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FRANCE-AGRICULTURE/
RTS32XDI
February 21, 2020
Salers cattle stand in their stall on the eve of the opening of the 2020 Paris International Agricultural...
Paris, France
French farmers gather in Paris for the annual agriculture fair
Salers cattle stand in their stall on the eve of the opening of the 2020 Paris International Agricultural Show in Paris, France, February 21, 2020. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
USA-TRADE/FARMERS
RTX6CYW7
July 26, 2018
A worker waits to release dairy cattle back to their stalls after miking at Hunter Haven Farms in Pearl...
PEARL CITY, UNITED STATES
A worker waits to release dairy cattle back to their stalls after miking at Hunter Haven Farms in Pearl...
A worker waits to release dairy cattle back to their stalls after miking at Hunter Haven Farms in Pearl City, Illinois, U.S., July 25, 2018. Photo taken July 25, 2018. REUTERS/Joshua Lott
NIGERIA-DAILY LIFE/
RTSR3P7
October 06, 2016
Makeshift stalls are seen submerged along river Ogun as it overflows its bank near a livestock market...
Lagos, Nigeria
Makeshift stalls are seen submerged along river Ogun as it overflows its bank near a livestock market...
Makeshift stalls are seen submerged along river Ogun as it overflows its bank near a livestock market outside Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos October 6, 2016.REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-ECONOMY/POLICY-BEEF
RTSAN8
September 09, 2015
A butcher cuts meat at his stall at a traditional market in Jakarta, Indonesia, September 9, 2015. Indonesia...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A butcher cuts meat at his stall at a traditional market in Jakarta, Indonesia,
A butcher cuts meat at his stall at a traditional market in Jakarta, Indonesia, September 9, 2015. Indonesia will seek to import cattle from a broader range of countries than at present, the chief economics minister said on Wednesday, as part of efforts to reduce the cost of beef, which has contributed to keeping inflation high.REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
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Tribal Festival of Maralal - 19 Aug 2015
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KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUY
August 19, 2015
A man runs during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A man runs during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 20 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUX
August 19, 2015
Children play with an amusement train ride during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Children play with an amusement train ride during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 19 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUW
August 19, 2015
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Tribesmen walk in the rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 17 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUV
August 19, 2015
Children play with an amusement train ride during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Children play with an amusement train ride during heavy rain during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 18 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUP
August 19, 2015
Competitors ride racing camels during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Competitors ride racing camels during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 15 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUN
August 19, 2015
People shelter from heavy rain in a makeshift photo booth where photographers charge clients to take...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
People shelter from heavy rain in a makeshift photo booth where photographers charge clients to take pictures of them during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 16 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUL
August 19, 2015
People queue to watch a show during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
People queue to watch a show during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 12 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUK
August 19, 2015
Competitors ride racing camels during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Competitors ride racing camels during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 14 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUI
August 19, 2015
People queue to watch a show during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
People queue to watch a show during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 11 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUH
August 19, 2015
A man poses in a makeshift photo booth where a photographer charges clients to take pictures during the...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A man poses in a makeshift photo booth where a photographer charges clients to take pictures during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 07 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUG
August 19, 2015
A boy stands next to a scale at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A boy stands next to a scale at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 13 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUE
August 19, 2015
A photographer takes pictures of his clients in a makeshift photo booth during the Maralal Camel Derby,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A photographer takes pictures of his clients in a makeshift photo booth during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 10 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUD
August 19, 2015
A photographer holds a doll in front of a makeshift photo booth where he charges clients to photograph...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A photographer holds a doll in front of a makeshift photo booth where he charges clients to photograph them during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 08 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUC
August 19, 2015
A photographer holds an umbrella in front of a makeshift photo booth where he charges clients to photograph...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A photographer holds an umbrella in front of a makeshift photo booth where he charges clients to photograph them during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 09 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQUA
August 19, 2015
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A Samburu tribesman smiles as he talks to his friends at the beginning of the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 03 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQU8
August 19, 2015
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 05 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQU6
August 19, 2015
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
Samburu tribesmen stand during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAYPICTURE 04 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQU3
August 19, 2015
People enjoy a carousel during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
People enjoy a carousel during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 06 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQTT
August 19, 2015
A man holds a camel before a camel race during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal,...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A man holds a camel before a camel race during the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 15, 2015. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 02 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
KENYA-FESTIVAL/
RTX1OQTS
August 19, 2015
A competitor runs after his camel during a race at the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. The...
