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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOMALIA-KHAT
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April 02, 2020
Residents walk past closed khat stimulants stalls, amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Residents walk past closed khat stimulants stalls, amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease...
Residents walk past closed khat stimulants stalls, amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mogadishu, Somalia March 27, 2020. Picture taken March 27, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOMALIA-KHAT
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April 02, 2020
A Somali man walks at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A Somali man walks at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus...
A Somali man walks at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mogadishu, Somalia March 26, 2020. Picture taken March 26, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOMALIA-KHAT
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April 02, 2020
Bunow Hussein Aden, 60, a Somali market cleaner is seen at the abandoned khat stimulant market closed...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Bunow Hussein Aden, 60, a Somali market cleaner is seen at the abandoned khat stimulant market closed...
Bunow Hussein Aden, 60, a Somali market cleaner is seen at the abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), during an interview with Reuters in Mogadishu, Somalia March 26, 2020. Picture taken March 26, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOMALIA-KHAT
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April 02, 2020
Makeshift khat stimulants stalls are seen abandoned along the street amid concerns about the spread of...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Makeshift khat stimulants stalls are seen abandoned along the street amid concerns about the spread of...
Makeshift khat stimulants stalls are seen abandoned along the street amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mogadishu, Somalia March 27, 2020. Picture taken March 27, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SOMALIA-KHAT
RTS37WN6
April 02, 2020
A Somali man sleeps at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A Somali man sleeps at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus...
A Somali man sleeps at an abandoned khat stimulant market closed amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Mogadishu, Somalia March 26, 2020. Picture taken March 26, 2020. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
ETHIOPIA-LOCUSTS/
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January 13, 2020
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm...
JIJIGA, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian farmer attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirt...
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirt of Jijiga in Somali region, Ethiopia January 12, 2020. Picture taken January 12, 2020. REUTERS/Giulia Paravicini
ETHIOPIA-LOCUSTS/
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January 13, 2020
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer, attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm...
JIJIGA, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian farmer attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirt...
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer, attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirt of Jijiga in Somali region, Ethiopia January 12, 2020. Picture taken January 12, 2020. REUTERS/Giulia Paravicini
ETHIOPIA-LOCUSTS/
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January 13, 2020
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer, attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm...
JIJIGA, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian farmer attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirts...
Ahmed Ibrahim, 30, an Ethiopian farmer, attempts to fend off desert locusts as they fly in his khat farm on the outskirts of Jijiga in Somali region, Ethiopia January 12, 2020. Picture taken January 12, 2020. REUTERS/Giulia Paravicini
 YEMEN-SECURITY/ARMS
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October 18, 2015
A weapon and mildly narcotic qat leaves, used by many Yemeni soldiers, are seen in Marib, Yemen October...
Marib, Yemen
Weapon and mildly narcotic qat leaves, used by many Yemeni soldiers, are seen in Marib
A weapon and mildly narcotic qat leaves, used by many Yemeni soldiers, are seen in Marib, Yemen October 15, 2015. Marib is a city that is heavily armed even by the standards of Yemen, where the ready availability of weapons helped start civil war and is now preventing anyone coming out on top. Yemenis often say there are three guns for every person, a boast that has become an urgent concern in a country where the United Nations says the humanitarian situation is "critical". Picture taken October 15, 2015. REUTERS/Angus McDowall
 YEMEN-SECURITY/ARMS
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October 18, 2015
A Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen October 15, 2015. Marib...
Marib, Yemen
Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen
A Yemeni soldier chews qat next to a tribal resistance fighter in Marib, Yemen October 15, 2015. Marib is a city that is heavily armed even by the standards of Yemen, where the ready availability of weapons helped start civil war and is now preventing anyone coming out on top. Yemenis often say there are three guns for every person, a boast that has become an urgent concern in a country where the United Nations says the humanitarian situation is "critical". Picture taken October 15, 2015. REUTERS/Angus McDowall
YEMEN-REFUGEES/AFRICA
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April 14, 2015
Illegal immigrants from Ethiopia attempting to cross into Yemen chew khat and sit outside their makeshift...
