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Keywording images - 10 May 2007
Keywording images - 10 May 2007
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
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May 10, 2007
A Palestinian youth throws a stone at an Israeli military vehicle during a military operation in the...
Jenin, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian youth throws a stone at an Israeli military vehicle during a military operation in the...
A Palestinian youth throws a stone at an Israeli military vehicle during a military operation in the West Bank village of Qabatiya, near Jenin May 10, 2007. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK)
USA
RTR1PJ4S
September 10, 2005
A parking lot full of abandoned cars sitting in water, oil, and sewage in the Parish of St. Bernard in...
Orleans, UNITED STATES
Abandoned and flooded cars rest in St Bernard Parish in New Orleans, Louisiana
A parking lot full of abandoned cars sitting in water, oil, and sewage in the Parish of St. Bernard in New Orleans, Louisiana, September 10, 2005. With pumps slowly emptying New Orleans of the flood waters that turned it into a ghost town, the death count from Hurricane Katrina grew on Saturday, although to nowhere near the level apprehensive officials had feared. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson AF/PN BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL
RTR1PJ4O
May 10, 2007
A Palestinian youth (C) is helped during an Israeli military operation in the West Bank village of Qabatiya...
Jenin, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian youth is helped during an Israeli military operation in the West Bank village of Qabatiya...
A Palestinian youth (C) is helped during an Israeli military operation in the West Bank village of Qabatiya near Jenin May 10, 2007. The youth was injured by Israeli forces during the operation on Thursday, according to witnesses. REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK)
KOREA-NORTH/REFUGEES-THAILAND
RTR1PJ46
May 10, 2007
An asylum seeker from North Korea looks past a six-month-old infant after both were detained by police...
Chiang Saen, Thailand
An asylum seeker from North Korea looks past a six-month-old infant after both were detained by police...
An asylum seeker from North Korea looks past a six-month-old infant after both were detained by police along the Thai-Lao border town of Chiang Saen, in Thailand's Chiang Rai province, May 10, 2007. A group of six adults and two children were detained by the Thai Navy and Marine police while traveling down the Mekong River in the notorious Golden Triangle. The asylum seekers journeyed for 12 days, from China-Burma-Lao to Thailand, in hopes of finding refuge in South Korea. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (THAILAND)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PJ3U
May 10, 2007
A goat walks towards another goat resting on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island,...
LANYU, Taiwan
Goat walks on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island in Taiwan
A goat walks towards another goat resting on top of a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 10, 2007. Goats and pigs roam freely around Lanyu Island. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speaks their own distinct tribal tongue, lived as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
CHINA-HEALTH/FOODSAFETY
RTR1PJ3E
May 10, 2007
Pet food is displayed for sale at a supermarket in Beijing May 10, 2007. China announced a food industry...
Beijing, China
Pet food is displayed for sale at a supermarket in Beijing
Pet food is displayed for sale at a supermarket in Beijing May 10, 2007. China announced a food industry clean-up on Wednesday after exports of a contaminated ingredient in pet food drew global attention to insufficient product controls. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
KASHMIR
RTR1PJ35
May 10, 2007
Mohammed Akhtar-ul-Islam (R) and Mohammed Yasin, suspected Pakistani militants, drink water during a...
Shariefabad, India
Akhtar-ul-Islam and Yasin suspected Pakistani militants drink water during a news conference in Shariefabad...
Mohammed Akhtar-ul-Islam (R) and Mohammed Yasin, suspected Pakistani militants, drink water during a news conference in an Indian army garrison in Shariefabad on the outskirts of Srinagar May 10, 2007. The army says Yasin and Mohammed Akhtar-ul-Islam are two Pakistani militants from Lashkar-e-Taiba, a Pakistan based militant organisation battling Indian rule in Kashmir. They were arrested by troops during a gun battle in a forested area of northern Kashmir. Five other separatist militants were killed, the Indian army said. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
ITALY/
RTR1PJ2Z
May 10, 2007
Giusy Balsamo (R) and Livio Greco of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance...
