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February 04, 2007
Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards (R) hugs NATO's new commander in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
British General David Richards hugs U.S. General Dan McNeill in Kabul
Outgoing NATO commander in Afghanistan British General David Richards (R) hugs NATO's new commander in Afghanistan U.S. General Dan McNeill during NATO's change of command ceremony in Kabul February 4, 2007. The United States, which has just doubled its combat troops in Afghanistan, takes over command of the 33,000-strong NATO force in the country on Sunday amid warnings of a bloody spring offensive by the Taliban. Second from left is Afghan President Hamid Karzai and left is Commander Allied Joint Force Command Brunssum German General Egon Ramms. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
GUINEA-STRIKE/
RTR1MIP9
February 17, 2007
Siaka Kone, 25, his face wounded by a gunshot during the recent riots, recovers at Donka hospital in...
Conakry, Guinea
Siaka Kone, 25, his face wounded by a gunshot during the recent riots, recovers at Donka hospital in...
Siaka Kone, 25, his face wounded by a gunshot during the recent riots, recovers at Donka hospital in Conakry February 17 2007. Guinea's unions on Saturday called off talks with the government aimed at ending protests in which more than 120 people have died, saying they would not negotiate until President Lansana Conte lifted martial law. Union leaders had been due to meet senior government officials amid growing international calls for the veteran Conte to end his five-day-old state of emergency and negotiate a political settlement with unions opposed to his 23-year rule. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (GUINEA)
LEBANON/
RTR1ME8B
February 14, 2007
Lebanese supporters of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri wave flags as blue balloons fly over...
Beirut, Lebanon
Lebanese supporters of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri wave flags as blue balloons fly over...
Lebanese supporters of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri wave flags as blue balloons fly over Martyrs Square during a mass rally in Beirut February 14, 2007. Lebanese supporters of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri wave a huge flag at Martyrs Square during a mass rally to mark the second anniversary of assassinated Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri in central Beirut. REUTERS/ Sharif Karim (LEBANON)
ROMANIA-JEWISH/
RTR1ME1M
February 14, 2007
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest...
Bucharest, Romania
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest
A member of Romania's Jewish community points to devastated graves at a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest February 14, 2007. Police officials said the damage was caused by children and was not part of any organised anti-Semitic activity. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA)
ABU DHABI/
RTR1MBFR
February 12, 2007
Najlaa Al Awadi (L), Mayssa Rashed (C) and Nedal Idnegi (R), female members of the advisory Federal National...
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Fomen members of the advisory Federal National Council of the UAE sit before its official opening for...
Najlaa Al Awadi (L), Mayssa Rashed (C) and Nedal Idnegi (R), female members of the advisory Federal National Council of the UAE, sit before its official opening for the year in Abu Dhabi February 12, 2007. Nine women joined the Federal National Council for the first time this year, one of whom was elected in the country's first elections last December. REUTERS/Osayd Hasan (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES)
USA-POLITICS/OBAMA
RTR1MA98
February 11, 2007
U.S. Senator Barack Obama's wife Michelle and daughter Sasha watch as the Democratic Party senator from...
Ames, UNITED STATES
U.S. Senator Barack Obama's wife Michelle and daughter Sasha watch him at a rally in Ames
U.S. Senator Barack Obama's wife Michelle and daughter Sasha watch as the Democratic Party senator from Illinois speaks to the crowd during a rally at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, February 11, 2007. Obama formally announced his campaign for U.S. President in the 2008 election during a rally in Illinois February 10. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
ROYALS/USA
RTR1LR3D
January 29, 2007
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd L) is presented the Global Environmental Citizen Award by former U.S. Vice...
New York, UNITED STATES
Britain's Prince Charles is presented Global Environmental Citizen Award By Al Gore and Meryl Streep...