BOSSASO, Somalia
Illegal immigrants from Ethiopia attempting to cross into Yemen chew khat and sit outside their makeshift...
Illegal immigrants from Ethiopia attempting to cross into Yemen chew khat and sit outside their makeshift shelter in Bosasso, northern Somalia's breakaway Puntland region, April 14, 2015. More than 1,200 people fleeing conflict in Yemen have reached the Horn of Africa by boat in the past two weeks, using a route taken in the past by African refugees headed in the opposite direction, the U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Feisal Omar
YEMEN-SECURITY/QAT
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April 14, 2015
A dealer displays qat as he waits for customers at his car outside a market in Sanaa April 14, 2015....
Sanaa, Yemen
Dealer displays qat as he waits for customers at his car outside a market in Sanaa
A dealer displays qat as he waits for customers at his car outside a market in Sanaa April 14, 2015. Civil war may be tearing Yemen apart but every afternoon combatants set aside the struggle for the country's future to stuff their cheeks with wads of the narcotic green leaf, qat. The national pastime of chewing qat is one of the few certainties in a nation turned upside down by air strikes and street fighting. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
Society
Society
Khat - Somalia's Paradise Flower - 26 Aug 2014
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SOMALIA-KHAT/
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August 26, 2014
Ali Abdi, 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Boys chew khat in Mogadishu
Ali Abdi, 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Ali Abdi (R), 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat, in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Boys chew khat in Mogadishu
Ali Abdi (R), 14, and his friend Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, chew khat, in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, smokes a cigarette while chewing khat at the same time in Mogadishu August 10, 2014....
Mogadishu, Somalia
Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, smokes a cigarette while chewing khat at the same time in Mogadishu
Abdulahi Yaroow, 13, smokes a cigarette while chewing khat at the same time in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Jiijo Sheik Mohamed (L-R), Faadumo Mohamed and Maryan Mohamed sit and chew khat in Mogadishu August 6,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Jiijo Sheik Mohamed, Faadumo Mohamed and Maryan Mohamed sit and chew khat in Mogadishu
Jiijo Sheik Mohamed (L-R), Faadumo Mohamed and Maryan Mohamed sit and chew khat in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Somali men smoke and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali men smoke and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu
Somali men smoke and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Men chew khat in Mogadishu August 7, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali men chew khat in Mogadishu
Men chew khat in Mogadishu August 7, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 7, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Somali men sit and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali men sit and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu
Somali men sit and chew khat inside a makeshift building at night in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Maryan Mohamed poses for a photograph as she smokes and chews khat in Mogadishu August 9, 2014. Grown...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Maryan Mohamed poses for a photograph as she smokes and chews khat in Mogadishu
Maryan Mohamed poses for a photograph as she smokes and chews khat in Mogadishu August 9, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
A woman and her daughter arrange branches of khat into small bundles in Mogadishu August 9, 2014. Grown...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A woman and her daughter arrange branches of khat into small bundles in Mogadishu
A woman and her daughter arrange branches of khat into small bundles in Mogadishu August 9, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 9, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY AGRICULTURE BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Somali Khat businesswomen waiting for khat stand near a mini bus in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali Khat businesswomen waiting for khat stand near a mini bus in Mogadishu
Somali Khat businesswomen waiting for khat stand near a mini bus in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
A man chews khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A man chews khat in Mogadishu
A man chews khat in Mogadishu August 10, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 10, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
Porters gather around a truck carrying khat in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Porters gather around a truck carrying khat in Mogadishu
Porters gather around a truck carrying khat in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW AGRICULTURE)

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August 26, 2014
A Somali government soldier shops for khat in a market in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A Somali government soldier shops for khat in a market in Mogadishu
A Somali government soldier shops for khat in a market in Mogadishu August 6, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 6, 2014. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW MILITARY)

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August 26, 2014
John Kalunge Nguthari, a farmer, climbs a khat tree at his plantation in Maua near Meru eastern Kenya...
