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USA-LGBT/PORTRAITS
RTS16Q8O
June 12, 2017
Jao Belanders, 22, poses for a portrait during the Resist March against President Donald Trump in West...
West Hollywood, UNITED STATES
The Wider Image: Pride and protest in Hollywood
Jao Belanders, 22, poses for a portrait during the Resist March against President Donald Trump in West Hollywood, California, U.S., June 11, 2017. Belanders said: "Why so much hate? It baffles me how someone can have so much hate in their heart and inequality and think that's OK and that's power. As president, he should be a leader who inspires hope and change for the better and not influence people to think negatively of other people. It breaks my heart to see that." REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson SEARCH "NICHOLSON BLAKE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
Rio Olympics 2016
Rio Olympics 2016
The mystery of the green pool
10 PICTURES
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNC2
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBV
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBU
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBT
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBO
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SOCCER-SPAIN/REAL-DEGEA
RTX1QNBN
September 01, 2015
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near...
Las Rozas, Spain
Manchester United's goalkeeper De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid...
Manchester United's goalkeeper David De Gea of Spain arrives at Soccer City grounds in Las Rozas, near Madrid, September 1, 2015. De Gea was facing an uncertain future on Tuesday after his expected move to Real Madrid was apparently scuppered when the paperwork did not arrive at the Spanish league on time. REUTERS/Susana Vera
Malaysia Airlines Tragedies
Malaysia Airlines Tragedies
MH17 Bodies Arrive in Malaysia - 23 Aug 2014
14 PICTURES
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/MOURNING
RTR43BEH
August 22, 2014
The coffin of twenty-nine-year-old MH17 First Officer Ahmad Hakimi Hanapi is lowered during his burial...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The coffin of MH17 First Officer Hakimi Hanapi is lowered during his burial in Putrajaya
The coffin of twenty-nine-year-old MH17 First Officer Ahmad Hakimi Hanapi is lowered during his burial in Putrajaya August 22, 2014. People across Malaysia held a minute's silence and wore black on Friday as the Southeast Asian country observed a day of mourning to mark the return of the first 20 bodies among its citizens killed when a jetliner was downed last month. Malaysian Airlines (MAS) Flight MH17 crashed after apparently being struck by a missile over war-torn Ukraine on July 17, worsening a year of tragedy for the country following the baffling disappearance of another MAS flight in March. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (MALAYSIA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MALAYSIA-AIRLINES/MOURNING
RTR43BDI
August 22, 2014
Asmaa Aljuned, holding her nine-month-old son Abderrahman, throws dirt into the grave of her husband,...
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Asmaa Aljuned throws dirt into the grave of her husband MH17 First Officer Hakimi in Putrajaya
Asmaa Aljuned, holding her nine-month-old son Abderrahman, throws dirt into the grave of her husband, MH17 First Officer Ahmad Hakimi Hanapi, in Putrajaya August 22, 2014. People across Malaysia held a minute's silence and wore black on Friday as the Southeast Asian country observed a day of mourning to mark the return of the first 20 bodies among its citizens killed when a jetliner was downed last month. Malaysian Airlines (MAS) Flight MH17 crashed after apparently being struck by a missile over war-torn Ukraine on July 17, worsening a year of tragedy for the country following the baffling disappearance of another MAS flight in March. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (MALAYSIA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYBP
April 24, 2013
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive oin La Halle...
Nantes, France
French beekeeper Leroux works around a beehive in La Halle des Machines de l'Ile in Nantes
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive oin La Halle des Machines de l'Ile in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYBL
April 24, 2013
Bees are seen in their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013....
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
Bees are seen in their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu
Bees are seen in their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYBG
April 24, 2013
A bee is seen near its beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013....
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
A bee is seen near its beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu
A bee is seen near its beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYBF
April 24, 2013
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24,...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYBC
April 24, 2013
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24,...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYB6
April 24, 2013
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive...
Nantes, France
French beekeeper Yves Leroux checks a frame from a beehive in Nantes
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the number of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYB4
April 24, 2013
French beekeeper Jean-Claude Tanneau, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive...
Nantes, France
French beekeeper Tanneau works around a beehive on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes
French beekeeper Jean-Claude Tanneau, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, works around a beehive on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the number of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYB3
April 24, 2013
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24,...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu
Bees are seen near their beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYB2
April 24, 2013
French beekeepers Yves Leroux, a retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive in a...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
French beekeepers Yves Leroux inspects a frame from a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu...
