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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
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May 14, 2021
A rhesus macaque feeds her baby at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A rhesus macaque feeds her baby at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted their focus of study to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RMB
May 14, 2021
Employees work in a biosafety-level 3 lab at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Employees work in a biosafety-level 3 lab at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted the focus of their studies to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM9
May 14, 2021
Dr. Jay Rappaport, director and chief academic officer at the Tulane National Primate Research Center,...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Dr. Jay Rappaport, director and chief academic officer at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted its focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, poses for a picture in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM7
May 14, 2021
Animal care technicians Shanna Johnson and Lagarian Bell prepare to feed rhesus macaque monkeys at the...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Animal care technicians Shanna Johnson and Lagarian Bell prepare to feed rhesus macaque monkeys at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM5
May 14, 2021
A rhesus macaque monkey climbs on the fence around its enclosure at the Tulane National Primate Research...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A rhesus macaque monkey climbs on the fence around its enclosure at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM4
May 14, 2021
Lovisa St Pierre puts on personal protective equipment (PPE) before entering a biosafety-level 3 lab...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Lovisa St Pierre puts on personal protective equipment (PPE) before entering a biosafety-level 3 lab where she works at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted the focus of their studies to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM3
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys perch within their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys perch within their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLZ
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys are seen in their enclosure at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys are seen in their enclosure at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLY
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys climb across their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys climb across their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLX
May 14, 2021
A rhesus macaque perches within its cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A rhesus macaque perches within its cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLV
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys hang from their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys hang from their cage at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLU
May 14, 2021
A rhesus macaque monkey climbs a fence at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A rhesus macaque monkey climbs a fence at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLT
May 14, 2021
Animal care technician Shanna Johnson rakes the yard in one of the cages housing rhesus macaque monkeys...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Animal care technician Shanna Johnson rakes the yard in one of the cages housing rhesus macaque monkeys at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLS
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys feed at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys feed at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLQ
May 14, 2021
Rhesus macaque monkeys feed at the Tulane National Primate Research Center where the focus of study has...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Rhesus macaque monkeys feed at the Tulane National Primate Research Center where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLP
May 14, 2021
A rhesus macaque monkey reaches for a morsel of food outside its gate at the Tulane National Primate...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A rhesus macaque monkey reaches for a morsel of food outside its gate at the Tulane National Primate Research Center where the focus of study has shifted to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 14, 2021. Picture taken May 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RNC
May 10, 2021
A small statue of a monkey sitting on books is seen on a desk near Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
A small statue of a monkey sitting on books is seen on a desk near Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RNB
May 10, 2021
Medical Research Specialist Krystle Hensley observes a culture of cells at Tulane National Primate Research...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Medical Research Specialist Krystle Hensley observes a culture of cells at Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM8
May 10, 2021
The bookshelf of Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
The bookshelf of Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM6
May 10, 2021
Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Dr. Skip Bohm, associate director of the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, poses for a picture in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RM0
May 10, 2021
Dr. Chad J. Roy, director of infectious disease aerobiology at Tulane National Primate Research Center,...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Dr. Chad J. Roy, director of infectious disease aerobiology at Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted its focus to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, speaks in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLW
May 10, 2021
Medical Research Technician Sarah Scheuermann incubates liquid cell cultures at Tulane National Primate...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Medical Research Technician Sarah Scheuermann incubates liquid cell cultures at Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted the focus of their studies to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/PRIMATES
RTXD4RLR
May 10, 2021
Medical research specialist Kelsey Williams takes inventory for an investigation at the Tulane National...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Tulane's primate research center pivots to coronavirus
Medical research specialist Kelsey Williams takes inventory for an investigation at the Tulane National Primate Research Center, where they have shifted the focus of their studies to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, in Covington, Louisiana, U.S., May 10, 2021. Picture taken May 10, 2021. REUTERS/Kathleen Flynn
USA-ECONOMY/PMI
RTSPE7G
September 26, 2016
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015....
Covington, UNITED STATES
The Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD SEPTEMBER 26 FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTX2IDAZ
June 27, 2016
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015....
Covington, UNITED STATES
The Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE SEARCH BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD JUNE 27 FOR ALL IMAGES
USA-ECONOMY/GDP
RTSFG36
May 22, 2016
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015....
Covington, UNITED STATES
The Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD MAY 23' FOR ALL IMAGES
CLIMATECHANGE-PARIS/
RTX29ANS
April 10, 2016
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia, in this November...
Covington, UNITED STATES
File photo shows the Mead-Westvaco paper mill plan on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia, in this November 9, 2015 file photo. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/Files
WORKERS-CARNIVAL/
RTX1ZWI1
December 23, 2015
A Mexican carnival worker unpacks at his bunkhouse after his arrival at Cole Amusement Company in Covington,...
