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Keywording Images - 01 Aug 2007
Keywording Images - 01 Aug 2007
IRAQ-REFUGEES/CAMP
RTR1SF44
August 01, 2007
A woman carries plastic containers to fetch water in a refugee camp in Sulaimaniya, 330 km (205 miles)...
Sulaimaniya, Iraq
To match feature IRAQ-REFUGEES/CAMP
A woman carries plastic containers to fetch water in a refugee camp in Sulaimaniya, 330 km (205 miles) northeast of Baghdad July 30, 2007. Refugee workers call it the "pull factor" -- camps with conditions comfortable enough to attract people in a country where an average of 60,000 Iraqis a month are driven from their homes by sectarian violence. Picture taken July 30, 2007. To match feature IRAQ-REFUGEES/CAMP REUTERS/Sherko Raouf (IRAQ)
SOCCER-GERMANY/
RTR1SF46
August 01, 2007
Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster reacts at the pitch before their friendly soccer match against Hanover...
Hanover, Germany
Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster reacts at the pitch before their friendly soccer match against Hanover...
Real Madrid coach Bernd Schuster reacts at the pitch before their friendly soccer match against Hanover 96 in Hanover July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR1SF2S
July 31, 2007
A parishioner dances in Las Sierritas church, during the Santo Domingo de Guzman (Saint Dominic) festival...
Managua, Nicaragua
A parishioner dances in Las Sierritas church, during the Santo Domingo de Guzman festival in Managua
A parishioner dances in Las Sierritas church, during the Santo Domingo de Guzman (Saint Dominic) festival in Managua July 31, 2007. Santo Domingo is the patron saint of Managua. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA)
SPAIN
RTR1SF2F
July 31, 2007
A family inspects their house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria,...
Mogan, Spain
A family inspects their house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria...
A family inspects their house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria, Spain July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Borja Suarez (SPAIN)
SPAIN
RTR1SF2E
July 31, 2007
A woman looks at a house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria,...
Mogan, Spain
A woman looks at a house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria...
A woman looks at a house after it was burnt down in Mogan on the Spanish Canary island of Gran Canaria, Spain July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Borja Suarez (SPAIN)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF2B
July 31, 2007
Bolivian independent miners leave the "Cerro Rico" mountain in a truck in Potosi, about 420 km (260 miles)...
Potosi, Bolivia
Bolivian independent miners leave the "Cerro Rico" mountain in a truck in Potosi
Bolivian independent miners leave the "Cerro Rico" mountain in a truck in Potosi, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site, could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousands extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF21
July 31, 2007
Bolivian independent miners carry minerals in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, about 420 km (260...
Potosi, Bolivia
Bolivian independent miners carry minerals in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi
Bolivian independent miners carry minerals in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, about 420 km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site, could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousands extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
SOCCER-CHAMPIONS
RTR1SF1W
July 31, 2007
Racing Genk's goalkeeper Logan Bailly reacts after a UEFA Champions League second qualifying round soccer...
Genk, Belgium
Racing Genk goalkeeper Bailly reacts after UEFA Champions League qualifier against Sarajevo in Genk
Racing Genk's goalkeeper Logan Bailly reacts after a UEFA Champions League second qualifying round soccer match against Sarajevo in Genk July 31, 2007. Sarajevo won 2-1. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF1U
July 31, 2007
A view of one of the hundreds of mines at the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi some 420km (260 miles)...
Potosi, Bolivia
A view of one of the hundreds of mines at the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi
A view of one of the hundreds of mines at the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS\David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF1O
July 31, 2007
View of Potosi city from the "Cerro Rico" mountain, Potosi some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz,...
Potosi, Bolivia
View of Potosi city from the "Cerro Rico" mountain
View of Potosi city from the "Cerro Rico" mountain, Potosi some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters. REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF1N
July 31, 2007
Bolivian independent miners look at the "Cerro Rico" mountain as they sit in a truck in Potosi, some...
Potosi, Bolivia
Bolivian independent miners look at the "Cerro Rico" mountain as they sit in a truck in Potosi
Bolivian independent miners look at the "Cerro Rico" mountain as they sit in a truck in Potosi, some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
SPAIN/
RTR1SF13
July 31, 2007
A would-be immigrant rests on board a rescue boat as they arrive at the port of Almeria July 31, 2007....
