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TECH-CES/
RTX211IZ
January 05, 2016
An attendee tries the ReliefBand wearable electronic device, described as used to treat nausea and vomiting...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
An attendee tries the ReliefBand wearable electronic device, described as used to treat nausea and vomiting...
An attendee tries the ReliefBand wearable electronic device, described as used to treat nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness and pregnancy, during the opening event at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January 4, 2016. REUTERS/Rick Wilking
USA-MARIJUANA/WASHINGTON
RTR3B7JL
December 04, 2012
Confectioner Jesse Scheeler of TH Candy displays some of his medical marijuana edibles (medibles) such...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Scheeler displays some of his medibles at his commercial grade kitchen in Bonney Lake
Confectioner Jesse Scheeler of TH Candy displays some of his medical marijuana edibles (medibles) such as candies, chocolates, teas, tinctures and baked goods in his commercial grade kitchen in rural Bonney Lake, Washington, December 3, 2012. Medical cannabis in various forms is often prescribed for a variety of medical conditions including cancer, chronic pain, nausea, anorexia, migraines and glaucoma. Washington State's Initiative 502, that was approved by voters in the November 6, 2012 general election, legalizes marijuana in Washington State effective December 6, 2012. Marijuana remains illegal at the Federal level. Picture taken December 3, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS POLITICS HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
USA-MARIJUANA/WASHINGTON
RTR3B7JC
December 04, 2012
Dax Colwell of DamaOil displays some of his company's products made from concentrated medicinal cannabis...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Dax Colwell displays his company's products made from concentrated medicinal cannabis oil extracted from...
Dax Colwell of DamaOil displays some of his company's products made from concentrated medicinal cannabis oil extracted from marijuana at Canna Pi medical dispensary in Seattle, Washington, November 27, 2012. Medical cannabis in various forms is often prescribed for a variety of medical conditions including cancer, chronic pain, nausea, anorexia, migraines and glaucoma. Washington State's Initiative 502, that was approved by voters in the November 6, 2012 general election, legalizes marijuana in Washington State effective December 6, 2012. Marijuana remains illegal at the Federal level. Picture taken November 27, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS POLITICS HEALTH BUSINESS)
USA-MARIJUANA/WASHINGTON
RTR3B7JB
December 04, 2012
Dax Colwell of DamaOil holds a container of his company's concentrated medicinal cannabis oil extracted...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Colwell holds a container of his company's concentrated medicinal cannabis oil extracted from marijuana...
Dax Colwell of DamaOil holds a container of his company's concentrated medicinal cannabis oil extracted from marijuana at Canna Pi medical dispensary in Seattle, Washington, November 27, 2012. Medical cannabis in various forms is often prescribed for a variety of medical conditions including cancer, chronic pain, nausea, anorexia, migraines and glaucoma. Washington State's Initiative 502, that was approved by voters in the November 6, 2012 general election, legalizes marijuana in Washington State effective December 6, 2012. Marijuana remains illegal at the Federal level. Picture taken November 27, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS POLITICS HEALTH BUSINESS)
USA-MARIJUANA/WASHINGTON
RTR3B7JA
December 04, 2012
Confectioner Jesse Scheeler of TH Candy shapes melted chocolate as he manufactures medical marijuana...
Bonney Lake, UNITED STATES
Scheeler shapes melted chocolate as he manufactures medibles in Bonney Lake
Confectioner Jesse Scheeler of TH Candy shapes melted chocolate as he manufactures medical marijuana edibles (medibles) in his rural commercial grade kitchen in Bonney Lake, Washington, December 3, 2012. Medical cannabis in various forms is often prescribed for a variety of medical conditions including cancer, chronic pain, nausea, anorexia, migraines and glaucoma. Washington State's Initiative 502, that was approved by voters in the November 6, 2012 general election, legalizes marijuana in Washington State effective December 6, 2012. Marijuana remains illegal at the Federal level. Picture taken December 3, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY DRUGS POLITICS HEALTH FOOD BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTR38CI9
September 24, 2012
A passenger is treated for nausea after being rescued from the Monorail after it stopped between stations...
Sydney, Australia
A passenger is treated for nausea after being rescued from the Monorail after it stopped between stations...
A passenger is treated for nausea after being rescued from the Monorail after it stopped between stations in central Sydney September 24, 2012. Twenty-eight passengers, most of them international tourists, were trapped on the monorail after it stopped between stations, Nobody was injured during the incident according to the police. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SOCIETY DISASTER)
IVORYCOAST-TOXIC/
RTR1L0TO
January 09, 2007
Martyn Day, a lawyer of victims of the toxic waste in Ivory Coast talks during an interview with Reuters...
Abidjan, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Martyn Day, a lawyer of the victims of the toxic waste in Ivory Coast talks during an interview with...
Martyn Day, a lawyer of victims of the toxic waste in Ivory Coast talks during an interview with Reuters in the capital Abidjan, January 9, 2007. The ship Probo Koala arrived in the Ivory Coast in August 2006, where its poisonous fuel slops were dumped at open-air sites around Abidjan, causing vomiting, diarrhoea, nosebleeds and nausea among residents. The incident forced the resignation of the war-divided country's cabinet. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST)
IVORYCIAST TOXIC
RTR1H1Q8
September 06, 2006
A resident looks at a sign that reads, "Swine fever, mad cow, bird flu - today toxic waste; and tomorrow?",...
Abidjan, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Resident reads a sign during a protest against the dumping of toxic waste around Ivory Coast's main city...
