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EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HY5D 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HY55 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HY4V 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HY4P 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HY4K 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXZV 
January 22, 2018 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXZF 
January 22, 2018 
A Salvadoran indigenous woman participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
A Salvadoran indigenous woman participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
A Salvadoran indigenous woman participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXZA 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXXF 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXX8 
January 22, 2018 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant... 
People participate in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
EL SALVADOR-ANNIVERSARY/
RTX4HXUK 
January 22, 2018 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
Izalco, El Salvador 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims... 
A Salvadoran indigenous man participates with others in a traditional ceremony to commemorate the victims of the 1932 Salvadoran peasant massacre in Izalco, El Salvador January 22, 2018. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6H0 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood among others near the Palongkhali... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood among others near the Palongkhali... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood among others near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6GX 
December 24, 2017 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter stand barefooted next to firewood near the Palongkhali... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter stand barefooted next to firewood near the Palongkhali... 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter stand barefooted next to firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6GV 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters walk to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters walk to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters walk to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6GS 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood as they try to cross a stream near... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood as they try to cross a stream near... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee and her daughters carry firewood as they try to cross a stream near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6GM 
December 24, 2017 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter carry firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter carry firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near... 
A Rohingya refugee and Sabura Khatun's daughter carry firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6GI 
December 24, 2017 
Rohingya refugees and Sabura Khatun's daughters cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Rohingya refugees and Sabura Khatun's daughters cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's... 
Rohingya refugees and Sabura Khatun's daughters cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6G2 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6G0 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6FY 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood with her daughters near the Palongkhali refugee camp... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood with her daughters near the Palongkhali refugee camp... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee cuts firewood with her daughters near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6F5 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee carries her daughter over a straw as they walk to cut firewood near... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee carries her daughter over a straw as they walk to cut firewood near... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee carries her daughter over a straw as they walk to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6F2 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6EG 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughters to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughters to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughters to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/BANGLADESH
RTX3Y6ED 
December 24, 2017 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee... 
Sabura Khatun, a Rohingya refugee walks with her daughter to cut firewood near the Palongkhali refugee camp near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh December 24, 2017. Three months ago, Sabura a mother of six, arrived to Bangladesh from Myanmar's town of Maungdaw. Twice per week, while her husband awaits with the youngest baby, Sabura and five of her daughters walk barefooted four kilometres from the refugee camp to a forest to bring firewood to cook rice. Every month she receives 25 kilograms of rice which is not enough to sustain her family. "Whenever I walk to the forest I am afraid of local peasants who are attacking Rohingyas as they are cutting down firewood," Sabura said. "My husband is sick, he can barely walk, I have no other choice, I have to take care of my family." REUTERS/Marko Djurica 
NEPAL-ELECTION/
RTX3Q2NM 
December 12, 2017 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the... 
Bhaktapur, Nepal 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the... 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the streets to prepare for the victory rally after their candidate won in a Constituency from Bhaktapur, Nepal December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
NEPAL-ELECTION/
RTX3Q0XU 
December 12, 2017 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the... 
Bhaktapur, Nepal 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the... 
Light illuminates a woman as she hangs the election symbol of Nepal Workers Peasants Party along the streets to prepare for the victory rally after their candidate won in a Constituency from Bhaktapur, Nepal December 12, 2017. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1FW62 
October 10, 2017 
Hector Guzman, 48, peasant and representative of the Municipal President in San Jose Platanar, holds... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
The Wider Image: Mexico quake: in the ruins of home 
Hector Guzman, 48, peasant and representative of the Municipal President in San Jose Platanar, holds the model of a new house for his father as he poses for a portrait after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, at the epicentre zone, Mexico, September 28, 2017. Guzman is building his father a temporary house with bamboo reeds after it was badly damaged. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido SEARCH "GARRIDO PORTRAIT" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1ECQV 
September 29, 2017 
Peasants receive a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28,... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
Peasants receive a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar 
Peasants receive a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1ECQS 
September 29, 2017 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017.... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1ECQR 
September 29, 2017 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017.... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar 
Peasants build houses with bamboos after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1ECQM 
September 29, 2017 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, at epicenter zone 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
MEXICO-QUAKE/
RTS1ECQL 
September 29, 2017 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September... 
