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BRITAIN-ECONOMY/FISH-CHIPS
RTS858K5 
May 18, 2022 
A piece of battered cod from a fish and chip shop is pictured in Manchester, Britain, May 18, 2022. Picture... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
A piece of battered cod from a fish and chip shop is pictured in Manchester 
A piece of battered cod from a fish and chip shop is pictured in Manchester, Britain, May 18, 2022. Picture taken May 18, 2022. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
CONGO-ENVIRONMENT/TURTLES
RTS6SE6G 
February 05, 2022 
Fishermen, who are also a threat to turtle eggs, fish on the endangered coast of Muanda, Democratic Republic... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Congo's sea turtles on the endangered coastline in Muanda 
Fishermen, who are also a threat to turtle eggs, fish on the endangered coast of Muanda, Democratic Republic of Congo, February 5, 2022. Picture taken February 5, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65SHP 
February 04, 2022 
Mpulunzambi Henri 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Mpulunzambi Henri 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Pictures taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65SHR 
February 04, 2022 
Mpulunzambi Henri 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Mpulunzambi Henri 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Pictures taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QZO 
February 04, 2022 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, stands next to a heap of empty clam shells while he gathers his traps in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Picture taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QZN 
February 04, 2022 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Picture taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QZM 
February 04, 2022 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, holds clam shells in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Picture taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QZL 
February 04, 2022 
Mpulunzambi Henri, 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Mpulunzambi Henri, 54, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Picture taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QY1 
February 04, 2022 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Nzuzi Stephane from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Picture taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65SHQ 
February 03, 2022 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, gathers clams fleshs in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 3, 2022. Pictures taken February 3, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65SHS 
February 03, 2022 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, removes clams fleshs from the shells in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 3, 2022. Pictures taken February 3, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65S2I 
February 03, 2022 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, throws empty clams shells after removing the flesh in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 3, 2022. Picture taken February 3, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65S2C 
February 03, 2022 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
A resident from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, engages in clams fishing in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 3, 2022. Pictures taken February 3, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65S2F 
February 03, 2022 
Paul Kuti 27, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Paul Kuti 27, from Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, cleans clams fleshs in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 4, 2022. Pictures taken February 4, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
CONGO-FISHING/
RTS65QY6 
February 03, 2022 
Residents from the Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in... 
MUANDA, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Clams fishing in Congo's protected Mangrove Marine Park reserve 
Residents from the Assolongo ethnic group, a community granted special permission to live and fish in Mangrove Marine Park, remove clams flesh from the shells in Muanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, February 3, 2022. Picture taken February 3, 2022. REUTERS/Justin Makangara 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-FOOD
RTX7PJ1Z 
August 14, 2020 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares a frozen cod fish at Heritage by Madison restaurant, amid the coronavirus... 
Shanghai, China 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares a frozen cod fish at Heritage by Madison restaurant, in Shanghai 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares a frozen cod fish at Heritage by Madison restaurant, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Shanghai, China August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/CHINA-FOOD
RTX7PJ1M 
August 14, 2020 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares frozen cod fish and salmon at Heritage by Madison restaurant, amid... 
Shanghai, China 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares frozen cod fish and salmon at Heritage by Madison restaurant, in Shanghai... 
