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War and Conflict
The State of the World: War and Conflict
IRAQ KIDNAP
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February 26, 2005
An Iraqi policeman points his gun towards a suspected kidnapper after being arrested in Baghdad February...
Baghdad
Suspected kidnapper is displayed by police after arrests in Baghdad.
An Iraqi policeman points his gun towards a suspected kidnapper after being arrested in Baghdad February 26, 2005. Police arrested a gang of four alleged criminal kidnappers and released a hostage on Saturday. Criminal kidnaps for ransom have become a common crime in Iraq since the U.S. lead invasion two years ago. REUTERS/Ali Jasim AW/AA
SUDAN
RTR1AGZ1
October 29, 2005
A young guerrilla soldier from Sudan's western Darfur region smokes a cigarette as he stands guard during...
Haskanita, Sudan
A young guerrilla soldier from Sudan's western Darfur region smokes a cigarette in Kaskanita
A young guerrilla soldier from Sudan's western Darfur region smokes a cigarette as he stands guard during the rebel Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) unity conference in Haskanita, in Sudan's eastern Darfur province October 29, 2005. Camouflaged soldiers from Darfur's largest rebel group marched on Saturday to open a congress intended to unify a movement whose disarray has fuelled fresh violence and hampered relief efforts and peace talks. REUTERS/Opheera McDoom Also see image: GF2DUUPNFEAA
VENEZUELA SHOTS
RTREZ5M
December 06, 2002
Policemen fire at alleged snipers in a plaza in Caracas, December 6,
2002. At least two people were...
Caracas, Venezuela
POLICEMEN FIRE AT ALLEGED SNIPERS IN A PLAZA IN CARACAS.
Policemen fire at alleged snipers in a plaza in Caracas, December 6,
2002. At least two people were killed and several injured when a hail
of shots were fired in a square in eastern Caracas where military
officers opposed to leftist President Hugo Chavez have staged a protest
for more than six weeks. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar

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MIDEAST
RTRKYW6
August 18, 2005
Emanuel (L), an opponent of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, embraces a policeman after the rooftop...
Kfar Darom
Opponent of Israel's disengagement plan embraces a policeman in Kfar Darom.
Emanuel (L), an opponent of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, embraces a policeman after the rooftop of the synagogue was secured in the Jewish settlement of Kfar Darom in Gush Katif settlements bloc, Gaza Strip, August 18, 2005. Israeli troops using cranes and water cannon battled protesters on the rooftop of a Gaza settlement synagogue on Thursday as they assaulted the last bastions of resistance to evacuation of the occupied strip. REUTERS/Nir Elias, August 18, 2005 NIR/PEK/KS
IRAQ SOLDIER
RTR6VBU
November 13, 2003
A soldier of U.S. Army's 4th Infantry Division (Task Force Ironhorse) searches through dense vegetation...
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A SOLDIER OF U.S. ARMY'S 4TH INFANTRY DIVISION SEARCHES THROUGH DENSE VEGETATION AROUND THE DIALA RIVER....
A soldier of U.S. Army's 4th Infantry Division (Task Force Ironhorse) searches through dense vegetation around the Diala river where Iraqi militants are hiding outside Baquba early November 13, 2003. U.S. troops raided several houses outside Baquba just before dawn looking for supporters of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein including an Iraqi man suspected of attacking coalition forces and being an executor for Saddam's regime. HIGH QUALITY FILE REUTERS/Damir Sagolj REUTERS BOOKS ON THE ROAD BOOK DS
MIDEAST
RTR9EF5
April 26, 2005
An Israeli soldier rests on a beach before a rally in Gush Katif settlements block in the Gaza Strip...
Gush Katif
An Israeli soldier rests on a beach before a rally in Gush Katif settlements block in the Gaza Strip....
An Israeli soldier rests on a beach before a rally in Gush Katif settlements block in the Gaza Strip April 27, 2005. Israelis poured into Gaza's biggest Jewish settlement in a blaze of orange on Wednesday to rally against Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's plan to abandon the strip in under four months' time. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005 GOT/JJ
MIDEAST
RTRB2HA
May 13, 2005
Palestinian refugees Ahmed Alaham (R) and Mahmud Eibed sit under a mural featuring a tent with the acronym...
multiple cities, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian refugees Ahmed Alaham and Mahmud Eibed sit under a mural at Dheishe refugee camp.
Palestinian refugees Ahmed Alaham (R) and Mahmud Eibed sit under a mural featuring a tent with the acronym U.N. on it, at Dheishe refugee camp in the West Bank city of Bethlehem May 13, 2005. Israel is celebrating the 57th anniversary of its creation on Sunday and the Palestinians are marking the occasion as Nakba (catastrophe). REUTERS/Ammar Awad Pictures of the month May 2005 AWA/OP/YH
GAZA
RTRJI2B
March 06, 2003
Unidentified bodies lie on a street in the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza Strip early March 6,...
Gaza
UNIDENTIFIED BODIES LIE ON A STREET IN THE JABALYA REFUGEE CAMP IN NORTHERN GAZA STRIP.
