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  • 1945年08月15日
    建設中の同盟通信蓼科農場

    本土決戦と食糧危機に備え、長野県の蓼科高原に建設中の同盟通信蓼科農場=1945(昭和20)年8月

    商品コード: 2021052212006

  • 1946年05月24日
    天皇が2回目の放送

    1946(昭和21)年5月23日、食糧危機にあたって「同胞互いに助け合ってこの窮況を切り抜けなければならない」と国民への呼び掛けを宮中で録音する天皇陛下。放送は翌24日正午、午後7時、同9時の3回行われた。天皇の放送は終戦の詔勅以来2回目。

    商品コード: 2003041100118

  • 1947年07月05日
    飲食店が休業

    食糧危機対策で休業する飲食店のビラを見る都民=昭和22年7月5日、撮影場所不明

    商品コード: 2003122000435

  • 1975年06月21日
    清水市で深海魚の試食会

    珍しい深海魚「ホキ」。「深海魚のフライをどうぞ」-静岡県清水市三保の東海大学海洋博物館で「近づく食糧危機と海の幸展」の一環として開催された試食会。水産資源をめぐる情勢が厳しくなる中、深海漁場にも目を向けよう-との試み=1975(昭和50)年6月21日

    商品コード: 2012121100149

  • 1975年11月07日
    カメのステーキはいかが?

    カメ肉のステーキを前におっかなびっくり「案外いけるじゃない」-“食道楽”のお嬢さんたちが神妙な顔で食べているのは海にいるあのアオウミガメ。「臭みもないし、子牛の肉みたい」という。7日、全国でも初めてというカメ料理専門店が横浜市保土ヶ谷区に誕生、試食会が行われた。将来の“食糧危機”に備え、アオウミガメを養殖しタンパク資源にしよう-という試み=1975(昭和50)年10月7日、横浜市保土ヶ谷区の料亭「貴水」(参考:50年内地 7616)

    商品コード: 2013041500175

  • 1978年12月24日
    ぼくはチカダイです ぼくは食卓のニューフェイス

    こんにちわ!ぼくはチカダイです。本名は「テラピア・ニロチカ」、アフリカのナイル川が原産の熱帯淡水魚。国連食糧農業機関(FAO)が「将来の食糧危機対策として望ましい魚」の“お墨付き”(写真ニュース「ぼくは食卓のニューフェイス」5枚組の1)

    商品コード: 2015100500171

  • 1984年11月17日
    エチオピア関係

    1984年11月5日、エチオピアを襲った干ばつによる食糧危機から逃れウォロ州などに移動する数千人の難民たち。身の回りのものを担ぎ、家畜を連れている。売って食糧を購入するためだ=1984年11月17日配信(UPI=共同)

    商品コード: 2017070100347

  • 1997年12月18日
    明石康国連事務次長 北の食糧危機憂慮と明石氏

    17日、ニューヨークの国連本部でインタビューに応じる明石康国連事務次長(共同)

    商品コード: 1997121800076

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    2008年05月16日
    会見するディウフ事務局長 食糧危機で日本に期待

    記者会見するFAOのディウフ事務局長=16日午前、東京都内のホテル

    商品コード: 2008051600161

  • 2008年07月04日
    国際フォーラム 「G8は食糧危機解決を」

    札幌市で開かれた「食糧主権・気候変動に関する国際フォーラム」=4日

    商品コード: 2008070400325

  • 2008年08月12日
    朝鮮中央通信資料 北朝鮮の新しい種米づくり

    北朝鮮平安北道定州市にある農業科学研究院傘下の平安北道定州分院。食糧危機に備え、地域環境に適した種米をつくり出そうと品種改良に努める研究者=2008年8月12日(朝鮮中央通信=共同)

    商品コード: 2010121500408

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    2010年05月06日
    食糧難の世田谷区民 皇居前で「米よこせ!」

    1946(昭和21)年5月12日、配給米の遅配が続いていた東京・世田谷で「米よこせ区民大会」が開かれ、天皇に食糧危機を訴えようと皇居に向かってデモ。赤旗が初めて坂下門をくぐった。この1週間後の「飯米獲得人民大会」(食糧メーデー)では皇居前広場に約25万人が集まった。

    商品コード: 2010050600150

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    2013年03月19日
    食糧危機回避に貢献

