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BRAZIL-MADCOW/ C
RTR3OW5V
May 13, 2014
BRAZIL-MADCOW/ - Charts Brazilian beef exports since 2008 and top Brazilian beef importers in 2013. Brazil...
BRAZIL-MADCOW/ C
BRAZIL-MADCOW/ - Charts Brazilian beef exports since 2008 and top Brazilian beef importers in 2013. Brazil confirmed a case of atypical mad cow disease on Sunday. (SIN06)
KOREA/
RTR31I47
May 02, 2012
A couple kiss each other as they attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S....
Seoul, South Korea
A couple kiss each other as they attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S....
A couple kiss each other as they attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S. beef, in Seoul May 2, 2012. The police said hundreds of people, while civic groups said more than 1,000 people attended the rally, which was held also in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of a months-long protest against import of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad-cow disease in the United States. A South Korean delegation will conduct a week-long review this week of U.S. mad-cow safeguards in the wake of a new case of the brain-wasting disease in the U.S. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY FOOD ANNIVERSARY)
KOREA/
RTR31I41
May 02, 2012
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S. beef, in Seoul May...
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S. beef, in Seoul
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on the import of U.S. beef, in Seoul May 2, 2012. The police said hundreds of people attended, while civic groups said more than 1,000 people attended the rally, which was held also in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of a months-long protest against the import of U.S. beef after the outbreak of mad-cow disease in the United States. A South Korean delegation will conduct a week-long review this week of U.S. mad-cow safeguards in the wake of a new case of the brain-wasting disease in the U.S. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST POLITICS FOOD ANNIVERSARY)
KOREA/
RTR31I1J
May 02, 2012
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on import of U.S. beef in Seoul May 2, 2012....
Seoul, South Korea
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on import of U.S. beef in Seoul
South Koreans attend a candle-lit rally demanding a full ban on import of U.S. beef in Seoul May 2, 2012. The police said hundreds of people attended, while civic groups said more than 1000 people attended the rally, which was held also in commemoration of the fourth anniversary of months-long protest against import of U.S. beef after outbreak of mad-cow disease in the United States. A South Korean delegation will conduct a week-long review this week of U.S. mad-cow safeguards in the wake of a new U.S. case of the brain-wasting disease. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316S0
April 25, 2012
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD)
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316RY
April 25, 2012
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul
An employee cooks local beef at a restaurant in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD)
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316QP
April 25, 2012
A man picks up Australian beef as local and Australian beef (bottom L) are displayed on a stand at Lotte...
Seoul, South Korea
A man picks up Australian beef as local and Australian beef are displayed on a stand at Lotte Mart in...
A man picks up Australian beef as local and Australian beef (bottom L) are displayed on a stand at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD)
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316QM
April 25, 2012
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local (L) and Australian beef (R) are displayed on a stand...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local and Australian beef are displayed on a stand at Lotte...
A woman picks up a box of Australian beef as local (L) and Australian beef (R) are displayed on a stand at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. The Korean characters (front R) reads, "Please understand that we suspend sales of U.S. beef from April 25". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD)
US-KOREA/BEEF
RTR316QK
April 25, 2012
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul
A woman picks up local beef at Lotte Mart in Seoul April 25, 2012. Two major South Korean retailers halted sales of U.S. beef after an outbreak of mad cow disease as the country's agriculture ministry looked set to move towards banning quarantine inspections, a move that would effectively end imports. Lotte Mart, a unit of Lotte Shopping Co., said it had suspended sales due to what it said was "customer concerns", as did Home Plus, a unit of Britain's Tesco PLC. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: BUSINESS HEALTH FOOD)
TAIWAN/
RTR2Z0R6
March 08, 2012
Activists and livestock farmers shout slogans as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow...
Taipei, Taiwan
Activists and livestock farmers shout slogans as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow...
Activists and livestock farmers shout slogans as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow beef imports from the United States in front of the Council of Agriculture in Taipei March 8, 2012. Taiwan government plans to lift a ban on most U.S. beef containing ractopamine, a drug that is used as a feed additive to promote leanness in pigs and cattle, according to local media. The protesters are against lifting the ractopamine ban for any kind of meat. The Chinese characters on shirts read, "no mad cow disease." "No ractopamine." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: FOOD POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS AGRICULTURE)
TAIWAN/
RTR2Z0R3
March 08, 2012
Livestock farmers throw eggs as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow beef imports from...