A resident looks at a sign that reads, "Swine fever, mad cow, bird flu - today toxic waste; and tomorrow?", during a protest in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan September 6, 2006, against the dumping of toxic waste around the city which doctors said killed a nine-year-old girl and made hundreds ill. Authorities said the pungent waste which contained hydrogen sulphide was unloaded from a Panamanian-registered ship at Abidjan port on August 19 and then dumped in at least eight sites around the city causing residents to complain of nausea, sore chests, vomiting and diarrhoea. REUTERS /Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST)
IVORYCOAST TOXIC
RTR1H1PU
September 06, 2006
A group of youths man a roadblock in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan, September 6, 2006, to protest the...
Abidjan, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
Youths man a roadblock in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan to protest the dumping of toxic waste around...
A group of youths man a roadblock in Ivory Coast's main city Abidjan, September 6, 2006, to protest the dumping of toxic waste around the city which doctors said killed a nine-year-old girl and made hundreds ill. Authorities said the pungent waste which contained hydrogen sulphide was unloaded from a Panamanian-registered ship at Abidjan port on August 19 and then dumped in at least eight sites around the city causing residents to complain of nausea, sore chests, vomiting and diarrhoea. REUTERS /Luc Gnago (IVORY COAST)
GERMANY
RTR1C86W
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wear gas masks a they rescue a person during an exercise scenario, where persons...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear gas masks a they rescue a person during an exercise scenario at the 'Gesundbrunnen'...
German firefighters wear gas masks a they rescue a person during an exercise scenario, where persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1C86H
March 11, 2006
Soldiers of the German Bundeswehr rescue a comrade during an exercise scenario, where persons complain...
Berlin, Germany
Soldiers of the German Bundeswehr rescue a comrade during an exercise scenario at the 'Gesundbrunnen'...
Soldiers of the German Bundeswehr rescue a comrade during an exercise scenario, where persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1C86E
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits, take a sample from the accident site during an exercise...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wearing protection suits a take a sample from accident site during an exercise scenario...
German firefighters wearing protection suits, take a sample from the accident site during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1C86C
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits, take a sample from the accident site during an exercise...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wearing protection suits a take a sample from accident site during an exercise scenario...
German firefighters wearing protection suits, take a sample from the accident site during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1C86A
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario,...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear protection suits a they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario at the...
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR1C867
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario,...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear protection suits a they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario at the...
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR172W1
March 11, 2006
A German firefighter gives aid to a person during an exercise scenario, where persons complain about...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighter gives aid to a person during an exercise scenario at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in...
A German firefighter gives aid to a person during an exercise scenario, where persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR172VW
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wear protection suits as they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario,...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear protection suits a they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario at the...
German firefighters wear protection suits as they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario, where persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR172UJ
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits rescue a person during an exercise scenario, where some...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear protection suits a they rescue a person during an exercise scenario at the 'Gesundbrunnen'...
German firefighters wearing protection suits rescue a person during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
GERMANY
RTR172U0
March 11, 2006
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario,...
Berlin, Germany
Firefighters wear protection suits a they analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario at the...
German firefighters wearing protection suits, analyze the accident site during an exercise scenario, where some 80 persons complain about nausea and dyspnoea after an unknown substance leakage from barrels at the 'Gesundbrunnen' train station in Berlin March 11, 2006. Around 2,000 firebrigade, soldiers, police and rescue workers took part in Berlin's largest emergency drill after Word War II called "triangel" (Triangle) with three different scenarios in preparation of the upcomming FIFA 2006 World Cup. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann
SPORT TENNIS
RTRYQDP
August 09, 2005
Tiantian Sun of China watches as Maria Fernanda Alves of Brazil is treated by a trainer for nausea during...
Carson, USA
Sun of China watches as Alves of Brazil is treated by a trainer for nausea in Carson.
Tiantian Sun of China watches as Maria Fernanda Alves of Brazil is treated by a trainer for nausea during the first round of the JP Morgan Chase Open WTA tournament in Carson, California, August 9, 2005. Sun won 6-0 6-1. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson LN/KS
SPORT TENNIS
RTRXEIO
September 07, 2004
Elena Dementieva of Russia falls to court during her quarter final match against Amelie Mauresmo of France...
New York, USA
Elena Dementieva falls to the court during quarter final match at the U.S. Open.
Elena Dementieva of Russia falls to court during her quarter final match against Amelie Mauresmo of France at the 2004 U.S. Open in New York, September 7, 2004. Dementieva battled an injured leg and nausea to defeat Mauresmo 4-6 6-4 7-6 and advance to the semi finals. REUTERS/John Sommers II REUTERS PJ
MARIJUANA
RTXL7MN
April 26, 2002
Lance, who asked not to use his last name, smokes marijuana he is legally allowed to grow in his East...
Vancouver, Canada
Lance, who asked not to use his last name, smokes marijuana he is legally allowed to grow in his Eas.....
