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CALIFORNIA-FOOD/FOIEGRAS
RTR4KV6R
January 11, 2015
Hot's Kitchen Sous Chef Aaron DuBois prepares foie gras before a foie gras victory party at Hot's Kitchen...
Hermosa Beach, UNITED STATES
Hot's Kitchen Sous Chef Aaron DuBois prepares foie gras before a foie gras victory party at Hot's Kitchen...
Hot's Kitchen Sous Chef Aaron DuBois prepares foie gras before a foie gras victory party at Hot's Kitchen in Hermosa Beach, California January 10, 2015. As chefs in California hurried to stock their kitchens with newly legal foie gras, animal rights activists on Thursday protested a federal judge's decision overturning the state's two-year ban on sales of the fatty liver of ducks and geese. The ruling only applied to the sale of foie gras. Production continues to be banned. To match story CALIFORNIA-FOOD/FOIEGRAS REUTERS/Patrick T. Fallon (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAV
January 15, 2014
A combination photograph shows Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and...
Brussels, Belgium
Combination photograph shows Belgian Professor Dufrane pointing on x-rays with hole in the tibia of a...
A combination photograph shows Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, pointing on x-rays (top) with a hole in the tibia of a patient suffering from a disease, and after he was treated (bottom), in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Pictures taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAT
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane, coordinator of centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, shows how a hole in the tibia of a patient suffering from a disease was treated on an x-ray, in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAR
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' St Luc...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, talks to Reuters in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAP
January 15, 2014
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is...
Brussels, Belgium
Piece of three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen...
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen at Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAL
January 15, 2014
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is...
Brussels, Belgium
Oiece of three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen...
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen at Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAK
January 15, 2014
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is...
Brussels, Belgium
Piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is...
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen at Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAJ
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, talks to Reuters in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAI
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, talks to Reuters in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAH
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane talks to Reuters, in Belgium
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital talks to Reuters, in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAF
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane shows hole in a tibia of a patient suffering from a desease and need to be...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, shows a hole in the tibia of a patient suffering from a disease and needs to be treated, on a x-ray, in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FAD
January 15, 2014
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is...
Brussels, Belgium
Piece of three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen...
A piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient is seen at Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FA7
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane shows piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' St Luc Hospital, shows a piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient, in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FA6
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane, coordinator of centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, shows a piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient, in Belgium January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
BELGIUM-MEDICINE/
RTX17FA0
January 15, 2014
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels'...
Brussels, Belgium
Belgian Professor Dufrane coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' St Luc...
Belgian Professor Denis Dufrane, coordinator of the centre of tissue and cellular therapy of Brussels' Saint Luc Hospital, shows a piece of a three-dimensional bone structure obtained from the own adipose stem cells of a patient January 14, 2014. Belgian medical researchers have succeeded in repairing bones using stem cells from fatty tissue, with a new technique they believe could become a benchmark for treating a range of bone disorders. Picture taken January 14, 2014. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXVVBB
December 19, 2010
A worker applies cooking oil to roasted pigs, locally known as "Lechon", displayed in front of a store...
Manila, Philippines
A worker applies cooking oil to roasted pigs, locally known as "Lechon", displayed in front of a store...
A worker applies cooking oil to roasted pigs, locally known as "Lechon", displayed in front of a store in Manila December 19, 2010. A roasted pig is a traditional food on Filipino tables during Christmas celebrations but health officials have warned against excessive eating of fatty foods like "Lechon", to avoid heart problems. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
PHILIPPINES/
RTXVVBA
December 19, 2010
A worker drags a roasted pig, locally known as "Lechon", while crossing a busy street in Manila December...
Manila, Philippines
A worker drags a roasted pig, locally known as "Lechon", while crossing a busy street in Manila
A worker drags a roasted pig, locally known as "Lechon", while crossing a busy street in Manila December 19, 2010. A roasted pig is a traditional food on Filipino tables during Christmas celebrations but health officials have warned against excessive eating of fatty foods like "Lechon", to avoid heart problems. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD)
CHINA/
RTR2CSJR
April 14, 2010
A worker holds a duckling at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French,...
Beijing, China
A worker holds a duckling at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French,...
A worker holds a duckling at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSJ2
April 14, 2010
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty...
Beijing, China
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town of...
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSJ1
April 14, 2010
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty...
Beijing, China
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town of...
A worker watches over a group of ducks at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIY
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIX
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIS
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIP
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIO
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIN
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducks out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTR2CSIM
April 14, 2010
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning...
Beijing, China
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras in the town...
A worker leads ducklings out of their shelter at a duck farm for the production of foie gras, meaning 'fatty liver' in French, in the town of Yanqing, located 70 kilometres north-west of Beijing, April 14, 2010. The farm, a Sino-French joint venture, raises over 100,000 ducks annually, but is hoping to increase that figure to around one million within the next few years. China produces around 1,000 tonnes annually of foie gras, a far cry from the world leader France with 20,000 tonnes. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRUJ
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRUE
March 18, 2010
Sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" are served at a sushi restaurant...
Tokyo, Japan
Sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" are served at a sushi restaurant...
Sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" are served at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRU8
