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MEXICO-POLITICS/PEMEX
RTX7S2E0
August 27, 2020
People attend a protest after being unable to find medications for their cancer treatment due to a shortage...
CADEREYTA, Mexico
Protest during a visit of Mexico's President Lopez Obrador at Pemex's refinery in Cadereyta
People attend a protest after being unable to find medications for their cancer treatment due to a shortage of medicines during a visit of Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) at Mexican state oil firm Pemex's Cadereyta refinery in Cadereyta, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico August 27, 2020. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-POLITICS/PEMEX
RTX7S2E2
August 27, 2020
A woman wearing a protective mask holds a banner as people protest after being unable to find medications...
CADEREYTA, Mexico
Protest during a visit of Mexico's President Lopez Obrador at Pemex's refinery in Cadereyta
A woman wearing a protective mask holds a banner as people protest after being unable to find medications for their cancer treatment due to a shortage of medicines during a visit of Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) at Mexican state oil firm Pemex's Cadereyta refinery in Cadereyta, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico August 27, 2020. The banner reads "Give me back what you took from me". REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-POLITICS/PEMEX
RTX7S2E1
August 27, 2020
People protest after being unable to find medications for their cancer treatment due to a shortage of...
CADEREYTA, Mexico
Protest during a visit of Mexico's President Lopez Obrador at Pemex's refinery in Cadereyta
People protest after being unable to find medications for their cancer treatment due to a shortage of medicines during a visit of Mexico's president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) at Mexican state oil firm Pemex's Cadereyta refinery in Cadereyta, on the outskirts of Monterrey, Mexico August 27, 2020. The banner reads "Nothing will stop my fight, because cancer won't stop". REUTERS/Daniel Becerril
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/HEALTH
RTS2HSHU
May 15, 2019
11,000 Venezuelans' dialysis treatment has been thrown into disarray by a wave of blackouts in the oil-rich...
La Concepcion, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuela dialysis patients face uncertain fate after power cuts
11,000 Venezuelans' dialysis treatment has been thrown into disarray by a wave of blackouts in the oil-rich but crisis-stricken South American country. Electricity has largely been restored to the capital city of Caracas after two nation-wide power outages in March and April. But many other parts of Venezuela now have power for only several hours per day under a rationing plan put in effect by President Nicolas Maduro. Few places have been harder-hit than sweltering Maracaibo, the country's second-largest city, which still experiences power cuts lasting 10 hours or more per day. That has led to water shortages, making it hard to provide the minimum 120 liters (32 gallons) of water doctors say is needed for a full dialysis session. Dialysis requires consistent supplies of power and water to provide the recommended treatment of three or four hours, three times a week. Venezuela's public hospitals for years have provided free dialysis treatment, thanks to abundant oil revenue and generous health-care spending. But since the economy crashed along with oil prices in 2014, new equipment rarely arrives and the existing machines are not maintained, doctors say. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino SEARCH "MARCELINO KIDNEY" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: VENEZUELA-POLITICS/HEALTH
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/HAPPINESS
RTX6SUB1
April 23, 2019
A night at a bar is interrupted by a power outage, going to a baseball game is prohibitively expensive,...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuelans seek joy amid the chaos
A night at a bar is interrupted by a power outage, going to a baseball game is prohibitively expensive, and a trip to a nearby beach requires months of savings. But many Venezuelans have not given up on finding ways to smile. Despite an economic crisis that has led to shortages of food and medicine and has prompted more than three million to emigrate, Venezuelans are seeking ways to have fun and spend time with family in the hope of easing their discomfort. Still, the increased frequency of blackouts and a political showdown between the socialist government and the opposition has cast a cloud of uncertainty, leaving many Venezuelans bereft of simple pleasures. Venezuela fell to the 108th place in the 2019 World Happiness Report prepared by the United Nations, down from 102nd place in 2018. In the Western hemisphere, only Haiti was below the oil-rich nation, ranking 147th out of 156 countries studied by the U.N. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado SEARCH "HAPPY ALVARADO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
In the Headlines
In the Headlines
Widespread gas shortages in Mexico
55 PICTURES
MEXICO-OIL/THEFT
RTS29K08
January 06, 2019
A fuel dispenser is pictured with a banner reading 'Out of service' at a gas station of state oil firm...
Guadalajara, Mexico
A fuel dispenser is pictured with a banner reading 'Out of service' at a gas station of state oil firm...
A fuel dispenser is pictured with a banner reading 'Out of service' at a gas station of state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which is closed due shortage of fuel, in Guadalajara, Mexico January 6, 2019. REUTERS/Fernando Carranza
MEXICO-OIL/THEFT
RTS29K07
January 06, 2019
A gas station of state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which is closed due shortage of fuel, is...