Britain's Prince Charles (2nd L) is presented the Global Environmental Citizen Award by former U.S. Vice President Al Gore (2nd R) and actress Meryl Streep at the Harvard Club in New York, January 28, 2007. The award is presented by Harvard Medical School's Center for Health and The Global Environment. The Center's Director Eric Chivian is at left. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MO7I
February 21, 2007
A bronze statue of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is seen inside the Palace of Westminster,...
London, United Kingdom
A bronze statue of former British PM Thatcher is seen inside the Palace of Westminster
A bronze statue of former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is seen inside the Palace of Westminster, London, February 21, 2007.Thatcher is the first living ex-prime minister to be honoured in such a way by the Commons. REUTERS/Johnny Green/PA/Pool (BRITAIN)
USA-BABY/
RTR1MM6S
February 20, 2007
This handout image from October 24, 2006, shows the world's most premature living baby, Amillia Sonja...
Miami, UNITED STATES
Handout image of premature baby Amillia Sonja Taylor in Florida
This handout image from October 24, 2006, shows the world's most premature living baby, Amillia Sonja Taylor's, feet held in contrast with adult hands, just after her birth at Baptist Children's Hospital in Miami, Florida. Taylor, only slightly longer than a ballpoint pen at birth was due to be sent home in the coming days from a Florida hospital after four months of neonatal intensive care, the hospital said on February 20, 2007. REUTERS/Baptist Health South Florida/Handout (UNITED STATES)
BOSNIA-SERBIA/OUTCOME
RTR1MUTS
February 26, 2007
Women from Srebrenica react to television coverage from The International Court of Justice in front of...
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Women from Srebrenica react to television coverage in Tuzla
Women from Srebrenica react to television coverage from The International Court of Justice in front of a wall covered with pictures of their missing loved ones in an office in Tuzla February 26, 2007. The top U.N. court ruled on Monday that Serbia did not commit genocide through the killing that ravaged Bosnia during the 1992-95 war, but said Serbia had failed in its obligation to prevent and punish genocide. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
CLIMATE-PRIZE/
RTR1M699
February 09, 2007
Airline tycoon Richard Branson (L) and former U.S. vice-president Al Gore hold a globe in central London...
London, United Kingdom
Airline tycoon Richard Branson and former U.S. vice-president Al Gore hold a globe in central London
Airline tycoon Richard Branson (L) and former U.S. vice-president Al Gore hold a globe in central London February 9, 2007. Branson announced on Friday a $25 million prize to the first person to come up with a way of scrubbing greenhouse gases out of the atmosphere in the battle to beat global warming. REUTERS Kieran Doherty (BRITAIN)
USA-TORNADO/
RTR1LZLY
February 04, 2007
Pastor Larry Lynn of the Lady Lake Church of God preaches outside the rubble of his church during Sunday...
LADY LAKE, UNITED STATES
Pastor Larry Lynn of the Lady Lake Church of God worships at church in Lady Lake
Pastor Larry Lynn of the Lady Lake Church of God preaches outside the rubble of his church during Sunday services in Lady Lake, Florida, February 4, 2007. Severe thunderstorms and at least one tornado killed 19 people on Friday when they ripped through Florida in the dead of night, tearing homes to shreds, toppling heavy trucks and leaving a trail of rubble. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
USA-CRIME/LIBBY
RTR1MR5B
February 23, 2007
Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff Lewis 'Scooter' Libby (R) rides past the Capitol Building...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff Lewis 'Scooter' Libby rides past the Capitol Building...
Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff Lewis 'Scooter' Libby (R) rides past the Capitol Building after leaving the U.S. Federal Court in Washington February 23, 2007, after the third day of jury deliberation in his federal perjury trial. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES)
GREECE/
RTR1MP31
February 22, 2007
Self-styled anarchists armed with wooden sticks fight against the police in an attempt to release an...
