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USA-HORSE/
RTR34UJI
July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier mounts "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier mounts "Joe Black" at the organization just...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier mounts "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. Picture taken July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS AGRICULTURE FOOD)
USA-HORSE/
RTR34UJH
July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier talks to "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier talks to "Joe Black" at the organization...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier talks to "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. Picture taken July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS FOOD AGRICULTURE)
USA-HORSE/
RTR34UJG
July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier grooms "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier grooms "Joe Black" at the organization just...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier grooms "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. . REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS FOOD)
USA-HORSE/
RTR34UJ4
July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. Picture taken July 2, 2012. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS FOOD)
USA-HORSE/
RTR34UIZ
July 11, 2012
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just...
President of the Changing Leads Equine Rescue farm Tina Weidmaier leads "Joe Black" at the organization just outside Kansas City, Missouri, July 2, 2012. "Joe Black," now a 2,400 pound draft horse, was left by its owner in a pasture for a year before being brought to the farm 700 pounds underweight. The horse has since regained his weight and is up for adoption. A town in Missouri is trying to be the first of several in the United States to get a new plant to slaughter horses now that Congress has overruled animal rights groups to allow the killing for the first time in five years. U.S. slaughter of horses ended in 2007 when Congress, at the urging of animal rights groups, halted funding to inspect processing plants. The unintended result was thousands of horses abandoned or neglected, and even more enduring hundreds of miles of travel to Mexico and Canada for slaughter. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS FOOD)
YEMEN/
RTR333JU
June 04, 2012
A malnourished child lies down on a weighing machine at a therapeutic feeding center at al-Sabyeen hospital...
Sanaa, Yemen
A malnourished child lies down on a weighing machine at a therapeutic feeding center at al-Sabyeen hospital...
A malnourished child lies down on a weighing machine at a therapeutic feeding center at al-Sabyeen hospital in Sanaa June 4, 2012. REUTERS/Mohamed al-Sayaghi (YEMEN - Tags: HEALTH)
MYANMAR-HIV/
RTR32V2D
May 30, 2012
27 year-old HIV-positive Zinmar Nwe, whose husband died of AIDS, bathes at the HIV/AIDS hospice, founded...
Yangon, Myanmar
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27 year-old HIV-positive Zinmar Nwe, whose husband died of AIDS, bathes at the HIV/AIDS hospice, founded by a member of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party in the suburbs of Yangon May 26, 2012. Their plight demonstrates the painful limits of democracy in Myanmar. While the government is pursuing reforms that promise to overhaul its health ministry and other institutions, the process is too slow to bring change to its most destitute. There are few better examples than AIDS sufferers, who due to a combination of poor education, social stigma and bureaucratic mismanagement are isolated in clinics, cut off from society. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Feature MYANMAR-HIV/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)

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MYANMAR-HIV/
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May 30, 2012
U Sam Hla, a terminally ill AIDS patient rests in his hut at the HIV/AIDS hospice founded by a member...
Yangon, Myanmar
To match Feature MYANMAR-HIV/
U Sam Hla, a terminally ill AIDS patient rests in his hut at the HIV/AIDS hospice founded by a member of the National League for Democracy (NLD) party in the suburbs of Yangon May 26, 2012. Their plight demonstrates the painful limits of democracy in Myanmar. While the government is pursuing reforms that promise to overhaul its health ministry and other institutions, the process is too slow to bring change to its most destitute. There are few better examples than AIDS sufferers, who due to a combination of poor education, social stigma and bureaucratic mismanagement are isolated in clinics, cut off from society. Picture taken May 26, 2012. To match Feature MYANMAR-HIV/ REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (MYANMAR - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)

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ISRAEL-MODELS/LAW
RTR2ZMDW
March 20, 2012
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan works in his studio in Tel Aviv March 19, 2012....
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan works in his studio in Tel Aviv
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan works in his studio in Tel Aviv March 19, 2012. Israeli lawmakers have banned underweight models from catwalks and commercials, a measure they hope will reduce eating disorders and promote a healthy body image. Barkan, who collaborated with lawmaker Rachel Adato on promoting the law, said impossible standards set by the fashion industry were getting too dangerous. Picture taken March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: HEALTH FASHION POLITICS)
ISRAEL-MODELS/LAW
RTR2ZMDU
March 20, 2012
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan (R) works in his studio in Tel Aviv March 19,...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan works in his studio in Tel Aviv
Israeli fashion photographer and model agent Adi Barkan (R) works in his studio in Tel Aviv March 19, 2012. Israeli lawmakers have banned underweight models from catwalks and commercials, a measure they hope will reduce eating disorders and promote a healthy body image. Barkan, who collaborated with lawmaker Rachel Adato on promoting the law, said impossible standards set by the fashion industry were getting too dangerous. Picture taken March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Nir Elias (ISRAEL - Tags: HEALTH FASHION POLITICS)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTL
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Vishakha, who suffers from severe malnutrition, is carried at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of...