Maralal, Kenya
Wider Image: Tribal Festival of Maralal
A competitor runs after his camel during a race at the Maralal Camel Derby, Kenya, August 16, 2015. The riders occasionally jump off their camel to make them run faster before remounting. Maralal, a small, arid town about an eight-hour drive north of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, holds an annual camel festival, bringing together members of the Samburu, Turkana and Pokot semi-nomadic cattle-herding tribes. Relations are mostly peaceful at the moment, but cattle rustling and clashes over grazing and farming land are common. As well as camel races, the festival includes tribal dances, market stalls, travelling photo booths and a few old-fashioned fairground rides, while tents claim to contain the shortest man or the smallest woman.REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURE 01 OF 20 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "TRIBAL FESTIVAL OF MARALAL". SEARCH "TOMASEVIC POKOT" FOR ALL IMAGES
PAKISTAN-AGRICULTURE/
RTR4DQRT
November 11, 2014
A man uses a pane as he fills a sack of wheat husk from his makeshift stall along a road in Nowshera,...
Peshawar, Pakistan
A man uses a pane as he fills a sack of wheat husk from his makeshift stall along a road in Nowshera
A man uses a pane as he fills a sack of wheat husk from his makeshift stall along a road in Nowshera, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province November 11, 2014. Wheat husk is commonly used to feed cattle. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
SUDAN-SOUTHSUDAN/ABYEI
RTX14RT5
October 28, 2013
A woman walks with cattle near polling station located in a school in Abyei October 28, 2013. Tens of...
ABYEI, Sudan
A woman walks with cattle near polling station located in a school in Abyei
A woman walks with cattle near polling station located in a school in Abyei October 28, 2013. Tens of thousands of residents in the remote and disputed Abyei border region voted on Monday in a non-binding referendum on whether to join Sudan or South Sudan despite fears it could trigger violence. The ownership of Abyei was left undecided when South Sudan declared independence from Sudan in 2011 and a long-promised official plebiscite on its status has been stalled by arguments over can vote, prompting the local referendum initiative. REUTERS/Andreea Campeanu (ABYEI - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS ANIMALS)
PERU/
RTX10QAG
June 17, 2013
An Andean farmer pushes a trolley with cattle ropes along a street in Celendin, at Peru's northern region...
CELENDIN, Peru
An Andean farmer pushes a trolley with cattle ropes along a street in Celendin, at Peru's northern region...
An Andean farmer pushes a trolley with cattle ropes along a street in Celendin, at Peru's northern region of Cajamarca, June 16, 2013. U.S.-based Newmont's stalled $4.8 billion project has put construction of the mine on hold as it builds reservoirs high in the Andes to guarantee year-round water supplies for locals. Peasant patrol groups active in Cajamarca say they will occupy one of the lakes on Monday to protest the plans to transfer the town's water from the lake to a reservoir later this year. The painted words on the wall read as: 'Yes to water, No to gold!. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ISRAEL/
RTX104QR
May 29, 2013
Nadav, the chief cowboy of the Yonatan herd, takes his horses back to their stalls after working with...
Golan Heights, Israel
Nadav, chief cowboy of Yonatan herd, takes his horses back to their stalls on a ranch just outside Moshav...
Nadav, the chief cowboy of the Yonatan herd, takes his horses back to their stalls after working with cattle on a ranch just outside Moshav Yonatan, a collective farming community, about 2 km (1 mile) south of the ceasefire line between Israel and Syria on the Golan Heights May 21, 2013. Cowboys, who have been running the ranch on the Golan's volcanic rocky plateau for some 35 years, also host the Israeli military, who use half of the cattle farm, 20,000 dunams (5,000 acres), as a live-fire training zone. Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria in the 1967 Middle East war and annexed the territory in 1981, a move not recognized internationally. Picture taken May 21, 2013. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS SOCIETY)

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CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/WARLORD
RTX1039N
May 27, 2013
General Sultani Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, looks on while surrounded by his bodyguards...