Unidentified bodies lie on a street in the Jabalya refugee camp in northern Gaza Strip early March 6, 2003. Israeli forces killed at least 11 Palestinians and injured more than 140, including some torn apart by a tank shell, in a major raid in the Gaza Strip on Thursday after a suicide bomber killed 15 people in Israel the day before. HIGH QUALITY FILE REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah AJ
MIDEAST
RTRJMRS
January 04, 2005
Kaseeh carries the body of his brother Jaber killed by clashes with Israelis during his funeral in Beit...
Beit Lahyia, Palestinian Territories
Kaseeh carries the body of his brother Jaber killed by clashes with Israelis during his funeral in ......
Kaseeh carries the body of his brother Jaber killed by clashes with Israelis during his funeral in Beit Lahiya. Mohammed Kaseeh carries the body of his brother Jaber killed by clashes with Israelis during his funeral in Beit Lahiya town north of Gaza Strip January 4, 2005. Moderate Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas called Israel "the Zionist enemy" for the first time on Tuesday after an Israeli tank killed seven Palestinian youths in a Gaza strawberry field. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Mohammed Salem
TULKARM
RTRIVV4
April 05, 2004
A Palestinian uses a mobile phone to take a picture of the body of Rami Khalili, 20, during his funeral...
Tulkarm
A PALESTINIAN USES A MOBILE PHONE TO TAKE A PICTURE OF THE BODY OF RAMI KHALILI.
A Palestinian uses a mobile phone to take a picture of the body of Rami Khalili, 20, during his funeral in West Bank city of Tulkarm April 5, 2004. Khalili,a Palestinian militant from the Hamas group was shot dead by Israeli troops on Sunday in Tulkarm, Palestinian medical sources said. HIGH QUALITY FILE REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini RKR
MIDEAST
RTR15HP2
April 13, 2005
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish protester tries to push a bulldozer at a demonstration at Israeli Kibbutz of...
Regavim
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish protester tries to push a bulldozer at a demonstration at Israeli Kibbutz ......
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish protester tries to push a bulldozer at a demonstration at Israeli Kibbutz of Regavim. An ultra-Orthodox Jewish protester tries to push a bulldozer at a demonstration against the desecration of graves during the construction of a new Israeli highway next to the northern Israeli Kibbutz of Regavim April 14, 2005. Demonstrators scuffled with security guards during the fourth day of protests against the construction of the highway. Pictures of the Month April 2005 REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen PP05080084 PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005 Also see image: GF1DTUCWGQAA
MIDEAST
RTR1BPAJ
November 27, 2005
A Palestinian woman embraces the trunk of an olive tree after it was destroyed as an Israeli troop looks...
Salem, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian woman embraces the trunk of an olive tree in Salem
A Palestinian woman embraces the trunk of an olive tree after it was destroyed as an Israeli troop looks on in the West Bank village of Salem, near Nablus November 27, 2005. Jewish settlers cut down and uprooted hundreds of olive trees on Palestinian farms near the West Bank city of Nablus on Sunday, residents and Israeli police said. Settlers from the most radical enclaves in the occupied West Bank have often attacked farms since the start of the Palestinian uprising in 2000. Settlers say that the land, which Palestinians want for a state, is theirs by biblical birthright. REUTERS/Abed Omar Qusini Pictures of the Month November 2005
MIDEAST FUNERAL
RTR16HV8
February 22, 2006
Palestinian boys march with guns during the funeral of 15 Palestinians who were killed during an Israeli...
Gaza Strip
Palestinian boys march with guns during the funeral of 15 Palestinians who were killed during an Israeli...
Palestinian boys march with guns during the funeral of 15 Palestinians who were killed during an Israeli missile strike in Gaza July 23, 2002. Israel killed the commander of the military wing of Hamas and 14 other Palestinians including nine children in the air raid on his home that also wiped out a crowded city block on Tuesday, hospital officials said. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MIDEAST
RTR9BBK
April 25, 2005
An Ultra-orthodox Jewish protester shouts near Israeli Prime Minister Sharon's office during a demonstration...
Jerusalem
An Ultra-orthodox Jewish protester shouts near Israeli Prime Minister Sharon's office during a ...
An Ultra-orthodox Jewish protester shouts near Israeli Prime Minister Sharon's office during a demonstration in Jerusalem. An Ultra-orthodox Jewish protester shouts near Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's office during a demonstration against the desecration of graves for a new Israeli highway next to the northern Israeli Kibbutz of Regavim, in Jerusalem April 26, 2005. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures of the Month April 2005 PICTURES OF THE YEAR 2005
MIDEAST
RTRE35W
June 10, 2005
An Israeli border policeman guards detained Palestinians during a military operation in the West Bank...
multiple cities
An Israeli border policeman guards detained Palestinians during a military operation in Hebron.