Lance, who asked not to use his last name, smokes marijuana he is legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver home April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive to HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain, nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they are not happy. Lance consumes approximately an ounce a week for his medical needs.
MARIJUANA
RTXL7MM
April 26, 2002
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked his last name...
Vancouver, Canada
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked his last .....
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked his last name not be used, maintains several marijuana plants he is legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver home April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive to HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain, nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they are not happy. Prior to receiving permission from the govenment, Lance who lives on a fixed monthly income had to spend over half on purchasing marijuana, as he says "on the hush, hush" for his medical needs.
MARIJUANA
RTXL7ML
April 26, 2002
Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, prepares marijuana to smoke which he is legally allowed...
Vancouver, Canada
Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, prepares marijuana to smoke which he is legally all.....
Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, prepares marijuana to smoke which he is legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver home April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive for HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relieve pain, nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they are not happy. Lance consumes about one ounce a week for his medical needs.
MARIJUANA
RTXL7MK
April 26, 2002
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked that his last...
Vancouver, Canada
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked that his .....
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and fans Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, maintains several marijuana plants he is legally allowed to grow April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive for HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain, nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they are not happy. Lance was given permission to grow up to 25 plants earlier this year.
MARIJUANA
RTR4BCQ
April 26, 2002
Lance, who asked not to use his last name, smokes marijuana he is
legally allowed to grow in his East...
Vancouver, Canada
LANCE SMOKES MARIJUANA HE CAN LEGALLY GROW IN HIS VANCOUVER HOME.
Lance, who asked not to use his last name, smokes marijuana he is
legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver home April 26, 2002.
Lance, who has tested positive to HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr
Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain, nausea and lack of
appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the
federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they
are not happy. Lance consumes approximately an ounce a week for his
medical needs. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/MMR
MARIJUANA
RTR4BC2
April 26, 2002
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and
fans Lance, who asked that his...
Vancouver, Canada
LANCE MAINTAINS MARIJUANA PLANTS HE CAN LEGALLY GROW IN HIS HOME.
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and
fans Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, maintains several
marijuana plants he is legally allowed to grow April 26, 2002. Lance,
who has tested positive for HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr
Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain, nausea and lack of
appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the
federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they
are not happy. Lance was given permission to grow up to 25 plants
earlier this year. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/MMR
MARIJUANA
RTR4BBU
April 26, 2002
Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, prepares marijuana to smoke which he is legally allowed...
Vancouver, Canada
LANCE PREPARES TO ROLL MARIJUANA HE CAN LEGALLY GROW IN HIS HOME.
Lance, who asked that his last name not be used, prepares marijuana to smoke which he is legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver home April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive for HIV, Hepatitis B & C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relieve pain, nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict rules set down by the federal government and though local police are aware of it he says they are not happy. Lance consumes about one ounce a week for his medical needs. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE HALTH REUTERS/Andy Clark AC/MMR
MARIJUANA
RTR4BBN
April 26, 2002
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and
fans Lance, who asked his last...
Vancouver, Canada
LANCE MAINTAINS MARIJUANA PLANTS HE CAN LEGALLY GROW IN HIS EAST
VANCOUVER HOME.
With a spare bedroom in his apartment all decked out with lights and
fans Lance, who asked his last name not be used, maintains several
marijuana plants he is legally allowed to grow in his East Vancouver
home April 26, 2002. Lance, who has tested positive to HIV, Hepatitis B
& C and Epstein Barr Virus, uses the marijuana to help relive pain,
nausea and lack of appetite. Lance grows the plant under very strict
rules set down by the federal government and though local police are
aware of it he says they are not happy. Prior to receiving permission
from the govenment, Lance who lives on a fixed monthly income had to
spend over half on purchasing marijuana, as he says "on the hush, hush"
for his medical needs. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/MMR
SEATTLE HAZMAT INCIDENT
RTRPX3Y
November 28, 2001
A woman (L) speaks to a Seattle firefighter as she and hundreds of
other people are confined inside...
Seattle, United States of America
WOMAN SPEAKS TO SEATTLE FIREFIGHTER WHILE WAITING TO BE RELEASED.
A woman (L) speaks to a Seattle firefighter as she and hundreds of
other people are confined inside the lobby of the Bank of America
Building in Seattle, Washington on November 28, 2001, after a strange
odor sickened seven people on three floors of the building. The
42-story building was shut down and people were not allowed in or out
of the building while hazardous material experts investigated.
Emergency crews at the scene treated the seven people for nausea and
vomiting before reopening the building two hours later. REUTERS/Anthony
P. Bolante

