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INDONESIA
RTXOUPI
July 19, 2006
People prepare to evacuate in Pangandaran, west Java, July 19, 2006. An aftershock sent hundreds scrambling...
Pangandaran, Indonesia
People prepare to evacuate in Pangandaran, west Java, July 19, 2006. An aftershock sent hundreds scr.....
People prepare to evacuate in Pangandaran, west Java, July 19, 2006. An aftershock sent hundreds scrambling for high ground on Wednesday in fear of more giant waves, as rescuers pulled bodies from the debris and aid trickled into this Indonesian town two days after a tsunami.
INDONESIA
RTXOU1Q
July 18, 2006
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, Indonesia...
Pangandaran, Indonesia
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, In.....
A woman cries as she looks for missing family members amid the ruins of her house in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006.A tsunami triggered by a strong undersea earthquake off the coast of Indonesia's Java island on Monday killed 105 people, swept away [buildings and damaged hundreds of fishing boats], officials and witnesses said.
INDONESIA
RTXOU1P
July 18, 2006
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a strong...
Pangandaran, Indonesia
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a s.....
A body lies covered on the beach in Pangandaran, Indonesia July 18, 2006. A tsunami triggered by a strong undersea earthquake off the coast of Indonesia's Java island on Monday killed 105 people, swept away [buildings and damaged hundreds of fishing boats], officials and witnesses said.
INDONESIA
RTXONXC
May 30, 2006
A man checks the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesian...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A man checks the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesi.....
A man checks the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesian hospital in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 30, 2006. [International relief efforts picked up on Tuesday for survivors of a weekend earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island, with over a score of countries now involved.]
INDONESIA
RTXONXB
May 30, 2006
People check the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesian...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
People check the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesi.....
People check the lists of earthquake patients for their missing friends and relatives at an Indonesian hospital in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 30, 2006. [International relief efforts picked up on Tuesday for survivors of a weekend earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island, with over a score of countries now involved.]
INDONESIA
RTXONXA
May 30, 2006
Amran, a three-year-old earthquake victim from Bantul, is held down by his parents just before being...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Amran, a three-year-old earthquake victim from Bantul, is held down by his parents just before being.....
Amran, a three-year-old earthquake victim from Bantul, is held down by his parents just before being x-rayed at a hospital in Yogyakarta, Central Java, May 30, 2006. [International relief efforts picked up on Tuesday for survivors of a weekend earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island, with over a score of countries now involved.]
INDONESIA
RTXONTV
May 29, 2006
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in o.....
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on Monday for survivors of an earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island and left tens of thousands of homeless foraging for food and shelter.
INDONESIA
RTXONTU
May 29, 2006
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in o.....
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on Monday for survivors of an earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island and left tens of thousands of homeless foraging for food and shelter.
INDONESIA
RTXONTT
May 29, 2006
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in o.....
An aerial view of damaged houses in Indonesia's Bantul district May 29, 2006. Aid was trickling in on Monday for survivors of an earthquake that killed more than 5,000 people on Indonesia's Java island and left tens of thousands of homeless foraging for food and shelter.
JAVA
RTXOOMG
May 28, 2006
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house in...
Klaten, Indonesia
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house i.....
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house in the town of Klaten in central Java May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug desperately for survivors on Sunday as residents returned to ruined homes on Indonesia's densely populated island of Java a day after a powerful earthquake killed more than 3,000.
JAVA
RTXOOMF
May 28, 2006
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house in...
Klaten, Indonesia
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house i.....
An Indonesian volunteer carries the body of a six-year-old boy who was dug out from a ruined house in the town of Klaten in central Java May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug desperately for survivors on Sunday as residents returned to ruined homes on Indonesia's densely populated island of Java a day after a powerful earthquake killed more than 3,000.
JAVA
RTXONXW
May 28, 2006
Name tags are hung on the foot of quake victims outside the morgue at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 27,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Name tags are hung on the foot of quake victims outside the morgue at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 2.....
Name tags are hung on the foot of quake victims outside the morgue at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 27, 2006. A powerful earthquake struck around Indonesia's royal city of Yogyakarta on Saturday, killing more than 3,000 people as houses and buildings collapsed near ancient heritage sites.
