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RUSSIA-SOCIETY/CHARITY
RTS2US25 
December 13, 2019 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral... 
Stavropol, Russia 
People have meals during a charity event in Stavropol 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral compound in Stavropol, Russia December 13, 2019. The event was organized by clergymen and social activists as the food was cooked by volunteers including former drug and alcohol addicts. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/CHARITY
RTS2US1Q 
December 13, 2019 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral... 
Stavropol, Russia 
People have meals during a charity event in Stavropol 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral compound in Stavropol, Russia December 13, 2019. The event was organized by clergymen and social activists as the food was cooked by volunteers including former drug and alcohol addicts. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/CHARITY
RTS2US1C 
December 13, 2019 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral... 
Stavropol, Russia 
People have meals during a charity event in Stavropol 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral compound in Stavropol, Russia December 13, 2019. The event was organized by clergymen and social activists as the food was cooked by volunteers including former drug and alcohol addicts. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/CHARITY
RTS2US0M 
December 13, 2019 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral... 
Stavropol, Russia 
People have meals during a charity event in Stavropol 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral compound in Stavropol, Russia December 13, 2019. The event was organized by clergymen and social activists as the food was cooked by volunteers including former drug and alcohol addicts. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/CHARITY
RTS2US0D 
December 13, 2019 
An elderly woman has a meal during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in... 
Stavropol, Russia 
An elderly woman has a meal during a charity event in Stavropol 
An elderly woman has a meal during a charity event to distribute food among lower-income citizens in a cathedral compound in Stavropol, Russia December 13, 2019. The event was organized by clergymen and social activists as the food was cooked by volunteers including former drug and alcohol addicts. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
BRAZIL-RECYCLER/
RTS1A9UU 
August 03, 2017 
Fabiana Silva called the streets of Sao Paulo home for 16 years as one of hundreds of people trapped... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
The Wider Image: Former 'crackland' addict turns trash into livelihood 
Fabiana Silva called the streets of Sao Paulo home for 16 years as one of hundreds of people trapped in cracolandia, the open-air drug markets in South America's biggest city. Now the street has become a livelihood for Silva, who has kicked an addiction to crack cocaine and moved into an informal two-story dwelling in a nearby slum. Silva, 38, pulls her bright purple cart by hand through Sao Paulo, piling it high with more than 400 kg of recyclables picked from refuse to earn roughly 100 reais ($32) per day - the only money she earns to support three children. "The street today puts food on my table," she said. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "NACHO RECYCLING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: BRAZIL-RECYCLER/ 
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS18915 
June 22, 2017 
Glasses with Chinese spirit baijiu are seen on a bar top at the Capital Spirits Baijiu Bar in Beijing,... 
Beijing, China 
Glasses with Chinese spirit baijiu are seen on a bar top at the Capital Spirits Baijiu Bar in Beijing... 
Glasses with Chinese spirit baijiu are seen on a bar top at the Capital Spirits Baijiu Bar in Beijing, China June 22, 2017. Picture taken June 22, 2017. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS17XUY 
June 20, 2017 
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin,... 
Leogane, Haiti 
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin,... 
Bubbles are seen during the fermentation of sugar cane juice in the process to make a spirit called Clairin, in a traditional distillery in Leogane, Haiti, June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares 
GLOBAL-ALCOHOL/
RTS17VBQ 
June 20, 2017 
New distillate of absinthe, an alcohol also called the "Green Fairy" that was prohibited to distill from... 
BOVERESSE, Switzerland 
New distillate of absinthe comes out of the still during the distillation of absinthe in Boveresse 
New distillate of absinthe, an alcohol also called the "Green Fairy" that was prohibited to distill from 1910 to 2005 in Switzerland, comes out of the still during the distillation of absinthe in Boveresse in Val de Travers near Neuchatel, Switzerland June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse 
THAILAND-DRUGS/TEMPLE
RTS15YT7 
May 10, 2017 
A Buddhist monk prays after throwing food to fish and turtles at a lake inside Wat Thamkrabok monastery... 