MAUA, Kenya
John Kalunge Nguthari, a farmer, climbs a khat tree at his plantation in Maua near Meru
John Kalunge Nguthari, a farmer, climbs a khat tree at his plantation in Maua near Meru eastern Kenya August 20, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW DRUGS)

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August 26, 2014
Khat grows on a tree at a plantation in Maua, near Meru, eastern Kenya August 20, 2014. Grown on plantations...
MAUA, Kenya
Khat grows on a tree at a plantation in Maua, near Meru
Khat grows on a tree at a plantation in Maua, near Meru, eastern Kenya August 20, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY BUSINESS CRIME LAW)

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August 26, 2014
A khat farmer packs his crop at a collection point near his plantation in Maua, near Meru, eastern Kenya...
MAUA, Kenya
A khat farmer packs his crop at a collection point near his plantation in Maua, near Meru
A khat farmer packs his crop at a collection point near his plantation in Maua, near Meru, eastern Kenya August 20, 2014. Grown on plantations in the highlands of Kenya and Ethiopia, tonnes of khat, or qat, dubbed "the flower of paradise" by its users, are flown daily into Mogadishu airport, to be distributed from there in convoys of lorries to markets across Somalia. Britain, whose large ethnic Somali community sustained a lucrative demand for the leaves, banned khat from July as an illegal drug. This prohibition jolted the khat market, creating a supply glut in Somalia and pushing down prices, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of its amphetamine-like high. Picture taken August 20, 2014. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)

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July 02, 2014
A large pile of khat is seen after being pulled from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Large pile of khat is seen after being pulled from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
A large pile of khat is seen after being pulled from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
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July 02, 2014
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
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July 02, 2014
Security personnel stand at the site of the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel stand at the site of the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel stand at the site of the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
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July 02, 2014
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
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July 02, 2014
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KENYA-PLANECRASH/
RTR3WR17
July 02, 2014
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
KENYA-PLANECRASH/
RTR3WR16
July 02, 2014
Security personnel secure the scene where a cargo plane crashed into a commercial building at the Utawala...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel secure scene where a cargo plane crashed into a commercial building at Utawala estate...
Security personnel secure the scene where a cargo plane crashed into a commercial building at the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
KENYA-PLANECRASH/
RTR3WR0P
July 02, 2014
Security personnel carry sacks of the mild stimulant khat from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel carry sacks of mild stimulant khat from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into...
Security personnel carry sacks of the mild stimulant khat from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KENYA-PLANECRASH/
RTR3WR0M
July 02, 2014
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a...
UTAWALA, Kenya
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial...
Security personnel attempt to retrieve bodies from the wreckage of a cargo plane that crashed into a commercial building on the Utawala estate on the outskirts of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 2, 2014. The Fokker 50 plane was transporting the mild stimulant khat, and crashed shortly after taking off from the city's main Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) on Wednesday, with the four crew members on board being feared dead, the Kenyan Airports Authority (KAA) said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: TRANSPORT DISASTER)
YEMEN/
RTR3MQVV
April 26, 2014
People sit as they chew qat, a mild narcotic, at the old Jewish village of Bait Baus which is built on...
Sanaa, Yemen
People sit as they chew qat at the old Jewish village of Bait Baus which is built on the ridge of a hill...
People sit as they chew qat, a mild narcotic, at the old Jewish village of Bait Baus which is built on the ridge of a hill in the southern outskirts of the Yemeni capital Sanaa, April 26, 2014. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: DRUGS SOCIETY)
YEMEN/
RTR3MO0S
April 25, 2014
A man harvest qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a, April 25, 2014. Many of Yemen's 25 million...
Sana'a, Yemen
A man harvest qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a
A man harvest qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a, April 25, 2014. Many of Yemen's 25 million people chew qat leaves for their mild stimulant effect. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
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April 25, 2014
A man tosses fertilized soil on the qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a, April 25, 2014....
