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CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDEM 
June 20, 2015 
A chef cooks dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous... 
Yulin, China 
A chef cooks dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
A chef cooks dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDEL 
June 20, 2015 
A cook prepares seasoning for dog meat dish at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival... 
Yulin, China 
A cook prepares seasoning for dog meat dish at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival... 
A cook prepares seasoning for dog meat dish at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDEI 
June 20, 2015 
Dog meat are hung on hooks at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi... 
Yulin, China 
Dog meat are hung on hooks at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
Dog meat are hung on hooks at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDE3 
June 20, 2015 
A dog which was purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue it from dog dealers, is seen in... 
Yulin, China 
A dog which was purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue it from dog dealers, is seen in... 
A dog which was purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue it from dog dealers, is seen in a cage nearby a dog trading market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDE2 
June 20, 2015 
Customers toast over a dog meat dish at a dog meat market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin,... 
Yulin, China 
Customers toast over a dog meat dish at a dog meat market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
Customers toast over a dog meat dish at a dog meat market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDE1 
June 20, 2015 
Dogs and cats which were purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue them from dog dealers,... 
Yulin, China 
Dogs and cats which were purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue them from dog dealers,... 
Dogs and cats which were purchased by animal right activists in order to rescue them from dog dealers, are seen nearby a dog trading market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDE0 
June 20, 2015 
Dog meat are weighed on a scale at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi... 
Yulin, China 
Dog meat are weighed on a scale at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
Dog meat are weighed on a scale at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG MEAT/
RTX1HDDN 
June 20, 2015 
An animal right activist takes care of dogs which were purchased by the activist's group in order to... 
Yulin, China 
An animal right activist takes care of dogs which were purchased by the activist's group in order to... 
An animal right activist takes care of dogs which were purchased by the activist's group in order to rescue them from dog dealers nearby a dog trading market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDDM 
June 20, 2015 
A woman eats dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous... 
Yulin, China 
A woman eats dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
A woman eats dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDDL 
June 20, 2015 
Cooks cut dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous... 
Yulin, China 
Cooks cut dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
Cooks cut dog meat at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
CHINA-DOG MEAT/
RTX1HDDJ 
June 20, 2015 
A cook hangs dog meat on a hook at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi... 
Yulin, China 
A cook hangs dog meat on a hook at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin 
A cook hangs dog meat on a hook at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDDH 
June 20, 2015 
Dog meat is placed on a cutting board at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin,... 
Yulin, China 
Dog meat is placed on a cutting board at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin... 
Dog meat is placed on a cutting board at a dog meat restaurant ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-DOG-MEAT/
RTX1HDCZ 
June 20, 2015 
A local resident argues with animal right activists keeping dogs which they purchased to rescue them... 
Yulin, China 
A local resident argues with animal right activists keeping dogs which they purchased to rescue them... 
A local resident argues with animal right activists keeping dogs which they purchased to rescue them from dog dealers, nearby a dog trading market ahead of local dog meat festival in Yulin, Guangxi Autonomous Region, June 20, 2015. Local residents in Yulin have a tradition of hosting small gatherings to consume dog meat and lychees in celebration of the summer solstice which marks the coming of the hottest days, which falls on this Sunday in this year. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
INDIA-VARANASI/
RTR3ZSD9 
July 23, 2014 
Neelam Tiwari, 38, peels lychees for her father Kishore Pandey, 82, inside Mukti Bhavan (Salvation House)... 
Varanasi, India 
Neelam Tiwari peels lychees for her father Kishore Pandey inside Mukti Bhavan at Varanasi 
Neelam Tiwari, 38, peels lychees for her father Kishore Pandey, 82, inside Mukti Bhavan (Salvation House) in Varanasi, in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, June 17, 2014. The city of Varanasi, on the banks of the River Ganges, is widely considered Hinduism's holiest city and many Hindus believe that dying there and having their remains scattered in the Ganges allows their soul to escape a cycle of death and rebirth, attaining "moksha" or salvation. "Mukti Bhavan" or "Salvation House", is a charity-run hostel that caters for people who wish to come to Varanasi to die. Guests can normally stay up to two weeks after which, if they haven't yet passed away, they are gently asked to leave. Picture taken June 17, 2014. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)

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CHINA/
RTX188GY 
February 05, 2014 
Man sits in a boat in front of statues placed to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at the Waterfront... 
Guangzhou, China 
Man sits in a boat in front of statues placed to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at the Waterfront... 
Man sits in a boat in front of statues placed to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year at the Waterfront Flower Fair festival, at Lychee Bay in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, February 4, 2014. Picture taken February 4, 2014. REUTERS/Alex Lee (CHINA - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPK 
December 20, 2012 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in... 
AUBEL, Belgium 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in... 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPJ 
December 20, 2012 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen... 
AUBEL, Belgium 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in... 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPI 
December 20, 2012 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in... 
AUBEL, Belgium 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in... 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are washed before packaging at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPH 
December 20, 2012 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen... 
Belgium 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in... 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPF 
December 20, 2012 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as she stands next to the production line at the Stassen... 
