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POPE-CARDINALS/
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June 28, 2018
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony...
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony to install 14 new cardinals in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, June 28 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
POPE-CARDINALS/
RTS1UA76
June 28, 2018
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony...
Pope Francis blesses new cardinal Antonio Augusto dos Santos Marto of Portugal during a consistory ceremony to install 14 new cardinals in Saint Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, June 28 2018. REUTERS/Tony Gentile
BRAZIL-DEFORESTATION/
RTS1CMS5
August 21, 2017
An aerial view shows Santo Antonio do Matupi district, located near the Transamazon Highway in Manicore,...
MANICORE, Brazil
The Wider Image: Battling deforestation in the Amazon
An aerial view shows Santo Antonio do Matupi district, located near the Transamazon Highway in Manicore, in the southern region of the state of Amazonas, Brazil, July 27, 2017. REUTERS/Bruno Kelly SEARCH "DEFORESTATION" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
BRAZIL-INFRASTRUCTURE/RAILWAY
RTX2V72Q
December 15, 2016
Cicero Antonio do Nascimento, rests inside a tunnel, part of the Transnordestina railway track in Brejo...
BREJO SANTO, Brazil
The Wider Image: Brazil's 'railway to nowhere'
Cicero Antonio do Nascimento, rests inside a tunnel, part of the Transnordestina railway track in Brejo Santo, Ceara state, Brazil, October 29, 2016. Picture taken October 29, 2016. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "MARCELINO RAIL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29CPO
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Junior Dos Santos celebrates his win over Ben Rothwell. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29CPN
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell (R) in action with Junior Dos Santos. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29CPM
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell in action with Junior Dos Santos (R). REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29CPL
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell in action with Junior Dos Santos (R). REUTERS/Antonio Bronic TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COT
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Junior Dos Santos celebrates his win over Ben Rothwell. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COS
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell in action with Junior Dos Santos (R). REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COR
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Junior Dos Santos celebrates his win over Ben Rothwell. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COQ
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell in action with Junior Dos Santos (R). REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COE
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell (R) in action with Junior Dos Santos. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COD
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell (L) in action with Junior Dos Santos. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COC
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell (R) in action with Junior Dos Santos. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
CROATIA-UFC/
RTX29COA
April 10, 2016
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Zagreb, Croatia
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena...
Mixed Martial Arts - Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Fight Night - Mens Heavyweight Bout - Arena Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia - 10/4/16 - Ben Rothwell (R) in action with Junior Dos Santos. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1P8YP
August 23, 2015
People who do not possess proper documentation to travel into Venezuela are detained in a truck by Venezuelan...
San Antonio, Venezuela
People who do not possess proper documentation to travel into Venezuela are detained in a truck by venezuelan...
People who do not possess proper documentation to travel into Venezuela are detained in a truck by Venezuelan border officials during a special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 22, 2015. Venezuela's closure of two border crossings with Colombia hurts innocent people, Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said on Saturday, adding that he hoped to speak to his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro to find a solution. Maduro closed the crossings on Wednesday after a shootout between smugglers and troops left three soldiers wounded. He declared a 60-day state of emergency in five border municipalities on Friday, and deployed a contingent of 1,500 soldiers in the border area to join the 500 already stationed there. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez
VENEZUELA-COLOMBIA/
RTX1P8VN
August 23, 2015
Venezuelan border officials detain people who do not possess proper documentation to travel into Venezuela,...
San Antonio, Venezuela
Venezuelan border officials detain people who do not possess the proper documentation to travel into...
Venezuelan border officials detain people who do not possess proper documentation to travel into Venezuela, during a special deployment, at San Antonio in Tachira state, Venezuela, August 22, 2015. Venezuela's closure of two border crossings with Colombia hurts innocent people, Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos said on Saturday, adding that he hoped to speak to his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro to find a solution. Maduro closed the crossings on Wednesday after a shootout between smugglers and troops left three soldiers wounded. He declared a 60-day state of emergency in five border municipalities on Friday, and deployed a contingent of 1,500 soldiers in the border area to join the 500 already stationed there. REUTERS/Carlos Eduardo Ramirez
SOCCER-SPAIN/
RTR4W6F2
April 05, 2015
Valencia's Antonio Barragan (L) and Villarreal's Jonathan Dos Santos fight for the ball during their...
