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USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDV
August 24, 2020
Brandie Barrow, her children Jy'siah Barrow, 2, and Jourdyn Rogers, 5, and her partner Tyrielle Reddix,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Brandie Barrow, her children Jy'siah Barrow and Jourdyn Rogers, and her partner Tyrielle Reddix, stand...
Brandie Barrow, her children Jy'siah Barrow, 2, and Jourdyn Rogers, 5, and her partner Tyrielle Reddix, stand outside their apartment in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook, her landlord moved them into a different apartment in the same complex after they spent months living with mold. The second apartment had slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDU
August 24, 2020
A pillow covered in mold is seen on the floor of an apartment where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A pillow covered in mold is seen on the floor of an apartment where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers...
A pillow covered in mold is seen on the floor of an apartment where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook and mother of two, said her apartment complex gave her 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. This pillow was from her first apartment in the complex. Her landlord had moved her into another apartment with slightly less but similar issues. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDS
August 24, 2020
Brandie Barrow points to mold in the ceiling of an apartment where she was living in Algiers, in New...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Brandie Barrow points to mold in the ceiling of an apartment where she was living in Algiers, in New...
Brandie Barrow points to mold in the ceiling of an apartment where she was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook and mother of two, her landlord moved her from this apartment into another one in the same complex with slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDQ
August 24, 2020
Mold covers the door where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Mold covers the door where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans
Mold covers the door where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook and mother of two, her landlord moved her from this apartment into another one in the same complex with slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDJ
August 24, 2020
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook and mother of two, her landlord moved her from this apartment into another one in the same complex with slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDI
August 24, 2020
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans
Black mold covers the ceiling where Brandie Barrow was living in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook and mother of two, her landlord moved her from this apartment into another one in the same complex with slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-HOUSING/NEWORLEANS
RTX7RFDK
August 24, 2020
A view of an apartment complex where Brandie Barrow lives in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
A view of an apartment complex where Brandie Barrow lives in Algiers, in New Orleans
A view of an apartment complex where Brandie Barrow lives in Algiers, in New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S., August 21, 2020. According to Borrow, a 25-year-old cook, her landlord moved them into a different apartment in the same complex after they spent months living with mold. The second apartment had slightly less but similar issues. She said she was given 30 days to move out after she complained last week of mold, maggots and mildew she found in her daughters' closet. Picture taken August 21, 2020. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
GREECE-ENVIRONMENT/BEETLE
RTS2J3XO
June 21, 2019
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki,...
Thessaloniki, Greece
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki...
Larvae of the Tomicus Piniperda beetle are seen on a tree log at the forest of Seich Sou in Thessaloniki, Greece, June 21, 2019. REUTERS/Alexandros Avramidis
BRITAIN/
RTR3D4LX
January 29, 2013
Authors (L-R) Hilary Mantel, Francesca Segal, Bryan and Mary Talbot, Sally Gardner and Kathleen Jamie...
London, United Kingdom
Authors hold a copy of their award winning books at the Costa Book Awards in central London
Authors (L-R) Hilary Mantel, Francesca Segal, Bryan and Mary Talbot, Sally Gardner and Kathleen Jamie hold a copy of their award winning books at the Costa Book Awards in central London, January 29, 2013. Mantel won best novel for "Bring up the Bodies", Segal won best first novel for "The Innocents", the Talbots won best biography for "The Dotter of her Father's Eyes, Gardner won best children's book for "Maggot Moon" and Jamie won best poetry for "The Overhaul". REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3D4LQ
January 29, 2013
Authors (L-R) Hilary Mantel, Francesca Segal, Bryan and Mary Talbot, Sally Gardner and Kathleen Jamie...
London, United Kingdom
Authors hold a copy of their award winning books at the Costa Book Awards in central London
Authors (L-R) Hilary Mantel, Francesca Segal, Bryan and Mary Talbot, Sally Gardner and Kathleen Jamie hold a copy of their award winning books at the Costa Book Awards in central London, January 29, 2013. Mantel won best novel for "Bring up the Bodies", Segal won best first novel for "The Innocents", the Talbots won best biography for "The Dotter of her Father's Eyes, Gardner won best children's book for "Maggot Moon" and Jamie won best poetry for "The Overhaul". REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRITAIN/
RTR3D4L7
January 29, 2013
Author Sally Gardner holds a copy of her book "Maggot Moon" at the Costa Book Awards in central London,...