    青森・旧藤坂試験地

    商品コード: 2013031900606

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    2013年03月19日
    食糧危機回避に貢献

    青森・旧藤坂試験地

    商品コード: 2013031900607

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    2013年03月19日
    食糧危機回避に貢献

    青森・旧藤坂試験地

    商品コード: 2013031900608

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    2013年03月19日
    食糧危機回避に貢献

    青森・旧藤坂試験地

    商品コード: 2013031900688

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    2013年03月19日
    藤坂5号 食糧危機回避に貢献

    青森県十和田市の冷害研究資料館に保存されている藤坂5号(左)と系列品種

    商品コード: 2013031900766

  • 2014年09月16日
    国民に呼び掛け 宮中で録音する昭和天皇

    食糧危機にあたって「同胞互いに助け合ってこの窮況を切り抜けなければならない」と国民への呼び掛けを宮中で録音する昭和天皇=1946(昭和21)年5月23日 「ザ・クロニクル 戦後日本の70年」第1巻使用画像(P84)

    商品コード: 2014091600384

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: People of Bangladesh are travelling to Dhaka by train in Netrokona,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305417

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: Fishermen are taking shelter inside a local fish market during vehement storm in Netrokona,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305578

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: Fishermen are returning in a local fish market during vehement storm in Netrokona,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305698

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: Madrasa children are seen in the flooded landscape of Netrokona, Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305439

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: A muslim man is praying on a boat in the flooded landscape of Netrokona.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305621

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: A muslim man is praying on a boat in the flooded landscape of Netrokona.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305692

  • 2015年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2015, Kolkata, Netrokona, Bangladesh: Netrokona a district of Bangladesh is flooded during monsoon.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305546

  • 2016年08月18日
    Slowly Sinking Sundarbans

    August 18, 2016, West Bengal, India: An woman and her child stand infront of their house which is affected by sea level rise. The region is suffering water level rise due to deforestation and climate change. As the rise in sea levels increases, the salinity in water degrades soil quality causing reduced crop yield and a food crisis. Drinking water quality is also affected, which brings with it a higher potential for diseases like cholera. (Credit Image: ツ© Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:ツ©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020100106120

  • 2016年08月26日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 26, 2016, Kolkata, Kolkata, Bangladesh: A speed boat driver is driving his boat in Bhola island,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305634

  • 2016年08月27日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 27, 2016, Kolkata, Kolkata, Bangladesh: Villagers are seen in the bank of Meghna river in Bhola Island, Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305399

  • 2016年08月27日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 27, 2016, Kolkata, Kolkata, Bangladesh: A man is carrying grass in his boat to feed cows in Bhola Island.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305717

  • 2016年08月27日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 27, 2016, Kolkata, Kolkata, Bangladesh: A man is carrying grass in his boat to feed cows in Bhola Island.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305639

  • 2016年08月27日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 27, 2016, Barisal, Kolkata, Bangladesh: Fruit sellers are carrying fruits to a floating market in Barisal,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305358

  • 2016年08月27日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 27, 2016, Barisal, Kolkata, Bangladesh: Fruit sellers are carrying fruits to a floating market in Barisal,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305705

  • 2016年08月28日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 28, 2016, Barisal, Kolkata, Bangladesh: An old man is carrying a wood log through the flood water in Barisal,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305612

  • 2016年08月28日
    Sinking Bangladesh

    August 28, 2016, Barisal, Kolkata, Bangladesh: People are cutting wood logs in the flood water in Barisal,Bangladesh.Bangladesh is highly vulnerable to Natural Disasters because of its Geographical location, Flat and low-lying landscape, Population density, Poverty etc. The low lying lands being often flooded by the rivers are not really ideal for human habitat. Seventy percent of Bangladesh gets flooded during the rainy seasons. As per the predictions, the rate of rain-fed agriculture will decrease by 50% within 2030; the resultant food crisis is going to cause a massive horror in a country like Bangladesh which is already overpopulated in cities and rural areas. (Credit Image: © Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire)、クレジット:©Supratim Bhattacharjee/ZUMA Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020092305591

  • 2019年07月17日
    Flood affected people

    July 17, 2019, Kurigram, Rangpur, Bangladesh: Acuute food crisis.Rafiq Mia is eating rice after 2 days. (Credit Image: © Habibun Nabi/ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Habibun Nabi/ZUMA Press Wire/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022010801995

