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INDONESIA-FLOODS
RTR1M06C
February 05, 2007
Indonesian children play at a flooded rice field at Serpong district near Jakarta on February 4, 2007....
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian children play at a flooded rice field at Serpong district
Indonesian children play at a flooded rice field at Serpong district near Jakarta on February 4, 2007. Floods in the Indonesian capital have killed at least nine people and made nearly 200,000 people homeless, with the deluge of muddy brown water up to 4 metres (13 feet) deep in some areas of Jakarta, officials said on Sunday. REUTERS/Beawiharta
Also see: GF2DWLMPDWAA
QUAKE/
RTR1N82M
March 08, 2007
A Muslim survivor of the earthquake puts on her head scarf in a tent at the Bukit Tinggi hospital in...
Bukit Tinggi, Indonesia
A Muslim survivor of the earthquake puts on her head scarf in a tent at the Bukit Tinggi hospital in...
A Muslim survivor of the earthquake puts on her head scarf in a tent at the Bukit Tinggi hospital in West Sumatra province March 8, 2007. Hundreds of Indonesians tried to pick up the pieces of their lives on Thursday by starting to rebuild their quake-flattened homes, but schools turned away children. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
ENVIRONMENT MALAYSIA HAZE
RTRKFJG
August 14, 2005
A motorcyclist turns back due to intense heat while passing through haze near burnt peat land in Rokan...
Rokan Hilir, Indonesia
A motorcyclist turns back due to intense heat while passing through haze near burnt peat land in ...
A motorcyclist turns back due to intense heat while passing through haze near burnt peat land in Rokan Hilir. A motorcyclist turns back due to intense heat while passing through haze near burnt peat land in Rokan Hilir, Indonesia's Riau province August 14, 2005. In Sumatra, a short ferry ride away from peninsular Malaysia, fires still raged, some of them deep in thick forests more than a day's journey away without helicopters, said a local police chief at Rokan Hilir, where about 5,000 acres (2,000 hectares) are estimated by a forestry official to be on fire. REUTERS/Beawiharta (Indonesia)
Also see GF1DWAMRYZAA
INDONESIA/
RTR1UQDA
October 09, 2007
Passengers react as another climbs through the window of a crowded train at the train station in Jakarta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Passengers react as another climbs through the window of a crowded train at the train station in Jakarta...
Passengers react as another climbs through the window of a crowded train at the train station in Jakarta October 9, 2007. Millions of residents in Jakarta have started the exodus home from the capital city ahead of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA RUSSIA
RTR1THLU
September 05, 2007
Russian president Vladimir Putin inspects an honour guard during a state ceremony at the Merdeka palace...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Russian president Vladimir Putin inspects an honour guard during a state ceremony at the Merdeka palace...
Russian president Vladimir Putin inspects an honour guard during a state ceremony at the Merdeka palace in Jakarta September 6, 2007. Putin is in Indonesia for a one-day state visit. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1LS8L
January 30, 2007
Indonesian children play on a railway track in a slum area in Jakarta, January 30, 2007, as a train travels...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian children play on a railway track in a slum area in Jakarta, January 30, 2007, as a train travels...
Indonesian children play on a railway track in a slum area in Jakarta, January 30, 2007, as a train travels past. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA) Also see image: GM1DVOKSGMAA
TIMOR
RTR1R5LI
June 26, 2007
Children stand on a wall during a campaign by former President Xanana Gusmao's party, the National Congress...
Dili, East Timor
Children stand on a wall during a campaign by former President Xanana Gusmao's party, the National Congress...
Children stand on a wall during a campaign by former President Xanana Gusmao's party, the National Congress for the Reconstruction of East Timor (CNRT), in Dili, June 26, 2007. East Timorese will go to the polls for a third time this year on June 30 in legislative elections whose results will be crucial for the country's stability after last year's deadly violence. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
INDONESIA/
RTR1LL7R
January 25, 2007
Indonesian children take a bath near a construction site in Jakarta January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian children take a bath near a construction site in Jakarta
Indonesian children take a bath near a construction site in Jakarta January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1IC99
October 15, 2006
A child plays with Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation near...