JAVA
RTXONXV
May 28, 2006
An Indonesian paramedic identifies a body at a morgue in Yogyakarta May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian paramedic identifies a body at a morgue in Yogyakarta May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug.....
An Indonesian paramedic identifies a body at a morgue in Yogyakarta May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug desperately for survivors on Sunday as residents returned to ruined homes on Indonesia's densely populated island of Java a day after a powerful earthquake killed more than 3,000.
JAVA
RTXONXT
May 28, 2006
An Indonesian mother kiss her one-month-old baby after treatment at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 28,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian mother kiss her one-month-old baby after treatment at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 28,.....
An Indonesian mother kiss her one-month-old baby after treatment at a hospital in Yogyakarta May 28, 2006. Rescue workers dug desperately for survivors on Sunday as residents returned to ruined homes on Indonesia's densely populated island of Java a day after a powerful earthquake killed more than 3,000.
INDONESIA
RTXONLO
May 27, 2006
An injured boy and his father wait outside a hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An injured boy and his father wait outside a hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Jav.....
An injured boy and his father wait outside a hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 2006. At least 266 people were killed and thousands injured when an earthquake shook Indonesia's ancient royal and tourist centre of Yogyakarta and the surrounding area early on Saturday, hospital staff said.
INDONESIA
RTXONLN
May 27, 2006
An injured earthquake victim waits to receive medical attention in front of Sarjito hospital, after the...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An injured earthquake victim waits to receive medical attention in front of Sarjito hospital, after .....
An injured earthquake victim waits to receive medical attention in front of Sarjito hospital, after the hospital was not able to accommodate additional patients, in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 2006. An earthquake that shook the area around the ancient royal city of Yogyakarta early on Saturday has killed at least 244 people and injured many more, according to hospital staff.
INDONESIA
RTXONLM
May 27, 2006
A baby is carried by her father as he stands in front of damaged houses, after an earthquake in Yogyakarta,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
A baby is carried by her father as he stands in front of damaged houses, after an earthquake in Yogy.....
A baby is carried by her father as he stands in front of damaged houses, after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java May 27, 2006. An earthquake that shook the area around the ancient royal city of Yogyakarta early on Saturday has killed at least 244 people and injured many more, according to hospital staff.
INDONESIA
RTXONLL
May 27, 2006
Indonesian medical officers carry an injured man as they walk through rubble after an earthquake in Yogyakarta,...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian medical officers carry an injured man as they walk through rubble after an earthquake in .....
Indonesian medical officers carry an injured man as they walk through rubble after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 2006. An earthquake that shook the area around the ancient royal city of Yogyakarta early on Saturday has killed at least 244 people and injured many more, according to hospital staff.
INDONESIA
RTXONLK
May 27, 2006
An injured man is carried by his family to Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in the Indonesian royal...
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
An injured man is carried by his family to Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in the Indonesian ro.....
An injured man is carried by his family to Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in the Indonesian royal city Yogyakarta, Java May 27, 2006. At least 134 people were killed and hundreds injured when an earthquake shock Indonesia's ancient royal city and tourist centre Yogyakarta and the surrounding area early on Saturday, hospital staff said.
INDONESIA
RTXONLJ
May 27, 2006
Babies are moved out of Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 2006....
Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Babies are moved out of Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 20.....
Babies are moved out of Sarjito hospital after an earthquake in Yogyakarta, central Java, May 27, 2006. At least 193 people were killed and many more injured when an earthquake shook Indonesia's ancient royal city and tourist centre Yogyakarta and the surrounding area early on Saturday, hospital staff said.
INDONESIA
RTXO6JP
January 28, 2006
An employee at the National Earthquake Centre in Jakarta points at a computer monitor showing a graph...
Jakarta, Indonesia
An employee at the National Earthquake Centre in Jakarta points at a computer monitor showing a grap.....
An employee at the National Earthquake Centre in Jakarta points at a computer monitor showing a graph of the 7.7 magnitude earthquake off the Banda Sea in eastern Indonesia January 28, 2006. A strong earthquake struck in the Banda Sea in eastern Indonesia early on Saturday, but there were no reports of casualties or major damage, and local fears of a [tsunami] proved unfounded.
INDIA
RTXNV5O
October 11, 2005
A Kashmiri quake survivor lies near the remains of his destroyed home in Karnah, near the LoC (Line of...
