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PHILIPPINES-FIRE/
RTX6A9TH 
June 21, 2018 
One scorching afternoon this month, inhabitants of a slum in the Philippine capital frantically hurled... 
Manila, Philippines 
The Wider Image: Manila's slums an endless battle for firefighters 
One scorching afternoon this month, inhabitants of a slum in the Philippine capital frantically hurled buckets of water to try to save their homes from a raging fire. Six hours later, their efforts proved to no avail. There have been over 2,200 fires in Manila this year and the majority of these have occurred in slum areas, data from the Bureau of Fire Protection showed. In a country with a yawning wealth gap, the hardest hit are the hundreds of thousands of urban poor who call the shanties home. For the capital's thousands of firefighters, the slums are sprawling, unregulated tinderboxes. Tangles of drooping wires run from one electric post to another along the narrow alleys of the city's most neglected communities, crowded with shacks made from plywood and coconut tree lumber. Fire safety and building codes are unheard of. The Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) said the so-called informal settlers complicate efforts to save property and lives. REUTERS/Erik De Castro SEARCH "PHILIPPINES FIRE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: PHILIPPINES-FIRE/ 
JAMAICA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4JE32 
December 28, 2014 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston, December 27, 2014.... 
Kingston, Jamaica 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston, December 27, 2014. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy (JAMAICA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
JAMAICA-ENTERTAINMENT/
RTR4JE31 
December 28, 2014 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston, December 27, 2014.... 
Kingston, Jamaica 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston 
Jamaican reggae artist Droop Lion performs at the Sting 2014 concert in Kingston, December 27, 2014. REUTERS/Gilbert Bellamy (JAMAICA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) 
USA-MISSOURI/SHOOTING
RTR4G0L8 
November 29, 2014 
A melted sign droops in front of a business on W. Florissant Ave. that had been destroyed by fire during... 
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES 
A melted sign droops in front of a business on W. Florissant Ave. that had been destroyed by fire during... 
A melted sign droops in front of a business on W. Florissant Ave. that had been destroyed by fire during protests that erupted in reaction to the grand jury verdict in the Michael Brown shooting near Ferguson, Missouri November 28, 2014. On Friday, police briefly reopened West Florissant Avenue, a main thoroughfare where many of the damaged or destroyed businesses are located. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW) 
AUSTRIA/
RTX120EU 
July 26, 2013 
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf about 50 km (31 miles)... 
MATZENDORF, Austria 
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf 
Sunflowers damaged by drought are seen on a field near the village of Matzendorf about 50 km (31 miles) south of Austria's capital Vienna July 26, 2013. Austria has been hit by a heat wave with temperatures in Vienna forecast to rise to 36 degrees Celsius (97 Fahrenheit) in the coming days. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR39NXO 
October 27, 2012 
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown, Maryland October... 
BUCKEYSTOWN, UNITED STATES 
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown 
The last of the 2012 drought-stricken corn is seen at Mayne's Tree Farm in Buckeystown, Maryland October 27, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT) 
BALKANS/WILDFIRES
RTR37ELJ 
September 02, 2012 
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August... 
Mavrovo, Macedonia 
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village 
Farmer holds up sunflower seeds at Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August 31, 2012. The western Balkans has been hit by an ongoing heat wave that has seen temperatures over 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit), triggering hundreds of wildfires. The Miller and Farmer Association in Macedonia says the country had to import more than 60 percent of their agriculture needs this year, resulting in economic losses from higher bred prices, according to local media. Picture taken August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
BALKANS/WILDFIRES
RTR37EKK 
September 02, 2012 
Sunflowers are seen on a dried field near the village of Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from... 
Mavrovo, Macedonia 
Sunflowers are seen on dried field near village of Ergelija village 
Sunflowers are seen on a dried field near the village of Ergelija village 100 km (62 miles) east from capital Skopje August 31, 2012. The western Balkans has been hit by an ongoing heat wave that has seen temperatures over 42 degrees Celsius (108 degrees Fahrenheit), triggering hundreds of wildfires. The Miller and Farmer Association in Macedonia says the country had to import more than 60 percent of their agriculture needs this year, resulting in economic losses from higher bred prices, according to local media. Picture taken August 31, 2012. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DISASTER ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
USA-DROUGHT/
RTR352AR 
July 19, 2012 
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive... 
