HAITI RICE FOOD
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2080310HTIVP1 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
Haitians work in a field of rice in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP2 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
A Haitian carries rice in a field in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP3 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
Haitians work in a field of rice in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP4 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
A Haitian old woman dries rice with her feets on a grocery to process the goods in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

200803010HTIVP5 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
A Haitian old woman selects rice inside of a grocery used to process goods in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP6 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
Villagers select rice inside of a grocery used to process goods in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP7 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
Haitians work in a grocery of rice in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP8 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
Villagers work drying rice in a grocery used to process goods in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

20080310HTIVP9 RICE ARTIBONITE . MARCH 2008.
A Haitian walks crossing a field of rice in the Artibonite rural area in Haiti on March 2008. Hundred of thousands, all of them angry residents, protested by more than 10 days on the streets at the begining of April, accusing the government of skyrocketing the price of rice in the poorest country in the Americas; local media reported at least 6 people killed during the protests. VIEWPRESS/VP

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