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: On the beach of Beira stands a tree, which was partially uprooted by cyclone “Idai“. Exactly above the city with around 500,000 inhabitants, the tropical cyclone struck the countryside in the night of 15 March. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103027

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: People still live in this temporary tent camp near the city of Beira. Some of them were already resettled in this tent camp about a year before cyclone “Idai“ due to flooding in their area. Her home was then destroyed again by the tropical cyclone. Around 230 people live here. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102826

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Charles Grimo stands in front of his farmland near the city of Beira. The 44-year-old lost his entire harvest due to Cyclone Idai, but has since been able to grow some vegetables again. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102782

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Joao Deluis, the leader of a tent camp near the city of Beira, stands in front of his tent. The 31-year-old and his family were resettled here about a year before cyclone “Idai“. However, the camp was completely destroyed by the tropical cyclone. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102824

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Destroyed latrines of a school in Dondo, outside the city of Beira. They were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. The aid organisation Care is helping with the reconstruction of the latrines. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102805

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Destroyed latrines of a school in Dondo, outside the city of Beira. They were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. The aid organisation Care is helping with the reconstruction of the latrines. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103046

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: A temporary tent that belongs to an entire camp. People still live in this temporary tent camp near the city of Beira. Some of them were already resettled in this tent camp about a year before cyclone “Idai“ due to flooding in their area. Her home was then destroyed again by the tropical cyclone. Around 230 people live here. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103281

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Luisa Jose is in the quarter of Beira where she lives. The 70-year-old lost her house and her entire harvest to Cyclone Idai. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103284

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Helena Augusto is standing with her three-week-old baby on her arm in front of her house. The 30-year-old is one of tens of thousands of Beira residents affected by Cyclone Idai. She lost her harvest and the food she would otherwise have sold, and her house was damaged. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103030

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: People still live in this temporary tent camp near the city of Beira. Some of them were already resettled in this tent camp about a year before cyclone “Idai“ due to flooding in their area. Her home was then destroyed again by the tropical cyclone. Around 230 people live here. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103285

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Joao Deluis, the leader of a tent camp near the city of Beira, stands in front of his tent. The 31-year-old and his family were resettled here about a year before cyclone “Idai“. However, the camp was completely destroyed by the tropical cyclone. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103287

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: A destroyed classroom of a school. Cyclone “Idai“ had destroyed or damaged several schools. Many classrooms cannot be used even six months after the tropical cyclone, many children are taught in temporary classrooms and tents. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103261

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Helena Augusto is standing with her three-week-old baby on her arm in front of her house. The 30-year-old is one of tens of thousands of Beira residents affected by Cyclone Idai. She lost her harvest and the food she would otherwise have sold, and her house was damaged. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103267

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: There are still trees on Beira beach that have been uprooted by Cyclone Idai. Exactly above the city with around 500,000 inhabitants, the tropical cyclone struck the countryside in the night of 15 March. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103273

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Destroyed latrines of a school in Dondo, outside the city of Beira. They were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. The aid organisation Care is helping with the reconstruction of the latrines. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102877

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Charles Grimo stands in front of his farmland near the city of Beira. The 44-year-old lost his entire harvest due to Cyclone Idai, but has since been able to grow some vegetables again. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102821

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Charles Grimo stands in front of his farmland near the city of Beira. The 44-year-old lost his entire harvest due to Cyclone Idai, but has since been able to grow some vegetables again. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102999

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Destroyed latrines of a school in Dondo, outside the city of Beira. They were destroyed by Cyclone Idai. The aid organisation Care is helping with the reconstruction of the latrines. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091103067

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: A Beira resident is selling fish. Many of the inhabitants of the metropolis, which was hit hardest by cyclone “Idai“, lost all their belongings in the tropical cyclone and have had to find other ways to earn money ever since. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102820

  • 2019年09月03日
    Six months after tropical cyclone Idai

    03 September 2019, Mozambique, Beira: Luisa Jose is in the quarter of Beira where she lives. The 70-year-old lost her house and her entire harvest to Cyclone Idai. The damage caused by cyclone “Idai“ in Mozambique has a long-term effect. Many people have also lost their harvest - a food crisis threatens. Photo: Gioia Forster/dpa、クレジット:DPA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019091102814

