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MOROCCO-IMF/
RTS32Q7O 
February 20, 2020 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat, Morocco, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Youssef... 
Rabat, Morocco 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat, Morocco, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-IMF/
RTS32Q7M 
February 20, 2020 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat, Morocco, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Youssef... 
Rabat, Morocco 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams at a money exchange in Rabat, Morocco, February 20, 2020. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/SPAIN
RTX6B4CM 
July 13, 2018 
A migrant woman intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan... 
Tarifa, Spain 
A migrant woman shows Moroccan dirhams and 20 Euro banknote after arriving on a rescue boat at the port... 
A migrant woman intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan dirhams and 20 Euro banknote after arriving on a rescue boat at the port of Tarifa, southern Spain July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/SPAIN
RTX6B4BT 
July 13, 2018 
A migrant intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan dirhams... 
Tarifa, Spain 
A migrant shows Moroccan dirhams after arriving on a rescue boat at the port of Tarifa 
A migrant intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan dirhams after arriving on a rescue boat at the port of Tarifa, southern Spain July 13, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/SPAIN
RTS1UQB9 
July 01, 2018 
A migrant intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan dirhams... 
Tarifa, Spain 
A migrant shows Moroccan dirhams after arriving on a rescue boat at the port of Tarifa 
A migrant intercepted aboard a dinghy off the coast in the Strait of Gibraltar, shows Moroccan dirhams after arriving on a rescue boat at the port of Tarifa, southern Spain July 1, 2018. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
MOROCCO-CURRENCY/
RTX3B9SA 
July 13, 2017 
Moroccan dirhams and U.S. Dollar notes are pictured in a photo illustration in Casablanca, Morocco, June... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Moroccan dirhams and U.S. Dollar notes are pictured in a photo illustration in Casablanca 
Moroccan dirhams and U.S. Dollar notes are pictured in a photo illustration in Casablanca, Morocco, June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal/Illustration 
MOROCCO-CURRENCY/
RTX3B9S7 
July 13, 2017 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca... 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca, Morocco, June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal/Illustration 
MOROCCO-CURRENCY/
RTX3B9S6 
July 13, 2017 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca... 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange in Casablanca, Morocco, June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal/Illustration 
MOROCCO-CURRENCY/
RTX3B9KQ 
July 13, 2017 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange point in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange point in Casablanca... 
A currency dealer counts Moroccan dirhams in a photo illustration at a currency exchange point in Casablanca, Morocco,June 29, 2017. Picture taken June 29, 2017. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal/Illustration 
LEBANON-ECONOMY/
RTX2YRQ1 
January 13, 2017 
A money exchange vendor counts United Arab Emirates dirhams at his shop in Beirut, December 6, 2016.... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A money exchange vendor counts United Arab Emirates dirhams at his shop in Beirut 
A money exchange vendor counts United Arab Emirates dirhams at his shop in Beirut, December 6, 2016. Picture taken December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Azakir 
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98R1 
March 04, 2016 
Fuel pumps are pictured at a gas station in Sidi Allal El Bahraoui, Morocco, February 7, 2016. Fuel is... 
Sidi Allal El Bahraoui, Morocco 
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world 
Fuel pumps are pictured at a gas station in Sidi Allal El Bahraoui, Morocco, February 7, 2016. Fuel is priced at 7.4 dirhams ($0.75) per litre, diesel at 8.5 dirhams ($0.86) per litre. A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95Q3 
March 03, 2016 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95Q1 
March 03, 2016 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen at the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen at the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen at the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95PZ 
March 03, 2016 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95P6 
March 03, 2016 
An employee serves a customer at the Oil and Fuel Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
An employee serves a customer at the Oil and Fuel Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, 
An employee serves a customer at the Oil and Fuel Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95P5 
March 03, 2016 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/
RTS95OW 
March 03, 2016 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Casablanca, Morocco 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca,... 
Fuel and Oil prices are seen along with the last purchase of the fuel at Ziz Filling Station in Casablanca, a billboard shows prices on MAD Moroccan dirhams per litre. Picture taken on February 3, 2016. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/AUTOS
RTX1ULUK 
November 03, 2015 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November... 
Rabat, Morocco 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November 2, 2015. Morocco expects auto industry exports to reach an annual 100 billion dirhams ($10.2 billion) by 2020 as a result of PSA Peugeot Citroen starting production at its new 557 million euro ($630 million) factory. Picture taken on November 2, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/AUTOS
RTX1ULUJ 
November 03, 2015 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November... 