Almeria, Spain
A would-be immigrant rests on board a rescue boat at the port of Almeria
A would-be immigrant rests on board a rescue boat as they arrive at the port of Almeria July 31, 2007. Some 72 would-be immigrants, including at least 38 minors, were intercepted off the southern Spanish coast on their way to reach European soil from Africa, according to authorities. REUTERS/Francisco Bonilla (SPAIN)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SF10
July 31, 2007
A view of the ancient minerals storage place at The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi some 420...
Potosi, Bolivia
A view of the ancient minerals storage place at The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi
A view of the ancient minerals storage place at The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi some 420 Km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
YEMEN/
RTR1SF0D
July 31, 2007
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa July 31, 2007. The show...
Sanaa, Yemen
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa July 31, 2007. The show was part of the 'Sanaa Summer Tourism Festival 2007', launched two weeks ago to revive the country's tourism industry after a car bomb attack left eight Spanish tourists dead and five others injured, in northern Yemen on July 2. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
YEMEN/
RTR1SF0B
July 31, 2007
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa July 31, 2007. The show...
Sanaa, Yemen
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa
A girl poses in a traditional dress during Yemen's first fashion show in Sanaa July 31, 2007. The show was part of the 'Sanaa Summer Tourism Festival 2007', launched two weeks ago to revive the country's tourism industry after a car bomb attack left eight Spanish tourists dead and five others injured, in northern Yemen on July 2. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SEZO
July 31, 2007
independent Bolivian miners carry minerals in the the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260...
Potosi, Bolivia
independent Bolivian miners carry minerals in the the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi
independent Bolivian miners carry minerals in the the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SEZL
July 31, 2007
An independent Bolivian miner looks on in a mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260...
Potosi, Bolivia
An independent Bolivian miner looks on in a mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi
An independent Bolivian miner looks on in a mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SEZF
July 31, 2007
Independent Bolivian miners take a truck to the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260 miles)...
Potosi, Bolivia
Bolivian independent miners take a truck to the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi
Independent Bolivian miners take a truck to the "Cerro Rico" mountain in Potosi, some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS\David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SEYO
July 31, 2007
A Bolivian independent miner looks on into the mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain (background)in Potosi...
Potosi, Bolivia
A Bolivian independent miner looks on into the mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain
A Bolivian independent miner looks on into the mine in the "Cerro Rico" mountain (background)in Potosi some 420 Km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
BOLIVIA/
RTR1SEYN
July 31, 2007
The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007....
Potosi, Bolivia
The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi,Bolivia
The "Cerro Rico" mountain is seen in Potosi some 420km (260 miles) southeast of La Paz, July 31, 2007. High silver prices are drawing a frenzy of miners to a colonial-era mine at Potosi in Bolivia, but the mine has become so dangerous that authorities fear the mine, part of a World Heritage Site,could collapse. Cerro Rico (Rich Mountain) rises majestically above the town of Potosi, a symbol of a colonial past where Inca slaves died by the thousand extracting silver to enrich their Spanish masters.REUTERS/David Mercado (BOLIVIA)
INDIA/
RTR1SEYA
July 31, 2007
A child of a sex worker sleeps in a 24-hour creche in the red light area of Kalighat in the eastern Indian...
Kolkata, India
A child of a sex worker sleeps in a 24-hour creche in Kolkata
A child of a sex worker sleeps in a 24-hour creche in the red light area of Kalighat in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 31, 2007. The nursery run by a non-government organisation (NGO) "New Light", shelters about 102 children of sex workers, of whom 25 children live here permanently. All children are provided with free food and education, programme coordinator Arnab Basu said. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA/
RTR1SEY9
July 31, 2007
A child of a sex worker lies on a hand cart outside a 24-hour creche in the red light area of Kalighat...
Kolkata, India
A child of a sex worker lies on a hand cart outside a 24-hour creche in Kolkata
A child of a sex worker lies on a hand cart outside a 24-hour creche in the red light area of Kalighat in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata July 31, 2007. The nursery run by a non-government organisation (NGO) "New Light", shelters about 102 children of sex workers, of whom 25 children live here permanently. All children are provided with free food and education, programme coordinator Arnab Basu said. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
SPAIN/
RTR1SEXS
July 31, 2007
A fire-fighting helicopter collects water to battle a forest fire on the Spanish Canary island of Tenerife,...