French beekeepers Yves Leroux, a retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYAA
April 24, 2013
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check...
Nantes, France
French beekeepers Yves Leroux and Jean-Claude Tanneau check their beehives on the top of a blockhouse...
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check their beehives on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the number of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYA8
April 24, 2013
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
French beekeepers Yves Leroux and Jean-Claude Tanneau check a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de...
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYYA2
April 24, 2013
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check...
SAINT-AIGNAN DE GRAND LIEU, France
French beekeepers Yves Leroux and Jean-Claude Tanneau check a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de...
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check a beehive in a garden in Saint-Aignan de Grand Lieu, western France, April 24, 2013. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYY9R
April 24, 2013
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive...
Nantes, France
French beekeeper Yves Leroux checks a frame from a beehive in Nantes
French beekeeper Yves Leroux, who is retired and an amateur apiarist, checks a frame from a beehive on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in the numbers of bees, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
FRANCE-BEES/
RTXYY9M
April 24, 2013
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check...
Nantes, France
French beekeepers Yves Leroux and Jean-Claude Tanneau check their beehives on the top of a blockhouse...
French beekeepers Yves Leroux (R) and Jean-Claude Tanneau, who are retired and amateur apiarists, check their beehives on the top of a blockhouse in Nantes, western France, April 24, 2013. A new trend across Europe is to put bee colonies on city rooftops, taking advantage of the fact that bees adapt well to urban living and can target the many varieties of long-blooming inner-city greenery. A global decline in their numbers, the reasons for which are baffling scientists, is alarming everyone from farmers to European Union policy makers. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/TEPCO
RTR352W8
July 19, 2012
A man walking out is seen past Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)'s logo at the company headquarters in...
Tokyo, Japan
A man walking out is seen past Tokyo Electric Power Co's logo at the company headquarters in Tokyo
A man walking out is seen past Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)'s logo at the company headquarters in Tokyo July 19, 2012. TEPCO's new President Naomi Hirose, at the centre of Japan's nuclear disaster, said on Thursday he was baffled by fierce criticism of the firm where he has worked nearly 40 years and hoped to rebuild public trust but offered no clear idea how to do so. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS LOGO)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/TEPCO
RTR352W6
July 19, 2012
Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)'s logo is pictured at the company headquarters in Tokyo July 19, 2012....
Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)'s logo is pictured at the company headquarters in Tokyo
Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)'s logo is pictured at the company headquarters in Tokyo July 19, 2012. TEPCO's new President Naomi Hirose, at the centre of Japan's nuclear disaster, said on Thursday he was baffled by fierce criticism of the firm where he has worked nearly 40 years and hoped to rebuild public trust but offered no clear idea how to do so. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS LOGO)
JAPAN-NUCLEAR/TEPCO
RTR352W5
July 19, 2012
A security guard adjusts his hat bearing a logo of Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) in front of the company...
Tokyo, Japan
A security guard adjusts his hat bearing a logo of Tokyo Electric Power in front of the company headquarters...
A security guard adjusts his hat bearing a logo of Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) in front of the company headquarters in Tokyo July 19, 2012. TEPCO's new President Naomi Hirose, at the centre of Japan's nuclear disaster, said on Thursday he was baffled by fierce criticism of the firm where he has worked nearly 40 years and hoped to rebuild public trust but offered no clear idea how to do so. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY BUSINESS LOGO)
AFGHANISTAN-KILLING/VILLAGE
RTR2YMI6
February 29, 2012
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan...
Salang, Afghanistan
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan...
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan Interior Ministry, cries as she speaks during an interview in Salang district, Parwan province, February 28, 2012. Family and friends are baffled how a policeman who grew up in one of Afghanistan's most peaceful areas may have carried out the high-profile murder of two U.S. officers that has rattled NATO and the Kabul government. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEADSHOT)
AFGHANISTAN-KILLING/VILLAGE
RTR2YMI0
February 29, 2012
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior...
Salang, Afghanistan
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior...
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior Ministry, speaks during an interview in Salang district, Parwan province, February 28, 2012. Family and friends are baffled how a policeman who grew up in one of Afghanistan's most peaceful areas may have carried out the high-profile murder of two U.S. officers that has rattled NATO and the Kabul government. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
AFGHANISTAN-KILLING/VILLAGE
RTR2YMHW
February 29, 2012
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior...
Salang, Afghanistan
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior...