Saraburi, Thailand 
The Wider Image: Fighting addiction at a Thai monastery 
A Buddhist monk prays after throwing food to fish and turtles at a lake inside Wat Thamkrabok monastery in Saraburi province in Thailand, March 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jorge Silva SEARCH "TEMPLE SILVA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
PHILIPPINES-DRUGS/DUTERTE-VIEWS
RTX2WPYP 
December 28, 2016 
Felicidad Magdayao, 59, owner of a fast-food restaurant serves customers in Manila, Philippines September... 
Manila, Philippines 
The Wider Image: Filipinos speak out about Duterte's war on drugs 
Felicidad Magdayao, 59, owner of a fast-food restaurant serves customers in Manila, Philippines September 27, 2016. "Our business has really suffered. People are afraid to go out. At dawn we only have few customers. At least, there are fewer drug addicts and drug pushers," she said. REUTERS/Ezra Acayan SEARCH "FILIPINOS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTX21PZO 
January 10, 2016 
Men have meals during a charity event to distribute meals for lower-income and poor people in a compound... 
Stavropol, Russia 
Men eat during a charity event in Stavropol 
Men have meals during a charity event to distribute meals for lower-income and poor people in a compound of a local cathedral in the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, January 10, 2016. The charity event was organized by a social movement and run by former drug and alcohol addicts, who cooked the food, according to participants. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
RUSSIA-SOCIETY/
RTX21PZJ 
January 10, 2016 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute meals for lower-income and poor citizens in a... 
Stavropol, Russia 
People eat during a charity event in Stavropol 
People have meals during a charity event to distribute meals for lower-income and poor citizens in a compound of a local cathedral in the southern city of Stavropol, Russia, January 10, 2016. The charity event was organized by a social movement and run by former drug and alcohol addicts, who cooked the food, according to participants. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko 
Society
Society 
Rehab in disused NATO camp in Kabul 
19 PICTURES 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MCH 
January 09, 2016 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MCE 
January 09, 2016 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MB7 
January 09, 2016 
Drug addicts walk up stairs at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Drug addicts walk up stairs at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Drug addicts walk up stairs at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MB6 
January 09, 2016 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MB3 
January 09, 2016 
A drug addict sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
A drug addict sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MB2 
January 09, 2016 
A doctor checks a drug addict at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A doctor checks a drug addict at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
A doctor checks a drug addict at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MB1 
January 09, 2016 
Drug addicts sits on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Drug addicts sits on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Drug addicts sits on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MAZ 
January 09, 2016 
A drug addict holds his head as he sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict holds his head as he sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix,... 
A drug addict holds his head as he sits on his bed at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MAC 
January 09, 2016 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
A drug addict looks out of a window at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MA9 
January 09, 2016 
People shelter under the Pul-e Sokhta bridge in western Kabul, during a police round up of suspected... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
People shelter under the Pul-e Sokhta bridge in western Kabul, during a police round up of suspected... 
People shelter under the Pul-e Sokhta bridge in western Kabul, during a police round up of suspected drug addicts December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21MA2 
January 09, 2016 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up... 
Police detain a man to be taken to a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, during a round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M9I 
January 09, 2016 
People sit in lines at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police round up of suspected... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
People sit in lines at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police round up of suspected... 
People sit in lines at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M9H 
January 09, 2016 
Health workers help to undress people at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Health workers help to undress people at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police... 
Health workers help to undress people at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M92 
January 09, 2016 
People run away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
People run away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan 
People run away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M8X 
January 09, 2016 
A man waits for his turn to get cleaned up at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A man waits for his turn to get cleaned up at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after... 
A man waits for his turn to get cleaned up at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, after a round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M7S 
January 09, 2016 
Drug addicts sit on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Drug addicts sit on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Drug addicts sit on their beds at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M7P 
January 09, 2016 
A drug addict speaks to a doctor at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict speaks to a doctor at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan... 