Valencia, Spain
Valencia's Barragan and Villarreal's Dos Santos fight for the ball during their Spanish first division...
Valencia's Antonio Barragan (L) and Villarreal's Jonathan Dos Santos fight for the ball during their Spanish first division soccer match at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia April 5, 2015. REUTERS/Heino Kalis
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBU
February 12, 2014
A bow full of coffee fruit is pictured in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A bow full of coffee fruit is pictured in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
A bow full of coffee fruit is pictured in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBT
February 12, 2014
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBR
February 12, 2014
Brazilian coffee producer Marcio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Brazilian coffee producer Marcio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
Brazilian coffee producer Marcio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBN
February 12, 2014
Brazilian coffee producer Maercio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Brazilian coffee producer Maercio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do...
Brazilian coffee producer Maercio Diogo adjusts an irrigation system in his farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBK
February 12, 2014
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Three-year-old coffee trees are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high.Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBI
February 12, 2014
A rainbow appears as coffee plants are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014....
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A rainbow appears as coffee plants are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
A rainbow appears as coffee plants are irrigated in a farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 7, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBD
February 12, 2014
Workers prepare pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Workers prepare pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Workers prepare pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBC
February 12, 2014
Brazilian coffee producer Mardio Diogo holds bunches of bananas in his coffee farm in Santo Antonio do...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Brazilian coffee producer Mardio Diogo holds bunches of bananas in his coffee farm in Santo Antonio do...
Brazilian coffee producer Mardio Diogo holds bunches of bananas in his coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PBB
February 12, 2014
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18PB6
February 12, 2014
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Workers carry pipes to install an irrigation line in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P9C
February 12, 2014
Workers install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014....
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Workers install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Workers install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P99
February 12, 2014
A fully formed coffee berry (L) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A fully formed coffee berry is pictured next to a damaged berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo...
A fully formed coffee berry (L) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P96
February 12, 2014
A fully formed coffee berry (R) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A fully formed coffee berry is pictured next to a damaged berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo...
A fully formed coffee berry (R) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P92
February 12, 2014
A worker carries pipes to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A worker carries pipes to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
A worker carries pipes to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P6J
February 12, 2014
Coffee producer Marcio Diogo shows an empty coffee berry, where pale green beans should have formed but...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Coffee producer Diogo shows an empty coffee berry, where pale green beans should have formed but did...
Coffee producer Marcio Diogo shows an empty coffee berry, where pale green beans should have formed but did not due to drought, on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P62
February 12, 2014
A worker carries a pipe to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A worker carries a pipe to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim...
A worker carries a pipe to install an irrigation system on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P5X
February 12, 2014
A tractor waters young coffee plants on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014....
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A tractor waters young coffee plants on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim
A tractor waters young coffee plants on a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P5R
February 12, 2014
A fully formed coffee berry (L) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A fully formed coffee berry is pictured next to a damaged berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo...
A fully formed coffee berry (L) is pictured next to a damaged coffee berry due to drought, in a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BRAZIL-COFFEE/DROUGHT
RTX18P56
February 12, 2014
A close up shows a tractor delivering water to a young coffee plant in a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
A tractor delivers water to a young coffee plant in a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim
A close up shows a tractor delivering water to a young coffee plant in a coffee plantation in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. In Brazil's coffee belt, frost has long been the biggest risk for farmers and commodities traders alike. But after years of migration to warmer confines, farmers here now find themselves scrambling to overcome a unusual threat: blistering heat. January was the hottest and driest month on record in much of southeastern Brazil, punishing crops in the country's agricultural heartland and sending commodities prices sharply higher in global markets. As signs emerged that the world's largest coffee crop was withering, futures prices shot up 26 percent over a seven-day stretch to a nine-month high. Picture taken February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTX18BOW
February 07, 2014
Tall feed corn is harvested on a warm summer day in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo...