An Israeli border policeman guards detained Palestinians during a military operation in the West Bank city of Hebron June 11, 2005. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun Pictures of the Month June 2005 Pictures of the year 2005 NH/GOT
MIDEAST
RTR6TJH
June 25, 2002
THE SISTER OF MOHUMAD ABU MARASAH CRIES AS A MASKED MAN FROM THE
MILITARY WING OF ISLAMIC JIHAD PASSES...
Gaza
THE SISTER OF MOHUMAD ABU MARASAH CRIES AS A MASKED MAN FROM THE
MILITARY WING OF ISLAMIC JIHAD ...
THE SISTER OF MOHUMAD ABU MARASAH CRIES AS A MASKED MAN FROM THE
MILITARY WING OF ISLAMIC JIHAD PASSES WITH AK 47 ASSAULT RIFLE IN
GAZA.


The sister of Mohumad Abu Marasah, an 18 year old who was killed by
Israeli troops as he tried to attack an Israeli checkpoint, cries as a
masked man from the military wing of Islamic Jihad passes with a AK 47
assault rifle during his funeral in Gaza Strip June 25, 2002. U.S.
President George W. Bush has made clear he had effectively written off
Palestinian President Yasser Arafat as part of any Middle East peace
accord, saying Palestinians must pick new leaders. REUTERS/Ahmed
Jadallah
MIDEAST
RTRD4YF
October 11, 2004
Palestinian boy holds up his AK-47 rifle during a funeral of Palestinian militant Sameh al-Whade in the...
Gaza
Palestinian boy holds up his AK-47 rifle during a funeral of Palestinian militant Sameh al-Whade in ......
Palestinian boy holds up his AK-47 rifle during a funeral of Palestinian militant Sameh al-Whade in the Jabaliya refugee camp. A Palestinian boy holds up his AK-47 rifle during a funeral of Palestinian militant Sameh al-Whade killed during an Israeli air strike last night, in the Jabaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip October 11, 2004. Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon vowed on Monday to put his Gaza withdrawal plan to a parliamentary vote on October 25, 2004 despite persistent violence in the coastal strip and fierce opposition from Israel's far right.
MIDEAST
RTR1BGBH
January 26, 2003
Lena, the sister of Morwan Rohmi who was killed with eleven other Palestinians earlier today by Israeli...
Gaza
Lena cries as her brother's body is brought home during his funeral in Gaza City
Lena, the sister of Morwan Rohmi who was killed with eleven other Palestinians earlier today by Israeli troops, cries as her brother's body is brought home during his funeral in Gaza City January 26, 2003. Israel killed 12 Palestinians on Sunday in its deepest thrust into Gaza City in two years of fighting, a show of strength underlining Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's tough security policy two days before an election. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MIDEAST PALESTINIAN CAMP
RTR1BGCD
March 12, 2002
A Palestinian boy sits on a staircase stained with blood at a house in the Jabalya refugee camp March...
Gaza Strip
A Palestinian boy sits on a staircase stained with blood at a house in the Jabalya refugee camp
A Palestinian boy sits on a staircase stained with blood at a house in the Jabalya refugee camp March 12, 2002. Family members said that the boy's father Waled Izz el Din and grandfather Abdel Rahman were killed by gunfire as the violence which has claimed the lives of at least 37 Palestinians and Israelis in the region over the past 24 hours, continued unabated. REUTERS/Ahmed Jadallah HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MIDEAST GAZA
RTRM8VB
August 31, 2005
A Palestinian boy wearing a t-shirt with picture of the late President Yasser Arafat and a fake suicide...
multiple cities, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian boy wearing a t-shirt with picture of the late President Yasser Arafat and a fake ...
A Palestinian boy wearing a t-shirt with picture of the late President Yasser Arafat and a fake suicide bomber belt attends a gathering in Gaza City. A Palestinian boy wearing a t-shirt with picture of the late President Yasser Arafat and a fake suicide bomber belt attends a gathering to celebrate the Israeli pullout from Gaza Strip in Gaza City September 1, 2005. Israel held its first public talks with Pakistan on Thursday and Jordan's king was expected to visit the Jewish state soon in signs of a thaw with the Muslim world after its evacuation of Jewish settlers from Gaza. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj FR05090007
MIDEAST
RTRKYZN
August 17, 2005
Opponents of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, scream as they speak with a policeman in Jewish Gaza...
Kfar Darom, Palestinian Territories
Opponents of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, scream as they speak with a policeman in Jewish ......
Opponents of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, scream as they speak with a policeman in Jewish Gaza Strip settlement of Kfar Darom. Opponents of Israel's disengagement plan from Gaza, scream as they speak with a special evacuation policeman after the forces took over the roof top of the synagogue in the Jewish Gaza Strip settlement of Kfar Darom in Gush Katif settlements bloc, August 18, 2005. Israeli troops using cranes and water cannon battled protesters on the rooftop of a Gaza settlement synagogue on Thursday as they assaulted the last bastions of resistance to evacuation of the occupied strip. REUTERS/Nir Elias Pictures of the Month August 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
MIDEAST
RTRCT3T
May 29, 2005
Israeli border policemen try to evacuate a right wing demonstrator after blocking a main road near the...
