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TECH-CES/
RTS29P70
January 07, 2019
David Vanderwaal, senior vice president of marketing for LG Electronics USA, introduces the LG HomeBrew,...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
David Vanderwaal, senior vice president of marketing for LG Electronics USA, introduces the LG HomeBrew,...
David Vanderwaal, senior vice president of marketing for LG Electronics USA, introduces the LG HomeBrew, an automated, home beer-making appliance, during an LG Electronics news conference at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 7, 2019. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
TECH-CES/
RTS29P6H
January 07, 2019
The LG HomeBrew, an automated, home beer-making appliance, is displayed during an LG Electronics news...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
The LG HomeBrew, an automated, home beer-making appliance, is displayed during an LG Electronics news...
The LG HomeBrew, an automated, home beer-making appliance, is displayed during an LG Electronics news conference at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 7, 2019. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
TURKEY-ALCOHOL/
RTS1KDQY
November 17, 2017
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, checks a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home...
Ankara, Turkey
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, checks a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home...
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, checks a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home in Ankara, Turkey, November 6, 2017. Picture taken November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ALCOHOL/
RTS1KDQW
November 17, 2017
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, brews his own beer at his home in Ankara, Turkey, November...
Ankara, Turkey
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, brews his own beer at his home in Ankara
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, brews his own beer at his home in Ankara, Turkey, November 6, 2017. Picture taken November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
TURKEY-ALCOHOL/
RTS1KDQR
November 17, 2017
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, fills a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home in...
Ankara, Turkey
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, fills a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home in...
Onder Ceyhan, a 25-year old university student, fills a bottle as he brews his own beer at his home in Ankara, Turkey, November 6, 2017. Picture taken November 6, 2017. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
KENYA-CRIME/WIDERIMAGE
RTX1VRWR
November 25, 2015
Men distil a local home-brew alcoholic drink called Chang'aa in Mathare in Nairobi, Kenya, November 17,...
Nairobi, Kenya
The Wider Image: A struggle with poverty and crime in Nairobi’s shantytowns
Men distil a local home-brew alcoholic drink called Chang'aa in Mathare in Nairobi, Kenya, November 17, 2015. Around 2 million people live in the shantytowns packed in around Kenya's capital. Crime is high amid chronic unemployment levels, while basic services and sanitation are scarce. Residents try to make the best of things, eking out a living and picking up work where they can. REUTERS/Siegfried Modola PICTURE 24 OF 34 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "A STRUGGLE WITH POVERTY AND CRIME IN NAIROBI'S SHANTYTOWNS" SEARCH "KOROGOCHO" FOR ALL IMAGES
WEATHER-VANUATU/KAVA
RTR4UXVY
March 26, 2015
People sit at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
People sit at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital...
People sit at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 19, 2015. The sprinkling of fairy lights on the roadside was the only sign of life as darkness descended and a curfew began in Vanuatu's shattered capital, Port Vila, in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam this week. Ignoring calls to stay at home, men were gathering among the debris of blasted trees and twisted corrugated iron to swap news of the storm over a drink of kava, a mildly intoxicating brew that is deeply embedded in the social fabric of Pacific islanders. Vanuatu escaped the worst with only 11 people confirmed dead. But as the rebuild begins, one concern is for the devastated kava crop, a major export and vital source of cash for subsistence farmers in the South Pacific island nation. Picture taken March 19, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su?
WEATHER-VANUATU/KAVA
RTR4UXVV
March 26, 2015
A man buys a bowl of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
A man buys a bowl of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in...
A man buys a bowl of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 19, 2015. The sprinkling of fairy lights on the roadside was the only sign of life as darkness descended and a curfew began in Vanuatu's shattered capital, Port Vila, in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam this week. Ignoring calls to stay at home, men were gathering among the debris of blasted trees and twisted corrugated iron to swap news of the storm over a drink of kava, a mildly intoxicating brew that is deeply embedded in the social fabric of Pacific islanders. Vanuatu escaped the worst with only 11 people confirmed dead. But as the rebuild begins, one concern is for the devastated kava crop, a major export and vital source of cash for subsistence farmers in the South Pacific island nation. Picture taken March 19, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
WEATHER-VANUATU/KAVA
RTR4UXVU
March 26, 2015
A man orders four bowls of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam...
