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EUROPE-WEATHER/ITALY-DROUGHT
RTS8XTJG 
June 23, 2022 
Corn plants affected by river Po's worst drought in the last 70 years are pictured in Cocomaro di Focomorto,... 
COCOMARO DI FOCOMORTO, Italy 
Italy's longest river is affected by worst drought in 70 years 
Corn plants affected by river Po's worst drought in the last 70 years are pictured in Cocomaro di Focomorto, near Ferrara, Italy June 23, 2022. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane 
CANADA-INDIGENOUS/CHILDREN
RTS83MYD 
May 24, 2022 
Newly-planted apple trees are pictured after a ceremony remembering survivors of the Mohawk Institute,... 
Brantford, Canada 
Residential school survivors are remembered by the planting of apple trees 
Newly-planted apple trees are pictured after a ceremony remembering survivors of the Mohawk Institute, a residential school for indigenous children that operated for 136 years, with the planting of commemorative apple trees on the former grounds which is now the Mohawk Village Memorial Park in Brantford, Ontario, Canada May 24, 2022. REUTERS/Carlos Osorio 
MOTHERS-DAY/USA
RTS7OTOW 
May 08, 2022 
Tulips in bloom are pictured during the Spring BloomFest at the Stevens-Coolidge House and Gardens on... 
NORTH ANDOVER, UNITED STATES 
Spring Bloomfest at the Stevens-Coolidge House and Gardens on Mother's Day 
Tulips in bloom are pictured during the Spring BloomFest at the Stevens-Coolidge House and Gardens on Mother's Day in North Andover, Massachusetts, U.S. May 8, 2022. REUTERS/Reba Saldanha 
USA-ART/
RTS64T2K 
March 08, 2022 
Workers move some pieces of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Workers move statues of women from art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit in Washington 
Workers move some pieces of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of 3D printed lifesize statues of contemporary women scientists meant to encourage girls to seek science and technology (STEM) careers, and billed by the Smithsonian Institution as the largest-ever display of statues of women, near the National Mall in Washington, U.S. March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
USA-ART/
RTS64RTZ 
March 08, 2022 
A man moves one piece of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Workers move statues of women from art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit in Washington 
A man moves one piece of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of 3D printed lifesize statues of contemporary women scientists meant to encourage girls to seek science and technology (STEM) careers, and billed by the Smithsonian Institution as the largest-ever display of statues of women, near the National Mall in Washington, U.S. March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
USA-ART/
RTS64RU1 
March 08, 2022 
Workers move pieces of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of 3D... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Workers move statues of women from art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit in Washington 
Workers move pieces of the 120-statue art installation #IfThenSheCan – The Exhibit, a collection of 3D printed lifesize statues of contemporary women scientists meant to encourage girls to seek science and technology (STEM) careers, and billed by the Smithsonian Institution as the largest-ever display of statues of women, near the National Mall in Washington, U.S. March 8, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst 
NETHERLANDS-FLOWERS/
RTXBVPQU 
April 28, 2021 
Tulips are seen at the Keukenhof park in Lisse, Netherlands April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021.... 
Lisse, Netherlands 
Tulips are seen at the Keukenhof park in Lisse 
Tulips are seen at the Keukenhof park in Lisse, Netherlands April 28, 2021. Picture taken April 28, 2021. REUTERS/Piroschka van de Wouw 
EARTH-DAY/UGANDA-BANANAS
RTXBJ6WA 
April 16, 2021 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
MUKONO, Uganda 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement of Mukono near Kampala, Uganda, April 3, 2021. Picture taken April 3, 2021. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
EARTH-DAY/UGANDA-BANANAS
RTXBJ6W4 
April 16, 2021 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
MUKONO, Uganda 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement of Mukono near Kampala, Uganda, April 3, 2021. Picture taken April 3, 2021. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
EARTH-DAY/UGANDA-BANANAS
RTXBJ6W3 
April 16, 2021 
A worker sorts a freshly cut banana stem at a plantation for fibre extraction from the sheaths of trunks,... 
