Crops

Unemployed people load cabbage at the state vegetable factory's field during a harvest, in the outskirts of Minsk. Unemployed people are invited to help out in the factory's harvest and are paid at the end of the day with 90 thousand Belarussian roubles ($9.80). All the factory's employees, including engineers and office workers, have to work at least several days in a field without extra pay, to help gather the harvest before the first frost.

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Unemployed people pick cabbages at a state-owned vegetable factory on the outskirts of Minsk, Belarus, for $9.80 a day. All the factory’s employees, including engineers and office staff, also have to work at least several days in the fields without extra pay to bring in the vegetables before the first frost.

Indian women protect themselves standing under tree during rain in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Monsoon rains, that lash India from June to September, are considered crucial for farmers whose crops feed millions of people.

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Indian women shelter under a tree during a downpour in Hyderabad, India, on Tuesday. Monsoon rains, which lash India from June to September, are considered crucial to farmers whose crops feed millions of people.

A women rides on her horse past a blooming rapeseed fields in bloom near Ottbergen, northern Germany, Tuesday, May 21, 2013. (AP Photo/dpa, Julian Stratenschulte)

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A women rides her horse past rapeseed fields in bloom near Ottbergen, northern Germany, on Tuesday.