Mutaho, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
General Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, looks on while surrounded by his bodyguards at Mutaho...
General Sultani Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, looks on while surrounded by his bodyguards at Mutaho, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, May 27, 2013. Six months ago, Makenga's fighters routed the government's ill-disciplined army and swept past U.N. peacekeepers to briefly seize Goma, a city of one million, provoking international outcry. Dressed in combat fatigues and wielding a traditional cattle-herder's stick, Makenga, the most powerful warlord in eastern Congo, says the only hope of an end to the region's troubles is to revive stalled peace talks between the government and M23 in neighbouring Uganda. To match Interview CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/WARLORD REUTERS/Jonny Hog (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC CONGO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/WARLORD
RTX1037W
May 27, 2013
General Sultani Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, smiles while surrounded by his bodyguards...
Mutaho, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
General Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, smiles while surrounded by his bodyguards at Mutaho...
General Sultani Makenga, military leader of the M23 rebels, smiles while surrounded by his bodyguards at Mutaho, in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, May 27, 2013. Six months ago, Makenga's fighters routed the government's ill-disciplined army and swept past U.N. peacekeepers to briefly seize Goma, a city of one million, provoking international outcry. Dressed in combat fatigues and wielding a traditional cattle-herder's stick, Makenga, the most powerful warlord in eastern Congo, says the only hope of an end to the region's troubles is to revive stalled peace talks between the government and M23 in neighbouring Uganda. To match Interview CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/WARLORD REUTERS/Jonny Hog (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC CONGO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Business
Business
Indonesian Cowgirls Sell Cattle - 19 Oct 2012
12 PICTURES
INDONESIA/
RTR39A2K
October 18, 2012
A boy ties a cattle rope to a pen in a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province October 18, 2012....
Depok, Indonesia
Boy ties cattle rope to a pen in a cattle showroom in Depok
A boy ties a cattle rope to a pen in a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province October 18, 2012. The showroom has adopted a unique way to selling cattle for Eid al-Adha, by having their salesgirls dress up as cowgirls from the American Wild West. Many Muslims around the world will commemorate Eid al-Adha by sacrificing cattle and distributing the meat to the poor. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR39A2F
October 18, 2012
A boy leads out cattle ordered by a client at a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province October...
Depok, Indonesia
Boy leads out cattle ordered by a client at cattle showroom in Depok
A boy leads out cattle ordered by a client at a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province October 18, 2012. Many Muslims around the world will commemorate Eid al-Adha by sacrificing cattles and distributing the meat to the poor. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR39A1X
October 18, 2012
A salesgirl dressed as a cowgirl waits for clients in a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province...
Depok, Indonesia
Salesgirl dressed as a cowgirl waits for clients in a cattle showroom in Depok
A salesgirl dressed as a cowgirl waits for clients in a cattle showroom in Depok, West Java province October 18, 2012. The showroom has adopted a unique way of selling cattle for Eid al-Adha, by having their salesgirls dress up as cowgirls from the American Wild West. Many Muslims around the world will commemorate Eid al-Adha by sacrificing cattle and distributing the meat to the poor. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY RELIGION BUSINESS ANIMALS)
GERMANY/
RTR37THL
September 11, 2012
Cows are held in a cattle pen during the traditional "Almabtrieb" in Bad Hindelang, about 180km (110...
Bad Hindelang, Germany
Cows held in a cattle pen during the traditional "Almabtrieb" in Bad Hindelang
Cows are held in a cattle pen during the traditional "Almabtrieb" in Bad Hindelang, about 180km (110 miles) south of Munich September 11, 2012. At the end of the summer season, farmers move their herds down from the Alps to the valley into winter pastures. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
SWITZERLAND/
RTR35SZS
August 01, 2012
A flock of sheep is seen in front of a sheepfold for a control check near Les Diablerets July 31, 2012....
