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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-HEMP MASK
RTX7UTNK
September 11, 2020
Frederic Roure, founding President of French company Geochanvre, poses with hemp stems from bales stored...
LEZINNES, France
French company Geochanvre makes compostable face masks from hemp
Frederic Roure, founding President of French company Geochanvre, poses with hemp stems from bales stored at his plant in Lezinnes, France, September 10, 2020. Picture taken September 10, 2020. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/FRANCE-HEMP MASK
RTX7UTNF
September 11, 2020
Frederic Roure, founding President of French company Geochanvre, shows hemp stems from bales stored at...
LEZINNES, France
French company Geochanvre makes compostable face masks from hemp
Frederic Roure, founding President of French company Geochanvre, shows hemp stems from bales stored at his plant in Lezinnes, France, September 10, 2020. Picture taken September 10, 2020. REUTERS/Charles Platiau
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA-SLUM
RTX7EDEN
April 19, 2020
A goat chews on the stem of a banana plant outside a closed shop, during a nationwide lockdown in India...
Mumbai, India
The Wider Image: Indians build their own lockdown barricades in the country's slums
A goat chews on the stem of a banana plant outside a closed shop, during a nationwide lockdown in India to slow the spread of COVID-19, in Dharavi, one of Asia's largest slums, during the coronavirus disease outbreak, in Mumbai, India, April 10, 2020. REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas SEARCH "CORONAVIRUS MUMBAI SLUM" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
COLOMBIA-MARIJUANA/
RTX76KTQ
October 07, 2019
An employee of the Clever Leaves company separates the cannabis leaves from the stem, at a production...
PESCA, Colombia
An employee of the Clever Leaves company separates the cannabis leaves from the stem, at a production...
An employee of the Clever Leaves company separates the cannabis leaves from the stem, at a production plant in Pesca, Colombia October 2, 2019. Picture taken October 2, 2019. REUTERS/Luisa Gonzalez
EUROPE-SUGAR/CROPS
RTS1X87B
August 13, 2018
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol...
VIS-EN-ARTOIS, France
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois
A sugar beet plant is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-SUGAR/CROPS
RTS1X876
August 13, 2018
A sugar beet is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
VIS-EN-ARTOIS, France
A sugar beet is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois
A sugar beet is seen in a field in Vis-en-Artois, France, August 13, 2018. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol
EUROPE-WEATHER/BRITAIN
RTS1O5R9
March 18, 2018
Daffodils wilt in the snow in Greenwich Park, London, Britain March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
London, United Kingdom
Daffodils wilt in the snow in Greenwich Park, London
Daffodils wilt in the snow in Greenwich Park, London, Britain March 18, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson
AMAZON.COM-SPHERES/
RTS1LO8C
January 29, 2018
A stem cutting at the new Amazon Spheres opening event at Amazon's Seattle headquarters in Seattle, Washington,...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
A stem cutting at the new Amazon Spheres opening event at Amazon's Seattle headquarters in Seattle
A stem cutting at the new Amazon Spheres opening event at Amazon's Seattle headquarters in Seattle, Washington, U.S., January 29, 2018. The Spheres, made up of 2,643 glass panels, house over 40,000 plants from 400 species. REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
THAILAND-RELIGION/
RTSQT50
October 05, 2016
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face take part in a procession...
Phuket, Thailand
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face take part in a procession...
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face take part in a procession celebrating the annual vegetarian festival in Phuket, Thailand October 5, 2016 . REUTERS/Jorge Silva
THAILAND-RELIGION/
RTSQSRH
October 05, 2016
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face takes part in a procession...
Phuket, Thailand
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face takes part in a procession...
A devotee of the Chinese Ban Tha Rue shrine with piercings of stems at her face takes part in a procession celebrating the annual vegetarian festival in Phuket, Thailand, October 5, 2016 . REUTERS/Jorge Silva
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2WI
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2WB
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2W6
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2VZ
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2VM
April 15, 2016
Buyers purchase flowers at a FloraHolland warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
RIJNSBURG, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Buyers purchase flowers at a FloraHolland warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2VI
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2VE
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2V5
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2V1
April 15, 2016
Buyers purchase flowers at a FloraHolland warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
RIJNSBURG, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Buyers purchase flowers at a FloraHolland warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2V0
April 15, 2016
An employee at FloraHolland presents flowers in a warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16,...
RIJNSBURG, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
An employee at FloraHolland presents flowers in a warehouse in Rijnsburg, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2UR
April 15, 2016
Empty trolleys are seen at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Empty trolleys are seen at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/ 
RTX2A2UP
April 15, 2016
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses...