Athens, Greece
Protesters attack police officers in Athens
Self-styled anarchists armed with wooden sticks fight against the police in an attempt to release an arrested comrade (on the floor) in a cloud of tear gas outside the Greek Parliament in Athens February 22, 2007. Clashes erupted after protesters tried to break a police cordon as thousands of students marched through Athens to protest government plans to reform higher education and introduce private universities. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis (GREECE)
GERMANY/
RTR1MLSM
February 20, 2007
Petty Officer Second Class Ronny Gottschalk cuddles his seven-month-old daughter Mia-Sophie during a...
Wilhelmshaven, Germany
Petty Officer Second Class Gottschalk cuddles his daughter Mia-Sophie during a farewell ceremony at the...
Petty Officer Second Class Ronny Gottschalk cuddles his seven-month-old daughter Mia-Sophie during a farewell ceremony at the northern German naval base of Wilhelmshaven February 20, 2007. The German Navy frigate F208 Niedersachsen is on its way to the Middle East and will replace frigate Karlsruhe in the Eastern Mediteranean supporting UNIFIL peacekeeping mission. REUTERS/Christian Charisius(GERMANY)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1MTCH
February 25, 2007
A man lies on a boat in the flooded area of Villa Monasterios outskirts of Trinidad, Beni, some 400 km...
Trinidad, Bolivia
A man lies on a boat in the flooded area of Villa Monasterios outskirts of Trinidad, Beni
A man lies on a boat in the flooded area of Villa Monasterios outskirts of Trinidad, Beni, some 400 km (248 miles) northeast of La Paz, February 25, 2007. The most devastating floods to hit Bolivia in 25 years have killed at least 35 people, destroyed thousands of homes, and mangled crops and roads throughout much of the South American nation. Most of the sparsely populated Beni province, which is roughly the size of the United Kingdom, is under water. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
MAURITANIA-SPAIN/MIGRANTS
RTR1MBK3
February 12, 2007
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Up to 400 African and Asian...
Nouadhibou, Mauritania
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou
A migrant rests after arriving at the port of Nouadhibou February 12, 2007. Up to 400 African and Asian migrants began disembarking in northern Mauritania on Monday from a battered freighter intercepted by the Spanish coastguard over a week ago, witnesses said. REUTERS/Juan Medina (MAURITANIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1M26V
February 06, 2007
An independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007....
La Paz, Bolivia
A independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz
An independent miner lights dynamite sticks during a rally in the centre of La Paz February 6, 2007. Mining cooperatives, to which some 55,000 independent miners belong, strongly oppose plans by the leftist government Evo Morales to increase taxes on miners and overhaul the mining industry. Miner protests have helped to topple presidents in the past, and last year 16 miners died in dynamite battles for control of Huanuni, the country's largest tin mine. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BRITAIN/
RTR1MW0D
February 27, 2007
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair is seen reflected in a mirror as he pauses to drink during his monthly...
London, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Blair pauses to drink during his monthly news conference at Downing Street,...
Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair is seen reflected in a mirror as he pauses to drink during his monthly news conference at Downing Street, London February 27, 2007. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRAZIL-CRIME/RIO
RTR1ME8L
February 14, 2007
Members of an elite Brazilian police force take aim near a resident of the Complexo do Alemao slum as...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Members of an elite Brazilian police force take cover during a raid in Rio de Janeiro
Members of an elite Brazilian police force take aim near a resident of the Complexo do Alemao slum as they continue to carry out raids to control the escalating violence between drug gangs, in Rio de Janeiro February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
PALESTINIANS ISRAEL
RTR1M4SS
February 08, 2007
A Palestinian girl shouts in front of Israeli border policemen during a protest against Israeli excavations...
Jerusalem, multiple countries
A Palestinian girl shouts in front of Israeli border policemen during a protest against Israeli excavations...
