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MARKETS-GLOBAL/
RTX1PJMI
August 25, 2015
A man (R) watches a large screen displaying India's benchmark share index on the facade of the Bombay...
Mumbai, India
Man watches large screen displaying India's benchmark share index on the facade of BSE building in Mumbai...
A man (R) watches a large screen displaying India's benchmark share index on the facade of the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building in Mumbai, India, August 25, 2015. Volatile global markets got some respite from the latest blood-letting on Tuesday as bargain hunters nudged up Asian and European stocks, though China, at the center of the rout, was smashed again. REUTERS/Shailesh Andrade
MARKETS-INDIA-STOCKS/
RTX1PEZS
August 24, 2015
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building is pictured next to a police van in Mumbai, India, August 24,...
Mumbai, India
Bombay Stock Exchange building is pictured next to police van in Mumbai
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) building is pictured next to a police van in Mumbai, India, August 24, 2015. India's benchmark BSE index fell more than 5 percent on Monday to their lowest in a year, as a rout in Chinese equities sparked widespread unrest in global financial markets. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui
A Picture and Its Story
A Picture and Its Story
Bird Flu on Duck Farm - 20 Nov 2014
1 PICTURES
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/
RTR4ELEL
November 18, 2014
Department For Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) officials move crates of ducks during a cull...
NAFFERTON, United Kingdom
DEFRA officials move crates of ducks during a cull at a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England
Department For Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) officials move crates of ducks during a cull at a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England November 18, 2014. Bird flu was found on a duck farm in England on Monday days after it was discovered in Dutch chickens, forcing authorities to destroy poultry and restrict exports, although it was not a strain known to be deadly to humans. Health officials said the outbreak may have been brought to Europe by wild birds migrating from Asia where millions of South Korean farm birds have had to be destroyed. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/BRITAIN
RTR4EFXX
November 17, 2014
Police tape and warning signs are seen outside a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England November 17,...
NAFFERTON, United Kingdom
Police tape and warning signs are seen outside a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England
Police tape and warning signs are seen outside a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England November 17, 2014. The European Commission on Monday praised the action taken by Britain and the Netherlands to contain their respective cases of bird flu, saying all protocols had been followed. In the British case, the virus was discovered at a duck farm in North Yorkshire. REUTERS/Phil Noble (REUTERS - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/BRITAIN
RTR4EF4K
November 17, 2014
Experts wearing protective suits are seen at a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England November 17,...
NAFFERTON, United Kingdom
Experts wearing protective suits are seen at a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England
Experts wearing protective suits are seen at a duck farm in Nafferton, northern England November 17, 2014. Bird flu found on a duck farm in northern England might be linked to a highly contagious strain of the disease found this weekend at a poultry farm in the central Netherlands, as well as a case early this month in Germany. In the British case, the virus was discovered at a duck farm in North Yorkshire. REUTERS/Phil Noble (REUTERS - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
RUSSIA/
RTR378EK
August 29, 2012
A veterinarian hoses a car with disinfectant to prevent the spread of anthrax near the village of Druzhba...
DRUZHBA, Russia
A veterinarian hoses a car with disinfectant to prevent the spread of anthrax near the village of Druzhba...
A veterinarian hoses a car with disinfectant to prevent the spread of anthrax near the village of Druzhba in Russia's Altai region August 29, 2012. One person died and 10 more were hospitalised following an outbreak of the disease in the village on Tuesday, local media reported. REUTERS/Andrei Kasprishin (RUSSIA - Tags: ANIMALS HEALTH)
SECURITY-ANTHRAX/
RTR21ZS4
September 17, 2008
FBI Director Robert Mueller listens to questioning while testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee...
Washington, UNITED STATES
FBI Director Robert Mueller testifies before Senate Judiciary hearing on the FBI on Capitol Hill in Washington...
FBI Director Robert Mueller listens to questioning while testifying before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on "Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)," on Capitol Hill in Washington September 17, 2008. REUTERS/Molly Riley (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY-ANTHRAX/
RTR21ZK9
September 17, 2008
FBI Director Robert Mueller is sworn in to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing...
Washington, UNITED STATES
FBI Director Robert Mueller is sworn in to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing...
FBI Director Robert Mueller is sworn in to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee during a hearing on "Oversight of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)," on Capitol Hill in Washington September 17, 2008. REUTERS/Molly Riley
KOREA-PROTEST/
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-POLITICS/
RTX7LG1
July 03, 2008
Christian pastors from the Korea National Council of Churches (KNCC) participate in a service during...