Rabat, Morocco 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November 2, 2015. Morocco expects auto industry exports to reach an annual 100 billion dirhams ($10.2 billion) by 2020 as a result of PSA Peugeot Citroen starting production at its new 557 million euro ($630 million) factory. Picture taken on November 2, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer 
MOROCCO-ECONOMY/AUTOS
RTX1ULUI 
November 03, 2015 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November... 
Rabat, Morocco 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat 
Morocco's Industry Minister Moulay Hafid Elalamy poses during an interview with Reuters in Rabat, November 2, 2015. Morocco expects auto industry exports to reach an annual 100 billion dirhams ($10.2 billion) by 2020 as a result of PSA Peugeot Citroen starting production at its new 557 million euro ($630 million) factory. Picture taken on November 2, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer 
MAROC-TELECOM-RESULTS/
RTR4QVN3 
February 24, 2015 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Abdeslam Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference... 
Rabat, Morocco 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference in Rabat... 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Abdeslam Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference in Rabat February 23, 2015. Maroc Telecom, Morocco's largest telecom operator, said a strong performance at its African subsidiaries helped drive its 2014 net profit up 5.6 percent to 5.85 billion dirhams ($613.51 million). REUTERS/Stringer (MOROCCO - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS PROFILE) 
MAROC-TELECOM-RESULTS/
RTR4QVN2 
February 24, 2015 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Abdeslam Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference... 
Rabat, Morocco 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference in Rabat... 
Maroc Telecom Chairman Abdeslam Ahizoune gestures during the company's full-year results news conference in Rabat February 23, 2015. Maroc Telecom, Morocco's largest telecom operator, said a strong performance at its African subsidiaries helped drive its 2014 net profit up 5.6 percent to 5.85 billion dirhams ($613.51 million). REUTERS/Stringer (MOROCCO - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS PROFILE) 
LIBYA-BUDGET/
RTR3JBTY 
March 31, 2014 
A Libyan man changes UAE dirhams to Libyan dinar in an exchange office in Tripoli March 30, 2014. Libya... 
Tripoli, Libya 
A Libyan man changes UAE dirhams to Libyan dinar in an exchange office in Tripoli 
A Libyan man changes UAE dirhams to Libyan dinar in an exchange office in Tripoli March 30, 2014. Libya is burning through central bank reserves and scrapping infrastructure projects to overcome its worst budget crisis in decades after the seizure of oil installations by armed groups has reduced the government's income almost to zero. Picture taken March 30, 2014. REUTERS/Ismail Zitouny (LIBYA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
EMAAR PROPERTIES
RTR3HACN 
March 16, 2014 
A logo of Emaar is seen near the Dubai Mall March 16, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties expects the listing... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Logo of Emaar is seen near Dubai Mall 
A logo of Emaar is seen near the Dubai Mall March 16, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties expects the listing of its retail unit to occur within months, while it is also preparing its Egyptian unit for an initial public offer in Egypt, Emaar chairman Mohammed Alabbar said on Sunday. Dubai's largest listed property developer said on Saturday that it planned to list 25 percent of its shopping malls and retail unit in an offer expected to raise between 8 and 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion). REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES
RTR3H8A0 
March 15, 2014 
People travel on a boat in an artificial lake at Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People travel on a boat in an artificial lake at Dubai Mall area in Dubai 
People travel on a boat in an artificial lake at Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES/
RTR3H82E 
March 15, 2014 
People ride a boat on an artificial lake at the Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People ride a boat on an artificial lake at the Dubai Mall area in Dubai 
People ride a boat on an artificial lake at the Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Saleh Salem (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: CITYSCAPE BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES/
RTR3H80K 
March 15, 2014 
A general view of the Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A general view of the Dubai Mall area in Dubai 
A general view of the Dubai Mall area in Dubai March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Saleh Salem (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE REAL ESTATE) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES/
RTR3H7YZ 
March 15, 2014 
People have their pictures taken near an Emaar sign outside the Dubai Mall March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People have their pictures taken near an Emaar sign outside the Dubai Mall 
People have their pictures taken near an Emaar sign outside the Dubai Mall March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE LOGO) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES/
RTR3H7YP 
March 15, 2014 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, outside the Dubai Mall March 15, 2014.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa outside the Dubai Mall 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, outside the Dubai Mall March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
EMIRATES-EMAAR-PROPERTIES/
RTR3H7YE 
March 15, 2014 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, outside the Dubai mall March 15, 2014.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa outside the Dubai mall 
People gather in front of Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest tower, outside the Dubai mall March 15, 2014. Dubai's Emaar Properties said it would sell up to 25 percent of its shopping mall and retailing unit in a public offer expected to raise 8 to 9 billion dirhams ($2.18-$2.45 billion), making it one of the region's largest equity offers since 2008. Dubai-listed Emaar's flagship mall is the Dubai Mall, one of the largest in the world, which it says attracted more than 75 million visitors in 2013. The company also built the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, the world's tallest building. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS CITYSCAPE REAL ESTATE) 