A Palestinian girl shouts in front of Israeli border policemen during a protest against Israeli excavations near the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City February 8, 2007. Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert has spurned a call to consider halting excavation work near Jerusalem's most sensitive shrine, which has angered Muslims and threatened a Gaza ceasefire deal. Palestinians have warned Israel the work near a compound housing the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa mosque, Islam's third holiest site, could derail a shaky truce in Gaza with the Jewish state. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM)
SECURITY-CONFERENCE/
RTR1M87V
February 10, 2007
German riot police arrest demonstrators after a rally against the 43rd Conference on Security Policy...
Munich, Germany
German riot police arrest demonstrators after a rally against the 43rd Conference on Security Policy...
German riot police arrest demonstrators after a rally against the 43rd Conference on Security Policy in Munich, February 10, 2007. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach (GERMANY)
ISRAEL/
RTR1MXDN
February 28, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pauses during a session in the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert pauses during a session in the Knesset in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert pauses during a session in the Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem February 28, 2007. REUTERS/Yonathan Weitzman (JERUSALEM)
HAITI/
RTR1M6ZF
February 09, 2007
U.N. Brazilian commander Major General Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz shouts from inside a armored vehicle...
Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
U.N. Brazilian commander Maj. Gen. Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz goes inside a armored vehicle to watch...
U.N. Brazilian commander Major General Carlos Alberto dos Santos Cruz shouts from inside a armored vehicle during a gunfight between U.N. peacekeepers and gunmen in the volatile neighborhood of Cite-Soleil in Port-au-Prince February 9, 2007. Hundreds of U.N. soldiers stormed a slum neighborhood in Haiti's capital on Friday to try to wrest control from a criminal gang, prompting a gunfight that killed one person and wounded several others, including two peacekeepers. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI)
IRAQ/
RTR1MB5R
February 12, 2007
A man runs down a street warning people to flee shortly after a twin car bomb attack at Shorja market...
Baghdad, Iraq
A man runs down a street warning people to flee shortly after a twin car bomb attack at Shorja market...
A man runs down a street warning people to flee shortly after a twin car bomb attack at Shorja market in Baghdad February 12, 2007. Three bomb attacks at markets in Baghdad killed at least 64 people and wounded 150 on Monday as Iraqis marked the first anniversary of a Shi'ite shrine bombing that pitched the country to the brink of civil war. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ) Also refer to: GF1DUQQODYAA
AFGHANISTAN
RTR1POCW
February 23, 2007
A woman walks past riot police outside a gathering in Kabul's stadium February 23, 2007. Some thirty...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A woman walks past riot police outside a gathering in Kabul's stadium
A woman walks past riot police outside a gathering in Kabul's stadium February 23, 2007. Some thirty thousand Afghans staged a gathering in Kabul on Friday to urge President Hamid Karzai to approve a bill that calls for blank amnesty for the country's 25 years of war criminals. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
USA -ASTRONAUTS/
RTR1M22V
February 06, 2007
Lisa Nowak makes her initial appearance in a courtroom at the Orange County Jail in Florida February...
Orlando, UNITED STATES
Lisa Nowak makes her initial appearance in a courtroom at the Orange County Jail in Florida
Lisa Nowak makes her initial appearance in a courtroom at the Orange County Jail in Florida February 6, 2007. Nowak, a U.S. astronaut accused of trying to kidnap a woman she considered a rival for another astronaut's affections was granted bond at her first court appearance in Florida on Tuesday. REUTERS/Red Huber/Pool (UNITED STATES)
ISRAEL/
RTR1MV2Y
February 26, 2007
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his wife, Aliza, eat lunch together in the official residence...
Jerusalem, Israel
Israel's Prime Minister Olmert and his wife Aliza eat lunch together in Jerusalem
Israel's Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his wife, Aliza, eat lunch together in the official residence in Jerusalem February 26, 2007. Aliza Olmert, an artist and mother of four, is known to hold views to the left of her husband, Prime Minister Olmert. She has accompanied him on several visits abroad but largely stays out of the limelight. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM)
ITALY-BABIES/
RTR1MV0J
February 26, 2007
Orderly Stefano Lorenzi demonstrates the use of a high-tech hatch to a heated crib which was used for...
