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HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P8I 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa and her husband Francisco Vivas show scars on their arms from the vaccination against... 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination against smallpox received during their childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P6O 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa and her husband Francisco Vivas show scars on their arms from the vaccination against... 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination against smallpox received during their childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P6L 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox received during her... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox, in Ronda 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox received during her childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P6J 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa and her husband Francisco Vivas show scars on their arms from the vaccination against... 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination against smallpox received during their childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P6I 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox received during her... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox, in Ronda 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, shows a scar on her arm from the vaccination against smallpox received during her childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
HEALTH-MONKEYPOX/IBERIA
RTS84P6K 
May 25, 2022 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination... 
RONDA, Spain 
Josefa Espinosa and her husband Francisco Vivas show scars on their arms from the vaccination against... 
Josefa Espinosa, 65, and her husband Francisco Vivas, 79, show scars on their arms from the vaccination against smallpox received during their childhood, in Ronda, Spain, May 25, 2022. REUTERS/Jon Nazca 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/KYIV METRO
RTS6EVMV 
March 18, 2022 
Nina Poddunaya sits in a stationary subway car where she sleeps with her daughter in a metro station... 
KYIV, Ukraine 
Metro station is being used as a bomb shelter in Kyiv 
Nina Poddunaya sits in a stationary subway car where she sleeps with her daughter in a metro station that is being used as a bomb shelter, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Kyiv, Ukraine, March 18, 2022. She moved into the bomb shelter after a missile hit the television tower in her neighbourhood. "I can't say that I was scarred. I lost my fear long ago," said the over 70-year-old. "I used to be a professional parachutist. I lost my fear then. Before my first jump I was so scarred, I could barely think. But then I grew with the task. And here you also cannot display your fear. You cannot allow panic to take hold. You have to find self-reliance and determination with yourself" Poddunaya said. REUTERS/Thomas Peter 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DJX7 
March 17, 2022 
Combination picture shows Luiza Borges posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part of... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Combination picture shows Luiza Borges posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DJX4 
March 17, 2022 
Combination picture shows Erica Belo da Silva posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Combination picture shows Erica Belo da Silva posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DJX5 
March 17, 2022 
Combination picture shows Valeria Festa posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Combination picture shows Valeria Festa posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DJX6 
March 17, 2022 
Combination picture shows Liliana de Oliveira Pinto posing for a picture before and after being tattooed... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Combination picture shows Liliana de Oliveira Pinto posing for a picture before and after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
GHANA-GLASSBLOWING/
RTS6Z3JW 
March 15, 2022 
The scarred hand of Ghanaian glassblower Michael Tetteh, 44, is pictured as he shapes molten glass at... 
KROBO ODUMMASE, Ghana 
Ghana's only glassblower Michael Tetteh produces glassware at his glassware manufacturing workshop, in... 
The scarred hand of Ghanaian glassblower Michael Tetteh, 44, is pictured as he shapes molten glass at his glassware manufacturing workshop in Krobo Odumase, Ghana March 15, 2022. Picture taken March 15, 2022. REUTERS/Francis Kokoroko 
CALIFORNIA-HOMELESS/
RTS6914T 
March 12, 2022 
Amon Betts, 44, displays his post surgery scars at the Fullerton Navigation Center, a homeless shelter... 
Fullerton, UNITED STATES 
Amon Betts displays his post surgery scars at the Fullerton Navigation Center, a homeless shelter in... 
Amon Betts, 44, displays his post surgery scars at the Fullerton Navigation Center, a homeless shelter in Fullerton, California, U.S., March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/David Swanson 
LEBANON-HEALTH/TATTOOS
RTS6LAWD 
March 11, 2022 
A breast cancer survivor who wished to remain anonymous gets a nipple tattoo to conceal her surgical... 
DEKWANEH, Lebanon 
A breast cancer survivor who wished to remain anonymous gets a nipple tattoo to conceal her surgical... 
A breast cancer survivor who wished to remain anonymous gets a nipple tattoo to conceal her surgical scars at Joa Antoun's studio in Dekwaneh, Lebanon March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Emilie Madi 
LEBANON-HEALTH/TATTOOS
RTS6LAW3 
March 11, 2022 
Lebanese tattoo artist Joa Antoun, draws a leafy design over surgical scars in preparation for a tattoo... 
DEKWANEH, Lebanon 
Lebanese tattoo artist Joa Antoun, draws a leafy design over surgical scars in preparation for a tattoo... 
Lebanese tattoo artist Joa Antoun, draws a leafy design over surgical scars in preparation for a tattoo on a breast cancer survivor, who wished to remain anonymous, at her studio in Dekwaneh, Lebanon March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Emilie Madi 
LEBANON-HEALTH/TATTOOS
RTS6LAVP 
March 11, 2022 
A breast cancer survivor, who wished to remain anonymous, gets a leafy tattoo to conceal her surgical... 
DEKWANEH, Lebanon 
A breast cancer survivor, who wished to remain anonymous, gets a leafy tattoo to conceal her surgical... 