Raanana
Israeli border policemen try to evacuate a right wing demonstrator after blocking a main road near ......
Israeli border policemen try to evacuate a right wing demonstrator after blocking a main road near the Israeli city of Raanana north of Tel Aviv. Israeli border policemen try to evacuate a right wing demonstrator after blocking a main road near the Israeli city of Raanana north of Tel Aviv May 29, 2005. Israeli right wing activists demonstrated today against Israel's disengagement plan in Gaza and part of the northern West Bank, by blocking a main road during the rush hour. REUTERS/Nir Elias Pictures of the month May 2005
MIDEAST
RTRCXY7
May 31, 2005
Israeli peace activist is arrested by Israeli border police after chaining himself to the ground during...
Bilin
Israeli peace activist is arrested by Israeli border police after chaining himself to the ground ...
Israeli peace activist is arrested by Israeli border police after chaining himself to the ground during a protest in Bilin. An Israeli peace activist is arrested by Israeli border police after chaining himself to the ground during a joint Israeli-Palestinian protest against Israel's controversial barrier in the West Bank village of Bilin May 31, 2005. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic PP05080084
MIDEAST
RTRD608
June 01, 2005
A Palestinian man jumps into a bus to see his relative who was released from an Israeli jail at a checkpoint...
multiple cities
A Palestinian man jumps into a bus to see his relative who was released from an Israeli jail at a ......
A Palestinian man jumps into a bus to see his relative who was released from an Israeli jail at a checkpoint in the West Bank town of Tulkarm. A Palestinian man jumps into a bus to see his relative who was released from an Israeli jail at a checkpoint in the West Bank town of Tulkarm June 2, 2005. Israel began freeing 400 Palestinian prisoners on Thursday in a long-delayed gesture it said was aimed at boosting moderate Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas but which Palestinians said was insufficient. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic Pictures of the Month June 2005 Pictures of the year 2005
MIDEAST GAZA
RTRLJE3
August 17, 2005
An angry Jewish settler boy looks out from inside a synagogue as Israeli policemen and solider storm...
Gush Katif, Israel
An angry Jewish settler boy looks out from inside a synagogue in Gush Katif.
An angry Jewish settler boy looks out from inside a synagogue as Israeli policemen and solider storm inside in the Neve Dekalim settlement in the Gush Katif, August 18, 2005. Israeli troops stormed two Gaza Strip synagogues and dragged out screaming settlers and supporters on Thursday in assaults on the last bastions of resistance to a pullout from the occupied territory. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE Pictures of the Year 2005 DS/KY
GAZA
RTR19JLZ
August 18, 2005
Israeli special evacuation forces arrive on the rooftop of a synagogue in the Jewish Gaza Strip settlement...
Gaza Strip
Israeli special evacuation forces arrive on the rooftop of a synagogue in the Jewish Gaza Strip settlement...
Israeli special evacuation forces arrive on the rooftop of a synagogue in the Jewish Gaza Strip settlement of Kfar Darom on August 18, 2005. Israeli troops using cranes and water cannon fought protesters on the rooftop of a synagogue on Thursday as they assaulted the last bastions of resistance to evacuation of the occupied strip. In the most violent scenes since the start of forced evictions from Gaza, police armed only with shields poured from a cage hoisted on top of the synagogue and grappled with settlers and their supporters before dragging them away. REUTERS/Nir Elias HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
HAITI
RTREDEW
March 03, 2004
A Haitian suspected of being a multiple assassin for exiled president Jean Bertrand Aristide's Lavalas...
Petit Goave, Haiti - Republic of
SUSPECTED HAITIAN ASSSASSIN IS DETAINED IN PETIT GOAVE.
A Haitian suspected of being a multiple assassin for exiled president Jean Bertrand Aristide's Lavalas party is detained in Petit Goave, Haiti some 50 kms. south of Port-au-Prince March 3, 2004, three days after the departure of Aristide who sought temporary refuge in the Central African Republic. The man was detained by armed citizens of Petit Goave who proceeded to stone him and then burn him alive. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA/JDP/CRB
HAITI
RTRCW7Y
February 16, 2004
A Haitian rebel stands guard at a barricade on the road into the city of Gonaives, Haiti, February 16,...
Gonaives, Haiti - Republic of
A REBEL STANDS GUARD AT A BARRICADE IN GONAIVES.
A Haitian rebel stands guard at a barricade on the road into the city of Gonaives, Haiti, February 16, 2004. Emboldened by the arrival of a former police chief and a notorious militia leader, Haitian rebels holed up in Gonaives said Monday they now felt strong enough to take their armed revolt across the Caribbean country. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar DA/SV
BOLIVIA
RTRDOJC
June 06, 2005
A Bolivian worker of Caracoles mine holds dynamite sticks during a protest rally in La Paz, Bolivia June...
La Paz, Bolivia
Bolivian workers of Caracoles mine holds dynamite sticks during a protest rally in La Paz.
