
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted ro.....
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupeted road and traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. [Unions representatives met April 17 french Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec to discuss the crisis.]
RTRD8RK
April 17, 1998
Jean Marc Roue, local union leader from Saint Pol de Leon (L) addresses French cauliflowers farmers blocking...
France
LOCAL UNION LEADER ADDRESSES FRENCH CAULIFLOWER FARMERS.
Jean Marc Roue, local union leader from Saint Pol de Leon (L) addresses French cauliflowers farmers blocking a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny April 17. The farmers disrupted traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. Unions representatives met French Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec April 17 to discuss the crisis.

REUTERS
RTRD8RB
April 17, 1998
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny April 17. The farmers have disrupted...
France
FRENCH CAULIFLOWER FARMERS BLOCK A BRIDGE AT MORLAIX.
French cauliflowers farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny April 17. The farmers have disrupted traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. Unions representatives met French Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec April 17 to discuss the crisis.

REUTERS
RTRD8R5
April 17, 1998
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupted road...
France
FRENCH CAULIFLOWER FARMERS BLOCKS A BRIDGE AT MORLAIX TO PRESS DEMANDS FOR MORE AID.
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 17. The farmers disrupted road and traffic in western France over the past week to press demands for more aid. Unions representatives met April 17 French Agriculture Minister Louis Le Pensec to discuss the crisis.

REUTERS
FRANCE
RTXIEZW
April 14, 1998
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany...
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Bri.....
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany are calling for government aid following a fall in the price of their produce.
FRANCE
RTXIEZV
April 14, 1998
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany...
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Bri.....
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany are calling for government aid following a fall in the price of their produce.
RTRD60I
April 14, 1998
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany...
France
FRENCH CAULIFLOWER FARMERS BLOCK THE ROAD IN BRITTANY
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany are calling for government aid following a fall in the price of their produce.

FRANCE FARMERS
RTRD5XY
April 14, 1998
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany...
France
CAULIFLOWER FARMERS BLOCK A BRIDGE IN MORLAIX
French cauliflower farmers block a bridge in Morlaix, Britanny, April 14. Cauliflower farmers in Brittany are calling for government aid following a fall in the price of their produce.

FRANCE FARMERS
FRANCE
RTXIF4N
April 12, 1998
Police armed with rifles watch firemen extinguishing railbeds set on fire after a french cauliflower...
Police armed with rifles watch firemen extinguishing railbeds set on fire after a french cauliflower.....
Police armed with rifles watch firemen extinguishing railbeds set on fire after a french cauliflower farmers protest at the railway station of Pleyber-christ , near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11. The farmers, angry over falling prices, blocked rail lines in Britanny demanding state aid to offset losses. Farm [Minister Louis le Pensec] criticised the protesters, saying their actions had tarnished the image of all french farmers.
FRANCE
RTXIF45
April 12, 1998
French farmers spread cauliflowers on the road at Taule, near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11....
French farmers spread cauliflowers on the road at Taule, near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11.....
French farmers spread cauliflowers on the road at Taule, near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11. The farmers, angry over falling prices, also blocked rail lines in Britanny demanding state aid to offset losses. Farm [Minister Louis le Pensec] criticised the protesters, saying their actions had tarnished the image of all french farmers.
RTRD4I7
April 12, 1998
Police armed with rifles watch firemen extinguishing railbeds set on fire after a french cauliflower...
France
FRENCH CAULIFLOWERS FARMERS PROTEST NEAR MORLAIX
Police armed with rifles watch firemen extinguishing railbeds set on fire after a french cauliflower farmers protest at the railway station of Pleyber-christ , near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11. The farmers, angry over falling prices, blocked rail lines in Britanny demanding state aid to offset losses. Farm Minister Louis le Pensec criticised the protesters, saying their actions had tarnished the image of all french farmers.

FRANCE-FARMERS
RTRD4HI
April 12, 1998
French farmers spread cauliflowers on the road at Taule, near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11....
France
FRENCH CAULIFLOWERS FARMERS PROTEST NEAR MORLAIX
French farmers spread cauliflowers on the road at Taule, near the Britanny town of Morlaix, April 11. The farmers, angry over falling prices, also blocked rail lines in Britanny demanding state aid to offset losses. Farm Minister Louis le Pensec criticised the protesters, saying their actions had tarnished the image of all french farmers.

FRANCE-FARMERS
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