Evansville, UNITED STATES 
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville 
Corn plants are seen in a drought-stricken farm field near Evansville, Indiana, July 18, 2012. Oppressive heat and a worsening drought in the U.S. Midwest pushed grain prices near or past records on Wednesday as crops wilted, cities baked and concerns grew about food and fuel price inflation in the world's top food exporter. REUTERS/John Sommers II (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS) 
PARAGUAY/
RTR2VO3W 
December 27, 2011 
Soybean plants are seen in a field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city, 250 km (155 miles)... 
Caaguazu, Paraguay 
Soybean plants are seen in a field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city 
Soybean plants are seen in a field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city, 250 km (155 miles) south of Asuncion December 20, 2011. Paraguay's export chamber said on Tuesday that the country's 2011/12 soy production could fall as much as 40 percent compared with the previous season's crop, if La Nina-related dryness continues. Picture taken December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer (PARAGUAY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
PARAGUAY/
RTR2VO3U 
December 27, 2011 
General view shows a soybean field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city, 250 km (155 miles)... 
Caaguazu, Paraguay 
General view shows a soybean field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city 
General view shows a soybean field affected by the drought in Campo 9, Caaguazu city, 250 km (155 miles) south of Asuncion December 20, 2011. Paraguay's export chamber said on Tuesday that the country's 2011/12 soy production could fall as much as 40 percent compared with the previous season's crop, if La Nina-related dryness continues. Picture taken December 20, 2011. REUTERS/Stringer (PARAGUAY - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
JAPAN-RADIATION/EVACUATION
RTR2L3GC 
April 11, 2011 
A radiation monitor, placed by a photographer, is seen next to a damaged house and flowers at a devastated... 
MINAMISOMA, Japan 
A radiation monitor, placed by a photographer, is seen next to a damaged house and flowers at a devastated... 
A radiation monitor, placed by a photographer, is seen next to a damaged house and flowers at a devastated area hit by earthquake and tsunami in Minamisoma, about 18 km (11 miles) from the damaged Fukushima nuclear power station in Fukushima prefecture April 11, 2011. Residents of a Japanese village well-outside of an evacuation zone set around a crippled nuclear power plant have been told to prepare to be evacuated, a local official said on Monday. The monitor indicates 1.26 microsieverts per hour. Generally, people are exposed to about 1 to 10 millisieverts of radiation a year from natural background radiation, caused by radioactive substances in the air and soil. One thousand microsieverts make 1 millisievert. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
WEATHER-USA/
RTR29WD1 
February 06, 2010 
A boy shakes snow from branches drooping from the weight after a blizzard dumped more than 18 inches... 
Takoma Park, UNITED STATES 
A boy shakes snow from branches drooping from the weight after a blizzard dumped more than 18 inches... 
A boy shakes snow from branches drooping from the weight after a blizzard dumped more than 18 inches of snow on his neighborhood in the Washington suburb in Takoma Park, Maryland February 6, 2010. A blizzard producing heavy snow and powerful winds pummeled the U.S. mid-Atlantic on Saturday, causing at least two fatalities and paralyzing travel in the region. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
WEATHER-USA/
RTR29WBY 
February 06, 2010 
A boy ducks under trees drooping from the weight of snow in a Washington suburb in Takoma Park, Maryland... 
Takoma Park, UNITED STATES 
A boy ducks under trees drooping from the weight of snow in a Washington suburb in Takoma Park, Maryland... 
A boy ducks under trees drooping from the weight of snow in a Washington suburb in Takoma Park, Maryland after a blizzard dumped more than 18 inches of snow on the neighborhood February 6, 2010. A blizzard producing heavy snow and powerful winds pummeled the U.S. mid-Atlantic on Saturday, causing at least two fatalities and paralyzing travel in the region. REUTERS/Jim Bourg (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT) 
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/SCENE
RTR1RS34 
July 12, 2007 
Piled bullet casings are shown to journalists at the Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Piled bullet casings are shown to journalists at the Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the... 
