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BRITAIN-WEATHER/
RTS2D2GY
January 31, 2019
Maggie, a cross breed dog look on during a walk in Harpenden, Britain, January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Peter...
Harpenden, United Kingdom
Maggie, a cross breed dog look on during a walk in Harpenden
Maggie, a cross breed dog look on during a walk in Harpenden, Britain, January 31, 2019. REUTERS/Peter Cziborra
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HWFW
December 13, 2014
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Kajiado, Kenya
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS)
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HVTA
December 13, 2014
Ntuntuma Ntitikai, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 200m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Kajiado, Kenya
Ntuntuma Ntitikai, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 200m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Ntuntuma Ntitikai, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 200m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS)
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HVT3
December 13, 2014
Esther Sereya crosses the line to win the women's 100m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai...
Kajiado, Kenya
Esther Sereya crosses the line to win the women's 100m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai...
Esther Sereya crosses the line to win the women's 100m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS)
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HVQT
December 13, 2014
David Kirisia, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 5000m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Kajiado, Kenya
David Kirisia, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 5000m race in the Maasai Olympics...
David Kirisia, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 5000m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS)
KENYA-ATHLETICS/
RTR4HVQ7
December 13, 2014
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Kajiado, Kenya
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics...
Charles Sankale, a Maasai moran athlete, crosses the line to win the 800m race in the Maasai Olympics 2014 at the Sidai Oleng wildlife sanctuary at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro near the Kenya-Tanzania border in Kajiado December 13, 2014. Scores of young Maasais representing four manyattas - a barrack for warriors aged about 16-25 - competed against each other on Saturday for prestige, bragging rights and a prized breeding bull for their manyatta. The Maasai Olympics is a biennial event focused on ending Maasais' enduring cultural tradition of killing lions. To match Feature KENYA-ATHLETICS/ REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ATHLETICS)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QCL
September 25, 2014
People wait outside their home after a volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigated it in the San...
San Salvador, El Salvador
People wait outside their home after a volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigated it in the San...
People wait outside their home after a volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigated it in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QCD
September 25, 2014
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes...
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QC7
September 25, 2014
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks on a dirt road before starting to fumigate the interior...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks on a dirt road before starting to fumigate the interior...
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks on a dirt road before starting to fumigate the interior and exterior of houses in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QC0
September 25, 2014
Women and children sit outside their homes beside a stroller covered with a mosquito net while volunteers...
San Salvador, El Salvador
Women and children sit outside their homes while volunteers from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigate their...
Women and children sit outside their homes beside a stroller covered with a mosquito net while volunteers from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigate their homes in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QBV
September 25, 2014
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks past a woman seated in a wheelchair after fumigating her...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks past a woman seated in a wheelchair after fumigating her...
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross walks past a woman seated in a wheelchair after fumigating her home in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QAI
September 25, 2014
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood...
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
EL-SALVADOR-CHIKUNGUNYA/
RTR47QAA
September 25, 2014
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood...
A volunteer from El Salvador's Red Cross fumigates inside a house in the San Antonio Abad neighbourhood to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in San Salvador, September 25, 2014. El Salvador has detected nearly 30,000 cases of the painful mosquito-borne viral disease chikungunya transmitted by the bite of infected mosquitoes such as Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus, and has undertaken measures to prevent the disease-carrying mosquitoes breeding, the head of the country's emergency services said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas (EL SALVADOR - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES-HERO/DOG
RTX10FTU
June 07, 2013
Kabang, a mongrel dog which returns to the Philippines after eight months of surgery and treatment in...
Manila, Philippines
Mongrel dog Kabang stands during a news conference in Paranaque, Metro Manila
Kabang, a mongrel dog which returns to the Philippines after eight months of surgery and treatment in the U.S., stands during a news conference at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Paranaque, Metro Manila June 8, 2013. Kabang has been hailed as a hero in the Philippines after her snout was ripped off while saving the lives of her owner Rudy Bunggal's daughter and niece in 2011 when she leaped in front of a motorcycle on the verge of hitting them. She was released from the University of California's Davis Veterinary Hospital on June 3 following surgery to partially reconstruct her face and treatment for heartworm and cancer that were funded by money raised in an online campaign. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS HEALTH)
AFGHANISTAN
RTR3CP6Q
January 20, 2013
Strykers - a military vehicle that resembles a cross-breed between a tank and a humvee - driven by the...
