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CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX44
December 17, 2018
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould,...
TORROELLA DE MONTGRI, Spain
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould,...
A man makes a "caganer", or defecator, depicting former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont with a mould, in a pottery in Torroella de Montgri, near Girona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/POOPERS
RTX6IX42
December 17, 2018
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in...
TORROELLA DE MONTGRI, Spain
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in...
A man paints a "caganer", or defecator, depicting British Prime Minister Theresa May in a pottery in Torroella de Montgri, near Girona, Spain, December 14, 2018. Catalans hide "caganers", which symbolise defecation and fertilisation of the earth, and are believed to bring prosperity and luck for the coming year, in Christmas Nativity scenes to let friends hunt for them during Christmas celebrations. Picture taken December 14, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea
SAFRICA-URINE/
RTX6HKNI
November 02, 2018
Dr Dyllon Randall holds a bio-brick made from urine at the University of Cape Town, in Cape Town, South...
Cape Town, South Africa
Dr Dyllon Randall holds a bio-brick made from urine at the University of Cape Town, in Cape Town
Dr Dyllon Randall holds a bio-brick made from urine at the University of Cape Town, in Cape Town, South Africa November 2, 2018. The odourless, grey prototype brick was grown in a mould in the lab over eight days and is the final product in a process that also produces fertilisers. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
SAFRICA-URINE/
RTX6HKNF
November 02, 2018
Researchers Dr Dyllon Randall, Suzanne Lambert and Vukheta Mukhari stand with a bio-brick made from...
Cape Town, South Africa
Researchers Dr Dyllon Randall, Suzanne Lambert and Vukheta Mukhari stand with a bio-brick made from...
Researchers Dr Dyllon Randall, Suzanne Lambert and Vukheta Mukhari stand with a bio-brick made from urine at the University of Cape Town, in Cape Town, South Africa November 2, 2018. The odourless, grey prototype brick was grown in a mould in the lab over eight days and is the final product in a process that also produces fertilisers. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QQ6
September 25, 2018
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Paris, France
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QP5
September 25, 2018
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Paris, France
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
FRANCE-BIOETHICS/LAW
RTS22QOO
September 25, 2018
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Paris, France
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with...
Amandine Giraud and her wife Laurene Corral pose with their children Makenzy and Leandre conceived with fertility assistance during an interview with Reuters in Paris, France, September 25, 2018. France's highest bioethics body announced that Lesbian couples and single women who want to bear children should have access to medically assisted reproduction treatments such as in-vitro fertilisation. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
NIGERIA-NOTORE/LISTING
RTX6DPQS
August 02, 2018
The logo of fertiliser maker Notore Chemical Industries Plc is pictured in Abuja, Nigeria August 2, 2018....
Abuja, Nigeria
The logo of fertiliser maker Notore Chemical Industries Plc is pictured in Abuja
The logo of fertiliser maker Notore Chemical Industries Plc is pictured in Abuja, Nigeria August 2, 2018. REUTERS/Afolabi Sotunde
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWZ0
July 09, 2018
A fertilising mechanism fertilises soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A fertilising mechanism fertilises soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri
A fertilising mechanism fertilises soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWYV
July 09, 2018
A digital screen shows the direction for fertilising Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A digital screen shows the direction for fertilising Gideon, Missouri
A digital screen shows the direction for fertilising Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWYR
July 09, 2018
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, fertilises a soybean field in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, fertilises a soybean field in Gideon, Missouri
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, fertilises a soybean field in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWYP
July 09, 2018
A fertilising unit is seen in a mirror fertilising soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16,...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A fertilising unit is seen in a mirror fertilising soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri
A fertilising unit is seen in a mirror fertilising soybean fields in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWYK
July 09, 2018
A tractor fertilises the ground outside Sikeston, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16,...
SIKESTON, UNITED STATES
A tractor fertilises the ground outside Sikeson, Missouri
A tractor fertilises the ground outside Sikeston, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWYB
July 09, 2018
The front of a tractor is seen on the path for fertilising in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
The front of a tractor is seen on the path for fertilising in Gideon, Missouri
The front of a tractor is seen on the path for fertilising in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 16, 2018. Picture taken May 16, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWX9
July 09, 2018
A fertilising sprayer sprays corn fields outside New Madrid, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken...
