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CHINA-BRITAIN/NUCLEAR
RTX14ELQ
October 17, 2013
Static caravans are parked at a holiday park next to Heysham nuclear power station near Morecambe Bay,...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom
Static caravans are parked at a holiday park next to Heysham nuclear power station near Morcambe Bay,...
Static caravans are parked at a holiday park next to Heysham nuclear power station near Morecambe Bay, northwest England April 23, 2013. Chinese companies will be allowed to take stakes in British nuclear projects, British finance minister George Osborne said on October 17, 2013 as Britain pushes ahead with an ambitious target to expand nuclear energy. The announcement comes as talks between the British government and French company EDF Energy on building Hinkley C, Britain's first new nuclear power station, since 1995 approach a conclusion. China General Nuclear Power Group (CGNPG) is poised to join the project. Picture taken April 23, 2013. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett (BRITAIN - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS SOCIETY)

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BRITAIN COCKLE
RTRC48X
February 07, 2004
SACKS OF COCKLE SHELL ARE WASHED BY THE TIDE ON THE SANDS OF MORECAMBE BAY THE SCENE OF THE DEATH OF...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
SACKS OF COCKLE SHELL ARE WASHED BY THE TIDE ON THE SANDS OF MORECAMBE BAY THE SCENE OF THE DEATH OF...
SACKS OF COCKLE SHELL ARE WASHED BY THE TIDE ON THE SANDS OF MORECAMBE BAY THE SCENE OF THE DEATH OF 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS. Sacks of cockle shells are washed by the tide on the sands of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning.Detectives said they would interview 16 survivors and continue looking for evidence in Morecambe Bay, where the victims were caught by rising tides on Thursday. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Simon Bellis
BRITAIN RESCUE
RTRC474
February 07, 2004
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE...
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED. The Consul General of the People's Republic of China in Manchester Deng Boqing (L) gestures to PC Patrick Worden as he watches rescue volunteers search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning.Detectives said they would interview 16 survivors and continue looking for evidence in Morecambe Bay, where the victims were caught by rising tides on Thursday. REUTERS/Simon Bellis
BRITAIN RESCUE
RTRC44O
February 07, 2004
Rescue volunteers in a vehicle continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED.
Rescue volunteers in a vehicle continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly chinese shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. Detectives said they would interview 16 survivors and continue looking for evidence in Morecambe Bay, where the victims were caught by rising tides on Thursday. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Simon Bellis RUS/WS
BRITAIN COCKLES
RTRC44F
February 07, 2004
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE...
CHINA'S CONSUL GENERAL BOQING WATCHES AS RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED. The Consul General of the People's Republic of China in Manchester Deng Boqing (C) watches as rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. Detectives said they would interview 16 survivors and continue looking for evidence in Morecambe Bay, where the victims were caught by rising tides on Thursday.
BRITAIN RESCUE
RTRC447
February 07, 2004
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 Asian shellfish...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED.
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 Asian shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. Police investigating the deaths said they expected to make arrests within days over allegations of enforced illegal immigrant labour. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Simon Bellis RUS
BRITAIN RESCUE
RTRC3WT
February 07, 2004
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 Asian shellfish...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERERS DIED.
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 Asian shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. Police investigating the deaths said they expected to make arrests within days over allegations of enforced illegal immigrant labour. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Simon Bellis RUS
BRITAIN COCKLES
RTRC3QY
February 07, 2004
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 shellfish...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED.
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. British police began a search on Saturday for the gangmasters who employed 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers who drowned on a beach in northern England. REUTERS/Simon Bellis
BRITAIN COCKLES
RTRC3QK
February 07, 2004
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS DIED.
Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. Police investigating the deaths said they expected to make arrests within days over allegations of enforced illegal immigrant labour. REUTERS/Simon Bellis RUS/WS
BRITAIN COCKLES
RTRC3Q5
February 07, 2004
Hovercraft Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after...
Morecambe Bay, United Kingdom of Great Britain
RESCUE WORKERS CONTINUE TO SEARCH THE SHORELINE OF MORECAMBE BAY AFTER DEATH OF 19 SHELLFISH GATHERS....
Hovercraft Rescue volunteers continue to search the shoreline of Morecambe Bay February 7, 2004 after 19 shellfish gatherers died on Thursday night by drowning. British police began a search on Saturday for the gangmasters who employed 19 mainly Chinese shellfish gatherers who drowned on a beach in northern England. REUTERS/Simon Bellis RUS/JV
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