Seoul, South Korea
Christian pastors participate in protest to demand renegotiation of U.S. beef import deal in Seoul
Christian pastors from the Korea National Council of Churches (KNCC) participate in a service during a protest to demand a full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul July 3, 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/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTEST/
RTX7HSI
June 30, 2008
Catholic priests and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef...
Seoul, multiple countries
Catholic priests and nuns lead protest march in central Seoul
Catholic priests and nuns (C) lead a protest march demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in central Seoul June 30, 2008. South Korean police said on Monday they have detained more than 100 people for violence at weekend rallies, which was held by people fearing mad cow disease. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7EZ6
June 27, 2008
Riot police holding their shields move to suppress protesters during a demonstration demanding the full-scale...
Seoul, South Korea
Riot police holding their shields move to suppress protesters during a demonstration demanding the full-scale...
Riot police holding their shields move to suppress protesters during a demonstration demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 28, 2008. Militant protesters blocked trucks from leaving warehouses for a second day on Friday as South Korea resumed quarantine checks on U.S. beef imports, moving to bring the product to market for the first time in nine months. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7DTV
June 26, 2008
Riot policemen sleep on a road as protesters hold an overnight demonstration against the U.S. beef import...
Seoul, South Korea
Riot policemen sleep on a road as protesters hold an overnight demonstration against the U.S. beef import...
Riot policemen sleep on a road as protesters hold an overnight demonstration against the U.S. beef import deal on the road leading to the presidential Blue House and the U.S. embassy in Seoul June 27, 2008. South Korea allowed the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the farm ministry said, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests held by people fearing infection of mad cow disease and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7CC8
June 25, 2008
Anti-government protesters (R) and riot police take a rest during a overnight rally demanding the full-scale...
Seoul, South Korea
Anti-government protesters and riot police take a rest during a overnight rally demanding the full-scale...
Anti-government protesters (R) and riot police take a rest during a overnight rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 26, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7C93
June 25, 2008
Riot police officers sleep on a street during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S....
Seoul, South Korea
Riot police officers sleep on a street during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S....
Riot police officers sleep on a street during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 26, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7C00
June 25, 2008
A police officer is surrounded by protesters during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of...
Seoul, South Korea
A police officer is surrounded by protesters during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of...
A police officer is surrounded by protesters during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 26, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7BSN
June 25, 2008
Protesters struggle with riot police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S....
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters struggle with riot police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S....
Protesters struggle with riot police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 25, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7BMD
June 25, 2008
Demonstrators take part in a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal...
Seoul, South Korea
Demonstrators take part in a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal...
Demonstrators take part in a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 25, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7B89
June 25, 2008
Lee Jung-hee, a lawmaker of the Democratic Labor Party (DLP), shouts in a police bus after she was apprehended...
Seoul, South Korea
Lee, a lawmaker of the DLP, shouts in a police bus after she was apprehended by police during a rally...
Lee Jung-hee, a lawmaker of the Democratic Labor Party (DLP), shouts in a police bus after she was apprehended by police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak near the presidential Blue House in Seoul June 25, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7B85
June 25, 2008
A protester is apprehended by police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S....
Seoul, South Korea
A protester is apprehended by police during a rally in Seoul
A protester is apprehended by police during a rally demanding the full-scale renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal and the resignation of South Korean President Lee Myung-bak near the presidential Blue House in Seoul June 25, 2008. South Korea will allow the resumption of U.S. beef imports starting Thursday, the ruling party said on Wednesday, implementing an unpopular deal that sparked street protests and caused a crisis for the government. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX77M1
June 22, 2008
Protesters cover their faces as riot police use fire extinguishers to block them during a rally demanding...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters cover their faces as riot police use fire extinguishers to block them during a rally in Seoul...
Protesters cover their faces as riot police use fire extinguishers to block them during a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 22, 2008. South Korea, which reworked an unpopular U.S. beef import deal that sparked mass street protests, could soon resume imports once a legal step has been completed, the trade minister said on Saturday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX7725
June 21, 2008
Protesters take part in a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal with the U.S. and...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters take part in a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal with the U.S. and...
Protesters take part in a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak in Seoul June 21, 2008. South Korea, which reworked an unpopular U.S. beef import deal that sparked mass street protests, could soon resume imports once a legal step has been completed, the trade minister said on Saturday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX762L
June 20, 2008
Riot police scuffle with protesters, some of whom are members of the reserve forces, as the former try...