NEW MADRID, UNITED STATES
A fertilising sprayer sprays corn fields outside New Madrid, Missouri
A fertilising sprayer sprays corn fields outside New Madrid, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWWY
July 09, 2018
A fertilising vehicle makes its way across crops outside Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A fertilising vehicle makes its way across crops outside Gideon, Missouri
A fertilising vehicle makes its way across crops outside Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWWP
July 09, 2018
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, works on his fertiliser sprayer in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, works on his fertiliser sprayer in Gideon, Missouri
Farmer Blake Davis, 32, works on his fertiliser sprayer in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWWN
July 09, 2018
A U.S. flag is seen outside a fertilising sprayer in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A U.S. flag is seen outside a fertilising sprayer in Gideon, Missouri
A U.S. flag is seen outside a fertilising sprayer in Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWWK
July 09, 2018
A fertilising vehicle makes its way over a bridge outside Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture...
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
A fertilising vehicle makes its way over a bridge outside Gideon, Missouri
A fertilising vehicle makes its way over a bridge outside Gideon, Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWWJ
July 09, 2018
Farmers fill tanks with fertiliser in Gideon Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018....
GIDEON, UNITED STATES
Farmers fill tanks with fertiliser in Gideon Missouri
Farmers fill tanks with fertiliser in Gideon Missouri, U.S., May 17, 2018. Picture taken May 17, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
ZIMBABWE-ECONOMY/
RTX3K05Z
November 27, 2017
A man carries a bag of fertiliser as he walks past an OK grocery store in Harare, Zimbabwe, November...
Harare, Zimbabwe
A man carries a bag of fertiliser as he walks past an OK grocery store in Harare
A man carries a bag of fertiliser as he walks past an OK grocery store in Harare, Zimbabwe, November 27, 2017. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
SINGAPORE-FARMING/
RTS192J6
June 29, 2017
A farmer holds black soldier fly larvae in their pupae stage right before they hatch into flies in Singapore...
Singapore, Singapore
A farmer holds black soldier fly larvae in their pupae stage right before they hatch into flies in Singapore...
A farmer holds black soldier fly larvae in their pupae stage right before they hatch into flies in Singapore June 20, 2017. The flies eat food waste and produce fertiliser for the urban farm. Picture taken June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas White
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTS18HSW
June 24, 2017
The logo of Russian fertiliser maker Uralchem is seen on a board at the St. Petersburg International...
St. Petersburg, Russia
The logo of Russian fertiliser maker Uralchem is seen on a board at the SPIEF 2017 in St. Petersburg
The logo of Russian fertiliser maker Uralchem is seen on a board at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2017 (SPIEF 2017) in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 1, 2017. Picture taken June 1, 2017. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
UKRAINE-PRIVATISATION/
RTX2PJ9N
October 19, 2016
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer...
Odessa, Ukraine
General view shows Odessa Portside Plant outside Odessa
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer producers, outside Odessa, Ukraine, September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/File Photo
UKRAINE-PRIVATISATION/
RTX2PJ9J
October 19, 2016
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer...
Odessa, Ukraine
General view shows Odessa Portside Plant outside Odessa
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer producers, outside Odessa, Ukraine, September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/File Photo
UKRAINE-PRIVATISATION/
RTX2PJ9I
October 19, 2016
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer...
Odessa, Ukraine
General view shows Odessa Portside Plant outside Odessa
A general view shows Odessa Portside Plant (OPP), which is one of Ukraine's largest nitrogen fertilizer producers, outside Odessa, Ukraine, September 16, 2016. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko/File Photo
BELGIUM-SCIENCE/URINE
RTSJQG2
July 26, 2016
Belgian scientists Marjolein Vanoppen and Sebastiaan Derese demonstrate the use of a machine that turns...
Ghent, Belgium
Belgian scientists Vanoppen and Derese demonstrate the use of a machine that turns urine into drinkable...
Belgian scientists Marjolein Vanoppen and Sebastiaan Derese demonstrate the use of a machine that turns urine into drinkable water and fertilizer using solar energy, at the University of Ghent, Belgium, July 26, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
BELGIUM-SCIENCE/URINE
RTSJQFW
July 26, 2016
Belgian scientists Marjolein Vanoppen and Sebastiaan Derese (R) demonstrate the use of a machine that...
