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PAKISTAN-VIOLENCE/WAZIRISTAN
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October 29, 2009
Labourers pack lentils at a distribution point for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Dera Ismail...
Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan
Labourers pack lentils at a distribution point for internally displaced persons in Dera Ismail Khan
Labourers pack lentils at a distribution point for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan's restive North West Frontier Province October 29, 2009. Pakistani soldiers are zeroing in on two major Taliban sanctuaries in South Waziristan as the army presses ahead with an offensive in the lawless tribal region on the Afghan border. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN CONFLICT SOCIETY)
PAKISTAN/
RTXPJ0V
October 11, 2009
A labourer displays a handful of lentils which he was preparing to package for sale at a market in Karachi...
Karachi, Pakistan
A labourer displays a handful of lentils which he was preparing to package for sale at a market in Karachi...
A labourer displays a handful of lentils which he was preparing to package for sale at a market in Karachi October 11, 2009. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
PAKISTAN/
RTXEJ12
April 29, 2009
A woman sweeps for scraps of rice and lentils near a supply warehouse in Karachi April 29, 2009. REUTERS/Akhtar...
Karachi, Pakistan
A woman sweeps for scraps of rice and lentils near a supply warehouse in Karachi
A woman sweeps for scraps of rice and lentils near a supply warehouse in Karachi April 29, 2009. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
VENEZUELA/
RTXBU6K
February 20, 2009
Residents clean lentils at a "Casa de Alimentacion" (feeding house) in the impoverished neighbourhood...
Caracas, Venezuela
Residents clean lentils at a "Casa de Alimentacion" in impoverished neighbourhood of La Vega in Caracas...
Residents clean lentils at a "Casa de Alimentacion" (feeding house) in the impoverished neighbourhood of La Vega in Caracas February 19, 2009. "Casa de Alimentacion" is a government-run program in which some residents convert their homes into a communal kitchen in order to help the people in their community to provide food for the poor and unemployed. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (VENEZUELA)
YEMEN/
RTX8EOS
September 04, 2008
A vendor fills up a measuring pot with red lentils at a market in Sanaa September 4, 2008. Muslims around...
Sanaa, Yemen
Vendor fills up measuring pot with red lentils during Muslim month of Ramadan in Sanaa
A vendor fills up a measuring pot with red lentils at a market in Sanaa September 4, 2008. Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN/
RTX8EOQ
September 04, 2008
A customer checks red lentils during the Muslim month of Ramadan at a market in Sanaa September 4, 2008....
Sanaa, Yemen
Customer checks red lentils during Muslim month of Ramadan at market in Sanaa
A customer checks red lentils during the Muslim month of Ramadan at a market in Sanaa September 4, 2008. Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking and sexual relations from sunrise to sunset during Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
INDIA CORRUPTION
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August 10, 2006
Nannu Lal, 55, speaks during an interview with Reuters in New Delhi in this July 25, 2006 file photo....
New Delhi, India
To match feature INDIA CORRUPTION
Nannu Lal, 55, speaks during an interview with Reuters in New Delhi in this July 25, 2006 file photo. When Lal, a house painter, lost his government ration card, feeding his wife and son suddenly became twice as expensive. The card enabled him to buy his weekly rice, lentils and flour at discounted prices. He desperately needed a replacement. But in India getting hold of something as simple as an official document often involves picking your way through a bureaucratic minefield, planted with corrupt officials who never miss an opportunity to demand a bribe. Picture taken July 25, 2006. To match feature INDIA CORRUPTION. REUTERS/Vijay Mathur (INDIA)
THAILAND
RTXN4GY
December 29, 2004
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased people in Prachariomchai (a Chinese Temple) in Krabi,...
Phuket, Thailand
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased people in Prachariomchai (a Chinese Temple) in .....
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased people in Prachariomchai (a Chinese Temple) in Krabi, December 29, 2004. Workers from [Indonesia to India] rushed to bury corpses to ward off disease Wednesday as cargo planes touched down with promised aid - from lentils to water purifiers - to help the region cope with its tsunami catastrophe. The death toll soared to 60,000.