AALSMEER, Netherlands
The Wider Image: A floral business
Flowers are prepared at a FloraHolland warehouse in Aalsmeer, the Netherlands, March 16, 2016. Warehouses are not normally tourist stops, but the century-old Royal FloraHolland depot outside of Amsterdam where millions of flowers are distributed everyday is an exception. The same tourists who flock to the flower barges in central Amsterdam get up at dawn and pay 7 euros to visit the warehouse, the size of 400 football fields, where some 20,000 different varieties of stems and plants are sold. REUTERS/Yves Herman SEARCH "HERMAN FLOWER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
THAILAND-DEFORESTATION/SHRIMP
RTX24UCK
February 01, 2016
Surakit Laeaddee holds a shrimp after shrimp fishing, at his house in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January...
LAEM FA PHA, Thailand
Surakit Laeaddee holds a shrimp after shrimp fishing, at his house in Leam Fa Pha
Surakit Laeaddee holds a shrimp after shrimp fishing, at his house in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26, 2016. Since the 1980s, a boom in shrimp farming has decimated mangroves around the world. The trend has destroyed a key ecosystem for carbon storage, added to emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide, and exposed shorelines and communities to storm surges and erosion. Now, growing consumer demand for organic and sustainable foods has spurred interest in shrimp farms like Surakit's that may stem mangrove loss and encourage planting in areas long devoid of trees. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DEFORESTATION/SHRIMP
RTX24UCH
February 01, 2016
Shrimps are seen after fishing, at Surakit Laeaddee's house in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26, 2016....
LAEM FA PHA, Thailand
Shrimps are seen after fishing, at Surakit Laeaddee's house in Leam Fa Pha
Shrimps are seen after fishing, at Surakit Laeaddee's house in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26, 2016. Since the 1980s, a boom in shrimp farming has decimated mangroves around the world. The trend has destroyed a key ecosystem for carbon storage, added to emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide, and exposed shorelines and communities to storm surges and erosion. Now, growing consumer demand for organic and sustainable foods has spurred interest in shrimp farms like Surakit's that may stem mangrove loss and encourage planting in areas long devoid of trees. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DEFORESTATION/SHRIMP
RTX24UCG
February 01, 2016
Surakit Laeaddee and his woker hold up a shrimp net at his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January...
LAEM FA PHA, Thailand
Surakit Laeaddee and his woker hold up a shrimp net at his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha
Surakit Laeaddee and his woker hold up a shrimp net at his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26, 2016. Since the 1980s, a boom in shrimp farming has decimated mangroves around the world. The trend has destroyed a key ecosystem for carbon storage, added to emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide, and exposed shorelines and communities to storm surges and erosion. Now, growing consumer demand for organic and sustainable foods has spurred interest in shrimp farms like Surakit's that may stem mangrove loss and encourage planting in areas long devoid of trees. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-DEFORESTATION/SHRIMP
RTX24UCF
February 01, 2016
Surakit Laeaddee poses for a photo in front of his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26,...
LAEM FA PHA, Thailand
Surakit Laeaddee poses for a photo in front of his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha
Surakit Laeaddee poses for a photo in front of his shrimp farm in Leam Fa Pha, Thailand, January 26, 2016. Since the 1980s, a boom in shrimp farming has decimated mangroves around the world. The trend has destroyed a key ecosystem for carbon storage, added to emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide, and exposed shorelines and communities to storm surges and erosion. Now, growing consumer demand for organic and sustainable foods has spurred interest in shrimp farms like Surakit's that may stem mangrove loss and encourage planting in areas long devoid of trees. Picture taken January 26, 2016. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
AREVA-RESTRUCTURING/TVO
RTX242LM
January 26, 2016
The unfinished Olkiluoto-3 nuclear reactor in Eurajoki, Finland, is seen in this general view taken January...
Eurajoki, Finland
A general view of the unfinished Olkiluoto-3 nuclear reactor at Eurajoki
The unfinished Olkiluoto-3 nuclear reactor in Eurajoki, Finland, is seen in this general view taken January 21, 2015. Finland's TVO, owner of the delayed Olkiluoto 3 nuclear reactor, said it is opposed to any restructuring of French plant builder Areva that does not include liabilities stemming from the project, which is running nine years late and billions of euros over budget. Picture taken January 21, 2015. REUTERS/Jussi Rosendahl
UZBEKISTAN-DRUGS/
RTR4YVUM
June 25, 2015
Members of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, get out of a minivan during an operation...
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Members of Uzbekistan's national security service get out of a minivan during an operation to destroy...
