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TUNISIA-PROTESTS
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January 29, 2016
Hamza Nasri, 26, who is an unemployed graduate, sits as he holds his degree certificate during his meeting...
Kasserine, Tunisia
Nasri holds his certificates at his home in Passerine
Hamza Nasri, 26, who is an unemployed graduate, sits as he holds his degree certificate during his meeting with journalists inside his house in the impoverished Zhor neighborhood of Kasserine, where young people have been demonstrating for jobs since last week, January 29, 2016. "The political and economic situation of Tunisia is going worse to worse, terrorist attacks did not help the improvements. Tourists and investors flee the country for lack of security. My country has invested only on tourism and I think it was an error from the beginning though Tunisia possesses other potentials. I lost all hope, I could not even continue my studies, I could not finance them is really difficult to find a job. How can I have a hope for myself when I don't see any in my own country". Hamza said. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
USA/
RTXVM9N
December 11, 2010
A Nuthatch lands on a bird feeder in Lattimer Mines, Pennsylvania, October 11, 2010, as warm temperatures...
LATTIMER MINES, UNITED STATES
A Nuthatch lands on a bird feeder in Lattimer Mines
A Nuthatch lands on a bird feeder in Lattimer Mines, Pennsylvania, October 11, 2010, as warm temperatures returned to much of the Eastern U.S. REUTERS/Stelios Varias (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
VENEZUELA LAND
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May 04, 2005
A White-headed Marsh-Tyrant bird waits on a tree in Hato Pinero, 370 km (229 miles) west of Caracas,...
Hato Pinero, Venezuela
A White-headed Marsh-Tyrant bird waits at Venezuela's Hato Pinero.
A White-headed Marsh-Tyrant bird waits on a tree in Hato Pinero, 370 km (229 miles) west of Caracas, May 4, 2005. Venezuela's best-known eco-tourism reserve and cattle ranch is fighting for its survival against Venezuelan government land reform. The Hato Pinero, a private 200,000-acre (80,000 hectare) property was declared as being public land and subject to confiscation after President Hugo Chavez's government made it a target for takeover to redistribute rural land to the poor. REUTERS/Jorge Silva PP05050053 JS/KS
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