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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE
RTX7JK8D
May 19, 2020
Employees of a company offering services related to the disposal of industrial and hazardous waste place...
Kiev, Ukraine
Employees of a waste disposal company place a box with used protective face masks and gloves into an...
Employees of a company offering services related to the disposal of industrial and hazardous waste place a box containing used protective face masks and gloves into an incinerator, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kiev, Ukraine May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/UKRAINE
RTX7JK7W
May 19, 2020
Employees of a company offering services related to the disposal of industrial and hazardous waste place...
Kiev, Ukraine
Employees of a waste disposal company place a box containing used protective face masks and gloves into...
Employees of a company offering services related to the disposal of industrial and hazardous waste place a box containing used protective face masks and gloves into an incinerator, amid the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Kiev, Ukraine May 19, 2020. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko
GERMANY-HONEY/PROTEST
RTS2YH8D
January 15, 2020
Beekeepers protest with a banner which reads: "Caution hazardous waste: Glyphosate in honey" in front...
Berlin, Germany
Beekeepers protest in front of Ministry for Agriculture in Berlin
Beekeepers protest with a banner which reads: "Caution hazardous waste: Glyphosate in honey" in front of the German Agriculture Ministry in Berlin, Germany, January 15, 2020. REUTERS/Annegret Hilse
ENVIRONMENT-SENEGAL/PLASTIC
RTX71FZH
July 29, 2019
A cat is pictured among plastic waste at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26,...
Dakar, Senegal
A cat is pictured among plastic waste at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar
A cat is pictured among plastic waste at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
ENVIRONMENT-SENEGAL/PLASTIC
RTX71FZE
July 29, 2019
Plastic wastes is seen at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26, 2019. Picture...
Dakar, Senegal
Plastic waste is seen at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar
Plastic wastes is seen at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
ENVIRONMENT-SENEGAL/PLASTIC
RTX71FYZ
July 29, 2019
A cat sits on a chair at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26, 2019. Picture...
Dakar, Senegal
A cat sits on a chair at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar
A cat sits on a chair at a fishermen port on the outskirts of Dakar, Senegal July 26, 2019. Picture taken July 26, 2019.REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
PANAMA-PLASTIC/
RTX70CJU
July 20, 2019
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first...
Panama City, Panama
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first country in Central America to ban all single-use plastic bags, in Panama July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/ Erick Marciscano
PANAMA-PLASTIC/
RTX70CJT
July 20, 2019
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first...
Panama City, Panama
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first country in Central America to ban all single-use plastic bags, in Panama July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/ Erick Marciscano
PANAMA-PLASTIC/
RTX70CJS
July 20, 2019
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first...
Panama City, Panama
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first country in Central America to ban all single-use plastic bags, in Panama July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/ Erick Marciscano
PANAMA-PLASTIC/
RTX70CJO
July 20, 2019
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first...
Panama City, Panama
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City
Plastic waste pile and debris are seen up near the beach in Panama City, as Panama becomes the first country in Central America to ban all single-use plastic bags, in Panama July 19, 2019. Picture taken July 19, 2019. REUTERS/ Erick Marciscano
VENEZUELA-OIL/
RTX6824M
June 07, 2018
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas, Venezuela May 24, 2018. Picture taken...
LAGUNILLAS, Venezuela
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas, Venezuela May 24, 2018. Picture taken May 24, 2018. REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
VENEZUELA-OIL/
RTX6821L
June 07, 2018
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas, Venezuela May 24, 2018. Picture taken...
LAGUNILLAS, Venezuela
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas
Oil floats on the surface on the Lake Maracaibo in Lagunillas, Venezuela May 24, 2018. Picture taken May 24, 2018. REUTERS/Isaac Urrutia TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTS1SQD5
May 22, 2018
A chair is seen at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Syria May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
Damascus, Syria
A chair is seen at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad
A chair is seen at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Syria May 22, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
HEALTH-POLLUTION/INDIA-TAJMAHAL
RTS1SM7V
May 22, 2018
A monkey looks for eatables on the polluted banks of the Yamuna river next to the historic Taj Mahal...
Agra, India
A monkey looks for eatables on the polluted banks of the Yamuna river next to the historic Taj Mahal...