Seoul, South Korea
Riot police scuffle with protesters during a candle-light rally in Seoul
Riot police scuffle with protesters, some of whom are members of the reserve forces, as the former try to disperse protesters during a candle-light rally to demand full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak on the road leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential Blue House in Seoul early June 21, 2008. Thousands of people participated in the rally after widespread South Korean concern over mad-cow disease in U.S. beef quickly became the lightning rod for a wide range of grievances against Lee's government. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-PROTESTS/
RTX6YE4
June 15, 2008
Policemen stand guard behind a police line to block people participating in a candle-light rally demanding...
Seoul, South Korea
Policemen stand guard behind police line to block people participating in a candle-light rally in Seoul...
Policemen stand guard behind a police line to block people participating in a candle-light rally demanding full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak on the road leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential Blue House in Seoul June 15, 2008. Thousands of people participated in the rally after widespread South Korean concern over mad-cow disease in U.S. beef quickly became the lightning rod for a wide range of grievances against Lee's government. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX6RAS
June 10, 2008
Riot police scuffle with protesters to break them up after an overnight candle-lit vigil on a street...
Seoul, South Korea
Riot police scuffle with protesters to break them up after overnight candle-lit vigil on street in central...
Riot police scuffle with protesters to break them up after an overnight candle-lit vigil on a street leading to the U.S. Embassy and the presidential Blue House in central Seoul June 11, 2008. Hundreds of thousands of people fearing infection of mad cow disease across the country demonstrated from Tuesday to demand full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak as they commemorate the historic June 10 mass pro-democracy demonstrations in 1987. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX6Q8Z
June 10, 2008
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential...
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential Blue House in central Seoul June 10, 2008. About one million people fearing infection of mad cow disease across the country demonstrated Tuesday evening to demand full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak as they commemorate the historic June 10 mass pro-democracy demonstrations in 1987. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX6Q8U
June 10, 2008
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential...
Protesters chant slogans at a candlelight vigil on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential Blue House in central Seoul June 10, 2008. About one million people fearing infection of mad cow disease across the country demonstrated on Tuesday evening to demand full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak as they commemorate the historic June 10 mass pro-democracy demonstrations in 1987. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX6Q3T
June 10, 2008
A protester paints graffiti on cargo containers that hold sand set up by the police as barricades to...
Seoul, South Korea
Protester paints graffiti on cargo containers set up by the police as barricades in central Seoul
A protester paints graffiti on cargo containers that hold sand set up by the police as barricades to block a planned protest march on a street leading to the U.S. embassy and the presidential Blue House in central Seoul June 10, 2008. The containers were welded together and on to the road. About one million people fearing infection of mad cow disease across the country will demonstrate Tuesday evening to demand full-scale renegotiation of a beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak as they commemorate the historic June 10 mass pro-democracy demonstrations in 1987. The Korean characters on the container read: "Mad 2MB (Lee Myung-bak)." REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/
RTX6M4R
June 07, 2008
Protesters holding candles march during a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters holding candles march during a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal...
Protesters holding candles march during a rally demanding a full-scale renegotiation of the beef deal with the U.S. and the resignation of President Lee Myung-bak around the city hall in Seoul June 7, 2008. Hundreds of thousands of people fearing infection of mad cow disease participated in the protest. Lee, bruised by daily protests over U.S. beef imports, will call President George W. Bush on Saturday to ask for help in ensuring no meat from older cattle will be shipped, an official said. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
News
News
Anti-U.S. Beef Protest in South Korea - 01 Jun 2008
36 PICTURES
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX6CT4
May 31, 2008
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the...
Protesters carry a sign symbolizing U.S. beef infected by mad cow disease during a rally demanding the renegotiation of the U.S. beef import deal, in Seoul May 31, 2008. A new deal has been agreed which allows all cuts of U.S. beef to be imported to South Korea. Protesters, fearing an outbreak of mad cow disease, demanded President Lee Myung-bak resign. The country will start quarantine inspections on U.S. beef, which will lead to a full resumption of the beef imports next week for the first time since an outbreak of mad cow disease in the U.S. in 2003. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX6AB9
May 29, 2008
People shout slogans during an anti-government rally denouncing U.S. beef imports and South Korean President...
Seoul, South Korea
People shout slogans during an anti-government rally denouncing U.S. beef imports and South Korean President...