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRU4
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef cuts a fillet of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro" at a sushi restaurant...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef cuts a fillet of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro" at a sushi restaurant...
A sushi chef cuts a fillet of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRTX
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRTQ
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY FOOD)
TRADE/SPECIES
RTR2BRTJ
March 18, 2010
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
Tokyo, Japan
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi...
A sushi chef serves sushi of high-quality fatty Atlantic bluefin tuna or "o-toro sushi nigiri" at a sushi restaurant in Tokyo March 18, 2010. The outcome of a drive to ban trade in Atlantic bluefin tuna, prized as a delicacy in Japan, is too close to call before U.N. talks which started last Saturday that will test the world's ability to protect dwindling fish stocks. The 175-nation meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) in Doha, Qatar, from March 13-25, will vote on about 40 proposals for regulating trade in species including sharks, corals, elephants and polar bears. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT FOOD)
BRITAIN/
RTR263UB
July 27, 2009
People eat chips whilst walking along the promenade at the British holiday resort of Scarborough, England...
Scarborough, United Kingdom
People eat chips whilst walking along the promenade at the British holiday resort of Scarborough
People eat chips whilst walking along the promenade at the British holiday resort of Scarborough, England July 16, 2009. Picture taken July 16, 2009. REUTERS/Kevin Coombs (BRITAIN)
USA/
RTR24RRZ
June 18, 2009
The quadruple bypass cheese burger is displayed at Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona June 17, 2009....
Chandler, UNITED STATES
The quadruple bypass cheese burger is displayed at Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona
The quadruple bypass cheese burger is displayed at Heart Attack Grill in Chandler, Arizona June 17, 2009. The restaurant is known for its hospital theme and triple and quadruple bypass burgers. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES)
RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/
RTR1YHIZ
March 19, 2008
Chechen special forces guard a road in Grozny February 19, 2008. At the barracks nestled in the Caucasus...
Grozny, Russia
To match feature RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/
Chechen special forces guard a road in Grozny February 19, 2008. At the barracks nestled in the Caucasus mountains, the Chechen military officer popped a chunk of moist, fatty mutton into his mouth and leaned across the table. "We now have weapons, new armoured personnel carriers, sniper rifles and anti-mine equipment," he said. "The Russians have re-equipped and trained my men." This is a trade-off that has helped Russian President Vladimir Putin subdue a separatist insurgency in Chechnya that raged for more than a decade. Picture taken February 19, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-CHECHNYA/ REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
HONGKONG-LYDIASHUM/
RTR1XBCE
February 20, 2008
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference...
Hongkong, China
Cheng, daugher of Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference in Hong Kong
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference in Hong Kong February 20, 2008. Shum died on Tuesday at the age of 60, after a protracted battle with liver cancer. Shum, possibly Hong Kong's equivalent of U.S. comedienne Roseanne Barr, was one of Hong Kong's best-known entertainers and fondly called "Fei Fei" or "Fatty Shum" for her corpulent physique and exuberant personality. The Chinese characters at the background read, "Remembrance Forever". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
HONGKONG-LYDIASHUM/
RTR1XBBT
February 20, 2008
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference...
Hongkong, China
Joyce Cheng, daugher of Lydia Shum, cries during a news confernce in Hong Kong
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference in Hong Kong February 20, 2008. Shum died on Tuesday at the age of 60, after a protracted battle with liver cancer. Shum, possibly Hong Kong's equivalent of U.S. comedienne Roseanne Barr, was one of Hong Kong's best-known entertainers and fondly called "Fei Fei" or "Fatty Shum" for her corpulent physique and exuberant personality. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
HONGKONG-LYDIASHUM/
RTR1XBBP
February 20, 2008
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference...
Hongkong, China
Joyce Cheng, daugher of Lydia Shum, cries during a news confernce in Hong Kong
Joyce Cheng, daughter of Hong Kong actress and comedienne Lydia Shum, cries during a news conference in Hong Kong February 20, 2008. Shum died on Tuesday at the age of 60, after a protracted battle with liver cancer. Shum, possibly Hong Kong's equivalent of U.S. comedienne Roseanne Barr, was one of Hong Kong's best-known entertainers and fondly called "Fei Fei" or "Fatty Shum" for her corpulent physique and exuberant personality. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1R3MZ
June 24, 2007
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities...
Moscow, Russia
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities organised every year by Moskovsky Komsomolets youth-oriented newspaper at Moscow's Luzhniki sports area. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1R3MY
June 24, 2007
Women perform during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities...
Moscow, Russia
Women perform during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow
Women perform during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities organised every year by Moskovsky Komsomolets youth-oriented newspaper at Moscow's Luzhniki sports area. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR1R3MV
June 24, 2007
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow on June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities...
Moscow, Russia
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow
A woman performs during the Miss Fatty contest in Moscow on June 24, 2007. The contest was part of festivities organised every year by Moskovsky Komsomolets youth-oriented newspaper at Moscow's Luzhniki sports area. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA)
MAURITANIA-CAMELS/
RTR1O98S
April 03, 2007
Reuters correspondent Pascal Fletcher samples fresh camel milk by the roadside in Mauritania's capital...
Nouakchott, Mauritania
TO MATCH FEATURE MAURITANIA CAMELS
Reuters correspondent Pascal Fletcher samples fresh camel milk by the roadside in Mauritania's capital Nouakchott, March 24, 2007. Fresh from the udder, camel milk is topped by a thick white froth. It tastes different to cow milk, less fatty and sometimes a bit saltier, and its chemical composition is very different. Picture taken March 24, 2007. TO MATCH FEATURE MAURITANIA-CAMELS REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (MAURITANIA)
ARTS TAIWAN CHINA
RTRNU2T
January 06, 2005
Visitors gaze at the Jade Cabbage, one of the most popular exhibits at the National Palace Musem in Taipei,...
Taipei, Taiwan
To match feature Arts-Taiwan-China.
Visitors gaze at the Jade Cabbage, one of the most popular exhibits at the National Palace Musem in Taipei, displayed here with a hard rock sculpted like a piece of tender fatty pork January 6, 2005. The museum houses the best collection of Chinese imperial treasures in the world, and came to Taiwan in 1949 as the Nationalists lost a civil war to the Chinese communists and fled to the island. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-TAIWAN-CHINA REUTERS/Richard Chung TW/FA
RTR5HIU
October 19, 2003
23 year old Ludwika Paleta (Ludwika Lollipop) is crowned Miss Gay
Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty) 2003 during...
Nicaragua
LUDWIKA LOLLIPOP IS CROWNED MISS GAY FATTY NICARAGUA 2003.
23 year old Ludwika Paleta (Ludwika Lollipop) is crowned Miss Gay
Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty) 2003 during the pageant of the same name at a
Nicaraguan night club October 19, 2003. Contestants are required to
weigh over 180 lbs (about 90 kilos) to enter. This year was the 25th
annual pageant and it was dedicated to recently deceased salsa queen
Celia Cruz. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas. PP03100104