SAN JUAN DE LA RAMBLA, Spain
A fire-fighting helicopter colllects water to battle a forest fire on the Spanish Canary island of Tenerife...
A fire-fighting helicopter collects water to battle a forest fire on the Spanish Canary island of Tenerife, July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Santiago Ferrero (SPAIN)
DOWJONES-NEWSCORP/
RTR1SEXK
July 31, 2007
A copy of the Wall Street Journal is seen at an office in New York, July 31, 2007. Rupert Murdoch's News...
New York, UNITED STATES
A copy of the Wall Street Journal is seen in New York
A copy of the Wall Street Journal is seen at an office in New York, July 31, 2007. Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is likely to secure a deal to buy Dow Jones & Co. Inc. on Tuesday after drawing the support of a sufficient number of votes held by the company's controlling family, according to The Wall Street Journal. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
CUBA-BOATPEOPLE/
RTR1SEXF
July 31, 2007
Cubans line up outside the U.S. consular annex in Havana seeking visas to travel to the United States...
Havana, Cuba
To match feature CUBA-BOATPEOPLE/
Cubans line up outside the U.S. consular annex in Havana seeking visas to travel to the United States as political refugees July 30, 2007. With expectations of change waning one year after Fidel Castro fell ill, more Cuban are seeking to leave their country, legally with visas in hand or illegally by sea. Lines of Cubans seeking visas have grown outside foreign embassies. Diplomats say the requests for visas have risen. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1SEXC
July 31, 2007
A Palestinian family returns from Egypt into Gaza through Erez crossing July 31, 2007. Crossings into...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian family returns from Egypt into Gaza through Erez crossing
A Palestinian family returns from Egypt into Gaza through Erez crossing July 31, 2007. Crossings into the Gaza Strip from Israel and Egypt were closed to most traffic after the June 14 Hamas takeover of the enclave of 1.5 million people, resulting in shortages of food and other essentials. But this week Israel began allowing Palestinians stranded in Egypt to return to Gaza via the Jewish state, in a deal agreed with Egypt and Abbas' Western-backed government but criticized by Hamas. REUTERS/Ismail Zaydah (GAZA)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR1SEX7
July 31, 2007
A Palestinian woman waits at Erez crossing for her relatives to return from Egypt into Gaza July 31,...
Gaza, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian woman waits at Erez crossing for her relatives to return from Egypt into Gaza
A Palestinian woman waits at Erez crossing for her relatives to return from Egypt into Gaza July 31, 2007. Crossings into the Gaza Strip from Israel and Egypt were closed to most traffic after the June 14 Hamas takeover of the enclave of 1.5 million people, resulting in shortages of food and other essentials. But this week Israel began allowing Palestinians stranded in Egypt to return to Gaza via the Jewish state, in a deal agreed with Egypt and Abbas' Western-backed government but criticized by Hamas. REUTERS/Ismail Zaydah (GAZA)
DOWJONES-NEWSCORP/
RTR1SEWR
July 31, 2007
The Dow Jones news ticker is seen above Times Square in New York, July 31, 2007. Rupert Murdoch's News...
New York, UNITED STATES
Dow Jones news ticker is seen at Times square in New York
The Dow Jones news ticker is seen above Times Square in New York, July 31, 2007. Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is expected to reach a definitive agreement to buy Dow Jones & Co. Inc. on Tuesday evening, capping his three-month pursuit of of the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, a source familiar with the matter said. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES)
SPAIN/
RTR1SEWD
July 31, 2007
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca...
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca July 31, 2007.REUTERS/Dani Cardona(SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1SEWE
July 31, 2007
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca...
Palma De Mallorca, Spain
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca...
Yachts sail downwind during the second stage of the 26th King's Cup sailing race in Palma de Mallorca July 31, 2007.REUTERS/Dani Cardona(SPAIN)
BULGARIA/
RTR1SEWJ
July 31, 2007
A man touches drawings by Spanish artist Francisco Goya during a exhibition dedicated to Spanish artists...