Covington, UNITED STATES
A Mexican carnival worker unpacks at his bunkhouse after his arrival at Cole Amusement Company in Covington...
A Mexican carnival worker unpacks at his bunkhouse after his arrival at Cole Amusement Company in Covington, Virginia, April 17, 2015. To match Special Report WORKERS-CARNIVAL/ REUTERS/Tomas Bravo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
WORKERS-CARNIVAL/
RTX1ZWI0
December 23, 2015
R.C. Cole of Cole Amusement Company welcomes Mexican carnival workers after their arrival in Covington,...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Cole of Cole Amusement Company welcomes Mexican carnival workers after their arrival in Covington
R.C. Cole of Cole Amusement Company welcomes Mexican carnival workers after their arrival in Covington, Virginia, April 17, 2015. To match Special Report WORKERS-CARNIVAL/ REUTERS/Tomas Bravo
WORKERS-CARNIVAL/
RTX1ZWHG
December 23, 2015
Mexican carnival workers chat outside their bunkhouse after their arrival at Cole Amusement Company in...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Mexican carnival workers chat outside their bunkhouse after their arrival at Cole Amusement Company in...
Mexican carnival workers chat outside their bunkhouse after their arrival at Cole Amusement Company in Covington, Virginia, April 18, 2015. To match Special Report WORKERS-CARNIVAL/ REUTERS/Tomas Bravo
WORKERS-CARNIVAL/
RTX1ZWHB
December 23, 2015
Mexican carnival workers arrive at Cole Amusement Company in Covington, Virginia, April 17, 2015. To...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Mexican carnival workers arrive at Cole Amusement Company in Covington
Mexican carnival workers arrive at Cole Amusement Company in Covington, Virginia, April 17, 2015. To match Special Report WORKERS-CARNIVAL/ REUTERS/Tomas Bravo
USA/
RTS6CNC
November 10, 2015
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015....
Covington, UNITED STATES
The Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia
The large Mead-Westvaco paper mill plant is seen on a rainy day in Covington, Virginia November 9, 2015. The paper mill has been in operation since 1890 and is the main employer in the city. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49DM1
October 08, 2014
Sixth-grade teacher Janis Heedum, Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos, and Boeing business analyst Donna King...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Sixth-grade teacher Heedum, Boeing engineer Zarfos, and Boeing business analyst King look on during after-school...
Sixth-grade teacher Janis Heedum, Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos, and Boeing business analyst Donna King (L-R) look on during the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy, held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49DKI
October 08, 2014
Teacher Janis Heedum outlines materials for a project at the after-school Science Technology Engineering...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Teacher Janis Heedum outlines materials for a project at the after-school Science Technology Engineering...
Teacher Janis Heedum outlines materials for a project at the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy, where employees from Boeing help mentor students, held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49DJG
October 08, 2014
Sixth-grade student Oshione Nash-Haruna, 12, sketches a design for a cup that drops a marble on a target...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Sixth-grade student Nash-Haruna sketches a design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via a zip-line...
Sixth-grade student Oshione Nash-Haruna, 12, sketches a design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via a zip-line as Boeing employees mentor students at the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49DED
October 08, 2014
Sixth-grade student Aaric Raabe, 11, tries out his group's design for a cup that drops a marble on a...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Sixth-grade student Raabe tries out his group's design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via...
Sixth-grade student Aaric Raabe, 11, tries out his group's design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via a zip-line as Boeing employees mentor students at the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. Picture taken May 1. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49CMV
October 08, 2014
Sixth-grade student Kaylie Hames (R), 11, tries out her group's design for a cup that drops a marble...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Sixth-grade student Hames tries out her group's design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via...
Sixth-grade student Kaylie Hames (R), 11, tries out her group's design for a cup that drops a marble on a target via a zip-line as Boeing employees mentor students at the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy, held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. Picture taken May 1. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49CM6
October 08, 2014
Teacher Janis Heedum helps sixth-grade students Martin Rosales, Sabrina Weber and Karly Heitman (L-R)...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Teacher Heedum helps sixth-grade students Rosales, Weber and Heitman as they work with Boeing employees...
Teacher Janis Heedum helps sixth-grade students Martin Rosales, Sabrina Weber and Karly Heitman (L-R) as they work with Boeing employees on an exercise to deliver a marble to a target using a paper cup and a zip-line during the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. Picture taken May 1. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49CLI
October 08, 2014
Sixth-grade students work in small groups with Boeing employees mentoring them, to deliver a marble to...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Sixth-grade students work with Boeing employees mentoring them, to deliver a marble to a target using...