Chef and owner Austin Hu prepares frozen cod fish and salmon at Heritage by Madison restaurant, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Shanghai, China August 14, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song 
BRITAIN-ELECTION/JOHNSON
RTS2U4M0 
December 09, 2019 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign visit to Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby, Britain December 9, 2019. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ELECTION/JOHNSON
RTS2U4LY 
December 09, 2019 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign visit to Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby, Britain December 9, 2019. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ELECTION/JOHNSON
RTS2U4LX 
December 09, 2019 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign visit to Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby, Britain December 9, 2019. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS 
BRITAIN-ELECTION/JOHNSON
RTS2U4LW 
December 09, 2019 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson drags a box of cod along the floor during a general election campaign visit to Grimsby Fish Market in Grimsby, Britain December 9, 2019. Ben Stansall/Pool via REUTERS 
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTS2RED6 
October 16, 2019 
A woman sells smoked fish at Bolodjwa market in Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of the Congo, April 06,... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
A woman sells smoked fish at Bolodjwa market in Mbandaka 
A woman sells smoked fish at Bolodjwa market in Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of the Congo, April 06, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon 
CONGO-BUSHMEAT/
RTX76RQ5 
October 09, 2019 
A woman displays smoked fish for sale in Mbandaka's Lingunda market, Democratic Republic of the Congo,... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
The Wider Image: In Congo, part-time hunters boost income with bushmeat 
A woman displays smoked fish for sale in Mbandaka's Lingunda market, Democratic Republic of the Congo, October 19, 2018. REUTERS/Thomas Nicolon SEARCH "BUSHMEAT NICOLON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRITAIN-EU/FISHING
RTX6UVAE 
May 08, 2019 
A fisherman displays a box of cod, caught in British waters, ready to be sold at the Danske Fiskeauktioner,... 
THYBORON, Denmark 
A fisherman displays a box of cod, caught in British waters, ready to be sold at the Danske Fiskeauktioner,... 
A fisherman displays a box of cod, caught in British waters, ready to be sold at the Danske Fiskeauktioner, a fish auction facility in the village of Thyboron in Jutland, Denmark, March 18, 2019. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
BRITAIN-EU/FISHING
RTX6TQ7C 
April 30, 2019 
Skipper and third generation fisherman from Thyboron Poul-Erik Rom, 35, works on the bridge with his... 
THYBORON, Denmark 
The Wider Image: Danish fishing communities fear Brexit could sink them 
Skipper and third generation fisherman from Thyboron Poul-Erik Rom, 35, works on the bridge with his father Ejvind Rom, 65, on their ship Anna-Lise in the village of Thyboron in Jutland, Denmark, March 18, 2019. Each year Poul Erik and his father land fish worth some 25 million Danish Crowns ($3.75 million) from their vessel, one third of which come from British waters. "I like the unpredictability of fishing. Sometimes we catch 200 kilos, sometimes two tonnes, and we never know what prices we will get," he said. "It seems like we have to sail further and further away from the shore to find the fish," said Poul Erik, who worries what will happen if he is restricted access to British water. The problem for Poul Erik and his father is that as the water warms due to climate change, the fish they rely on such as cod and haddock tend to swim towards colder waters nearer the UK and further north. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly SEARCH "KELLY JUTLAND" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
BRITAIN-EU/FISHING
RTX6TQ6X 
April 30, 2019 
Third generation fisherman Poul-Erik Rom sits at home with his wife Louise and son Oliver during time... 
THYBORON, Denmark 
The Wider Image: Danish fishing communities fear Brexit could sink them 
Third generation fisherman Poul-Erik Rom sits at home with his wife Louise and son Oliver during time on land in the village of Thyboron in Jutland, Denmark, March 19, 2019. Each year Poul Erik and his father land fish worth some 25 million Danish Crowns ($3.75 million) from their vessel, one third of which come from British waters. "I like the unpredictability of fishing. Sometimes we catch 200 kilos, sometimes two tonnes, and we never know what prices we will get," he said. "It seems like we have to sail further and further away from the shore to find the fish," said Poul Erik, who worries what will happen if he is restricted access to British water. The problem for Poul Erik and his father is that as the water warms due to climate change, the fish they rely on such as cod and haddock tend to swim towards colder waters nearer the UK and further north. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly SEARCH "KELLY JUTLAND" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMM 
November 02, 2018 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
View of a warehouse at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKMB 
November 02, 2018 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018.... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
A view of cans in a deposit at Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKM4 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLS 
November 02, 2018 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018.... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Fish fillets are seen at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKLC 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKL2 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
GLOBAL-FISH/PORTUGAL-CANNING
RTX6HKKI 
November 02, 2018 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s... 