Port Vila, Vanuatu
A man orders four bowls of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam...
A man orders four bowls of kava at a kava bar operating with limited electricity days after Cyclone Pam in Port Vila, capital city of the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu March 19, 2015. The sprinkling of fairy lights on the roadside was the only sign of life as darkness descended and a curfew began in Vanuatu's shattered capital, Port Vila, in the aftermath of Cyclone Pam this week. Ignoring calls to stay at home, men were gathering among the debris of blasted trees and twisted corrugated iron to swap news of the storm over a drink of kava, a mildly intoxicating brew that is deeply embedded in the social fabric of Pacific islanders. Vanuatu escaped the worst with only 11 people confirmed dead. But as the rebuild begins, one concern is for the devastated kava crop, a major export and vital source of cash for subsistence farmers in the South Pacific island nation. Picture taken March 19, 2015. REUTERS/Edgar Su
GERMANY/
RTR3S64E
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S647
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' drinks a glass of 'Cheyenne' beer while...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' drinks glass of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' drinks a glass of 'Cheyenne' beer while sitting in his garden at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S644
June 04, 2014
A general view of the home of Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' in the small...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
A general view of the home of Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' in Schmiechen...
A general view of the home of Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S643
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' pours a glass of 'Cheyenne' beer while...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' pours glass of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' pours a glass of 'Cheyenne' beer while sitting in his garden at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63Z
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' carries crates of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63X
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63S
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63O
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne'...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen...
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne' beer while sitting in the kitchen of his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63L
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne'...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen...
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne' beer while sitting in the kitchen of his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63H
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' fills bottles with his 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR3S63D
June 04, 2014
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne'...
SCHMIECHEN, Germany
Bavarian pensioner 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of 'Cheyenne' beer at his home in Schmiechen...
Bavarian pensioner Fred Beringer, also known as 'Brave Eagle' sticks labels on bottles of his 'Cheyenne' beer while sitting in the kitchen of his home in the small village of Schmiechen near Augsburg, southern Germany June 4, 2014. Beringer, 70, was born in Wyoming to a Native American Cheyenne Indian mother and a German father and came to live in Germany at the age of four years old. The retired chef, brews his own original 'Cheyenne' beer single-handed in his private 'Cheyenne Baron Brewery' at his home, producing about 3000 litres a year, which he then sells from a small bar in his garden. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY - Tags: FOOD SOCIETY)
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3FSRM
February 27, 2014
A sales agent (L) talks to a potential buyer in front of a model of Riva, one of the latest developments...
Hong Kong, China
Sales agent talks to a potential buyer in front of a model of Riva, a property development by Sun Hung...
A sales agent (L) talks to a potential buyer in front of a model of Riva, one of the latest developments by Sun Hung Kai Properties, in Hong Kong February 19, 2014. When things get choppy at the top of the property ladder, it pays to have your feet planted on the middle rungs, which makes developers Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Sun Hung Kai Properties the best bets to weather the storm brewing in Hong Kong. These powerful property developers are targeting middle-class, first-time buyers who are exempt from the impact of government cooling measures at a time when secondary home transactions are hovering at a 17-year low. Picture taken February 19, 2014. To match story HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3FSRL
February 27, 2014
A sales agent speaks to potential buyers in front of a model of Riva, one of the latest developments...
Hong Kong, China
Sales agent speaks to potential buyers in front of a model of Riva, a property development by Sun Hung...