Sixth-grade students work in small groups with Boeing employees mentoring them, to deliver a marble to a target using a paper cup during the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49CL6
October 08, 2014
Kaylie Hames (2nd L), 11, and the group receive feedback from Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos (R) as she...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Kaylie Hames, and the group receive feedback from Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos as she mentors sixth...
Kaylie Hames (2nd L), 11, and the group receive feedback from Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos (R) as she mentors sixth grade students during the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. Picture taken May 1. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
USA-SCIENCE/
RTR49CKE
October 08, 2014
Twin sisters Kaylie (L) and Haylie Hames, both 11, laugh as Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos (2nd L) mentors...
Covington, UNITED STATES
Twin sisters Kaylie and Haylie Hames laugh as Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos mentors sixth grade students...
Twin sisters Kaylie (L) and Haylie Hames, both 11, laugh as Boeing engineer Nicole Zarfos (2nd L) mentors sixth grade students at the after-school Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) academy, held at Crestwood Elementary School in Covington, Washington May 1, 2014. Picture taken May 1. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
BUSH
RTXNUVN
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady, Laura Bush, (L), participate in a Habitat for Humanity...
Covington, USA
U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady, Laura Bush, (L), participate in a Habitat for Humanity.....
U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady, Laura Bush, (L), participate in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005.The president will spend the day in Louisiana and [Mississippi] monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the [White House] later today.
BUSH
RTXNUVM
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana,...
Covington, USA
U.S. President George W. Bush participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, .....
U.S. President George W. Bush participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005. The president will spend the day in Louisiana and [Mississippi] monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the [White House] later today.
BUSH HURRICANE
RTR197YB
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush (2nd R) and first lady, Laura Bush, (3rd L), pose as they participate in...
Covington, UNITED STATES
US President George W Bush visits Habitat for Humanity building site in Louisiana
U.S. President George W. Bush (2nd R) and first lady, Laura Bush, (3rd L), pose as they participate in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005. The president will spend the day in Louisiana and Mississippi monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the White House later today. REUTERS/Larry Downing
BUSH HURRICANE
RTR197LW
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush autographs the shirt of a worker as he participates in a Habitat for Humanity...
Covington, UNITED STATES
US President George W Bush visits Habitat for Humanity building site in Louisiana
U.S. President George W. Bush autographs the shirt of a worker as he participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005. The president will spend the day in Louisiana and Mississippi monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the White House later today. REUTERS/Larry Downing
BUSH HURRICANE
RTR197LE
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana,...
Covington, UNITED STATES
US President George W Bush visits Habitat for Humanity building site in Louisiana
U.S. President George W. Bush participates in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005. The president will spend the day in Louisiana and Mississippi monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the White House later today. REUTERS/Larry Downing
BUSH HURRICANE
RTR196R2
October 11, 2005
U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady, Laura Bush, (L), participate in a Habitat for Humanity...
Covington, UNITED STATES
US President George W Bush visits Habitat for Humanity building site in Louisiana
U.S. President George W. Bush and first lady, Laura Bush, (L), participate in a Habitat for Humanity building project in Covington, Louisiana, October 11, 2005. The president will spend the day in Louisiana and Mississippi monitoring clean-up and reconstruction of the area devastated by Hurricane Katrina before returning to the White House later today. REUTERS/Larry Downing
CHAPMAN
RTXKZ24
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier SFC Nathan Ross Chapman prays while clutching...
Covington, USA
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier SFC Nathan Ross Chapman prays while clu.....
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier SFC Nathan Ross Chapman prays while clutching the American flag that draped her husband's casket during his burial ceremony at Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman's one-year-old son Brandon, is pictured sitting on his mother's lap. Chapman was killed January 4 in Afghanistan in an ambush and was the first U.S. soldier killed by direct enemy fire in the conflict.
CHAPMAN
RTXKZ22
January 11, 2002
A detachment of 1st Special Forces Group Green Berets from Ft. Lewis, Washington carry the flag draped...
Covington, USA
A detachment of 1st Special Forces Group Green Berets from Ft. Lewis, Washington carry the flag drap.....
A detachment of 1st Special Forces Group Green Berets from Ft. Lewis, Washington carry the flag draped coffin of Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Chapman during burial services at Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman was the first American killed by direct enemy fire in Afghanistan.
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBF4
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed-in-action U.S. Army Special Forces
soldier Sgt. 1st Class Nathan...
Covington, United States of America
WIDOW OF SLAIN GREEN BERET SFC NATHAN CHAPMAN CARRIES AMERICAN FLAG.
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed-in-action U.S. Army Special Forces
soldier Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Ross Chapman carries the American flag
presented to her during her husband's burial ceremony at Tahoma
National Cemetery in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman
was killed January 4 in Afghanistan in an ambush to become the first
U.S. soldier killed by direct enemy fire in the conflict.
