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RUSSIA-BUSINESS/
RTXFORKA
August 12, 2021
A view shows the Mir diamond mine, which is not used after it was flooded in 2017, near the town of Mirny...
Mirny, Russia
A view shows the flooded Mir diamond mine in Yakutia
A view shows the Mir diamond mine, which is not used after it was flooded in 2017, near the town of Mirny in the region of Yakutia, Russia August 12, 2021. Picture taken August 12, 2021. REUTERS/Alexander Reshetnikov
CRIMEA-ENERGY/
RTXER1PX
July 24, 2021
The full moon sets as power-generating windmill turbines are seen in the foreground, near the settlement...
Mirny, Ukraine
The full moon sets behind power-generating windmill turbines near Mirny
The full moon sets as power-generating windmill turbines are seen in the foreground, near the settlement of Mirny, Crimea July 24, 2021. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
CRIMEA-ENERGY/
RTS3B1KS
June 05, 2020
The full moon rises behind power-generating windmill turbines near the settlement of Mirny, Crimea June...
Mirny, Ukraine
The full moon rises behind power-generating windmill turbines near the settlement of Mirny
The full moon rises behind power-generating windmill turbines near the settlement of Mirny, Crimea June 5, 2020. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
CRIMEA-ANIMALS/
RTX6XD9I
May 31, 2019
The sun sets behind a horse, which grazes in a field on the bank of Lake Donuzlav near the settlement...
Mirny, Ukraine
A horse grazes in a field during sunset near Mirny
The sun sets behind a horse, which grazes in a field on the bank of Lake Donuzlav near the settlement of Mirny, Crimea May 31, 2019. REUTERS/Alexey Pavlishak
RUSSIA/
RTR2GNZ7
July 23, 2010
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest...
Mirny, Russia
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest of Moscow, July 23, 2010. One of the fiercest heatwaves in its history has engulfed Russia, withering crops, causing the worst drought in 130 years and prompting a top public health official to call for Spanish-style siesta breaks. Central parts of European Russia, the Volga region, southern Urals and Siberia have all been suffering from the scorching heat, which started in late June and often reaches 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the shade. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTR2GNYL
July 23, 2010
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest...
Mirny, Russia
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest of Moscow, July 23, 2010. One of the fiercest heatwaves in its history has engulfed Russia, withering crops, causing the worst drought in 130 years and prompting a top public health official to call for Spanish-style siesta breaks. Central parts of European Russia, the Volga region, southern Urals and Siberia have all been suffering from the scorching heat, which started in late June and often reaches 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the shade. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTR2GNYD
July 23, 2010
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest...
Mirny, Russia
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny
An employee harvests flax at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest of Moscow, July 23, 2010. One of the fiercest heatwaves in its history has engulfed Russia, withering crops, causing the worst drought in 130 years and prompting a top public health official to call for Spanish-style siesta breaks. Central parts of European Russia, the Volga region, southern Urals and Siberia have all been suffering from the scorching heat, which started in late June and often reaches 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the shade. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: POLITICS ENVIRONMENT)
RUSSIA/
RTR2GNY8
July 23, 2010
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest...
Mirny, Russia
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny
An employee harvests rye at a collective farm in the village of Mirny, some 220 km (137 miles) northwest of Moscow, July 23, 2010. One of the fiercest heatwaves in its history has engulfed Russia, withering crops, causing the worst drought in 130 years and prompting a top public health official to call for Spanish-style siesta breaks. Central parts of European Russia, the Volga region, southern Urals and Siberia have all been suffering from the scorching heat, which started in late June and often reaches 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) in the shade. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA-VOTE/
RTX49QY
December 02, 2007
Villagers ride a sledge in the village of Mirny, some 300 km (186 miles) west of Moscow, December 1,...
Mirny, Russia
Villagers ride a sledge in the village of Mirny
Villagers ride a sledge in the village of Mirny, some 300 km (186 miles) west of Moscow, December 1, 2007. REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (RUSSIA)
RUSSIA/
RTXCDYV
September 30, 2001
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny...
Mirny, Russia
GENERAL VIEW OF MIR KIMBERLITE PIPE.
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region, August 30, 2001. Mir, discovered in 1955, was the first kimberlite pipe of the former Soviet Union. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin
RUSSIA
RTXKQ9P
August 31, 2001
Picture shows an aerial view of Internatsionalnaya (International) kimberlite pipe, outside the town...
Mirny, Russia
Picture shows an aerial view of Internatsionalnaya (International) kimberlite pipe, outside the town.....
Picture shows an aerial view of Internatsionalnaya (International) kimberlite pipe, outside the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region, August 30, 2001. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds.
RUSSIA
RTXKQ9O
August 31, 2001
Picture shows a handful of diamonds weighing over 50 carats each, found in various pipes of Yakutia,...
Mirny, Russia
Picture shows a handful of diamonds weighing over 50 carats each, found in various pipes of Yakutia,.....
Picture shows a handful of diamonds weighing over 50 carats each, found in various pipes of Yakutia, inspected at a sorting point in the town of Mirny in western Yakutia, August 30, 2001. The kimberlite pipes of Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds.
RUSSIA
RTXKQ9N
August 31, 2001
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny...
Mirny, Russia
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirn.....
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region, August 30, 2001. Mir, discovered in 1955, was the first kimberlite pipe of the former Soviet Union. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds.
RUSSIA
RTRM4E8
August 31, 2001
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny...
Mirny, Russia
GENERAL VIEW OF MIR KIMBERLITE PIPE.
Picture shows a general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region, August 30, 2001. Mir, discovered in 1955, was the first kimberlite pipe of the former Soviet Union. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain
Russia's main source of diamonds. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin FOR BEST QUALITY also see: GF2E53B0TF801

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August 30, 2001
A general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny in western Yakutia...
Mirny, Russia
BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE A general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town...
A general view of one of Russia's biggest kimberlite pipes, Mir, near the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region, August 30, 2001. Mir, discovered in 1955, was the first kimberlite pipe of the former Soviet Union. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA) CVI/AA BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
RUSSIA
RTRM4EV
August 30, 2001
Picture shows an aerial view of Internatsionalnaya (International)
kimberlite pipe, outside the town...
Mirny, Russia
GENERAL VIEW OF INTERNATSIONALNAYA KIMBERLITE PIPE.
Picture shows an aerial view of Internatsionalnaya (International)
kimberlite pipe, outside the town of Mirny in western Yakutia region,
August 30, 2001. The kimberlite pipes located in Yakutia remain
Russia's main source of diamonds. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin

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RUSSIA
RTRM4EO
August 30, 2001
Picture shows a handful of diamonds weighing over 50 carats each, found
in various pipes of Yakutia,...
Mirny, Russia
PICTURE OF DIAMONDS FOUND IN KIMBERLITE PIPES OF YAKUTIA.
Picture shows a handful of diamonds weighing over 50 carats each, found
in various pipes of Yakutia, inspected at a sorting point in the town
of Mirny in western Yakutia, August 30, 2001. The kimberlite pipes of
Yakutia remain Russia's main source of diamonds. REUTERS/Sergei
Karpukhin

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