Sofia, Bulgaria
Man touches drawings by Spanish artist Francisco Goya in Sofia
A man touches drawings by Spanish artist Francisco Goya during a exhibition dedicated to Spanish artists in Bulgaria's National Gallery of Foreign Art in Sofia, July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Nikolay Doychinov (BULGARIA)
SRILANKA/
RTR1SEW4
July 31, 2007
An activist from Forum for Life lights candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
An activist from Forum for Life lights candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils...
An activist from Forum for Life lights candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils who were killed during the Black July riot in 1983, in Colombo, July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA/
RTR1SEVX
July 31, 2007
Activists from Forum for Life hold candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Activists from Forum for Life hold candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils...
Activists from Forum for Life hold candles during a ceremony in commemoration of the minority Tamils who were killed during the Black July riot in 1983, in Colombo, July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Buddhika Weerasinghe (SRI LANKA)
PAKISTAN/
RTR1SEVU
July 31, 2007
Visitors look out from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint in Pakistan's capital Islamabad July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Adrees...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Visitors look out from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint in Pakistan's capital Islamabad
Visitors look out from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint in Pakistan's capital Islamabad July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN/
RTR1SEVR
July 31, 2007
The Shah Faisal Mosque is seen from the Margalla Hills in Pakistan's capital Islamabad July 31, 2007....
Islamabad, Pakistan
The Shah Faisal Mosque is seen from the Margalla Hills in Pakistan's capital Islamabad
The Shah Faisal Mosque is seen from the Margalla Hills in Pakistan's capital Islamabad July 31, 2007. Renown for both its immense size and architecture, the mosque is one of Asia's largest. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (PAKISTAN)
JORDAN/ELECTION
RTR1SEVG
July 31, 2007
A Jordanian woman holds her son as she casts her ballot for the local elections at a polling station...
Amman, Jordan
A Jordanian woman holds her son as she casts ballot for the local elections at a polling station in Amman...
A Jordanian woman holds her son as she casts her ballot for the local elections at a polling station in Amman, July 31, 2007. Jordan's Islamist main opposition party withdrew its candidates from local elections on Tuesday, accusing the authorities of vote-rigging, and said it may not take part in parliamentary polls later this year. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN)
IVORY-COAST/
RTR1SEVA
July 31, 2007
Ibrahim Solo, 3, covers his head with a frying pan as he stands in the rain in Ivory Coast's capital...
Abidjan, Ivory Coast/Cote D'Ivoire
A boy covers his head with a frying pan as he stands in the rain in Abidjan
Ibrahim Solo, 3, covers his head with a frying pan as he stands in the rain in Ivory Coast's capital Abidjan June 16, 2006. Africa celebrated the Day of the African Child on Friday to commemorate the start of an uprising by the school children of Soweto near Johannesburg in 1976 that formed a significant turning point in South Africa's struggle for liberation from apartheid. This year's theme is 'Protecting children from violence'. REUTERS/Thierry Gouegnon (IVORY COAST) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
CUBA/
RTR1SEV5
July 31, 2007
A child rides a home made scooter through the rain in Guantanamo, Cuba January 10, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia...
Guantanamo, Cuba
Child rides home made scooter through the rain in Guantanamo
A child rides a home made scooter through the rain in Guantanamo, Cuba January 10, 2007. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
FALKLANDS-TOURISM/
RTR1SEUV
July 31, 2007
Visitors look at a rusty machine gun used by Argentine troops to defend Port Stanley during the 1982...
Port Stanley, Falkland Islands
Visitors look at a rusty machine gun used by Argentine troops to defend Port Stanley
Visitors look at a rusty machine gun used by Argentine troops to defend Port Stanley during the 1982 Falklands War (Guerra de Las Malvinas), in Mount Longdon, near Port Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands, in this file photo taken June 10, 2007. Braving a penetrating wind, tourists pick through trenches and battlefields from the 1982 British-Argentine war on chilly Mt. Longdon in the remote Falkland Islands finding discarded combat boots and toothpaste tubes with toothpaste still in them. The chance to visit battlefields and contemplate the tragedy of war -- 904 people died in 73 days of fighting after Argentina tried to reclaim the islands from the British -- has been one factor driving higher tourism in the Falklands. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian/Files (FALKLAND ISLANDS)
IRAQ/
RTR1SEUS
July 31, 2007
A boy collects junk from a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make...
