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INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HLBH
August 27, 2010
A worker collects coffee beans excreted by Palm Civets in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation...
Situbondo, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/
A worker collects coffee beans excreted by Palm Civets in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo of Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. Coffee cherries are fed to civets bred in cages and their droppings collected to make a brew enriched by the civets' stomachs that sell for as much as $770 a kg in London. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA ANIMALS - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HLB4
August 27, 2010
A worker takes in the smell of coffee made from coffee beans excreted by palm civets cats and produced...
Situbondo, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/
A worker takes in the smell of coffee made from coffee beans excreted by palm civets cats and produced by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII in Situbondo, Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. Fruits are fed to caged civets and their droppings collected in Indonesian plantations to make a brew enriched by the civets' stomachs that sell for as much as $770 a kg in London. Picture taken August 4, 2009. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ANIMALS BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HLAP
August 27, 2010
Clusters of Arabica coffee beans excreted by civet cats are seen in a coffee plantation owned by state...
Situbondo, Indonesia
To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/
Clusters of Arabica coffee beans excreted by civet cats are seen in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo of Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. Coffee cherries are fed to civets bred in cages and their droppings collected to make a brew enriched by the civets' stomachs that sell for as much as $770 a kg in London. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match Reuters Life! INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA ANIMALS - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HJYK
August 26, 2010
Civet coffee beans (Kopi Luwak) are displayed in a coffee shop owned by PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII in...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Civet coffee beans (Kopi Luwak) are displayed in a coffee shop in Indonesia's East Java province
Civet coffee beans (Kopi Luwak) are displayed in a coffee shop owned by PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII in Surabaya in Indonesia's East Java province August 6, 2010. Coffee fruit is fed to caged civets and their droppings collected. Perkebunan Nusantara XII sells the civet coffee for $130 a kg from factories or $250 a kg in cafes on Indonesia's main island of Java, though the price multiplies as exports reach countries such as Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States. Picture taken August 6, 2010. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HJYG
August 26, 2010
A palm civet stands on Arabica coffee cherries in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm...
Situbondo, Indonesia
A palm civet stands on Arabica coffee cherries in Indonesia's East Java province
A palm civet stands on Arabica coffee cherries in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo in Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. The fruit is fed to caged civets and their droppings collected. Perkebunan Nusantara XII sells the civet coffee for $130 a kg from factories or $250 a kg in cafes on Indonesia's main island of Java, though the price multiplies as exports reach countries such as Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States. Picture taken August 4, 2010. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HJYF
August 26, 2010
A palm civet eats Arabica coffee cherries in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan...
Situbondo, Indonesia
A palm civet eats Arabica coffee cherries in Indonesia's East Java province
A palm civet eats Arabica coffee cherries in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo in Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. The fruit is fed to caged civets and their droppings collected. Perkebunan Nusantara XII sells the civet coffee for $130 a kg from factories or $250 a kg in cafes on Indonesia's main island of Java, though the price multiplies as exports reach countries such as Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States. Picture taken August 4, 2010. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HJYE
August 26, 2010
Arabica coffee fruit seen in a tree in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Arabica coffee fruit seen in a tree in a coffee plantation in Indonesia's East Java province
Arabica coffee fruit seen in a tree in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo in Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. The fruit is fed to caged civets and their droppings collected. Perkebunan Nusantara XII sells the civet coffee for $130 a kg from factories or $250 a kg in cafes on Indonesia's main island of Java, though the price multiplies as exports reach countries such as Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States. Picture taken August 4, 2010. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA-COFFEE/
RTR2HJYD
August 26, 2010
A worker picks Arabica coffee fruit in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan...
Situbondo, Indonesia
A worker picks Arabica coffee fruit in a coffee plantation in Indonesia's East Java province
A worker picks Arabica coffee fruit in a coffee plantation owned by state plantation firm PT Perkebunan Nusantara XII, in Situbondo in Indonesia's East Java province August 4, 2010. The fruit is fed to caged civets and their droppings collected. Perkebunan Nusantara XII sells the civet coffee for $130 a kg from factories or $250 a kg in cafes on Indonesia's main island of Java, though the price multiplies as exports reach countries such as Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States. Picture taken August 4, 2010. To match feature INDONESIA-COFFEE/ REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
INDONESIA/
RTR1WUVO
February 09, 2008
A woman walks past damaged vehicles flash floods in the district of Situbondo, east Java, February 9,...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Woman walks past damaged vehicles flash floods in the district of Situbondo
A woman walks past damaged vehicles flash floods in the district of Situbondo, east Java, February 9, 2008. Five people are dead and hundreds of houses destroyed by flash floods overnight, local media say. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1WUVL
February 09, 2008
Residents clear debris from their damaged houses after flash floods hit their village in the district...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Residents clear debris from their damaged houses after flash floods hit their village in the district...
Residents clear debris from their damaged houses after flash floods hit their village in the district of Situbondo, east Java, February 9, 2008. Five people are dead and hundreds of houses destroyed by flash floods overnight, local media said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1WUVI
February 09, 2008
Residents stand near the ruins of their house after flash floods hit a village in the district of Situbondo,...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Residents stand near the ruins of their house after flash floods hit a village in the district of Situbondo...
Residents stand near the ruins of their house after flash floods hit a village in the district of Situbondo, east Java, February 9, 2008. Five people are dead and hundreds of houses destroyed by flash floods overnight, local media said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1WUVE
February 09, 2008
A woman sits in front of her damaged house after flash floods hit her village in the district of Situbondo,...
Situbondo, Indonesia
Woman sits in front of damaged house after flash floods hit her village in the district of Situbondo
A woman sits in front of her damaged house after flash floods hit her village in the district of Situbondo, east Java, February 9, 2008. Five people are dead and hundreds of houses destroyed by flash floods overnight, local media said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR6JWD
November 09, 2003
Indonesian special soldiers from the "Raiders" group run along the
beach during a military exercise...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN SPECIAL SOLDIERS FROM RAIDERS GROUP DURING MILITARY EXERCISE
IN SITUBONDO, EAST JAVA.
Indonesian special soldiers from the "Raiders" group run along the
beach during a military exercise in Situbondo, East Java on November 9,
2003. More than 747 troops have finished their 6-month drill before
being deployed to the country's troubled provinces REUTERS/Sigit
Pamungkas