  • 2020年02月04日
    バッタ襲来で食糧危機

    ケニヤ、ソマリア、エチオピア、ウガンダ、南スーダン

    商品コード: 2020020403669

  • 2020年02月04日
    バッタ襲来で食糧危機

    ケニヤ、ソマリア、エチオピア、ウガンダ、南スーダン

    商品コード: 2020020403670

  • 2020年02月04日
    バッタ襲来で食糧危機

    ケニヤ、ソマリア、エチオピア、ウガンダ、南スーダン

    商品コード: 2020020403671

  • 2020年02月04日
    バッタ襲来で食糧危機

    ケニヤ、ソマリア、エチオピア、ウガンダ、南スーダン

    商品コード: 2020020403672

  • 2020年05月20日
    住宅街のバッタ バッタ繁殖で食糧危機も

    パキスタン南部シンド州の住宅街を移動するバッタの群れ=8日(ゲッティ=共同)

    商品コード: 2020052003070

  • 2020年05月20日
    バッタの群れ バッタ繁殖で食糧危機も

    パキスタン南部シンド州の住宅街を移動するバッタの群れ=8日(ゲッティ=共同)

    商品コード: 2020052003072

  • 00:58.80
    2020年06月09日
    「新華社」イエメンでバッタが大量発生

    イエメンではこのところ、バッタが大量発生して農作物を食い荒らす「蝗害(こうがい)」に見舞われており、食糧危機がさらに深刻化している。統計によると、現在、蝗害の発生は、ザマール県やバイダー県、イッブ県、ハッジャ県など同国の西部や南部、北部の全域に及んでいる。現地の専門家は、大量発生の主な原因として、雨季の到来や戦争、封鎖による農薬の不足を挙げている。(記者/聶雲鵬)<映像内容>イエメンの蝗害の様子、撮影日:撮影日不明、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061203475

  • 2020年06月26日
    バッタの群れ払う男性 バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    ケニアでバッタの群れを追い払おうとする男性=5月(ゲッティ=共同)

    商品コード: 2020062601444

  • 2020年06月26日
    木に集まるバッタ バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    ケニアで木に集まるバッタ=2月(ロイター=共同)

    商品コード: 2020062601464

  • 2020年06月26日
    バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    バッタ被害が深刻な地域

    商品コード: 2020062604107

  • 2020年06月26日
    バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    バッタ被害が深刻な地域

    商品コード: 2020062604112

  • 2020年06月26日
    バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    バッタ被害が深刻な地域

    商品コード: 2020062604115

  • 2020年06月26日
    バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    バッタ被害が深刻な地域

    商品コード: 2020062604120

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    2020年06月26日
    イエメンのバッタの群れ バッタ襲来、食糧危機懸念

    イエメン西部ザマールに押し寄せるバッタの群れ(アナトリア通信・ゲッティ=共同)

    商品コード: 2020062604872

  • 01:42.16
    2020年09月12日
    河北省の小中学校 「光盤行動」を展開

    文明的な食事を提唱し、学生が食糧を大切にする食事習慣を育成するため、河北省石家荘市橋西区は管轄区の小中学校のキャンパスで「光盤行動」を展開した。<映像内容>授業の様子、「光盤行動」のポスター、食事風景など=2020(令和2)年9月12日、中国・河北省、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020113000938

  • 05:13.40
    2020年10月05日
    湖北省仙桃市 穀物貯蔵直属倉庫

    新華社の記者がこのほど、湖北省仙桃市の穀物貯蔵直属倉庫を訪れたところ、新しい穀物貯蔵技術が目を輝かせていた。国慶節連休中、従業員は依然として持ち場を守り、一連の穀物貯蔵ハイテクを運用し、穀物倉庫を守った。(2020年10月5日配信)<映像内容>穀物貯蔵直属倉庫の空撮、内観、インタビュー=2020(令和2)年10月5日、中国・湖北省、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020113000937

  • 03:38.09
    2020年10月07日
    「光盤行動」を提唱

    今年の国慶節連休中、上海のレストランはそれぞれの能力を発揮し、「光盤行動」を提唱し、消費者は積極的に呼応した。祭りには「倹約風」が吹いた。<映像内容>上海のレストランの様子、「光盤行動」のポスター、食事風景、インタビューなど=2020(令和2)年10月7日、中国・上海、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020113000936