Baghdad, Iraq
A boy collects junk from a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City
A boy collects junk from a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make a living by gathering junk at the dumpsite in Sadr City, a vast slum in northeastern Baghdad. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
PAKISTAN/
RTR1SEUQ
July 31, 2007
One-year-old Danyal Khan looks at Pakistan's capital Islamabad from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint on July...
Islamabad, Pakistan
One-year-old Danyal Khan looks at Pakistan's capital Islamabad from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint
One-year-old Danyal Khan looks at Pakistan's capital Islamabad from the Daman-E-Koh viewpoint on July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (PAKISTAN)
IRAQ/
RTR1SEUO
July 31, 2007
A boy drinks water from a hose in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30...
Baghdad, Iraq
A boy drinks water from a hose in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City
A boy drinks water from a hose in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make a living by gathering junk at the dumpsite in Sadr City, a vast slum in northeastern Baghdad. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
PALESTINE-ISRAEL/
RTR1SEUN
July 31, 2007
Palestinian Halimeh Saleem (L) washes dishes at her cave home in the northern Negev Desert, near the...
Negev Desert, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian washes dishes at her cave home in the northern Negev Desert
Palestinian Halimeh Saleem (L) washes dishes at her cave home in the northern Negev Desert, near the West Bank city of Hebron, January 17, 2007. The Hamdan clan, a Palestinian community of 120 members, still carry on with their ancestors' traditional way of life, living in caves and surviving on the fruits of the earth. Picture taken January 17, 2007. REUTERS/Nayef Hashlamoun (WEST BANK) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
IRAQ/
RTR1SEUJ
July 31, 2007
Girls wash dishes outside their house in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About...
Baghdad, Iraq
Girls wash dishes outside their house in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City
Girls wash dishes outside their house in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make a living by gathering junk at the dumpsite in Sadr City, a vast slum in northeastern Baghdad. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTR1SEUH
July 31, 2007
Children drink water from a broken pipe in a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30...
Baghdad, Iraq
Children drink water from a broken pipe in a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City
Children drink water from a broken pipe in a dumpsite in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make a living by gathering junk at the dumpsite in Sadr City, a vast slum in northeastern Baghdad. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
RTR1SEUG
July 31, 2007
A girl looks out from a junk refrigerator which was converted into a toilet in a slum neighbourhood in...
Baghdad, Iraq
A girl looks out from a junk refrigerator which was converted into a toilet in a slum neighbourhood in...
A girl looks out from a junk refrigerator which was converted into a toilet in a slum neighbourhood in Baghdad's Sadr City July 31, 2007. About 30 poor families make a living by gathering junk at the dumpsite in Sadr City, a vast slum in northeastern Baghdad. REUTERS/Kareem Raheem (IRAQ)
LATVIA/
RTR1SEUC
July 31, 2007
A visitor walks past Naomi Itya of Canada's artwork "Northern Lights" during Inuit wall hanging exposition...
Riga, Latvia
A visitor walks past Naomi Itya of Canada's artwork "Northern Lights" during Inuit wall hanging exposition...
A visitor walks past Naomi Itya of Canada's artwork "Northern Lights" during Inuit wall hanging exposition opening in Riga July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins(LATVIA)
FRANCE/
RTR1SEU3
July 31, 2007
An illegal immigrant of African origin sits in a tent as he camps in the courtyard of a trade union building...
Lille, France
An illegal immigrant of African origin sits in a tent in the courtyard of a trade union building in Lille...
An illegal immigrant of African origin sits in a tent as he camps in the courtyard of a trade union building in Lille, northern France, in support of a score of people who are observing a hunger strike, July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol (FRANCE)
TURKEY/
RTR1SETV
July 31, 2007
A fish trap sits on a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul, July 31, 2007. Turkey is going through one of the...
Istanbul, Turkey
A fish trap sits on a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul
A fish trap sits on a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul, July 31, 2007. Turkey is going through one of the most arid summers in the past seven decades, with cuts in the city water supply system scheduled to start in Turkish capital Ankara on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1SETS
July 31, 2007
A view of a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul, July 31, 2007. Turkey is going through one of the most arid...