Members of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, get out of a minivan during an operation to destroy drugs at a metallurgical plant outside the capital Tashkent, Uzbekistan, June 25, 2015. Drug enforcement officers in Uzbekistan burned 1.4 tonnes of drugs on Thursday, as Central Asia's most populous nation fights to stem the flow of narcotics from neighbouring Afghanistan to Russia and further on to Europe. Heaps of drugs, including 133.3 kilos (294 pounds) of heroin and 775 kilos (1,709 pounds) of opium, were incinerated in a furnace at a metallurgical plant outside the Uzbek capital Tashkent before an audience of diplomats, workers at international organisations and reporters. REUTERS/Muhammadsharif Mamatkulov
UZBEKISTAN-DRUGS/
RTR4YVUF
June 25, 2015
A member of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, stands guard during an operation to destroy...
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Member of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, stands guard during an operation to destroy...
A member of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, stands guard during an operation to destroy drugs at a metallurgical plant outside the capital Tashkent, Uzbekistan, June 25, 2015. Drug enforcement officers in Uzbekistan burned 1.4 tonnes of drugs on Thursday, as Central Asia's most populous nation fights to stem the flow of narcotics from neighbouring Afghanistan to Russia and further on to Europe. Heaps of drugs, including 133.3 kilos (294 pounds) of heroin and 775 kilos (1,709 pounds) of opium, were incinerated in a furnace at a metallurgical plant outside the Uzbek capital Tashkent before an audience of diplomats, workers at international organisations and reporters. REUTERS/Muhammadsharif Mamatkulov
UZBEKISTAN-DRUGS/
RTR4YVUE
June 25, 2015
Drug enforcement officers and a member (R) of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, take part...
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Drug enforcement officers take part in an operation to destroy drugs at a metallurgical plant outside...
Drug enforcement officers and a member (R) of Uzbekistan's national security service, the SNB, take part in an operation to destroy drugs at a metallurgical plant outside the capital Tashkent, Uzbekistan, June 25, 2015. Drug enforcement officers in Uzbekistan burned 1.4 tonnes of drugs on Thursday, as Central Asia's most populous nation fights to stem the flow of narcotics from neighbouring Afghanistan to Russia and further on to Europe. Heaps of drugs, including 133.3 kilos (294 pounds) of heroin and 775 kilos (1,709 pounds) of opium, were incinerated in a furnace at a metallurgical plant outside the Uzbek capital Tashkent before an audience of diplomats, workers at international organisations and reporters. REUTERS/Muhammadsharif Mamatkulov
USA-STORM/CALIFORNIA
RTR4GM8D
December 03, 2014
Rain drops hang from the stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3,...
ESCONDIDO, UNITED STATES
Rain drops hang from stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California
Rain drops hang from the stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3, 2014. A major Pacific storm that broke records across Southern California as delivered a small measure of relief to the drought-stricken state. . REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA-STORM/CALIFORNIA
RTR4GM7Z
December 03, 2014
Rain drops hang from the stem of a plant along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3,...
ESCONDIDO, UNITED STATES
Rain drops hang from stem of plant along garden pathway in Escondido, California
Rain drops hang from the stem of a plant along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3, 2014. A major Pacific storm that broke records across Southern California as delivered a small measure of relief to the drought-stricken state. . REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA-STORM/CALIFORNIA
RTR4GM7X
December 03, 2014
Rain drops hang from the stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3,...
ESCONDIDO, UNITED STATES
Rain drops hang from the stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California
Rain drops hang from the stems of plants along a garden pathway in Escondido, California December 3, 2014. A major Pacific storm that broke records across Southern California as delivered a small measure of relief to the drought-stricken state. . REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
USA-MARIJUANA/NEWYORK
RTX176E7
January 08, 2014
Missy Miller (R) poses with her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January...