Gul Bibi, the mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Interior Ministry, speaks during an interview in Salang district, Parwan province, February 28, 2012. Family and friends are baffled how a policeman who grew up in one of Afghanistan's most peaceful areas may have carried out the high-profile murder of two U.S. officers that has rattled NATO and the Kabul government. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST HEADSHOT)
AFGHANISTAN-KILLING/VILLAGE
RTR2YMHI
February 29, 2012
The mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan Interior...
Salang, Afghanistan
Mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan Interior Ministry,...
The mother of Abdul Saboor, the chief suspect in the murder of two U.S. officers at the Afghan Interior Ministry, speaks during an interview in Salang district, Parwan province February 28, 2012. Family and friends are baffled how the policeman who grew up in one of Afghanistan's most peaceful areas may have carried out the high-profile murder of two U.S. officers that has rattled NATO and the Kabul government. Picture taken February 28, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: CRIME LAW)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJSD
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJSC
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is seen along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is seen along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany
Masses of seaweed is seen along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJRQ
August 02, 2011
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJRP
August 02, 2011
A cameraman shoot the closed entrance of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
A cameraman shoot the closed entrance of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. The placard reads "danger" and "no admittance". REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJRF
August 02, 2011
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJR8
August 02, 2011
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
MORIEUX, France
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to...
View of the Saint-Maurice beach where most of dead wild boars were found and which has been closed to the public in Morieux, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJR0
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
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August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQY
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQX
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQT
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQS
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQP
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
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August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQK
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQI
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
FRANCE-ALGAE/
RTR2PJQH
August 02, 2011
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany,...
SAINT-MICHEL-EN-GREVE, France
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany...
Masses of seaweed is cleared away along the French coastline at Saint Michel-en-Greve, Northern Brittany, August 2, 2011. The mysterious death of 36 wild boars on France's northwestern coast baffled authorities on Tuesday after tests suggested large amounts of rotting seaweed strewn across beaches may not be to blame. Environmentalists had said that toxic, foul-smelling hydrogen sulfide gas emitted by the rotting seaweed had poisoned the animals in the Cotes d'Armor region of Brittany. Ecologists say that nitrates pollution in rivers from fertilisers used in intensive farming has boosted the growth of algae along France's coastline. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER TRAVEL)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
Employee Klaus Schacherer of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with beetroot...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with beetroot sprouts in...
Employee Klaus Schacherer of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with beetroot sprouts in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
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June 06, 2011
Employee Klaus Schacherer of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with sprouts...
Berlin, Germany
Schacherer of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with sprouts in Berlin...
Employee Klaus Schacherer of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' carries a box with sprouts in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
Bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June...
Berlin, Germany
Bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin
Bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
Beansprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
Beansprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin
Beansprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
An employee carries a box of beansprouts at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
An employee carries a box of beansprouts at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin...
An employee carries a box of beansprouts at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCUT
June 06, 2011
Packs of bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in...
Berlin, Germany
Packs of bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in...
Packs of bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
A mixture of ready-packed bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur'...
Berlin, Germany
A mixture of bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur'...
A mixture of ready-packed bean and salad sprouts are pictured at Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
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June 06, 2011
Employee Wolfgang Funkhauser of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture of bean and salad sprouts...
Employee Wolfgang Funkhauser of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture of bean and salad sprouts in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCUI
June 06, 2011
Employee Wolfgang Funkhauser of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture...
Berlin, Germany
Employee of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture of bean and salad sprouts...
Employee Wolfgang Funkhauser of Berlin's sprouts manufacturer 'Sprossenmanufaktur' displays a mixture of bean and salad sprouts in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm near Hanover that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCRC
June 06, 2011
Beansprouts in a container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin June 6, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
Beansprouts in container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin
Beansprouts in a container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NCRB
June 06, 2011
Beansprouts in a container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin June 6, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
Beansprouts in container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin
Beansprouts in a container of water are seen in this picture illustration taken in Berlin June 6, 2011. The managing director of a German organic farm that might be at the centre of a deadly E.coli outbreak said on Monday he was baffled that his beansprouts are suspected of causing such devastation. German officials said on Sunday the beansprouts of Klaus Verbeck, the head of the "Gaertnerhof Bienenbuettel", could be the source of the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) outbreak that has killed 22 and made more than 2,200 people ill across Europe. The farm has been shut, produce recalled and further test results are due on Monday. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
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