A drug addict speaks to a doctor at a newly-opened treatment centre at Camp Phoenix, in Kabul, Afghanistan January 3, 2016. Afghan officials have opened the new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken January 3, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood 
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M7G 
January 09, 2016 
Doctors check on a man during a police round up of suspected drug addicts, in Kabul, Afghanistan December... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Doctors check on a man during a police round up of suspected drug addicts, in Kabul, Afghanistan 
Doctors check on a man during a police round up of suspected drug addicts, in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
AFGHANISTAN-DRUGS/
RTX21M7E 
January 09, 2016 
A man runs away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A man runs away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan 
A man runs away during a police round up of suspected drug addicts in Kabul, Afghanistan December 27, 2015. Afghan officials have opened a new drug treatment centre in an abandoned NATO military base in Kabul, in the latest attempt to stamp out the country's massive problem of drug abuse. Camp Phoenix, a former training camp on the edges of Kabul set up by the U.S. army in 2003, will take in around 1,000 homeless drug addicts who will receive food, medical attention and treatment, said Public Health Minister Ferozuddin Feroz. Picture taken December 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ASIAPAC-AIDS/YOUTH
RTX1WLOW 
December 01, 2015 
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi, Vietnam,... 
Hanoi, Viet Nam 
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi 
Discarded heroin syringes are stuck into a banana tree after they were used by addicts in Hanoi, Vietnam, December 1, 2015. Some of the syringes are re-used by poorer addicts. The estimated number of adolescents dying of AIDS in the Asia Pacific region has more than doubled since 2005, experts said on Monday, warning of a "hidden epidemic". REUTERS/Kham TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-PHARMA/CODEINE
RTS4BSH 
October 13, 2015 
Drug addicts sit together as they eat lunch at the Bangladesh Rehabilitation and Assistance Centre for... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Drug addicts sit together as they eat lunch at the Bangladesh Rehabilitation and Assistance Centre for... 
Drug addicts sit together as they eat lunch at the Bangladesh Rehabilitation and Assistance Centre for Addicts (BARACA) in Dhaka September 12, 2015. Last year, the International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) billed the abuse of medicines containing narcotics and their smuggling from India among the "greatest drug-related challenges" facing South Asia. About 83,000 bottles of codeine-based cough syrups were seized in India in the six months through March. In meetings with companies, Indian regulators called the "menace of abuse" a "growing concern". Abuse is particularly common in Bangladesh. At a treatment centre in the capital Dhaka, tales abound of ruined careers and family struggles. Picture taken September 12, 2015. To match Exclusive INDIA-PHARMA/CODEINE REUTERS/Ashikur Rahman 
KENYA-HEALTH/
RTX1JZEW 
July 11, 2015 
Boys wade through the Nairobi river past empty barrels of alcohol recovered from an illegal micro-brewery... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Boys wade through the Nairobi river past empty barrels of alcohol recovered from an illegal micro-brewery... 
Boys wade through the Nairobi river past empty barrels of alcohol recovered from an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional liquor, locally known as "chang'aa", within Mathare valley slums in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 11, 2015. According to local media, Kenyans have been advised by President Uhuru Kenyatta to refrain from destroying property where illict alcohol is found, in light of the increase in operations against illegally brewed alcohol which Kenyatta said is necessary in order for youths to be part of national development. In a survey conducted by the Kenya Alcohol Policy and Control Alliance, more than six per cent of children below 14 years have become addicted to traditional brews and spirits. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-HEALTH/
RTX1JZEU 
July 11, 2015 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for... 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional liquor, locally known as "chang'aa", along a river within Mathare valley slums in the capital Nairobi, July 11, 2015. According to local media, Kenyans have been advised by President Uhuru Kenyatta to refrain from destroying property where illict alcohol is found, in light of the increase in operations against illegally brewed alcohol which Kenyatta said is necessary in order for youths to be part of national development. In a survey conducted by the Kenya Alcohol Policy and Control Alliance, more than six per cent of children below 14 years have become addicted to traditional brews and spirits. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-HEALTH/
RTX1JZES 
July 11, 2015 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for... 
Kenya police and administrative authorities empty barrels of alcohol at an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional liquor, locally known as "chang'aa", along a river within Mathare valley slums in the capital Nairobi, July 11, 2015. According to local media, Kenyans have been advised by President Uhuru Kenyatta to refrain from destroying property where illict alcohol is found, in light of the increase in operations against illegally brewed alcohol which Kenyatta said is necessary in order for youths to be part of national development. In a survey conducted by the Kenya Alcohol Policy and Control Alliance, more than six per cent of children below 14 years have become addicted to traditional brews and spirits. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
KENYA-HEALTH/
RTX1JZEM 
July 11, 2015 
A policeman guards empty barrels of alcohol recovered at an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
A policeman guards empty barrels of alcohol recovered at an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional... 