A Bolivian worker of Caracoles mine holds dynamite sticks during a protest rally in La Paz, Bolivia June 7, 2005. Tens of thousands of Bolivian peasants and miners marched through La Paz on Tuesday despite President Carlos Mesa's offer to resign as some opposition leaders urged early elections to end the crisis gripping the country. REUTERS/David Mercado Pictures of the Month June 2005 Pictures of the year 2005 DM/PN
ARGENTINA
RTR19U07
November 01, 2005
A man is caught between Argentine policemen and rioters during clashes after commuter trains and a train...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A man is caught between Argentine policemen and rioters during clashes after a train was set on fire...
A man is caught between Argentine policemen and rioters during clashes after commuter trains and a train station were set on fire by passengers enraged over a delay in the service in Haedo, on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina November 1, 2005. A group of passengers, angry over a delay in the arrival of the train in which they were travelling, set fire to at least ten wagons and attacked shops in the vicinity before clashing with police. Local media reported that about 50 people were arrested and around a dozen injured. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci Pictures of the Month November 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
LEBANON PROTEST
RTR4C9P
March 08, 2005
A youth sits on the top of a street light in front of the United Nations building with a Lebanese flag...
Beirut, Lebanon
A youth sits on the top of a street light in front of the United Nations building with a Lebanese ......
A youth sits on the top of a street light in front of the United Nations building with a Lebanese flag during a pro-Syrian rally in central Beirut. A youth sits on the top of a street light in front of the United Nations building with a Lebanese flag during a pro-Syrian rally in central Beirut March 8, 2005. Hundreds of thousands of flag-waving Lebanese flooded central Beirut on Tuesday for a pro-Syrian rally called by Hizbollah that dwarfed previous protests demanding that Syrian troops quit Lebanon. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj Pictures of the Year 2005
LEBANON BLAST
RTRNA6G
February 14, 2005
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut February...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut.
A Lebanese man shouts for help for a wounded man near the site of a car bomb explosion in Beirut February 14, 2005. A massive car bomb killed Lebanon's former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri on Beirut's waterfront on Tuesday, witnesses and security sources said. At least eight others, some of them his bodyguards, also died. Pictures of the month February 2005 REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir PP05070289 Pictures of the Year 2005 JS/acm
LEBANON
RTR5V1K
March 23, 2005
Lebanese man unfolds a huge Lebanese flag at the blast site in a commercial centre in Kaslik, north of...
Kaslik, Lebanon
Lebanese man unfolds a huge Lebanese flag at the blast site in a commercial centre in Kaslik, north ......
Lebanese man unfolds a huge Lebanese flag at the blast site in a commercial centre in Kaslik, north of Beirut. An Lebanese man unfolds a huge Lebanese flag at the blast site in a commercial centre in Kaslik, north of Beirut March 23, 2005. A powerful bomb tore through a shopping centre in an anti-Syrian Christian heartland north of Beirut on Wednesday, killing two people and bringing Lebanon closer to chaos weeks before general elections. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
LEBANON SYRIA
RTR4VPB
March 13, 2005
A boy dressed in military uniform holds a Lebanese flag as he stand in front of clerics during a rally...
Nabatiyeh, Lebanon
A boy dressed in military uniform holds a Lebanese flag as he stand in front of clerics during a ...
A boy dressed in military uniform holds a Lebanese flag as he stand in front of clerics during a rally in the southern town of Nabatiyeh. A boy dressed in military uniform holds a Lebanese flag as he stands in front of clerics during a rally in the southern town of Nabatiyeh March 13, 2005. Hundreds of thousands of people turned out for a Hizbollah rally against foreign meddling in Lebanon on Sunday, even as a U.N. envoy met the country's president to press demands for a Syrian pullout. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
LEBANON SYRIA
RTR56Y6
March 16, 2005
A Lebanese woman holds a picture of the slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri as she cries inside...
Beirut, Lebanon
A Lebanese woman holds a picture of the slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri as she cries ......
A Lebanese woman holds a picture of the slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri as she cries inside a Syrian prison in Beirut. Lebanese Jamana Tabara holds a picture of the slain Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri as she cries inside a Syrian prison after Syrian intelligence agents left their headquarters in Beirut March 16, 2005. Syrian intelligence agents pulled out of Beirut and large parts of Lebanon on Wednesday, a major step towards meeting U.S. and Lebanese opposition demands for Syria to release its grip on its small neighbour. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
LEBANON HARIRI
RTR653N
March 26, 2005
Lebanese women arrive for a gathering to pay respect to former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri near his...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese women arrive for a gathering to pay respect to former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri in Beirut....
Lebanese women arrive for a gathering to pay respect to former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri near his grave at Martyrs square in Beirut March 26, 2005. Lebanon's opposition urged the country's Syrian-backed security chiefs on Saturday to resign to make way for an international probe into the killing of former prime minister Rafik al-Hariri. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj DS/JJ
LEBANON PROTEST
RTR52Y3
March 15, 2005
A picture of US President George W. Bush is seen behind Lebanese students during a protest in front of...