RTRPIX
RTRJ5M5
December 29, 2004
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased people in Prachariomchai (a Chinese Temple) in Krabi,...
Phuket
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased in Prachariomchai (Chinese Temple) in Krabi.
A foreigner checks a board with pictures of deceased people in Prachariomchai (a Chinese Temple) in Krabi, December 29, 2004. Workers from Indonesia to India rushed to bury corpses to ward off disease Wednesday as cargo planes touched down with promised aid - from lentils to water purifiers - to help the region cope with its tsunami catastrophe. The death toll soared to 60,000. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui LA/ABP
RTRPIX
RTRJ5BK
December 29, 2004
Aerial view of the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island, December 29, 2004 after...
Phi Phi
Aerial view of the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island,.
Aerial view of the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island, December 29, 2004 after a tsunami hit the area. Workers from Indonesia to India rushed to bury corpses to ward off disease Wednesday as cargo planes touched down with promised aid - from lentils to water purifiers - to help the region cope with its tsunami catastrophe. The death toll soared to 60,000. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui LA/ABP
RTRPIX
RTRJ5B2
December 29, 2004
Children wait with their family in search for a relative at the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's...
Phi Phi
Children wait with their family in search for a relative at the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in ...
Children wait with their family in search for a relative at the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island. Children wait with their family in search for a relative at the holiday resort of Ton Sai Bay in Thailand's Phi Phi island, December 29, 2004. Workers from Indonesia to India rushed to bury corpses to ward off disease Wednesday as cargo planes touched down with promised aid - from lentils to water purifiers - to help the region cope with its tsunami catastrophe. The death toll soared to 60,000. REUTERS/Luis Enrique Ascui
IRAQ
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October 15, 2004
An Iraqi mother carries lentil soup outside Abdul-Qadir mosque in Baghdad, before breaking the fast of...
Baghdad
Iraqi mother carries lentil soup outside a Baghdad mosque before breaking fast of the first day of Ramadan....
An Iraqi mother carries lentil soup outside Abdul-Qadir mosque in Baghdad, before breaking the fast of the first day of the holy month of Ramadan October 15, 2004. REUTERS/Faleh Kheiber HH/CLH/JV
INDIA
RTXMQ2Z
July 05, 2004
Parul Gayan (L) makes bidis while Kamala Mondol (R) separates lentil grains in Deganga, [80 km (50 miles)...
Deganga, India
Parul Gayan (L) makes bidis while Kamala Mondol (R) separates lentil grains in Deganga, [80 km (50 m.....
Parul Gayan (L) makes bidis while Kamala Mondol (R) separates lentil grains in Deganga, [80 km (50 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Calcutta], July 4, 2004. Both Gayan and Mondol suffer from skin lesions because they use arsenic contaminated water. [Hundreds of thousands are affected in West Bengal state due to high arsenic levels found in the ground water which is used for drinking, washing and cooking.]
INDIA
RTR5VSX
July 04, 2004
Parul Gayan (L) makes bidis while Kamala Mondol (R) separates lentil grains in Deganga 80 km (50 miles)...
India
PARUL GAYAN MAKES BIDIS WHILE KAMALA MONDOL SEPERATES LENTIL GRAINS IN DEGANGA.
Parul Gayan (L) makes bidis while Kamala Mondol (R) separates lentil grains in Deganga 80 km (50 miles) north of the eastern Indian city of Calcutta July 4, 2004. Both Gayan and Mondol suffer from skin lesions because they use arsenic contaminated water. Hundreds of thousands are affected in West Bengal state due to high arsenic levels found in the ground water which is used for drinking, washing and cooking. Picture was taken on July 4,2004. REUTERS/Sucheta Das SD/TW
VENEZUELA
RTXMPFC
June 17, 2004
Workers clean up the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004....
Maracaibo, Venezuela
Workers clean up the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2.....
Workers clean up the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPFB
June 17, 2004
This view shows the Maracaibo bridge an a pipeline over the polluted water of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
This view shows the Maracaibo bridge an a pipeline over the polluted water of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km.....