A policeman guards empty barrels of alcohol recovered at an illegal micro-brewery for distilling traditional liquor, locally known as "chang'aa", along a river within Mathare valley slums in Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 11, 2015. According to local media, Kenyans have been advised by President Uhuru Kenyatta to refrain from destroying property where illict alcohol is found, in light of the increase in operations against illegally brewed alcohol which Kenyatta said is necessary in order for youths to be part of national development. In a survey conducted by the Kenya Alcohol Policy and Control Alliance, more than six per cent of children below 14 years have become addicted to traditional brews and spirits. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya 
RUSSIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4H0AE 
December 07, 2014 
A dog watches as people eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral... 
Stavropol, Russia 
A dog watches as people eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral... 
A dog watches as people eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol December 7, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko(RUSSIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY POVERTY ANIMALS) 
RUSSIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4H0A6 
December 07, 2014 
A woman eats during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's... 
Stavropol, Russia 
A woman eats during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's... 
A woman eats during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol December 7, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY POVERTY) 
RUSSIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4EP2I 
November 19, 2014 
Men eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern... 
Stavropol, Russia 
Men eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Stavropol 
Men eat during a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol November 19, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY) 
RUSSIA-HUMAN-INTEREST/
RTR4EP1W 
November 19, 2014 
Men attend a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern... 
Stavropol, Russia 
Men attend a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Stavropol 
Men attend a charity event to distribute meals for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol November 19, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POVERTY) 
USA-IMMIGRATION/NICARAGUA
RTR441JL 
August 28, 2014 
Victor Toruno (L) offers doughnuts from his bakery for sale in his neighborhood Hialeah in Managua August... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
Victor Toruno offers doughnuts from his bakery for sale in his neighborhood Hialeah in Managua 
Victor Toruno (L) offers doughnuts from his bakery for sale in his neighborhood Hialeah in Managua August 13, 2014. After stints in jail and treatment and therapy for drug addiction, Toruno took part in a rehabilitation and training program run by a charity group and now runs a small bakery in Managua where he employs other youths who have escaped gang life. Picture taken August 13, 2014. To match Insight USA-IMMIGRATION/NICARAGUA REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT FOOD CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) 
USA-IMMIGRATION/NICARAGUA
RTR441JK 
August 28, 2014 
Victor Toruno (R) makes doughnuts with Francisco Jimenez at Toruno's home, which also serves as a bakery,... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
Victor Toruno makes doughnuts with Francisco Jimenez at Toruno's home, which also serves as a bakery,... 
Victor Toruno (R) makes doughnuts with Francisco Jimenez at Toruno's home, which also serves as a bakery, in the Hialeah neighborhood in Managua August 13, 2014. After stints in jail and treatment and therapy for drug addiction, Toruno took part in a rehabilitation and training program run by a charity group and now runs a small bakery in Managua where he employs other youths who have escaped gang life. Picture taken August 13, 2014. To match Insight USA-IMMIGRATION/NICARAGUA REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT FOOD CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) 
MEDICAGO
RTR42TE3 
August 18, 2014 
An worker inspects the Nicotiana benthamiana plants at Medicago greenhouse in Quebec City, August 13,... 
Quebec City, Canada 
An worker inspects the Nicotiana benthamiana plants at Medicago greenhouse in Quebec City 
An worker inspects the Nicotiana benthamiana plants at Medicago greenhouse in Quebec City, August 13, 2014. REUTERS/Mathieu Belanger (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH) 
USA-MARIJUANA/420
RTR3M0PF 
April 20, 2014 
Cookies shaped like marijuana leafs are pictured at the Cannabis Carnivalus 4/20 event in Seattle, Washington... 