APB/SV
SEATTLE HAZMAT INCIDENT
RTRPX3T
November 28, 2001
A man wanting to get into the building (L) speaks to a Seattle
firefighter before being turned away...
Seattle, United States of America
MAN SPEAKS TO SEATTLE FIREFIGHTER WHILE SEATTLE BUILDING IS SHUT DOWN.
A man wanting to get into the building (L) speaks to a Seattle
firefighter before being turned away as hundreds of other people are
confined inside the lobby of the Bank of America Building in Seattle,
Washington after a strange odor sickened seven people on three floors
of the building, November 28, 2001. The 42-story building was shut down
and people were not allowed in or out of the building while hazardous
material experts investigated. Emergency crews at the scene treated the
seven people for nausea and vomiting and then decontaminated them
before reopening the building two hours later. REUTERS/Anthony P.
Bolante

APB
CANADA MARIJUANA
RTR7LQ
January 10, 2000
Hepatits C victim Rob Brown sits by the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill to keep warm during his protest...
Ottawa, Canada
HEPATITIS C VICTIM PROTESTS TO GET HEALTH CANADA TO ALLOW HIM TO USE MARIJUANA.
Hepatits C victim Rob Brown sits by the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill to keep warm during his protest in hopes of getting approval from Health Canada to allow him to use marijuana, in Ottawa January 10. Brown uses marijuana to help ease the pain and nausea brought on by Hepatitis C and cancer. Health Canada has already given allowances to 16 people to smoke the illegal drug for medical purposes.