This view shows the Maracaibo bridge an a pipeline over the polluted water of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPFA
June 17, 2004
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 .....
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPF9
June 17, 2004
A fisherman attempts to clean his dock with help in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
A fisherman attempts to clean his dock with help in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (43.....
A fisherman attempts to clean his dock with help in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPF8
June 17, 2004
A fisherman tries to clean his dock in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
A fisherman tries to clean his dock in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west.....
A fisherman tries to clean his dock in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPF7
June 17, 2004
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17,...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June .....
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
VENEZUELA
RTXMPF6
June 17, 2004
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas, in this...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas, in t.....
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas, in this photo taken June 16, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation.
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VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
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June 17, 2004
Workers clean up the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004....
Maracaibo, Venezuela
WORKERS CLEANS UP A DOCK AT THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
Workers clean up the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva REUTERS JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
RTR4M46
June 17, 2004
This view shows the Maracaibo bridge an a pipeline over the polluted water of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
VIEW OF MARACAIBO BRIDGE OVER THE POLLUTED LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
This view shows the Maracaibo bridge an a pipeline over the polluted water of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
RTR4M3J
June 17, 2004
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
WORKERS CLEAN UP AT THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
RTR4M3A
June 17, 2004
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
WORKERS CLEAN UP AT THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
Workers clean up the coast in front of an oil facility at the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
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June 17, 2004
A fisherman attempts to clean his dock with help in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
A FISHERMAN CLEANS UP HIS DOCK AT THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
A fisherman attempts to clean his dock with help in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
RTR4LYV
June 17, 2004
A fisherman tries to clean his dock in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
A FISHERMAN CLEANS UP HIS DOCK AT THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
A fisherman tries to clean his dock in the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
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June 17, 2004
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17,...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
AN AREAL VIEW OF THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas June 17, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/Jorge Silva JS
VENEZUELA LAKE POLLUTION
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June 16, 2004
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas, in this...
Maracaibo, Venezuela
AN AREAL VIEW OF THE POLLUTED MARACAIBO LAKE IN VENEZUELA.
This areal view shows the polluted coast of Lake Maracaibo, 700 km (435 miles) west of Caracas, in this photo taken June 16, 2004. Venezuela has declared a state of emergency in its western Lake Maracaibo to combat a fast-breeding aquatic green plant that is clogging waterways and threatening fishing in one of South America's largest bodies of water. Authorities have ordered a massive clean-up of the floating green plant known as water lentil which is covering as much as a 12% of the lake, a shipping hub for the world's fifth largest oil exporting nation. REUTERS/HO-Cortesy of Diario Panorama JS
HAITI VIOLENCE
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February 23, 2004
Looters take bags of lentils from the United Nations World Food Program warehouse in Cap-Haitien, Haiti,...
Cap-Haitien, United States of America
HAITIAN LOOT LENTILS FROM UN WFP WAREHOUSE.
Looters take bags of lentils from the United Nations World Food Program warehouse in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, February 23, 2004, a day after soldiers from the Haitian National Revolutionary Liberation Front took over the city's police station and gained control of the city. The World Food Program had projects which distributed food to approximately 268,000 people in the north of the country. REUTERS/Daniel Morel DM/HB
HAITI VIOLENCE
RTRDF1P
February 23, 2004
Looters take bags of lentils from the United Nations World Food Program warehouse in Cap-Haitien, Haiti,...
Cap-Haitien, United States of America
HAITIAN LOOT LENTILS FROM UN WFP WAREHOUSE.
Looters take bags of lentils from the United Nations World Food Program warehouse in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, February 23, 2004, a day after soldiers from the Haitian National Revolutionary Liberation Front took over the city's police station and gained control of the city. The World Food Program had projects which distributed food to approximately 268,000 people in the north of the country. REUTERS/Daniel Morel DM/HB
INDIA
RTRI5A5
February 03, 2003
Indian delivery boys ferry lunch containers on carts to their customers
in Bombay, February 3, 2003....