Taipei, Taiwan
Livestock farmers throw eggs as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow beef imports from...
Livestock farmers throw eggs as they protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow beef imports from the United States in front of the Council of Agriculture in Taipei March 8, 2012. Taiwan government plans to lift a ban on most U.S. beef containing ractopamine, a drug that is used as a feed additive to promote leanness in pigs and cattle, according to local media. The protesters are against lifting the ractopamine ban for any kind of meat. The placards read, "no mad cow disease." "No ractopamine." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: FOOD POLITICS CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2Z0QQ
March 08, 2012
Thousands of livestock farmers march the street to protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow...
Taipei, Taiwan
Thousands of livestock farmers march the street to protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow...
Thousands of livestock farmers march the street to protest against Taiwan government's plan to allow beef imports from the United States in Taipei March 8, 2012. Taiwan government plans to lift a ban on most U.S. beef containing ractopamine, a drug that is used as a feed additive to promote leanness in pigs and cattle, according to local media. The protesters are against lifting the ractopamine ban for any kind of meat. The placards read, "no mad cow disease." "No ractopamine." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: FOOD POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN-US/
RTR28JK4
January 05, 2010
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou gestures when talking about the amendment of the safety law to ban U.S....
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou gestures when talking about the amendment of the safety law to ban U.S....
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou gestures when talking about the amendment of the safety law to ban U.S. beef imports during a news conference in Taipei January 5, 2010. Taiwan's parliament amended a food safety law on Tuesday to ban certain U.S. beef imports over widespread fears of mad cow disease, testing trade ties with Washington, just over two months after opening the market. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN-US/
RTR28JK3
January 05, 2010
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou (C) and government officials attend a news conference to talk about the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou and government officials attend a news conference to talk about the amendment...
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou (C) and government officials attend a news conference to talk about the amendment of the safety law to ban U.S. beef imports in Taipei January 5, 2010. Taiwan's parliament amended a food safety law on Tuesday to ban certain U.S. beef imports over widespread fears of mad cow disease, testing trade ties with Washington, just over two months after opening the market. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN-USA/
RTR28JF0
January 05, 2010
Activists shout slogans in front of the Legislative Yuan to protest against the government's policy allowing...
Taipei, Taiwan
Activists shout slogans in front of the Legislative Yuan
Activists shout slogans in front of the Legislative Yuan to protest against the government's policy allowing the import of U.S. bone-in beef in Taipei January 5, 2010. Taiwan's parliament amended a food safety law on Tuesday to ban certain U.S. beef imports over widespread fears of mad cow disease, testing trade ties with Washington, just two months after opening the market. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN-USA/
RTR28JEZ
January 05, 2010
Activists shout slogans while a man gets a tattoo on his back in front of the Legislative Yuan to protest...
Taipei, Taiwan
Activists shout slogans while a man gets a tattoo on his back in front of the Legislative Yuan in Taipei...
Activists shout slogans while a man gets a tattoo on his back in front of the Legislative Yuan to protest against the government's policy of allowing the import of U.S. bone-in beef in Taipei January 5, 2010. Taiwan's parliament amended a food safety law on Tuesday to ban certain U.S. beef imports over widespread fears of mad cow disease, testing trade ties with Washington, just two months after opening the market. The Chinese characters on the banner read, "Referendum." The tattoo on the man's back calls on citizens to come out in opposition to the policy. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPN3
November 14, 2009
A man shouts slogans during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government,...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man shouts slogans during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government,...
A man shouts slogans during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, outside the Presidential Office in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. The words in the background read "Poison". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPN1
November 14, 2009
A boy wears a horn shaped hat during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government,...
Taipei, Taiwan
A boy wears a horn shaped hat during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government,...
A boy wears a horn shaped hat during a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, outside the Presidential Office in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. The words on the hat read "Anti-U.S. beef". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPN0
November 14, 2009
People carry a turd-shaped balloon during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by...
Taipei, Taiwan
People carry a turd-shaped balloon during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by...
People carry a turd-shaped balloon during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPMY
November 14, 2009
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei November...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, in Taipei
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. The words on the headband read "Anti-poison beef, anti-deception". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPMW
November 14, 2009
People carry placards during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan...