New York, UNITED STATES
Miller poses with her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach
Missy Miller (R) poses with her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7, 2014. Oliver suffered a brain stem injury in utero and now, at 14, has hundreds of seizures a day. For months, his family has pinned their hopes on a strain of marijuana developed in Colorado that has helped children with similar conditions. But under an executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday making New York the 21st state to allow medical marijuana, it will remain illegal to grow marijuana or to import specialized plants from other states. Patients will have little say in the marijuana they are prescribed and people like Oliver - who could benefit from a specialized strain known as Charlotte's Web that is high in the compound cannabidiol, or CBD, - would be cut out entirely. Picture taken January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
USA-MARIJUANA/NEWYORK
RTX176E6
January 08, 2014
Missy Miller holds her epileptic son Oliver (R) in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Miller holds her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach
Missy Miller holds her epileptic son Oliver (R) in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7, 2014. Oliver suffered a brain stem injury in utero and now, at 14, has hundreds of seizures a day. For months, his family has pinned their hopes on a strain of marijuana developed in Colorado that has helped children with similar conditions. But under an executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday making New York the 21st state to allow medical marijuana, it will remain illegal to grow marijuana or to import specialized plants from other states. Patients will have little say in the marijuana they are prescribed and people like Oliver - who could benefit from a specialized strain known as Charlotte's Web that is high in the compound cannabidiol, or CBD, - would be cut out entirely. Picture taken January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
USA-MARIJUANA/NEWYORK
RTX176E4
January 08, 2014
Missy Miller (R) holds her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7,...
New York, UNITED STATES
Miller holds her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach
Missy Miller (R) holds her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7, 2014. Oliver suffered a brain stem injury in utero and now, at 14, has hundreds of seizures a day. For months, his family has pinned their hopes on a strain of marijuana developed in Colorado that has helped children with similar conditions. But under an executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday making New York the 21st state to allow medical marijuana, it will remain illegal to grow marijuana or to import specialized plants from other states. Patients will have little say in the marijuana they are prescribed and people like Oliver - who could benefit from a specialized strain known as Charlotte's Web that is high in the compound cannabidiol, or CBD, - would be cut out entirely. Picture taken January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
USA-MARIJUANA/NEWYORK
RTX176E3
January 08, 2014
Missy Miller sits with her epileptic son Oliver (R) in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January...
New York, UNITED STATES
Miller sits with her epileptic son Oliver in their home at Atlantic Beach
Missy Miller sits with her epileptic son Oliver (R) in their home at Atlantic Beach, New York January 7, 2014. Oliver suffered a brain stem injury in utero and now, at 14, has hundreds of seizures a day. For months, his family has pinned their hopes on a strain of marijuana developed in Colorado that has helped children with similar conditions. But under an executive order by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday making New York the 21st state to allow medical marijuana, it will remain illegal to grow marijuana or to import specialized plants from other states. Patients will have little say in the marijuana they are prescribed and people like Oliver - who could benefit from a specialized strain known as Charlotte's Web that is high in the compound cannabidiol, or CBD, - would be cut out entirely. Picture taken January 7, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS)
FRANCE-MINING/
RTX16CK6
December 10, 2013
French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Minister Philippe Martin attends the presentation...
Paris, France
French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Minister Martin attends the presentation of the reform...
French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Minister Philippe Martin attends the presentation of the reform of France's mining code at at the energy ministry in Paris, December 10, 2013. Apart from the oil and gas sector, the reform of the mining code, which dates back to the Napoleonic era, is also aimed at facilitating the development of mining projects in France to help secure supply of mineral resources like rare earths that are seen as strategic. The interest in reviving the mining sector in France forms part of Montebourg's push to halt industrial decline, which has seen him try to stem a wave of plant closures and layoffs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
FRANCE-MINING/
RTX16CGR
December 10, 2013
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Arnaud Montebourg (L), French Ecology, Sustainable Development...
Paris, France
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Montebourg, French Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy...
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Arnaud Montebourg (L), French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Minister Philippe Martin (C) and State Councillor Thierry Tuot attend the presentation of the reform of France's mining code at at the energy ministry in Paris, December 10, 2013. Apart from the oil and gas sector, the reform of the mining code, which dates back to the Napoleonic era, is also aimed at facilitating the development of mining projects in France to help secure supply of mineral resources like rare earths that are seen as strategic. The interest in reviving the mining sector in France forms part of Montebourg's push to halt industrial decline, which has seen him try to stem a wave of plant closures and layoffs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-MINING/
RTX16CGP
December 10, 2013
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Arnaud Montebourg (L), French Ecology, Sustainable Development...
Paris, France
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Montebourg, French Ecology Sustainable Development and Energy...
French Minister for Industrial Recovery Arnaud Montebourg (L), French Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy Minister Philippe Martin (C) and State Councillor Thierry Tuot attend the presentation of the reform of France's mining code at at the energy ministry in Paris, December 10, 2013. Apart from the oil and gas sector, the reform of the mining code, which dates back to the Napoleonic era, is also aimed at facilitating the development of mining projects in France to help secure supply of mineral resources like rare earths that are seen as strategic. The interest in reviving the mining sector in France forms part of Montebourg's push to halt industrial decline, which has seen him try to stem a wave of plant closures and layoffs. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F898
March 20, 2013
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's...
