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PANAMA-DRUGS/
RTR2ECWW
May 26, 2010
A man from the Embera tribe cuts trees which had been cut by a private logging company in the community...
Darien, Panama
To match Feature PANAMA-DRUGS/
A man from the Embera tribe cuts trees which had been cut by a private logging company in the community of La Pulida in Darien February 17, 2010. Drug-running Colombian rebels are using the dense, lawless jungle joining North and South America to smuggle cocaine past sea patrols, creating a new troublespot in the continent's drug war. Picture taken February 17, 2010. To match Feature PANAMA-DRUGS/ REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTR27KWP
September 08, 2009
A man saws a tree in the Lampesue forest at the Luwu district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province...
LUWU, Indonesia
A man saws a tree in the Lampesue forest at the Luwu district of Indonesia
A man saws a tree in the Lampesue forest at the Luwu district of Indonesia's South Sulawesi province September 8, 2009. Indonesia's parliament passed a new environment bill on Tuesday giving the Environment Ministry the power to revoke polluters' business licences, which environmentalists said could lead to more effective enforcement. Indonesia's rapid economic growth has been accompanied by widespread pollution of its waterways, soil and air, as well as the destruction of its forests and wildlife, prompting criticism from green groups and the World Bank. REUTERS/Yusuf Ahmad (INDONESIA ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS)
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AK
July 17, 2008
Tools made by scrap metal artisans are left to cool down inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12,...
Asmara, Eritrea
Tools made by scrap metal artisans are left to cool down inside Medebr metal market in Asmara
Tools made by scrap metal artisans are left to cool down inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AJ
July 17, 2008
A scrap metal artisan is seen at a workshop inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can...
Asmara, Eritrea
A scrap metal artisan is seen at a workshop inside Medebr metal market in Asmara
A scrap metal artisan is seen at a workshop inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AI
July 17, 2008
A teenager takes a break from welding scrap metal at Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You...
Asmara, Eritrea
A teenager takes a break from welding scrap metal at Medebr metal market in Asmara
A teenager takes a break from welding scrap metal at Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AH
July 17, 2008
Various pieces of scrap metal are seen inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear...
Asmara, Eritrea
Various pieces of scrap metal are seen inside Medebr metal market in Asmara
Various pieces of scrap metal are seen inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA)
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AE
July 17, 2008
Scrap metal artisans make various tools inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear...
Asmara, Eritrea
Scrap metal artisans make various tools inside Medebr metal market in Asmara
Scrap metal artisans make various tools inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80AC
July 17, 2008
A scrap metal artisan works to finish a coffee table inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008....
Asmara, Eritrea
A scrap metal artisan works to finish a coffee table inside Medebr metal market in Asmara
A scrap metal artisan works to finish a coffee table inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80A7
July 17, 2008
Two teenagers take a break from scrap metal work at Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You...
Asmara, Eritrea
Two teenagers take a break from scrap metal work at Medebr metal market in Asmara
Two teenagers take a break from scrap metal work at Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. Picture taken May 12, 2008. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA) TO ACCOMPANY ERITREA-AID
ERITREA-AID/
RTX80A5
July 17, 2008
A hammer used to shape tools made from melting scrap metal is seen at a workshop inside Medebr metal...
Asmara, Eritrea
To match feature ERITREA-AID
A hammer used to shape tools made from melting scrap metal is seen at a workshop inside Medebr metal market in Asmara, May 12, 2008. You can hear the ping of metal striking metal and the gentle buzz of wood cutting before you even enter Medebr market in the Eritrean capital. Inside, the cacophony of hammering and sawing is interspersed with bright blue flashes from welding guns. To match feature ERITREA-AID REUTERS/Radu Sigheti (ERITREA)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9GH
February 18, 2008
Rodrigo de Souza, president of the Coopnharim artisans cooperative, speaks about handicrafts that members...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
de Souza speaks about handicrafts made from trees cut from virgin Amazon rain forest in Jari Managed...