REUTERS/Robert Sorbo

APB
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBES
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier SFC Nathan
Ross Chapman prays while clutching...
Covington, United States of America
WIDOW AND SON OF GREEN BERET KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN PRAY AT BURIAL.
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier SFC Nathan
Ross Chapman prays while clutching the American flag that draped her
husband's casket during his burial ceremony at Tahoma National Cemetery
in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman's one-year-old son
Brandon, is pictured sitting on his mother's lap. Chapman was killed
January 4 in Afghanistan in an ambush and was the first U.S. soldier
killed by direct enemy fire in the conflict. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo

APB/HK
GREEN BERET KILLED
RTRBEO
January 11, 2002
The freshly laid headstone of killed-in-action Green Beret Sgt. First
Class Nathan Chapman sits at his...
Covington, United States of America
HEADSTONE OF KILLED IN ACTION GREEN BERET SFC NATHAN ROSS CHAPMAN.
The freshly laid headstone of killed-in-action Green Beret Sgt. First
Class Nathan Chapman sits at his gravesite before his burial service at
Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington on January 11, 2002.
Chapman was the first American killed by direct enemy fire in
Afghanistan and was killed January 4. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBDW
January 11, 2002
Lynn and Will Chapman of Georgetown, Texas, the parents of
killed-in-action Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class...
Covington, United States of America
PARENTS OF THE LATE GREEN BERET PLACE ROSES ON THEIR SON'S CASKET.
Lynn and Will Chapman of Georgetown, Texas, the parents of
killed-in-action Green Beret Sgt. 1st Class Nathan Chapman, lay roses
on the casket of their son during burial services at Tahoma National
Cemetery in Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman was the
first American killed by direct enemy fire on January 4 in Afghanistan.
REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB/HK
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBDS
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier Sgt. 1st
Class Nathan Ross Chapman, is...
Covington, United States of America
GREEN BERET PRESENTS AMERICAN FLAG TO WIDOW OF SGT. 1ST CLASS NATHAN
CHAPMAN.
Renae Chapman, the widow of U.S. Army Special Forces soldier Sgt. 1st
Class Nathan Ross Chapman, is presented the flag from her husband's
casket at his burial service, at Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington,
Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman's one-year-old son Brandon is
pictured sitting on his mother's lap. Chapman was killed January 4 in
Afghanistan in an ambush and was the first U.S. soldier killed by
direct enemy fire in the conflict. REUTERS/Robert Sorbo

APB/HK
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBDK
January 11, 2002
A detachment of 1st Special Forces Group Green Berets from Ft. Lewis,
Washington carry the flag draped...
Covington, United States of America
GREEN BERET DETACHMENT CARRY THE CASKET OF SGT. 1ST CLASS NATHAN
CHAPMAN.
A detachment of 1st Special Forces Group Green Berets from Ft. Lewis,
Washington carry the flag draped coffin of Sgt. 1st Class Nathan
Chapman during burial services at Tahoma National Cemetery in
Covington, Washington, January 11, 2002. Chapman was the first American
killed by direct enemy fire in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB/HK
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBDE
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed Green Beret Sgt. First Class Nathan
Chapman, carries the American...
Covington, United States of America
WIDOW OF KILLED GREEN BERET CARRIES FLAG AFTER BURIAL SERVICE.
Renae Chapman, the widow of killed Green Beret Sgt. First Class Nathan
Chapman, carries the American flag presented to her during Chapman's
burial services at Tahoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington on
January 11, 2002. Chapman was the first American killed by direct enemy
fire in Afghanistan. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB
ATTACK CHAPMAN
RTRBD1
January 11, 2002
Renae Chapman (L) and Brandon Chapman, the widow and one-year old son
of killed Green Beret Sgt. First...
Covington, United States of America
WIDOW AND PARENTS OF KILLED GREEN BERET CHAPMAN ATTEND BURIAL SERVICE.
Renae Chapman (L) and Brandon Chapman, the widow and one-year old son
of killed Green Beret Sgt. First Class Nathan Chapman, grieve with Lynn
and Will Chapman (R), the parents of Chapman, during burial services at
Takoma National Cemetery in Covington, Washington on January 11, 2002.
Chapman was the first American killed by direct enemy fire in
Afghanistan. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

APB
CAMPAIGN BUSH
RTR6SRN
July 29, 2000
Texas Governor and Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush with his wife Laura wait to be introduced...
Covington, USA
BUSH AND WIFE WAIT TO BE ANNOUNCED AT KENTUCKY RALLY.
Texas Governor and Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush with his wife Laura wait to be introduced at a rally in Covington, Kentucky July 29, 2000. Bush is on a trip leading to the Republican convention.

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