LES DIABLERETS, Switzerland
A flock of sheep is seen in front of a sheepfold for a control check near Les Diablerets
A flock of sheep is seen in front of a sheepfold for a control check near Les Diablerets July 31, 2012. Swiss farmers use Great Pyrenees dogs to protect their cattle from wolves. In early 2012, the Swiss Federal Office for Environment counted five wolves have entered the country out of the 70 to 200 that live in France and Italy. Picture taken July 31, 2012. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2VEN9
December 18, 2011
Young Friesian Holstein calves are seen at Longleys Farm in Hailsham, southern England December 17, 2011....
HAILSHAM, United Kingdom
Young Friesian Holstein calves are seen at Longleys Farm in Hailsham
Young Friesian Holstein calves are seen at Longleys Farm in Hailsham, southern England December 17, 2011. Photograph taken December 17, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA INDONESIA/CATTLE
RTR2OISF
July 06, 2011
A butcher waits for customers at his stall in a wet market in Jakarta July 6, 2011. Australia's government...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Butcher waits for customers at his stall in a wet market in Jakarta
A butcher waits for customers at his stall in a wet market in Jakarta July 6, 2011. Australia's government removed a month-long ban on live cattle exports to neighbouring Indonesia on Wednesday, saying it was satisfied the A$320 million trade could resume after a furore over mistreatment of livestock. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA INDONESIA/CATTLE
RTR2OISC
July 06, 2011
A butcher takes a nap at his stall in a local market in Jakarta July 6, 2011. Australia's government...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A butcher takes a nap at his stall in a local market in Jakarta
A butcher takes a nap at his stall in a local market in Jakarta July 6, 2011. Australia's government removed a month-long ban on live cattle exports to neighbouring Indonesia on Wednesday, saying it was satisfied the A$320 million trade could resume after a furore over mistreatment of livestock. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA - Tags: FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-INDONESIA/CATTLE
RTR2NF69
June 08, 2011
Cattle wait in an enclosure at a livestock export yard in Noonamah, about 50 km (31 miles) south of the...
Noonamah, Australia
File photo of cattle waiting in an enclosure at a livestock export yard near Darwin
Cattle wait in an enclosure at a livestock export yard in Noonamah, about 50 km (31 miles) south of the northern Australian city of Darwin in this June 7, 2004 file photo. Australia said on Wednesday it was suspending cattle exports to Indonesia after an outcry over the inhumane treatment of cattle by its neighbour, as animal rights groups called for an outright ban on trade to other countries. Picture taken June 7, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne/Files (AUSTRALIA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS ANIMALS)
ICELAND-VOLCANO/
RTR2MTZ5
May 24, 2011
A farmer brings collected sheep into a barrack at the farm Mulakot near the village of Kirkjubaejarklaustur...
KIRKJUBAEJARKLAUSTUR, Iceland
A farmer brings collected sheep into a barrack at the farm Mulakot near the village of Kirkjubaejarklaustur...
A farmer brings collected sheep into a barrack at the farm Mulakot near the village of Kirkjubaejarklaustur May 24, 2011. People living next to the glacier where the Grimsvotn volcano burst into life on Saturday were most affected, with ash shutting out the daylight and smothering buildings and vehicles. An ash cloud from a volcano on Iceland shut down flights in northern Britain and elsewhere in north Europe on Tuesday and was heading to Germany, but officials expected no repeat of last year's air chaos. REUTERS/Ingolfur Juliusson (ICELAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY DISASTER AGRICULTURE)
CUBA/
RTR2JYSX
March 16, 2011
Cattle walk along a road leading to the Soviet-era Juragua nuclear plant, 336 km (208 miles), south-east...
Cienfuegos, Cuba
Cattle walk along a road leading to the Soviet-era Juragua nuclear plant
Cattle walk along a road leading to the Soviet-era Juragua nuclear plant, 336 km (208 miles), south-east of Havana in this January 20, 2011 file photo. Cuba's nuclear power project started in 1983 and stalled in 1991 with the collapse of the Soviet Union. Cuban leader Fidel Castro announced in December 1991 that Cuba would explore alternative energy solutions, dropping the nuclear solution. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan/Files (CUBA - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY)
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTXTVOJ
October 27, 2010
Dead cows are covered by ash from the Mount Merapi eruption at Kaliadem village in Sleman, near the ancient...