Seattle, UNITED STATES 
Cookies shaped like marijuana leafs are pictured at the Cannabis Carnivalus 4/20 event in Seattle 
Cookies shaped like marijuana leafs are pictured at the Cannabis Carnivalus 4/20 event in Seattle, Washington April 20, 2014. Thousands of marijuana enthusiasts gathered in Colorado and Washington state over the weekend for an annual celebration of cannabis culture with rallies, concerts and trade shows in the first two states to legalize recreational marijuana. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS DRUGS SOCIETY) 
GREECE-HOUSING/
RTX186HK 
February 03, 2014 
Turkish immigrant Emine Kilic hugs a baby during a soup kitchen at the "Prosfygika" housing complex in... 
Athens, Greece 
Turkish immigrant Emine Kilic hugs a baby during a soup kitchen at the "Prosfygika" housing complex in... 
Turkish immigrant Emine Kilic hugs a baby during a soup kitchen at the "Prosfygika" housing complex in Athens October 14, 2013. It has been shelled, threatened with demolition and became such an eyesore that it was covered by a massive sheet during the 2004 Athens Olympics, but the historic 1930s housing complex built for Greeks fleeing Turkey is a hive of activity again. As Greece's six-year economic slump has increased the number of homeless to 20,000 in Athens alone, NGOs estimate, the "Prosfygika" complex has become a haven for squatters and drug addicts as well as immigrants from Iran and elsewhere trying to cross into northern Europe through Greece's porous borders. Picture taken October 14, 2013. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY) 
GREECE-HOUSING/
RTX186GP 
February 03, 2014 
A man prepares a meal at a soup kitchen outside the "Prosfygika" housing complex in Athens October 14,... 
Athens, Greece 
A man prepares a meal at a soup kitchen outside the "Prosfygika" housing complex in Athens 
A man prepares a meal at a soup kitchen outside the "Prosfygika" housing complex in Athens October 14, 2013. It has been shelled, threatened with demolition and became such an eyesore that it was covered by a massive sheet during the 2004 Athens Olympics, but the historic 1930s housing complex built for Greeks fleeing Turkey is a hive of activity again. As Greece's six-year economic slump has increased the number of homeless to 20,000 in Athens alone, NGOs estimate, the "Prosfygika" complex has become a haven for squatters and drug addicts as well as immigrants from Iran and elsewhere trying to cross into northern Europe through Greece's porous borders. Picture taken October 14, 2013. REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POVERTY) 
RUSSIA/
RTX1812L 
January 30, 2014 
A volunteer (R) distributes a charity meal for homeless people, with the air temperatures around minus... 
Stavropol, Russia 
Volunteers distribute a charity meal for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of... 
A volunteer (R) distributes a charity meal for homeless people, with the air temperatures around minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit), near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol, January 30, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT RELIGION POVERTY) 
RUSSIA/
RTX1812F 
January 30, 2014 
A volunteer (L) distributes a charity meal for homeless people, with the air temperatures around minus... 
Stavropol, Russia 
Volunteers distribute a charity meal for homeless people near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of... 
A volunteer (L) distributes a charity meal for homeless people, with the air temperatures around minus 20 degrees Celsius (minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit), near a cathedral in Russia's southern city of Stavropol, January 30, 2014. The charity event was organized by social movements, the Russian Orthodox church and held by former drug and alcohol addicts undergoing rehabilitation, who cooked and distributed food among the homeless, according to organizers. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT RELIGION POVERTY) 
MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11IDC 
July 10, 2013 
Residents wait for food to be distributed as one of them plays a religious song on the guitar at "The... 
Myitkyina, Myanmar 
Residents wait for food to be distributed as one of them plays a religious song on the guitar at "The... 
Residents wait for food to be distributed as one of them plays a religious song on the guitar at "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts in Myitkyina, the capital of Myanmar's Kachin state July 6, 2013. The centre, run by The Kachin Baptist Convention offers a 3-month "course" of prayer, Bible study and devotional singing for drug users. There is no methadone at the centre. Myanmar is the world's largest producer of opium after Afghanistan, and use of its derivative heroin is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 6, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH RELIGION DRUGS) 
MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11ICR 
July 10, 2013 
Rice is prepared for residents of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts in... 
Myitkyina, Myanmar 
Rice is prepared for residents of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts in... 