AW
PXP202D
RTR5HEF
October 19, 2003
Miss Gordita Gay 2002 (Miss Gay Fatty 2002) known as the Outgoing
Queen, announces contestants in the...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
OUTGOING WINNER ANNOUNCES CONTESTANTS IN NICARAGUAN MISS GAY FATTY
PAGEANT.
Miss Gordita Gay 2002 (Miss Gay Fatty 2002) known as the Outgoing
Queen, announces contestants in the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty)
pageant at a Nicaraguan night club October 19, 2003. Contestants are
required to weigh over 180 lbs (about 90 kilos) to enter. This year was
the 25th annual pageant and it was dedicated to recently deceased salsa
queen Celia Cruz. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas PP03100104

AW
RTR5HDQ
October 19, 2003
22 year Nefertiti wears a Celia Cruz style wig as she competes in the
Miss Gay Gordita Nicaragua (Miss...
Nicaragua
CONTESTANT WEARS WIG AT NICARAGUAN MISS GAY FATTY PAGEANT.
22 year Nefertiti wears a Celia Cruz style wig as she competes in the
Miss Gay Gordita Nicaragua (Miss Gay Fatty) pageant at a Nicaraguan
night club October 19, 2003. Contestants are required to weigh over 180
lbs (90 kilos) to enter. This year was the 25th annual pageant and it
was dedicated to recently deceased salsa queen Celia Cruz.
REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas PP03100104

