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RUSSIA-JAPAN/ISLANDS
RTXXQ3E
February 11, 2011
Activists from the pro-government youth organisation Nashi protest against Japan over a disputed island...
Moscow, Russia
Activists from the pro-government youth organisation Nashi protest against Japan over a disputed island...
Activists from the pro-government youth organisation Nashi protest against Japan over a disputed island chain in front of the Japanese embassy in Moscow, February 11, 2011. Russia warned Japan on Friday that its recent behaviour in a dispute over a group of Pacific islands was unacceptable, maintaining pressure on Tokyo during a visit by Japan's foreign minister. A shopping cart with horseradish contains a poster featuring a popular local phrase that reads "Horse radish to you but not the Kurils". REUTERS/Nikolay Korchekov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
KOREA
RTRGKHZ
November 24, 2004
An employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the...
Employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
An employee of Korea Yakult samples traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/
KOREA
RTRGKHT
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "Kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "Kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
KOREA
RTRGKGZ
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
KOREA
RTRGKGN
November 24, 2004
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's...
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul.
Employees of Korea Yakult make traditional "kimchi" in Seoul November 24, 2004. About 3,000 of the company's employees participated in the event, which was held in Seoul, Pusan, and Inchon, to make kimchi that will be distributed to people in need by its 12,000 employees. About 140 tons of cabbage were used to make the kimchi, which is a fermented mixture containing cabbage, onions, fish, garlic, horseradish, red peppers, and ginger. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won LJW/CN
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