Rice is prepared for residents of "The Light of The World" rehabilitation centre for heroin addicts in Myitkyina, the capital of Myanmar's Kachin state July 6, 2013. The centre, run by The Kachin Baptist Convention offers a 3-month "course" of prayer, Bible study and devotional singing for drug users. There is no methadone at the centre. Myanmar is the world's largest producer of opium after Afghanistan, and use of its derivative heroin is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 6, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD DRUGS RELIGION) 
GUATEMALA/
RTR3AUBA 
November 24, 2012 
A man smokes marijuana using an apple adapted with a pipe during a demonstration calling for the legalisation... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Man smokes marijuana using an apple adapted with a pipe during a demonstration calling for the legalisation... 
A man smokes marijuana using an apple adapted with a pipe during a demonstration calling for the legalisation of the drug in Guatemala City November 24, 2012. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST DRUGS SOCIETY) 
AFGHANISTAN-RESTAURANT/
RTR38XX8 
October 09, 2012 
Masoma, 25, a former drug addict, sits in between her children Ali Reza (L), 8, and Mohammad Reza, 6,... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Masoma, 25, a former drug addict, sits in between her children as they have lunch at "The Mother Camp",... 
Masoma, 25, a former drug addict, sits in between her children Ali Reza (L), 8, and Mohammad Reza, 6, as they have lunch at "The Mother Camp", a shelter for women and children, in Kabul October 4, 2012. Inhaling deeply on a cigarette, Laila Haidari sits on the floor of a new Kabul restaurant wondering if it will one day allow her to repay an eye-watering $26,000 borrowed from friends to launch a daring project to aid Afghan drug addicts. Haidari plans to find staff for her Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant through the shelters she runs, giving addicts a chance to rebuild their lives and learn new skills while helping her run a business. These children, whose mothers used to do drugs at home, are also former drug users but are now rehabilitated. Picture taken October 4, 2012. To match story AFGHANISTAN-RESTAURANT/ REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS FOOD) 
Society
Society 
Afghan Addicts Help Run A Restaurant in Kabul - 09 Oct 2012 
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AFGHANISTAN-RESTAURANT/
RTR38XS8 
October 09, 2012 
Former drug addicts play cards at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Former drug addicts play cards at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant... 
Former drug addicts play cards at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul October 4, 2012. Laila Haidari is using $26,000 borrowed from friends to launch a daring project to aid Afghan drug addicts. She runs a Kabul restaurant that is already helping two women recover from drug use. The Taj Begum restaurant serves an array of Afghan, Iranian and Turkish dishes while operating simultaneously as a shelter. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS) 
AFGHANISTAN -RESTAURANT/
RTR38XRF 
October 09, 2012 
A drug addict is reflected on a mirror as he sits at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A drug addict is reflected on a mirror as he sits at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's... 
A drug addict is reflected on a mirror as he sits at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul October 4, 2012. Laila Haidari is using $26,000 borrowed from friends to launch a daring project to aid Afghan drug addicts. She runs a Kabul restaurant that is already helping two women recover from drug use. The Taj Begum restaurant serves an array of Afghan, Iranian and Turkish dishes while operating simultaneously as a shelter. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS) 
AFGHANISTAN-RESTAURANT/
RTR38XRE 
October 09, 2012 
Former drug addicts have breakfast at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
Former drug addicts have breakfast at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant... 
Former drug addicts have breakfast at "The Mother Camp", a part of the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul October 4, 2012. Laila Haidari is using $26,000 borrowed from friends to launch a daring project to aid Afghan drug addicts. She runs a Kabul restaurant that is already helping two women recover from drug use. The Taj Begum restaurant serves an array of Afghan, Iranian and Turkish dishes while operating simultaneously as a shelter. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
AFGHANISTAN-RESTAURANT/
RTR38XR0 
October 09, 2012 
A former drug addict grills kebabs for customers at the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
A former drug addict grills kebabs for customers at the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul... 
A former drug addict grills kebabs for customers at the Taj Begum ("Woman's Crown") restaurant in Kabul October 4, 2012. Laila Haidari is using $26,000 borrowed from friends to launch a daring project to aid Afghan drug addicts. She runs a Kabul restaurant that is already helping two women recover from drug use. The Taj Begum restaurant serves an array of Afghan, Iranian and Turkish dishes while operating simultaneously as a shelter. Picture taken October 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS) 
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