AW
PXP201D
RTR5HDK
October 19, 2003
Contestants in the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty) pageant Maywalli
Shannon (R), Marbelli Perez (2nd...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
CONTESTANTS IN NICARAGUAN MISS GAY FATTY PAGEANT.
Contestants in the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty) pageant Maywalli
Shannon (R), Marbelli Perez (2nd R), Griselda Jessenia (2ndL) and
Ludwika Paleta (L) wave at spectators during their beauty contest at a
Nicaraguan night club October 19, 2003. Contestants are required to
weigh over 180 lbs (about 90 kilos) to enter. This year was the 25th
annual pageant and it was dedicated to recently deceased salsa queen
Celia Cruz. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas PP03100104

AW
PXP203D
RTR5HD5
October 19, 2003
23 year old Ludwika Paleta (Ludwika Lollipop) is accompanied by a
dancer during her performance in the...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
CONTESTANT PERFORMS ROUTINE IN NICARAGUAN MISS GAY FATTY PAGEANT.
23 year old Ludwika Paleta (Ludwika Lollipop) is accompanied by a
dancer during her performance in the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss Gay Fatty)
pageant at a Nicaraguan night club October 19, 2003. Contestants are
required to weigh over 180 lbs (90 kilos) to enter. This year was the
25th annual pageant and it was dedicated to recently deceased salsa
queen Celia Cruz. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas PP03100104

AW
PXP206D
RTR5HCX
October 19, 2003
Contestants go through their paces during the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss
Gay Fatty) pageant at a Nicaraguan...
Managua, Nicaragua - Republic of
CONTESTANTS PARADE IN NICARAGUAN MISS GAY FATTY PAGEANT.
Contestants go through their paces during the Miss Gay Gordita (Miss
Gay Fatty) pageant at a Nicaraguan night club October 19, 2003.
Contestants are required to weigh over 180 lbs (about 90 kilos) to
enter. This year was the 25th annual pageant and it was dedicated to
recently deceased salsa queen Celia Cruz. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
PP03100104

AW
RUSSIA
RTR71JA
June 30, 2002
Russian women performs belly dancing during the Miss Fatty contest in
Moscow on June 30, 2002. The contest...
Moscow, Russia
RUSSIAN WOMEN PERFORMS BELLY DANCING DURING MISS FATTY CONTEST IN
MOSCOW.
Russian women performs belly dancing during the Miss Fatty contest in
Moscow on June 30, 2002. The contest was part of festivities organised
every year by Moskovsky Komsomolets youth-oriented newspaper at
Moscow's Luzhniki sports area. REUTERS/Alexander Natruskin

CVI/AH
ARNOLD
RTXLDAM
June 27, 2002
Dieter Arnold of Germany's Federal Institute for Health Protection of Consumers speaks at a press conference...
Geneva, Switzerland
Dieter Arnold of Germany's Federal Institute for Health Protection of Consumers speaks at a press co.....
Dieter Arnold of Germany's Federal Institute for Health Protection of Consumers speaks at a press conference after an emergency session of international food safety experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, June 27, 2002. [International food safety experts said on Thursday that the fatty foods may be cancer-causing but a final verdict needed more research. The 25 specialists, mainly from Europe, the United States and Japan were summoned to Geneva after researchers in Sweden found high levels of acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance in animals, in carbohydrate-rich foods such as potato crisps. The finding, subsequently backed up by similar tests in four other countries including Britain and Norway, triggered a worldwide food scare.]
SCLUNDT
RTXLDAL
June 27, 2002
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference after...
Geneva, Switzerland
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference aft.....
Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator, speaks at a press conference after an emergency session of international food safety experts at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, June 27, 2002. [International food safety experts said on Thursday that fatty foods may be cancer-causing but a final verdict needed more research. The 25 specialists, mainly from Europe, the United States and Japan were summoned to Geneva after researchers in Sweden found high levels of acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance in animals, and in carbohydrate-rich foods such as potato crisps. The finding, subsequently backed up by similar tests in four other countries including Britain and Norway, triggered a worldwide food scare.]
HEALTH FOOD CANCER
RTR6XTX
June 27, 2002
Dieter Arnold of Germany's Federal Institute for Health Protection of
Consumers speaks at a press conference...
Geneva, Switzerland
DIETER ARNOLD SPEAKS AT A WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESS CONFERENCE.
Dieter Arnold of Germany's Federal Institute for Health Protection of
Consumers speaks at a press conference after an emergency session of
international food safety experts at the World Health Organization
(WHO) in Geneva, June 27, 2002. International food safety experts said
on Thursday that the fatty foods may be cancer-causing but a final
verdict needed more research. The 25 specialists, mainly from Europe,
the United States and Japan were summoned to Geneva after researchers
in Sweden found high levels of acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance
in animals, in carbohydrate-rich foods such as potato crisps. The
finding, subsequently backed up by similar tests in four other
countries including Britain and Norway, triggered a worldwide food
scare. REUTERS/Jean-Marc Ferre