Piled bullet casings are shown to journalists at the Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, in Islamabad July 12, 2007. The ceiling was blackened and the blades on overhead fans drooped, melted by the inferno caused by a suicide bomber who also killed five other people as Pakistani commandos stormed Islamabad's Red Mosque. Five charred bodies were found in the room behind the stairs close to the entrance to Jamia Hafsa in the mosque-school complex where government forces laid siege to Islamist militants and their student supporters for a week. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN) 
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/SCENE
RTR1RS16 
July 12, 2007 
The Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, is seen in Islamabad July... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
The Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, is seen in Islamabad 
The Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid, or Red Mosque, is seen in Islamabad July 12, 2007. The ceiling was blackened, the arms on overhead fans drooped, melted by the inferno caused by a sucicide bomber who took their own life and five other as Pakistani commandos stormed Islamabad's Red Mosque. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN) 
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/SCENE
RTR1RRZ3 
July 12, 2007 
Belongings of the students of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid or Red Mosque,... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Belongings of the students of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid or Red Mosque,... 
Belongings of the students of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid or Red Mosque, lie in a room in Islamabad July 12, 2007. The ceiling was blackened and the blades on overhead fans drooped, melted by the inferno caused by a suicide bomber who also killed five other people as Pakistani commandos stormed Islamabad's Red Mosque. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN) 
PAKISTAN-MOSQUE/SCENE
RTR1RRWS 
July 12, 2007 
Paramilitary troops guard the basement of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Paramilitary troops guard the basement of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid... 
Paramilitary troops guard the basement of Jamia Hafsa, the female Islamic seminary of the Lal Masjid or Red Mosque in Islamabad July 12, 2007. The ceiling of the basement was blackened, the arms on overhead fans drooped, melted by the inferno caused by a suicide bomber as Pakistani commandos stormed Islamabad's Red Mosque. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN) 
BRITAIN-MURDERS/
RTR1KLY5 
December 21, 2006 
A poster is seen next to floral tributes offering a £250,000 (US$490,000) for information regarding the... 
Ipswich, United Kingdom 
A poster is seen next to floral tributes in Ipswich 
A poster is seen next to floral tributes offering a £250,000 (US$490,000) for information regarding the murder of five prostitutes in Ipswich, Suffolk December 21, 2006. Police investigating the murders of five prostitutes in Suffolk have been given another day to question a 37-year-old suspect, a spokesman said on Thursday.
REUTERS/Stephen Hird (BRITAIN) 
BRITAIN
RTR1IXXC 
November 02, 2006 
Autumn leaves litter the floor in Leicester, central England, November 2, 2006. On Thursday temperatures... 
Leicester, United Kingdom 
Autumn leaves litter the floor in Leicester 
Autumn leaves litter the floor in Leicester, central England, November 2, 2006. On Thursday temperatures were an average of 9 degrees Celsius (48 degrees Fahrenheit) compared to earlier in the week when they were 15 degrees Celsius (59 degrees Fahrenheit) REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN) 
USA DROUGHT
RTR1G8XA 
August 10, 2006 
Sickly corn wilts in the extreme drought conditions in Glenham, South Dakota, August 8, 2006. The drought... 
multiple cities, USA 
Sickly corn wilts in the extreme drought conditions in Glenham, South Dakota 
Sickly corn wilts in the extreme drought conditions in Glenham, South Dakota, August 8, 2006. The drought has killed crops, left ideal conditions for wildfires, forced ranchers to sell cattle and has evoked memories of the Dust Bowl disaster in the 1930s. Picture taken August 8, 2006. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
MIDEAST
RTRK0BK 
August 09, 2005 
A Palestinian worker cleans out a Jewish settler's greenhouse in the Jewish settlement of Gadid in the... 
Gadid, Palestinian Territories 
Palestinian worker cleans out Jewish settler's greenhouse in Jewish settlement of Gadid. 
