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MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NZD
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NZ2
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NZ1
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NYY
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NXU
June 12, 2018
Children wash dishes at the back of a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children wash dishes at the back of a tea shop in Yangon
Children wash dishes at the back of a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NWN
June 12, 2018
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NWA
June 12, 2018
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NW8
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NW3
June 12, 2018
Children rest by the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Children rest by the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon
Children rest by the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NW1
June 12, 2018
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon
Children work at the San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NVZ
June 12, 2018
Children work at San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018....
Yangon, Myanmar
Children work at San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon
Children work at San Pya seafood wholesale market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NVX
June 12, 2018
Children working at San Pya seafood wholesell market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12,...
Yangon, Myanmar
Children working at San Pya seafood wholesell market early in the morning in Yangon
Children working at San Pya seafood wholesell market early in the morning in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
MYANMAR-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX68NSS
June 12, 2018
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
Yangon, Myanmar
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon
Children prepare to open a tea shop in Yangon, Myanmar June 12, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Wang
PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
RTX2NMKG
August 30, 2016
Zakir, 10, pauses during his work of cutting fish at Karachi's Fish Harbor February 1, 2012. Zakir earns...
Karachi, Pakistan
Zakir, 10, pauses during his work of cutting fish at Karachi's Fish Harbor
Zakir, 10, pauses during his work of cutting fish at Karachi's Fish Harbor February 1, 2012. Zakir earns 200 Pakistani Rupees ($2.20) per day. Rising food and fuel prices and a struggling economy have forced many families to send their children to search for work instead of to the classroom. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro
SAMSUNG ELEC-CHILDLABOUR/CHINA
RTR3ZI2P
July 21, 2014
Debt collectors gather outside Dongguan Shinyang Electronics factory, a wholly owned subsidiary of South...
Hong Kong, China
Debt collectors gather outside Dongguan Shinyang Electronics factory, a wholly owned subsidiary of South...
Debt collectors gather outside Dongguan Shinyang Electronics factory, a wholly owned subsidiary of South Korea's Shinyang Engineering Co Ltd, in Dongguan at the heart of southern China?s manufacturing powerhouse of the Pearl River Delta July 17, 2014. The men say they are owed six million yuan ($950,000) from the Korean boss of Dongguan Shinyang Electronics. Production has been indefinitely halted at Dongguan Shinyang Electronics factory, the Chinese supplier to Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, after the factory was suspected of using child workers. Samsung, the world's biggest smartphone maker, said last week it had stopped doing business with the Dongguan Shinyang Electronics factory after an audit led to evidence of what Samsung called suspected child labour. The senior management at Dongguan Shinyang declined to meet or speak to the Reuters reporters who recently visited the plant but a manager who only gave his surname as Xie said there was no indication when production would resume. Picture taken July 17, 2014. REUTERS/James Pomfret (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR2XFY5
February 07, 2012
Simon, 12, holds a light to assist his supervisor working on a motorcycle engine at a workshop in Islamabad...
Islamabad, Pakistan
To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
Simon, 12, holds a light to assist his supervisor working on a motorcycle engine at a workshop in Islamabad January 31, 2011. Simon earns 20 Pakistani Rupees ($0.22) a day working as a helper at the workshop. Rising food and fuel prices and a struggling economy have forced many families to send their children to search for work instead of to the classroom. Picture taken January 31, 2011. To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/ REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION SOCIETY POVERTY)
PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR2XFY1
February 07, 2012
Zakir, 10, pauses during his work of cutting fish at Karachi's Fish Harbor February 1, 2012. Zakir earns...
Karachi, Pakistan
To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
Zakir, 10, pauses during his work of cutting fish at Karachi's Fish Harbor February 1, 2012. Zakir earns 200 Pakistani Rupees ($2.20) per day. Rising food and fuel prices and a struggling economy have forced many families to send their children to search for work instead of to the classroom. Picture taken February 1, 2012. To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/ REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR2XFX0
February 07, 2012
Khizar, 12, leans on his push cart while waiting for work in a wholesale market in Karachi February 1,...
Karachi, Pakistan
To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/
Khizar, 12, leans on his push cart while waiting for work in a wholesale market in Karachi February 1, 2012. Rising food and fuel prices and a struggling economy have forced many families to send their children to search for work instead of to the classroom. Picture taken February 1, 2012. To match Feature PAKISTAN-CHILDLABOUR/ REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY POVERTY)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1P075
April 25, 2007
Tae (C), a 13-year-old girl from military-ruled Myanmar, peels shrimp at a factory in Samut Sakhon, nearly...
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
To match feature THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
Tae (C), a 13-year-old girl from military-ruled Myanmar, peels shrimp at a factory in Samut Sakhon, nearly 40 km (25 miles) south of Bangkok April 20, 2007. The Labour Rights Promotion Network (LPN), a non-governmental organisation, estimates there are 200,000 Myanmar migrant workers in Samut Sakhon -- of whom only 70,000 are registered legally. To match feature THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ70
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ6V
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ6R
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ6K
April 24, 2007
A migrant worker works at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
A migrant worker works at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon
A migrant worker works at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ6D