OSTUNI, Italy
Balsamo and Greco of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance outside the town...
Giusy Balsamo (R) and Livio Greco of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance to the tambourine of Piero Balsamo (L) while rehearsing in the countryside outside the town of Ostuni May 6, 2007. The "Pizzica Pizzica" is a form of tarantella dance from the regions of southern Apulia and eastern Basilicata. Its origins were as a form of Pagan rhythmic exorcism by farm workers from the bite of a poisonous spider. Picture taken May 6, 2007. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY)
CHINA/
RTR1PJ2X
May 10, 2007
Students look at replica guns detained by local police during an awareness activity in Nanjing, capital...
Nanjing, China
Students look at replica guns detained by local police during an awareness activity in Nanjing
Students look at replica guns detained by local police during an awareness activity in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu province, May 10, 2007. REUTERS/Sean Yong (CHINA)
ITALY/
RTR1PJ2T
May 10, 2007
Giusy Balsamo and Piero Balsamo (R) of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance...
OSTUNI, Italy
Balsamo and Balsamo of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance outside the town...
Giusy Balsamo and Piero Balsamo (R) of the folk ensemble Iazzabbanna perform the Pizzica Pizzica dance to the tambourine of Livio Greco (L) while rehearsing in the countryside outside the town of Ostuni May 6, 2007. The "Pizzica Pizzica" is a form of tarantella dance from the regions of southern Apulia and eastern Basilicata. Its origins were as a form of Pagan rhythmic exorcism by farm workers from the bite of a poisonous spider. Picture taken May 6, 2007. REUTERS/Daniele La Monaca (ITALY)
PHILIPPINES
RTR1PJ2M
May 10, 2007
A soldier walks past election posters while departing a neighbourhood he was helping to guard in Manila...
Manila, Philippines
A soldier walks past election posters while departing a neighbourhood he was helping to guard in Manila...
A soldier walks past election posters while departing a neighbourhood he was helping to guard in Manila May 10, 2007. The Philippine military is pulling its soldiers out from impoverished communities in the city ahead of next week's local elections after criticism that their presence could influence voting.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP
RTR1PJ23
May 10, 2007
A part of the Bulguksa temple in Kyongju, about 280 km (175 miles) southeast of Seoul, is seen in this...
Kyongju, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP
A part of the Bulguksa temple in Kyongju, about 280 km (175 miles) southeast of Seoul, is seen in this May 5, 2007 photo. The ancient Korean capital of Kyongju's past is reflected in the royal burial mounds from over 1,000 years ago. Its future, by popular local acclaim, will be as the country's biggest nuclear waste dump.To match feature KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP
RTR1PJ25
May 10, 2007
A part of the Bulguksa temple in Kyongju, about 280 km (175 miles) southeast of Seoul, is seen in this...
Kyongju, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP
A part of the Bulguksa temple in Kyongju, about 280 km (175 miles) southeast of Seoul, is seen in this May 5, 2007 photo. The ancient Korean capital of Kyongju's past is reflected in the royal burial mounds from over 1,000 years ago. Its future, by popular local acclaim, will be as the country's biggest nuclear waste dump.To match feature KOREA-NUCLEAR/DUMP REUTERS/Jon Herskovitz (SOUTH KOREA)
BRITAIN-BLAIR/
RTR1PJ1U
May 10, 2007
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2007. Prime Minister Tony Blair will...
London, United Kingdom
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2007. Prime Minister Tony Blair will announce when he will step down on Thursday, 10 years after winning power in what was hailed as a new dawn for Britain that has since been darkened by the Iraq war. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-BLAIR/
RTR1PJ1R
May 10, 2007
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2007. Prime Minister Tony Blair announces...
London, United Kingdom
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London
A cleaner polishes the door of 10 Downing Street in London May 10, 2007. Prime Minister Tony Blair announces when he will step down on Thursday, 10 years after winning power in what was hailed as a new dawn for Britain that has since been darkened by the Iraq war. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez (BRITAIN)
JAPAN/
RTR1PJ1K
May 10, 2007
An employee of Ginza Tanaka presents the "Gundam Fix Platinum' at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo May...