Guadalajara, Mexico
A gas station of state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which is closed due shortage of fuel, is...
A gas station of state oil firm Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex), which is closed due shortage of fuel, is pictured in Guadalajara, Mexico January 6, 2019. REUTERS/Fernando Carranza
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTS1XMBB
August 16, 2018
A woman holds a sign that reads: "Maduro gives oil to Cuba and people die of hunger. Enough. Country...
Caracas, Venezuela
Protest of workers of the health sector in Caracas
A woman holds a sign that reads: "Maduro gives oil to Cuba and people die of hunger. Enough. Country do not give up" during a protest of workers of the health sector due to the shortages of medicines and for higher wages, outside a public children hospital in Caracas, Venezuela August 16, 2018. REUTERS/Marco Bello
USA-OIL/RECORD-ECONOMY
RTS1PD6P
May 01, 2018
Odessa Ford dealership president, Collin Sewell, poses in the company's service center, where many workers...
multiple cities, multiple countries
Odessa Ford dealership president Sewell poses in the company's service center in Odessa
Odessa Ford dealership president, Collin Sewell, poses in the company's service center, where many workers come from hundreds of miles away because of local labor shortages caused by the West Texas oil boom, in Odessa, Texas, U.S., April 13, 2018. Picture taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Saphir
USA-OIL/RECORD-ECONOMY
RTS1PD6J
May 01, 2018
A McDonald's restaurant displays a 'Now Hiring' sign, one of many seen at businesses where an oil boom...
multiple cities, multiple countries
McDonald's displays hiring sign in Odessa
A McDonald's restaurant displays a 'Now Hiring' sign, one of many seen at businesses where an oil boom is fueling worker shortages, in Odessa, Texas, U.S., April 13, 2018. Picture taken April 13, 2018. REUTERS/Ann Saphir
VENEZUELA-CRISIS/BRAZIL
RTX3PDG8
December 11, 2017
Countries across Latin America and beyond have received a growing number of Venezuelans fleeing economic...
BOAVISTA, Brazil
The Wider Image: Venezuelan migrants pose humanitarian problem in Brazil
Countries across Latin America and beyond have received a growing number of Venezuelans fleeing economic hardship, crime and what critics call an increasingly authoritarian government. The once-prosperous country, home to the world's largest proven oil reserves, is struggling with a profound recession, widespread unemployment, chronic shortages and inflation that the opposition-led Congress said could soon top 2,000 percent. As conditions there worsen, nearby cities like Brazilian city of Boa Vista are struggling with one of the biggest migrations in recent Latin American history. With limited infrastructure, social services and jobs to offer migrants, Brazilian authorities fear a full-fledged humanitarian crisis. In Roraima, the rural state of which Boa Vista is the capital, the governor last week decreed a "social emergency," putting local services on alert for mounting health and security demands. Not even Venezuela's government knows for certain how many of its 30 million people have fled in recent years. Some sociologists have estimated the number to be as high as 2 million, although President Nicolas Maduro's leftist government disputes that figure. Some migrants in Boa Vista are finding ways to get by, finding cheap accommodation or lodging in the few shelters, like a local gym, that authorities have provided. Others wander homeless, some turning to crime, like prostitution, adding law enforcement woes to the social challenges. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "VENEZUELAN MIGRANTS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTS1JRZD
November 13, 2017
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy...
Interactive Content
Venezuela's economic crisis media-interactive
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy was thrown into chaos. A government that had relied on oil revenues suddenly came up short of hard currency for imports, causing many shortages.
VENEZUELA-GAMBLING/
RTS1IV3H
November 07, 2017
"The Whale", "The Dog" or "The Zebra"? Players line up beside a small kiosk in a poor neighbourhood to...
Caracas, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Venezuelan crisis spawns boom in gambling
"The Whale", "The Dog" or "The Zebra"? Players line up beside a small kiosk in a poor neighbourhood to choose animals in a lottery game that has become a craze in Venezuela even as the oil-rich country suffers a fourth year of brutal recession. It seems more and more Venezuelans are turning to gambling in their desperation to make ends meet amid the country's unprecedented economic crisis. Though more people lose than win overall, the illusion of a payday has become more alluring as Venezuelans endure the world's highest inflation, shortages of basics from flour to car batteries, and diminished real-term wages. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes SEARCH "MORAES GAMBLING" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: VENEZUELA-GAMBLING/
GLOBAL-PETROLEUM/
RTS1FSFW
October 09, 2017
The fuel gauge of a car is lit, indicating that the fuel tank is almost empty, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico...