HUTAL, Afghanistan
Strykers driven by the U.S. Army's 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment,...
Strykers - a military vehicle that resembles a cross-breed between a tank and a humvee - driven by the U.S. Army's 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment, go on patrol outside Combat Outpost Hutal in Maywand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, January 20, 2013. REUTERS/Andrew Burton (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR3CP5S
January 20, 2013
Strykers - a military vehicle that resembles a cross-breed between a tank and a humvee - driven by the...
HUTAL, Afghanistan
Strykers - a military vehicle that resembles a cross-breed between a tank and a humvee - driven by the...
Strykers - a military vehicle that resembles a cross-breed between a tank and a humvee - driven by the U.S. Army's 1st Platoon, Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 36th Infantry Regiment, go on patrol outside Combat Outpost Hutal in Maywand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan, January 20, 2013. REUTERS/Andrew Burton (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: MILITARY)
BRITAIN
RTR2NT9T
June 18, 2011
Roxy, a Rottweiler-Labrador cross formerly from the Battersea dog'shome shelter, sits in the judging...
London, United Kingdom
Roxy, a Rottweiler-Labrador cross formerly from the Battersea dog'shome shelter, sits in the judging...
Roxy, a Rottweiler-Labrador cross formerly from the Battersea dog'shome shelter, sits in the judging enclosure before winning the "Best Dressed Victorian on Six Legs" category during the Dashing Dog Show at Kensington Palace in London June 18, 2011. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
BRITAIN/
RTR2GZLL
August 02, 2010
A volunteer walks Mathilda, a Jack Russell cross breed as the dog awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs...
London, United Kingdom
A volunteer walks Mathilda, a Jack Russell cross breed as the dog awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs...
A volunteer walks Mathilda, a Jack Russell cross breed as the dog awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London August 2, 2010. The charity, which rehouses stray dogs, said it was forced to put down one-third of the dogs it took in in 2009, despite more than half of them being healthy, as their behaviours posed safety risks. The animal shelter said the issue of stray, aggressive dogs needs to be tackled because a growing number of healthy dogs are being put down as they are too dangerous to rehome. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2GZLF
August 02, 2010
A Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London August...
London, United Kingdom
A Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London
A Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London August 2, 2010. The charity, which rehouses stray dogs, said it was forced to put down one-third of the dogs it took in in 2009, despite more than half of them being healthy, as their behaviours posed safety risks. The animal shelter said the issue of stray, aggressive dogs needs to be tackled because a growing number of healthy dogs are being put down as they are too dangerous to rehome. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR2GZLC
August 02, 2010
A volunteer walks Honeybee, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed, as the dog awaits rehousing at Battersea...
London, United Kingdom
A volunteer walks Honeybee, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross breed, as the dog awaits rehousing at...
A volunteer walks Honeybee, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier crossbreed, as the dog awaits rehousing at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home in London August 2, 2010. The charity, which rehouses stray dogs, said it was forced to put down one-third of the dogs it took in in 2009, despite more than half of them being healthy, as their behaviours posed safety risks. The animal shelter said the issue of stray, aggressive dogs needs to be tackled because a growing number of healthy dogs are being put down as they are too dangerous to rehome. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
FALKLANDS-ENERGY/
RTR2E08W
May 17, 2010
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley in this May 16, 2010...
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley
A King Penguin crosses in front of a flock of Gentoo Penguins near Port Stanley in this May 16, 2010 photo. A potential oil find near the remote Falkland Islands has the British territory's residents hopeful of an economic boom but concerned for wildlife, including some of the world's largest breeding populations of rockhopper penguins, gentoo penguins and black-browed albatross as well as marine invertebrates unique to the archipelago's 700 tiny islands. Picture taken May 16. REUTERS/Gary Clement (FALKLAND ISLANDS - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA-BULL/
RTR27Y2X
September 17, 2009
Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" is seen in Bachok, in the state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast of Kuala...