London, United Kingdom
Author Gardner holds a copy of her book "Maggot Moon" at the Costa Book Awards in central London
Author Sally Gardner holds a copy of her book "Maggot Moon" at the Costa Book Awards in central London, January 29, 2013. Gardner won the award for best children's book. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FEZ
August 05, 2009
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto...
Santos, Brazil
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto...
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FEY
August 05, 2009
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal...
Santos, Brazil
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FEX
August 05, 2009
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal...
Santos, Brazil
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FE8
August 05, 2009
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto...
Santos, Brazil
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto...
Trucks with containers filled with rubbish from Britain line up before it the containers are loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FE0
August 05, 2009
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal...
Santos, Brazil
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FDY
August 05, 2009
An IBAMA (Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources) agent inspects a container...
Santos, Brazil
An IBAMA agent inspects a container filled with rubbish from Britain before it is loaded onto a ship...
An IBAMA (Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources) agent inspects a container filled with rubbish from Britain before it is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government had said. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FDM
August 05, 2009
Trucks carrying containers filled with rubbish from Britain are lined up before the containers are loaded...
Santos, Brazil
Trucks carrying containers filled with rubbish from Britain are lined up before the containers are loaded...
Trucks carrying containers filled with rubbish from Britain are lined up before the containers are loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government said on Monday. The trash was destined for Brazilian companies that said they were expecting shipments of recyclable plastic, officials say. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN GARBAGE POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FDA
August 05, 2009
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal...
Santos, Brazil
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
BRAZIL-BRITAIN/TRASH
RTR26FD5
August 05, 2009
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal...
Santos, Brazil
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos
A container filled with rubbish from Britain is loaded onto a ship at the port of Santos in the coastal city of Santos late August 4, 2009. Brazil will send 89 shipping containers of garbage, rotting and maggot-infested, back to Britain and has issued $419,000 in fines to the three Brazilian companies that imported it, the government said on Monday. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL BRITAIN GARBAGE ENVIRONMENT POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTXBX95
February 22, 2009
Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels near Ngalima...
NGALIMA, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Anigbishe sits with gaping head wounds at hospital in Ngalima in northeastern Congo
Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels near Ngalima sits with gaping head wounds at hospital in Ngalima in northeastern Congo February 21, 2009. Anigbishe was fleeing LRA massacres last month and left for dead on the road after he and his brother were attacked by LRA fighters. His brother in law was shot and killed and Anigbishe was found unconscious five days later with maggots eating away at his gaping head wounds. Thousands of Congolese have fled their villages since December as LRA rebels roaming the bush carry out massacres that have killed some 900 civilians during the past two months. Picture taken February 21, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTXBX8W
February 22, 2009
Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels near Ngalima...
NGALIMA, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Anigbishe sits with gaping machete wounds on his scalp in Ngalima in northeastern Congo
Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels near Ngalima sits with gaping head wounds at hospital in Ngalima in northeastern Congo February 21, 2009. Anigbishe was fleeing LRA massacres last month and left for dead on the road after he and his brother were attacked by LRA fighters. His brother in law was shot and killed and Anigbishe was found unconscious five days later with maggots eating away at his gaping head wounds. Thousands of Congolese have fled their villages since December as LRA rebels roaming the bush carry out massacres that have killed some 900 civilians during the past two months. Picture taken February 21, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTXBX8U
February 22, 2009
A nurse dresses the machete wounds on the head of Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan...
NGALIMA, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
A nurse dresses the machete wounds on the head of Jean-Marie Anigbishe in Ngalima in northeastern Congo...
A nurse dresses the machete wounds on the head of Jean-Marie Anigbishe, 45, who was attacked by Ugandan Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) rebels near Ngalima in northeastern Congo February 21, 2009. Anigbishe was fleeing LRA massacres last month and left for dead on the road after he and his brother were attacked by LRA fighters. His brother in law was shot and killed and Anigbishe was found unconscious five days later with maggots eating away at his gaping head wounds. Thousands of Congolese have fled their villages since December as LRA rebels roaming the bush carry out massacres that have killed some 900 civilians during the past two months. Picture taken February 21, 2009. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)
AUSTRALIA-MULESING/
RTR22QH5
December 20, 2008
A sheep rests in a paddock surrounded by barbed wire in the town of Lake Bathurst, about 220 km (136...