Pekanbaru, Indonesia
A child plays with a two-year-old female baby elephant at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru...
A child plays with Sheila, a two-year-old female baby elephant, at the Minas elephant conservation near Pekanbaru, on the Indonesian island of Sumatra October 15, 2006. Nurcholis Fadli, an activist from the WWF, said at least 20 wild elephants have been killed this year in Sumatra and about 2,500 are believed to remain in the wild on the island. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
TIMOR/
RTR1PHHG
May 09, 2007
An East Timorese woman holds her identity card as she waits to cast her ballot for the presidential election...
Baucau, East Timor
An East Timorese woman holds her identity card as she waits to cast her ballot for the presidential election...
An East Timorese woman holds her identity card as she waits to cast her ballot for the presidential election in Baucau, east of the East Timor capital of Dili, May 9, 2007. Security in East Timor is sufficient to ensure Wednesday's presidential polls go smoothly, the United Nations said ahead of a run-off vote between Prime Minister Jose Ramos-Horta and parliament chief Francisco Guterres. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
INDONESIA/
RTR1TRIM
September 12, 2007
An Indonesian man offer prayers at Istiqlal mosque marking the beginning of the Muslims' holy fasting...
Jakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian man offer prayers at Istiqlal mosque marking the beginning of the Muslims' holy fasting...
An Indonesian man offer prayers at Istiqlal mosque marking the beginning of the Muslims' holy fasting month in Jakarta September 12, 2007. Millions of Muslims in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, will begin fasting for a month on Thursday. By fasting from dawn to sunset, they are forbidden from smoking, having sexual relations, lying, breaking promises or cheating. Muslims celebrate the end of sacred Ramadan with the Eid al-Fitr festival. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FLOODS/
RTR1M5ZY
February 09, 2007
A volunteer clears a classroom of mud in Jakarta February 9, 2007. Fears of disease gripped Indonesia's...
Jakarta, Indonesia
A volunteer clears a classroom of mud in Jakarta
A volunteer clears a classroom of mud in Jakarta February 9, 2007. Fears of disease gripped Indonesia's flood-hit capital on Friday with thousands of people living in cramped emergency shelters and some street still inundated a week after the city's worst floods in five years. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1VG46
October 29, 2007
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit...
Nusa Kambangan, Indonesia
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit...
Convicted Bali bomber Imam Samudera alias Abdul Aziz talks to his daughter during his last family visit in Batu prison, Nusa Kambangan Island, October 29, 2007. Three Indonesian militants on death row for their involvement in planning the Bali bombings five years ago said they were ready to die and would not seek a presidential pardon. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-FLOODS/
RTR1MAZK
February 12, 2007
A child flood victim cries in a Jakarta hospital February 12, 2007. Garbage trucks were out in force...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Child flood victim cries in a Jakarta hospital
A child flood victim cries in a Jakarta hospital February 12, 2007. Garbage trucks were out in force on Jakarta's streets on Monday for a huge clean-up of the city after a devastating flood, while nearly 200,000 people were suffering from flood-related illnesses.
REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
TIMOR/
RTR1RH8W
July 05, 2007
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which...
Dili, East Timor
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili
Adolfo Amaral Sousa smokes a cigarette during a break in Dili, July 5, 2007, at coffee factory which opened in 1962. East Timor produces up to 45,000 tons of Arabica beans a year and most of beans go to the United States, including the Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks, while 30 percent goes to Europe, according to government figures. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
INDONESIA USA
RTR1JJ4G
November 20, 2006
Police protect themselves from the rain with their shields in Bogor November 20, 2006, as protesters...
Bogor, Indonesia
Police protect themselves from the rain with their shields in Bogor
Police protect themselves from the rain with their shields in Bogor November 20, 2006, as protesters demonstrate against U.S President George W. Bush's visit to Indonesia. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
TIMOR
RTR1F0TF
June 30, 2006
A police officer from Portugal beats a protester as Australian soldiers detain another protester during...