Matosinhos, Portugal 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos 
Women work at the Ramirez fish canning factory in Matosinhos, Portugal February 12, 2018. Portugal’s Ramirez canning company touts itself as the oldest cannery in the world. The company was born in 1853 and a little more than a decade later started canning tuna, which were then abundant along the Portuguese coast. Today, five generations of Ramirezes later, they operate a state-of-the-art canning factory in Matosinhos shaped like a can of fish. Today, the company also cans anchovies, sardines, mackerel, cod and other species. Much of the fish is local, but it now has to import fish as well. It exports the canned fish the world over. Picture taken February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Pedro Nunes 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1T16A 
May 24, 2018 
Traders sell fish at an open air market near the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Traders sell fish at an open air market near the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at... 
Traders sell fish at an open air market near the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 23, 2018. Picture taken May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1T168 
May 24, 2018 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 23, 2018. Picture taken May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1T167 
May 24, 2018 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 23, 2018. Picture taken May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1T15F 
May 24, 2018 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating... 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the shores of Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 23, 2018. Picture taken May 23, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1SRVV 
May 22, 2018 
Traders offload their wares from a fishing boat at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Traders offload their wares from a fishing boat at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination... 
Traders offload their wares from a fishing boat at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1SRVP 
May 22, 2018 
Traders sell their wares on fishing boats at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination campaign... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Traders sell their wares on fishing boats at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination campaign... 
Traders sell their wares on fishing boats at the shores of the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
HEALTH-EBOLA/CONGO
RTS1SRR9 
May 22, 2018 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an... 
Mbandaka, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an... 
Fishing boats are seen docked on the Congo River during the vaccination campaign aimed at beating an outbreak of Ebola in the port city of Mbandaka, Democratic Republic of Congo May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
BRITAIN-EU/FISHING C
RTS1LWZK 
January 31, 2018 
BREXIT-FISHING/ - Trade access is vital to Britain because it imports the majority of what it consumes... 
United Kingdom 
UK fishing trade EPS C 
BREXIT-FISHING/ - Trade access is vital to Britain because it imports the majority of what it consumes — like the beloved cod — and exports the bulk of the seafood it catches. 
BREXIT-FISHING/  C
RTS1LW9Z 
January 31, 2018 
BREXIT-FISHING/ - Trade access is vital to Britain because it imports the majority of what it consumes... 
United Kingdom 
UK fishing trade EPS C 
BREXIT-FISHING/ - Trade access is vital to Britain because it imports the majority of what it consumes — like the beloved cod — and exports the bulk of the seafood it catches. 
GLOBAL-FASTFOOD/
RTS1E3S7 
September 27, 2017 
An employee prepares deep-fried fish at a fast food restaurant in Matonge neighbourhood of Kinshasa,... 
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
An employee prepares deep-fried fish at a fast food restaurant in Matonge neighbourhood of Kinshasa 
An employee prepares deep-fried fish at a fast food restaurant in Matonge neighbourhood of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo September 27, 2017. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe 
CONGO-PYGMIES/
RTX2YNEY 
January 12, 2017 
Men repair fishing nets, at Kagorwa Pygmy camp on Idjwi island in the Democratic Republic of Congo, November... 
Idjwi Island, Democratic Republic of Congo 
The Wider Image: A dying way of life for Congo's Pygmies 
Men repair fishing nets, at Kagorwa Pygmy camp on Idjwi island in the Democratic Republic of Congo, November 25, 2016. REUTERS/Therese Di Campo SEARCH "BAMBUTI" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
CONGO-POLITICS/
RTX2W0S5 
December 21, 2016 
Fishing vessels are seen docked along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa,... 
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
Fishing vessels are seen docked along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa... 
Fishing vessels are seen docked along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
CONGO-POLITICS/
RTX2W0S3 
December 21, 2016 
People stand on wooden boats as they fish along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's... 
Kinshasa, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the 
People stand on wooden boats as they fish along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's... 
People stand on wooden boats as they fish along the Congo river in the Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa, December 21, 2016. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
BRITAIN-EU/FISH
RTX1WBN5 
November 29, 2015 
Cod is displayed on ice in boxes before the start of the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby,... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Cod is displayed on ice in boxes before the start of the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby,... 