Belgium 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in... 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as she stands next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPE 
December 20, 2012 
A worker holds a sample of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege... 
Belgium 
A worker holds a sample of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
A worker holds a sample of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPD 
December 20, 2012 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10,... 
Belgium 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPC 
December 20, 2012 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are seen before packaging on the production line at the... 
Belgium 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are seen before packaging on the production line at the... 
Newly-labelled bottles of Strongbow Gold cider are seen before packaging on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRPB 
December 20, 2012 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10,... 
Belgium 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRP9 
December 20, 2012 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10,... 
Belgium 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRP8 
December 20, 2012 
A worker stands near a tank of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel near... 
Belgium 
A worker stands near a tank of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
A worker stands near a tank of apple cider at the production line of the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRP7 
December 20, 2012 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10,... 
Belgium 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRP6 
December 20, 2012 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10,... 
Belgium 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel 
Cider bottles are seen on the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
BREWING-CIDER/
RTR3BRP5 
December 20, 2012 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen... 
Belgium 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in... 
A worker holds a bottle of Strongbow Gold cider as he stands next to the production line at the Stassen brewery in Aubel near Liege December 10, 2012. Cider, or hard cider as Americans call it, promises growth in developed markets at a time when consumers are drinking less beer but are willing to pay more for premium products, such as independent "craft beer", flavoured lagers or indeed cider. The Stassen family has been making cider in the pretty market town of Aubel near the Dutch and German borders since 1895, building a factory in 1937. R&D chief Jean-Pierre Stassen says the company was the first to make flavoured ciders, adding peach in 1987, later cherry, lychee and raspberry. Picture taken December 10, 2012. To match Insight BREWING-CIDER/ REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM - Tags: FOOD BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN/
RTR2O5CY 
June 27, 2011 
A man arranges lychees for sale at a wholesale market in Lahore on June 27, 2011. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza... 
Lahore, Pakistan 
A man arranges lychees for sale at a market in Lahore 
A man arranges lychees for sale at a wholesale market in Lahore on June 27, 2011. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza (PAKISTAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS FOOD) 
VIETNAM/
RTR1QRZG 
June 14, 2007 
A vendor transports lychees for sale on the street in Hanoi June 14, 2007. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
Hanoi, Vietnam 
A vendor transports lychees for sale on the street in Hanoi 
A vendor transports lychees for sale on the street in Hanoi June 14, 2007. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU7P 
April 20, 2007 
A sign at the village boundary is seen in front of pallets of Bionade near the Bionade brewing house... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
A sign at the village boundary is seen in front of pallets of Bionade near the Bionade brewing house... 
A sign at the village boundary is seen in front of pallets of Bionade near the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6W 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6U 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6R 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in the central German village of Ostheim... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade inventor Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in Ostheim 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6P 
April 20, 2007 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Brewer Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in Ostheim 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6O 
April 20, 2007 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Brewer Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in Ostheim 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6L 
April 20, 2007 
A driver closes the awning of a truck carrying pallets of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
A driver closes the awning of a truck carrying pallets of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house... 
A driver closes the awning of a truck carrying pallets of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU6F 
April 20, 2007 
Pallets with boxes of Bionade stand in front of a roof with an old illuminated advertising of Peter brewery... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Pallets with boxes of Bionade stand in front of a roof with an old illuminated advertising of Peter brewery... 
Pallets with boxes of Bionade stand in front of a roof with an old illuminated advertising of Peter brewery in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU69 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU67 
April 20, 2007 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU65 
April 20, 2007 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in a box in front of the Bionade brewhouse in the... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in a box in front of the Bionade brewhouse in Ostheim... 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in a box in front of the Bionade brewhouse in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU64 
April 20, 2007 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5T 
April 20, 2007 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
A fork lift carries pallets with boxes of Bionade in front of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5Q 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5P 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade orange ginger flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade orange ginger flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim... 
Bionade orange ginger flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5O 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in Ostheim 
Bionade herb flavour bottles are seen in the filling plant of the Bionade brewing house in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5L 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in the central German village of Ostheim... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade inventor Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in Ostheim 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold poses at the Bionade premises in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5J 
April 20, 2007 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold (C) poses with his stepsons Peter (L) and Stefan Kowalsky at the Bionade... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bionade inventor Leipold poses with his stepsons Peter and Stefan Kowalsky at the Bionade premises in... 
Bionade inventor Dieter Leipold (C) poses with his stepsons Peter (L) and Stefan Kowalsky at the Bionade premises in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5I 
April 20, 2007 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse in the central German village of... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse in Ostheim 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU5F 
April 20, 2007 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse as brewer Peter Gensler controls... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse in Ostheim 
Bottles with the four flavours of Bionade are seen in the brewhouse as brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1OU59 
April 20, 2007 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German... 
OSTHEIM, Germany 
Brewer Gensler controles the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in Ostheim 
Brewer Peter Gensler controls the fermentation process in the Bionade brewhouse in the central German village of Ostheim vor der Rhoen April 19, 2007. Bionade was founded in 1995 when Dieter Leipold, whose family brewery was on the brink of collapse, started work on his dream to create a non-alcoholic organic soft drink that would be fermented on beer-brewing principles. In 2006 Bionade produced some 75 million bottles in the flavours of orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
BEVERAGES-BIONADE/
RTR1N8JR 
March 08, 2007 
Bottles of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' are pictured in a photographers studio in Berlin March 6,... 
