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PALESTINIANS/
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August 09, 2009
A Palestinian farmer holds figs after picking them from a tree during harvest on a farm in al-Sheikh...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian farmer holds figs after picking them from tree during harvest on farm in Gaza
A Palestinian farmer holds figs after picking them from a tree during harvest on a farm in al-Sheikh Ejleen in the southern part of Gaza City August 9, 2009. This month is the harvest season for figs in Gaza. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA SOCIETY AGRICULTURE)
AGFLATION-PACKAGE/
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March 28, 2008
A fruit vendor offers peaches (L) at a price of $1 per 25 and fresh figs in the Rodriguez street market...
La Paz, Bolivia
A fruit vendor waits for customers in the Rodriguez street market in La Paz
A fruit vendor offers peaches (L) at a price of $1 per 25 and fresh figs in the Rodriguez street market in La Paz, March 15, 2008. Food prices are soaring, a wealthier Asia is demanding better food and farmers can't keep up. In short, the world is in a food crisis that is in danger of boiling over. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
SYRIA/
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April 03, 2007
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi eats a fig while touring a souk (marketplace) in Damascus April 3, 2007....
Damascus, Syrian Arab Republic
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi eats figs while touring a souk (marketplace) in Damascus
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi eats a fig while touring a souk (marketplace) in Damascus April 3, 2007. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (SYRIA)
AUSTRALIA
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October 13, 2004
A man dressed in a suit sleeps under fig trees at Sydney's Observatory Hill, where the Bureau of Meteorology...
Sydney, Australia
A man sleeps under fig trees at Sydney's Observatory Hill on hottest October day on record.
A man dressed in a suit sleeps under fig trees at Sydney's Observatory Hill, where the Bureau of Meteorology take their city temperature readings, on the hottest October day ever recorded October 13, 2004. The city reached a maximum temperature of 38.2 degrees Celcius (100.7 degrees Fahrenheit), beating the old mark of 37.4 degrees Celcius (99.3 degrees Fahrenheit) set in in 1942. Similar high temperatures were being experienced around the state, with over 20 bushfires breaking out in rural areas. REUTERS/David Gray. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. DG
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