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Tall feed corn is harvested on a warm summer day in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Tall feed corn is harvested on a warm summer day in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: AGRICULTURE)
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February 07, 2014
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014....
SANTO ANTONIODO JARDIM, Brazil
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff reaffirmed on Thursday that the Brazilian electrical system needs to be lightning proof, according to the minister of social communication, after Hermes Chipp, the director general of the national grid operator ONS, pointed to an electric discharge as a possible cause of the blackout this week. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY)
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February 07, 2014
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014....
SANTO ANTONIO DO JARDIM, Brazil
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim
Electricity transmission towers stand over a coffee farm in Santo Antonio do Jardim February 6, 2014. Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff reaffirmed on Thursday that the Brazilian electrical system needs to be lightning proof, according to the minister of social communication, after Hermes Chipp, the director general of the national grid operator ONS, pointed to an electric discharge as a possible cause of the blackout this week. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENERGY)
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September 17, 2012
Deaf students (L-R) Joao Farias Alves, 11, Antonio Marques, 16, and Joao Pedro dos Santos Teixeira, 11,...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Deaf students play bongos during their music class in Sao Paulo
Deaf students (L-R) Joao Farias Alves, 11, Antonio Marques, 16, and Joao Pedro dos Santos Teixeira, 11, play bongos during their music class at the Madre Lucie Bray Municipal School for the Deaf in Sao Paulo September 4, 2012. The technique of teaching music to deaf children was developed by Fabio Bonvenuto while working in this public school in 2005, where the percussionists feel the music through vibrations rather than sound waves. Their "Music of Silence Band" recently received an invitation to play in the opening ceremony of the 2014 World Cup alongside the country's top musicians. Picture taken September 4, 2012. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos works on his kitchen garden after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos walks out from the school office after his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos walks out from the school office after his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos walks out from the school office after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS EDUCATION)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos bids his teacher farewell after his ninth year school degree examination in...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos bids his teacher farewell after his ninth year school degree examination in...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos bids his teacher farewell after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS EDUCATION)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos shows his portfolio which he presents on his ninth year school degree examination...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos shows his portfolio which he presents on his ninth year school degree examination...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos shows his portfolio which he presents on his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS EDUCATION)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos leaves the classroom after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos leaves the classroom after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos leaves the classroom after his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS EDUCATION)
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September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos answers a question during his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos answers a question during his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos answers a question during his ninth year school degree examination in Sintra August 30, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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RTR37FYB
September 03, 2012
Manuel Antonio dos Santos waits for the opening of the employment centre, where he does weekly mandatory...
Sintra, Portugal
Manuel Antonio dos Santos waits for the opening of the employment centre, where he does weekly mandatory...
Manuel Antonio dos Santos waits for the opening of the employment centre, where he does weekly mandatory presences, in Sintra, September 3, 2012. Manuel said that he was fired in October 2011 from a German company, where he worked for 17 years in Portugal. The 55-year-old has since been studying to improve his professional and academic qualifications. Portugal is under a bailout by IMF, ECB and EU with strong austerity measures. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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May 06, 2012
Botafogo's Lucas (R) receives a red card from referee Luis Antonio Silva dos Santos during their Carioca...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Botafogo's Lucas receives a red card from referee Santos during their Carioca Championship final first...
Botafogo's Lucas (R) receives a red card from referee Luis Antonio Silva dos Santos during their Carioca Championship final first leg soccer match against Fluminense, at Joao Havelange stadium in Rio de Janeiro May 6, 2012. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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September 29, 2011
Antonio Pereira Dos Santos (L) of Standard Liege fights the ball with Dame N'Doye (R) of FC Copenhagen...