LAKE BATHURST, Australia
A sheep rests in a paddock surrounded by barbed wire in the town of Lake Bathurst
A sheep rests in a paddock surrounded by barbed wire in the town of Lake Bathurst, about 220 km (136 miles) south west of Sydney, December 19, 2008. Australia's $2.2 billion wool industry rejected calls on Thursday to immediately stop a "barbaric" practice of cutting away loose skin from sheep to stop maggots, saying there was no workable alternative. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
SINGAPORE
RTX8NVE
September 11, 2008
Visitors stand near a maggot sculpture, part of a sculptural installation entitled "Maggots" by Vietnamese...
Singapore, Singapore
Visitors stand near a maggot sculpture, part of a sculptural installation entitled "Maggots", at an exhibition...
Visitors stand near a maggot sculpture, part of a sculptural installation entitled "Maggots" by Vietnamese artist Pham Ngoc Duong, at an exhibition at the old City Hall building during the Singapore Biennale September 11, 2008. REUTERS/Tim Chong (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE/
RTR1V80W
October 23, 2007
A researcher displays a box containing maggots of the lucilia cuprina species of fly at the Maggot Research...
Singapore, Singapore
Researcher displays a box containing maggots of the lucilia cuprina species of flyat Maggot Research...
A researcher displays a box containing maggots of the lucilia cuprina species of fly at the Maggot Research Laboratory at Nanyang Technologcal University in Singapore October 23, 2007. The laboratory has been set up to further research into maggots, especially their possible medical applications, such as in bio-dressings and anti-microbial products. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE/
RTR1V80P
October 23, 2007
A researcher displays an agar and sheeps' blood sample on which maggots are feeding at the Maggot Research...
Singapore, Singapore
Researcher displays an agar and sheeps' blood sample on which maggots are feeding at Maggot Research...
A researcher displays an agar and sheeps' blood sample on which maggots are feeding at the Maggot Research Laboratory at Nanyang Technologcal University in Singapore October 23, 2007. The laboratory has been set up to further research into maggots, especially their possible medical applications, such as in bio-dressings and anti-microbial products. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE/
RTR1V80N
October 23, 2007
A researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at the Maggot Research Laboratory...
Singapore, Singapore
Researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at Maggot Research Laboratory...
A researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at the Maggot Research Laboratory at Nanyang Technologcal University in Singapore October 23, 2007. The laboratory has been set up to further research into maggots, especially their possible medical applications, such as in bio-dressings and anti-microbial products. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
SINGAPORE/
RTR1V804
October 23, 2007
A researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at the Maggot Research Laboratory...
Singapore, Singapore
A researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at Maggot Research Laboratory...
A researcher holds a box containing flies of the lucilia cuprina species at the Maggot Research Laboratory at Nanyang Technologcal University in Singapore October 23, 2007. The laboratory has been set up to further research into maggots, especially their possible medical applications, such as in bio-dressings and anti-microbial products. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1RMX4
July 09, 2007
Activists from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Lana Went (L) and Kristi-Anna Brydon,...
Sydney, Australia
Activists from PETA stand covered only with a sign thanking New Zealand farmers for ending the practice...
Activists from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), Lana Went (L) and Kristi-Anna Brydon, stand covered only with a sign thanking New Zealand farmers for ending the practice of "mulesing" outside the New Zealand Consulate-General in Sydney July 9, 2007. Mulesing is a procedure used by farmers in which shears are used to cut chunks of skin and flesh from sheeps' backsides to reduce maggot infestation from blowfly strike. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1RMX2
July 09, 2007
A pedestrian looks at Lana Went (R), an activists from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA)...
