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STORM-MATTHEW/
RTX2PM8S
October 20, 2016
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit...
Jeremie, Haiti
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit...
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit Jeremie, Haiti, October 19, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
STORM-MATTHEW/
RTX2PM5Q
October 20, 2016
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit...
Jeremie, Haiti
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit...
A man shares his sack of beans with relatives during a food distribution after Hurricane Matthew hit Jeremie, Haiti, October 19, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
FRANCE/
RTX11X2A
July 24, 2013
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Paris, France
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen...
Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE/
RTX11X27
July 24, 2013
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad...
Paris, France
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses on the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof...
Sibylle, biotechnology engineering student, poses with Orgeval yellow courgettes, chives, parsley, broad beans and spring onions from the vegetable kitchen garden installed on the roof of La Mutualite building in Paris July 23, 2013. This rooftop urban vegetable patch is managed by Sibylle for the French Chef Eric Castandet to supply fresh seasonal produce to the restaurant 'Terroir Parisien' on the ground floor of the building. Currently emerging in French cities, green spaces have sprouted on the flat roofs of towns all over the world as part of the growing trend for urban agriculture in line with increased concern about the origins of our food. In the background, the Notre-Dame Cathedral. Picture taken July 23, 2013. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR3CLTT
January 18, 2013
A faba bean sprouts between a layer of hay at a display of the Institute of Organic Farming of the Bonn...
Berlin, Germany
A faba bean sprouts between a layer of hay at a display of the Institute of Organic Farming at Green...
A faba bean sprouts between a layer of hay at a display of the Institute of Organic Farming of the Bonn University in the pavilion of the German agriculture ministry at the Green Week agricultural fair in Berlin, January 18, 2013. The annual exhibition of food stuffs and agricultural products is one of the world's largest of its kind. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSUK
June 18, 2011
The "Erlenbach" runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011....
Frankfurt, Germany
The Erlenbach runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt
The "Erlenbach" runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacteria was found in the runnel which supplied the watering systems of nearby farms close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSUI
June 18, 2011
The "Erlenbach" runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011....
Frankfurt, Germany
The Erlenbach runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt
The "Erlenbach" runnel is pictured in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacteria was found in the runnel which supplied the watering systems of nearby farms close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSUF
June 18, 2011
A sign reads "closed today" at a farm in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011....
Frankfurt, Germany
A sign reads closed today at a farm in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt
A sign reads "closed today" at a farm in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacteria was found in a nearby runnel which supplied the farm watering system close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSUC
June 18, 2011
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
Frankfurt, Germany
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacterias were found in a nearby runnel which supplied the farm watering system close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSU8
June 18, 2011
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
Frankfurt, Germany
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacterias were found in a nearby runnel which supplied the farm watering system close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSU5
June 18, 2011
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
Frankfurt, Germany
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach...
The plant watering system is seen shut down at a farm where E.coli bacteria was found in Nieder-Erlenbach on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Health authorities announced that EHEC bacterias were found in a nearby runnel which supplied the farm watering system close to a purification plant. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSU1
June 18, 2011
An overview shows Germany's national flag at the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria...
Frankfurt, Germany
An overview shows Germany's national flag at the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria...
An overview shows Germany's national flag at the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSTY
June 18, 2011
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts...
Frankfurt, Germany
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts...
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSTX
June 18, 2011
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts...
Frankfurt, Germany
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts...
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria was found on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY-EHEC/
RTR2NSTP
June 18, 2011
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria were found on the outskirts...
Frankfurt, Germany
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria were found on the outskirts...
An overview shows the purification plant of Ober-Erlenbach where EHEC bacteria were found on the outskirts of Frankfurt, June 18, 2011. Some 37 people have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
GERMANY/
RTR2NQR8
June 16, 2011
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits...
Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg's Health Minister Pruefer-Storcks is pictured as she visits a lettuce farm in Hamburg.
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits a lettuce farm in Hamburg on June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS HEADSHOT)
HEALTH-GERMANY/
RTR2NQQU
June 16, 2011
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits...
Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg's Health Minister Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats is pictured as she visits a lettuce...
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits a lettuce farm in Hamburg on June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
GERMANY/
RTR2NQQS
June 16, 2011
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) (C) Hamburgs Economic...
Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg's Health Minister Pruefer-Storcks Hamburgs Economic Minister Horch and lettuce farmer Rohde visit...
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) (C) Hamburgs Economic Minister Frank Horch (L) and lettuce farmer Joachim Rohde (R) are pictured during their visit of a lettuce farm in Hamburg June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
GERMANY/
RTR2NQQP
June 16, 2011
A lettuce farm is pictured in Hamburg June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people...
Hamburg, Germany
A lettuce farm is pictured in Hamburg.
A lettuce farm is pictured in Hamburg June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY)
HEALTH-GERMANY/
RTR2NQPJ
June 16, 2011
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits...
Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg's Health Minister Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats is pictured as she visits a lettuce...