Karnah, India
A Kashmiri quake survivor lies near the remains of his destroyed home in Karnah, near the LoC (Line .....
A Kashmiri quake survivor lies near the remains of his destroyed home in Karnah, near the LoC (Line of Control) in Indian-administered Kashmir October 10, 2005. Rescuers searched frantically on Monday for survivors of northern [Pakistan's] massive earthquake as the death toll climbed over 20,000 and officials said thousands more could be lying dead in the rubble. Another 2,000 people may have died in neighbouring India, and the fate of about 10,000 people living in remote villages on the border with [Pakistan] was not known, Indian officials said.
MEXICO
RTXNSFG
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico C.....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (L) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (L) and the same location (R) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
MEXICO
RTXNSC2
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City'.....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows a building in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
MEXICO
RTXNSC1
September 19, 2005
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's...
Mexico City, Mexico
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico .....
- COMBO PHOTO - FILE PHOTO (UP) TAKEN 19SEP85 - A combination photo shows the Hotel Regis in Mexico City's central Alameda park square collapsing after an earthquake in Mexico in a September 19, 1985 file photo (top) and the same location (bottom) on September 19, 2005. [The devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina has stirred up memories of the earthquake that reduced parts of Mexico City to rubble 20 years ago, but the capital has armed itself for the next time disaster hits. The earthquake, measuring a giddy 8.1 on the Richter scale, caught Mexico off guard, killing thousands as it toppled housing blocks and office buildings in a city built on the soft mud left by a dried-up pre-Hispanic lake. Mexico's President Vicente Fox will host a memorial service on Monday for the victims.]
CHILE
RTXNKQD
June 14, 2005
A broken image of the Virgin Mary lies on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique,...
Iquique, Chile
A broken image of the Virgin Mary lies on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique,.....
A broken image of the Virgin Mary lies on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845 km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200. ??? USE ONLY
CHILE
RTXNKQC
June 14, 2005
Children play with a ball on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845 km...
Iquique, Chile
Children play with a ball on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845 k.....
Children play with a ball on a street in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845 km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200. ??? USE ONLY
CHILE
RTXNKQB
June 14, 2005
A woman sits outside her house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km (1146 miles)...
Iquique, Chile
A woman sits outside her house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km (1146 .....
A woman sits outside her house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200. ??? USE ONLY
CHILE
RTXNKQA
June 14, 2005
Osvaldo Fuentes gestures in front of his destroyed house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique,...
Iquique, Chile
Osvaldo Fuentes gestures in front of his destroyed house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iq.....
Osvaldo Fuentes gestures in front of his destroyed house in Huara town, some 96 km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845 km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200.
CHILE
RTXNKQ9
June 14, 2005
A man washes a child on a street in Huara town, about 96 km (59 miles) from Iquique, about 1,845 km (1,146...
Iquique, Chile
A man washes a child on a street in Huara town, about 96 km (59 miles) from Iquique, about 1,845 km .....
A man washes a child on a street in Huara town, about 96 km (59 miles) from Iquique, about 1,845 km (1,146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused by landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200.
CHILE
RTXNKQ8
June 14, 2005
A woman looks out onto a ruined street in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km...
Iquique, Chile
A woman looks out onto a ruined street in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km.....
A woman looks out onto a ruined street in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200.
CHILE
RTXNKQ7
June 14, 2005
Pablo Caillpa opens a door of his house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km...
Iquique, Chile
Pablo Caillpa opens a door of his house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845k.....
Pablo Caillpa opens a door of his house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) off Iquique, about 1845km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200.
CHILE
RTXNKQ6
June 14, 2005
Juana Garcia Calle sleeps inside of her house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) of Iquique, about 1845km...
Iquique, Chile
Juana Garcia Calle sleeps inside of her house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) of Iquique, about .....
Juana Garcia Calle sleeps inside of her house in Huara town, some 96km (59 miles) of Iquique, about 1845km (1146 miles) north of Santiago, Chile, June 14, 2005. Boulders littered city streets and highways in northern Chile on Tuesday after a 7.9-magnitude quake caused landslides and wrecked homes, killing at least 11 and injuring 200.
INDONESIA
RTXNCHL
March 31, 2005
An Indonesian woman, Roybilan Sofina, sits in front of her house, which was damaged by Monday's strong...