JY/HB
CANADA MARIJUANA
RTR7JX
January 10, 2000
Hepatits C victim Rob Brown smokes a tobacco cigarette as he protests on Parliament Hill in hopes of...
Ottawa, Canada
HEPATITIS C VICTIM ROB BROWN PROTESTS TO GET HEALTH CANADA TO ALLOW HIM TO USE MARIJUANA.
Hepatits C victim Rob Brown smokes a tobacco cigarette as he protests on Parliament Hill in hopes of getting approval from Health Canada to allow him to use marijuana in Ottawa, January 10. Brown uses marijuana to help ease the pain and nausea brought on by Hepatitis C and cancer. Health Canada has already gave allowances to 16 people to smoke the illegal drug for medical purposes.

JY
COCA COLA
RTXJ23V
June 24, 1999
A client takes a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending...
A client takes a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vendin.....
A client takes a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending machine has been controlled by Coca-Cola Enterprises. All canned drinks from this machine are authorised for sale" June 24. France has lifted its ban on sales of Coca-Cola canned drinks after the French food safety agency ADFSSA said they were safe for consumption. France had slapped a ban on cans of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light, Fanta and Sprite produced at its Dunkirk plant as well as those imported from Belgium after some 200 people in the two countries complained of nausea, dizziness and stomach aches after consuming the beverages.
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COCA COLA
RTXJ23U
June 24, 1999
A client purchases a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending...
A client purchases a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This ve.....
A client purchases a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending machine has been controlled by Coca-Cola Enterprises. All canned drinks from this machine are authorised for sale" June 24. France has lifted its ban on sales of Coca-Cola canned drinks after the French food safety agency ADFSSA said they were safe for consumption. France had slapped a ban on cans of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light, Fanta and Sprite produced at its Dunkirk plant as well as those imported from Belgium after some 200 people in the two countries complained of nausea, dizziness and stomach aches after consuming the beverages.
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COCA COLA
RTXJ22O
June 24, 1999
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg takes a drink of one of the canned beverages from the French...
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg takes a drink of one of the canned beverages from the Fre.....
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg takes a drink of one of the canned beverages from the French Coca-Cola plant near Dunkirk June 24. France has lifted the ban on selling the soft drinks produced at the plant after a total of 200 people in France and Belgium complained of nausea, dizziness, and aches after drinking Coke products.
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COCA COLA
RTXJ22N
June 24, 1999
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg (R) takes a drink as France's Coca-Cola President Dominique...
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg (R) takes a drink as France's Coca-Cola President Dominiq.....
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg (R) takes a drink as France's Coca-Cola President Dominique Reiniche (L) looks on during a press conference June 24. France has lifted the ban on selling the soft drinks produced at the plant after a total of 200 people in France and Belgium complained of nausea, dizziness, and aches after drinking Coke products.
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COCA COLA
RTXJ22M
June 24, 1999
A Coca-Cola employee prepares cans of the soft drink for shipment after France lifted its ban on selling...
A Coca-Cola employee prepares cans of the soft drink for shipment after France lifted its ban on sel.....
A Coca-Cola employee prepares cans of the soft drink for shipment after France lifted its ban on selling products canned at the company's Dunkirk plant June 24. France had banned selling the soft drinks produced at the plant after a total of 200 people in France and Belgium complained of nausea, dizziness, and aches after drinking Coke products.
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FRANCE COCA
RTRQ7V7
June 24, 1999
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg (R) takes a drink from one of his beverages during a news...
Socx, France
COCA-COLA PRESIDENT AND CEO HIMBERG DRINKS HIS BEVERAGE.
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg (R) takes a drink from one of his beverages during a news conference June 24. France has lifted the ban on selling the soft drinks after a total of 200 people in France and Belgium complained of nausea, dizziness, and aches after drinking Coke products.

JES/KM
FRANCE COCA
RTRQ7UG
June 24, 1999
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg takes a drink from a can of his beverage from the French Coca-Cola...
Socx, France
COCA-COLA PRESIDENT AND CEO HENRY SHIMBERG DRINKS HIS BEVERAGE.
Coca-Cola President and CEO Henry Shimberg takes a drink from a can of his beverage from the French Coca-Cola plant near Dunkirk June 24. France has lifted the ban on selling the soft drinks produced at the plant after a total of 200 people in France and Belgium complained of nausea, dizziness, and aches after drinking Coke products.