Vienna, Austria
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed on Tuesday, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken March 19. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F897
March 20, 2013
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's...
Vienna, Austria
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed on Tuesday, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken March 19. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F896
March 20, 2013
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's...
Vienna, Austria
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna
The Ford logo is pictured on the rooftop of Austria's Ford head branch in Vienna March 19, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed on Tuesday, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken March 19. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88W
March 20, 2013
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales...
Cologne, Germany
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88V
March 20, 2013
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales...
Cologne, Germany
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88U
March 20, 2013
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured in a corridor at a Ford factory in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's...
Cologne, Germany
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured at a Ford factory in Cologne
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured in a corridor at a Ford factory in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88T
March 20, 2013
An advertising placard of the outgoing model of a Ford Fiesta is pictured in the Ford factory in Cologne...
Cologne, Germany
An advertising placard of the outgoing model of a Ford Fiesta is pictured in the Ford factory in Cologne...
An advertising placard of the outgoing model of a Ford Fiesta is pictured in the Ford factory in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88R
March 20, 2013
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured at a Ford factory in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales...
Cologne, Germany
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured at a Ford factory in Cologne
The logo of carmaker Ford is pictured at a Ford factory in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT LOGO)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88Q
March 20, 2013
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales...
Cologne, Germany
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne
General view of the assembly line of the new Ford Fiesta in Cologne, February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88P
March 20, 2013
A worker mounts a door to a Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne February...
Cologne, Germany
A worker mounts a door to a Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne
A worker mounts a door to a Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
AUTOS-EUROPE/
RTR3F88O
March 20, 2013
A worker mounts a seat inside a Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne February...
Cologne, Germany
A worker mounts a seat inside Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne
A worker mounts a seat inside a Fiesta ST at the Fiesta assembly line of Ford Germany in Cologne February 4, 2013. Europe's car sales fell last month to their lowest February level in at least 23 years, industry figures showed March 19, 2013, dwindling to the sort of trickle usually only seen during the August holiday when cities are empty. Ford Motor Co has been one of the biggest casualties, with sales dropping at twice the rate of the overall market's decline for a third straight month. Its sales dropped 20.8 percent to 53,660 cars. Ford is cutting back its European production capacity with three plant closures, including its Genk factory in Belgium, to stem regional losses. Picture taken February 4, 2013. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASSY
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASRJ
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASRC
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASPX
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASPE
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASPC
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
TATA-STEEL/JOBS
RTR3ASIA
November 23, 2012
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said...
Port Talbot, United Kingdom
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales
The Tata Steel plant is seen in Port Talbot, south Wales, November 23, 2012. India's Tata Steel said on Friday it would cut 900 jobs across Britain as part of a restructuring plan aimed at stemming losses in weak European markets. The group said 580 jobs would go at its Port Talbot plant in south Wales as part of proposals to restructure its management and administrative functions. It also plans to close 12 steel finishing and processing sites in England and Wales. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT)
ROMANIA/
RTR39QPQ
October 29, 2012
Wolfgang Schneider, Vice-President Ford Europe, talks to the media at the Ford car plant in Craiova,...
Craiova, Romania
Schneider, Vice-President Ford Europe, talks to the media at Ford car plant in Craiova
Wolfgang Schneider, Vice-President Ford Europe, talks to the media at the Ford car plant in Craiova, 230km (143 miles) west of Bucharest, October 29, 2012. Ford will stop making vans in Britain next year, cutting 1,400 jobs on top of 4,300 to be axed in Belgium as part of a plan by the U.S. car maker to stem European losses expected to exceed $1.5 billion this year. Wolfgang Schneider, Vice-President Ford Europe, said that the carmaker is determined to make Craiova a long term success. "Our plans for Craiova have not changed" Schneider said on Monday. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ROMANIA/
RTR39QPL
October 29, 2012
The Ford car plant headquarters is seen in Craiova, 230km (143 miles) west of Bucharest, October 29,...
Craiova, Romania
The Ford car plant headquarters is seen in Craiova
The Ford car plant headquarters is seen in Craiova, 230km (143 miles) west of Bucharest, October 29, 2012. Ford will stop making vans in Britain next year, cutting 1,400 jobs on top of 4,300 to be axed in Belgium as part of a plan by the U.S. car maker to stem European losses expected to exceed $1.5 billion this year. Wolfgang Schneider, Vice-President Ford Europe, said that the carmaker is determined to make Craiova a long term success. "Our plans for Craiova have not changed" Schneider said on Monday. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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