Sydney, Australia
A pedestrian looks at an activists from PETA covered only with a sign in Sydney
A pedestrian looks at Lana Went (R), an activists from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) covered only with a sign thanking New Zealand farmers for ending the practice of "mulesing", outside the New Zealand Consulate-General in Sydney July 9, 2007. Mulesing is a procedure used by farmers in which shears are used to cut chunks of skin and flesh from sheeps' backsides to reduce maggot infestation from blowfly strike. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR1RMWY
July 09, 2007
Former New South Wales leader Bob Carr (R) looks at Lana Went (L), an activists from People for Ethical...
Sydney, Australia
Former New South Wales leader Carr looks at an activists from PETA covered only with a sign in Sydney...
Former New South Wales leader Bob Carr (R) looks at Lana Went (L), an activists from People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) covered only with a sign thanking New Zealand farmers for ending the practice of "mulesing", outside the New Zealand Consulate-General in Sydney July 9, 2007. Mulesing is a procedure used by farmers in which shears are used to cut chunks of skin and flesh from sheeps' backsides to reduce maggot infestation from blowfly strike. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
MACEDONIA
RTR1HUUC
September 29, 2006
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski...
Skopje, Macedonia
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
MACEDONIA
RTR1HUUA
September 29, 2006
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski...
Skopje, Macedonia
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
MACEDONIA
RTR1HUU5
September 29, 2006
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski...
Skopje, Macedonia
A trader sells maggots and worms at fish market in Skopje
A trader sells maggots and worms at a fish market in Skopje September 29, 2006. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA)
BRAZIL
RTXNNST
July 18, 2005
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate outside a Benetton clothin.....
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian [farmers] use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist.
BRAZIL
RTRHXLN
July 18, 2005
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of PETA demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo.
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/NL
BRAZIL
RTRHXD5
July 18, 2005
A member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wears a sheep mask while demonstrating...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A member of PETA wears a sheep mask while demonstrating outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo....
A member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wears a sheep mask while demonstrating outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/NL
BRAZIL
RTRHXCL
July 18, 2005
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) hold banners during a demonstration outside...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of PETA hold banners during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo.
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) hold banners during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/NL
BRAZIL
RTRHXBX
July 18, 2005
Members of PETA hold a sheep mask and a banner during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing store...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of PETA hold a sheep mask and a banner during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing ......
Members of PETA hold a sheep mask and a banner during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo. Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) hold a sheep mask and a banner during a demonstration outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
BRAZIL
RTRHXBH
July 18, 2005
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate with their bodies painted outside...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Members of PETA demonstrate outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo.
Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) demonstrate with their bodies painted outside a Benetton clothing store in Sao Paulo July 18, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PW/NL
THAILAND
RTRFU7N
June 29, 2005
A Thai nurse removes a bag of maggots from a patient's wound at a hospital in Bangkok June 29, 2005....
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai nurse removes bag of maggots from patient's wound, Bangkok.
A Thai nurse removes a bag of maggots from a patient's wound at a hospital in Bangkok June 29, 2005. Maggot therapy has been used to treat patients suffering from infections, ulcers and burns since April last year. Each bag costs about 3,000 baht ($72.50) per bag and contains some 200 larvae. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
THAILAND
RTRFU7G
June 29, 2005
A Thai nurse prepares to put a bag of maggots into a patient's wound at a hospital in Bangkok June 29,...
Bangkok, Thailand
A Thai nurse prepares to put bag of maggots into patient's wound, Bangkok.
A Thai nurse prepares to put a bag of maggots into a patient's wound at a hospital in Bangkok June 29, 2005. Maggot therapy has been used to treat patients suffering from infections, ulcers and burns since April last year. Each bag costs about 3,000 baht ($72.50) per bag and contains some 200 larvae. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang
GREECE PETA BENETTON
RTRDQTU
June 08, 2005
A member of PETA wears a sheep costume as he lies outside a Benetton store during a protest against the...
Athens, Greece
A member of PETA wears a sheep costume as he lies outside a Benetton store during a protest against ......
A member of PETA wears a sheep costume as he lies outside a Benetton store during a protest against the clothing firm in Athens. A member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wears a sheep costume as he lies outside a Benetton store during a protest against the clothing firm in Athens June 8, 2005. PETA accused Benetton over its use of obtained Australian wool by the mulesing procedure, which according to PETA, is a painful mutilation in which Australian farmers use gardening shears to cut skin and flesh from lambs' backsides in an attempt to reduce maggot infestation, even though humane control methods exist. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis
HEALTH MAGGOTS
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January 11, 2005
A handout photograph, taken January 11, 2005, shows patient Victor Beeston having his leg ulcer treated...