Ghent, Belgium
Belgian scientists Vanoppen and Derese demonstrate the use of a machine that turns urine into drinkable...
Belgian scientists Marjolein Vanoppen and Sebastiaan Derese (R) demonstrate the use of a machine that turns urine into drinkable water and fertilizer using solar energy, at the University of Ghent, Belgium, July 26, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTX2IHJM
June 27, 2016
The logo of Russian fertiliser firm Uralchem is pictured at the company's stand during the St. Petersburg...
St. Petersburg, Russia
Logo of Russia's Uralchem is pictured at company's stand during St. Petersburg International Economic...
The logo of Russian fertiliser firm Uralchem is pictured at the company's stand during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum 2016 (SPIEF 2016) in St. Petersburg, Russia, June 16, 2016. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
THAILAND-RICE/
RTX26YIO
February 15, 2016
Workers unload sacks of rotten rice as military personnel and government officers observe at a fertiliser...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Workers unload sacks of rotten rice as military personnel and government officers observe at a fertiliser...
Workers unload sacks of rotten rice as military personnel and government officers observe at a fertiliser warehouse in Ratchaburi province, Thailand, February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-RICE/
RTX26YIK
February 15, 2016
A worker sweeps rotten rice at a fertilizer warehouse in Ratchaburi province, Thailand, February 15,...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A worker sweeps rotten rice at a fertilizer warehouse in Ratchaburi province
A worker sweeps rotten rice at a fertilizer warehouse in Ratchaburi province, Thailand, February 15, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TBA
February 07, 2016
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her...
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her family near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi January 31, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken January 31, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB9
February 07, 2016
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe,...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe...
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 2, 2016. Picture taken with fish-eye lens. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB8
February 07, 2016
Subsistence farmer work their field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Subsistence farmer work their field of maize after late rains near Malawi's capital Lilongwe
Subsistence farmer work their field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. Picture taken with fish-eye lens. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB7
February 07, 2016
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near Malawi's...
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB5
February 07, 2016
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near Malawi's...
Subsistence farmer Nelson Sikanawawe walks through his field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB4
February 07, 2016
A Malawian trader counts money as he sells maize near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016....
Lilongwe, Malawi
A Malawian trader counts money as he sells maize near the capital Lilongwe
A Malawian trader counts money as he sells maize near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB3
February 07, 2016
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe,...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe...
Subsistence farmer Salome Banda stands beside bags of her maize stacked in a warehouse north of Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken Feburary 2, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB1
February 07, 2016
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her...
Rain clouds loom as Malawian subsistence farmer Louise Abele carries maize she has bought to feed her family near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi January 31, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken January 31, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TB0
February 07, 2016
Malawian subsistence farmer Rozaria Hamiton plants sweet potatoes near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Malawian subsistence farmer Rozaria Hamiton plants sweet potatoes near the capital Lilongwe
Malawian subsistence farmer Rozaria Hamiton plants sweet potatoes near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TAY
February 07, 2016
Storm clouds loom as a child carries water from a communal borehole near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Storm clouds loom as a child carries water from a communal borehole near Malawi's capital Lilongw
Storm clouds loom as a child carries water from a communal borehole near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 2, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TAX
February 07, 2016
Storm clouds loom as a cyclist makes his way home near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016....
Lilongwe, Malawi
Storm clouds loom as a cyclist makes his way home near Malawi's capital Lilongwe
Storm clouds loom as a cyclist makes his way home near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 2, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 2, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI
RTX25TAW
February 07, 2016
Storm clouds hover as a cyclist passes a field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi...
Lilongwe, Malawi
Storm clouds hover as a cyclist passes a field of maize after late rains near Malawi's capital Lilongwe...
Storm clouds hover as a cyclist passes a field of maize after late rains near the capital Lilongwe, Malawi February 1, 2016. Floods and an El Nino-triggered drought have hit the staple maize crop, exposing the fragility of Malawi's progress, which was partly rooted in a fertiliser grant for small-scale farmers that the government, now starved of donor funds, can ill afford. Picture taken February 1, 2016. To match Insight AFRICA-DROUGHT/MALAWI. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
INDIA-FARMERS/
RTX1YVVF
December 16, 2015
Farmers sprinkle fertilizer on a wheat field on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, December 15, 2015....