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Four-month-old Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, is carried at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTK
February 16, 2012
ATTENTION EDITORS PICTURE 26 OF 27 FOR PACKAGE 'MALNOURISHED CHILDREN IN INDIA'. TO FIND PICTURES SEARCH...
SHIVPURI, India
Mothers feed their malnourished children in the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district...
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Mothers feed their malnourished children in the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTJ
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni waits with her mother at the Nutritional Rehabilitation...
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Severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni waits with her mother at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTG
February 16, 2012
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BARAN, India
An empty malnutrition ward is seen at a government hospital in Shahbad village in Baran district
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An empty malnutrition ward is seen at a government hospital in Shahbad village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan January 31, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken January 31, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTE
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
A woman feeds her malnourished child with special food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri...
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A woman feeds her malnourished child with special food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTC
February 16, 2012
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BARAN, India
A hospital staff member shows pictures of malnourished children who were cured in a government hospital...
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A hospital staff member shows pictures of malnourished children who were cured in a government hospital in Shahbad village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan January 31, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken January 31, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXTB
February 16, 2012
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BARAN, India
A woman stands in front of a free medicine counter at a government hospital in Shahbad village in Baran...
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A woman stands in front of a free medicine counter at a government hospital in Shahbad village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan January 31, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken January 31, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
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February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
A woman plays with her malnourished child at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district...
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A woman plays with her malnourished child at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXT5
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Sakshi, who suffers from severe malnutrition, waits for her food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre...
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One-year-old Sakshi, who weighs 3.8 kg (8 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, waits for her food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXT4
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Women hold their severely malnourished children as they stand outside the Nutritional Rehabilitation...
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Women hold their severely malnourished children as they stand outside the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXT1
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Severely malnourished Rajni waits for food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district...
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Severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni, who weighs 5 kg (11 lbs), waits for food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXSY
February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Sakshi, who suffers from severe malnutrition, cries as she waits for food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation...
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One-year-old Sakshi, who weighs 3.8 kg (8 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, cries as she waits for food at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
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February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
A woman holds granddaughter Sakshi, who suffers from severe malnutrition, while waiting to receive her...
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A woman holds her one-year-old granddaughter Sakshi, who weighs 3.8 kg (8 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, while waiting to receive her medicine at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
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February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Health workers measure the height of severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni at the Nutritional...
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Health workers measure the height of severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
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February 16, 2012
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SHIVPURI, India
Vishakha, who suffers from severe malnutrition, rests on a bed at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre...
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Four-month-old Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, rests on a bed at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
RTR2XXSQ
February 16, 2012
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KASBATHANA, India
Sahariya tribe women hold their children suffering from malnutrition at Kasbathana village in Baran district...
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Sahariya tribe women hold their children suffering from malnutrition at Kasbathana village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDIA-MALNUTRITION/
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February 16, 2012
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KASBATHANA, India
A newborn baby lies in a tray inside the labour room at a government hospital in Kasbathana village in...
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A newborn baby wrapped in bandages lies in a tray just after delivery inside the labour room at a government hospital in Kasbathana village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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Vishakha, who suffers from severe malnutrition, rests on a bed next to her mother at the Nutritional...
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Four-month-old Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, rests on a bed next to her mother at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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February 16, 2012
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Four-month-old Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, has her picture taken as she lies on a bed at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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A health worker takes a picture of severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni, at the Nutritional...
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A health worker takes a picture of severely malnourished two-year-old girl Rajni, on her admission at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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February 16, 2012
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A malnourished Sahariya tribe child is seen outside his house at Kasbathana village in Rajasthan
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A malnourished Sahariya tribe child is seen outside his house at Kasbathana village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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February 16, 2012
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A woman stands next to a board displaying before-and-after treatment pictures of severely malnourished children at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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Four-month-old Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, rests on a bed at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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February 16, 2012
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A woman sits next to her severely malnourished son at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri...
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A woman sits next to her severely malnourished son at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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A woman feeds her four-month-old daughter Vishakha, who weighs 2.3 kg (5 lbs) and suffers from severe malnutrition, at the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre of Shivpuri district in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY)
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Sahariya tribe children attend class at a school at Kasbathana village in Baran district in Rajasthan...