Beirut, Lebanon
A picture of US President George W. Bush is seen behind Lebanese students during a protest in front ......
A picture of US President George W. Bush is seen behind Lebanese students during a protest in front of the US embassy near Beirut. A picture of U.S. President George W. Bush is seen behind Lebanese students during a protest in front of the U.S. embassy near Beirut March 15, 2005. Around 3,000 pro-Syrian students chanting "Death to America" marched on the U.S. embassy near Beirut on Tuesday, burning American and Israeli flags and denouncing what they say was U.S. interference in Lebanon. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj
CRIM LANKA REBELS
RTRMNDK
February 08, 2005
The body of slain top Tamil Tiger rebel political wing leader E. Kousalyan lies inside a hospital morgue...
Polonnarwa, Sri Lanka
The body of slain top Tamil Tiger rebel political wing leader E. Kousalyan lies inside a hospital ......
The body of slain top Tamil Tiger rebel political wing leader E. Kousalyan lies inside a hospital morgue in Polonnaruwa. ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
SOUTHASIA PASSENGERS
RTR7AZ2
April 06, 2005
An Indian soldier walks in front a government building on fire after an attack in Srinagar April 6, 2005....
Srinagar, India
An Indian soldier walks in front a government building on fire after an attack in Srinagar.
An Indian soldier walks in front a government building on fire after an attack in Srinagar April 6, 2005. Militants attacked and set on fire on Wednesday the heavily guarded complex housing passengers due to take a historic bus across divided Kashmir, witnesses said. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan FK/CN
IRISH
RTRMBBP
September 06, 2001
A CATHOLIC CHILD IS COMFORTED BY HER PARENTS AS SHE IS ESCORTED TO HOLY
CROSS SCHOOL IN BELFAST BY RIOT...
Belfast, UK
A CATHOLIC CHILD IS COMFORTED BY HER PARENTS AS SHE IS ESCORTED TO HOLY
CROSS SCHOOL IN BELFAST BY RIOT...
A CATHOLIC CHILD IS COMFORTED BY HER PARENTS AS SHE IS ESCORTED TO HOLY
CROSS SCHOOL IN BELFAST BY RIOT POLICE.


A Catholic schoolgirl is comforted by her parents as she is escorted to
Holy Cross School in north Belfast by riot police September 6, 2001.
Following yesterday's bomb attack on the schoolgirls, parents escorted
the young Catholics through police lines, past Loyalist protestors
blowing whistles and and shouting abuse, to their school on the mainly
Protestant Ardoyne Road. REUTERS/Paul McErlane
SERBIAMONTENEGRO KOSOVO
RTRFRRN
March 21, 2004
The only survivor, 14-year-old Fitim Veseli (R) cries looking at the flag-draped coffins of his two friends...
Pristina, Yugoslavia
ONLY SURVIVOR VESELI CRIES DURING FRIEND'S FUNERAL IN KOSOVO VILLAGE OF CABARA.
The only survivor, 14-year-old Fitim Veseli (R) cries looking at the flag-draped coffins of his two friends who drowned in a river in unexplained circumstances in Kosovo village of Cabra March 21, 2004.. Several thousand Kosovo Albanians attended the funeral, amid heavy NATO security in case emotions sparked a new round of ethnic violence. REUTERS /Hazir Reka DH/ACM
BESLAN
RTR9WTU
September 02, 2004
A man carries a boy who was injured in a school seized by heavily armed masked men and women in the town...
Beslan, Russia
A man carries a boy who was injured in the town of Beslan.
A man carries a boy who was injured in a school seized by heavily armed masked men and women in the town of Beslan in the province of North Ossetia near Chechnya, September 3, 2004. Up to 100 bodies were seen lying in a Russian school gymnasium after troops stormed the building to end a two-day siege, a British ITV News reporter said on Friday, after Russian soldiers battled Chechen separatists to end the two-day-old school siege as naked children ran out screaming amid explosions and machinegun fire. Pictures of the Year 2004 REUTERS/Eduard Kornienko Pictures of the month September 2004 PP05060015
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RTR9V05
September 01, 2004
A Russian police officer carries a released baby from the school seized by heavily armed masked men and...
Beslan, Russian Federation
A Russian police officer carries a released baby from the school seized by heavily armed masked men ......
A Russian police officer carries a released baby from the school seized by heavily armed masked men and women in the town of Beslan. A Russian police officer carries a released baby from the school seized by heavily armed masked men and women in the town of Beslan in the province of North Ossetia near Chechnya, September 2, 2004. An armed gang, holding hundreds of people hostage in a Russian school, on Thursday freed four infants and at least two women. HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGE REUTERS/Viktor Korotayev Pictures of the Year 2004 Pictures of the month September 2004
RUSSIA BESLAN
RTRM6N4
August 31, 2005
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 at a wall with portraits of the victims of the school siege...
Beslan, Russia
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 during commemorating of the victims of the school siege.