DUBAI/
RTX155I7 
November 08, 2013 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has her weight recorded in Dubai September 3, 2013.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has her weight recorded in Dubai 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has her weight recorded in Dubai September 3, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken September 3, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155I6 
November 08, 2013 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has his weight recorded in Dubai September 3, 2013.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has his weight recorded in Dubai 
A participant of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest has his weight recorded in Dubai September 3, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken September 3, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155I3 
November 08, 2013 
People register for the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai September 3, 2013. The Dubai government... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
People register for the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai 
People register for the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai September 3, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken September 3, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155HX 
November 08, 2013 
Winners of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest pose for photographs during a prize presentation ceremony... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Winners of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest pose for photographs during a prize presentation ceremony... 
Winners of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest pose for photographs during a prize presentation ceremony in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155HL 
November 08, 2013 
A woman shows her prize of 4g of gold which she won as part of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Woman shows prize of 4g of gold won as part of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai 
A woman shows her prize of 4g of gold which she won as part of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155HH 
November 08, 2013 
Participants of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest receive their gold prizes in Dubai November 7, 2013.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Participants of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest receive their gold prizes in Dubai 
Participants of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest receive their gold prizes in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155HC 
November 08, 2013 
A policeman stands in front of a queue of participants who came to receive their prizes from the "Your... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Policeman stands in front of a queue of participants who came to receive their prizes from the "Your... 
A policeman stands in front of a queue of participants who came to receive their prizes from the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155DG 
November 08, 2013 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh, the first winner of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest, who lost 26 kg,... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh is seen in a before picture at a prize presentation ceremony for the... 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh, the first winner of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest, who lost 26 kg, is displayed in a "before" picture during a prize presentation ceremony in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
DUBAI/
RTX155CT 
November 08, 2013 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh, the first winner of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest, who lost 26 kg,... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh poses after winning the "Your Weight in Gold" contest in Dubai 
Syrian Ahmad Ibrahiem Al Sheikh, the first winner of the "Your Weight in Gold" contest, who lost 26 kg, poses with his trophy and gold during a prize presentation ceremony in Dubai November 7, 2013. The Dubai government launched "Your Weight in Gold", a 30-day weight-loss challenge in July, paying residents in gold for losing extra pounds as part of a government campaign to fight growing obesity in the Gulf Arab emirate. The top three dieters stood a chance to win gold coins worth up to 20,000 dirhams ($5,400), and a contestant has to lose a minimum 2 kgs (4.4 pounds) to qualify for the contest. Picture taken November 7, 2013. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH) 
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/
RTX14IHY 
October 21, 2013 
Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, Tony Douglas, speaks to reporters at the construction... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, Tony Douglas, speaks to reporters at the construction... 
Chief Executive Officer of Abu Dhabi Airports, Tony Douglas, speaks to reporters at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Douglas told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT MEDIA CONSTRUCTION) 
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/
RTX14IHR 
October 21, 2013 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Tony Douglas, chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports, told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION) 
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/
RTX14IHO 
October 21, 2013 
A tower is seen at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Tower is seen at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal 
A tower is seen at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Tony Douglas, chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports, told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT CONSTRUCTION) 
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/
RTX14IHL 
October 21, 2013 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Tony Douglas, chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports, told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
EMIRATES-AIRPORT/
RTX14IHJ 
October 21, 2013 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal 
Labourers work at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Tony Douglas, chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports, told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
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RTX14IHH 
October 21, 2013 
Journalists look at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new... 