Ahmedabad, India
Farmers sprinkle fertilizer on a wheat field on the outskirts of Ahmedabad
Farmers sprinkle fertilizer on a wheat field on the outskirts of Ahmedabad, India, December 15, 2015. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will recalibrate budget priorities in 2016 to focus on social initiatives, such as the country's first major crop insurance scheme, while capping previously prioritised infrastructure spending, officials say. Modi splurged on roads and railways this year in a strategy to spur economic growth. But it came partly at the expense of federal programmes for farmers and the poor, suffering through back-to-back drought years. Picture taken December 15, 2015. REUTERS/Amit Dave
RUSSIA-RAILWAYS/WIDERIMAGE
RTS6GAS
November 11, 2015
Local resident Alexander fertilises the soil with ash in a greenhouse in Sankin, Sverdlovsk region, Russia,...
Sankin, Russia
The Wider Image: Russia's railways: life at the end of the tracks
Local resident Alexander fertilises the soil with ash in a greenhouse in Sankin, Sverdlovsk region, Russia, October 16, 2015. In a remote corner of the Urals region at the end of a narrow-gauge railway is Kalach, population about a dozen. Three decades ago 600 people called the village home, but the local forestry industry suffered as the former Soviet Union imploded and people moved away in search of work. In Kalach today there are no telephones, no mobile reception and only a few hours of electricity a day. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev PICTURE 23 OF 39 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "RUSSIA'S RAILWAYS: LIFE AT THE END OF THE TRACKS" SEARCH "KALACH" FOR ALL IMAGES
INDIA-INFRASTRUCTURE/
RTX1UDX7
November 02, 2015
A labourer walks on an iron frame at the construction site of a residential complex on the outskirts...
Kolkata, India
A labourer walks on an iron frame at the construction site of a residential complex on the outskirts...
A labourer walks on an iron frame at the construction site of a residential complex on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, November 2, 2015. India's infrastructure output grew at its fastest pace in four months to 3.2 percent in September from a year ago, mainly driven by higher production of electricity and fertilisers, government data showed on Monday. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
INDIA-INFRASTRUCTURE/
RTX1UDX3
November 02, 2015
A labourer stacks concrete blocks on his head at the construction site of a residential complex on the...
Kolkata, India
A labourer stacks concrete blocks on his head at the construction site of a residential complex on the...
A labourer stacks concrete blocks on his head at the construction site of a residential complex on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, November 2, 2015. India's infrastructure output grew at its fastest pace in four months to 3.2 percent in September from a year ago, mainly driven by higher production of electricity and fertilisers, government data showed on Monday. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
INDIA-INFRASTRUCTURE/
RTX1UDX2
November 02, 2015
A labourer loads cement bags onto an improvised motorized rickshaw at the construction site of a residential...
Kolkata, India
A labourer loads cement bags onto an improvised motorized rickshaw at the construction site of a residential...
A labourer loads cement bags onto an improvised motorized rickshaw at the construction site of a residential complex on the outskirts of Kolkata, India, November 2, 2015. India's infrastructure output grew at its fastest pace in four months to 3.2 percent in September from a year ago, mainly driven by higher production of electricity and fertilisers, government data showed on Monday. REUTERS/Rupak De Chowdhuri
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTX1TKEU
October 28, 2015
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan, Indonesia October...
Palangkaraya, Indonesia
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan, Indonesia
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan, Indonesia October 28, 2015. Indonesia's weather agency failed to predict that the effects of the El Nino weather phenomenon this year would be worse than in 1997, a senior minister said on Wednesday, as the government considers declaring a national emergency due to forest fires. The fires raging across the archipelago have created a haze that has blanketed much of Southeast Asia in recent months and, according to authorities, have left more than half a million Indonesians suffering from respiratory ailments. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTX1TKER
October 28, 2015
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia October...
Palangkaraya, Indonesia
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia
An Indonesian soldier checks on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia October 28, 2015. Indonesia's weather agency failed to predict that the effects of the El Nino weather phenomenon this year would be worse than in 1997, a senior minister said on Wednesday, as the government considers declaring a national emergency due to forest fires. The fires raging across the archipelago have created a haze that has blanketed much of Southeast Asia in recent months and, according to authorities, have left more than half a million Indonesians suffering from respiratory ailments. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-HAZE/
RTX1TKDW
October 28, 2015
Indonesian soldiers spray water on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan, Indonesian...