Istanbul, Turkey
A view of a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul
A view of a dried-up lakebed in Istanbul, July 31, 2007. Turkey is going through one of the most arid summers in the past seven decades, with cuts in the city water supply system scheduled to start in Turkish capital Ankara on Wednesday. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
BRITAIN-GOLF
RTR1SETE
July 31, 2007
Japan's Ai Miyazato gestures during a news conference on the practice day before the Ricoh Women's British...
St Andrews, United Kingdom
Japan's Miyazato gestures durig a news conference before taking part in the the Ricoh Women's British...
Japan's Ai Miyazato gestures during a news conference on the practice day before the Ricoh Women's British Open golf championship at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland July 31, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-GOLF
RTR1SETD
July 31, 2007
Japan's Ai Miyazato reacts during a news conference on the practice day before the Ricoh Women's British...
St Andrews, United Kingdom
Japan's Miyazato reacts during a news conference before taking part in the the Ricoh Women's British...
Japan's Ai Miyazato reacts during a news conference on the practice day before the Ricoh Women's British Open golf championship at the Old Course in St. Andrews, Scotland July 31, 2007. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
TURKEY
RTR1SESS
July 31, 2007
Belly dancer Alex (C) performs his show at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
Belly dancer Alex (C) performs his show at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers are thrilling audiences in Turkey and other European capitals, drawing on a tradition dating back to Ottoman times when men in the Sultan's palaces were entertained by young male dancers as the women lived separately in harems. Picture taken July 29, 27. To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
RTR1SESH
July 31, 2007
Belly dancer Alex gets ready before his performance at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
Belly dancer Alex gets ready before his performance at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers are thrilling audiences in Turkey and other European capitals, drawing on a tradition dating back to Ottoman times when men in the Sultan's palaces were entertained by young male dancers as the women lived separately in harems. To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE /REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY))
TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
RTR1SESJ
July 31, 2007
Belly dancer Alex gets ready before his performance at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
Belly dancer Alex gets ready before his performance at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers are thrilling audiences in Turkey and other European capitals, drawing on a tradition dating back to Ottoman times when men in the Sultan's palaces were entertained by young male dancers as the women lived separately in harems. Picture taken July 29, 27. To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE /REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
RTR1SESE
July 31, 2007
Belly dancer Alex (C) performs his show at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers...
Istanbul, Turkey
To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE
Belly dancer Alex (C) performs his show at a night club in Istanbul July 29, 2007. Male belly dancers are thrilling audiences in Turkey and other European capitals, drawing on a tradition dating back to Ottoman times when men in the Sultan's palaces were entertained by young male dancers as the women lived separately in harems. Picture taken July 29, 27. To match feature TURKEY-BELLYDANCE/MALE REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
GERMANY/
RTR1SESC
July 31, 2007
Young girls sit on the end of a pier on a sunny day at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Kirsten...
Bochum, Germany
Young girls sit on the end of a pier on a sunny day at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum
Young girls sit on the end of a pier on a sunny day at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum July 31, 2007. REUTERS/Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1SES3
July 31, 2007
The sand sculpture Octobush by Ulrich Baentsch is resaturated by Anja Nessler during the Sandfestival...
Bochum, Germany
The sand sculpture Octobush by Ulrich Baentsch is resaturated during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader...
The sand sculpture Octobush by Ulrich Baentsch is resaturated by Anja Nessler during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum July 31, 2007. The Sandfestival Ruhr is taking place from July 25 to to September 9. REUTERS/ Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTR1SERX
July 31, 2007
A man takes a picture with his mobile phone of the sand sculpture"King of the Sea" by Sudarsan Pattnaik...
Bochum, Germany
Man takes picture of a sand sculpture during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader Sea
A man takes a picture with his mobile phone of the sand sculpture"King of the Sea" by Sudarsan Pattnaik during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum July 31, 2007. The Sandfestival Ruhr is taking place from July 25 to to September 9. REUTERS/ Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1SERT
July 31, 2007
A woman stands next to the sand sculpture 'Ophelia' by artist Ruslan Korovkov during the Sandfestival...
Bochum, Germany
A woman stands next to a sand sculpture during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader Sea
A woman stands next to the sand sculpture 'Ophelia' by artist Ruslan Korovkov during the Sandfestival Ruhr at the Kemnader Sea in Bochum July 31, 2007. The Sandfestival Ruhr is taking place from July 25 to to September 9. REUTERS/ Kirsten Neumann (GERMANY)
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