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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD1S
April 19, 2021
Diving instructor Jesus Maduro, co-owner of Aruba Bob Snorkeling, talks to Reuters, in San Nicolas,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Diving instructor Jesus Maduro, co-owner of Aruba Bob Snorkeling, talks to Reuters, in San Nicolas
Diving instructor Jesus Maduro, co-owner of Aruba Bob Snorkeling, talks to Reuters, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD1R
April 19, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD1Q
April 19, 2021
A Coca-Cola truck is parked near a Western Union store and a closed bar, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April...
San Nicolas, Aruba
A Coca-Cola truck is parked near a Western Union store and a closed bar, in San Nicolas
A Coca-Cola truck is parked near a Western Union store and a closed bar, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD1P
April 19, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD0G
April 19, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD0F
April 19, 2021
Closed bars are seen on a street, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021....
San Nicolas, Aruba
Closed bars are seen on a street, in San Nicolas
Closed bars are seen on a street, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/ARUBA-ECONOMY
RTXBMD0E
April 19, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in the background as people enjoy...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in the background as people enjoy the beach, in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
ARUBA-REFINERY/LNG
RTXBJKCY
April 16, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
ARUBA-REFINERY/LNG
RTXBJKCX
April 16, 2021
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9,...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas
Aruba's state-owned refining company Refineria di Aruba (RdA) is seen in San Nicolas, Aruba, April 9, 2021. Picture taken April 9, 2021. REUTERS/Luc Cohen
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1MBKS
July 29, 2015
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public,...
San Nicolas, Mexico
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public,...
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public, in the Monterrey suburb of San Nicolas July 29, 2015. Local media said that the mayor of San Nicolas, Pedro Salgado Almaguer, took the step to draw public attention to the 25 tons of garbage collected daily on local roads. The words on the billboard read "The 25 tons of garbage collected daily" (R) and "Arrested for being a litter bug" (L). REUTERS/ Daniel Becerril
MEXICO-ENVIRONMENT/
RTX1MBKR
July 29, 2015
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public,...
San Nicolas, Mexico
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public...
Jaime Antonio Molina Martinez is shown on a giant billboard after his arrest for leaving trash in public, in the Monterrey suburb of San Nicolas July 29, 2015. Local media said that the mayor of San Nicolas, Pedro Salgado Almaguer, took the step to draw public attention to the 25 tons of garbage collected daily on local roads. The words on the billboard read "The 25 tons of garbage collected daily" (R) and "arrested for being a litter bug" (L). REUTERS/ Daniel Becerril
MEXICO/
RTX16654
December 06, 2013
A municipal employee holds a 38 mm revolver after it was turned in by its owner during the "Voluntary...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A municipal employee holds a 38 mm revolver after it was turned in by its owner during the "Voluntary...
A municipal employee holds a 38 mm revolver after it was turned in by its owner during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX16653
December 06, 2013
A 45 mm revolver is cut with an electrical cutter during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 45 mm revolver is cut with an electrical cutter during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San...
A 45 mm revolver is cut with an electrical cutter during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX16652
December 06, 2013
Destroyed weapons lie in a box during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey...
San Nicolas, Mexico
Destroyed weapons lie in a box during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey...
Destroyed weapons lie in a box during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX16651
December 06, 2013
Bullets of different calibres stand on a table after they were turned in by their owners during the "Voluntary...
San Nicolas, Mexico
Bullets of different calibres stand on a table after they were turned in by their owners during the "Voluntary...
Bullets of different calibres stand on a table after they were turned in by their owners during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX16650
December 06, 2013
A city employee counts 22 mm calibre bullets during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A city employee counts 22 mm calibre bullets during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas...
A city employee counts 22 mm calibre bullets during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664Z
December 06, 2013
A 47-year old man holds a 20 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 47-year old man holds a 20 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A 47-year old man holds a 20 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to have his picture taken without showing his face. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664Y
December 06, 2013
A 42-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre pistol before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 42-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre pistol before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A 42-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre pistol before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The woman only agreed to be photographed without showing her face, Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664V
December 06, 2013
A 72-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 72-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A 72-year old woman holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The woman only agreed to be photographed without showing her face. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664U
December 06, 2013
A 49-year old man holds a toy rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 49-year old man holds a toy rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 49-year old man holds a toy rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664S
December 06, 2013
A 58-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 58-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 58-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664P
December 06, 2013
A 69-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 69-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A 69-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664O
December 06, 2013
A 23-year old man holds nine pistols before turning them in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 23-year old man holds nine pistols before turning them in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 23-year old man holds nine pistols before turning them in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664M
December 06, 2013
A 46-year old woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 46-year old woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 46-year old woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The woman only agreed to be photographed without showing her face. Picture taken December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664L
December 06, 2013
A 37-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun (L) and a 2 mm pistol before turning them in during the "Voluntary...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 37-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun and a 2 mm pistol before turning them in during the "Voluntary...
A 37-year old man holds a 22 mm calibre gun (L) and a 2 mm pistol before turning them in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664J
December 06, 2013
A 13-year old boy holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 13-year old boy holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 13-year old boy holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664G
December 06, 2013
A 37-year old man holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 37-year old man holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme"...
