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BRITAIN
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July 12, 2011 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) visits the Dairy Crest creamery in the Cornish town of Davidstow, southwest... 
DAVIDSTOW, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles visits the Dairy Crest creamery in the Cornish town of Davidstow 
Britain's Prince Charles (L) visits the Dairy Crest creamery in the Cornish town of Davidstow, southwest England July 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Lloyd/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT) 
BRITAIN
RTR2OSRD 
July 12, 2011 
Britain's Prince Charles plays a margarine tub Ukulele during a visit to the Dairy Crest creamery in... 
DAVIDSTOW, United Kingdom 
Britain's Prince Charles plays a margarine tub Ukulele during a visit to the Dairy Crest creamery in... 
Britain's Prince Charles plays a margarine tub Ukulele during a visit to the Dairy Crest creamery in the Cornish town of Davidstow, southwest England July 12, 2011. REUTERS/Andrew Lloyd/POOL (BRITAIN - Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT) 
BANGLADESH
RTXHFD3 
July 05, 1997 
Cows imported from Australia graze near the runway of Bangladesh's Zia International Airport in Dhaka... 
Cows imported from Australia graze near the runway of Bangladesh's Zia International Airport in Dhak..... 
Cows imported from Australia graze near the runway of Bangladesh's Zia International Airport in Dhaka July 5. Some 150 cows have been brought in by a FEDEX aircraft (a U.S. based transportation company) for a Bangladeshi firm Surma Dairy Crest. Bangladesh, with a population of more than 120 million, is having a shortage of dairy products. The government allows duty free import of cows and also bears the cost of transportation of cows to encourage entrepreneurs to set up dairy firms. 
RTR554T 
July 05, 1997 
Cows imported from Australia graze near the runway of Bangladesh's Zia International Airport in Dhaka... 
Bangladesh 
COWS GRAZE IN FIELD BY DHAKA AIRPORT 
Cows imported from Australia graze near the runway of Bangladesh's Zia International Airport in Dhaka July 5. Some 150 cows have been brought in by a FEDEX aircraft (a U.S. based transportation company) for a Bangladeshi firm Surma Dairy Crest. Bangladesh, with a population of more than 120 million, is having a shortage of dairy products. The government allows duty free import of cows and also bears the cost of transportation of cows to encourage entrepreneurs to set up dairy firms.

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