Simeulue Island, Indonesia
An Indonesian woman, Roybilan Sofina, sits in front of her house, which was damaged by Monday's stro.....
An Indonesian woman, Roybilan Sofina, sits in front of her house, which was damaged by Monday's strong earthquake, in the town of Sinabang on Indonesia's Simeulue island, north of Nias island March 31, 2005. [Rescuers raced to pull survivors from collapsed buildings and deliver urgently needed food and water on Thursday as strong aftershocks rattled earthquake-devastated islands in northern Indonesia. Simeulue island also suffered widespread damage.]
INDONESIA
RTXNCB2
March 31, 2005
An injured man rests in a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake in Gunungsitoli in Indonesia's...
Gunungsitoli, Indonesia
An injured man rests in a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake in Gunungsitoli in Indonesia.....
An injured man rests in a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake in Gunungsitoli in Indonesia's Nias island March 31, 2005. Strong aftershocks rattled Indonesia's earthquake-devastated Nias island on Thursday as international aid flowed in and rescuers pulled survivors and bodies out of the rubble of collapsed buildings. At least three tremors rocked the area off the west coast of Sumatra island, one of them measured at 6.3 on the Richter scale by the Hong Kong observatory, causing alarm as rescue efforts and body recovery operations entered a third day.
INDONESIA
RTXNCB1
March 31, 2005
Residents walk along a destroyed road in the town of Gunung Sitoli, on Indonesia's earthquake-devastated...
Nias, Indonesia
Residents walk along a destroyed road in the town of Gunung Sitoli, on Indonesia's earthquake-devast.....
Residents walk along a destroyed road in the town of Gunung Sitoli, on Indonesia's earthquake-devastated Nias island, March 31, 2005. Strong aftershocks rattled Nias island on Thursday as international aid flowed in and rescuers pulled survivors out of the rubble of collapsed buildings.
INDONESIA
RTXNCB0
March 31, 2005
A mother is comforted by a relative after losing three of her children in the massive earthquake which...
Gunungsitoli, Indonesia
A mother is comforted by a relative after losing three of her children in the massive earthquake whi.....
A mother is comforted by a relative after losing three of her children in the massive earthquake which hit the town of Gunungsitoli in Indonesia's Nias island March 31, 2005. Rescuers raced to pull survivors from collapsed buildings and deliver urgently needed food and water on Thursday as strong aftershocks rattled earthquake-devastated islands in northern Indonesia.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCV
March 30, 2005
An Indonesian woman watches while the bodies of three of her family members lie in front of her in the...
Gunung Sitoli, Indonesia
An Indonesian woman watches while the bodies of three of her family members lie in front of her in t.....
An Indonesian woman watches while the bodies of three of her family members lie in front of her in the earthquake-hit town of Gunungsitoli in Indonesia's Nias island March 30, 2005. Survivors combed the rubble of buildings for loved ones on Indonesia's earthquake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCU
March 30, 2005
An earthquake survivor waits for medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake on the...
Nias, Indonesia
An earthquake survivor waits for medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake on .....
An earthquake survivor waits for medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake on the Indonesian island of Nias March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCT
March 30, 2005
A woman covers her face while walking past demolished houses after a massive earthquake hit Nias island...
Nias, Indonesia
A woman covers her face while walking past demolished houses after a massive earthquake hit Nias isl.....
A woman covers her face while walking past demolished houses after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCS
March 30, 2005
Victims of a massive earthquake receive medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake...
Nias, Indonesia
Victims of a massive earthquake receive medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthqu.....
Victims of a massive earthquake receive medical help at a makeshift hospital after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCR
March 30, 2005
A woman is consoled by her relative after hearing about the death of a family member after a massive...
Nias, Indonesia
A woman is consoled by her relative after hearing about the death of a family member after a massive.....
A woman is consoled by her relative after hearing about the death of a family member after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCQ
March 30, 2005
A man cries while looking at his dead child after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indonesian...
Nias, Indonesia
A man cries while looking at his dead child after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indon.....
A man cries while looking at his dead child after a massive earthquake hit Nias island off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCP
March 30, 2005
A woman cries over her child who died after a massive earthquake which hit Nias island off the Indonesian...
Nias, Indonesia
A woman cries over her child who died after a massive earthquake which hit Nias island off the Indon.....