MUKONO, Uganda 
A worker sorts a freshly cut banana stem at a plantation for fibre extraction from the sheaths of trunks... 
A worker sorts a freshly cut banana stem at a plantation for fibre extraction from the sheaths of trunks, at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement of Mukono near Kampala, Uganda, April 3, 2021. Picture taken April 3, 2021. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
EARTH-DAY/UGANDA-BANANAS
RTXBJ6W2 
April 16, 2021 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
MUKONO, Uganda 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement of Mukono near Kampala, Uganda, April 3, 2021. Picture taken April 3, 2021. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
EARTH-DAY/UGANDA-BANANAS
RTXBJ6UQ 
April 16, 2021 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
MUKONO, Uganda 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement... 
Mustafa Amuri, 25, extracts fibre from the banana stem peelings at the TexFad plant in Sonde settlement of Mukono near Kampala, Uganda, April 3, 2021. Picture taken April 3, 2021. REUTERS/Abubaker Lubowa 
SPRING-CHERRYBLOSSOMS/WASHINGTONDC
RTXAYLMG 
March 29, 2021 
Kim Graf points to a flowerbed behind a bed of Tulip flowers while observing the annual cherry blossoms... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Tourists obserive the annual cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin on the National Mall in Washington 
Kim Graf points to a flowerbed behind a bed of Tulip flowers while observing the annual cherry blossoms at the Tidal Basin near the National Mall in Washington, U.S., March 29, 2021. REUTERS/Tom Brenner 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJA4 
January 15, 2021 
Fried marijuana leaves are served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
Fried marijuana leaves are served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes... 
Fried marijuana leaves are served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8X 
January 15, 2021 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8W 
January 15, 2021 
Doctor Pakakrong Kwankao from traditional and herbal medicine department carries a basket with marijuana... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
Doctor Pakakrong Kwankao from traditional and herbal medicine department carries a basket with marijuana... 
Doctor Pakakrong Kwankao from traditional and herbal medicine department carries a basket with marijuana leaves at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8V 
January 15, 2021 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8N 
January 15, 2021 
A doctor carries a basket with marijuana leaves at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A doctor carries a basket with marijuana leaves at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A doctor carries a basket with marijuana leaves at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8O 
January 15, 2021 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Pork sandwiches with marijuana leafs are seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8P 
January 15, 2021 
A bag with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A bag with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes... 
A bag with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8M 
January 15, 2021 
A basket with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A basket with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
A basket with marijuana leaves is seen at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8E 
January 15, 2021 
A customer eats a fried marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A customer eats a fried marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
A customer eats a fried marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8D 
January 15, 2021 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand'?s narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8B 
January 15, 2021 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ8C 
January 15, 2021 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MJ06 
January 15, 2021 
A marijuana leaf is fried to be served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A marijuana leaf is fried to be served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
A marijuana leaf is fried to be served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MIVL 
January 15, 2021 
A salad with fried marijuana leafs is served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A salad with fried marijuana leafs is served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused... 
A salad with fried marijuana leafs is served at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption, in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MIVM 
January 15, 2021 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption, in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva 
THAILAND-CANNABIS/
RTX8MIR2 
January 15, 2021 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
Prachin Buri, Thailand 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis... 
A chef prepares a pork sandwich with a marijuana leaf at Abhaibhubejhr hospital canteen which adds cannabis infused dishes to its menu after cannabis leaves, stems, stalks and roots were officially removed from Thailand's narcotics list, allowing basically any part of the plant except for the buds to be used for consumption in Prachin Buri province, outside Bangkok, Thailand January 15, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva - REFILE - CORRECTING YEAR TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
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. 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTX7DFM0 
April 16, 2020 
Tulips bloom on a field during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Grevenbroich, Germany,... 
GREVENBROICH, Germany 
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Grevenbroich 
Tulips bloom on a field during the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Grevenbroich, Germany, April 16, 2020. REUTERS/Thilo Schmuelgen 
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 
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