A monkey looks for eatables on the polluted banks of the Yamuna river next to the historic Taj Mahal in Agra, India, May 19, 2018. Picture taken May 19, 2018. REUTERS/Saumya Khandelwal
HEALTH-POLLUTION/INDIA-TAJMAHAL
RTS1SM7O
May 22, 2018
The historic Taj Mahal is pictured from across the Yamuna river in Agra, India, May 20, 2018. Picture...
Agra, India
The historic Taj Mahal is pictured from across the Yamuna river in Agra
The historic Taj Mahal is pictured from across the Yamuna river in Agra, India, May 20, 2018. Picture taken May 20, 2018. REUTERS/Saumya Khandelwal
HEALTH-POLLUTION/INDIA-TAJMAHAL
RTS1SM7N
May 22, 2018
Garbage is seen on the polluted banks of the river Yamuna near the historic Taj Mahal in Agra, India,...
Agra, India
Garbage is seen on the polluted banks of the river Yamuna near the historic Taj Mahal in Agra
Garbage is seen on the polluted banks of the river Yamuna near the historic Taj Mahal in Agra, India, May 20, 2018. Picture taken May 20, 2018. REUTERS/Saumya Khandelwal
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA
RTS1SKZH
May 21, 2018
Syrian army soldiers ride on a motorbike at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Syria May 21, 2018....
Damascus, Syria
Syrian army soldiers ride on a motorbike at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad
Syrian army soldiers ride on a motorbike at a damaged site in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Syria May 21, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki
MIDEAST-CRISIS/SYRIA-ATTACK
RTS1GC50
October 13, 2017
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A shoe is seen near blood stains following...
HASAKA, Syria
A shoe is seen near blood stains following a car bomb attack in Hasaka province
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH A shoe is seen near blood stains following a car bomb attack in Hasaka province, Syria, October 13, 2017. REUTERS/Rodi Said TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
STORM-IRMA/SAINTMARTIN
RTX3GHDG
September 16, 2017
Rubbish lie on the water as destroyed buildings are seen following Hurricane Irma in Cul de Sac, Saint...
Saint Martin, France
Rubbish lie on the water as destroyed buildings are seen following Hurricane Irma in Cul de Sac, Saint...
Rubbish lie on the water as destroyed buildings are seen following Hurricane Irma in Cul de Sac, Saint Martin island, France September 15, 2017. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/OIL SPILL
RTX3FVEY
September 12, 2017
A bird covered in oil that leaked from a small oil tanker that sank on September 10, tries to stay afloat...
SALAMINA, Greece
A bird covered in oil that leaked from a small oil tanker that sank on September 10, tries to stay afloat...
A bird covered in oil that leaked from a small oil tanker that sank on September 10, tries to stay afloat near the shores of Salamina island, Greece, September 12, 2017. REUTERS/Giorgos Moutafis TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
GLOBAL-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX39OTO
June 08, 2017
A Christmas tree made out of waste tires is seen near a sign reading "The disposal of hazardous waste...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
A Christmas tree made out of waste tires is seen on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez
A Christmas tree made out of waste tires is seen near a sign reading "The disposal of hazardous waste is prohibited," on the outskirts of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico June 7, 2017. Picture taken June 7, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
USA-EPA/SUPERFUND
RTS131RE
April 20, 2017
Thomas Frank from the Community Strategy Group speaks to residents and activists during a protest prior...
East Chicago, UNITED STATES
Thomas Frank from the Community Strategy Group speaks to residents and activists during a protest prior...
Thomas Frank from the Community Strategy Group speaks to residents and activists during a protest prior to the arrival of EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt who toured his first hazardous waste site in East Chicago, Indiana, U.S., April 19, 2017. REUTERS/Timothy Mclaughlin
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
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F9D3
June 05, 2015
A scavenger carries recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
A scavenger carries recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
A scavenger carries recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F9CB
June 05, 2015
A woman scavenges for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman scavenges for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
A woman scavenges for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F9BS
June 05, 2015
Marabou storks fly over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Marabou storks fly over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Marabou storks fly over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F99W
June 05, 2015
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F998
June 05, 2015
Scavengers rest while searching for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers rest while searching for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts...
Scavengers rest while searching for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F97P
June 05, 2015
A one-legged marabou stork flies over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts...
Nairobi, Kenya
A one-legged marabou stork flies over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts...