A relative grieves at Beslan school No.1 at a wall with portraits of the victims of the school siege during a commemoration ceremony, September 1, 2005. The sound of wailing cut through the air as bereaved relatives marked the first anniversary of the start of the hostage siege that ended two days later in the deaths of 331 people. Pictures of the Year 2005 REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin AS/AA
LIBERIA
RTRO3B
July 17, 2003
A LIBERIAN GOVERNMENT FIGHTER SHOWS HIS BRAVADO USING A COMRADE'S KNIFE
BEFORE REBEL ATTACK ON THE OUTSKIRTS...
Monrovia, Liberia - Republic of
A LIBERIAN GOVERNMENT FIGHTER SHOWS HIS BRAVADO USING A COMRADE'S
KNIFE BEFORE REBEL ATTACK ON THE ......
A LIBERIAN GOVERNMENT FIGHTER SHOWS HIS BRAVADO USING A COMRADE'S KNIFE
BEFORE REBEL ATTACK ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF MONROVIA.

A fighter loyal to Liberia's President Charles Taylor shows his bravado
using a comrade's knife as government forces gather on the outskirts of the
capital Monrovia to beat off a feared rebel attack, July 18, 2003. Rebels
have pushed towards the frightened city, where the population are still
awaiting West African peacekeepers they hope will preserve a ceasefire that
has been broken repeatedly. REUTERS/Luc Gnago PP03070079 Pictures
of the Year 2003
TANZANIA ZANZIBAR
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November 01, 2005
A Civic United Front (CUF) supporter screams in pain as he is taken to an ambulance after clashes with...
Stone Town, Tanzania
A wounded CUF supporter screams in pain as he is taken to an ambulance in Stone Town Zanzibar
A Civic United Front (CUF) supporter screams in pain as he is taken to an ambulance after clashes with security forces in Zanzibar's Stone Town November 1, 2005. Zanzibar's main opposition party said on Tuesday its candidate won a presidential poll as security forces fought opposition supporters in a third day of violent protests over the Tanzanian islands' elections. REUTERS/Radu Sigheti
UGANDA
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November 15, 2005
Ugandan military police disperse supporters of opposition leader Besigye at Nakasero market area during...
Kampala, Uganda
Ugandan military police disperse supporters of opposition leader Besigye during riots in Kampala
Ugandan military police disperse supporters of opposition leader Besigye at Nakasero market area during the second day of riots in Kampala November 15, 2005. Besigye, expected to be the President Yoweri Museveni's top challenger in next year polls appeared in court on Tuesday charged with treason in a case critics say is politically motivated. REUTERS/James Akena Pictures of the Month November 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
IVORYCOAST
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January 18, 2006
Supporters of Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo run for cover while being shot by U.N. soldiers from the...
Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire
Supporters of Ivorian President Gbagbo run for cover in Abidjan
Supporters of Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo run for cover while being shot by U.N. soldiers from the headquarters of the United Nations Operation in Ivory Coast (ONUCI) at the Sebroko district of Abidjan January 18, 2006. Four pro-government protesters were killed in western Ivory Coast on Wednesday when U.N. peacekeepers opened fire to repel an attack on their base in a third day of anti-U.N. riots, Ivorian and U.N. officials said. REUTERS/Luc Gnago
IVORYCOAST
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March 06, 2003
A rebel soldier mans a checkpoint in Ivory Coast's rebel stronghold
Bouake as women traders walk by,...
Bouake, Cote DIvoire
IVORY COAST REBEL SOLDIER MANS A CHECKPOINT IN BOUAKE.
A rebel soldier mans a checkpoint in Ivory Coast's rebel stronghold
Bouake as women traders walk by, March 6, 2003. After five months of
civil war, people in Bouake, the former French colony's second largest
city, are struggling to survive as banks remain closed. REUTERS/Luc
Gnago

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IVORY COAST
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June 02, 2005
Bodies of a girl and her father killed during the attack in Guitrozon village on Tuesday night lie on...
Abidjan, Ivory Coast
Bodies of a girl and her father killed during the attack in Guitrozon village on Tuesday ...
Bodies of a girl and her father killed during the attack in Guitrozon village on Tuesday night lie on the ground in Duekoue. ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY
TANZANIA ELECTIONS
RTRA4O8
October 30, 2000
Riot police beat residents in Zanzibar who they flushed out of a building for allegedly throwing rocks...
Zanzibar, Tanzania
POLICE BEAT UP SUSPECTED STONE THROWERS.
Riot police beat residents in Zanzibar who they flushed out of a building for allegedly throwing rocks at police October 30, 2000. Violence broke out in the mainly opposition areas after the opposition and observers said the general elections were not free and fair and should be repeated. Voting in Zanzibar took place yesterday but most polling stations started the exercise late.

GMM/JDP
TOGO
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April 24, 2005
A Togolese opposition supporter walks in front of a roadblock of burning tyres on election day in the...
Lome, Togo
Togolese opposition supporter walks in front of roadblock of burning tyres on election day in capital...