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits a lettuce farm in Hamburg on June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
HEALTH-GERMANY/
RTR2NQPG
June 16, 2011
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits...
Hamburg, Germany
Hamburg's Health Minister Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats is pictured as she visits a lettuce...
Hamburg's Health Minister Cornelia Pruefer-Storcks of the Social Democrats (SPD) is pictured as she visits a lettuce farm in Hamburg on June 16, 2011. Some 37 have been killed and more than 3,200 people have so far been taken ill with the E.coli strain, about a quarter of them developing a complication called haemolytic uraemic syndrome, which affects the blood, kidneys and nervous system. German health authorities have linked the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) epidemic to contaminated bean sprouts and shoots from a German organic farm sold to consumers and restaurants across the country for eating in salads. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
GERMANY/
RTR2NNE2
June 14, 2011
Two contestants eat cucumbers as much as they can in five minutes in order to establish Germany's "cucumber...
Berlin, Germany
Two contestants eat cucumbers in order to establish Germany's "cucumber king" in front of the Brandenburg...
Two contestants eat cucumbers as much as they can in five minutes in order to establish Germany's "cucumber king" in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin June 14, 2011. Germany's vegetarian association organized the contest, after Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2NNDZ
June 14, 2011
Two contestants eat cucumbers as much as they can in five minutes in order to establish Germany's "cucumber...
Berlin, Germany
Two contestants eat cucumbers in order to establish Germany's "cucumber king" in front of the Brandenburg...
Two contestants eat cucumbers as much as they can in five minutes in order to establish Germany's "cucumber king" in front of the Brandenburg gate in Berlin June 14, 2011. Germany's vegetarian association organized the contest, after Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH ENVIRONMENT)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NJVV
June 11, 2011
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that...
Belgrade, Serbia
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: HEALTH AGRICULTURE POLITICS FOOD)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NJVR
June 11, 2011
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that...
Belgrade, Serbia
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: HEALTH AGRICULTURE POLITICS FOOD)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NJVP
June 11, 2011
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that...
Belgrade, Serbia
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade
A vendor sells vegetables at a market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: HEALTH AGRICULTURE POLITICS FOOD)
HEALTH-ECOLI/
RTR2NJVF
June 11, 2011
Tomatoes are seen as a vendor sells vegetables at a greens market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011....
Belgrade, Serbia
Tomatoes are seen as a vendor sells vegetables at a greens market in central Belgrade
Tomatoes are seen as a vendor sells vegetables at a greens market in central Belgrade June 11, 2011. Germany said on Friday that deadly E.coli bacteria that have killed 31 people and hit farmers across Europe almost certainly came from contaminated bean sprouts grown at an organic farm in northern Germany. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIWH
June 10, 2011
Cherry tomatoes grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10,...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Cherry tomatoes grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil
Cherry tomatoes grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIWG
June 10, 2011
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Vegetable farmer Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder...
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIW9
June 10, 2011
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Vegetable farmer Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder...
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier stands between cherry tomatoes growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIW3
June 10, 2011
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier holds a box with cucumbers in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier holds a box with cucumbers in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier...
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier holds a box with cucumbers in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIW2
June 10, 2011
Aw worker puts a cucumber in a box in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Aw worker puts a cucumber in a box in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil
Aw worker puts a cucumber in a box in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIVZ
June 10, 2011
Aw worker cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Aw worker cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil
Aw worker cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIVO
June 10, 2011
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier holds a cucumber growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Vegetable farmer Meier holds a cucumber growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil...
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier holds a cucumber growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIVM
June 10, 2011
Cucumbers grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011....
Hinwil, Switzerland
Cucumbers grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil
Cucumbers grow in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIVL
June 10, 2011
Three year-old Philipp, son of vegetable farmer Fritz Meier cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Three year-old Philipp, son of vegetable farmer Fritz Meier cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the...
Three year-old Philipp, son of vegetable farmer Fritz Meier cuts off a cucumber in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR2NIVJ
June 10, 2011
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier looks at cucumbers growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier...
Hinwil, Switzerland
Vegetable farmer Meier looks at cucumbers growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil...
Vegetable farmer Fritz Meier looks at cucumbers growing in a greenhouse at the farm of Gebrueder Meier in Hinwil east of Zurich June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann(SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
HEALTH ECOLI/
RTR2NIS6
June 10, 2011
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
German RKI head Burger addresses media in Berlin
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
HEALTH ECOLI/
RTR2NIS3
June 10, 2011
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the...
Berlin, Germany
BfR president Hensel and RKI head Burger address media in Berlin
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Reinhard Burger address the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the...
Berlin, Germany
BfR president Hensel and RKI head Burger arrive for news conference in Berlin
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Reinhard Burger arrive for a news conference in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the...
Berlin, Germany
BfR president Hensel and RKI head Burger address media in Berlin
President of the German federal institute for risk assessment (BfR) Andeas Hensel (L) and head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Reinhard Burger address the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
German RKI head Burger addresses media in Berlin
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
German RKI head Burger addresses media in Berlin
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011....