SAN JOSE PLATANAR, Mexico 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after an earthquake in San Jose Platanar, at epicenter zone 
A peasant receives a tetanus vaccination after the earthquake in San Jose Platanar, Mexico, September 28, 2017. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY53 
August 16, 2017 
A peasant holds a Nicaragua flag during a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
A peasant holds a Nicaragua flag during a march to protest against the construction of canal in La Fonseca... 
A peasant holds a Nicaragua flag during a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY52 
August 16, 2017 
A peasant fires a home-made mortar during a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
A peasant fires a home-made mortar during a march to protest against the construction of canal in La... 
A peasant fires a home-made mortar during a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY4Y 
August 16, 2017 
A peasant takes part in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca,... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
A peasant takes part in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca... 
A peasant takes part in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY4W 
August 16, 2017 
Peasants ride horse as they take part in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
Peasants ride horse as they take part in a march to protest against the construction of canal in La Fonseca... 
Peasants ride horse as they take part in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY4V 
August 16, 2017 
A peasant rides a horse as she arrives to participates in a march to protest against the construction... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
A peasant rides a horse as she arrives to participates in a march to protest against the construction... 
A peasant rides a horse as she arrives to participates in a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/PROTEST
RTS1BY4R 
August 16, 2017 
A peasant holds a banner that reads "Ortega you sell our country" during a march to protest against the... 
LA FONSECA, Nicaragua 
A peasant holds a banner that reads "Ortega you sell our country" during a march to protest against the... 
A peasant holds a banner that reads "Ortega you sell our country" during a march to protest against the construction of Interoceanic canal at La Fonseca, Nicaragua August 15, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-CANAL/RIGHTS
RTS1AATL 
August 03, 2017 
Human rights activist Bianca Jagger shows a photo of a peasant who she said was abused by police during... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
Human rights activist Bianca Jagger shows photo during news conference in Managua 
Human rights activist Bianca Jagger shows a photo of a peasant who she said was abused by police during a news conference with Amnesty International Nicaragua executives about the construction of the Interoceanic Grand Canal in Managua, Nicaragua August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
GLOBAL-SOFTS/
RTX3CH3S 
July 22, 2017 
Peasants walk in a cocoa plantation at La Calera farm in Granada, Nicaragua July 21, 2016. Picture taken... 
Granada, Nicaragua 
Peasants walk in a cocoa plantation at La Calera farm in Granada 
Peasants walk in a cocoa plantation at La Calera farm in Granada, Nicaragua July 21, 2016. Picture taken July 21, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
GLOBAL-SMOKING/
RTS16EOK 
May 12, 2017 
Peasants pick tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernandez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 11, 2017. Picture taken... 
Esteli, Nicaragua 
Peasants pick tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernandez in Esteli 
Peasants pick tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernandez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 11, 2017. Picture taken May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
GLOBAL-SMOKING/
RTS16EEK 
May 12, 2017 
A peasant picks tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 10, 2017. Picture taken... 
Esteli, Nicaragua 
A peasant picks tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli 
A peasant picks tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 10, 2017. Picture taken May 11, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
GLOBAL-SMOKING/
RTS16EEE 
May 12, 2017 
A peasant carries tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 10, 2017. Picture... 
Esteli, Nicaragua 
A peasant carries tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli 
A peasant carries tobacco leaves at tobacco farm Fernadez in Esteli, Nicaragua May 10, 2017. Picture taken May 10, 2017. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
CINCO-DEMAYO/MEXICO-FRANCE
RTS15DDZ 
May 06, 2017 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas (3L) perform a fight scene against actors playing the... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas (3L) perform a fight scene against actors playing the... 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas (3L) perform a fight scene against actors playing the French soldiers during a re-enactment of their 1862 battle over a French army in the Penon de los Banos neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico May 5, 2017. Cinco de Mayo marks the May 5, 1862 victory by a small army of Mexican patriots and peasants over a French force. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso 
CINCO-DEMAYO/MEXICO-FRANCE
RTS15DDM 
May 06, 2017 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas Indians fire a cannon over the others acting as French... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas Indians fire a cannon over the others acting as French... 