A sales agent speaks to potential buyers in front of a model of Riva, one of the latest developments by Sun Hung Kai Properties, in Hong Kong February 19, 2014. When things get choppy at the top of the property ladder, it pays to have your feet planted on the middle rungs, which makes developers Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Sun Hung Kai Properties the best bets to weather the storm brewing in Hong Kong. These powerful property developers are targeting middle-class, first-time buyers who are exempt from the impact of government cooling measures at a time when secondary home transactions are hovering at a 17-year low. Picture taken February 19, 2014. To match story HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: REAL ESTATE BUSINESS)
HONGKONG-PROPERTY/
RTR3FSRH
February 27, 2014
A potential buyer looks at a model of Riva, one of the latest developments by Sun Hung Kai Properties,...
Hong Kong, China
Potential buyer looks at model of Riva, a property development by Sun Hung Kai Properties, in Hong Kong...
A potential buyer looks at a model of Riva, one of the latest developments by Sun Hung Kai Properties, in Hong Kong February 19, 2014. When things get choppy at the top of the property ladder, it pays to have your feet planted on the middle rungs, which makes developers Cheung Kong (Holdings) and Sun Hung Kai Properties the best bets to weather the storm brewing in Hong Kong. These powerful property developers are targeting middle-class, first-time buyers who are exempt from the impact of government cooling measures at a time when secondary home transactions are hovering at a 17-year low. Picture taken February 19, 2014. To match story HONGKONG-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q295
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q294
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at an Australian themed bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q293
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London August 18, 2011....
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London
A Foster's logo on a beer pump is seen through a pint glass at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
FOSTERS-SABMILLER/
RTR2Q290
August 18, 2011
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's...
London, United Kingdom
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London
A Foster's logo is seen on a beer pump at a bar in west London August 18, 2011. Australian brewer Foster's rejected a $10 billion offer from rival SABMiller for the second time as shareholders hold out for a better offer from the global brewing giant. The Foster's business SABMiller is bidding for holds about half of Australia's beer market and little else, having retreated home from the global beer empire it once held and having split off its wine business earlier this year. The Foster's brand belongs to Heineken in Europe, is licensed to SABMiller in the United States, and is either owned separately or brewed under licence in all main markets outside Australia. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
EU-AID/
RTXDS90
April 08, 2009
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery...
Nairobi, Kenya
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery...
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in the suburbs of Kenya's capital Nairobi April 8, 2009. The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled plans to accelerate aid to developing countries hit hard by the economic crisis, warning that failure to act could pose a threat to global stability. The executive arm of the EU said it was bringing forward to 2009 nearly 4.3 billion euros ($5.82 billion) of previously earmarked funds to help poor countries fight a recession that has staunched credit flows, curtailed investment and sent a number of local currencies into a tailspin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA SOCIETY BUSINESS)
EU-AID/
RTXDS8T
April 08, 2009
A labourer pours waste from traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in...
Nairobi, Kenya
A labourer pours waste from traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in...
A labourer pours waste from traditional "chang aa" home brewed alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in the suburbs of Kenya's capital Nairobi April 8, 2009. The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled plans to accelerate aid to developing countries hit hard by the economic crisis, warning that failure to act could pose a threat to global stability. The executive arm of the EU said it was bringing forward to 2009 nearly 4.3 billion euros ($5.82 billion) of previously earmarked funds to help poor countries fight a recession that has staunched credit flows, curtailed investment and sent a number of local currencies into a tailspin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA SOCIETY BUSINESS)
EU-AID/
RTXDS8O
April 08, 2009
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brew alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in...
Nairobi, Kenya
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brew alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in...
A labourer prepares distilled traditional "chang aa" home brew alcoholic liquor at a micro-brewery in the suburbs of Kenya's capital Nairobi April 8, 2009. The European Commission on Wednesday unveiled plans to accelerate aid to developing countries hit hard by the economic crisis, warning that failure to act could pose a threat to global stability. The executive arm of the EU said it was bringing forward to 2009 nearly 4.3 billion euros ($5.82 billion) of previously earmarked funds to help poor countries fight a recession that has staunched credit flows, curtailed investment and sent a number of local currencies into a tailspin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA SOCIETY BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/INDICATORS
RTXAOBM
November 17, 2008
People sit down at a coffee shop in Sydney's central business district November 14, 2008.