A woman cries over her child who died after a massive earthquake which hit Nias island off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra March 30, 2005. Rescuers combed the rubble of collapsed buildings for survivors on Indonesia's quake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
INDONESIA
RTXNCCG
March 30, 2005
Bodies of earthquake victims lie on a street while an Indonesian rescue team continues to search a damaged...
Gunungsitoli, Indonesia
Bodies of earthquake victims lie on a street while an Indonesian rescue team continues to search a d.....
Bodies of earthquake victims lie on a street while an Indonesian rescue team continues to search a damaged building for survivors in the town of Gunungsitoli on the Indonesian island of Nias March 30, 2005. Survivors combed the rubble of buildings for loved ones on Indonesia's earthquake-devastated Nias island on Wednesday as reports emerged of hundreds of additional deaths on a nearby island group.
GERMANY
RTXN5VW
January 13, 2005
German seismologist Winfried Hanka shows a picture of a Geofon at Germany's Geoscientific Research Institute...
Potsdam, Germany
German seismologist Winfried Hanka shows a picture of a Geofon at Germany's Geoscientific Research I.....
German seismologist Winfried Hanka shows a picture of a Geofon at Germany's Geoscientific Research Institute GFZ based in Potsdam, south of Berlin January 13, 2005. Germany wants to take a leading role in setting up a system to provide early warning of tsunamis and has drawn up a plan costing an initial 40 million euros ($53 million), the Research Ministry said. The Potsdam-based GFZ, which would coordinate the system, has developed a concept that could be in place in one to three years, the ministry said.
GERMANY
RTXN5VV
January 13, 2005
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the Indian...
Potsdam, Germany
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the India.....
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004 at Germany's Geoscientific Research Institute GFZ based in Potsdam, south of Berlin January 13, 2005. Germany wants to take a leading role in setting up a system to provide early warning of tsunamis and has drawn up a plan costing an initial 40 million euros ($53 million), the Research Ministry said. The Potsdam-based GFZ, which would coordinate the system, has developed a concept that could be in place in one to three years, the ministry said.
GERMANY
RTXN5VU
January 13, 2005
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the Indian...
Potsdam, Germany
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the India.....
German seismologist Rainer Kind shows a graph registered during the earthquake that caused the Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004 at Germany's Geoscientific Research Institute GFZ based in Potsdam, south of Berlin January 13, 2005. Germany wants to take a leading role in setting up a system to provide early warning of tsunamis and has drawn up a plan costing an initial 40 million euros ($53 million), the Research Ministry said. The Potsdam-based GFZ, which would coordinate the system, has developed a concept that could be in place in one to three years, the ministry said.
FRANCE
RTXN2WV
December 05, 2004
An technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph registered early Sunday...
Strasbourg, France
An technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph registered early Sunday.....
An technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph registered early Sunday morning during an earthquake that hit Eastern France and Western Germany, in Strasbourg, December 5, 2004. The earthquake registering 4.9 on the Richter scale with the epicenter in the region of Freiburg, Germany, caused no reported major damage nor injuries.
FRANCE
RTXN2WU
December 05, 2004
A technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph which registered an earthquake...
Strasbourg, France
A technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph which registered an eart.....
A technician at the French National Seism Survey Institute looks at a graph which registered an earthquake that hit Eastern France and Western Germany, in Strasbourg, December 5, 2004. The earthquake registered 4.9 on the Richter scale with the epicentre in the region of Freiburg, in Germany, and caused no reported major damage or victims.
FRANCE
RTXN2WT
December 05, 2004
An unidentified technician at the French National Seismic Survey Institute looks at a graph that registered...
Strasbourg, France
An unidentified technician at the French National Seismic Survey Institute looks at a graph that reg.....
An unidentified technician at the French National Seismic Survey Institute looks at a graph that registered an earthquake that hit Eastern France and Western Germany, in Strasbourg, December 5, 2004. The earthquake registered 4.9 on the Richter scale with the epicentre in the region of Freiburg, in Germany, and caused no reported major damage or victims.
TURKEY
RTXMQ6W
July 01, 2004
Turkish stand near the demolished stone and mud houses in the earthquake hit Yigincal village in eastern...
Agri, Turkey
Turkish stand near the demolished stone and mud houses in the earthquake hit Yigincal village in eas.....