SUPRI/TW
INDONESIA CRASH DRIVER
RTR4NNT
October 10, 2003
A procession of ambulances transport the bodies of victims of a bus
crash from Situbondo, East Java...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
PROCESSION OF AMBULANCES TRANSPORT BODIES OF BUS CRASH VICTIMS IN
INDONESIA.
A procession of ambulances transport the bodies of victims of a bus
crash from Situbondo, East Java to Sleman, Central Java October 10,
2003. The driver of a truck involved in the crash that killed more than
50 school children has been captured by police, a senior officer said
on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

SUPRI/FA
INDONESIA CRASH DRIVER
RTR4NNH
October 10, 2003
Indonesian relatives of bus crash victims cry at a hospital in
Situbondo, East Java province, October...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN RELATIVES OF BUS CRASH VICTIMS CRY AT HOSPITAL IN SITUBONDO,
EAST JAVA.
Indonesian relatives of bus crash victims cry at a hospital in
Situbondo, East Java province, October 10, 2003. The driver of a truck
involved in an Indonesian crash that killed more than 50 school
children has been captured by police, a senior officer said on Friday.
REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

SUPRI/FA
INDONESIA CRASH DRIVER
RTR4NEY
October 10, 2003
An Indonesian soldier and paramedics officer carry a coffin of a bus
crash victim at a hospital in Situbondo,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN SOLDEIR AND PARAMEDIC CARRY A COFFIN OF BUS CRASH VICTIM
IN SITUBONDO HOSPITAL.
An Indonesian soldier and paramedics officer carry a coffin of a bus
crash victim at a hospital in Situbondo, East Java province, October
10, 2003. The driver of a truck involved in a bus crash that killed
more than 50 school children has been captured by police, a senior
officer said on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH DRIVER
RTR4NEC
October 10, 2003
Indonesians stand near the coffin of bus crash victims at a hospital in
Situbondo, East Java province,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIANS STAND NEAR THE COFFINS OF BUS CRASH VICTIMS IN SITUBONDO.
Indonesians stand near the coffin of bus crash victims at a hospital in
Situbondo, East Java province, October 10, 2003. The driver of a truck
involved in an Indonesian crash that killed more than 50 school
children has been captured by police, a senior officer said on Friday.
REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/CP
INDONESIA CRASH DRIVER
RTR4MWD
October 10, 2003
Indonesian relatives of bus crash victims pray near the burned bodies
at a hospital in Situbondo, East...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN RELATIVES OF BUS CRASH VICTIMS PRAY IN SITUBONDO HOSPITAL,
INDONESIA.
Indonesian relatives of bus crash victims pray near the burned bodies
at a hospital in Situbondo, East Java province, in early morning of
October 10, 2003. The driver of a truck involved in an Indonesian crash
that killed more than 50 school children has been captured by police, a
senior officer said on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/TW
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4MK2
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian doctor at a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java
province, October 9, 2003 check a...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN DOCTOR CHECKS A BUS CRASH VICTIM AT SITUBONDO HOSPITAL.
An Indonesian doctor at a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java
province, October 9, 2003 check a victim after a bus crash. At least 54
people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in Bali, were
killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck
and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4L9J
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian policeman carries a wreath near victims of a bus crash at
a hospital in Situbondo regency,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN POLICEMAN CARRY A FLOWERS BESIDES THE VICTIMS OF BUS
CRASH IN SITUBONDO HOSPITAL.
An Indonesian policeman carries a wreath near victims of a bus crash at
a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9, 2003.
At least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday
in Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding
with a truck and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials
said on Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4L8B
October 09, 2003
Indonesian students pray for victims of a bus crash at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java province,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN STUDENTS PRAY FOR VICTIMS OF A BUS CRASH IN SITUBONDO
HOSPITAL.
Indonesian students pray for victims of a bus crash at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9, 2003. At least 54
people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in Bali, were
killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck
and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4L82
October 09, 2003
Indonesian students prays near victims of a bus crash at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN STUDENTS PRAY NEAR VICTIMS OF BUS CRASH IN SITUBONDO
HOSPITAL.
Indonesian students prays near victims of a bus crash at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9, 2003. At least 54
people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in Bali, were
killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck
and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4L70
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian policeman stands near a row of coffins for victims of a