Taipei, Taiwan
People carry placards during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan...
People carry placards during a march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPMV
November 14, 2009
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, outside the...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, outside the...
A man attends a protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government, outside the Presidential Office in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. The words on the mask read "Poison beef". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
RTXQPMS
November 14, 2009
People march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei November...
Taipei, Taiwan
People march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei
People march to protest against the lifting of a U.S. beef ban by the Taiwan government in Taipei November 14, 2009. A few thousand protesters marched on Saturday towards the Presidential Office against the decision to reopen markets to U.S. bone-in beef, most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS HEALTH CONFLICT BUSINESS)
TAIWAN-US/BEEF
RTXPXF0
October 23, 2009
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei October 23, 2009. Taiwan will reopen its...
Taipei, Taiwan
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei October 23, 2009. Taiwan will reopen its markets to U.S. bone-in beef most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease, and ushering improving ties with Washington, officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN HEALTH FOOD)
TAIWAN-US/BEEF
RTXPXEY
October 23, 2009
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei October 23, 2009. Taiwan will reopen its...
Taipei, Taiwan
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei
An employee arranges beef products in a supermarket in Taipei October 23, 2009. Taiwan will reopen its markets to U.S. bone-in beef most likely in November, ending a six-year import ban that was in place over fears of mad cow disease, and ushering improving ties with Washington, officials said on Friday. The Chinese characters read, "U.S. Beef." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN HEALTH FOOD)
KOREA/
RTXB0BS
November 27, 2008
An employee arranges U.S. beef displayed for sale at a major outlet in Seoul November 27, 2008. Major...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee arranges U.S. beef displayed for sale at a major outlet in Seoul
An employee arranges U.S. beef displayed for sale at a major outlet in Seoul November 27, 2008. Major South Korean retailers said on Tuesday they would resume sales of U.S. beef suspended five years ago due to fears about mad cow disease
MARKETS-KOREA-HOT/
RTXB0BP
November 27, 2008
Activists chant slogans at a protest against a major outlet which sells U.S. beef in Seoul November 27,...
Seoul, South Korea
Activists chant slogans at a protest against a major outlet which sells U.S. beef in Seoul
Activists chant slogans at a protest against a major outlet which sells U.S. beef in Seoul November 27, 2008. Major South Korean retailers said on Tuesday they would resume sales of U.S. beef suspended five years ago due to fears about mad cow disease. Placard reads,"News conference to denounce major outlets selling U.S. beef (infected with) mad cow disease". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/
RTR20MRF
August 05, 2008
Student protesters hold signs criticising U.S. President George W. Bush and South Korean President Lee...
Seoul, South Korea
Student protesters hold signs criticising US President Bush and South Korean President Lee during a rally...
Student protesters hold signs criticising U.S. President George W. Bush and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak during a rally in Seoul August 5, 2008. South Korean activists planned a large candlelight rally to protest Bush's visit on Tuesday and demand the two countries scrap a widely criticised beef import deal. The signs read: "We oppose the South Korea-U.S. alliance which forces mad cow disease (infected U.S. beef)!" (L and R), and "Let's stop humiliating South Korea-U.S. alliance with power of candlelight (rally)!" (C). REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KI0
August 02, 2008
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit South Korea and the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KHY
August 02, 2008
Demonstrators march at a rally in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Demonstrators march at a rally in Seoul
Demonstrators march at a rally in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit South Korea and the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KHV
August 02, 2008
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul
Policemen detain a man during a demonstration in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit South Korea and the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KHT
August 02, 2008
Demonstrators chant slogans at a rally in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in...