Bombay, Republic of India
TO MATCH FEATURE INDIA-LUNCH.
Indian delivery boys ferry lunch containers on carts to their customers
in Bombay, February 3, 2003. For years, Bombay's legendary
lunch-delivery system run by a legion of mostly illiterate
"dabbawallahs" was an institution that didn't go beyond the city's
borders. The Bombay institution - consisting of a home-made meal of
rice, dal or lentils, Indian bread and sometimes salad and yoghurt -
has even survived stiff competition from western fast-food chains that
set up shop in the 1990s. Picture taken February 3. REUTERS/Arko Datta
TO MATCH FEATURE INDIA-LUNCH

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INDIA
RTRI59Y
February 03, 2003
Indian delivery boys ferry lunch containers on carts to their customers
in Bombay February 3, 2003....
Bombay, Republic of India
TO MATCH FEATURE INDIA-LUNCH.
Indian delivery boys ferry lunch containers on carts to their customers
in Bombay February 3, 2003. For years, Bombay's legendary
lunch-delivery system run by a legion of mostly illiterate
"dabbawallahs" was an institution that didn't go beyond the city's
borders. The Bombay institution - consisting of a home-made meal of
rice, dal or lentils, Indian bread and sometimes salad and yoghurt -
has even survived stiff competition from western fast-food chains that
set up shop in the 1990s. Picture taken February 3. REUTERS/Arko Datta
TO MATCH FEATURE INDIA-LUNCH

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SOUTHASIA PAKISTAN
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June 25, 2002
James T. Morris (R) Exective Director of World Food Program (WFP)
visits as Afghan refugees receive...
Shamshatu, Pakistan
EXECTIVE DIRECTOR OF WORLD FOOD PROGRAM INSPECTS THE DISTRIBUTIONS OF
FOOD AT SHAMSHATU REFUGEE CAMP....
James T. Morris (R) Exective Director of World Food Program (WFP)
visits as Afghan refugees receive lentils from the WFP distribution at
Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (22 miles) southeast of Peshawar, capital
of Pakistan's North West Frontier Province on June 25, 2002. WFP may
need to feed only 4.5 million Afghans by the end of the year,down from
10 million currently after at least 1 million refugees have returned to
Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban last year. REUTERS/Faisal
Mahmood

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AFGHANISTAN
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January 18, 2001
Afghan refugees receive lentil from the World Food Programme (WFP) at Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (22...
Shamshatu, Pakistan
Afghan refugees receive lentil from the World Food Programme (WFP) at Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (.....
Afghan refugees receive lentil from the World Food Programme (WFP) at Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (22 miles) southeast of Peshawar, capital of Pakistan's North West Frontier Province January 17, 2001. The WFP, catering for larger than expected number of Afghan refugees fleeing war and drought, the spokesman of WFP Khalid Mansour said "If we do not receive new donations, we may run out of food before three months".
AFGHAN REFUGEES
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January 17, 2001
Afghan refugees receive lentil from the World Food Programme (WFP) at Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (22...
Shamshatu, Pakistan
AFGHAN REFUGEES RECEIVING LENTIL-GRAM FROM THE WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME AT SHAMSHATU REFUGEE CAMP.
Afghan refugees receive lentil from the World Food Programme (WFP) at Shamshatu refugee camp 35 km (22 miles) southeast of Peshawar, capital of Pakistan's North West Frontier Province January 17, 2001. The WFP, catering for larger than expected number of Afghan refugees fleeing war and drought, the spokesman of WFP Khalid Mansour said "If we do not receive new donations, we may run out of food before three months".

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GERMANY REFORMS
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June 23, 1999
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin fills his cup with lentil soup during the annual summer party...
Bonn, Germany
ENVIRONMENT MINISTER TRITTIN FILLS HIS CUP WITH SOUP IN BONN.
German Environment Minister Juergen Trittin fills his cup with lentil soup during the annual summer party of the Social Democratic party SPD in Bonn June 22. Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Finance Minister Hans Eichel present a package of cost-cutting budget, tax and welfare measures billed as the largest economic reform package in German history.

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