Australians...
Sydney, Australia
People sit down at coffee shop in Sydney's central business district
People sit down at a coffee shop in Sydney's central business district November 14, 2008.
Australians are anxious to know if they will avoid recession and are turning to some unexpected, unofficial economic indicators to find answers. Unconvinced by official data, which are sending mixed and sometimes dubious signals, pundits are instead turning to everything from muffin sales to home-brewing kits. Picture taken November 14. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTXAOBL
November 17, 2008
A woman prepares to pay the bill at a coffee shop in Sydney's central business district November 14,...
Sydney, Australia
Woman prepares to pay bill at coffee shop in Sydney's central business district
A woman prepares to pay the bill at a coffee shop in Sydney's central business district November 14, 2008. Australians are anxious to know if they will avoid recession and are turning to some unexpected, unofficial economic indicators to find answers. Unconvinced by official data, which are sending mixed and sometimes dubious signals, pundits are instead turning to everything from muffin sales to home-brewing kits. Picture taken November 14. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/INDICATORS
RTXAOBK
November 17, 2008
Shoppers leave a store in Sydney's central business district November 14, 2008.
Australians are anxious...
Sydney, Australia
Shoppers leave store in Sydney's central business district
Shoppers leave a store in Sydney's central business district November 14, 2008.
Australians are anxious to know if they will avoid recession and are turning to some unexpected, unofficial economic indicators to find answers. Unconvinced by official data, which are sending mixed and sometimes dubious signals, pundits are instead turning to everything from muffin sales to home-brewing kits. Picture taken November 14. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTX83TJ
July 25, 2008
Packs of coffee powder are displayed at a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. The world where coffee...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/
Packs of coffee powder are displayed at a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. The world where coffee is yet another chainstore commodity, small home-grown roasters in Indonesia seem to have the right recipe to stay brewing for decades: personal services and freshly roasted quality beans. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTX83TI
July 25, 2008
A waitress serves coffee to a customer in a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. The world where coffee...
Jakarta, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/
A waitress serves coffee to a customer in a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. The world where coffee is yet another chainstore commodity, small home-grown roasters in Indonesia seem to have the right recipe to stay brewing for decades: personal services and freshly roasted quality beans. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-COFFEE
RTX83SN
July 25, 2008
Packs of coffee powder are displayed in a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. In a world where coffee...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Packs of coffee powder are displayed in a coffee shop in Jakarta
Packs of coffee powder are displayed in a coffee shop in Jakarta July 23, 2008. In a world where coffee has become another chainstore commodity, small home-grown roasters in Indonesia seem to have the right brew to stay in business for decades: personal service and fresh, quality beans. A strong coffee history, and expanding middle and upper classes, have made Indonesia, the world's fourth largest coffee producer, the next frontier for foreign chains such as Starbucks. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
ADB/
RTR2092R
May 06, 2008
Labourers carry a basket containing 400 kg (880 lb) of vegetables in a market in the eastern Indian city...
Kolkata, India
Labourers carry a basket of vegetables in a market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata
Labourers carry a basket containing 400 kg (880 lb) of vegetables in a market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion Asians may sink back into extreme poverty without extra aid to counter soaring food prices, the region's development bank warned on Monday as a battle brewed over who would fund its spending. The call for cash to secure food supplies for Asia -- home to two thirds of the world's poor -- was accompanied by debate on whether developing countries or rapidly expanding nations like China and India should foot the bill. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
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May 06, 2008
Labourers carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables weighing 400 kg (880 lb) in the eastern Indian...