Rome, Italy
Orderly Stefano Lorenzi demonstrates the use of a high-tech hatch to a heated baby crib at a hospital...
Orderly Stefano Lorenzi demonstrates the use of a high-tech hatch to a heated crib which was used for the first time over the weekend when an unwanted infant was left at Casilino hospital in Rome February 26, 2007. Italy's Family Affairs Minister Rosy Bindi says she wants every hospital in Italy to have a modern-day version of the mediaeval "foundling wheel" where unwanted newborns were left at convents. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
TURKMENISTAN-ELECTION/LEADER
RTR1ME93
February 14, 2007
Delegates of the People's Council, the Halk Maslakhaty, approve of the presidency of Turkmenistan's new...
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
Delegates of the People's Council, the Halk Maslakhaty, approve of the presidency of Turkmenistan's new...
Delegates of the People's Council, the Halk Maslakhaty, approve of the presidency of Turkmenistan's new leader Kurbanguly Berdymukhamedov during his inauguration in Ashgabat February 14, 2007. Berdymukhamedov became gas-rich Turkmenistan's new president on Wednesday, pledging to follow a path set by late authoritarian leader Saparmurat Niyazov and respect existing energy contracts. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (TURKMENISTAN)
UKRAINE/
RTR1MFM5
February 15, 2007
A man who served in the Soviet Union's army takes part in an official ceremony as Ukraine marks the 18th...
Kiev, Ukraine
A man who served in the Soviet Union's army takes part in an official ceremony as Ukraine marks the 18th...
A man who served in the Soviet Union's army takes part in an official ceremony as Ukraine marks the 18th anniversary of the Soviet troop withdrawal from Afghanistan in Kiev, February 15, 2007. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTR1MK22
February 18, 2007
A girl covers her head with a scarf on the outskirts of the southern city of Kandahar February 18, 2007....
Kandahar, Afghanistan
A girl covers her head with a scarf on the outskirts of the southern city of Kandahar
A girl covers her head with a scarf on the outskirts of the southern city of Kandahar February 18, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
CHINA/
RTR1MUHN
February 26, 2007
A passenger climbs through a window of a train at a railway station in Hefei, east China's Anhui province...
Hefei, China
A passenger climbs through a window of a train at a railway station in Hefei
A passenger climbs through a window of a train at a railway station in Hefei, east China's Anhui province February 26, 2007. The country's transport system was working at full steam as people began ending their Spring Festival holidays and returning to major cities, China Daily reported. REUTERS/Jianan Yu (CHINA)
SENEGAL-ELECTIONS/
RTR1MT2X
February 25, 2007
A Senegalese woman waits to cast her ballot at a voting station during presidential elections in the...
Dakar, Senegal
A Senegalese woman waits to cast her ballot at a voting station during presidential elections in the...
A Senegalese woman waits to cast her ballot at a voting station during presidential elections in the capital Dakar, February 25 2007. Senegalese began voting on Sunday in an election which President Abdoulaye Wade hopes will extend his rule for five more years in one of Africa's most stable democracies. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL)
SERBIA-KOSOVO/RESIGNATION
RTR1MBO3
February 12, 2007
Kosovo Albanians bury Arben Xhelidini, one of two men killed in clashes between police and ethnic Albanians,...
Pristina, Serbia & Montenegro
Kosovo Albanians bury Xhelidini, one of two men killed in clashes between police and ethnic Albanians,...
Kosovo Albanians bury Arben Xhelidini, one of two men killed in clashes between police and ethnic Albanians, in Pristina February 12, 2007. Kosovo's interior minister resigned on Monday over the deaths of two protesters in clashes between police and ethnic Albanians on Saturday demonstrating against a U.N. plan for the breakaway province. REUTERS/Hazir Reka (SERBIA)
UKRAINE
RTR1MCFR
February 13, 2007
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna sit during an official reception at Mariinsky...