A Togolese opposition supporter walks in front of a roadblock of burning tyres on election day in the capital Lome, April 24, 2005. Polling stations in Togo closed on Sunday after a tense day of voting for a new president to replace Africa's longest-serving leader, who died in February after 38 years in office. The poll pitted Faure Gnassingbe, the 39-year-old son of Togo's former president Gnassingbe Eyadema, against a coalition of six opposition parties and effectively became a referendum on four decades of repressive rule by Eyadema's northern clan. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly Pictures of the Month April 2005 FOR/DY/JV
RUSSIA EXPLOSION
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May 09, 2004
A paramedic tries to help Reuters journalist Adlan Khasanov, who was fatally wounded in a blast during...
Grozny, Russian Federation
A PARAMEDIC ATTEMPTS TO HELP REUTERS JOURNALIST ADLAN KHASANOV AFTER AN EXPLOSION AT A STADIUM IN GROZNY....
A paramedic tries to help Reuters journalist Adlan Khasanov, who was fatally wounded in a blast during Victory Day celebrations in Grozny, May 9, 2004. The blast killed at least 14 people including Chechen President, Akhmad Kadyrovand, Itar-Tass news agency quoted the Chechen Interior Ministry as saying. Khasanov, 33, began working with Reuters in the late 1990s, mostly in his native Chechnya. He worked as both a photographer and a television cameraman. REUTERS/Musa Sadulayev/Pool SKI/DL
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June 17, 2003
An Acehnese woman mourns her relative killed by an unidentified group in Nisam village in Aceh Province...
Aceh, Indonesia
An Acehnese woman mourns her relative killed by an unidentified group in Nisam
An Acehnese woman mourns her relative killed by an unidentified group in Nisam village in Aceh Province on June 17, 2003. HIGH QUALITY FILE REUTERS/Tarmizy Harva
AFGHANISTAN
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November 12, 2001
An opposition commander atop an observation post in the front line of
Rabat, west of Bagram airport,...
Rabat, Afghanistan
NORTHERN ALLIANCE FIGHTER LOOKS AT BOMB BLAST.
An opposition commander atop an observation post in the front line of
Rabat, west of Bagram airport, looks at a huge bomb blast as US fighter
jets provide air support to advancing Northern Alliance ground troops
November 12, 2001 some 25 km North of Kabul. Forces of the anti-Taliban
Northern Alliance said they had advanced more than 5 km into Taliban
territory after fierce fighting and were massing further south to
advance toward the capital, Kabul. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis REUTERS

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YEAREND PICTURES
RTRPPKU
November 13, 2001
Northern Alliance fighters ride on a T-62 tank past a dead body on the
motorway 3 km north of Kabul,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
Northern Alliance fighters ride on a T-62 tank past a dead body on the
motorway 3 km north of Kabul, November 13, 2001. Forces of the
anti-Taliban Northern Alliance entered Kabul on Tuesday after Taliban
forces fled the capital. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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AFGHANISTAN
RTRPMN9
November 20, 2001
An Afghan woman removes her burka as " The General Coalition of Women" group
organized a meeting of...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN WOMAN REMOVES HER BURKA.
An Afghan woman removes her burka as " The General Coalition of Women" group
organized a meeting of Afghan women to demonstrate for their rights November
20, 2001. Under its strict interpretation of Islam, the Taliban ordered
women to hide behind head-to-toe burkas, also forbidden to work or study.
PP03070097 NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis PP04010046

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KABUL
RTRPPKP
November 13, 2001
Afghan civilians observe dead Taliban fighters on the motorway three kilometres north of Kabul, November...
Kabul, Afghanistan
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
Afghan civilians observe dead Taliban fighters on the motorway three kilometres north of Kabul, November 13, 2001. Forces of the Northern Alliance entered Kabul on Tuesday after defeating Taliban forces north of the capital, civilians greeted opposition fighters and celebrated in the streets. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis PP05080084 AS
YEAREND
RTRPPMR
November 14, 2001
A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after
5 years of Taliban Sharia law...
Kabul, Afghanistan
YEAREND PICTURES 2001.
A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after
5 years of Taliban Sharia law as she waits at a food distribution
centre in central Kabul November 14, 2001. Under its strict
interpretation of Islam, the Taliban ordered all women hidden behind
head-to-toe burqas. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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AFGHANISTAN
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November 04, 2001
An Afghan woman wearing a traditional Burqa walks on the side of a road as a Northern Alliance APC, (Armoured...
Jabal Us Seraj, Afghanistan
AFGHAN WOMAN WALKS PAST NORTHERN ALLIANCE APC.
An Afghan woman wearing a traditional Burqa walks on the side of a road as a Northern Alliance APC, (Armoured Personnel Carrier) carrying fighters and the Afghan flag, drives to a new position in the outskirts of Jabal us Seraj, some 60kms north of the Afghan capital Kabul November 4, 2001.The
Northern Alliance, a mix of mostly ethnic Uzbek and Tajik fighters in the
north, is viewed with suspicion and enmity by ethnic Pashtuns, who operatein other areas. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE

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