Sana'a, Yemen
A man tosses fertilized soil on the qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a
A man tosses fertilized soil on the qat leaves in his farm on the outskirts of Sana'a, April 25, 2014. Many of Yemen's 25 million people chew qat leaves for their mild stimulant effect. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: AGRICULTURE DRUGS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
YEMEN/
RTX153R7
November 07, 2013
Dealers of qat, a mild stimulant, prepare qat leaves as they wait for customers outside a marketplace...
Sanaa, Yemen
Dealers of qat, a mild stimulant, prepare qat leaves as they wait for customers outside a marketplace...
Dealers of qat, a mild stimulant, prepare qat leaves as they wait for customers outside a marketplace in Sanaa November 7, 2013. Qat dominates life in Yemen, where most men spend half the day chewing it, even at work, and experts say it is ravaging Yemen's frail economy and sucking up precious water. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
YEMEN/
RTX153R5
November 07, 2013
A dealer of qat, a mild stimulant, displays qat leaves as he waits for customers in his shop at a marketplace...
Sanaa, Yemen
A dealer of qat, a mild stimulant, displays qat leaves as he waits for customers in his shop at a marketplace...
A dealer of qat, a mild stimulant, displays qat leaves as he waits for customers in his shop at a marketplace in Sanaa November 7, 2013. Qat dominates life in Yemen, where most men spend half the day chewing it, even at work, and experts say it is ravaging Yemen's frail economy and sucking up precious water. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE SOCIETY)
YEMEN/
RTX14YOP
November 03, 2013
Men waiting to be hired for their labour, chew the mild stimulant qat as they sit along a main street...
Sanaa, Yemen
Men waiting to be hired for their labour, chew the mild stimulant qat as they sit along a main street...
Men waiting to be hired for their labour, chew the mild stimulant qat as they sit along a main street in Sanaa November 3, 2013. A third of Yemen's 25 million people live under the poverty line of $2 a day and unemployment is estimated at about 35 percent, with youth joblessness at 60 percent. A United Nations (U.N.) report released in January revealed the extent of the country's poverty, saying that 10.5 million of Yemen's 24 million people lacked sufficient food supplies, and 13 million had no access to safe water and basic sanitation. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY POVERTY)
YEMEN/
RTX14WJ1
November 01, 2013
A farmer sprays qat plants with pesticide on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa, November 1, 2013. Many...
Sanaa, Yemen
Farmer sprays qat plants with pesticide on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa
A farmer sprays qat plants with pesticide on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa, November 1, 2013. Many of Yemen's 25 million people chew qat leaves for their mild stimulant effect. The cultivation of this leafy plant is also a serious drain on water supplies in a country where 13 million people out of a population of some 24 million have no access to safe drinking water. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
YEMEN/
RTX14WIS
November 01, 2013
A farmer prepares pesticides to be applied to his qat plants on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa, November...
Sanaa, Yemen
Farmer prepares pesticides to be applied to his qat plants on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa
A farmer prepares pesticides to be applied to his qat plants on his farm on the outskirts of Sanaa, November 1, 2013. Many of Yemen's 25 million people chew qat leaves for their mild stimulant effect. The cultivation of this leafy plant is also a serious drain on water supplies in a country where 13 million people out of a population of some 24 million have no access to safe drinking water. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
YEMEN/
RTX14WID
November 01, 2013
Youths harvest qat leaves on a farm on the outskirts of Sanaa November 1, 2013. Many of Yemen's 25 million...
Sanaa, Yemen
Youths harvest qat leaves on a farm on the outskirts of Sanaa
Youths harvest qat leaves on a farm on the outskirts of Sanaa November 1, 2013. Many of Yemen's 25 million people chew qat leaves for their mild stimulant effect. The cultivation of this leafy plant is also a serious drain on water supplies in a country where 13 million people out of a population of some 24 million have no access to safe drinking water. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY)
SYRIA-CRISIS
RTX139XG
September 06, 2013
A protester loyal to the Shi'ite Muslim Al-Houthi group, also known as Ansarullah, wears a headband with...