Kiev, Ukraine
Ukraine's President Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna sit during an official reception at Mariinsky palace...
Ukraine's President Viktor Yushchenko and his wife Kateryna sit during an official reception at Mariinsky palace in Kiev for diplomats accredited in Ukraine, February 12, 2007. Picture taken February 12, 2007. REUTERS/Mykola Lazarenko/Pool (UKRAINE)
IRAQ/
RTR1MDSQ
February 14, 2007
An Iraqi policeman watches a U.S. Blackhawk helicopter leaving an Iraqi Police base southeast of Baghdad,...
Baghdad, Iraq
An Iraqi policeman watches a U.S. Blackhawk helicopter leaving an Iraqi Police base southeast of Baghdad...
An Iraqi policeman watches a U.S. Blackhawk helicopter leaving an Iraqi Police base southeast of Baghdad, February 14, 2007. REUTERS/Carlos Barria (IRAQ)
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SOMALIA-CONFLICT/
RTR1MJS8
February 18, 2007
Residents try to identify a government soldier killed in an ambush on Mogadishu's industrial road in...
Mogadishu, Somalia
Residents try to identify a government soldier killed in an ambush in Mogadishu
Residents try to identify a government soldier killed in an ambush on Mogadishu's industrial road in an attack that also wounded three soldiers in Mogadishu, February 18, 2007. Separately, four people were killed when their car exploded in Mogadishu on Sunday, a Reuters witness and a resident said. It was not clear what caused the blast. REUTERS/Shabelle Media (SOMALIA)
PALESTINIANS/
RTR1M3BF
February 07, 2007
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (L) and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal sit inside a car after their...
Mecca, Saudi Arabia
Palestinian President Abbas and Hamas leader Meshaal sit inside a car after their meeting in Mecca
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas (L) and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal sit inside a car after their meeting in Mecca February 7, 2007. Abbas and his Hamas rivals began crisis talks on Wednesday with a pledge not to leave Saudi Arabia until they had reached an agreement that would end deadly factional fighting. REUTERS/Suhaib Salem (SAUDI ARABIA)
INDONESIA-FLOODS/
RTR1LYS5
February 04, 2007
Residents evacuates a two-week old baby from a flooded area in east Jakarta February 4, 2007. At least...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Residents evacuates a two-week old baby from a flooded area in east Jakarta
Residents evacuates a two-week old baby from a flooded area in east Jakarta February 4, 2007. At least five people have been killed in severe floods in Indonesia's capital and surrounding areas with more than 100,000 people left homeless after days of torrential rain, a disaster official said on Saturday. REUTERS/Enny Nuraheni (INDONESIA)
IRAQ/
RTR1LZ0A
February 04, 2007
The body of a bomb blast victim lies on top of a vehicle as it arrives at al-Kindi hospital morgue in...
Baghdad, Iraq
The body of a bomb blast victim lies on top of a vehicle as it arrives at al-Kindi hospital morgue in...
The body of a bomb blast victim lies on top of a vehicle as it arrives at al-Kindi hospital morgue in Baghdad February 4, 2007. A suicide bomber killed 135 people on Saturday in the deadliest single bombing in Iraq since the 2003 war, driving a truck laden with one tonne of explosives into a market in a mainly Shi'ite area of Baghdad. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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February 27, 2007
Residents flee the scene of a car bomb attack in Baghdad, February 27, 2007. At least two persons were...
Baghdad, Iraq
Residents flee the scene of a car bomb attack in Baghdad
Residents flee the scene of a car bomb attack in Baghdad, February 27, 2007. At least two persons were killed while four others were wounded in an attack which targeted a car park in Baghdad's commercial district of Karrada, police said. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz (IRAQ)
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