Resident reenactors portraying the Zacapoaxtlas Indians fire a cannon over the others acting as French soldiers during a re-enactment of their 1862 battle in the Penon de los Banos neighborhood in Mexico City, Mexico May 5, 2017. Cinco de Mayo marks the May 5, 1862 victory by a small army of Mexican patriots and peasants over a French force. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTX2ZP5M 
February 05, 2017 
Alberto Mejia, Commander of the Colombian National Army, talks to a peasant during the army's arrival... 
SAIZA, Colombia 
Alberto Mejia, Commander of the Colombian National Army, talks to a peasant during the army's arrival... 
Alberto Mejia, Commander of the Colombian National Army, talks to a peasant during the army's arrival to an area that was previously occupied by FARC rebels, in Saiza, Colombia February 3, 2017. Picture taken February 3, 2017. REUTERS/Luis Jaime Acosta 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
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January 29, 2017 
A peasant holds up coca leaves collected from his crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture... 
Cauca, Colombia 
A peasant holds up coca leaves collected from his crops in Cauca 
A peasant holds up coca leaves collected from his crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture taken January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
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January 29, 2017 
A peasant walks among coca crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture taken January 27, 2017.... 
Cauca, Colombia 
A peasant walks among coca crops in Cauca 
A peasant walks among coca crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture taken January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXUB3 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca,... 
Cauca, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca... 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture taken January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXUB2 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca,... 
Cauca, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca... 
Peasants growing coca gather to speak against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Cauca, Colombia, January 27, 2017. Picture taken January 27, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXU8J 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Popayan, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Popayan, Colombia, January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXU8I 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Popayan, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Popayan, Colombia, January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXU8H 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Popayan, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Popayan, Colombia, January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXU8G 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Popayan, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Popayan, Colombia, January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
COLOMBIA-PEACE/
RTSXU8F 
January 29, 2017 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Popayan, Colombia 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate... 
Peasants growing coca, amapola and marijuana march to protest against the government's plan to eradicate illicit crops in Popayan, Colombia, January 28, 2017. REUTERS/Jaime Saldarriaga 
LITHUANIA-POLITICS/
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December 13, 2016 
Lithuania's designated Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis (L) listens to Lithuania's Peasants and Greens... 
Vilnius, Lithuania 
Lithuania's designated Prime Minister Skvernelis listens to Lithuania's Peasants and Greens Union chairman... 
Lithuania's designated Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis (L) listens to Lithuania's Peasants and Greens Union chairman Ramunas Karbauskis before swearing in office in the Parliament in Vilnius, Lithuania, December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins 
NICARAGUA-PROTEST
RTSU9XL 
December 01, 2016 
A peasant holds a sign that reads "Who said fear" during a march near a meeting attended by the Secretary-General... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
A peasant holds a sign during a march in Managua 
A peasant holds a sign that reads "Who said fear" during a march near a meeting attended by the Secretary-General of Organization of American State Luis Almagro and leaders from various communities in Managua, Nicaragua, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-PROTEST/
RTSU9VK 
December 01, 2016 
A peasant holds a sign that reads "I do not recognize the elections" during a march near a meeting attended... 
Managua, Nicaragua 
A peasant holds a sign during a march in Managua 
A peasant holds a sign that reads "I do not recognize the elections" during a march near a meeting attended by the Secretary-General of the Organization of American State Luis Almagro and leaders from various communities in Managua, Nicaragua, December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
NICARAGUA-ELECTION/
RTX2RUHL 
November 04, 2016 
A peasant talks on his cell phone at the Ortega's childhood town La Libertad, Nicaragua October 22, 2016.... 
La Libertad, Nicaragua 
A peasant talks on his cell phone at the Ortega's childhood town La Libertad
A peasant talks on his cell phone at the Ortega's childhood town La Libertad, Nicaragua October 22, 2016. Picture taken October 22, 2016. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas 
LITHUANIA-ELECTION/
RTSR6DY 
October 07, 2016 
Activists of the Lithuanian Peasant and Greens Union cover themselves from the rain in the pre-election... 
Vilnius, Lithuania 
Activists of the Lithuanian Peasant and Greens Union cover themselves from the rain in the pre-election... 
Activists of the Lithuanian Peasant and Greens Union cover themselves from the rain in the pre-election campaign tent Vilnius, Lithuania, September 4, 2016. Lithuania holds general elections on October 9, 2016. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins/File Photo 
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