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A passenger (C) climbs through the window of an overcrowded bus as limited public transportation operates in the city during the ongoing fuel crisis in Kathmandu, Nepal October 9, 2015. Nepal is considering air-lifting fuel, possibly from Bangladesh, as supply routes from India stay blocked by protesters opposing its new constitution, a short-term solution ahead of a key festival even as the government talks to China for help. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)

A passenger (C) climbs through the window of an overcrowded bus as limited public transportation operates in the city during the ongoing fuel crisis in Kathmandu, Nepal October 9, 2015. Nepal is considering air-lifting fuel, possibly from Bangladesh, as supply routes from India stay blocked by protesters opposing its new constitution, a short-term solution ahead of a key festival even as the government talks to China for help. (Photo by Navesh Chitrakar/Reuters)
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12 Oct 2015 08:04:00
A camel rests at a fuel station in the Judean desert near the West Bank city of Jericho January 11, 2015. Reuters photographers from Mali to Mexico have shot a series of pictures of fuel stations. Whether it is plastic bottles by the roadside in Malaysia or a futuristic forecourt in Los Angeles, fuel stations help define our world. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)

A camel rests at a fuel station in the Judean desert near the West Bank city of Jericho January 11, 2015. Reuters photographers from Mali to Mexico have shot a series of pictures of fuel stations. Whether it is plastic bottles by the roadside in Malaysia or a futuristic forecourt in Los Angeles, fuel stations help define our world. Oil prices steadied above $48 a barrel on Tuesday, recovering from earlier losses as the dollar weakened against the euro. Oil prices have dropped nearly 60 percent since peaking in June 2014 on ample global supplies from the U.S. shale oil boom and a decision by OPEC to keep its production quotas unchanged. (Photo by Baz Ratner/Reuters)
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28 Jan 2015 12:15:00
Diesel is poured into a container at theArea 10 shopping centre in Abuja, Nigeria May 25, 2015. (Photo by Afolabi Sotunde/Reuters)

Diesel is poured into a container at theArea 10 shopping centre in Abuja, Nigeria May 25, 2015. Nigerian fuel marketers agreed to resume distribution on Monday after weeks of disruption led to chronic fuel shortages, bringing phone companies, banks and airlines to a standstill days before the inauguration of the country's new president. (Photo by Afolabi Sotunde/Reuters)
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26 May 2015 10:59:00
A Polisario fighter sits on a rock at a forward base on the outskirts of Tifariti, Western Sahara, September 9, 2016. At a rocky outpost in Western Sahara, a new generation of soldiers who have never known war are mobilising as tensions resurface in one of Africa's oldest disputes after a quarter century of uneasy peace. Young Sahrawi troops man new desert posts for the Polisario Front, which for more than 40 years has sought independence for the vast desert region - first in a guerrilla war against Morocco and then politically since a ceasefire deal in 1991. Now a standoff with Morocco, which controls the majority of Western Sahara, is renewing pressure for a diplomatic solution to ensure foot soldiers don't return to fighting as the last generation of commanders once did. The standoff since August has brought Moroccan and Polisario forces within 200 metres of each other in a narrow strip of land near the Mauritanian border. Rich in phosphate, Western Sahara has been contested since 1975 when Spanish colonial powers left. Morocco claimed the territory and fought the 16-year war with Polisario. (Photo by Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)

A Polisario fighter sits on a rock at a forward base on the outskirts of Tifariti, Western Sahara, September 9, 2016. At a rocky outpost in Western Sahara, a new generation of soldiers who have never known war are mobilising as tensions resurface in one of Africa's oldest disputes after a quarter century of uneasy peace. (Photo by Zohra Bensemra/Reuters)
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04 Nov 2016 12:09:00


DAYTONA BEACH, FL - NOVEMBER 15: Dale Earhhardt Jr., driver of the #88 National Guard/Diet Mountain Dew Chevrolet races with Joey Logano, driver of the #20 Home Depot Toyota during the NASCAR Aerodynamic and Fuel Injection Test at Daytona International Speedway on November 15, 2011 in Daytona Beach, Florida. (Photo by Jerry Markland/Getty Images for NASCAR)
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16 Nov 2011 03:20:00
Russian Tanker Renda Delivers Fuel To Nome, Alaska

In this photo provided by the U.S. Coast Guard, the Russian tanker Renda powers toward Nome, Alaska with the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy's assistance January 6, 2012 in the Bering Sea. (Photo by Sara Francis/U.S. Coast Guard via Getty Images)
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14 Jan 2012 12:35:00
Indonesian students clash with police during protests against planned fuel price hikes in Jakarta, Indonesia

A protestor gestures during clashes with police during protests against planned fuel price hikes on March 27, 2012 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Thousands of Indonesians students in big cities all over the county gathered to protest the governments plans to increase the price of subsidized fuel by 30 percent. The Indonesian parliament is currently debating the fuel hikes which would go into effect March 25, 2012 if approved. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)
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28 Mar 2012 10:13:00
Parked scooters

Parked scooters and motorcycles in a line on January 13, 2012 in London, England. Statistics showed a 12% increase in scooter registration in 2011, with cost savings on petrol, parking and congestion charge (in London) believed to be the primary factor. (Photo by Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images)
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21 Jan 2012 15:29:00