Seoul, South Korea
Demonstrators chant slogans at a rally in Seoul
Demonstrators chant slogans at a rally in Seoul August 2, 2008. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit South Korea and the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KGY
August 02, 2008
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul August 2, 2008. Huh told his identity to the policemen as he was detained. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit to South Korea and renegotiation of U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KGU
August 02, 2008
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul August 2, 2008. Huh told his identity to the policemen as he was detained. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit to South Korea and renegotiation of U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR20KGP
August 02, 2008
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul
Policemen detain local Hankyoreh Newspaper reporter Huh Jae-hyeon as they suppress demonstrators in Seoul August 2, 2008. Huh told his identity to the policemen as he was detained. About 1,000 protesters demonstrated in Seoul on Saturday as they demanded resignation of President Lee Myung-bak, U.S. President George W. Bush not to visit to South Korea and renegotiation of U.S. beef import deal. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for three months starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87HJ
July 29, 2008
An employee (L) at a local cattle market leads a homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong,...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
An employee at a local cattle market leads a homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong
An employee (L) at a local cattle market leads a homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87HI
July 29, 2008
A stock farmer (2nd R) trades his homebred beef cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
A stock farmer trades his homebred beef cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong
A stock farmer (2nd R) trades his homebred beef cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87HH
July 29, 2008
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87HG
July 29, 2008
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87HF
July 29, 2008
Employees at a local cattle market lead homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong, about...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Employees at a local cattle market lead homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong
Employees at a local cattle market lead homebred beef cattle to trade at a market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87H4
July 29, 2008
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87DV
July 29, 2008
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong
Homebred beef cattle are seen at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87DT
July 29, 2008
A stock farmer looks at cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
A stock farmer looks at cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong
A stock farmer looks at cattle at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX87DR
July 29, 2008
A stock farmer walks at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July...
HONGSEONG, South Korea
A stock farmer walks at a local cattle market in Hongseong
A stock farmer walks at a local cattle market in Hongseong, about 170 km (106 miles) south of Seoul July 29, 2008. U.S. beef with bones arrived in South Korea on Tuesday, which marked the first import in nearly five years of the American product under a new import regulation. Tens of thousands of Koreans took to the streets for weeks starting in May, demanding U.S. beef stay out of the country because they fear it still poses a mad cow disease risk. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTX7NRC
July 05, 2008
Police buses block protesters' march to the presidential Blue House and the U.S. embassy, during a rally...
Seoul, South Korea
Police buses block protesters' march to the presidential Blue House and the U.S. embassy in Seoul
Police buses block protesters' march to the presidential Blue House and the U.S. embassy, during a rally to demand the full-scale renegotiation of a U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul July 5, 2008. Polls show that most South Koreans oppose a U.S. beef import deal Lee struck in April to open the market to U.S. beef but about two-thirds of respondents say it is also time to halt the rallies that have grown more violent in recent weeks. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MUK
July 04, 2008
Buddhists and anti-U.S. beef protesters light candles during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhists and anti-U.S. beef protesters light candles during a Buddhist memorial service in central Seoul...
Buddhists and anti-U.S. beef protesters light candles during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MQ5
July 04, 2008
A man holds a candle during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the...
Seoul, South Korea
A man holds a candle during a Buddhist memorial service in central Seou
A man holds a candle during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MQ4
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and a Catholic priest carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service in central...
Buddhist monks carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MQ2
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and a Catholic priest (C) carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service to demand...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and a Catholic priest carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service in central...
Buddhist monks and a Catholic priest (C) carry lotus lanterns during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MPM
July 04, 2008
Buddhists and anti-U.S. beef protesters take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhists and anti-U.S beef protesters take part in memorial service in central Seoul
Buddhists and anti-U.S. beef protesters take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MOK
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and nuns lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MOI
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and nuns lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MOG
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MOE
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and nuns lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Buddhist monks and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MM7
July 04, 2008
Buddhists and anti-U.S beef protesters wave candles during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhists and anti-U.S beef protesters wave candles during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the...
Buddhists and anti-U.S beef protesters wave candles during a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MM5
July 04, 2008
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Buddhist monks and nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MI2
July 04, 2008
Monks take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, South Korea
Monks take part in a Buddhist memorial service in central Seoul
Monks take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MHW
July 04, 2008
Nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, South Korea
Nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service in central Seou
Nuns take part in a Buddhist memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MHQ
July 04, 2008
Buddhist nuns pray at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Seoul, South Korea
Buddhist nuns pray at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service in central Seoul
Buddhist nuns pray at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX7MHO
July 04, 2008
A Buddhist nun looks on at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation...
Seoul, South Korea
A Buddhist nun looks on at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service in central Seoul
A Buddhist nun looks on at Jogyesa Temple before a memorial service to demand the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 4, 2008. South Korea has seen street protests on nearly a nightly basis since early May. What began as candle-lit rallies voicing concerns about mad cow disease infection from U.S. beef soon became a lightning rod for criticism of Lee. REUTERS/Victor Fraile (SOUTH KOREA)
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