A 37-year old man holds a pellet gun before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The man only agreed to be photographed without showing his face. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1664E
December 06, 2013
A 22-year old pregnant woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A 22-year old pregnant woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A 22-year old pregnant woman holds a pellet rifle before turning it in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The woman agreed to be photographed but without showing her face. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
MEXICO/
RTX16641
December 06, 2013
A rifle is destroyed with an electrical cutter after being turned in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A rifle is destroyed with an electrical cutter after being turned in during the "Voluntary Disarmament...
A rifle is destroyed with an electrical cutter after being turned in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who turn in their toy guns, according to local media. Picture taken December 2, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTX1663W
December 06, 2013
A combination photo shows people posing with their guns and rifles before turning them in during the...
San Nicolas, Mexico
A combination photo shows people posing with their guns and rifles before turning them in during the...
A combination photo shows people posing with their guns and rifles before turning them in during the "Voluntary Disarmament Programme" in San Nicolas in Monterrey December 2, 2013, and December 3, 2013. The programme, run by the government of the state of Nuevo Leon with support of the Mexican Defense Ministry (SEDENA), aims to swap weapons for food tickets and hand out soccer balls to boys who would turn in their toy guns, according to local media. The people pictured requested not to have their faces photographed. Pictures taken December 2, 2013 and December 3, 2013. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
ARUBA/
RTR2UMXA
November 30, 2011
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Gary Giordano is pictured with Attorney Jose Baez after release from jail in Aruba
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez (R, obscured) after release from Correctional Institute of Aruba in Santo di Patia, San Nicolas, November 29, 2011. Girodano had been detained as a suspect in the disappearance of his companion Robyn Gardner since August 2011. Gardner has been missing from Aruba since August 2, 2011. REUTERS/Norben Giel (ARUBA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
ARUBA/
RTR2UMX7
November 30, 2011
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Gary Giordano is pictured with Attorney Jose Baez after release from jail in Aruba
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez (R, obscured) after release from Correctional Institute of Aruba in Santo di Patia, San Nicolas, November 29, 2011. Girodano had been detained as a suspect in the disappearance of his companion Robyn Gardner since August 2011. Gardner has been missing from Aruba since August 2, 2011. REUTERS/Norben Giel (ARUBA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
ARUBA/
RTR2UMX1
November 30, 2011
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez...
San Nicolas, Aruba
Gary Giordano is pictured with Attorney Jose Baez after release from jail in Aruba
Gary Giordano (C) is pictured with attorney Jose Baez (L) in a vehicle driven by attorney Chris Lejuez (R, obscured) after release from Correctional Institute of Aruba in Santo di Patia, San Nicolas, November 29, 2011. Girodano had been detained as a suspect in the disappearance of his companion Robyn Gardner since August 2011. Gardner has been missing from Aruba since August 2, 2011. REUTERS/Norben Giel (ARUBA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY PROFILE)
NICARAGUA/FLOODED
RTR2SXHP
October 20, 2011
A journalist crosses the Quebrada Grande river to reach the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas...
San Nicolas, Nicaragua
A journalist crosses the Quebrada Grande river to reach the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas...
A journalist crosses the Quebrada Grande river to reach the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas 154 km (95.7 miles) north of Managua October 20, 2011. Twelve people died in the floods after heavy rains in the area. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: DISASTER MEDIA)
NICARAGUA
RTR2SXHH
October 20, 2011
A donkey crosses the the Quebrada Grande river as people travel to help the flood affected remote community...
San Nicolas, Nicaragua
A donkey crosses the the Quebrada Grande river as people travel to help the flood affected remote community...
A donkey crosses the the Quebrada Grande river as people travel to help the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas 154 km (95.7 miles) north of Managua October 20, 2011. Twelve people died in the floods after heavy rains in the area. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2SXH8
October 20, 2011
A man transports a coffin across a river using rope and pulley as he travels with others to collect the...
San Nicolas, Nicaragua
Man transport coffin across river to collect body of relative in flood affected remote community of San...
A man transports a coffin across a river using rope and pulley as he travels with others to collect the body of a relative at the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas 154 km (95.7 miles) north of Managua October 20, 2011. Twelve people died in the floods after heavy rains in the area. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: DISASTER TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
NICARAGUA/
RTR2SXGZ
October 20, 2011
Men carrying a coffin walk to collect the body of a relative who died in the flood affected remote community...
San Nicolas, Nicaragua
Men carrying a coffin walk to collect the body of a relative who died in the flood affected remote community...
Men carrying a coffin walk to collect the body of a relative who died in the flood affected remote community of San Nicolas, 154 km (95.7 miles) north of Managua, October 20, 2011. Twelve people died in the floods after heavy rains in the area. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA- Tags: DISASTER)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM75
August 27, 2010
Agronomist Marcelo De Coud shows a type of algae used to make biodiesel at the newly opened Oilfox S.A....
San Nicolas, Argentina
Agronomist De Coud shows a type of algae used to make biodiesel at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel...
