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MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11ICF
July 10, 2013
Wun Naung Lay looks through the doors of a bamboo cell called the "Special Prayer Room", where he is...
Naung Chein, Myanmar
Naung Lay looks through the doors of a bamboo cell called the "Special Prayer Room", where he is locked...
Wun Naung Lay looks through the doors of a bamboo cell called the "Special Prayer Room", where he is locked in for his first week at the Youth for Christ Centre for heroin addicts, near Naung Chein in Myanmar's Kachin state July 5, 2013. Naung Lay is one of more than 600 young men who have undergone primitive drug rehabilitation at the Youth for Christ Centre, a collection of tin-roofed shacks on a riverbank in Kachin State. Myanmar is the world's second-largest producer of opium after Afghanistan and use of its derivative, heroin, is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 5, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH DRUGS RELIGION)
MYANMAR-ADDICTS/
RTX11IC8
July 10, 2013
Noah Aung Hla (L) and Wun Naung Lay pass the time in a bamboo cell called the "Special Prayer Room",...
Naung Chein, Myanmar
Aung Hla and Naung Lay pass the time in a bamboo cell called "Special Prayer Room", where they are locked...
Noah Aung Hla (L) and Wun Naung Lay pass the time in a bamboo cell called the "Special Prayer Room", where they are locked in for their first week at the Youth for Christ Centre for heroin addicts, near Naung Chein in Myanmar's Kachin state July 5, 2013. Naung Lay is one of more than 600 young men who have undergone primitive drug rehabilitation at the Youth for Christ Centre, a collection of tin-roofed shacks on a riverbank in Kachin State. Myanmar is the world's second-largest producer of opium after Afghanistan and use of its derivative, heroin, is widespread. The centre's popularity is a testament both to the severity of Myanmar's drug problem and the lack of options for users in a poor country where modern treatment programmes are rare. Picture taken July 5, 2013. To match Story MYANMAR-ADDICTS/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH DRUGS RELIGION POVERTY)
EGYPT-BLAST/
RTR2AN89
February 21, 2010
A synagogue that was the target of an attack is seen in Cairo February 21, 2010. An unidentified man...
Cairo, Egypt
A synagogue that was the target of an attack is seen in Cairo
A synagogue that was the target of an attack is seen in Cairo February 21, 2010. An unidentified man hurled a suitcase containing a primitive explosive device at the synagogue in central Cairo on Sunday but it exploded without injuring anyone, the Interior Ministry said. REUTERS/Tarek Mostafa (EGYPT - Tags: CRIME LAW RELIGION)
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