Tokyo, Japan
Employee of Ginza Tanaka presents the "Gundam Fix Platinum' at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo
An employee of Ginza Tanaka presents the "Gundam Fix Platinum' at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo May 10, 2007. Japanese jewellery maker Ginza Tanaka and toy maker Bandai Co. Ltd on Thursday unveiled a miniature of Japan's famous robot animation character "Gundam" made of 1,400 grams (45 oz) of pure platinum at about 130mm (5 inches) tall. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
VIETNAM/SNAKE
RTR1PJ1C
May 10, 2007
A copperhead snake is displayed before being slaughtered at a restaurant at Le Mat, dubbed "Snake Village",...
Le Mat, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM/SNAKE
A copperhead snake is displayed before being slaughtered at a restaurant at Le Mat, dubbed "Snake Village", some 10 km (6 miles) east of Hanoi May 9, 2007. Le Mat, a village of new houses, old shanty homes, winding alleys and ancient temples with Chinese-style roofs, is known for consuming snake meat as well as using the serpents for medicinal purposes and its supposed qualities as an aphrodisiac for men. To match feature VIETNAM/SNAKE REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
LONESTAR-TOKYOSTAR
RTR1PJ0F
May 10, 2007
A pedestrian walks past a signboard of Tokyo Star Bank at its branch in Tokyo May 10, 2007. Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
A pedestrian walks past a signboard of Tokyo Star Bank at its branch in Tokyo
A pedestrian walks past a signboard of Tokyo Star Bank at its branch in Tokyo May 10, 2007. Japanese buyout firm Advantage Partner LLP is in the lead to buy as much as a two-thirds stake in Tokyo Star Bank Ltd. from U.S. private equity firm Lone Star, a source familiar with the matter said on Thursday. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)
AUSTRALIA-BID/
RTR1PJ0D
May 10, 2007
Two Qantas planes pass each other on the runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport May...
Sydney, Australia
Two Qantas planes pass each other on the runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport
Two Qantas planes pass each other on the runway at Sydney's Kingsford Smith International Airport May 10, 2007. Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd indicated it would not back a new takeover offer pitched at the same price as the failed A$11 billion (US$9 billion) bid from a consortium that included Macquarie Bank Ltd, private equity firm Texas Pacific Group, Allco Finance Group, Allco Equity Partners and Canadian investment firm Onex Corp. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA)
ECONOMY-CHINA/Q2
RTR1PJ0B
May 10, 2007
A woman performs Tai Chi, a traditional form of Chinese martial arts, at a park in Beijing's financial...
Beijing, China
A woman performs Tai Chi at a park in Beijing's financial district
A woman performs Tai Chi, a traditional form of Chinese martial arts, at a park in Beijing's financial district May 10, 2007. China's gross domestic product is forecast to rise 10.8 percent in the second quarter of 2007, while the consumer price index is expected to gain 3 percent over the period, the State Information Center said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
ECONOMY-CHINA/Q2
RTR1PJ01
May 10, 2007
A labourer works at a clothing processing plant in Hefei, Anhui province, May 10, 2007. China's gross...
Hefei, China
Labourer works at a clothing processing plant in Hefei
A labourer works at a clothing processing plant in Hefei, Anhui province, May 10, 2007. China's gross domestic product is forecast to rise 10.8 percent in the second quarter of 2007, while the consumer price index is expected to gain 3 percent over the period, the State Information Center said. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZZ
May 10, 2007
Fish eyeballs and roe, a local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles)...
LANYU, Taiwan
Fish eyeballs and roe, local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu or Orchid Island
Fish eyeballs and roe, a local delicacy, are pictured in Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. The eyeballs and roe are eaten raw and are fondly referred to as "sashimi" dipped in wasabi. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZF
May 10, 2007
A dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's...
LANYU, Taiwan
Dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island
A dog walks past newly-caught fish at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIZK
May 10, 2007
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's...