People shout slogans during an anti-government rally denouncing U.S. beef imports and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak in front of the city hall in Seoul, May 29, 2008. South Korea will start quarantine inspections on U.S. beef, which will lead next week to a full resumption of American beef imports for the first time in more than four years, Seoul's farm ministry said on Thursday. The green banner reads, "Lee Myung-bak out". REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-USA/BEEF
RTX5OU5
May 14, 2008
A protester holds a doll "infected" with the variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease during a rally criticizing...
Seoul, South Korea
A protester holds a doll during a rally criticizing the U.S. beef import deal in Seoul
A protester holds a doll "infected" with the variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease during a rally criticizing the U.S. beef import deal in Seoul May 14, 2008. South Korea will delay the resumption of U.S. beef imports in the face of mounting public concern over the safety of the product, the farm ministry said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
SPAIN-MADCOW/
RTR1Z7Y6
April 07, 2008
Cows stand in a farm in the province of Burgos, northern Spain, April 7, 2008. Two people have died in...
Burgos, Spain
Cows stand in a farm in the province of Burgos
Cows stand in a farm in the province of Burgos, northern Spain, April 7, 2008. Two people have died in Spain from variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, the human form of mad cow disease, the health department of the regional Castilla-Leon government said on Monday. REUTERS/Felix Ordonez (SPAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTXAD0
November 13, 2007
A duck crosses the road close to the scene after avian flu was confirmed in turkeys on Redgrave Park...
DISS, United Kingdom
A duck crosses the road close to the scene after avian flu was confirmed in turkeys on Redgrave Park...
A duck crosses the road close to the scene after avian flu was confirmed in turkeys on Redgrave Park Farm in Diss, eastern England, November 13, 2007. REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
BIRDFLU-BRITAIN/
RTXA2D
November 13, 2007
A worker gathers turkeys after avian flu was confirmed on Redgrave Park Farm in Diss, eastern England,...
DISS, multiple countries
A worker picks up turkeys after avian flu was confirmed on Redgrave Park Farm in Diss
A worker gathers turkeys after avian flu was confirmed on Redgrave Park Farm in Diss, eastern England, November 13, 2007. An outbreak of bird flu has been confirmed at the turkey farm in eastern England although the exact strain is not yet known, Britain's farm ministry said on Monday.
REUTERS/Darren Staples (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BLUETONGUE/
RTR1U69N
September 23, 2007
Tape prohibiting entry to Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm, where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
Ipswich, United Kingdom
Disease control tape at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
Tape prohibiting entry to Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm, where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue disease, is seen near Ipswich in eastern England September 23, 2007. A laboratory has found the bluetongue virus in a cow, the agriculture ministry said on Saturday, the first case in Britain and a fresh setback for the country's farming industry. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BLUETONGUE/
RTR1U685
September 23, 2007
A keep out sign is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm, where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
Ipswich, United Kingdom
A keep out sign is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm, where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
A keep out sign is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm, where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue disease, near Ipswich in eastern England September 23, 2007. A laboratory has found the bluetongue virus in a cow, the agriculture ministry said on Saturday, the first case in Britain and a fresh setback for the country's farming industry. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BLUETONGUE
RTR1U5YA
September 23, 2007
Livestock is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where another cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
Ipswich, United Kingdom
Livestock is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue...
Livestock is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where another cow has been infected with the bluetongue disease near Ipswich in eastern England September 23, 2007. A laboratory has found the bluetongue virus in a cow, the agriculture ministry said on Saturday, the first case in Britain and a fresh setback for the country's farming industry. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BLUETONGUE
RTR1U5XM
September 23, 2007
Disease control tape is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where a cow has been infected with the...
Ipswich, United Kingdom
Disease control tape is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where a cow has been infected with the...
Disease control tape is seen at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm where a cow has been infected with the bluetongue disease near Ipswich in eastern England September 23, 2007. A laboratory has found the bluetongue virus in a cow, the agriculture ministry said on Saturday, the first case in Britain and a fresh setback for the country's farming industry. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJC
September 12, 2007
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England...
A notice is placed at a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJ9
September 12, 2007
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
A police officer stands guard by a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/
RTR1TRJ7
September 12, 2007
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England
An official enters farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Foot and mouth disease has struck a new cattle farm in southern England, the government said on Wednesday, prompting the European Union to suspend a decision to lift its ban on British meat exports. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-DISEASE/CONFIRM
RTR1TRH1
September 12, 2007
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
EGHAM, United Kingdom
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern...
