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CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMG
October 15, 2021
Tommy Nooshoota watches as Daniel Innuaraq tries to deny his shot as they and friends play basketball...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Tommy Nooshoota watches as Daniel Innuaraq tries to deny his shot as they and friends play basketball while residents line up to collect bottled water, after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMD
October 15, 2021
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMF
October 15, 2021
Bottled water is unloaded for distribution after city officials in the northern territory said lab results...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Bottled water is unloaded for distribution after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMI
October 15, 2021
City of Iqaluit employee Matthew Norman records house numbers of residents to ensure fair distribution...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
City of Iqaluit employee Matthew Norman records house numbers of residents to ensure fair distribution of bottled water, after officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMH
October 15, 2021
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMK
October 15, 2021
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDMJ
October 15, 2021
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Hundreds of residents line up to collect bottled water after city officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIMDME
October 15, 2021
Iqaluit mayor Kenny Bell meets with city councillors and distribution workers as they wait for bottled...
Iqaluit, Canada
Residents line up to collect bottled water after fuel contamination was confirmed in city supply
Iqaluit mayor Kenny Bell meets with city councillors and distribution workers as they wait for bottled water to arrive, after officials in the northern territory said lab results confirmed that fuel had entered its water supply in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 15, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKIG4
October 14, 2021
Jackie Unahah of the City of Iqaluit fills bottles for Elisapee Johnston and others lining up to collect...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Jackie Unahah of the City of Iqaluit fills bottles for Elisapee Johnston and others lining up to collect Sylvia Grinnell River water from a tanker truck, after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKIG2
October 14, 2021
Jackie Unahah of the City of Iqaluit fills bottles for Elisapee Johnston and others lining up to collect...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Jackie Unahah of the City of Iqaluit fills bottles for Elisapee Johnston and others lining up to collect Sylvia Grinnell River water from a tanker truck, after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKIG0
October 14, 2021
Derek Allerton reaches for water bottles from Laura Thompson to fill with water collected by a tanker...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Derek Allerton reaches for water bottles from Laura Thompson to fill with water collected by a tanker truck from the Sylvia Grinnell River, after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKIG1
October 14, 2021
Bernie Coutu fills bottles for Ryan Garvin with water collected by a tanker truck from the Sylvia Grinnell...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Bernie Coutu fills bottles for Ryan Garvin with water collected by a tanker truck from the Sylvia Grinnell River, as Laura Thompson lines up all of their containers after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKIFZ
October 14, 2021
Residents line up to collect water from a tanker truck which was filled at the Sylvia Grinnell River,...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Residents line up to collect water from a tanker truck which was filled at the Sylvia Grinnell River, after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5F
October 14, 2021
Joshua Kakee and Nysana Jr. Qillaq carry containers filled with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Joshua Kakee and Nysana Jr. Qillaq carry containers filled with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5D
October 14, 2021
A City of Iqaluit worker fills a water truck at the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
A City of Iqaluit worker fills a water truck at the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5L
October 14, 2021
Sanija Sagiaktuk fills a container with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Sanija Sagiaktuk fills a container with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5I
October 14, 2021
Rachel Shoapik, Leetia Kootoo, Cory Shoapik, and Emily Shoapik fill containers with water from the Sylvia...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Rachel Shoapik, Leetia Kootoo, Cory Shoapik, and Emily Shoapik fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5H
October 14, 2021
Rachel Shoapik, Leetia Kootoo, Emily Shoapik, and Cory Shoapik fill containers with water from the Sylvia...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Rachel Shoapik, Leetia Kootoo, Emily Shoapik, and Cory Shoapik fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5G
October 14, 2021
Emily and Cory Shoapik help Lucy Mingeriak fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Emily and Cory Shoapik help Lucy Mingeriak fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5C
October 14, 2021
A City of Iqaluit worker fills a water truck at the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
A City of Iqaluit worker fills a water truck at the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5K
October 14, 2021
Kyle Pallister fills containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Kyle Pallister fills containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5E
October 14, 2021
Emily and Cory Shoapik help Lucy Mingeriak fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Emily and Cory Shoapik help Lucy Mingeriak fill containers with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CANADA-IQALUIT/WATER
RTXIKI5J
October 14, 2021
Kyle Pallister carries a container filled with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities...
