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  • 2021年08月14日
    Demonstration against the health pass in Paris

    August 14, 2021, Paris, Ile-de-France (region, France: Fifth weekend of demonstrations across France against the implementation of the health pass. About 250,000 people are expected throughout the country on Saturday, while the health pass is imposed since Monday in most public places. In Paris, three processions started from different points of the capital. The ‘‘yellow vests‘‘ procession gathered a few thousand people in a relatively festive atmosphere in spite of the large device of the forces of order which strictly framed the demonstration which went from the Porte Doree to the Place de Clichy. (Credit Image: © Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Jan Schmidt-Whitley/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021081501506

  • 2021年10月29日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 29, 2021, Basra, Iraq: Living in the old Jewish quarter of Basra for half a century, Younes Hazim has seen the clear water canals of the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘ turned into receptacles for garbage and sewage. ‘‘It all started with the Iran-Iraq war. From that moment on, Basra and Iraq were never the same again,‘‘ recalls the canal-side grocer. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306227

  • 2021年10月29日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 29, 2021, Basra, Iraq: ‘‘This parcel has been in our family for over a century. It was a paradise with hundreds of fruit trees. But today, nothing grows anymore,‘‘ explains Aban Ahmed, the 80-year-old patriarch. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306230

  • 2021年10月29日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 29, 2021, Basra, Iraq: A girl drinks water at a farm on the banks of the Chat Al-Arab. Although people do not usually drink running water, eating locally grown fruits and vegetables can be enough to cause illness. Mosquitoes are also vectors of transmission. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306225

  • 2021年10月29日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 29, 2021, Basra, Iraq: According to the University of Basra, the average flow of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers is now twice as low as it was before the advent of large hydroelectric projects in the four corners of their watersheds. Global warming, by decreasing rainfall, would also contribute to the drying up of Iraqi rivers. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306221

  • 2021年10月30日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 30, 2021, Basra, Iraq: Jostled by the health crisis of 2018, the authorities built at great expense an ultra-modern desalination plant that could theoretically serve half a million people with drinking water. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306223

  • 2021年10月30日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 30, 2021, Basra, Iraq: Children playing along one of Basra‘s canals. Hundreds of thousands of people, often the most disadvantaged, live along these cesspools. The city and its infrastructure are now in ruins, plagued by corruption and widespread neglect. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306224

  • 2021年10月31日
    Basra, Iraq‘s economic powerhouse, suffocates under a severe water shortage

    October 31, 2021, Basra, Iraq: The water from the sewage plant, always pestilent, is released into one of the channels of the Euphrates-Tigris Delta. .Iraq: in Basra, climate and political crises are poisoning the population .It was once called the ‘‘Venice of the Middle East‘‘. Today, faced with global warming, dams in neighboring countries (Turkey and Iran) and governmental negligence, the Iraqi province of Basra is struggling with a very serious water deficit. The health crisis of the summer of 2018, during which nearly 118,000 people were poisoned by water, was not enough to turn the situation around. (Credit Image: © Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press)、クレジット:©Sadak Souici/Le Pictorium Agency via ZUMA Press/共同通信イメージズ ※Belgium and France Rights OUT

    商品コード: 2021120306226

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