bus crash at a hospital in Situbondo...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN POLICEMAN STANDS NEAR A ROW OF COFFINS IN SITUBONDO
HOSPITAL, EAST JAVA PROVINCE.
An Indonesian policeman stands near a row of coffins for victims of a
bus crash at a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java province,
October 9, 2003. At least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning
from a holiday in Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames
after colliding with a truck and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java
province, officials said on Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4KDK
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian policeman checks the wreckage of burned bus on a coastal
highway in Situbondo regency,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN POLICEMAN CHECKS THE WRECKAGE OF A BURNED BUS IN
SITUBONDO.
An Indonesian policeman checks the wreckage of burned bus on a coastal
highway in Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9, 2003. At
least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in
Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with
a truck and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said
on Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/DL
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4KD8
October 09, 2003
Indonesian paramedics at a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java
province, October 9, 2003 place...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN PARAMEDICS PLACE BLOCKS OF ICE NEXT TO BODY BAGS IN
SITUBONDO HOSPITAL.
Indonesian paramedics at a hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java
province, October 9, 2003 place blocks of ice next to the body bags of
victims killed during a bus crash. At least 54 people, most of them
schoolgirls returning from a holiday in Bali, were killed when their
bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck and a minivan in
Indonesia's East Java province, officials said on Thursday.
REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4KCS
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian Muslim woman comforts a relative of a victim at a
hospital in Situbondo regency, East...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIA MUSLIM WOMAN COMFORTS A RELATIVE AT HOSPITAL IN SITUBONDO.
An Indonesian Muslim woman comforts a relative of a victim at a
hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java province October 9, 2003. At
least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in
Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with
a truck and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said
on Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4KCM
October 09, 2003
An Indonesian Muslim woman comforts a relative of a victim at a
hospital in Situbondo regency, East...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIA MUSLIM WOMAN COMFORTS A RELATIVE AT HOSPITAL IN SITUBONDO.
An Indonesian Muslim woman comforts a relative of a victim at a
hospital in Situbondo regency, East Java province October 9, 2003. At
least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in
Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with
a truck and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said
on Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
INDONESIA CRASH
RTR4KB4
October 09, 2003
Indonesian paramedics stand near burned bodies at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java province,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN PARAMEDICS STAND NEAR BURNED BODIES IN SITUBONDO HOSPITAL.
Indonesian paramedics stand near burned bodies at a hospital in
Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9, 2003. At least 54
people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a holiday in Bali, were
killed when their bus burst into flames after colliding with a truck
and a minivan in Indonesia's East Java province, officials said on
Thursday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/FA
JAK08D
RTR4NDM
October 08, 2003
An Indonesian policeman checks the wreckage of a burned bus on a
coastal highway in Situbondo regency,...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
AN INDONESIAN POLICEMAN CHECKS THE WRECKAGE OF A BURNED BUS IN
SITUBONDO.
An Indonesian policeman checks the wreckage of a burned bus on a
coastal highway in Situbondo regency, East Java province, October 9,
2003. At least 54 people, most of them schoolgirls returning from a
holiday in Bali, were killed when their bus burst into flames after
colliding with a truck and a mini van in Indonesia's East Java
province, officials said on Thursday. Pictures of the Year 2003
REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas

BEA/DL
INDONESIA-WAHID-PROTEST
RTRDZOH
February 06, 2001
SUPPORTERS OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID HANG AN EFFIGY OF PARLIAMENT SPEAKER AKBAR TANDJUNG...
Situbondo, Indonesia - Republic of
SUPPORTERS OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID HANG AN EFFIGY OF PARLIAMENT SPEAKER AKBAR ...
SUPPORTERS OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID HANG AN EFFIGY OF PARLIAMENT SPEAKER AKBAR TANDJUNG IN EAST JAVA.


Supporters of Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid hang an effigy of parliament speaker Akbar Tandjung in the town of Situbondo late February 6, 2001. Some 10,000 Wahid supporters protested on Wednesday in the nearby city of Surabaya in East Java, the biggest gathering so far since support began swelling for the embattled Muslim cleric.
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