A one-legged marabou stork flies over a pile of garbage at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F97K
June 05, 2015
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F97H
June 05, 2015
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F97E
June 05, 2015
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Scavengers search for recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F96Z
June 05, 2015
Trucks transporting garbage drive to the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
Trucks transporting garbage drive to the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Trucks transporting garbage drive to the Dandora dumping site on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya
KENYA-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1F96U
June 05, 2015
Scavengers carry recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site in the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Scavengers carry recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site in the outskirts of Kenya's capital...
Scavengers carry recyclable materials at the Dandora dumping site in the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 5, 2015. The dumping site was declared a health hazard for the neighbouring population in 2001 but chemical, hospital, industrial, agricultural and domestic waste are still dumped here and left unprocessed. Friday marks the annual World Environment Day. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXRH
November 28, 2014
A panel displays pictures of residents who died in the 1984 Bhopal disaster at the forensic department...
Bhopal, India
Panel displays pictures of residents who died in the 1984 Bhopal disaster at the forensic department...
A panel displays pictures of residents who died in the 1984 Bhopal disaster at the forensic department of a hospital in Bhopal November 14, 2014. On the night of December 2, 1984, the factory owned by the U.S. multinational Union Carbide Corporation accidentally leaked cyanide gas into the air, killing thousands of largely poor Indians in the central city of Bhopal. Thirty years on, the toxic legacy of this factory lives on, say human rights groups, as thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remains buried underground . REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXRE
November 28, 2014
People wait to receive medicine at a clinic supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for people affected by...
Bhopal, India
People wait to receive medicine at a clinic supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for people affected by...
People wait to receive medicine at a clinic supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for people affected by the 1984 Bhopal gas disaster in Bhopal November 14, 2014. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXRB
November 28, 2014
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for children who...
Bhopal, India
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre for children who were born with mental and physical...
A boy receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for children who were born with mental and physical disabilities in Bhopal November 11, 2014. The rehabilitation centre only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXRA
November 28, 2014
A girl who suffers from hearing and speech disorders reacts to the camera at a rehabilitation centre...
Bhopal, India
A girl who suffers from hearing and speech disorders reacts to the camera at a rehabilitation centre...
A girl who suffers from hearing and speech disorders reacts to the camera at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal, for children who were born with mental and physical disabilities, in Bhopal November 11, 2014. The rehabilitation centre only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXR7
November 28, 2014
A boy who was born with a mental disability looks out of a window at a rehabilitation centre supported...
Bhopal, India
A boy who was born with a mental disability looks out of a window at a rehabilitation centre for children...
A boy who was born with a mental disability looks out of a window at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal for children who were born with mental and physical disabilities in Bhopal November 11, 2014. The rehabilitation centre only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXR3
November 28, 2014
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a...
Bhopal, India
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a...
Eight-year-old Abhi, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, plays outside his house at a slum in Bhopal November 15, 2014. Abhi receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal which only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXR2
November 28, 2014
Former maintenance worker, Mohammed Yaqub, poses in his house with his old identity card from the defunct...
Bhopal, India
Former maintenance worker, Mohammed Yaqub, poses in his house with his old identity card from the defunct...
Former maintenance worker, Mohammed Yaqub, poses in his house with his old identity card from the defunct Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal where he once worked November 13, 2014. On the night of December 2, 1984, the factory owned by the U.S. multinational Union Carbide Corporation accidentally leaked cyanide gas into the air, killing thousands of largely poor Indians in the central city of Bhopal. Thirty years on, the toxic legacy of this factory lives on, say human rights groups, as thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remains buried underground . REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXR0
November 28, 2014
Three-year-old Abdul, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities plays with his mother Rukhsana...
Bhopal, India
Three-year-old Abdul, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities plays with his mother Rukhsana...
Three-year-old Abdul, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities plays with his mother Rukhsana at their house in Bhopal November 13, 2014. Abdul receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal which only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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INDIA-BHOPAL/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4FXQZ
November 28, 2014
Five-year-old Saagar, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities is held by his mother Komal,...
Bhopal, India
Five-year-old Saagar, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities is held by his mother Komal,...
