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This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
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This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
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This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows children looking on as an Indonesian worker collects rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows children looking on as an Indonesian worker collects rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
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This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
This picture taken on April 20, 2018 shows an Indonesian worker collecting and burning rubbish along the banks of the Citarum river, dubbed the 'world's dirtiest river', near the city of Bandung in West Java. - Now faced with a health emergency after decades of failed clean-up efforts, Jakarta is stepping in with a seemingly impossible goal: make the Citarum's water drinkable by 2025.
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Fishermen on board of their boat show the sea cucumbers they have just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen on board of their boat show the sea cucumbers they have just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Fishermen unload sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen unload sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, are processed, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, are processed, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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A man processes sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
A man processes sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Fishermen process sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen process sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Fishermen weight a plastic crate loaded with sea cucumbers, they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen weight a plastic crate loaded with sea cucumbers, they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Fishermen carry a plastic crate loaded with sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen carry a plastic crate loaded with sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Fishermen process sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Fishermen process sea cucumbers they just collected from the ocean, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, are processed, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
Sea cucumbers, just collected from the ocean, are processed, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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A fisherman remains in his boat after collecting sea cucumbers, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
A fisherman remains in his boat after collecting sea cucumbers, a day before the legal fishing season ends, in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico on April 20, 2018. - The sea cucumber is a protected species but its high value in the Asian markets has generated an over-exploitation. The Mexican Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Rural Development and Fisheries (SAGARPA) has had to strengthen management measures for the conservation and responsible fishing practice of this species.
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Sir Iqbal Sacranie speaks at the Muslim Leadership Dinner at The Millennium Mayfair Hotel, in London, United Kingdom on April 20, 2018.
Sir Iqbal Sacranie speaks at the Muslim Leadership Dinner at The Millennium Mayfair Hotel, in London, United Kingdom on April 20, 2018.
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