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
The fuel gauge of a car is lit indicating that the fuel tank is almost empty, in Ciudad Juarez
The fuel gauge of a car is lit, indicating that the fuel tank is almost empty, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico October 4, 2017. Picture taken October 4, 2017. REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez
GLOBAL-PETROLEUM/
RTS1FPF0
October 09, 2017
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard, near Strasbourg, France, October 6, 2017 . REUTERS/Christian...
SCHEIBENHARD, France
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard
A oil pump is seen at sunset outside Scheibenhard, near Strasbourg, France, October 6, 2017 . REUTERS/Christian Hartmann
Spotlight
Spotlight
Venezuela's signs of crisis
23 PICTURES
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTX3625H
May 16, 2017
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy...
Interactive Content
Venezuela's economic crisis media-interactive
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy was thrown into chaos. A government that had relied on oil revenues suddenly came up short of hard currency for imports, causing many shortages.
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
RTX3625G
May 16, 2017
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy...
Interactive Content
Venezuela's economic crisis media-interactive
Venezuela's fortunes rise and fall with the price of oil, and when crude prices tanked in 2014, its economy was thrown into chaos. A government that had relied on oil revenues suddenly came up short of hard currency for imports, causing many shortages.
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCSK
November 07, 2016
Egyptian women gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptian women gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores...
Egyptian women gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCSH
November 07, 2016
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCMR
November 07, 2016
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCMO
November 07, 2016
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores...
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCMN
November 07, 2016
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Cairo, Egypt
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail...
Egyptians gather to buy subsidised sugar and oil from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-CURRENCY/ECONOMY
RTX2SCMM
November 07, 2016
A man smiles as he carries subsidized sugar and oil after buying them from a government truck, after...
Cairo, Egypt
A man smiles as he carries subsidized sugar and oil after buying them from a government truck, after...
A man smiles as he carries subsidized sugar and oil after buying them from a government truck, after goods shortage in retail stores across the country and after the central bank floated the pound currency, in downtown Cairo, Egypt, November 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTSAE6H
March 11, 2016
People line up next to graffiti that reads, "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while...
Caracas, Venezuela
People line up next to graffiti that reads, "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while...
People line up next to graffiti that reads, "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while they try to buy cooking oil and milk, outside a supermarket in Caracas March 11, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTSAE6F
March 11, 2016
People sit next to graffiti that reads "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while they...
Caracas, Venezuela
People sit next to graffiti that reads, "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while they...
People sit next to graffiti that reads "Venezuela without shortages, 6E the change arrives", while they line up to try to buy cooking oil and milk, outside a supermarket in Caracas March 11, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98QM
March 04, 2016
A man rides a bicycle as he passes tanks of gasoline in Kasserine, Tunisia January 30, 2016. A litre...
Kasserine, Tunisia
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
A man rides a bicycle as he passes tanks of gasoline in Kasserine, Tunisia January 30, 2016. A litre of fuel is priced at 1.5 Tunisian dinars ($0.74). A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98Q7
March 04, 2016
A sign showing the price of unleaded petrol at 101.9 pence ($1.46) a litre is seen in a raindrop on a...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
A sign showing the price of unleaded petrol at 101.9 pence ($1.46) a litre is seen in a raindrop on a car window at a Texaco gas station in central London, Britain January 26, 2016. A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. Picture rotated 180 degrees. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98PW
March 04, 2016
BP gas station signage is seen as a passenger plane makes its final landing approach to Heathrow Airport...
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
BP gas station signage is seen as a passenger plane makes its final landing approach to Heathrow Airport in west London, Britain January 30, 2016. Unleaded petrol is priced at 101.9 pence ($1.44) per litre. A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. REUTERS/Toby Melville SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
OIL-GASPRICES/
RTS98P6
March 04, 2016
A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists....
London, United Kingdom
The Wider Image: Fuel prices around the world
A dramatic drop in oil prices, driven down by a glut in supply, is translating into a mixed bag for motorists. All countries have access to the same oil prices on international markets, but retail prices vary wildly, largely because of taxes and subsidies. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS/
RTX27KYR
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS/
RTX27KYQ
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS/
RTX27KYO
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS/
RTX27KYM
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS
RTX27KYJ
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
Worker sells subsidized food commodities at government-run supermarkets in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-SUBSIDIES/SMARTCARDS/
RTX27KYH
February 18, 2016
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo
A worker sells subsidized food commodities at a government-run supermarket in Cairo, Egypt, February 14, 2016. Tens of millions of Egyptians rely on state subsidies provided as credits on smartcards they redeem against household staples each month. But in recent weeks, imported commodities like cooking oil have been in short supply as a dollar shortage makes it harder for state importers to secure regular supplies. Picture taken February 14, 2016. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79D3
November 16, 2015
A man stands near his rickshaw loaded with firewood after buying them from a government depot in Lalitpur,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A man stands near his rickshaw loaded with firewood after buying them from a government depot in Lalitpur,...