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Sahariya tribe children attend class at a school at Kasbathana village in Baran district in the northwestern state of Rajasthan February 1, 2012. India has failed to reduce its high prevalence of child malnutrition despite its economy doubling between 1990 and 2005 to become Asia's third largest. A government-supported survey last month said 42 percent of children under five are underweight - almost double that of sub-Saharan Africa - compared to 43 percent five years ago. The statistic - which means 3,000 children dying daily due to illnesses related to poor diets - forced Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to admit last month that malnutrition was "a national shame" and was putting the health of the nation in jeopardy. Picture taken February 1, 2012. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY POVERTY EDUCATION)
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September 17, 2011
A boy from the Darfur region makes mud blocks in Khartoum September 17, 2011. Many people in Darfur live...
Khartoum, Sudan
A boy from the Darfur region makes mud blocks in Khartoum
A boy from the Darfur region makes mud blocks in Khartoum September 17, 2011. Many people in Darfur live in slums outside Khartoum and try to make a living by selling mud bricks or performing other small jobs. REUTERS/Mohamed Nureldin Abdallah (SUDAN - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY)
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August 26, 2011
An internally displaced woman attends to her malnourished children outside their makeshift shelter at...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Internally displaced woman attends to her malnourished children outside their makeshift shelter at a...
An internally displaced woman attends to her malnourished children outside their makeshift shelter at a temporary camp in Hodan district of Somalia's capital Mogadishu August 26, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
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August 26, 2011
An internally displaced woman carries her malnourished child outside their makeshift shelter at a temporary...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Internally displaced woman carries her malnourished child outside their makeshift shelter at a temporary...
An internally displaced woman carries her malnourished child outside their makeshift shelter at a temporary camp in Hodan district of Somalia's capital Mogadishu August 26, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST)
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August 25, 2011
An internally displaced malnourished child receives treatment inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced malnourished child receives treatment inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir...
An internally displaced malnourished child receives treatment inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 25, 2011. The African Union will hold a much delayed summit on Thursday to raise money to ease the Horn of Africa's famine after mounting criticism over the continent's weak response to the disaster, which has already killed tens of thousands of people. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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August 25, 2011
Recovering malnourished children sit along the corridors of the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Recovering malnourished children sit along the corridors of the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital...
Recovering malnourished children sit along the corridors of the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 25, 2011. The African Union will hold a much delayed summit on Thursday to raise money to ease the Horn of Africa's famine after mounting criticism over the continent's weak response to the disaster, which has already killed tens of thousands of people. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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August 22, 2011
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial...
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 22, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS HEALTH)
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August 22, 2011
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial...
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside a paediatric ward at the Banadir hosptial in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 22, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS HEALTH)
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August 22, 2011
A paramedic attends to an internally displaced malnourished child at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A paramedic attends to an internally displaced malnourished child at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's...
A paramedic attends to an internally displaced malnourished child at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 22, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS HEALTH)
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August 22, 2011
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir...
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished child inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, August 22, 2011. Thousands of internally displaced people have been making the treacherous journey from the worst-hit drought areas, mostly under the control of rebels, to Mogadishu to seek access to food and medication. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT DISASTER POLITICS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 20, 2011
A child waits for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a settlement for displaced people, in Mogadishu August...
Mogadishu, multiple countries
A child waits for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a settlement for displaced people, in Mogadishu
A child waits for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a settlement for displaced people, in Mogadishu August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (SOMALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST DISASTER HEALTH SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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August 20, 2011
A woman looks after her children as they wait for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a camp for displaced...
Mogadishu, multiple countries
A woman looks after her children as they wait for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a camp for displaced...
A woman looks after her children as they wait for medical care at Camp Seyidka, a camp for displaced people, in Mogadishu August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (SOMALIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST DISASTER)
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August 18, 2011
A starving Somali child is given water in Baidoa December 15, 1992. Photo taken December 15, 1992. REUTERS/Yannis...
Baidoa, Somalia
A starving Somali child is given water in Baidoa
A starving Somali child is given water in Baidoa December 15, 1992. Photo taken December 15, 1992. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (SOMALIA - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY HEALTH)
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August 03, 2011
A malnourished Somali child rests inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A malnourished Somali child rests inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu...
A malnourished Somali child rests inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu, August 3, 2011. The Horn of Africa food crisis shows the need to provide the world's poor with better access to family planning as part of efforts to prevent future tragedies, the head of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) said. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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August 03, 2011
A malnourished Somali child sleeps inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu,...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A malnourished Somali child sleeps inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu...
A malnourished Somali child sleeps inside the paediatric ward at the Banadir hospital in southern Mogadishu, August 3, 2011. The Horn of Africa food crisis shows the need to provide the world's poor with better access to family planning as part of efforts to prevent future tragedies, the head of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) said. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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August 02, 2011
An internally displaced Somali family stand in front of their makeshift shelter in south Mogadishu in...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced Somali family stand in front of their makeshift shelter in south Mogadishu in...