Kolkata, India
Labourers carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata
Labourers carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables weighing 400 kg (880 lb) in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion Asians may sink back into extreme poverty without extra aid to counter soaring food prices, the region's development bank warned on Monday as a battle brewed over who would fund its spending. The call for cash to secure food supplies for Asia -- home to two thirds of the world's poor -- was accompanied by debate on whether developing countries or rapidly expanding nations like China and India should foot the bill. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
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May 06, 2008
Labourers prepare to carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables weighing 400 kg (880 lb) to a market...
Kolkata, India
Labourers prepare to carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables to a market in the eastern Indian...
Labourers prepare to carry a basket containing wholesale vegetables weighing 400 kg (880 lb) to a market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion Asians may sink back into extreme poverty without extra aid to counter soaring food prices, the region's development bank warned on Monday as a battle brewed over who would fund its spending. The call for cash to secure food supplies for Asia -- home to two thirds of the world's poor -- was accompanied by debate on whether developing countries or rapidly expanding nations like China and India should foot the bill. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
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May 06, 2008
An Indian shopkeeper waits for customers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion...
Kolkata, India
An Indian shopkeeper waits for customers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata
An Indian shopkeeper waits for customers in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion Asians may sink back into extreme poverty without extra aid to counter soaring food prices, the region's development bank warned on Monday as a battle brewed over who would fund its spending. The call for cash to secure food supplies for Asia -- home to two thirds of the world's poor -- was accompanied by debate on whether developing countries or rapidly expanding nations like China and India should foot the bill. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
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May 05, 2008
An Indian shopkeeper weighs rice in a wholesale market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008....
Kolkata, India
An Indian shopkeeper weighs rice in a wholesale market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata
An Indian shopkeeper weighs rice in a wholesale market in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata May 6, 2008. Over a billion Asians may sink back into extreme poverty without extra aid to counter soaring food prices, the region's development bank warned on Monday as a battle brewed over who would fund its spending. The call for cash to secure food supplies for Asia -- home to two thirds of the world's poor -- was accompanied by debate on whether developing countries or rapidly expanding nations like China and India should foot the bill. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
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A man looks out of his window while offering home-brewed coffee for sale in central Havana June 20, 2007....
Havana, Cuba
A man looks out of his window while offering home-brewed coffee for sale in central Havana
A man looks out of his window while offering home-brewed coffee for sale in central Havana June 20, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
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June 20, 2007
A woman sits in her doorway offering home-brewed coffee for sale in central Havana June 20, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia...
Havana, Cuba
A woman sits in her doorway offering home-brewed coffee for sale in Havana
A woman sits in her doorway offering home-brewed coffee for sale in central Havana June 20, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
USA
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September 06, 2005
A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of...
New Orleans, USA
A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward o.....
A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina September 6, 2005. [The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. ]
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September 06, 2005
A man makes his way out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the...
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A man makes his way out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina September 6, 2005. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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A man stands in flood waters as fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina September 6, 2005. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
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September 06, 2005
A man watches a fire burn down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane...
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A man watches a fire burn down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A man stands in flood waters as a fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans September 6, 2005 during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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September 06, 2005
A man watches a fire burn down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A man watches a fire burn down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of ...
A man watches a fire burn down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. A man stands in flood waters as a fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans September 6, 2005 during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
KATRINA FIRES
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September 05, 2005
A man stands in flood waters as fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans in the aftermath...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A man makes his way out of flood waters as fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans....
A man stands in flood waters as fire burns down a home in the seventh ward of New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina September 6, 2005. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton FOR BEST QUALITY ALSO SEE: GF1DVGBGQPAA
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August 06, 2005
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New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A fireman helps a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans.
A New Orleans fireman helps evacuate a man out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina August 6, 2005. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton SS/CN
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August 06, 2005
A man makes his way out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A man makes his way out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the...
A man makes his way out of flood waters as a home burns in the seventh ward of New Orleans during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina September 6, 2005. The toxic brew of chemicals and human waste in the New Orleans floodwaters will have to be pumped into the Mississippi River or Lake Pontchartrain, raising the specter of an environmental disaster on the heels of Hurricane Katrina, experts say. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton
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September 30, 2004
Volker Rothbauer polishes his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell,...