JES/KM
FRANCE COCA
RTRQ7OX
June 24, 1999
A client takes a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending...
Paris, France
A COCA-COLA VENDING MACHINE DISPLAYS CERTIFICATE OF SAFE CONSUMPTION AFTER FRANCE LIFTS BAN ON SALES....
A client takes a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending machine has been controlled by Coca-Cola Enterprises. All canned drinks from this machine are authorised for sale" June 24. France has lifted its ban on sales of Coca-Cola canned drinks after the French food safety agency ADFSSA said they were safe for consumption. France had slapped a ban on cans of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light, Fanta and Sprite produced at its Dunkirk plant as well as those imported from Belgium after some 200 people in the two countries complained of nausea, dizziness and stomach aches after consuming the beverages.

JES/
FRANCE COCA
RTRQ7OU
June 24, 1999
A client purchases a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending...
Paris, France
A COCA-COLA VENDING MACHINE DISPLAYS CERTIFICATE OF SAFE CONSUMPTION AFTER FRANCE LIFTS BAN ON SALES....
A client purchases a can of Coca-Cola from a vending machine with a certificate that reads, "This vending machine has been controlled by Coca-Cola Enterprises. All canned drinks from this machine are authorised for sale" June 24. France has lifted its ban on sales of Coca-Cola canned drinks after the French food safety agency ADFSSA said they were safe for consumption. France had slapped a ban on cans of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Light, Fanta and Sprite produced at its Dunkirk plant as well as those imported from Belgium after some 200 people in the two countries complained of nausea, dizziness and stomach aches after consuming the beverages.

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BELGIUM COCA COLA IVESTER
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June 23, 1999
Coca-Cola Company Chairman Douglas Ivester arrives at a news conference in Brussels June 23 after Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
COCA COLA CHAIRMAN ARRIVES AT A NEWS CONFERENCE IN BRUSSELS.
Coca-Cola Company Chairman Douglas Ivester arrives at a news conference in Brussels June 23 after Belgian Health Minister Luc Van den Bossche announced Coca-Cola will be allowed to resume production at its two Belgian bottling plants. Ivester said he was responsible for the health scare linked to his company products, in which more than 200 people in Belgium and France complained of stomach pains, nausea and dizziness after drinking Coke beverages.

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BELGIUM COCA COLA IVESTER
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June 23, 1999
Coca-Cola Company Chairman Douglas Ivester holds a news conference in Brussels June 23 after Belgian...
Brussels, Belgium
COCA COLA CHAIRMAN HOLDS A NEWS CONFERENCE IN BRUSSELS.
Coca-Cola Company Chairman Douglas Ivester holds a news conference in Brussels June 23 after Belgian Health Minister Luc Van den Bossche announced Coca-Cola will be allowed to resume production at its two Belgian bottling plants. Ivester said he was responsible for the health scare linked to his company products, in which more than 200 people in Belgium and France complained of stomach pains, nausea and dizziness after drinking Coke beverages.

HRM/CLH/
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July 31, 1998
Players from a touring Scottish rugby union team (L-R) Andrew Fowler, David Wright and Simon Rowan drink...
Australia
PART OF A TOURING SCOTTISH RUGBY UNION TEAM DRINK BOTTLED WATER IN SYDNEY.
Players from a touring Scottish rugby union team (L-R) Andrew Fowler, David Wright and Simon Rowan drink bottled water in Sydney's Circular Quay July 31. They have been told by team officials not to drink any tap water while Sydney is in the grip of a water crisis. Almost all of the cities population has been affected as the water supply has been contaminated by parasites that can cause nausea and severe diarrhoea.

WDC/CC/FMS
RTRWQWJ
July 31, 1998
Players from a touring Scottish rugby union team (L-R) Struan Samson, Andrew Fowler, David Wright and...
Australia
PART OF A TOURING SCOTTISH RUGBY UNION TEAM DRINK BOTTLED WATER IN SYDNEY.
Players from a touring Scottish rugby union team (L-R) Struan Samson, Andrew Fowler, David Wright and Simon Rowan drink bottled water in Sydney's Circular Quay July 31. They have been told by team officials not to drink any tap water while Sydney is in the grip of a water crisis. Almost all of the cities population has been affected as the water supply has been contaminated by parasites that can cause nausea and severe diarrhoea.

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