LANYU, Taiwan
Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu or Orchid Island
A Yami woman prepares fish for drying at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
HURRICANE-SEASON
RTR1PIYW
May 10, 2007
A footprint is seen at the beach of Pass Christian, Mississippi, on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A footprint is seen at the beach of Pass Christian
A footprint is seen at the beach of Pass Christian, Mississippi, on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIYN
May 10, 2007
A notice is seen on a fence on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A notice is seen on a fence where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in...
A notice is seen on a fence on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIYI
May 10, 2007
Religious pictures are found on the floor on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
Religious pictures are found on the floor where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the...
Religious pictures are found on the floor on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIY6
May 10, 2007
A couple sit at a beach in Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A couple sit at a beach in Pass Christian
A couple sit at a beach in Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXX
May 10, 2007
A man walks next to a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A man walks next to a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass...
A man walks next to a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXW
May 10, 2007
A toilet is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A toilet is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast...
A toilet is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXU
May 10, 2007
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in...
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIY0
May 10, 2007
A group of men gather at a beach in Pass Christian, Mississippi on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A group of men gather at a beach in Pass Christian
A group of men gather at a beach in Pass Christian, Mississippi on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXN
May 10, 2007
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in...
A damaged McDonald's signboard is seen on May 9, 2007, nearly two years after hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXH
May 10, 2007
A damaged vehicle is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A damaged vehicle is seen, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass...
A damaged vehicle is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXK
May 10, 2007
A man stands near a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A man stands near a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass...
A man stands near a damaged dock, nearly two years after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXD
May 10, 2007
A man walks along the coast at an empty beach at Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007. There is an...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
A man walks along the coast at an empty beach at Pass Christian, Mississippi
A man walks along the coast at an empty beach at Pass Christian, Mississippi May 9, 2007. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
HURRICANE SEASON
RTR1PIXC
May 10, 2007
The stairs of a house is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at...
Pass Christian, UNITED STATES
The stairs of a house is seen, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast...
The stairs of a house is seen on May 9, 2007, where a house stood before Hurricane Katrina struck at the Gulf Coast in Pass Christian, Mississippi. There is an above-average chance that a major hurricane will hit the U.S. Gulf Coast this year, marking a possible return to the destructive seasons of 2004 and 2005, leading storm forecasters predicted on Tuesday. Hurricanes in 2005 devastated New Orleans and other parts of the Gulf Coast, and knocked out a swath of the country's offshore oil platforms and coastal refineries, pushing oil prices to then-record highs. In 2004, four strong hurricanes struck Florida, the country's biggest citrus producer. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (UNITED STATES)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIWN
May 10, 2007
A Yami native cleans his fishing net beside his traditional boat known locally as a "tatala" at Lanyu,...
LANYU, Taiwan
Yami native cleans his fish net beside his traditional boat at Lanyu or Orchid Island
A Yami native cleans his fishing net beside his traditional boat known locally as a "tatala" at Lanyu, or Orchid Island, about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefer to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIW7
May 10, 2007
A boy plays on a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's...
LANYU, Taiwan
Boy plays on concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island
A boy plays on a concrete breakwater at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 kms (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung May 9, 2007. Lanyu is home to the aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent known as Yami. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN/
RTR1PIW0
May 10, 2007
Shyaman Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km (40 miles) from...
LANYU, Taiwan
Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km from Taiwan's southeastern...
Shyaman Vengayen, a Yami native, dries salted fish at Lanyu or Orchid Island about 65 km (40 miles) from Taiwan's southeastern coastal city of Taitung, May 9, 2007. Yami, who prefers to be called "Tao", is an aboriginal tribe of Polynesian descent. The tribe, who speak their own distinct tribal tongue, live as fishermen, supplementing their diet with taro and other root crops. Picture taken May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN)
USA/TROPICAL-STORM-ANDREA
RTR1PIVO
May 10, 2007
Surfer Jessica Williams of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, rides the unusually large waves produced by Tropical...
Jupiter, UNITED STATES
Surfer Williams rides the unusually large waves produced by Tropical Storm Andrea, the first named storm...