Five-year-old Saagar, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities is held by his mother Komal, as she poses for a picture at their house in a slum in Bhopal November 12, 2014. Saagar receives treatment at a rehabilitation centre supported by Bhopal Medical Appeal which only treats families they believe have been affected by the Union Carbide gas leak 30 years ago. Human rights groups say that thousands of tonnes of hazardous waste remain buried underground, and the government has conceded it is contaminated. There has, however, been no long-term epidemiological research which conclusively proves that birth defects are directly related to the drinking of the contaminated water. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE)

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ENVIRONMENT-LAWS/
RTR3VIGC
June 24, 2014
Bicycles are parked under a tree at Muusini primary school, where newly planted trees stand in the background...
Kibwezi, Kenya
Bicycles are parked under a tree at Muusini primary school, where newly planted trees stand in the background...
Bicycles are parked under a tree at Muusini primary school, where newly planted trees stand in the background in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT TRANSPORT)
ENVIRONMENT-LAWS/
RTR3VIEB
June 24, 2014
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Mtito Andei, Kenya
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife Works premises, in Mtito Andei, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
ENVIRONMENT-LAWS/
RTR3VIDX
June 24, 2014
A woman stitches cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the...
Mtito Andei, Kenya
A woman stitches cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the...
A woman stitches cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife Works premises, in Mtito Andei, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Mtito Andei, Kenya
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife Works premises, in Mtito Andei, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Mtito Andei, Kenya
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife...
Women stitch cloths at a factory, supported by proceeds coming from conservation activities at the Wildlife Works premises, in Mtito Andei, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 24, 2014
A trailer drives along the main Nairobi/Mombasa highway past sacks of charcoal, used for domestic cooking...
Kibwezi, Kenya
A trailer drives along the main Nairobi/Mombasa highway past sacks of charcoal in Kibwezi
A trailer drives along the main Nairobi/Mombasa highway past sacks of charcoal, used for domestic cooking in many Kenyan homes, in Kibwezi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
A woman lights a fire using pieces of firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi,...
Kibwezi, Kenya
A woman lights a fire using pieces of firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi
A woman lights a fire using pieces of firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
A woman collects firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital...
Kibwezi, Kenya
A woman collects firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi
A woman collects firewood to prepare food at Muusini primary school in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
School girls from Muusini primary school walk through a playing field at their school in Kibwezi, east...
Kibwezi, Kenya
School girls from Muusini primary school walk through a playing field at their school in Kibwezi
School girls from Muusini primary school walk through a playing field at their school in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: EDUCATION ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary...
Kibwezi, Kenya
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary...
Women take shelter from the hot sun under the cover of trees planted by school children at Muusini Primary School in Kibwezi, east of Kenya's capital Nairobi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
A woman treks with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
Kibwezi, Kenya
A woman treks with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
A woman treks with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi National Forest Reserve in Kibwezi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
Kibwezi, Kenya
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi National Forest Reserve in Kibwezi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
Kibwezi, Kenya
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi...
Women trek with loads of firewood for domestic use as a product of controlled logging within the Kibwezi National Forest Reserve in Kibwezi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Rangers from the Wildlife Works stand near a decomposing carcass of an elephant in one of the ranches...
VOI, Kenya
Rangers stand near a decomposing carcass of an elephant in one of the ranches within the Tsavo West wildlife...
Rangers from the Wildlife Works stand near a decomposing carcass of an elephant in one of the ranches within the Tsavo West wildlife ecosystem in Voi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 24, 2014
An elephant grazes at Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways...
VOI, Kenya
An elephant grazes at Tsavo East National Park in Voi
An elephant grazes at Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
Elephants graze at Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to...
VOI, Kenya
Elephants graze at Tsavo East National Park in Voi
Elephants graze at Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 19, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 19. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
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June 24, 2014
An elephant grazes during sunrise in Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 20, 2014. The United Nations...
VOI, Kenya
An elephant grazes during sunrise in Tsavo East National Park in Voi
An elephant grazes during sunrise in Tsavo East National Park in Voi June 20, 2014. The United Nations will seek ways to toughen environmental laws this week to crack down on everything from illegal trade in wildlife to mercury poisoning and hazardous waste. The U.N. Environment Assembly (UNEA), a new forum of all nations including environment ministers, business leaders and civil society, will meet in Nairobi from June 23-27 to work on ways to promote greener economic growth. Picture taken June 20. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: ANIMALS CRIME LAW ENVIRONMENT)
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