BACHOK, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/
Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" is seen in Bachok, in the state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast of Kuala Lumpur, September 17, 2009. Standing 6 feet (1.8 metres) tall and weighing 1.5 tonnes, the cream-coloured, six-year-old bull is a cross-bred between a local variety and the Charolais breed known for its large size. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/ REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA SOCIETY ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA-BULL/
RTR27Y2V
September 17, 2009
Villagers look at Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" in Bachok, in the state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast...
BACHOK, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/
Villagers look at Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" in Bachok, in the state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast of Kuala Lumpur, September 17, 2009. Standing 6 feet (1.8 metres) tall and weighing 1.5 tonnes, the cream-coloured, six-year-old bull is a cross-bred between a local variety and the Charolais breed known for its large size. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/ REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA SOCIETY ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA-BULL/
RTR27Y2U
September 17, 2009
Juharani Jafaar, the owner of Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob", holds its head at his house in Bachok, in...
BACHOK, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/
Juharani Jafaar, the owner of Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob", holds its head at his house in Bachok, in the state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast of Kuala Lumpur, September 17, 2009. Standing 6 feet (1.8 metres) tall and weighing 1.5 tonnes, the cream-coloured, six-year-old bull is a cross-bred between a local variety and the Charolais breed known for its large size. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/ REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA SOCIETY ANIMALS)
MALAYSIA-BULL/
RTR27Y2S
September 17, 2009
Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" stands next to a car in Bachok, in Malaysia's state of Kelantan, about...
BACHOK, Malaysia
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/
Malaysia's biggest bull "Bob" stands next to a car in Bachok, in Malaysia's state of Kelantan, about 600km northeast of Kuala Lumpur, September 17, 2009. Standing 6 feet (1.8 metres) tall and weighing 1.5 tonnes, the cream-coloured, six-year-old bull is a cross-bred between a local variety and the Charolais breed known for its large size. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA-BULL/ REUTERS/Zainal Abd Halim (MALAYSIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
MARKETS-WHEAT/
RTR27IAE
September 06, 2009
Wheat marked with spray paint grows in research fields at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus...
St Paul, UNITED STATES
Wheat marked with spray paint grows in research fields at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus...
Wheat marked with spray paint grows in research fields at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus in Minnesota, July 30, 2009. Jim Anderson (in the background), a wheat breeder, examines different varieties of wheat cross breeds for resistance to wheat rust before marking them for research. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
MARKETS-WHEAT/
RTR27IAD
September 06, 2009
Brian Steffensen, a plant pathologist, and Jim Anderson, a wheat breeder, examine a strain of a bread...
St Paul, UNITED STATES
A plant pathologist and a wheat breeder examine a strain of a bread wheat cross breed at the University...
Brian Steffensen, a plant pathologist, and Jim Anderson, a wheat breeder, examine a strain of a bread wheat cross breed for resistance to wheat rust in research fields at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus in Minnesota, July 30, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
MARKETS-WHEAT/
RTR27IAB
September 06, 2009
Jim Anderson, a wheat breeder, examines different varieties of wheat cross breeds for resistance to wheat...
St Paul, UNITED STATES
A wheat breeder examines different varieties of wheat cross breeds at the University of Minnesota's St....
Jim Anderson, a wheat breeder, examines different varieties of wheat cross breeds for resistance to wheat rust before marking them with spray paint in research fields at the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus in Minnesota, July 30, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Miller (UNITED STATES AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2632M
July 27, 2009
Residents of Rio hold crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Residents of Rio hold crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro...
Residents of Rio hold crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro July 26, 2009. The NGO Rio de Paz (Peace Rio) held the protest on the beach with the relatives of victims of violence. Famous for its beaches and the "biggest party in the world" at Carnival time, Brazil's second-biggest city is plagued by a vast gap between rich and poor that helps breed violent crime, including a huge drug trade, murders and assaults. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW TRAVEL POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2632W
July 26, 2009
A cross displayed during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro July 26, 2009....