An official reacts as she sets up a cordon at an entrance to farm fields near Egham in Surrey in southern England September 12, 2007. Britain's agriculture ministry (Defra) confirmed on Wednesday that foot and mouth disease has broken out on a cattle farm in southern England. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SO72
August 10, 2007
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton, southern England, August 10, 2007. Officials said on Friday...
WOTTON, United Kingdom
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton in southern England
A farmer disinfects his tractor in Wotton, southern England, August 10, 2007. Officials said on Friday they were investigating a new suspected case of foot and mouth at a farm near Wotton, which is outside a previously infected area, but the farmer involved said vets were sure his animals were disease-free. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
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RTR1SME1
August 08, 2007
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England, August 8, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England
A vet disinfects his boots after examining a farm near Normandy in south-eastern England, August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SMDZ
August 08, 2007
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England August 8, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England
A vet disinfects her boots after examining a farm near Normandy in southeast England August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM50
August 08, 2007
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the...
Guildford, United Kingdom
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease near Guildford...
A sign announces the closure of a public footpath due to an outbreak of foot and mouth disease, in the protection zone near Normandy, near Guildford in south east England, August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SM3B
August 08, 2007
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of...
Guildford, United Kingdom
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Merrist Wood Campus near Guildford in south east...
A man disinfects the wheels of a car as it arrives at Guildford College's Merrist Wood Campus, part of which specialises in countryside and animal management, as a precaution against a local outbreak of foot and mouth disease, near Guildford in south east England August 8, 2007. British government investigators have found a "strong probability" that the strain of virus behind an outbreak of foot and mouth disease in Britain came from two research labs near the site of the infection. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SLXX
August 08, 2007
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south...
London, United Kingdom
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south...
A woman walks past a sign for the Merial Animal Health laboratories at Pirbright near Guildford in south east England, August 8, 2007. Government inspectors say there is a "strong probability" the disease, which has prompted a cull of cattle and an international ban on British meat, milk and livestock, came from labs in Surrey close to farms where cattle were infected. Merial rejected the report's suggestions, saying that despite days of intensive internal investigations it had "not been able to establish any evidence that the virus may have been transported out of our centre by humans". REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL7U
August 07, 2007
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7,...
Normandy, United Kingdom
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy
A dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL7T
August 07, 2007
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south...
Normandy, United Kingdom
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy
An official watches as a dead cow is dropped into a truck in a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, south east England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SL1G
August 07, 2007
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007....
Normandy, United Kingdom
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, southern England
Officials walk through a field on a farm in Normandy, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN CATTLE/
RTR1SKWE
August 07, 2007
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 7,...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, southern England
A warning sign hangs on a stile beside a field in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 7, 2007. A second herd of cattle in southern Britain has contracted foot and mouth disease, the government said on Tuesday, raising fears that the highly damaging animal virus is spreading. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SJHG
August 05, 2007
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, southern England
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her boots as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 5, 2007. A suspected case of foot and mouth disease had been reported at another farm nearby. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SJHF
August 05, 2007
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern...
ELSTEAD, United Kingdom
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, southern England
A worker from Woolford farm disinfects her bag as she leaves the farm in Elstead, near Guildford, southern England August 5, 2007. A suspected case of foot and mouth disease had been reported at another farm nearby. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SIBW
August 04, 2007
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
Normandy, United Kingdom
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing amongst slaughtered cattle (centre) at a farm near Guildford, southern England, August 4, 2007. Britain moved rapidly to contain an outbreak of foot and mouth, a highly infectious disease that devastated farming six years ago, by isolating a farm outside London on Saturday. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-CATTLE/
RTR1SIA0
August 04, 2007
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
Guildford, United Kingdom
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing...
An aerial view shows officials from the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) standing amongst slaughtered cattle at a farm near Guildford, southern England, August 4, 2007. Britain moved rapidly to contain an outbreak of foot and mouth, a highly infectious disease that devastated farming six years ago, by isolating a farm outside London on Saturday. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/
RTR1SI2D
August 04, 2007
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford, near...
FLEXFORD, United Kingdom
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford
A foot and mouth disease warning note is attached to tape across a closed footpath in Flexford, near Guildford, southern England August 4, 2007, around the site of the latest outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease. Foot and mouth disease has been found in cattle on a British farm, the government said on Friday, as it banned livestock movements to prevent a repeat of a 2001 outbreak that blighted farming and rural tourism. REUTERS/Alessia Pierdomenico (BRITAIN)
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