A man stands near his rickshaw loaded with firewood after buying them from a government depot in Lalitpur, Nepal November 16, 2015. The government started selling firewood to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79CN
November 16, 2015
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Lalitpur, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79CL
November 16, 2015
Men buy firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday,...
LALITPUR, Nepal
Men buy firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday,...
Men buy firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Lalitpur, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79C7
November 16, 2015
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Lalitpur, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79BO
November 16, 2015
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it to the public...
Kathmandu, Nepal
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it from Sunday,...
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79BN
November 16, 2015
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
LALITPUR, Nepal
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from...
A man buys firewood at a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Lalitpur, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79AY
November 16, 2015
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it to the public...
Kathmandu, Nepal
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it from Sunday,...
People queue to buy firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it to the public from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS79AJ
November 16, 2015
A man buys firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it from Sunday, as a...
Kathmandu, Nepal
A man buys firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it from Sunday, as a...
A man buys firewood from a government depot after the government started selling it from Sunday, as a respite for the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal November 16, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS69NC
November 10, 2015
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the...
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal, November 10, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS69NB
November 10, 2015
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the...
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in a movement demanding the government to act against the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal, November 10, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-INDIA/
RTS69NA
November 10, 2015
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in the movement demanding the government to act against the...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in the movement demanding the government to act against the...
Nepalese youths holding placards take part in the movement demanding the government to act against the ongoing fuel and cooking gas shortages in Kathmandu, Nepal, November 10, 2015. The middle hills and the capital Kathmandu have suffered fuel and cooking gas shortages after protesters in the south switched to blocking supplies from India, Nepal's largest trading partner, almost two months ago. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
VENEZUELA-ECONOMY/
RTS5D3U
October 20, 2015
People queue to buy groceries in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget...
Caracas, Venezuela
People queue to buy groceries in Caracas
People queue to buy groceries in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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October 20, 2015
A butcher cuts meat at the refrigerator of a butchery in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed...
Caracas, Venezuela
A butcher cuts meat at the refrigerator of a butchery in Caracas
A butcher cuts meat at the refrigerator of a butchery in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
A girl looks at Venezuelan bolivar notes while her mother counts them to pay the cashier at a supermarket...
Caracas, Venezuela
A girl looks at Venezuelan bolivar notes while her mother counts them to pay the cashier at a supermarket...
A girl looks at Venezuelan bolivar notes while her mother counts them to pay the cashier at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
People look at the prices of the staple goods in their receipts after buying them at a supermarket in...
Caracas, Venezuela
People look at the prices of the staple goods in their receipts after buying them at a supermarket in...
People look at the prices of the staple goods in their receipts after buying them at a supermarket in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
A woman prepares to pay the cashier at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman prepares to pay the cashier at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas
A woman prepares to pay the cashier at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas, October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
People pay to the cashier for their goods at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas October 20, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
People pay to the cashier for their goods at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas
People pay to the cashier for their goods at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
A cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas October 20, 2015....
Caracas, Venezuela
Cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas
A cashier counts Venezuelan bolivar notes at a supermarket checkout line in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
A worker works with vegetables in a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker works with vegetables in a supermarket in Caracas
A worker works with vegetables in a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
A worker pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with cooking oil bottles at a supermarket in Caracas October 20,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Worker pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with cooking oil bottles at a supermarket in Caracas
A worker pushes a wheelbarrow loaded with cooking oil bottles at a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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October 20, 2015
People look at their goods after buying them, outside a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's...
Caracas, Venezuela
People look at their goods after buying them, outside a supermarket in Caracas
People look at their goods after buying them, outside a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
VENEZUELA-POLITICS/
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October 20, 2015
William Garcia, 59 years old, is seen at his improvised store where he sells used items at a main street...
Caracas, Venezuela
William Garcia, 59 years old, is seen at his improvised store where he sells used items at a main street...
William Garcia, 59 years old, is seen at his improvised store where he sells used items at a main street in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Marco Bello
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October 20, 2015
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's...
Caracas, Venezuela
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a supermarket in Caracas
People wait in a line to buy staple goods outside a supermarket in Caracas October 20, 2015. Venezuela's proposed 2016 government budget is based on an estimate of $40 per barrel for the OPEC nation's oil exports, Finance Minister Rodolfo Marco said in a presentation to congress on Tuesday. Low oil prices and an increasingly dysfunctional socialist economic model have left Venezuela struggling with chronic product shortages, soaring prices and a contracting economy. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
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