Berlin, Germany
German RKI head Burger addresses media in Berlin
Reinhard Burger, head of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), addresses the media in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data shows that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the outbreak of E.coli which has killed 30 people so far, all but one of them in Germany, the country's health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
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June 10, 2011
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media...
Berlin, Germany
German Health Minister Bahr and Agriculture Minister Aigner give a statement to the media during a break...
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media during a break of a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data has confirmed that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany, German health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 10, 2011
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media...
Berlin, Germany
German Health Minister Bahr and Agriculture Minister Aigner give a statement to the media during a break...
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media during a break of a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data has confirmed that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany, German health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 10, 2011
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrive to give a statement...
Berlin, Germany
German Health Minister Bahr and Agriculture Minister Aigner arrive to give a statement to the media during...
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrive to give a statement to the media during a break of a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data has confirmed that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany, German health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 10, 2011
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media...
Berlin, Germany
German Health Minister Bahr and Agriculture Minister Aigner give a statement to the media during a break...
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner give a statement to the media during a break of a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data has confirmed that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany, German health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 10, 2011
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrive to give a statement...
Berlin, Germany
German Health Minister Bahr and Agriculture Minister Aigner arrive to give a statement to the media during...
German Health Minister Daniel Bahr (R) and Agriculture Minister Ilse Aigner arrive to give a statement to the media during a break of a session of the lower house of parliament Bundestag in Berlin, June 10, 2011. New data has confirmed that bean sprouts are the most likely source of the deadly E.coli outbreak in Germany, German health authorities said on Friday. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
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June 09, 2011
Cucumbers are pictured on a farmyard in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has...
Hamburg, Germany
Cucumbers are pictured on a farmyard in Hamburg-Allermoehe
Cucumbers are pictured on a farmyard in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli). REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY)
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June 09, 2011
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011....
Hamburg, Germany
Vegetable farmer Posewang stacks cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang sits amongst piles of cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe,...
Hamburg, Germany
Vegetable farmer Posewang sits amongst piles of cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang sits amongst piles of cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang sits amongst cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June...
Hamburg, Germany
Vegetable farmer Posewang sits amongst cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang sits amongst cucumbers on his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) bacteria. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
Cucumbers are pictured in a greenhouse on a farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government...
Hamburg, Germany
Cucumbers are pictured in a greenhouse on a farmy in Hamburg-Allermoehe
Cucumbers are pictured in a greenhouse on a farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli). REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers at his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011....
Hamburg, Germany
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers on his farmyard in Hamburg-Allermoehe.
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers at his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) . REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers at his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011....
Hamburg, Germany
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers on his farmyard in Hamburg-Allermoehe.
Vegetable farmer Niels Peter Posewang stacks cucumbers at his farm in Hamburg-Allermoehe, June 9, 2011. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria (enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli) . REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
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June 09, 2011
A man carries a box with cucumbers which are to be destroyed at Austria's largest vegetable producer...
Vienna, Austria
A man carries a box with cucumbers which are to be destroyed at Austria's largest vegetable producer...
A man carries a box with cucumbers which are to be destroyed at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna June 9, 2011. Since the E.coli outbreak in Germany, 1,2 Million of cucumbers were destroyed in Austria. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
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June 09, 2011
A squashed cucumber is pictured at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna June 9, 2011. Since...
Vienna, Austria
A squashed cucumber is pictured at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna
A squashed cucumber is pictured at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna June 9, 2011. Since the E.coli outbreak in Germany, 1,2 Million of cucumbers were destroyed in Austria. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
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June 09, 2011
A damaged cucumber is pictured next to a bar code at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna June...
Vienna, Austria
A damaged cucumber is pictured next to a bar code at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna
A damaged cucumber is pictured next to a bar code at Austria's largest vegetable producer in Vienna June 9, 2011. Since the E.coli outbreak in Germany, 1,2 Million of cucumbers were destroyed in Austria. The German government has been criticised at home and around Europe for failing so far to pin down the cause of the E.coli outbreak that has killed 27 and stricken more than 2,700 people in 12 countries. So far, bean sprouts, cucumbers, tomatoes and lettuce have all been suspected of spreading the EHEC bacteria. REUTERS/Lisi Niesner (AUSTRIA - Tags: FOOD HEALTH)
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June 09, 2011
Hungarian cucumbers are tested for bacteria at the Food and Feed Safety Directorate of the Central Agricultural...
Budapest, Hungary
Hungarian cucumbers are tested for bacteria in Budapest
Hungarian cucumbers are tested for bacteria at the Food and Feed Safety Directorate of the Central Agricultural Office in Budapest June 9, 2011. Hungary has not reported any E.coli related cases. The EU has increased compensation to 210 million euros to farmers hit by falling sales after Germany first blamed cucumbers from Spain and other salad vegetables and then German bean sprouts for an E.coli outbreak. German authorities have not yet pinned down the cause of the outbreak. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh (HUNGARY - Tags: AGRICULTURE HEALTH)
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