Agronomist Marcelo De Coud shows a type of algae used to make biodiesel at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM6X
August 27, 2010
Jorge Kaloustian (L), President of Oilfox S.A., and agronomist Marcelo De Coud, walk past at the newly...
San Nicolas, Argentina
President of Oilfox S.A. Kaloustian and agronomist De Coud walk past at newly opened biofuel factory...
Jorge Kaloustian (L), President of Oilfox S.A., and agronomist Marcelo De Coud, walk past at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM6R
August 27, 2010
A technician works at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires...
San Nicolas, Argentina
A technician works at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas
A technician works at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM6N
August 27, 2010
Technicians work at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Technicians work at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas
Technicians work at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM6J
August 27, 2010
A technician walks by at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos...
San Nicolas, Argentina
A technician walks by at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas
A technician walks by at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-BIOFUELS/ALGAE
RTR2HM6G
August 27, 2010
A sample of biodiesel made from algae (L) and samples of algae are displayed at the newly opened Oilfox...
San Nicolas, Argentina
A sample of biodiesel made from algae and samples of algae are displayed at a newly opened biofuel factory...
A sample of biodiesel made from algae (L) and samples of algae are displayed at the newly opened Oilfox S.A. Biofuel factory in San Nicolas, northeast Buenos Aires August 22, 2010. An Argentine company opened on Friday as the country's first factory to make biodiesel from algae, hoping to use pond scum as a replacement for soy in making biodiesel as part of a push for renewable energy. Picture taken August 22, 2010. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENERGY SCI TECH BUSINESS)
ARGENTINA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1TH6L
September 05, 2007
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner stands next...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Argentina's presidential candidate Cristina Fernandez stands next to President Kirchner in city of San...
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner stands next her husband President Nestor Kirchner as they visit a steel plant in the Buenos Aires city of San Nicolas in this September 5, 2007, handout photo. Fernandez -- who has a big lead in polls ahead of the Oct. 28 vote -- urged industry chiefs to generate well-paid jobs and think about the needs of society as well as profit. REUTERS/Frente Para la Victoria/Handout (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1TH6K
September 05, 2007
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to a...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Handout photo of Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Fernandez de Kirchner listening...
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner listens to a speech by her husband, President Nestor Kirchner at a steel plant in the Buenos Aires city of San Nicolas in this September 5, 2007, handout photo. Fernandez -- who has a big lead in polls ahead of the Oct. 28 vote -- urged industry chiefs to generate well-paid jobs and think about the needs of society as well as profit. REUTERS/Frente Para la Victoria/Handout (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA-ELECTIONS/
RTR1TH6C
September 05, 2007
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner signs a helmet...
San Nicolas, Argentina
Handout photo of Argentina's presidential candidate Fernandez signing helmet in city of San Nicolas
Argentina's First Lady and presidential race front-runner Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner signs a helmet for a worker as she visits a steel plant in the Buenos Aires city of San Nicolas in this September 5, 2007, handout photo. Fernandez -- who has a big lead in polls ahead of the Oct. 28 vote -- urged industry chiefs to generate well-paid jobs and think about the needs of society as well as profit. REUTERS/Frente Para la Victoria/Handout (ARGENTINA)
ARGENTINA  CRASH
RTR14HHP
August 21, 2001
The charred remains of a bus carrying 38 passengers that smashed into
the back of a truck lies along...
San Nicolas, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
REMAINS OF BURNED BUS CARRYING 38 PEOPLE CRASHED ALONG AN ARGENTINE
HIGHWAY.
The charred remains of a bus carrying 38 passengers that smashed into
the back of a truck lies along the roadside in the district of San
Nicolas, northwest of Buenos Aires, August 21, 2001. At least 18 people
were killed and 16 were injured when the bus smashed into a truck
before bursting in flames.

EM/LSD
ARGENTINA  CRASH
RTRLSXN
August 21, 2001
Rescue workers carry a charred body from a bus that smashed into the
back of a truck, in the district...
San Nicolas, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
RESCUE WORKERS CARRY A BODY FROM BURNED BUS SMASHED IN A ARGENTINE
HIGHWAY.
Rescue workers carry a charred body from a bus that smashed into the
back of a truck, in the district of San Nicolas, 260 km (161 miles)
northwest of Buenos Aires, August 21, 2001. At least 18 were killed and
16 were injured when a bus heading south from Resistencia to Buenos
Aires hit the truck which was traveling in same direction and spun out
of control before bursting in flames.

EM/HK
WEATHER MITCH
RTRIZFJ
November 03, 1998
A group of Salvadorean villagers await in line for food rations at a public school serving as a refugee...
San Nicolas, El Salvador
SALVADOREAN VILLAGERS AWAIT FOOD RATIONS AT REFUGEE CENTER.
A group of Salvadorean villagers await in line for food rations at a public school serving as a refugee center in the village of Zacatecoluca, some 65 kms east of San Salvador, November 2. The passage of Hurricane Mitch has left some 200 people dead and over 30,000 homeless in El Salvador.

LAG/ZDC/SB
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