JMF/HM/CRB
HEALTH FOOD CANCER
RTR6XTI
June 27, 2002
JORGEN SCHLUND SPEAKS AT A WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESS CONFERENCE
ABOUT THE CANCER CAUSING ACRYLAMIDE...
Geneva, Switzerland
JORGEN SCHLUND SPEAKS AT A WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESS CONFERENCE
ABOUT THE CANCER CAUSING ...
JORGEN SCHLUND SPEAKS AT A WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION PRESS CONFERENCE
ABOUT THE CANCER CAUSING ACRYLAMIDE FOUND IN CARBOHYDRATE-RICH FOODS.


Jorgen Schlundt, the U.N. body's food safety programme coordinator,
speaks at a press conference after an emergency session of
international food safety experts at the World Health Organization
(WHO) in Geneva, June 27, 2002. International food safety experts said
on Thursday that fatty foods may be cancer-causing but a final verdict
needed more research. The 25 specialists, mainly from Europe, the
United States and Japan were summoned to Geneva after researchers in
Sweden found high levels of acrylamide, a cancer-causing substance in
animals, and in carbohydrate-rich foods such as potato crisps. The
finding, subsequently backed up by similar tests in four other
countries including Britain and Norway, triggered a worldwide food
scare. REUTERS/Jean-Marc Ferre
CHINA
RTXKN1A
July 10, 2001
A woman sells cigarettes from a stall in Beijing July 10, 2001. While obesity is not yet a problem, China's...
Beijing, China
A woman sells cigarettes from a stall in Beijing July 10, 2001. While obesity is not yet a problem, .....
A woman sells cigarettes from a stall in Beijing July 10, 2001. While obesity is not yet a problem, China's transition from a rural to increasingly Westernized society is likely to lead to an epidemic of heart ailments brought on by fatty diets, smoking and other factors, Chinese and U.S. epidemiologists predicted. About a third of China's 1.3 billion people smoke.
CHINA
RTRKJZX
July 10, 2001
A woman sells cigarettes from a stall in Beijing July 10, 2001. While
obesity is not yet a problem,...
Beijing, China - Peoples Republic of
A WOMAN SELLS CIGARETTES FROM A STALL IN BEIJING.
A woman sells cigarettes from a stall in Beijing July 10, 2001. While
obesity is not yet a problem, China's transition from a rural to
increasingly Westernized society is likely to lead to an epidemic of
heart ailments brought on by fatty diets, smoking and other factors,
Chinese and U.S. epidemiologists predicted. About a third of China's
1.3 billion people smoke.

CMC/CP
LIFE TURKEY TURKEY
RTRCTBO
January 10, 2001
Recep Karsikan, a 300 kilo (660 pound) ice-cream vendor is calling for donations to finance the stomach-stapling...
Istanbul, Turkey
A TURKISH ICE-CREAM VENDOR WHO WEIGHS 300 KILOS, AND IS AFTER DONATIONS FOR A STOMACH-STAPLE.
Recep Karsikan, a 300 kilo (660 pound) ice-cream vendor is calling for donations to finance the stomach-stapling operation he says is necessary to keep him from eating his way to an early grave January 10, 2001. Karsikan, whose trade name in the southeastern Turkish city of Kahramanmaras is "Fat Recep", says he has tried to lose weight several different ways, but now needs someone to take away his fatty foods and donations to pay for the operation.

FS/CRB
LUZHKOV
RTXJ2A8
June 27, 1999
Moscow's Mayor Yuri Luzhkov dances at the opening of "Miss Fatty" contest June 27. Luzhkov on Sunday...
Moscow, Russia
Moscow's Mayor Yuri Luzhkov dances at the opening of "Miss Fatty" contest June 27. Luzhkov on Sunday.....
Moscow's Mayor Yuri Luzhkov dances at the opening of "Miss Fatty" contest June 27. Luzhkov on Sunday attended the festivities organised every year by Russian newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets at Luzhniki stadium.
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