Dili, East Timor
Police officer from Portugal beats protester as Australian soldiers detain another protester during clash...
A police officer from Portugal beats a protester as Australian soldiers detain another protester during a clash between supporters and opponents of former Prime Minister Mari Alkatiri in Dili June 30, 2006. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
INDONESIA
RTR1I7R5
October 11, 2006
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat on Sumatra...
RENGAT, Indonesia
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat
Trucks carry acacia tree trunks for the pulp and paper industry amidst the haze near Rengat on Sumatra island October 11, 2006. Hundreds of people prayed for rain on Wednesday in an Indonesian province hard-hit by forest fires as Southeast Asian environment ministers prepared to gather to discuss ways to tackle smoke haze covering the region. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR1E5H9
June 07, 2006
Villagers prays at a temporary tent mosque at Segoroyoso village in Bantul, near the earthquake-hit Indonesian...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Villagers prays at a temporary tent mosque at Segoroyoso village in Bantul, near the earthquake-hit Indonesian...
Villagers prays at a temporary tent mosque at Segoroyoso village in Bantul, near the earthquake-hit Indonesian city of Yogyakarta, June 6, 2006. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
TIMOR/
RTR1PKA3
May 11, 2007
East Timorese soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at a military camp in Dili, May 11, 2007. Nobel...
Dili, East Timor
East Timorese soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at a military camp in Dili
East Timorese soldiers march during a farewell ceremony at a military camp in Dili, May 11, 2007. Nobel Peace prize winner Jose Ramos-Horta won nearly 70 percent of the votes in East Timor's presidential run-off, the election commission said on Friday, as European Union monitors endorsed the handling of the poll. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
INDONESIA
RTREX8K
June 20, 2005
An Acehnese man is surrounded by smoke from debris that he and fellow villagers have set alight during...
Lhok Kruet, Indonesia
Acehnese man is surrounded by smoke from debris near Lhok Kruet.
An Acehnese man is surrounded by smoke from debris that he and fellow villagers have set alight during a cash-for-work programme near the tsunami-ravaged town of Lhok Kruet on the west coast of Aceh province June 20, 2005. Lhok Kruet, 120 km south of the local capital Banda Aceh, was wiped out by the Dec. 26 tsunami that destroyed much of the Acehnese west coast. Foreign and local aid agencies have been helping the Acehnese try to get their lives back together, partly through cash-for-work programmes that focus on the massive clean-up, which is still going on six months later. Villagers are normally paid $3-$4 a day. REUTERS/Beawiharta DY/VP
INDONESIA/
RTR1UQD8
October 09, 2007
Passengers wait at the train station in Jakarta October 9, 2007. Millions of residents in Jakarta have...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Passengers wait at the train station in Jakarta
Passengers wait at the train station in Jakarta October 9, 2007. Millions of residents in Jakarta have started the exodus home from the capital city ahead of the Muslim Eid al-Fitr holiday which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
TIMOR-PRESIDENT/
RTR1X2GX
February 14, 2008
The wife of one of rebel leader Alfredo Reinado's guards cries on her husband's coffin in Dili February...
Dili, East Timor
The wife of one of rebel leader Alfredo Reinado's guards cries on her husband's coffin in Dili
The wife of one of rebel leader Alfredo Reinado's guards cries on her husband's coffin in Dili February 14, 2008. East Timor's parliament approved an extension of the state of emergency until February 23 as Prime Minister Xanana Gusmao called for calm on Wednesday following an assassination attempt on President Jose Ramos-Horta. Ramos-Horta was critically wounded by gunfire from rebel soldiers early on Monday, while Gusmao escaped unhurt in a separate attack on his motorcade. Some analysts had said East Timor could suffer further violence and political chaos after the attack on Ramos-Horta in which rebel leader Alfredo Reinado died. REUTERS/Beawiharta (EAST TIMOR)
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