Palangkaraya, Indonesia
Indonesian soldiers spray water on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan
Indonesian soldiers spray water on a peat land fire near Palangkaraya, central Kalimantan, Indonesian October 28, 2015. Indonesia's weather agency failed to predict that the effects of the El Nino weather phenomenon this year would be worse than in 1997, a senior minister said on Wednesday, as the government considers declaring a national emergency due to forest fires. The fires raging across the archipelago have created a haze that has blanketed much of Southeast Asia in recent months and, according to authorities, have left more than half a million Indonesians suffering from respiratory ailments. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0Q
September 15, 2015
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization...
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS1A0N
September 15, 2015
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization...
People protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19ZE
September 15, 2015
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed...
A man holds a sign that reads "Error, terror, pain, in vitro" during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTA RICA-PROTEST/
RTS19X5
September 15, 2015
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo...
San Jose, Costa Rica
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Solis, legalizing...
People display a banner during a protest against the decree signed by Costa Rica's President Luis Guillermo Solis, legalizing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) in front of the Supreme Court in San Jose, Costa Rica September 15, 2015. The banner reads "Why fight against abortion? One possible solution, do not kill. Give them to us and we will take care of them. Because I have the right to be born". REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
INDIA-SUBSIDIES/FERTILISER
RTX1R29L
September 04, 2015
A farmer sprays fertilizer on a paddy field on the outskirts of Agartala, India, September 4, 2015. India...
Agartala, India
A farmer sprays fertilizer on a paddy field on the outskirts of Agartala
A farmer sprays fertilizer on a paddy field on the outskirts of Agartala, India, September 4, 2015. India could save about $1.8 billion on fertilizer subsidies this year thanks to low energy prices but Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, two sources said, has no plans to remove price controls, a reform that would risk angering farmers. REUTERS/Jayanta Dey
PHILIPPINES-AGRICULTURE/
RTX1ORQ8
August 19, 2015
A farmer sprays liquified fertilizer over a rice field in Tarlac province, northern Philippines August...
Tarlac, Philippines
A farmer sprays liquified fertilizer over a rice field in Tarlac province, northern Philippines
A farmer sprays liquified fertilizer over a rice field in Tarlac province, northern Philippines August 19, 2015. The Philippines is set to miss its 2015 target for rice output after dry weather hurt the first-half harvest, raising the prospect of increased imports to boost stocks ahead of forecast stronger El Nino weather conditions. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
FRANCE-GRAINS/TOUR
RTX1FXUZ
June 10, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain...
TRUMILLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France,
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain companies and agronomists are pushing farmers to rethink fertiliser use and choice of seed in an effort to halt a drop in wheat protein that has left the EU's top producer struggling to meet buyers' quality requirements. A slippage in wheat protein levels in the past decade to below the 11.5 percent threshold widely used by millers in domestic and export markets led to an industry agreement last year to promote higher-quality grades. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-GRAINS/TOUR
RTX1FXUU
June 10, 2015
An under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain companies...
TRUMILLY, France
An under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France,
An under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain companies and agronomists are pushing farmers to rethink fertiliser use and choice of seed in an effort to halt a drop in wheat protein that has left the EU's top producer struggling to meet buyers' quality requirements. A slippage in wheat protein levels in the past decade to below the 11.5 percent threshold widely used by millers in domestic and export markets led to an industry agreement last year to promote higher-quality grades. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-GRAINS/TOUR
RTX1FXU1
June 10, 2015
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain...
RULLY, France
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France,
The detail of an under-ripe wheat field is seen in Trumilly, northern France, June 8, 2015. French grain companies and agronomists are pushing farmers to rethink fertiliser use and choice of seed in an effort to halt a drop in wheat protein that has left the EU's top producer struggling to meet buyers' quality requirements. A slippage in wheat protein levels in the past decade to below the 11.5 percent threshold widely used by millers in domestic and export markets led to an industry agreement last year to promote higher-quality grades. Picture taken June 8, 2015. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
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