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ6C
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
THAILAND-CHILDLABOUR/
RTR1OZ69
April 24, 2007
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007....
Samut Sakhon, Thailand
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok
Migrant workers work at a shrimp factory in Samut Sakhon on the outskirts of Bangkok March 22, 2007. Human rights groups say thousands of children and illegal Myanmar migrants are working in Thailand's $2 billion-a-year shrimp export industry, often in conditions little short of modern-day slavery. Industry officials deny the allegations. Picture taken March 22, 2007. REUTERS/Chaiwat Subprasom (THAILAND)
FOOD IVORY COAST COCOA CHILDLABOUR
RTRDWY0
June 08, 2005
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast June 8, 2005. Children working on Ivory Coast's cocoa plantations...
United Kingdom
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast.
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast June 8, 2005. Children working on Ivory Coast's cocoa plantations are helping their parents and should not be regarded as forced labourers, farmers and teachers in this southern cocoa town said on Thursday. Picture taken June 8, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/CN
FOOD IVORY COAST COCOA CHILDLABOUR
RTRDWXR
June 08, 2005
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast June 8, 2005. Children working on Ivory Coast's cocoa plantations...
multiple countries
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast.
A man sorts cocoa beans in west Ivory Coast June 8, 2005. Children working on Ivory Coast's cocoa plantations are helping their parents and should not be regarded as forced labourers, farmers and teachers in this southern cocoa town said on Thursday. Picture taken June 8, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/CN
FOOD IVORY COAST COCOA CHILDLABOUR
RTRDWXD
June 08, 2005
Cocoa beans are sorted in a factory about 1,900 km (1, 180 miles) northwest of Abidjan, the main city...
United Kingdom
Cocoa beans are sorted in a factory in Ivory Coast.
Cocoa beans are sorted in a factory about 1,900 km (1, 180 miles) northwest of Abidjan, the main city in Ivory Coast, June 8, 2005. Children working on Ivory Coast's cocoa plantations are helping their parents and should not be regarded as forced labourers, farmers and teachers in this southern cocoa town said on Thursday. Picture taken June 8, 2005. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon FOR/CN
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF9IH
June 01, 2005
An Indian child labourer rescued from a factory sits at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
An Indian child labourer rescued from a factory sits at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF98S
June 01, 2005
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories stand in a queue as a policeman (not pictured)...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories stand in a queue as a policeman (not pictured) records their names at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF98L
June 01, 2005
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ/VP
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF98F
June 01, 2005
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match India-Childlabour.
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ/VP
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF986
June 01, 2005
An Indian child labourer rescued from a factory sits huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
An Indian child labourer rescued from a factory sits huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ/VP
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF982
June 01, 2005
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/TZ/VP
INDIA CHILDLABOUR
RTRF97R
June 01, 2005
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in...
Bombay, United Kingdom
To match feature India-Childlabour.
Indian child labourers rescued from different factories sit huddled at a police station in Bombay in this June 1, 2005 file photo. More than 600 child workers have been rescued from the grimy back alleys of the city since raids by police on workshops and factories began in April. About 100 employers have been charged for mistreatment of children. There are more than 50,000 children working in Bombay's gold-polishing and leather-stitching industries, while thousands more are street hawkers or shoe cleaners, although the law prohibits anyone under the age of 14 from working. Picture taken on June 1, 2005. To match feature India-Childlabour. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/File AD/AH/VP
BENIN-CHILDLABOUR
RTRF4PN
May 29, 2005
Two victims of child-trafficking chat at a shelter in Benin's capital Cotonou, May 29, 2005. The U.N....
Cotonou, United Kingdom
TO MATCH FEATURE BENIN-CHILDLABOUR.
Two victims of child-trafficking chat at a shelter in Benin's capital Cotonou, May 29, 2005. The U.N. children's agency UNICEF estimates there are some 246 million child labourers around the world, with 70 percent working in hazardous conditions. It says at least 200,000 children are trafficked in West and Central Africa each year. Photo taken May 29, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE BENIN-CHILDLABOUR. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon FOR/TZ
BENIN CHILDLABOUR
RTRF4PE
May 28, 2005
A child, who has fled fighting in Togo, takes shelter in a tent at a refugee camp in Benin May 28, 2005....
United Kingdom
TO MATCH FEATURE BENIN-CHILDLABOUR.
A child, who has fled fighting in Togo, takes shelter in a tent at a refugee camp in Benin May 28, 2005. The U.N. children's agency UNICEF estimates there are some 246 million child labourers around the world, with 70 percent working in hazardous conditions. It says at least 200,000 children are trafficked in West and Central Africa each year. TO MATCH FEATURE BENIN-CHILDLABOUR. REUTERS/Noel Kokou Tadegnon FOR.TZ
INDIA
RTRRW7K
June 12, 2004
Indian cricket players Irfan Pathan (L), Lakshipati Balaji (C) and Ashish Nehra (R) attend a school children's...
Bangalore, Republic of India
INDIAN CRICKET PLAYERS ATTEND ANTI-CHILD LABOUR RALLY IN BANGALORE.
Indian cricket players Irfan Pathan (L), Lakshipati Balaji (C) and Ashish Nehra (R) attend a school children's rally to observe World Day against Child Labour in Bangalore June 12, 2004. Hundreds of Indian school children along with the cricketers attended the rally to highlight the problem of child labour in India which has between 60 and 115 million working children, according to Human Rights Watch. This year's theme focuses on domestic child labour. REUTERS/Jagadeesh NV Hundreds of Indian school children along with the cricketers attended the rally to highlight the problem of child labour in India which has between 60 and 115 million working children according to Human Rights Watch.This year's theme focuses on domestic childlabour. REUTERS/Jagadeesh NV REUTERS
BANGLADESH CHILDLABOUR
RTRB3LO
November 22, 2000
ENGLAND'S PRINCESS ANNE VISITS MEMORIAL OF BANGLADESH'S INDEPENDENCE LEADER SHEIKH MUJIBUR RAHMAN IN...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
ENGLAND'S PRINCESS ANNE VISITS MEMORIAL OF BANGLADESH'S INDEPENDENCE LEADER SHEIKH MUJIBUR ...
ENGLAND'S PRINCESS ANNE VISITS MEMORIAL OF BANGLADESH'S INDEPENDENCE LEADER SHEIKH MUJIBUR RAHMAN IN DHAKA.