An internally displaced Somali family stand in front of their makeshift shelter in south Mogadishu in Hodan district August 2, 2011. More than 10 millions people have been affected by the worst drought in 60 years in the Horn of Africa, which has affected northern Kenya, south Somalia, Ethiopia and Djibouti. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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July 28, 2011
An unidentified severely malnourished Somali refugee child rests inside a ward at the Medecins Sans Frontieres...
Dadaab, Kenya
An unidentified severely malnourished Somali refugee child rests inside a ward at the MSF hospital at...
An unidentified severely malnourished Somali refugee child rests inside a ward at the Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) hospital at the Dagahale refugee camp in Dadaab, near the Kenya-Somalia border, July 28, 2011. Aid groups, which have been clamoring for money to help famine-stricken Somalia, are struggling to reach millions in the affected areas. Some 3.7 million Somalis risk starvation in two regions of south Somalia controlled by Islamist al Shabaab militants. Yet more than 2 million of them have not received any help. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (KENYA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST DISASTER HEALTH)
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July 22, 2011
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished son at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital...
Mogadishu, Somalia
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished son at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital...
An internally displaced woman holds her malnourished son at the Banadir hospital in Somalia's capital Mogadishu, July 22, 2011. Islamist rebels in Somalia -- who control the parts of the country where famine was declared this week -- have said aid agencies they expelled from those areas last year cannot return, reversing a previous pledge. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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July 17, 2011
A woman holds a malnourished baby in Banadir hospital in Mogadishu, July 17, 2011. One in 10 children...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A woman holds a malnourished baby in Banadir hospital in Mogadishu
A woman holds a malnourished baby in Banadir hospital in Mogadishu, July 17, 2011. One in 10 children in parts of drought-hit Somalia is at risk of starving to death, twice as many as recently as March, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Wednesday. Malnutrition rates were believed to be significantly higher in other conflict-torn parts of central and southern Somalia, where few aid groups have been allowed to bring food relief. REUTERS/Feisal Omar (SOMALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SOMALIA
RTR2OKXC
July 07, 2011
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu July 7, 2011. The United...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu July 7, 2011. The United Nations says 2.8 million people in Somalia need emergency aid after the worst drought in 60 years hit the Horn of Africa region. In the worst-hit areas, one in three children is suffering from malnutrition. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
SOMALIA
RTR2OKWY
July 07, 2011
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu July 7, 2011. The United...
Mogadishu, Somalia
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu
A woman holds her malnourished child on arrival at Banadir hospital in Mogadishu July 7, 2011. The United Nations says 2.8 million people in Somalia need emergency aid after the worst drought in 60 years hit the Horn of Africa region. In the worst-hit areas, one in three children is suffering from malnutrition. REUTERS/Ismail Taxta (SOMALIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA-GURU/
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June 07, 2011
India's yoga guru Swami Ramdev performs yoga during his fast against corruption in the northern Indian...
Haridwar, India
India's yoga guru Swami Ramdev performs yoga during his fast against corruption in the northern Indian...
India's yoga guru Swami Ramdev performs yoga during his fast against corruption in the northern Indian town of Haridwar June 7, 2011. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said on Monday he had no alternative but to send police to forcibly end a peaceful anti-graft protest by Ramdev and thousands of his followers, hours after the country's top court called on the government to justify its actions. Around 600 police used batons and tear gas early on Sunday to break up a mass hunger strike led by Swami Ramdev in New Delhi, detaining the TV star before putting him on a plane to his home state. Dozens of followers and police were injured. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS HEALTH IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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May 12, 2011
A Salvadoran nurse trains Saul Perez, 20, during the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A Salvadoran nurse trains Saul Perez during the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity Hospital...
A Salvadoran nurse trains Saul Perez, 20, during the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity Hospital in San Salvador May 11, 2011. The "Kangaroo Mother" program is a technique used for the care of babies who were born premature and underweight. Doctors say the body- to-body contact helps to increase the baby's weight and fosters a better relationship between the newborn and his mother, for better growth development. In the National Maternity Hospital of El Salvador, 13,335 women gave birth in 2010 and 18% of children born prematurely, according to data from the Maternity Hospital of El Salvador. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ELSALVADOR/
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May 12, 2011
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program in San Salvador
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity Hospital in San Salvador May 11, 2011. The "Kangaroo Mother" program is a technique used for the care of babies who were born premature and underweight. Doctors say the body- to-body contact helps to increase the baby's weight and fosters a better relationship between the newborn and his mother, for better growth development. In the National Maternity Hospital of El Salvador, 13,335 women gave birth in 2010 and 18% of children born prematurely, according to data from the Maternity Hospital of El Salvador. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
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