A breast cancer survivor, who wished to remain anonymous, gets a leafy tattoo to conceal her surgical scars at Joa Antoun's studio in Dekwaneh, Lebanon March 11, 2022. Picture taken March 11, 2022. REUTERS/Emilie Madi 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIT9 
March 09, 2022 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIIX 
March 09, 2022 
Erica Belo da Silva reacts after getting a tattoo as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Erica Belo da Silva reacts after getting a tattoo as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIIV 
March 09, 2022 
Erica Belo da Silva poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Erica Belo da Silva poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIHI 
March 09, 2022 
Tattoo artist Luiz Fernando Mendes attends to Liliana de Oliveira Pinto, as part of the "We are Diamonds"... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Luiz Fernando Mendes attends to Liliana de Oliveira Pinto, as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIHJ 
March 09, 2022 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto reacts after getting a tattoo as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto reacts after getting a tattoo as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIET 
March 09, 2022 
Tattoo artist Luiz Fernando Mendes attends to Liliana de Oliveira Pinto, as part of the "We are Diamonds"... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Luiz Fernando Mendes attends to Liliana de Oliveira Pinto, as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIEU 
March 09, 2022 
Erica Belo da Silva poses for a picture before being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project,... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Erica Belo da Silva poses for a picture before being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIDH 
March 09, 2022 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto poses for a picture before being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds"... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Liliana de Oliveira Pinto poses for a picture before being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 9, 2022. Picture taken March 9, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIC8 
March 08, 2022 
Luiza Borges poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Luiza Borges poses for a picture after being tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DIAU 
March 08, 2022 
Valeria Festa poses for a photo after being tattooed by Karlla Mendes as part of the "We are Diamonds"... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Valeria Festa poses for a photo after being tattooed by Karlla Mendes as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DI81 
March 08, 2022 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos for women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DI6I 
March 08, 2022 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DI3V 
March 08, 2022 
Tattoo artist Magno Round attends to Luiza Borges, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which gives... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Magno Round attends to Luiza Borges, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DI3S 
March 08, 2022 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Tattoo artist Karlla Mendes attends to Valeria Festa, as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DI30 
March 08, 2022 
Valeria Festa poses for a photo before being tattooed by Karlla Mendes as part of the “We are Diamonds”... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Valeria Festa poses for a photo before being tattooed by Karlla Mendes as part of the “We are Diamonds” project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
BRAZIL-TATTOO/
RTS6DHX0 
March 08, 2022 
Before image of Luiza Borges, who was tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives... 
Sao Paulo, Brazil 
"We are Diamonds" project gives free tattoos to cover scars in Sao Paulo 
Before image of Luiza Borges, who was tattooed as part of the "We are Diamonds" project, which gives free tattoos to women with scars caused by domestic violence, accidents or medical reasons, in Sao Paulo, Brazil March 8, 2022. Picture taken March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Carla Carniel 
In the Headlines
In the Headlines 
Argentina's drought-fueled wildfires 
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SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJP 
January 29, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, sits with her children in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 29, 2022. Picture taken January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJM 
January 29, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, buys vegetables in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 29, 2022. Picture taken January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJA 
January 29, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, walks with her children along a street in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 29, 2022. Picture taken January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJ8 
January 29, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, looks on as she shops for vegetables in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 29, 2022. Picture taken January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJ4 
January 29, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, buys vegetables in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 29, 2022. Picture taken January 29, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJQ 
January 25, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, waits at a support centre in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 25, 2022. Picture taken January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
SYRIA-SECURITY/MENTAL HEALTH
RTS53UJR 
January 25, 2022 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family... 
Damascus, Syria 
Haunted by conflict, Syrian mother tries to heal mental scars 
Roda Aftan Shlash, a 42-year old mother who fled Islamic State militants in eastern Syria with her family five years ago, speaks to psychologist Dania al-Hourani at a support centre in Jaramana, in Damascus suburb, Syria, January 25, 2022. Picture taken January 25, 2022. REUTERS/Yamam al Shaar 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/WEATHER
RTS5YAMJ 
January 24, 2022 
People on horses ride past a soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
People on horses ride past a soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/WEATHER
RTS5YAMM 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DS 
January 24, 2022 
A truck used to transport grains drives past corn plantations affected by a long drought that finally... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
A truck used to transport grains drives past corn plantations affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DR 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DQ 
January 24, 2022 
A soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
A soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DP 
January 24, 2022 
A grain silo is pictured next to corn plantations affected by a long drought that finally ended this... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
A grain silo is pictured next to corn plantations affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DO 
January 24, 2022 
A soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
A soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DN 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DM 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DL 
January 24, 2022 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects a corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects a corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DK 
January 24, 2022 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DJ 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DI 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DH 
January 24, 2022 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects a corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects a corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DG 
January 24, 2022 
People on horses ride past a soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
People on horses ride past a soy plantation affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DF 
January 24, 2022 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Corn plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
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January 24, 2022 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DD 
January 24, 2022 
A corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
A corn plant affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, is pictured in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DC 
January 24, 2022 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Cattle is pictured in a farm affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
GRAINS-ARGENTINA/
RTS4W2DB 
January 24, 2022 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects soy plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month... 
25 De Mayo, Argentina 
In an Argentine field, green shoots mask scars of drought 
Agronomist Dario Sabini inspects soy plants affected by a long drought that finally ended this month by the arrival of rain, in a farm in 25 de Mayo, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina January 24, 2022. Picture taken January 24, 2022. REUTERS/Agustin Marcarian 
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