A Palestinian worker cleans out a Jewish settler's greenhouse in the Jewish settlement of Gadid in the Gush Katif settlements bloc August 9, 2005. Israel plans to evacuate settlers from Gaza and part of the West Bank starting next week, under a plan to "disengage" from conflict with Palestinians. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic GOT/VP 
BRAZIL SOYBEAN
RTRFKUJ 
March 19, 2004 
A soybean leaf contaminated with Asian soy rust is pictured through a magnifying lupe, in a experimental... 
Sorriso, Brazil - 
A SOYBEAN LEAF CONTAMINATED WITH ASIAN SOY RUST IN CENTRAL BRAZIL. 
A soybean leaf contaminated with Asian soy rust is pictured through a magnifying lupe, in a experimental plantation in Sorriso, in the central Brazilian state of Mato Grosso, March 19, 2004. Brazil, the world's second largest producer of soybeans, will have its yields reduced in the 2003/2004 crop due to problems with adverse climate conditions and diseases such as Asian soy rust. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW 
CHINA
RTR3BBE 
September 13, 2003 
A wilted sunflower hangs on a fence in front of plants which will line the
Taklimakan Desert motorway... 
Tazhong, China - Peoples Republic of 
A WILTED SUNFLOWER HANGS ON A FENCE IN FRONT OF PLANTS WHICH WILL
LINE THE TAKLIMAKAN DESERT MOTORWAY.... 
A wilted sunflower hangs on a fence in front of plants which will line the
Taklimakan Desert motorway near Tazhong in the central part of Xinjiang
Uighur Autonomous Region September 13, 2003. PetroChina, which built the
world's longest desert highway to serve its oil wells, is contributing one
billion yuan ($121 million) to the project in an effort to protect the 522km
(326 miles) highway from being engulfed by encroaching sand. The highway
winds from Lunnan Oilfield, at the northern edge of the desert, to Minfeng
County at the south, dividing into two parts the 340,000 sq km Taklimakan,
the world's second largest moving desert. Research by Xinjiang Ecology and
Geography Research Institute shows that the speed of desertification in
Xinjiang in the past 10 years has decreased by 50 percent. Picture taken
September 13, 2003. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

ASW/CP 
CANADA WILDFIRES
RTR18V9 
August 02, 2003 
A helicopter droops water as it flies along the edge of wildfires
burning along a hillside near Kamloops,... 
Kamloops, Canada 
HELICOPTER FLIES ALONG FIRE LINE AS WILDFIRES BURN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
INTERIOR. 
A helicopter droops water as it flies along the edge of wildfires
burning along a hillside near Kamloops, British Columbia, August 2,
2003. Several small towns north of Kamloops had to be evacuated as the
fires grew in size in tinder dry forests in the interior of the
province. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/SV 
RTRFQAF 
July 21, 1998 
A wilted sunflower droops over a busy Beijing throughfare, as traffic goes by July 21. During U.S. President... 
China 
A WILTED SUNFLOWER DROOPS OVER A HIGHWAY IN BEIJING. 
A wilted sunflower droops over a busy Beijing throughfare, as traffic goes by July 21. During U.S. President Clinton's visit to China last month he made an impassioned plea to Chinese to work to protect the environment. Clinton said that China was set to overtake the United States as the world's largest producer of greenhouse gasses and that global warming could have a disasterous effects in the next century. Protecting the enviornment is a major challenge for China, where farmers must often till pesticide-soaked fields, factories belch untreated waste into rivers and tens of millions live in cities cloaked in sulphurous coal smoke and industrial fumes.

NB/JO/ 
RTRA7YD 
January 08, 1998 
A young boy jumps to grab an icicle off a traffic signal bent over from the weight of ice, in Montreal... 
Canada 
YOUNG BOY JUMPS FOR DROOPING TRAFFIC SIGNAL 
A young boy jumps to grab an icicle off a traffic signal bent over from the weight of ice, in Montreal January 8. The city of Montreal and many surrounding regions have declared a state of emergency and over a million Quebec households and business are without power as ice-storms continue to hammer eastern Canada.

CANADA WEATHER 
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