Bayrischzell, Germany
Rothbauer polishes his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell.
Volker Rothbauer polishes his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell, some 80km (50 miles) south of Munich September 30, 2004. Rothbauer, a 33 year-old food technologist, developed the device which sells for 1,790 euros, to allow beer lovers to produce different varieties of traditional German beer at home. The 'BrauEule' (Brewing Owl) lets users brew either Weizen beer (wheat beer) in seven days and Lager beer after a longer brewing period of 30 days. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle REUTERS MR/JOH/AA
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September 30, 2004
Volker Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell,...
Bayrischzell, Germany
Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell....
Volker Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell, some 80km (50 miles) south of Munich September 30, 2004. Rothbauer, a 33 year-old food technologist, developed the device which sells for 1,790 euros, to allow beer lovers to produce different varieties of traditional German beer at home. The 'BrauEule' (Brewing Owl) lets users brew either Weizen beer (wheat beer) in seven days and Lager beer after a longer brewing period of 30 days. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle MR/JOH/AA
GERMANY
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September 30, 2004
Volker Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell,...
Bayrischzell, Germany
Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell....
Volker Rothbauer is reflected at his 'BrauEule' home brewing kit in the southern German village of Bayrischzell, some 80km (50 miles) south of Munich September 30, 2004. Rothbauer, a 33 year-old food technologist, developed the device which sells for 1,790 euros, to allow beer lovers to produce different varieties of traditional German beer at home. The 'BrauEule' (Brewing Owl) lets users brew either Weizen beer (wheat beer) in seven days and Lager beer after a longer brewing period of 30 days. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle MR/JOH/ABP
PAKISTAN MOONSHINE DEATHS
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September 05, 2004
A Pakistani policeman displays bottles of poisonous alcohol seized during raids in the central city of...
Multan, Pakistan
A Pakistani policeman displays bottles of poisonous alcohol seized in Multan.
A Pakistani policeman displays bottles of poisonous alcohol seized during raids in the central city of Multan September 5, 2004. A toxic batch of home brew alcohol has killed 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan, police and hospital officials said on Sunday. REUTERS/Asim Tanveer ZH/LA
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September 05, 2004
Relatives and friends mourn the death of loved ones after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several...
Multan, Pakistan
Relatives and friends mourn the death of loved ones after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in ...
Relatives and friends mourn the death of loved ones after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan. ATTENTION EDITORS-VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
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September 05, 2004
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central...
Multan, Pakistan
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in ...
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan. ATTENTION EDITORS-VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
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September 05, 2004
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central...
Multan, Pakistan
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in ...
A relative mourns death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan. A relative mourns the death of a loved one in the central city of Multan September 5, 2004. A toxic batch of home-brewed alcohol has killed 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan, police and hospital officials said on Sunday. REUTERS/Asim Tanveer
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September 05, 2004
Relatives mourn death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central...
Multan, Pakistan
Relatives mourn death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in ...
Relatives mourn death of loved one after toxic home-brew kills 31 people in several towns in central Pakistan. ATTENTION EDITORS-VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
TSINGTAO
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August 17, 2003
A worker checks bottles of Tsingtao beer on the production line of Tsingtao plant in China's eastern...
Qingdao, China
A worker checks bottles of Tsingtao beer on the production line of Tsingtao plant in China's eastern.....
A worker checks bottles of Tsingtao beer on the production line of Tsingtao plant in China's eastern port city of Qingdao, Shandong province August 16, 2003. Qingdao, the home of world famous Tsingtao Beer, opened on Friday the "13th Qingdao International Beer Festival", showcasing famous breweries from all over the world. Founded by German settlers 100 years ago and once a brew reserved for party cadres in the 1980s, Tsingtao now leads a market that is the world's second-largest after the [United States] by volume.
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