Iqaluit, Canada
Iqaluit declares a state of emergency due to suspected fuel contamination in the water supply
Kyle Pallister carries a container filled with water from the Sylvia Grinnell River after authorities ordered the 7,000 residents of the capital of Canada's northernmost territory Nunavut not to drink the city's water due to suspected fuel contamination, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada October 14, 2021. REUTERS/Casey Lessard
CALIFORNIA-OILSPILL/ C
RTXI3E7V
October 04, 2021
A large oil spill off the southern California coast left fish dead, birds mired in petroleum and wetlands...
UNITED STATES
California Oil Spill C
A large oil spill off the southern California coast left fish dead, birds mired in petroleum and wetlands contaminated, in what local officials called an environmental catastrophe.
SANTE-CORONAVIRUS/USA-ENFANTS.FC
RTXG5SFR
August 25, 2021
Le nombre de cas de contamination au COVID-19 ne cesse de croître aux États-Unis, à mesure que le variant...
Nombre de cas de COVID-19 aux États-Unis.FC
Le nombre de cas de contamination au COVID-19 ne cesse de croître aux États-Unis, à mesure que le variant Delta se propage. Au 12 août, plus de 14% des cas étaient recensés chez les enfants, un chiffre bien au-dessus des 2% recensés en avril dernier.
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS
RTXG5YR0
August 17, 2021
Small fish are seen in a wood canoe with muddy water from the Itajai river near the north dam, which...
JOSE BOITEUX, Brazil
Small fish are seen in a wood canoe with muddy water from the Itajai river near the north dam in Xokleng...
Small fish are seen in a wood canoe with muddy water from the Itajai river near the north dam, which the Xokleng people claim has contaminated their fishes making them smaller and fewer, in Xokleng Laklano indigenous land, Jose Boiteux, Santa Catarina state, Brazil August 17, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
SANTE-CORONAVIRUS/CAS-MONDIAUX.FC
RTXF9VW0
August 06, 2021
Au 2 août, les États-Unis étaient en tête du nombre de cas signalés quotidiennement dans le monde, soit...
Les contaminations au COVID-19 augmentent à mesure que le variant Delta se propage.FC
Au 2 août, les États-Unis étaient en tête du nombre de cas signalés quotidiennement dans le monde, soit un cas sur sept détectés chaque jour.
Environment
Environment
U.S. West faces little-known effect of raging wildfires: contaminated water
35 PICTURES
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7ST
April 30, 2021
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan...
Incheon, South Korea
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan...
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan withdraw its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. The banners read "Condemning Japan's decision to release Fukushima water into the sea". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7SS
April 30, 2021
Members of the media take photographs of South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest,...
Incheon, South Korea
Members of the media take photographs of South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest at...
Members of the media take photographs of South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan to withdraw its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. The banners on the boats read "Condemning Japan's decision to release Fukushima water into the sea". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7SR
April 30, 2021
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand...
Incheon, South Korea
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand...
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan withdraw its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. The banners read "Condemning Japan's decision to release Fukushima water into the sea". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7SQ
April 30, 2021
A policeman films South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests...
Incheon, South Korea
A policeman films South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests...
A policeman films South Korean fishing boats taking part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan withdraw its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7SP
April 30, 2021
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan...
Incheon, South Korea
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan...
South Korean fishing boats take part in a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan withdraws its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. The banners on the boats read "Condemning Japan's decision to release Fukushima water into the sea". REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA-PROTEST
RTXBW7RC
April 30, 2021
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand...
Incheon, South Korea
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand...
A South Korean fisherman sits on his boat during a marine protest, part of nationwide protests to demand Japan withdraw its decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, at the sea off Incheon, South Korea, April 30, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji
UKRAINE-CHERNOBYL/UNESCO
RTXBP6MF
April 22, 2021
An employee undergoes a radioactive contamination check near the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl...