  • 2021年06月21日
    総会に臨む金氏 北朝鮮「食糧危機」認める

    北朝鮮の朝鮮労働党中央委員会総会に臨む金正恩総書記(左上)=18日(朝鮮中央通信=共同)

    商品コード: 2021062110327

  • 2021年06月21日
    農作業する住民 北朝鮮「食糧危機」認める

    北朝鮮義州郡の畑で、牛を使って農作業をする住民=7日、中国遼寧省丹東から撮影(共同)

    商品コード: 2021062110322

  • 01:03.04
    2021年10月26日
    Afghanistan unveils plan to boost employment, combat food crisis: official

    STORY: Afghanistan unveils plan to boost employment, combat food crisis: official DATELINE: Oct. 26, 2021LENGTH: 0:01:03LOCATION: KabulCATEGORY: POLITICSSHOTLIST:1 various of Afghan workers seeking jobs at construction sitesSTORYLINE:Afghanistan‘s Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock on Sunday launched a plan to create jobs and fight a potential food crisis amid the continuous rise of poverty and unemployment. “More steps will be taken soon by the government to promote common prosperity for all,“ Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock Abdul Rahman Rashid told reporters. The plan was launched after it was approved by the council of ministers of Afghanistan‘s caretaker government, according to the minister. As part of the nation-wide plan, a food-for-work program was launched in Kabul province, where the country‘s capital is located, the min.....、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021102714142

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005829

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005846

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005783

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005951

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005891

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005830

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005899

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005810

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005885

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005917

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005838

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005701

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

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  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit Image: © Alberto Sibaja/Pacific Press via ZUMA Press Wire)、クレジット:©Al...

    商品コード: 2021111005333

  • 2021年11月09日
    Procession of the day of the Virgin of Almudena in Madrid

    November 9, 2021, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: In the picture the leader of right wing party, Javier Ortega Smith Madrid capital has celebrated, as on May 15 for San Isidro, another of its great days. The Almudena Day has been marked in 2021 by the return to the activities in honor of the Virgin that are more relaxed in terms of restrictions due to the pandemic. The cardinal archbishop of Madrid has started the mass in honor of the patron saint of Madrid, conveying his ‘‘joy‘‘ at being able to celebrate it, something that implies that ‘‘the worst of the pandemic has been left behind.‘‘ This year he wanted to focus on building a ‘‘culture of care‘‘ because ‘‘no one is saved alone‘‘ in the face of a health, economic, social, environmental and food crisis. ‘‘In the last year and a half we have discovered ourselves fragile and full of fear; our vulnerability has raised doubts and perplexities in us and the cracks in our lifestyles and the ways of organizing our societies have come to light,‘‘ he described. (Credit I...

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  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Fereshta Wafa, 27, is carrying her son Mohammad Yusus, 8 months, who is suffering from acute malnutrition. One of the symptoms is severe swelling and he had to have a canular inserted into his head to drain the fluid. He has been at Ataturk Childrenâs Hospital in Afghanistanâs capital city Kabul for 15 days. He has a number of medical conditions as a result of his mother also suffering from malnutrition while pregnant â an all-too common affliction in Afghanistan. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612696

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612962

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612866

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612510

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612852

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Nazdana, 2, is from Tagab, Kapissa province. He has been in Indira Gandhi Children Hospital for 20 days. He is suffering from Kwashiorkor a form of severe protein malnutrition. The defining sign of kwashiorkor in a malnourished child can be loos of skin and hair loss. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612771

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Kawsa, 18 months, is from Ghazni province. She has been in the Indira Gandhi Children Hospitail for a day. She is suffering of severe malnutrition. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612856

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She has traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa who wraps her arms around her in the photo. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612905

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She has traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa who wraps her arms around her in the photo. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612997

  • 2021年11月13日
    Food Crisis - Afghanistan Food Crisis - Afghanistan

    EDITORIAL USE ONLY - Meena, 2, was admitted to Indira Gandhi Hospital because she suffers from severe malnutrition. She has traveled 150 kilometers from Ghazni accompanied by her grandmother Bibi Hanifa who wraps her arms around her in the photo. Her mother died 18 months ago so she was only breastfed for six months. Afghanistan on November 13, 2021. Photo by Oriane Zerah/ABACAPRESS.COM=2021(令和3)年11月13日、クレジット:Zerah Oriane/ABACA/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021111612448

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