Rodrigo de Souza, president of the Coopnharim artisans cooperative, speaks about handicrafts that members made from trees cut from virgin Amazon rain forest controlled by the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9GG
February 18, 2008
Cosma Tenorio, member of an artisans cooperative, makes handicrafts from seeds harvested from virgin...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
Tenorio makes handicrafts from Amazon seeds harvested by Jari Managed Forest Project
Cosma Tenorio, member of an artisans cooperative, makes handicrafts from seeds harvested from virgin Amazon rain forest controlled by the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9GF
February 18, 2008
A member of an artisans cooperative makes crafts from seeds harvested from virgin Amazon rain forest...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
A member of an artisans cooperative makes crafts from Amazon seeds harvested by Jari Managed Forest Project...
A member of an artisans cooperative makes crafts from seeds harvested from virgin Amazon rain forest controlled by the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9GB
February 18, 2008
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in Jari Managed Forest...
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9GA
February 18, 2008
A truck is loaded with logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in the Jari Managed...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
A truck is loaded with logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in Jari Managed Forest...
A truck is loaded with logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9G7
February 18, 2008
Logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest are placed in a pile by workers employed in the Jari Managed...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
Logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest are placed in a pile by workers employed in Jari Managed Forest...
Logs cut from virgin Amazon rain forest are placed in a pile by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9G5
February 18, 2008
Forest management coordinator Euclides Rechziegel points to the unique number given to each log cut for...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
Forest management coordinator Rechziegel points to number given to each log cut for Jari Managed Forest...
Forest management coordinator Euclides Rechziegel points to the unique number given to each log cut for the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-AMAZON/
RTR1X9G4
February 18, 2008
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest...
MONTE DOURADO, Brazil
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest by workers employed in Jari Managed Forest...
A truck transports logs cut from virgin Amazon rainforest by workers employed in the Jari Managed Forest Project, in the world's largest private tropical forest located along the Jari River in Brazil's northeastern Amazon region, February 11, 2008. Buzzing chain saws and heavy machinery hauling logs through the jungle look at first like reckless destruction, but this forestry project is being hailed as a model for preserving the rain forest. Picture taken February 11. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar (BRAZIL)
RUSSIA-BOLSHOI/
RTR1WIJR
January 31, 2008
A worker uses a buzz saw during construction works in the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow January 31, 2008....
Moscow, Russia
A worker uses a buzz saw during construction works in the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow
A worker uses a buzz saw during construction works in the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow January 31, 2008. Emergency work to shore up the crumbling walls of Russia's most famous performance hall has saved the Bolshoi Theatre from collapse but delayed its reopening until next year, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
SERBIA/
RTR1K8U0
December 10, 2006
A soldier of the NATO-led peace force in Kosovo destroys a weapon which was seized during a raid across...
Pristina, Serbia & Montenegro
A soldier of the NATO-led peace force in Kosovo destroys a weapon which was seized during a raid across...
A soldier of the NATO-led peace force in Kosovo destroys a weapon which was seized during a raid across the U.N.-run province in the village of Hajvalija, south of the capital Pristina, December 9, 2006. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA) also see: GF2E43S0UXH01
COLOMBIA ARMAS
RTR1I0FE
October 04, 2006
Colombian instrument maker Ana Paredes tries to to take apart an AK47 rifle to be used as part of an...
Bogota, Colombia
Colombian instrument maker Ana Paredes tries to take apart an AK47 rifle to be used as an electric guitar...
Colombian instrument maker Ana Paredes tries to to take apart an AK47 rifle to be used as part of an electric guitar in her father's workshop in Bogota, seen in this photo taken on September 21, 2006. A top musical craftsman, Luis Alberto Paredes and his family have branched out from their fine classic string instruments to fashion electric guitars shotguns and AK47s once used by fighters caught up in the country's lingering conflict. REUTERS/Jose Miguel Gomez (COLOMBIA)
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