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  •  - A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:16:30 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT HEALTH)
  •  - Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:11:56 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant stays inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant stays inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:10:51 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant stays inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant receives a medical check-up in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant receives a medical check-up in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:09:27 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant receives a medical check-up in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant washes clothes in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant washes clothes in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:07:15 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant washes clothes in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:04:49 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:02:22 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment.Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo(PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/2/2012 9:06:42 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at the town square in Inapari

    Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at the town square in Inapari

    Posted: 2/2/2012 8:50:50 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at the town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants rest on a bench at the town square in Inapari

    Haitian immigrants rest on a bench at the town square in Inapari

    Posted: 2/2/2012 8:49:37 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants rest on a bench at the town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants play dominoes at the town square in Inapari

    Haitian immigrants play dominoes at the town square in Inapari

    Posted: 2/2/2012 8:47:41 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants play dominoes at the town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/2/2012 8:45:58 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT RELIGION)
  •  - Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/2/2012 6:15:10 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A group of Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at a town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A group of Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at a town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/2/2012 6:09:59 PM EST
    A group of Haitian immigrants attend a meeting at a town square in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town 1,620 km (1,005) miles southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment.Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. In just ten days, 254 Haitians have backed up in the square here at Inapari. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/2/2012 5:31:50 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants sleep at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 2, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants have been stuck in Inapari , a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, hoping to enter Brazil, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    Posted: 1/22/2012 2:58:06 PM EST
    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore January 23, 2012. Worshippers gather annually at the temple on the eve of the Lunar New Year with hopes to be the first person to offer joss sticks when the clock strikes midnight, believed to bring prosperity and luck. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
  •  - People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    Posted: 1/22/2012 2:56:07 PM EST
    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore January 23, 2012. Worshippers gather annually at the temple on the eve of the Lunar New Year with hopes to be the first person to offer joss sticks when the clock strikes midnight, believed to bring prosperity and luck. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
  •  - Works empty a bin of joss sticks as people rush to place them at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    Works empty a bin of joss sticks as people rush to place them at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    Posted: 1/22/2012 2:55:06 PM EST
    Works empty a bin of joss sticks as people rush to place them at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore January 23, 2012. Worshippers gather annually at the temple on the eve of the Lunar New Year with hopes to be the first person to offer joss sticks when the clock strikes midnight, believed to bring prosperity and luck. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
  •  - People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore

    Posted: 1/22/2012 2:48:49 PM EST
    People rush to place joss sticks at the Guan Yin temple in Singapore January 23, 2012. Worshippers gather annually at the temple on the eve of the Lunar New Year with hopes to be the first person to offer joss sticks when the clock strikes midnight, believed to bring prosperity and luck. The Lunar New Year, or Spring Festival, begins on January 23 and marks the start of the Year of the Dragon, according to the Chinese zodiac. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - File photo of a farmer working on a drought-hit paddy field in the outskirts of Chongqing municipality

    File photo of a farmer working on a drought-hit paddy field in the outskirts of Chongqing municipality

    Posted: 1/17/2012 10:37:23 PM EST
    A farmer works on a drought-hit paddy field in the outskirts of Chongqing municipality in this March 24, 2009 file photo. Global warming threatens China's march to prosperity by cutting crops, shrinking rivers and unleashing more droughts and floods, says the government's latest assessment of climate change, projecting big shifts in how the nation feeds itself. REUTERS/Stringer/Files (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE DISASTER)


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