Chernobyl, Ukraine
An employee undergoes a radioactive contamination check near the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl...
An employee undergoes a radioactive contamination check near the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant in Chernobyl, Ukraine March 25, 2021. Picture taken March 25, 2021. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMPNC
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student who got her head shaved, protests against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student who got her head shaved, protests against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of policemen protecting the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMPNB
April 20, 2021
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMPDE
April 20, 2021
Shaved hairs of South Korea university students are seen during a protest against Japan?s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
Shaved hairs of South Korea university students are seen during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMP9L
April 20, 2021
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. Placard reads "Condemn Japan's decision to release contaminated water from Fukushima" REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOWT
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOWV
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOVI
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOU8
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOU9
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMORM
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOP2
April 20, 2021
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOOY
April 20, 2021
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOOP
April 20, 2021
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
South Korea university students gets their heads shaved during a protest against Japan’s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOO4
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOJD
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOHZ
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOHW
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
DISASTER-FUKUSHIMA/SOUTHKOREA
RTXBMOGK
April 20, 2021
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean university students protest in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul
A South Korea university student gets her head shaved during a protest against Japan?s decision to release contaminated water from its crippled Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea, in front of the Japanese embassy, in Seoul, South Korea, April 20, 2021. REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji
WATER-DAY/SENEGAL
RTXARX1I
March 24, 2021
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
Dakar, Senegal
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann Bay on the eastern edge of Dakar's peninsula, whose sandy shorefront is discoloured by stagnant algae, in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
WATER-DAY/SENEGAL
RTXARX1H
March 24, 2021
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
Dakar, Senegal
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann Bay on the eastern edge of Dakar's peninsula, whose sandy shorefront is discoloured by stagnant algae, in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
WATER-DAY/SENEGAL
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March 24, 2021
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
Dakar, Senegal
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann Bay on the eastern edge of Dakar's peninsula, whose sandy shorefront is discoloured by stagnant algae, in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
WATER-DAY/SENEGAL
RTXARX06
March 24, 2021
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
Dakar, Senegal
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann Bay on the eastern edge of Dakar's peninsula, whose sandy shorefront is discoloured by stagnant algae, in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
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March 18, 2021
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann...
Dakar, Senegal
The Wider Image: Seen from the sky: polluted waters around the world
An aerial view shows water contaminated with raw sewage flowing via open channels into the ocean at Hann Bay on the eastern edge of Dakar's peninsula, whose sandy shorefront is discoloured by stagnant algae, in Dakar, Senegal, March 17, 2021. Inadequate sewer infrastructure in the adjacent neighbourhoods of Hann-Bel-air and Mbao means large amounts of solid and liquid waste is released into the bay untreated year-round. On Hann beach, an artisanal fishing hub, old tyres lie around a canal filed with putrid water and trash. "We live in sickness here, because our families are in direct contact with this water and this waste," said fisherman and local resident Pape Malick Ba. Last September, the water and sanitation ministry launched a long-promised project to clean up Hann bay at a cost of 93 billion CFA francs ($168 million). As residents wait for it to yield results, they struggle to keep their beaches clean through citizen initiatives. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "GLOBAL WATER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
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JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/ANNIVERSARY-PETS
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March 03, 2021
Sakae Kato walks past black bags containing contaminated soil from the fallout of the Fukushima nuclear...
NAMIE, Japan
The Wider Image: The man who saves forgotten cats in Fukushima's nuclear zone
Sakae Kato walks past black bags containing contaminated soil from the fallout of the Fukushima nuclear plant, in a restricted zone in Namie, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, February 21, 2021. Kato looks after 41 cats in his home and another empty building on his property. A decade ago, Kato stayed behind to rescue cats abandoned by neighbours who fled the radiation clouds belching from the nearby Fukushima nuclear plant. He won't leave. "I don't want to leave, I like living in these mountains," Kato said. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon SEARCH "FUKUSHIMA KYUNG-HOON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
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