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To match Reuters Life! VIETNAM-CAT/ Featured General Print

To match Reuters Life! VIETNAM-CAT/

A cat is pictured at a residence in Hanoi January 31, 2011. While China and others in Asia ring in the lunar Year of the Rabbit this week, Vietnamese are purring about the coming Year of the Cat. Exactly why and when Vietnam dumped the rabbit and adopted the cat for its version of the 12-sign lunar zodiac taken from China is up for debate and may have been partly the result of a complex translation error. To match Reuters Life! VIETNAM-CAT/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY) - GM1E71V1NB201

To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS Featured General Print

To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS

A little girl uses play dough as nail polish during occupational therapy at the Ciudad Juarez branch of Mexico's DIF family development agency August 16, 2010. Neither Mexico's government nor the various independent groups studying organized crime keep track of the number of children dubbed "narco orphans," who have lost one or both parents to the drug war, yet with poor education already holding back Mexico's youth social workers worry about the impact on society of tens of thousands of kids growing up emotionally traumatized. Picture taken August 16, 2010. To match Special Report MEXICO-DRUG/ORPHANS REUTERS/Claudia Daut (MEXICO - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS SOCIETY) - GM1E6A705YR01

A boat is seen stranded on dry land along the Danube river bank in the city of Apatin Featured General Print

A boat is seen stranded on dry land along the Danube river bank in the city of Apatin

A boat is seen stranded on dry land along the Danube river bank in the city of Apatin, some 200 km (124 miles) north from Belgrade December 2, 2011. Record low water levels have pushed up power prices across the Balkans and may force local utilities to further boost expensive power imports to meet demand, market participants said on Wednesday. Serbia's utility Elektroprivreda Srbije (EPS) and Bosnia's second largest utility Elektroprivreda RS (EPRS) have already tapped power markets as water levels -- mainly on the Danube, Sava and Drina rivers -- have hit their lowest levels in 30 years. REUTERS/Ivan Milutinovic (SERBIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) - GM1E7C21TIT01