Surfer Jessica Williams of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, rides the unusually large waves produced by Tropical Storm Andrea, the first named storm of the 2007 hurricane season at the Juno Beach Pier in Jupiter, Florida, May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Doug Murray (UNITED STATES) Also see image: GF1DVRDJOIAA
IMMIGRATION/SANCTUARY
RTR1PIUU
May 10, 2007
The five-year-old daughter of Juan (L), an illegal immigrant from Guatemala facing deportation, stands...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
The five-year-old daughter of Juan stands between her father and her grandmother in front of La Plaza...
The five-year-old daughter of Juan (L), an illegal immigrant from Guatemala facing deportation, stands between her father, as he holds her one-year-old sister, and her grandmother (R) in front of La Plaza Methodist Church during the public launch of The New Sanctuary Movement in Los Angeles, California, May 9, 2007. Calling for a moratorium on immigration raids and deportations that have separated hundreds of illegal immigrants from their U.S.-born children, the New Sanctuary Movement is opening churches and places of worship to harbor families who risk being torn apart. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
INDIA/
RTR1PIT4
May 10, 2007
A young vendor waits for customers to buy roses on a pavement in the main financial district of Mumbai...
Mumbai, India
A young vendor waits for customers to buy roses on pavement in Mumbai
A young vendor waits for customers to buy roses on a pavement in the main financial district of Mumbai May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Arko Datta (INDIA)
GERMANY-TERRORISM/RAID
RTR1PITQ
May 09, 2007
German riot police run next to fireworks during a demonstration at the Youth cultural centre 'Rote Flora'...
Hamburg, Germany
German riot police run next to fireworks during demonstration near cultural centre in Hamburg
German riot police run next to fireworks during a demonstration at the Youth cultural centre 'Rote Flora' in Hamburg May 9, 2007. Some 2,000 demonstrators protested after federal prosecutors and police raided the centre earlier on Wednesday because of concerns it was being used by a domestic left-wing radical group, the prosecutor's office said. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
LOSANGELES-FIRE/
RTR1PITC
May 09, 2007
A helicopter makes a water drop as firefighters work to contain a brush fire in the Griffith Park area...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
A helicopter makes a water drop as firefighters work to contain a brush fire in the Griffith Park area...
A helicopter makes a water drop as firefighters work to contain a brush fire in the Griffith Park area of Los Angeles, California May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Phil McCarten (UNITED STATES)
POPE-BRAZIL/
RTR1PIQV
May 09, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at the Guarulhos Air Base in Sao Paulo May 9, 2007. The Pope will visit Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at the Guarulhos Air Base in Sao Paulo
Pope Benedict XVI arrives at the Guarulhos Air Base in Sao Paulo May 9, 2007. The Pope will visit Sao Paulo and the nearby city of Aparecida through Sunday. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (BRAZIL)
YEMEN/
RTR1PIPZ
May 09, 2007
Masked members of Yemen's counter-terrorism unit stand at attention at their barracks in Sanaa May 9,...
Sanaa, Yemen
Masked members of Yemen's counter-terrorism unit stand at attention at their barracks in Sanaa
Masked members of Yemen's counter-terrorism unit stand at attention at their barracks in Sanaa May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah (YEMEN)
ROMANIA-EUROPE DAY/
RTR1PIPL
May 09, 2007
A member of the Latvian military fanfare takes part in a ceremony to mark the 50th Europe Day in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
A member of the Latvian military fanfare takes part in a ceremony to mark the 50th Europe Day in Bucharest...
A member of the Latvian military fanfare takes part in a ceremony to mark the 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007. Romania joined the European Union at the beginning of 2007. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA-EUROPE DAY/
RTR1PIP9
May 09, 2007
A member of a Latvian military fanfare attends a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9,...
Bucharest, Romania
A member of a Latvian military fanfare attends a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest
A member of a Latvian military fanfare attends a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007. Romania joined the European Union at the beginning of 2007. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA/
RTR1PIP1
May 09, 2007
A Romanian flashes a V-sign during a ceremony marking Europe Day and World War Two Victory Day in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
A Romanian flashes a V-sign during a ceremony marking Europe Day and World War Two Victory Day in Bucharest...