Cod is displayed on ice in boxes before the start of the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby, Britain November 17, 2015. Auctions take place every morning in the market, which handles 15,000 tonnes of fish per year, mostly imported from Iceland and Norway. The European Union is not an abstract concept in Grimsby, an English port where many blame EU fishing quotas for destroying livelihoods, but views on whether Britain should quit the club are more nuanced than the decaying fish docks suggest. Photograph taken November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
BRITAIN-EU/FISH
RTX1WBML 
November 29, 2015 
Fish buyers stand next to boxes of cod during the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby, Britain... 
Grimsby, United Kingdom 
Fish buyers stand next to boxes of cod during the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby, Britain... 
Fish buyers stand next to boxes of cod during the daily auction at the fish market in Grimsby, Britain November 17, 2015. The market handles about 15,000 tonnes of fish per year, but since the decline of the local fishing fleet most supplies come from Iceland and Norway. The European Union is not an abstract concept in Grimsby, an English port where many blame EU fishing quotas for destroying livelihoods, but views on whether Britain should quit the club are more nuanced than the decaying fish docks suggest. Photograph taken November 17, 2015. REUTERS/Phil Noble 
PORTUGAL/
RTR3KY23 
April 12, 2014 
Cod is salted at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon April 11, 2014. Portugal... 
Moita, Portugal 
Cod is salted at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon 
Cod is salted at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon April 11, 2014. Portugal is the largest consumer of cod in the world, using 70,000 tons per year, which is 25 percent of the entire world production. Portuguese cod processor Riberalves was started in 1985, and today it is a leading company in the processing of frozen and salted cod. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
PORTUGAL/
RTR3KY1N 
April 12, 2014 
Cod is processed at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon April 11, 2014. Portugal... 
Moita, Portugal 
Cod is processed at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon 
Cod is processed at the facilities of Riberalves company in Moita, near Lisbon April 11, 2014. Portugal is the largest consumer of cod in the world, using 70,000 tons per year, which is 25 percent of the entire world production. Portuguese cod processor Riberalves was started in 1985, and today it is a leading company in the processing of frozen and salted cod. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante (PORTUGAL - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
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A cruise and fishing ticket office is closed in Hyannis, Massachusetts, March 26, 2014. The spring snowstorm dropped several inches across Cape Cod and battered the area with gusting winds. REUTERS/Dominick Reuter (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
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Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Notre Dame de Boulogne" is seen off the coast of northern France October... 
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Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Notre Dame de Boulogne" is seen off the coast of northern France 
Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Notre Dame de Boulogne" is seen off the coast of northern France October 21, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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A fisherman labels a box of sea bream aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off... 
A fisherman labels a box of sea bream aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France October 21, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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A fisherman on the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" prepares to raise fishing nets off the coast of northern France October 21, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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Fisherman Ludovic Caloin walks through a doorway aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France October 21, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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Fisherman Margolle sorts squid aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast... 
Fisherman Jeremy Margolle sorts squid aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France September 23, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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Fisherman Caloin cleans a cod aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast... 
Fisherman Luovic Caloin cleans a cod aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France September 23, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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Fishermen sort fish aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern... 
Fishermen sort fish aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France September 23, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken September 23, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)

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Religious icons are displayed aboard the Boulogne sur Mer based trawler "Nicolas Jeremy" off the coast of northern France October 21, 2013. Fishermen will not get European Union subsidies to build new vessels, EU lawmakers agreed on October 23. Voting on how to allocate nearly 1 billion euros ($1.4 billion) in annual fisheries subsidies up to 2020, the European Parliament said more money should be spent on assessing the state of Europe's depleted stocks. If confirmed in talks with governments, the proposals could spell relief for the estimated 75 percent of EU fish stocks that the European Commission says are over-fished. Picture taken October 21, 2013. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS MARITIME ENVIRONMENT POLITICS RELIGION)

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