Berlin, Germany 
To accompany feature story BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ 
Bottles of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' are pictured in a photographers studio in Berlin March 6, 2007 to illustrate a feature story about the makers of the beverage. With consumers increasingly concerned about wellness and quality, the makers of an all-natural fizzy soft drink called Bionade are planning a foray into new territories. In flavours including orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb, the self-styled "first and only non-alcoholic refreshment drink produced by a purely organic process" has become Germany's trendiest beverage, even though its makers shun advertising. Picture taken March 6, 2007. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
BEVERAGES-BIONADE/
RTR1N8GY 
March 08, 2007 
A bottle of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' is pictured in a bar in Berlin, to illustrate the feature... 
Berlin, Germany 
To accompany feature story BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ 
A bottle of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' is pictured in a bar in Berlin, to illustrate the feature story about the makers of the drink March 7, 2007. With consumers increasingly concerned about wellness and quality, the makers of an all-natural fizzy soft drink called Bionade are planning a foray into new territories. In flavours including orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb, the self-styled "first and only non-alcoholic refreshment drink produced by a purely organic process" has become Germany's trendiest beverage, even though its makers shun advertising. Picture taken March 7, 2007. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
BEVERAGES-BIONADE/
RTR1N8GP 
March 08, 2007 
A bottle of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' is pictured between two glasses of beer in a bar in Berlin,... 
Berlin, Germany 
To accompany feature story BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ 
A bottle of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' is pictured between two glasses of beer in a bar in Berlin, to illustrate the feature story about the makers of the drink March 7, 2007. With consumers increasingly concerned about wellness and quality, the makers of an all-natural fizzy soft drink called Bionade are planning a foray into new territories. In flavours including orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb, the self-styled "first and only non-alcoholic refreshment drink produced by a purely organic process" has become Germany's trendiest beverage, even though its makers shun advertising. Picture taken March 7, 2007. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
BEVERAGES-BIONADE/
RTR1N8GD 
March 08, 2007 
Bottles of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' are pictured in a fridge in a bar in Berlin March 7, 2007.... 
Berlin, Germany 
To accompany feature story BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ 
Bottles of the organic soft drink 'Bionade' are pictured in a fridge in a bar in Berlin March 7, 2007. With consumers increasingly concerned about wellness and quality, the makers of an all-natural fizzy soft drink called Bionade are planning a foray into new territories. In flavours including orange ginger, elderberry, lychee and herb, the self-styled "first and only non-alcoholic refreshment drink produced by a purely organic process" has become Germany's trendiest beverage, even though its makers shun advertising. Picture taken March 7, 2007. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY BEVERAGES-BIONADE/ REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
INDIA
RTXNIWZ 
May 31, 2005 
A roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in the northern Indian city of Allahabad May 31, 2005. Lychees... 
Allahabad, India 
A roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in the northern Indian city of Allahabad May 31, 2005. ..... 
A roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in the northern Indian city of Allahabad May 31, 2005. Lychees have become more popular as the temperature is rising to more than 40 degrees Celsius (104F) in many parts of India. 
INDIA
RTRCZHP 
May 31, 2005 
A roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in the northern Indian city of Allahabad May 31, 2005. Lychees... 
Allahabad, India 
Roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in northern Indian city of Allahabad. 
A roadside vendor sells lychees on a hot day in the northern Indian city of Allahabad May 31, 2005. Lychees have become more popular as the temperature is rising to more than 40 degrees Celsius (104F) in many parts of India. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash VM/TZ 
THAILAND
RTRGN78 
January 16, 2003 
Contestants pose during a drinking competition for women at a mall in
Bangkok January 16, 2003. The... 
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of 
THAI WOMEN'S DRINKING CONTESTANTS POSE WITH LIQUOR SHOTS FOR
PHOTOGRAPH. 
Contestants pose during a drinking competition for women at a mall in
Bangkok January 16, 2003. The event, organised to promote the
consumption of locally made rice wine and fruit liqueur, has drawn an
outcry from some politicians and feminists who said the contest was a
"disgrace to the prestige of all Thai women." The government of Prime
Minister Thaksin Shinawatra is promoting the rural production of rice
wine and fruit liqueurs including pineapple, wildberries, corn, lychee,
and mangosteen. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang 
LE PEN
RTXHRX5 
December 28, 1998 
French extreme right wing National Front party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen helps pick fruit in a lychee... 
French extreme right wing National Front party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen helps pick fruit in a lychee..... 
French extreme right wing National Front party leader Jean-Marie Le Pen helps pick fruit in a lychee plantation at Bras Canot on the French island of La Reunion in the Indian Ocean December 28. [Le Pen is on La Reunion over the holliday period as part of a working visit and is a guest of Maurice Brasier, a restarurant owner and owner of the lychee plantation. At left is an unidentified plantation worker.] 
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