Turkish stand near the demolished stone and mud houses in the earthquake hit Yigincal village in eastern Turkey's province of Agri early July 2, 2004. An earthquake measured 5.1 on open Richter scale shook the area killing 18 people and injured 21. ?? OUT
MOROCCO
RTXMFN2
February 27, 2004
Earthquake survivors battle for a loaf of bread in a tent village in Im-Zouren near the Mediterranean...
Im Zouren, Morocco
Earthquake survivors battle for a loaf of bread in a tent village in Im-Zouren near the Mediterranea.....
Earthquake survivors battle for a loaf of bread in a tent village in Im-Zouren near the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima February 27, 2004. Moroccans said special Friday prayers on a day of national mourning for victims of this week's powerful earthquake, as the government sought to deflect angry charges that its aid operation was too slow.
MOROCCO
RTXMFN1
February 27, 2004
A survivor from an earthquake holds his child near a tent village in the village of Im-Zouren near the...
Im Zouren, Morocco
A survivor from an earthquake holds his child near a tent village in the village of Im-Zouren near t.....
A survivor from an earthquake holds his child near a tent village in the village of Im-Zouren near the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima February 27, 2004. Morocco's government set up tent villages for thousands of people made homeless by a massive earthquake, as anger rose over a rescue effort that has left international aid teams standing idle.
MOROCCO
RTXMG9U
February 26, 2004
Homeless Moroccan earthquake survivors receive bread February 26, 2004, in the village of Ajdir near...
Ajdir, Morocco
Homeless Moroccan earthquake survivors receive bread February 26, 2004, in the village of Ajdir near.....
Homeless Moroccan earthquake survivors receive bread February 26, 2004, in the village of Ajdir near the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima. Morocco's government set up tent villages on Thursday for thousands of people made homeless by a massive earthquake, as anger rose over a rescue effort that has left international aid teams standing idle.
MOROCCO
RTXMG9T
February 26, 2004
Angry homeless survivors from an earthquake protest at the lack of government aid shouting slogans and...
Al Hoceima, Morocco
Angry homeless survivors from an earthquake protest at the lack of government aid shouting slogans a.....
Angry homeless survivors from an earthquake protest at the lack of government aid shouting slogans and holding a picture of Moroccan king Mohammed VI and his father Hassan II around the airport near the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima February 26, 2004. Morocco's government set up tent villages on Thursday for thousands of people made homeless by a massive earthquake, as anger rose over a rescue effort that has left international aid teams standing idle.
MOROCCO
RTXMG37
February 25, 2004
The wife of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed during an aftershock,...
Im-Zouren, Morocco
The wife of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed during an af.....
The wife of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed during an aftershock, is attended by rescue workers in the Moroccan village of Im-Zouren February 25, 2004. A strong earthquake shook northern Morocco early on Tuesday killing around 570 people around the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima, officials said.
MOROCCO
RTXMG36
February 25, 2004
A man stands on top of his home February 25, 2004 that was destroyed by an earthquake in the northern...
AIT DAOUT, Morocco
A man stands on top of his home February 25, 2004 that was destroyed by an earthquake in the norther.....
A man stands on top of his home February 25, 2004 that was destroyed by an earthquake in the northern Moroccan village of Ait Daoud. The death toll from Morocco's worst natural disaster in more than 40 years rose to at least 565 when aftershocks sent two buildings in the nearby village of Im-Zouren crashing.
MOROCCO
RTXMG35
February 25, 2004
The wife and relatives of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed...
Im-Zouren, Morocco
The wife and relatives of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed.....
The wife and relatives of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed during an aftershock, mourn in the Moroccan village of Im-Zouren February 25, 2004. The death toll from Morocco's worst natural disaster in more than 40 years rose to at least 565 when aftershocks sent two buildings in the nearby village of Im-Zouren crashing.
MOROCCO
RTXMG34
February 25, 2004
Rescue workers carry the body of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed...
Im-Zouren, Morocco
Rescue workers carry the body of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building c.....
Rescue workers carry the body of Mohammed Boutasgount, who died inside his home when the building collapsed during an aftershock in the Moroccan village of Im-Zouren February 25, 2004. A strong earthquake shook northern Morocco early on Tuesday killing around 570 people around the Mediterranean port city of Al Hoceima, officials said.
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