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AUSTRIA/
RTX120EU
July 26, 2013
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf about 50 km (31 miles)...
MATZENDORF, Austria
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf about 50 km (31 miles) south of Austria's capital Vienna July 26, 2013. Austria has been hit by a heat wave with temperatures in Vienna forecast to rise to 36 degrees Celsius (97 Fahrenheit) in the coming days. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR39NXO
October 27, 2012
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown, Maryland October...
BUCKEYSTOWN, UNITED STATES
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown, Maryland October 27, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
Germany/
RTR39JZG
October 25, 2012
Wilting wild rose flowers are seen over dead leaves on a cold and misty autumn morning in Hanau, 35 km...
Hanau, Germany
Wilting wild rose flowers are seen over dead leaves on a cold and misty autumn morning in Hanau
Wilting wild rose flowers are seen over dead leaves on a cold and misty autumn morning in Hanau, 35 km south of Frankfurt, October 25, 2012. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BALKANS/WILDFIRES
RTR37ELJ
September 02, 2012
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August...
Mavrovo, Macedonia
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August 31, 2012. The western Balkans has been hit by an ongoing heat wave that has seen temperatures over 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit), triggering hundreds of wildfires. The Miller and Farmer Association in Macedonia says the country had to import more than 60 percent of their agriculture needs this year, resulting in economic losses from higher bred prices, according to local media. Picture taken August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BALKANS/WILDFIRES
RTR37EKK
September 02, 2012
Sunflowers are seen on a dried field near the village of Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from...
Mavrovo, Macedonia
Sunflowers are seen on dried field near village of Ergelija village
Sunflowers are seen on a dried field near the village of Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August 31, 2012. The western Balkans has been hit by an ongoing heat wave that has seen temperatures over 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit), triggering hundreds of wildfires. The Miller and Farmer Association in Macedonia says the country had to import more than 60 percent of their agriculture needs this year, resulting in economic losses from higher bred prices, according to local media. Picture taken August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370MB
August 21, 2012
Sheep graze on a drought-hit pasture in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die...
Djakovo, Croatia
Sheep graze on a drought-hit pasture in Koritna
Sheep graze on a drought-hit pasture in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ANIMALS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370M8
August 21, 2012
An irrigation system waters corn crops on a field in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops...
Djakovo, Croatia
An irrigation system waters corn crops on a field in Koritna
An irrigation system waters corn crops on a field in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370M6
August 21, 2012
An irrigation system is seen on a corn field in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt...
Djakovo, Croatia
An irrigation system is seen on a corn field in Koritna
An irrigation system is seen on a corn field in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370M3
August 21, 2012
Mirko Miladinovic (R), a farmer, watches as an irrigation system waters a corn field, with his brother...
Djakovo, Croatia
Farmers watch as an irrigation system waters a corn field in Koritna
Mirko Miladinovic (R), a farmer, watches as an irrigation system waters a corn field, with his brother and godfather, in Koritna, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370LX
August 21, 2012
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As...
Djakovo, Croatia
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370LW
August 21, 2012
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As...
Djakovo, Croatia
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370LU
August 21, 2012
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012....
Djakovo, Croatia
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370LT
August 21, 2012
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As...
Djakovo, Croatia
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje
Wilted corn crops are seen in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370LO
August 21, 2012
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012....
Djakovo, Croatia
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370L4
August 21, 2012
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia...
Djakovo, Croatia
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects wilted sunflowers in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370L3
August 21, 2012
A view shows a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die...
Djakovo, Croatia
A view shows a drought-stricken field in Drenje
A view shows a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370L0
August 21, 2012
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, displays wilted crop in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia...
Djakovo, Croatia
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, displays wilted crop in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, displays wilted crop in a drought-stricken field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KX
August 21, 2012
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby...
Djakovo, Croatia
A farmer inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby river, in...
Zeljko Fabric, a farmer, inspects damage along an irrigation canal, which has dried up along with a nearby river, in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KI
August 21, 2012
Cracks appear on the soil of a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops...
Djakovo, Croatia
Cracks appear on the soil of a drought-hit field in Drenje
Cracks appear on the soil of a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KH
August 21, 2012
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As...
Djakovo, Croatia
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-hit field in Drenje
A view shows wilted sunflowers in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KF
August 21, 2012
A farmer operates a tractor on a barren field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt...
Djakovo, Croatia
A farmer operates a tractor on a barren field in Drenje
A farmer operates a tractor on a barren field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KE
August 21, 2012
A sunflower damaged by drought is seen in a field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops...
Djakovo, Croatia
A sunflower damaged by drought is seen in a field in Drenje
A sunflower damaged by drought is seen in a field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR370KD
August 21, 2012
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012....
Djakovo, Croatia
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje
Farmers gather corn with a tractor in a drought-hit field in Drenje, eastern Croatia August 21, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. The harsh weather in eastern and southern Europe has caused huge profit losses across the region, with the otherwise fertile plains in the Slavonia and Baranja regions in eastern Croatia suffering crop damage of up to $250 million. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR37000
August 21, 2012
A worker milks a cow at a farm in Kalesija August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker milks a cow at a farm in Kalesija
A worker milks a cow at a farm in Kalesija August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZZ
August 21, 2012
A worker checks on a corn plant at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought,...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker checks on a corn plant at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought,...