London, United Kingdom
To match feature Health Maggots.
A handout photograph, taken January 11, 2005, shows patient Victor Beeston having his leg ulcer treated with maggots by Selby and York Primary Care Trust research nurse Anne Potter at the NHS Walk-In Centre in York, northern England. It may sound gruesome, but it turns out maggots are remarkably efficient at cleaning up infected wounds by eating dead tissue and killing off bacteria that could block the healing process. REUTERS/Selby and York Primary Care Trust/HO - TO MATCH FEATURE HEALTH MAGGOTS- ASA/ACM
HONGKONG SCAVENGER
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May 09, 2003
A cleaner works at a house in Hong Kong May 9, 2003. In the throes of a
cleanup campaign against SARS,...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
A CLEANER WORKS AT A HOUSE IN HONG KONG.
A cleaner works at a house in Hong Kong May 9, 2003. In the throes of a
cleanup campaign against SARS, Hong Kong is trucking 30 tonnes of junk
from the home of a woman who hoarded castoffs, ranging from stray cats
to broken refrigerators, for more than a decade. If spread out, the
rubbish would cover up to three football courts, among the corpses of
cats and rats - and the maggots infesting them - a team of 20 cleaners
also turned up a rusty air-conditioner during a week of sifting.
REUTERS/Kin Cheung

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HONGKONG SCAVENGER
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May 09, 2003
A cleaner carries away two kittens at a house in Hong Kong May 9, 2003.
In the throes of a cleanup campaign...
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
CLEANER CARRIES AWAY TWO KITTENS AT A HOUSE IN HONG KONG.
A cleaner carries away two kittens at a house in Hong Kong May 9, 2003.
In the throes of a cleanup campaign against SARS, Hong Kong is trucking
30 tonnes of junk from the home of a woman who hoarded castoffs,
ranging from stray cats to broken refrigerators, for more than a
decade. If spread out, the rubbish would cover up to three football
courts, among the corpses of cats and rats - and the maggots infesting
them - a team of 20 cleaners also turned up a rusty air-conditioner
during a week of sifting. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

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AFGHANISTAN
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April 01, 2002
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while...
Kabul, Afghanistan
BRITISH SOLDIER PATROLS STREET IN KABUL.
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while driving in a truck along a Kabul street
April 1, 2002. British soldiers patrolled the area of the Afghan
capital on Monday which has a bad reputation for robbery.
REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov REUTERS

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AFGHANISTAN
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April 01, 2002
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while...
Kabul, Afghanistan
BRITISH SOLDIER PATROLS STREET OF KABUL.
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while driving in a truck along a Kabul street
April 1, 2002. British soldiers patrolled the area of the Afghan
capital on Monday which has a bad reputation for robbery.
REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

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AFGHANISTAN
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April 01, 2002
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while...
Kabul, Afghanistan
BRITISH SOLDIER PATROLS KABUL STREET.
Sergeant Garry "Maggot" McGregor from the 1st battalion Royal England
Regiment checks his radio while driving in a truck along a Kabul street
April 1, 2002. British soldiers patrolled the area of the Afghan
capital on Monday which has a bad reputation for robbery.
REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov REUTERS

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September 17, 1998
Cuban dissident Jose Orlando Gonzalez (C) shows where rubbish and a pro-Castro sign appeared overnight...
Cuba
WORKERS GROUP LEADER SHOWS GRAFFITI AT HIS HOUSE.
Cuban dissident Jose Orlando Gonzalez (C) shows where rubbish and a pro-Castro sign appeared overnight at the door of his home in a southern neighborhood of Havana, September 17. The sign reads, "Fidel, We Are With You. Down With The Maggots," a message of support for Cuban President Fidel Castro and of insult to "maggots", a term used in Cuba for those deemed anti-government "traitors" and "counter-revolutionaries". Gonzalez, president of the Confederation of Democratic Workers, stands with his mother-in-law Maria de los Angeles Suares (L), and his daughter Maria Gonzalez.

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