Liege, Belgium
Dos Santos of Standard Liege fights the ball with N'Doye of FC Copenhagen during their Europa League...
Antonio Pereira Dos Santos (L) of Standard Liege fights the ball with Dame N'Doye (R) of FC Copenhagen during their Europa League Group B soccer match at the Maurice Dufrasne stadium in Liege September 29, 2011 REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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June 30, 2011
Reinforcements for the Mexican soccer team attend a news conference in Tigre, Buenos Aires June 29, 2011....
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Reinforcements for the Mexican soccer team attend a news conference in Tigre, Buenos Aires
Reinforcements for the Mexican soccer team attend a news conference in Tigre, Buenos Aires June 29, 2011. From L-R: Edgar Pacheco, Diego de Bueno, Alan Pulido, Kristian Alvarez, Giovani dos Santos, Ulises Davila, Emilio Orrantia, Antonio Gallardo and Osvaldo Alanis. Mexico will play in the Copa America soccer tournament in Argentina from July 1-24. REUTERS/Martin Acosta (ARGENTINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
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May 17, 2011
Standard Liege's Steven Defour (L) and Antonio Pereira Dos Santos Kanu (R) react during their Belgian...
Genk, Belgium
Standard Liege's Defour and Dos Santos Kanu react during their Belgian first division championship soccer...
Standard Liege's Steven Defour (L) and Antonio Pereira Dos Santos Kanu (R) react during their Belgian first division championship playoffs soccer match against Genk at the Cristal Arena in Genk May 17, 2011. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER/
RTR2MJQQ
May 17, 2011
Standard Liege's Antonio Pereira Dos Santos Kanu reacts during their Belgian first division championship...
Genk, Belgium
Standard Liege's Dos Santos Kanu reacts during their Belgian first division championship soccer match...
Standard Liege's Antonio Pereira Dos Santos Kanu reacts during their Belgian first division championship playoffs soccer match against Genk at the Cristal Arena in Genk May 17, 2011. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER-EUROPE/SWITZERLAND
RTR26S4X
August 16, 2009
FC Basel's (FCB) wall jump to defend a free-kick from Grasshoppers' (GC) Antonio Dos Santos (R) during...
Zurich, Switzerland
FCB wall jump to defend a free-kick from GC's Dos Santos during their Swiss Super League soccer match...
FC Basel's (FCB) wall jump to defend a free-kick from Grasshoppers' (GC) Antonio Dos Santos (R) during their Swiss Super League soccer match in Zurich August 16, 2009. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (SWITZERLAND SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER/GOLD
RTR2633A
July 26, 2009
Mexico's National Men's Soccer Team players pose for a group picture before their CONCACAF Gold Cup final...
East Rutherford, UNITED STATES
Mexico's National Men's Soccer Team players pose for a group picture before their CONCACAF Gold Cup final...
Mexico's National Men's Soccer Team players pose for a group picture before their CONCACAF Gold Cup final soccer match against the U.S. in East Rutherford, New Jersey, July 26, 2009. Rear row: (L-R) Jonny Magallon, Miguel Sabah, Juan Carlos Valenzuela, Guillermo Ochoa, Israel Castro, and Giovani Dos Santos. Front row: (L-R) Efrain Juarez, Alberto Medina, Gerardo Torrado, Jose Antonio Castro, and Fausto Pinto. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES SPORT SOCCER)
SOCCER/GOLD
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July 24, 2009
Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa (in black), Carlos Vela (bottom), Giovani Dos Santos (top) and Jose Antonio...
Chicago, UNITED STATES
Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa and Carlos Vela of Mexico celebrate after Vela scored the winning penalty...
Goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa (in black), Carlos Vela (bottom), Giovani Dos Santos (top) and Jose Antonio Castro (15) of Mexico celebrate after Vela scored the winning penalty kick against Costa Rica during their CONCACAF Gold Cup semi-final soccer match in Chicago, Illinois, July 23, 2009. REUTERS/John Gress (UNITED STATES SPORT SOCCER)
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