Sanaa, Yemen
A protester wears a headband showing Assad during a demonstration against potential strikes on the Syrian...
A protester loyal to the Shi'ite Muslim Al-Houthi group, also known as Ansarullah, wears a headband with a picture of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad as he chews the mild stimulant of qat during a demonstration against potential strikes on the Syrian government, in Sanaa September 6, 2013. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
YEMEN/
RTX138KG
September 05, 2013
Men chew qat inside a sesame oil mill in the old city of Sanaa, September 5, 2013. Pure sesame oil is...
Sanaa, Yemen
Men chew qat inside a sesame oil mill in the old city of Sanaa
Men chew qat inside a sesame oil mill in the old city of Sanaa, September 5, 2013. Pure sesame oil is extracted in traditional mills powered by camels in Yemen for reasons that range from cooking to therapeutic purposes. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD SOCIETY)
KENYA
RTX11J1O
July 10, 2013
A motorcyclist prepares to leave with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
A motorcyclist prepares to leave with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
A motorcyclist prepares to leave with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA
RTX11J1J
July 10, 2013
People crowd behind a van to receive their sacks of qat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
People crowd behind a van to receive their sacks of qat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
People crowd behind a van to receive their sacks of qat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA
RTX11J1I
July 10, 2013
People crowd to pick their choice of qat sticks at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
People crowd to pick their choice of qat sticks at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
People crowd to pick their choice of qat sticks at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA
RTX11J1C
July 10, 2013
A motorcyclist chews a stick of Khat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July...
Nairobi, Kenya
A motorcyclist chews a stick of Khat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi
A motorcyclist chews a stick of Khat at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA
RTX11J13
July 10, 2013
A woman chats with a qat vendor along a street near an open air qat market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A woman chats with a qat vendor along a street near an open air qat market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A woman chats with a qat vendor along a street near an open air qat market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA/
RTX11J0W
July 10, 2013
A motorcyclist drives off with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A motorcyclist drives off with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A motorcyclist drives off with sacks of qat from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA/
RTX11J0R
July 10, 2013
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat sticks from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat sticks from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat sticks from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA
RTX11J0I
July 10, 2013
Youths travel on a van transporting qat as they arrive at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
Nairobi, Kenya
Youths travel on a van transporting qat as they arrive at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital...
Youths travel on a van transporting qat as they arrive at an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
KENYA/
RTX11J06
July 10, 2013
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat leaves from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
Nairobi, Kenya
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat leaves from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi...
A vendor walks away with bundles of qat leaves from an open air wholesale market in Kenya's capital Nairobi July 10, 2013. Britain announced on July 3, 2013, that it will ban qat, or khat, a leafy plant whose leaves are widely chewed for their mild stimulant effect. According to local media, the ban on qat, commonly known as Miraa, will adversely affect the income and livelihoods of Kenyan farmers in the Mount Kenya region, who cultivate the plant for a living. REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS LAW)
SOMALIA
RTXY0TB
March 28, 2013
A Somali vendor holds a bunch of khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, for sale at an open air market...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A Somali vendor holds a bunch of khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, for sale at an open air market...
A Somali vendor holds a bunch of khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, for sale at an open air market in southern Mogadishu's Hodan district, March 28, 2013. Khat leaves have been used as a stimulant and a social tonic. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
SOMALIA
RTXY0T8
March 28, 2013
Somali vendors sell khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, at an open air market in southern Mogadishu's...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Somali vendors sell khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, at an open air market in southern Mogadishu's...
Somali vendors sell khat, a mild stimulant narcotic leaf, at an open air market in southern Mogadishu's Hodan district, March 28, 2013. Khat leaves have been used as a stimulant and a social tonic. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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