Britain's Princess Anne, president of Save the Children U.K. places a wreath near a portrait of Bangladesh's Independence leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, in Dhaka, November 22, 2000. Princess Anne arrived in Dhaka on November 21 on a three-day visit to Bangladesh.
BANGLADESH CHILDLABOUR
RTRB3KU
November 22, 2000
England's Princess Anne, president of the Save the Children U.K., stands in front of a portrait of Bangladesh...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
ENGLAND'S PRINCESS ANNE VISITS A MEMORIAL OF BANGLADESH SHEIKH MUJIBUR RAHMAN IN DHAKA.
England's Princess Anne, president of the Save the Children U.K., stands in front of a portrait of Bangladesh independence leader Sheikh Mujibur Rahman at Bangabandhu Museum in Dhaka, November 22, 2000. The princess arrived in Dhaka Tuesday on a three-day visit to Bangladesh.

SAZ/BM
BANGLADESH CHILDLABOUR
RTRB2C5
November 21, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne, president of Save the Children U.K., addresses a seminar on child labour organised...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BRITAIN'S PRINCESS ANNE ADDRESSES A SEMINAR ON CHILD LABOUR IN DHAKA.
Britain's Princess Anne, president of Save the Children U.K., addresses a seminar on child labour organised jointly by the Dhaka Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry and her organization on November 21, 2000, in the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka. The princess called for the eradication of child labour, which persists in various parts of the sub-continent.

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BANGLADESH CHILDLABOUR
RTRB2BI
November 21, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne (L), president of Save the Children U.K., is accompanied by Valerie A. Taylor,...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BRITAIN'S PRINCESS ANNE VISITS A REHABILITATION CENTRE IN SAVAR, BANGLADESH.
Britain's Princess Anne (L), president of Save the Children U.K., is accompanied by Valerie A. Taylor, co-ordinator of the Centre for the Rahabilitation of the Paralysed, in the Bangladeshi town of Savar, near the capital Dhaka, on November 21, 2000. The princess arrived in Bangladesh on Tuesday for a three-day visit.

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BANGLADESH CHILDLABOUR
RTRB2B1
November 21, 2000
Britain's Princess Anne, president of Save the Children U.K., inquires about a young patient at a hospital...
Dhaka, Bangladesh - Peoples Republic of
BRITAIN'S RINCESS ANNE VISITS A REHABILITATION CENTRE.
Britain's Princess Anne, president of Save the Children U.K., inquires about a young patient at a hospital run by the Centre for the Rahabilitation of the Paralysed at the Bangladeshi town of Savar, near the capital Dhaka, on November 21, 2000. The princess called on the eradication of child labour, which persists in various part of the sub-continent.

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