Fishermen

Fisherman cast their lines off a jetty in the early morning hours as dark clouds loom over the Atlantic Ocean, Tuesday, July 21, 2015, in Bal Harbour, Fla.

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Fisherman cast their lines off a jetty in the early morning hours as dark clouds loom over the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday, in Bal Harbour, Florida

Fishermen rest on a boat after fishing in the waters of river Yamuna during early morning in Allahabad

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Fishermen rest on a boat after fishing in the waters of river Yamuna during early morning in Allahabad, India, on Friday 

Palestinian fishermen rest after arriving back from a fishing trip at the port of Gaza City on April 21, 2015.

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Palestinian fishermen rest after arriving back from a fishing trip at the port of Gaza City on Tuesday

Indian fisherman prepare for the morning catch...epa04671103 Indian fishermen are silhuetted by the rising sun as they prepare for an early  morning catch at the banks of Narmada river in Nemawar district Dewas, 200 kilometers from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India 20 March 2015.  EPA/SAJNEEV GUPTA

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Indian fishermen are silhouetted by the rising sun as they prepare for an early morning catch at the banks of Narmada river in Nemawar district Dewas, 200 kilometers from Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India 

Fishermen from India stand behind bars in a cell, after being detained in Pakistani waters, at a police station in Karachi

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Fishermen from India stand behind bars in a cell, after being detained in Pakistani waters, at a police station in Karachi on Friday.

Fishermen move a boat that had been blown inland during a storm, by the seaside in Beirut on Wednesday

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Fishermen move a boat that had been blown inland during a storm, by the seaside in Beirut on Wednesday

Fisherman trying to catch fish next to a destroyed railway line on the flooded Shire river in Nsanjen district, Malawi. The Malawi government has declared half the country a disaster zone  after torrential rains killed at least 48 people, left 70,000 homeless, and destroyed bridges and roads.

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Fisherman next to a destroyed railway line on the flooded Shire river in Nsanjen district, Malawi. The government declared half the African country a disaster zone after torrential rain killed at least 48 people, left 70,000 homeless and destroyed bridges and roads.

Men wash before prayers at the fishing port of Conakry, Guinea, Tuesday Nov. 25, 2014. In March 2014, the World Health Organization with support from UNICEF and Doctors Without Borders vaccinated some 200,000 fishermen on islands north of Conakry, the capital, where they gather from Guinea and neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia during the fishing season. The area had been identified as a major transmission source for cholera since the fishermen set up temporary shelters and have no toilets or clean water. Guinea has recorded only one cholera case this year, down from thousands, in a rare success that experts cautiously attribute to the vaccinations against the water-borne disease, and hand-washing in the campaign against Ebola.

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Men wash before prayers at the fishing port of Conakry, Guinea’s capital. Last March, the World Health Organisation with support from Unicef and Doctors Without Borders vaccinated some 200,000 fishermen against cholera on islands north of Conakry

Indian fishermen released by Pakistan po...Indian fishermen released by Pakistan pose for a photograph as they make victory signs after arriving at a railway station in Ahmedabad on May 29, 2014. Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ordered the release of 151 Indian prisoners ahead of his historic visit to New Delhi to attend Narendra Modi's swearing-in as premier. Islamabad's move to free the prisoners -- mostly fishermen accused of violating Pakistan's territorial waters -- was welcomed by India as a diplomatic gesture ahead of the inauguration. Some 150 Indian fishermen released by Pakistan have arrived in Gujarat.  AFP PHOTO / Sam PANTHAKYSAM PANTHAKY/AFP/Getty Images

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Indian fishermen released by Pakistan pose for a photograph as they make victory signs on arriving at a railway station in Ahmedabad. Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan’s prime minister, ordered the release of 151 Indian prisoners ahead of his historic visit to New Delhi on Tuesday to attend the swearing in as premier of Narendra Modi. Islamabad’s move to free the prisoners, mostly fishermen accused of violating Pakistan’s territorial waters, was welcomed by India as a diplomatic gesture ahead of the inauguration 

Polish fisherman pull a net from the Milickie Ponds during the traditional Carp haul in Grabownica village, south-west Poland, 08 October 2013. Traditionally, carp harvest started in October, well ahead of the forthcoming Christmas season.

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Polish fisherman pull a net from the Milickie Ponds during the traditional carp haul in Grabownica village, southwest Poland on Tuesday.

Indonesian fishermen sail to the Petik laut ceremony in specially decorated boats on August 15, 2013 in Lekok Beach, Pasuruan, Indonesia. Indonesian Muslims working as fishermen take part in a tradition called Petik Laut, a ceremony in which they make offerings to God and give thanks for a plentiful harvest as part of Eid celebrations.

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Indonesian fishermen sail to the Petik Laut ceremony in specially decorated boats on Thursday in Lekok Beach, Pasuruan, Indonesia. Indonesian Muslims working as fishermen take part in a tradition called Petik Laut, a ceremony in which they make offerings to God and give thanks for a plentiful harvest as part of Eid celebrations

Fishermen push their boats transporting baskets full of fishes at a fishing harbour in the southern Indian city of Chennai June 6, 2013. India's central bank will look at other variables, and not just the wholesale price-based inflation, when deciding monetary policy at its review on June 17, Deputy Governor K. C. Chakrabarty said on Wednesday.

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Fishermen push their boats transporting baskets full of fishes at a fishing harbour in the southern Indian city of Chennai. 

Fishermen (L) paddle a traditional boat during sunset at Waiara beach in Maumere on Flores island in East Nusa Tenggara on May 20, 2013. The Indonesian government has set the ambitious target of welcoming a total of nine million foreign tourists in 2013 increasing to 10 million by 2014. AFP PHOTO/SONNY TUMBELAKASONNY TUMBELAKA/AFP/Getty Images

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Fishermen paddle a traditional boat during sunset at Waiara beach in Maumere on Flores island in East Nusa Tenggara on Monday. The Indonesian government has set the ambitious target of welcoming a total of 9 million foreign tourists in 2013 increasing to 10 million by 2014.