Sleman, Indonesia
Dead cows are covered by ash at Kaliadem village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta
Dead cows are covered by ash from the Mount Merapi eruption at Kaliadem village in Sleman, near the ancient city of Yogyakarta, October 27, 2010. One of Indonesia's most active volcanoes spewed out clouds of ash and jets of searing gas on Wednesday in an eruption that has killed at least 25 people and injured 14. More than 11,000 villagers living on the slopes of the Mount Merapi volcano are being evacuated after the alert status for an eruption was raised to the highest level, officials said. REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS
RTR22O70
December 18, 2008
Cows feed inside a cattle pen at a feedlot in Santa Lucia, some 200 km (125 miles) northeast of Buenos...
Santa Lucia, Argentina
To match feature ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS
Cows feed inside a cattle pen at a feedlot in Santa Lucia, some 200 km (125 miles) northeast of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on November 13, 2008. The image of cows grazing freely on the vast Pampas grasslands has long fostered Argentina's status as home to some of the world's best beef. Now that view across the Pampas is changing. Breaking with the tradition of grass-fed cattle that was once a source of pride for Argentine ranchers, many today are herding their cows into feedlots, looking to increase production efficiency and free up land for more profitable grains farming. Picture taken on November 13, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS
RTR22O6O
December 17, 2008
Cows are seen inside a cattle pen at a feedlot in Santa Lucia, some 200 km (125 miles) northeast of Buenos...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
To match feature ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS
Cows are seen inside a cattle pen at a feedlot in Santa Lucia, some 200 km (125 miles) northeast of Buenos Aires, in this picture taken on November 13, 2008. The image of cows grazing freely on the vast Pampas grasslands has long fostered Argentina's status as home to some of the world's best beef. Now that view across the Pampas is changing. Breaking with the tradition of grass-fed cattle that was once a source of pride for Argentine ranchers, many today are herding their cows into feedlots, looking to increase production efficiency and free up land for more profitable grains farming. Picture taken on November 13, 2008. To match feature ARGENTINA/FEEDLOTS REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA)
EGYPT/
RTR223CS
November 29, 2008
A vendor displays his cow's teeth before selling it to a customer at a cattle market in Nile Delta, 160...
Cairo, Egypt
A vendor displays his cow's teeth before selling it to a customer at a cattle market in Nile Delta
A vendor displays his cow's teeth before selling it to a customer at a cattle market in Nile Delta, 160 km (100 miles) north of Cairo, November 29, 2008. Muslims across the world are preparing to celebrate the annual festival of Eid al-Adha or the Festival of Sacrifice, which marks the end of the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca by hundreds of millions of Muslims around the world by slaughtering goats, sheep and cattle in commemoration of the Prophet Abraham's readiness to sacrifice his son to show obedience to Allah. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
KOREA/
RTR1ZSBV
April 23, 2008
Cattle feed at a shed belonging to Kim Jin-cheon, 56, a farmer raising about 120 domestic cows, in Gapyeong,...
GAPYEONG, South Korea
Cattle feed at a shed belonging to Kim Jin-cheon, 56, a farmer raising about 120 domestic cows, in Gapyeong...
Cattle feed at a shed belonging to Kim Jin-cheon, 56, a farmer raising about 120 domestic cows, in Gapyeong, about 60 km (37 miles) east of Seoul, April 23, 2008. South Korea's decision to gradually open up to U.S. beef imports are set to hit local farmers hard, with some experts expecting around 14 percent fall this year in prices of home-grown cattle from a year earlier. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
WAGYU-ITALY/
RTR1WICF
January 31, 2008
Three one-month-old Wagyu cows, Yoko, Waghino and Hirino (not in order) are fed in their box in a farm...
Milan, Italy
Three one-month-old Wagyu cows, Yoko, Waghino and Hirino (not in order) are fed in their box in a farm...