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A cross displayed during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro
A cross displayed during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro July 26, 2009. The NGO Rio de Paz (Peace Rio) held the protest on the beach with the relatives of victims of violence. Famous for its beaches and the "biggest party in the world" at Carnival time, Brazil's second-biggest city is plagued by a vast gap between rich and poor that helps breed violent crime, including a huge drug trade, murders and assaults. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY TRAVEL)
BRAZIL/
RTR2632U
July 26, 2009
A Rio de Janeiro resident carries a cross during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A Rio de Janeiro resident carries a cross during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio...
A Rio de Janeiro resident carries a cross during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro July 26, 2009. The NGO Rio de Paz (Peace Rio) held the protest on the beach with the relatives of victims of violence. Famous for its beaches and the "biggest party in the world" at Carnival time, Brazil's second-biggest city is plagued by a vast gap between rich and poor that helps breed violent crime, including a huge drug trade, murders and assaults. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL CONFLICT CRIME LAW TRAVEL POLITICS SOCIETY)
BRAZIL/
RTR2632Q
July 26, 2009
Rio's residents carry crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Rio's residents carry crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro...
Rio's residents carry crosses during a protest against violence at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro July 26, 2009. The NGO Rio de Paz (Peace Rio) held the protest on the beach with the relatives of victims of violence. Famous for its beaches and the "biggest party in the world" at Carnival time, Brazil's second-biggest city is plagued by a vast gap between rich and poor that helps breed violent crime, including a huge drug trade, murders and assaults. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
JAPAN
RTR24XOQ
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" waits to give blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC)...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" waits to give blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" waits to give blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN
RTR24XOP
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" is held by an aid worker as he gives blood at Japan Animal...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" gives blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" is held by an aid worker as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XON
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XOL
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XOG
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN
RTR24XOF
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" receives a blood test from a veterinarian before he gives...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" receives a blood test before he gives blood in Kawasaki...
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" receives a blood test from a veterinarian before he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
JAPAN
RTR24XO8
June 23, 2009
Injection needle for a blood donation is seen on furry of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro"...
Kawasaki, Japan
Injection needle for a blood donation is seen on furry of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro"...
Injection needle for a blood donation is seen on furry of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR24XO7
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid worker, lies on a...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" lies on a operating table as he donates blood in Kawasaki...
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid worker, lies on a operating table as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XO6
June 23, 2009
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" at Japan...
Kawasaki, Japan
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" in Kawasaki...
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN
RTR24XO5
June 23, 2009
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" at Japan...
Kawasaki, Japan
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" in Kawasaki...
A bag lies on the weigh machine beside a donor of seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH SOCIETY)
JAPAN/
RTR24XO4
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid workers, lies on a...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" lies on a operating table as he gives blood in Kawasaki...
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid workers, lies on a operating table as he gives blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XO2
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid worker, stands on...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" stands on a operating table as he donates blood in Kawasaki...
Seven-year-old male German shepherd "Kinjiro" (C), flanked by veterinarian and aid worker, stands on a operating table before he donates blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo, June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XNV
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood at Japan Animal Referral...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
JAPAN/
RTR24XNR
June 23, 2009
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood at Japan Animal Referral...
Kawasaki, Japan
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood in Kawasaki
Seven-year-old male Rottweiler "Maro" is held by aid workers as he donates blood at Japan Animal Referral Medical Center (JARMeC) in Kawasaki, south of Tokyo June 16, 2009. Blood Donors of a different breed gathered to give blood at the JARMeC last week. Not to be confused with a Red Cross donation drive, donors like Kinjiro, a German shepherd, were furry, four-legged and ready to do their part. While human blood donations are already common, this time it was man's best friend's turn to pitch in for other canines. Picture taken June 16, 2009. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN ANIMALS HEALTH)
CANADA/
RTR24DPT
June 07, 2009
Mulard ducks wait to be fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
Mulard ducks wait to be fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
Mulard ducks wait to be fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPS
June 07, 2009
A piece of foie gras from a Mulard duck is seen at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
A piece of foie gras from a Mulard duck is seen at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
A piece of foie gras from a Mulard duck is seen at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPR
June 07, 2009
Three week old Mulard ducks drink water inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009....