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates 
Journalists look at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal 
Journalists look at the construction site of Abu Dhabi's new airport terminal October 21, 2013. The new 10.8 billion dirham ($2.9 billion) will be operational in July 2017, aiming to double passenger capacity, Tony Douglas, chief executive of Abu Dhabi Airports, told reporters on Monday. The 700,000 square metre terminal is designed to boost the capacity of the airport to 30 million passengers annually and will be used by Etihad Airways, the oil-rich emirate’s flag carrier, and its partners. REUTERS/Ben Job (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT MEDIA) 
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RTR33DX3 
June 10, 2012 
A demonstrator holds a diaper, with images of Morocco's national soccer coach Eric Gerets and 276 million... 
Rabat, Morocco 
A demonstrator holds a diaper during a rally against rising prices in Rabat 
A demonstrator holds a diaper, with images of Morocco's national soccer coach Eric Gerets and 276 million dirhams written on it, during a rally against rising prices in Rabat June 10, 2012. REUTERS/Stringer (MOROCCO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
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February 08, 2011 
A man walks past the entrance of Chocopologie, a chocolate cafe at Dubai Festival City, February 2, 2011.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
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A man walks past the entrance of Chocopologie, a chocolate cafe at Dubai Festival City, February 2, 2011. Chocopologie, a chocolatier which claims to sell the world's most expensive truffle "La Madeline au Truffe" for 1,000 dirhams ($272.3) a piece, opened its cafe boutique in Dubai in December and already plans another outlet in Abu Dhabi. The truffle is a hand-whipped creation with truffle oil, infused with a 70 percent Ecuadorian single-estate dark chocolate ganache, surrounding a rare French Perigord mushroom. Picture taken February 2, 2011. To match Feature EMIRATES-LUXURY/ REUTERS/Jumana El-Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY) 
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July 21, 2010 
Garbage and waste which have not been collected for several months are strewn outside the Portland labour... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
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Garbage and waste which have not been collected for several months are strewn outside the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
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July 20, 2010 
Abandoned workers walk inside the washrooms in the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
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Abandoned workers walk inside the washrooms in the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah, July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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July 20, 2010 
Garbage and waste which have not been collected for several months are strewn outside the Portland labour... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ 
Garbage and waste which have not been collected for several months are strewn outside the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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RTR2GKDR 
July 20, 2010 
Abandoned workers stand beside chopped wood they collected for cooking, in the Portland labour camp in... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ 
Abandoned workers stand beside chopped wood they collected for cooking, in the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah, July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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July 20, 2010 
Abandoned workers walk past a bar of toothpaste hanging from a pipe inside the Portland labour camp in... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ 
Abandoned workers walk past a bar of toothpaste hanging from a pipe inside the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
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RTR2GKD6 
July 20, 2010 
A worker collects his laundry at the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
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A worker collects his laundry at the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
EMIRATES-WORKERS/
RTR2GKD4 
July 20, 2010 
Workers stand inside the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ 
Workers stand inside the Portland labour camp in an industrial area on the outskirts of Sharjah July 20, 2010. The workers in the Sharjah camp say they have not been paid monthly wages of about 800 dirhams ($217) in six months to a year, and their families are going hungry. Abandoned by employers who left the United Arab Emirates after the Dubai economy soured, the men cannot afford to stay, but they also cannot leave. They have not been paid for months and their passports were confiscated long ago. To match Feature EMIRATES-WORKERS/ REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS) 
UAE/
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July 14, 2010 
Camels eat at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
Camels eat at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Duba 
Camels eat at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UAE/
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July 14, 2010 
A worker stands next to the camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A worker stands next to the camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai 
A worker stands next to the camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UAE/
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July 14, 2010 
A worker walks in front of a herd of camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A worker walks in front of a herd of camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai 
A worker walks in front of a herd of camels at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UAE/
RTR2GEI5 
July 14, 2010 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in the early morning in Dubai July 14,... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in the early morning in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UAE/
RTR2GEI4 
July 14, 2010 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in the early morning in Dubai July 14,... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai 
A camel is machine milked at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in the early morning in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
UAE/
RTR2GEI1 
July 14, 2010 
A worker checks the temperature of milk at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010.... 
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 
A worker checks the temperature of milk at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai 
A worker checks the temperature of milk at Al Nassma's Camelicious camel farm in Dubai July 14, 2010. Camelicious is one of the two UAE dairy farms which produces camel milk that costs about 4 dirhams ($1.09) more per litre than cow's milk. Camelicious produces 5,000 litres a day, far less than even one percent of daily European milk consumption. REUTERS/Mosab Omar (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
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