A Romanian flashes a V-sign during a ceremony marking Europe Day and World War Two Victory Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007. Romania joined the European Union at the beginning of 2007. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ROMANIA/
RTR1PIOK
May 09, 2007
A soldier carries the Romanian flag during a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007....
Bucharest, Romania
A soldier carries the Romanian flag during a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest
A soldier carries the Romanian flag during a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007. Romania joined the European Union at the beginning of 2007. REUTERS/Mihai Barbu (ROMANIA)
BASEBALL/
RTR1PIOD
May 09, 2007
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Gabe Gross snares a line drive in his glove hit by Washington Nationals...
Milwaukee, UNITED STATES
Brewers right fielder Gabe Gross makes a nice catch of ball hit by Nationals batter Ryan Church in Milwaukee...
Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Gabe Gross snares a line drive in his glove hit by Washington Nationals batter Ryan Church in the second inning of a National League baseball game in Milwaukee, Wisconsin May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES)
HUNGARY
RTR1PIMN
May 09, 2007
A flower is placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest May 10,...
Budapest, Hungary
A flower is placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest
A flower is placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest May 10, 2007. Thousands of Hungarians were shot into the river during World War II. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY)
HUNGARY
RTR1PIMK
May 09, 2007
Roses are placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest May 10,...
Budapest, Hungary
Roses are placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest
Roses are placed on a bronze sculpture of a shoe on the banks of the river Danube in Budapest May 10, 2007. Thousands of Hungarians were shot into the river during World War II. REUTERS/Karoly Arvai (HUNGARY)
INDIA/
RTR1PIMB
May 09, 2007
A model of the new Hyderabad international airport is displayed on the outskirts of Hyderabad May 9,...
Hyderabad, India
A model of the new Hyderabad international airport is displayed on the outskirts of Hyderabad
A model of the new Hyderabad international airport is displayed on the outskirts of Hyderabad May 9, 2007. The airport will have a runway length of about 4,260 meters (3 miles) and a passenger capacity of 12 million when it commences its first phase of operation in March 2008, airport authorities said in an official release. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1PIM8
May 09, 2007
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad May...
Hyderabad, India
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad May 9, 2007. The airport will have a runway length of around 4,260 meters (3 miles) and a passenger capacity of 12 million when it commences its first phase of operation in March 2008, airport authorities said in an official release. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1PIM3
May 09, 2007
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad May...
Hyderabad, India
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad
Labourers work at the construction site of an international airport on the outskirts of Hyderabad May 9, 2007. The airport will have a runway length of about 4,260 meters (3 miles) and a passenger capacity of 12 million when it commences its first phase of operation in March 2008, airport authorities said in an official release. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA)
INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR
RTR1PILB
May 09, 2007
An elderly Kashmiri woman breaks a dry tree in Srinagar May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Adeel Halim (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED...
Srinagar, India
An elderly Kashmiri woman breaks a dry tree in Srinagar
An elderly Kashmiri woman breaks a dry tree in Srinagar May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Adeel Halim (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
ROMANIA-EUROPE DAY/
RTR1PIL2
May 09, 2007
A member of a German military fanfare attends a ceremony marking the 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May...
Bucharest, Romania
A member of a German military fanfare attends a ceremony marking 50th Europe Day in Bucharest
A member of a German military fanfare attends a ceremony marking the 50th Europe Day in Bucharest May 9, 2007. Romania joined the European Union at the beginning of 2007. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
INDIA-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR
RTR1PIKZ
May 09, 2007
A Kashmiri man cuts logs at a wood cutting factory in Srinagar May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Adeel Halim (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED...
Srinagar, India
A Kashmiri man cuts logs at a wood cutting factory in Srinagar
A Kashmiri man cuts logs at a wood cutting factory in Srinagar May 9, 2007. REUTERS/Adeel Halim (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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