ST-URBAIN, Canada
Three week old Mulard ducks drink water inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
Three week old Mulard ducks drink water inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPP
June 07, 2009
Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn before being fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009....
ST-URBAIN, Canada
Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn before being fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn before being fed at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPO
June 07, 2009
A Mulard duck is being fed by a employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks,...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
A Mulard duck is being fed by a employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
A Mulard duck is being fed by a employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPM
June 07, 2009
A three week old Mulard duck tries to fly inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009....
ST-URBAIN, Canada
A three week old Mulard duck tries to fly at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
A three week old Mulard duck tries to fly inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPL
June 07, 2009
Three months old Mulard ducks are seen in a field at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
Three months old Mulard ducks are seen in a field at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
Three months old Mulard ducks are seen in a field at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain, June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPI
June 07, 2009
A three month old Mulard duck tries to fly at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks,...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
A three month old Mulard duck tries to fly at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
A three month old Mulard duck tries to fly at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPH
June 07, 2009
Three day old Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
Three day old Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
Three day old Mulard ducks are seen inside a barn at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CANADA/
RTR24DPG
June 07, 2009
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks,...
ST-URBAIN, Canada
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at the Ferme Basque in St-Urbain June 6, 2009. Mulard ducks, a cross-breed between a male Muscovy duck and a common female duck, are, according to the producer, the preferred species for the production of foie gras. To obtain foie gras, the producer has to use the "gavage" technique to feed his birds. It consists of inserting a tube inside the bird's throat to deposit food into its crop. This process will, after a period of two weeks, fatten the duck's liver and produce foie gras. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA FOOD ANIMALS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TURKEY-CAMELS/
RTR1W1TO
January 20, 2008
People drink Raki, Turkish liqueur flavoured with aniseed, as they watch the camels from the hills surrounding...
Selcuk, Turkey
People drink Raki as they watch the camels from the hills surrounding the arena during the annual camel-wrestling...
People drink Raki, Turkish liqueur flavoured with aniseed, as they watch the camels from the hills surrounding the arena during the annual camel-wrestling tournament in the western Turkish town of Selcuk January 20, 2008. Camel wrestling is a popular and spectacular event in the Aegean region of Turkey, and this is one of the biggest annual camel wrestlings held with around hundred camels watched by thousands of enthusiasts. The bull camel are usually long-haired cross breed reared for their aggression. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
GERMANY/
RTR1RY1Z
July 17, 2007
Bahier, a male liger, is seen in his enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the small village of...
GROEMITZ, Germany
Male liger hybrid Bahier is seen in his enclosure at a private zoo in Groemitz
Bahier, a male liger, is seen in his enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the small village of Groemitz on the Baltic Sea coast near Luebeck July 17, 2007. The liger, a result of a breeding of a male lion and a female tiger, was born in the 31-year old private zoo in 1990. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1RY1I
July 17, 2007
Cilly, a female liger, is seen in her enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the small village...
GROEMITZ, Germany
Female liger hybrid Cilly is seen in her enclosure at a private zoo in Groemitz
Cilly, a female liger, is seen in her enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the small village of Groemitz on the Baltic Sea coast near Luebeck July 17, 2007. The liger, a result of a breeding of a male lion and a female tiger, was born in the 31-year old private zoo in 1990. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1RY02
July 17, 2007
Bahier, a male liger, is pictured in his enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the village of...
GROEMITZ, Germany
Male liger hybrid Bahier is pictured in his enclosure at a private zoo in Groemitz
Bahier, a male liger, is pictured in his enclosure at the private zoo "Arche Noah" in the village of Groemitz on the Baltic Sea coast July 17, 2007. The liger, a result of a breeding of a male lion and a female tiger, was born in the 31-year old private zoo in 1990. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
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