Three one-month-old Wagyu cows, Yoko, Waghino and Hirino (not in order) are fed in their box in a farm in Comazzo, south of Milan, January 30, 2008. Farmers in a tiny hamlet near Milan have turned to growing Japanese cows, hoping their meat would beef up profits hit by rising feed prices and falling meat consumption in Italy. Picture taken January 30, 2008. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTX3XX8
November 22, 2007
Cows eat flowers thrown out by Palestinian farmers in the southern Gaza Strip November 22, 2007, because...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
Cows eat flowers thrown by Palestinian farmers in the southern Gaza Strip
Cows eat flowers thrown out by Palestinian farmers in the southern Gaza Strip November 22, 2007, because of the Israeli closure on Gaza which prevents them from exporting their products. REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa (GAZA)
ISRAEL/
RTR1UNN1
October 06, 2007
Sefi Barak sits beside his horse named "Dogjoy" during a cattle-cutting competition in the northern town...
SHARONA, United Kingdom
Sefi Barak sits beside his horse during a cattle-cutting competition in the northern town of Sharona
Sefi Barak sits beside his horse named "Dogjoy" during a cattle-cutting competition in the northern town of Sharona near Tiberias October 6, 2007. REUTERS/Sharon Perry (ISRAEL)
SOUTHASIA-FLOODS/
RTR1SK6G
August 06, 2007
Cattle stand on a platform built to keep them above the floodwaters in the village of Raotgaon at Lauhajang,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh
Cattle stand on a platform built to keep them above the floodwaters in the village of Raotgaon at Lauhajang...
Cattle stand on a platform built to keep them above the floodwaters in the village of Raotgaon at Lauhajang, 70km (44 miles) from the capital Dhaka, August 6, 2007. With floods sweeping nearly two-thirds of Bangladesh, 36 more people were drowned or killed by snakebites overnight, taking the confirmed death toll from more than two weeks of deluge to 156, an official said. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman (BANGLADESH)
KOREA/
RTR1OBT7
April 05, 2007
Cattle stand in a cattle shed in Ansong, about 80 km (50 miles) south of Seoul, April 5, 2007. The U.S....
Ansong, South Korea
Cattle stand in a cattle shed in Ansong
Cattle stand in a cattle shed in Ansong, about 80 km (50 miles) south of Seoul, April 5, 2007. The U.S. warned it will not sign the free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea unless the Asian trading partner fully reopens its beef market, local media reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1OBSZ
April 05, 2007
Cattle feed at a cattle shed in Ansong, about 80 km (50 miles) south of Seoul, April 5, 2007. The U.S....
Ansong, South Korea
Cattle feed at a cattle shed in Ansong
Cattle feed at a cattle shed in Ansong, about 80 km (50 miles) south of Seoul, April 5, 2007. The U.S. warned it will not sign the free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea unless the Asian trading partner fully reopens its beef market, local media reported on Thursday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
MADCOW
RTR9CB7
December 09, 2003
Quarantined holstein cows feed at the Sunny Dene Ranch in Mabton, in the state of Washington, December,...
Mabton, USA
QUARANTINED HOLSTEIN COWS FEED AT THE SUNNY DENE RANCH IN MABTON.
Quarantined holstein cows feed at the Sunny Dene Ranch in Mabton, in the state of Washington, December, 27, 2003. The ranch is where a cow which tested positive for mad cow disease lived before being slaughtered on December 9, 2003 in Moses Lake, Washington. The U.S. Agriculture Department said on Saturday it believes the dairy cow infected with mad cow disease was likely one of a herd of 74 dairy cows imported to Idaho from Alberta, Canada, in August 2001. REUTERS/Jeff T. Green pictures of the month december 2003 JTG/GN
FRANCE
RTXKBH8
February 17, 2001
Cattle feed in the stalls on the eve of the opening Paris'annual Agricultural show February 17 2001....
Paris, France
Cattle feed in the stalls on the eve of the opening Paris'annual Agricultural show February 17 2001......
Cattle feed in the stalls on the eve of the opening Paris'annual Agricultural show February 17 2001. The 38th show will open its doors to the public on February 18 and run untill February 25.
FRANCE
RTREFR9
February 17, 2001
Cattle feed in the stalls on the eve of the opening Paris'annual Agricultural show February 17 2001....
Paris, France
CATTLE FEED IN STALLS ON THE EVE OF THE OPENING OF THE ANNUAL PARIS AGRICULTURAL SHOW.
Cattle feed in the stalls on the eve of the opening Paris'annual Agricultural show February 17 2001. The 38th show will open its doors to the public on February 18 and run untill February 25.

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