A worker checks on a corn plant at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought, in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZS
August 21, 2012
A worker walks at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought, in Kalesija,...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker walks at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought, in Kalesija...
A worker walks at a farm, which has experienced a decline in corn growth due to a drought, in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZQ
August 21, 2012
A worker provides cows with hay to eat at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker provides cows with hay to eat at a farm in Kalesija
A worker provides cows with hay to eat at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZL
August 21, 2012
A worker shovels hay beside a cow at a farm, which experienced a decline in growth of corn due to a drought,...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker shovels hay beside a cow at a farm, which experienced a decline in growth of corn due to a drought,...
A worker shovels hay beside a cow at a farm, which experienced a decline in growth of corn due to a drought, in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZJ
August 21, 2012
A worker milks cows at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A worker milks cows at a farm in Kalesija
A worker milks cows at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BALKANS-DROUGHT/
RTR36ZZF
August 21, 2012
Cows are seen at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck...
KALESIJA, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Cows are seen at a farm in Kalesija
Cows are seen at a farm in Kalesija, August 16, 2012. As crops wilt and die in the Balkans, farmers struck down by a particularly harsh drought this year are rueing the region's failure to upgrade irrigation networks and invest in a long-term agricultural strategy. Picture taken August 16, 2012. To match story BALKANS-DROUGHT/ REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352B1
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AZ
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AY
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012....
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AX
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AW
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AV
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AU
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AT
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn on his farm in Dale...
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought condition in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AS
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn on his farm in Dale...
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought condition in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AR
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AQ
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AP
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds corn in the field on his farm in Dale
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought condition in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AO
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds drought-effect corn on his farm in Dale
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought condition in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AN
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Evansville, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AL
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Jasper, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/ John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AK
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Jasper, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper,
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/ John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AJ
July 19, 2012
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AI
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Jasper, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/ John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AE
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AD
July 19, 2012
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012....
Jasper, UNITED STATES
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper
Corn plants struggle to survive in a drought-stricken farm field near Jasper, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/ John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AC
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds corn on his farm in Dale
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought condition in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AB
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton, Indiana,...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT
RTR352AA
July 19, 2012
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his...
DALE, UNITED STATES
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm cuts and grinds corn to make feed for his cattle in Dale
Tom Lubbehusen, owner of Lubbehusen Farm, cuts and grinds the drought-effect corn in the field on his farm to make feed for his cattle as the corn was damaged from drought conditions in Dale, Indiana July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352A9
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton, Indiana,...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field next to dried out hay fields in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352A8
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352A7
July 19, 2012
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field in Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352A6
July 19, 2012
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat...
Princeton, UNITED STATES
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton
Drought-stricken soybean plants grow in a field near Princeton, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
DEUTSCHEBANK/
RTR2X748
February 02, 2012
Protestors hold a placard reading "Deutsche Bank out of the tax oasis" during a demonstration by the...
Frankfurt, Germany
Attac protestors demonstrate outside Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt
Protestors hold a placard reading "Deutsche Bank out of the tax oasis" during a demonstration by the alter-globalization movement Attac prior to Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt, February 2, 2012. Deutsche Bank posted a fourth-quarter pretax loss after investment banking wilted amid the sovereign debt crisis, and as bad investments and litigation charges spoiled Josef Ackermann's final earnings presentation as chief executive. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
DEUTSCHEBANK/
RTR2X6XD
February 02, 2012
A protestor dressed as a policeman (C) and a woman acting as a prosecutor make a mock arrest of a man...
Frankfurt, Germany
Attac protestors demonstrate outside Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt
A protestor dressed as a policeman (C) and a woman acting as a prosecutor make a mock arrest of a man wearing a mask of Josef Ackermann, outgoing CEO of Germany's largest business bank, Deutsche Bank AG, during a demonstration by the alter-globalization movement Attac prior to Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt, February 2, 2012. Deutsche Bank posted a fourth-quarter pretax loss after investment banking wilted amid the sovereign debt crisis, and as bad investments and litigation charges spoiled Josef Ackermann's final earnings presentation as chief executive. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
DEUTSCHEBANK/
RTR2X6X9
February 02, 2012
A protestor dressed as a policeman (R) makes a mock arrest of a man wearing a mask of Josef Ackermann,...
Frankfurt, Germany
Attac protestors demonstrate outside Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt
A protestor dressed as a policeman (R) makes a mock arrest of a man wearing a mask of Josef Ackermann, outgoing CEO of Germany's largest business bank, Deutsche Bank AG, during a demonstration by the alter-globalization movement Attac prior to Deutsche Bank's annual news conference in Frankfurt, February 2, 2012. Deutsche Bank posted a fourth-quarter pretax loss after investment banking wilted amid the sovereign debt crisis, and as bad investments and litigation charges spoiled Josef Ackermann's final earnings presentation as chief executive. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST)
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