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AFRICA-OBAMA/KENYA
RTX1LQX0
July 25, 2015
Gabriel Okello, a 56-year-old miller, poses for a photograph next to his milling-machine in the trading...
Nairobi, Kenya
Wider Image: Kogelo Villagers' View On Obama
Gabriel Okello, a 56-year-old miller, poses for a photograph next to his milling-machine in the trading centre of Kogelo, west of Kenya's capital Nairobi, July 15, 2015. Okello urged U.S. President Barack Obama to initiate efforts to build export-processing factories in Kogelo as the village has enough manpower to produce quality products. "We have a lot of idle youth and he has promoted insecurity within the village," he added. As U.S. President Barack Obama visits Kenya, a personal connection to his father's birthplace of Kogelo dominates a trip that Kenyans view as a native son returning home. Residents from a herdsman to a housewife share their views on what Obama has achieved and what they would like to see next. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

PICTURE 10 OF 13 FOR WIDER IMAGE STORY "KOGELO VILLAGERS’ VIEW ON OBAMA"
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NICARAGUA-PROTESTS/
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December 10, 2014
Former sugarcane cutters who say they are suffering from chronic kidney disease hold up a mock coffin...
Managua, Nicaragua
Former sugarcane cutters who say they are suffering from chronic kidney disease hold up a mock coffin...
Former sugarcane cutters who say they are suffering from chronic kidney disease hold up a mock coffin during a protest outside the National Assembly Building in Managua December 9, 2014. A dozen former employees of sugar cane fields urged legislators to pass a law forcing sugar mills to pay compensation for the damage to the workers? health as a result of what the protesters believe is the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control on the plantations. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST AGRICULTURE)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2WQGF
January 23, 2012
Melania Hernandez, the widow of Luis Gevara, crosses the Zopilotera river after coming from work at a...
La Isla, Nicaragua
Melania Hernandez, the widow of Luis Gevara, crosses the Zopilotera river after coming from work at a...
Melania Hernandez, the widow of Luis Gevara, crosses the Zopilotera river after coming from work at a sugar cane plantation in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa January 5, 2012. Guevara, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. Picture taken January 5, 2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2WQGB
January 23, 2012
Felicita Maldonado, the widow of Douglas Cerna, cries in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa...
La Isla, Nicaragua
Felicita Maldonado, the widow of Douglas Cerna, cries in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa...
Felicita Maldonado, the widow of Douglas Cerna, cries in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa January 6, 2012. Cerna, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. Picture taken January 6, 2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2WQGA
January 23, 2012
The daughter of Alejandro Amador holds his picture in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa...
La Isla, Nicaragua
The daughter of Alejandro Amador holds his picture in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa...
The daughter of Alejandro Amador holds his picture in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa December 21, 2011. Amador, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. Picture taken December 21, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
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January 23, 2012
Cristina Ordonez, the widow of Alejandro Amador, washes clothes in the Chipaska river in the village...
La Isla, Nicaragua
Cristina Ordonez, the widow of Alejandro Amador, washes clothes in the Chipaska river in the village...
Cristina Ordonez, the widow of Alejandro Amador, washes clothes in the Chipaska river in the village La Isla (The Island) in Chichigalpa January 5, 2012. Amador, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. Picture taken January 5, 2012. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLMG
December 23, 2011
Petrona Leyton Chevez, the widow of Jose Baquedano, draws water from a well at the community called "La...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Chevez draws water from a well at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa
Petrona Leyton Chevez, the widow of Jose Baquedano, draws water from a well at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Baquedano, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
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December 23, 2011
Elena Ordonez, the widow of Antonio Chevez, washes clothes in the Chipaska river at the community called...
Managua, Nicaragua
Ordonez washes clothes in the Chipaska river at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa
Elena Ordonez, the widow of Antonio Chevez, washes clothes in the Chipaska river at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Chevez, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLME
December 23, 2011
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, stands with her daughter outside their house in the community...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Chevez stands with her daughter outside their house in the community called "La Isla"in Chichigalpa
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, stands with her daughter outside their house in the community called "La Isla"in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Pozo, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLMD
December 23, 2011
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, cuts a papaya as her children watch in the community called...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Chevez cuts a papaya as her children watch in the community called "La Isla"in Chichigalpa
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, cuts a papaya as her children watch in the community called "La Isla"in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Pozo, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLM9
December 23, 2011
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, speaks with her daughter as they stand at the door at the community...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Chevez speaks with her daughter as they stand at the door at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa...
Paula Chevez, the widow of Virgilio Pozo, speaks with her daughter as they stand at the door at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Pozo, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLM8
December 23, 2011
Cristina Ordonez holds a picture of her husband, Alejandro Amador, at the community called "La Isla"...
Chichiglpa, Nicaragua
Ordonez holds a picture of her husband at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa
Cristina Ordonez holds a picture of her husband, Alejandro Amador, at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Amador, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died nine years ago of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLM5
December 23, 2011
The granddaughter of Alejandro Amador holds his picture at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Granddaughter of Amador holds his picture at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa
The granddaughter of Alejandro Amador holds his picture at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Amador, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died nine years ago of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugarcane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2VLLS
December 23, 2011
Elena Ordonez holds a picture of her husband, Antonio Chevez, at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa...
CHICHIGALPA, Nicaragua
Ordonez holds a picture of her husband at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa
Elena Ordonez holds a picture of her husband, Antonio Chevez, at the community called "La Isla" in Chichigalpa December 22, 2011. Chevez, who worked as a sugarcane cutter in a sugar mill, died of chronic renal failure. This kidney disease is becoming a major cause of death among the men who work in sugarcane fields. Around one hundred women have lost their husbands due to this disease in the community called "The Island", also known as the "Widows Island", located 160 km (99 miles) west of Managua. The community believes that the working conditions at the sugar cane fields may be responsible for this disease, due to the constant contact with pesticides and herbicides used for pest and weed control. Picture taken December 22, 2011. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTR2G0N0
July 02, 2010
Employee stands near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Gorleben, Germany
Employee stands near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Employee stands near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent nuclear waste storage facility, at the salt dome near the northern German village of Gorleben July 2, 2010. The mine is some 840 metre deep and 6,5 kilometre long. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH)
GERMANY/
RTR2G0MW
July 02, 2010
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Gorleben, Germany
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent nuclear waste storage facility, at the salt dome near the northern German village of Gorleben July 2, 2010. The mine is some 840 metre deep and 6,5 kilometre long. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH)
GERMANY/
RTR2G0M1
July 02, 2010
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Gorleben, Germany
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
A worker steers a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent nuclear waste storage facility, at the salt dome near the northern German village of Gorleben July 2, 2010. The mine is some 840 metre deep and 6,5 kilometre long. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH)
GERMANY/
RTR2G0L6
July 02, 2010
Employees stand near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Gorleben, Germany
Employees stand near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent...
Employees stand near a milling cutter in a pilot mine which is being tested for potential use as a permanent nuclear waste storage facility, at the salt dome near the northern German village of Gorleben July 2, 2010. The mine is some 840 metre deep and 6,5 kilometre long. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RICE-INDONESIA/
RTR1Z62C
April 06, 2008
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest...
Gresik, Indonesia
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest rice consumer, has ample stocks for the next few months but will not export the grain as it needs to meet domestic demand, agriculture officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
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