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AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/INDONESIA-KARATE TEACHER
RTXFWWT5
August 18, 2021
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Meena Asadi, a former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee Shotokan Karate...
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee Shotokan Karate Club dojo in Cisarua, West Java province, Indonesia, August 18, 2021. Picture taken August 18, 2021 REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/INDONESIA-KARATE TEACHER
RTXFWWT4
August 18, 2021
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, practices karate at Refugee Shotokan Karate...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Meena Asadi, a former Afghan martial arts athlete, practices karate at Refugee Shotokan Karate Club dojo...
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, practices karate at Refugee Shotokan Karate Club dojo in Cisarua, West Java province, Indonesia, August 18, 2021. Picture taken August 18, 2021 REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/INDONESIA-KARATE TEACHER
RTXFWWRV
August 18, 2021
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Meena Asadi, a former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee Shotokan Karate...
Meena Asadi, a 28 year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete, speaks during an interview at Refugee Shotokan Karate Club dojo in Cisarua, West Java province, Indonesia, August 18, 2021. Picture taken August 18, 2021 REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/INDONESIA-KARATE TEACHER
RTXFWUG2
August 18, 2021
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete practices karate at the Refugee Shotokan...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete practices karate at the Refugee Shotokan...
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete practices karate at the Refugee Shotokan Club dojo in Cisarua, West Java province, Indonesia, August 18, 2021. Picture taken August 18, 2021. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
AFGHANISTAN-CONFLICT/INDONESIA-KARATE TEACHER
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August 18, 2021
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete speaks during an interview at the Refugee...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete speaks during an interview at the Refugee...
Meena Asadi, a 28-year-old former Afghan martial arts athlete speaks during an interview at the Refugee Shotokan Club dojo in Cisarua, West Java province, Indonesia, August 18, 2021. Picture taken August 18, 2021. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana
INDONESIA/
RTR1MH05
February 16, 2007
Five-moth-old female orangutans (pongo pygmaeus) from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Five-moth-old female orangutans from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari Park, Cisarua,...
Five-moth-old female orangutans (pongo pygmaeus) from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari Park, Cisarua, in Bogor, West Java February 16, 2007. Wild populations of orangutans are found only in the tropical forests on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra, and all populations are under severe threat from habitat loss, illegal logging, fires and poaching. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR1MH04
February 16, 2007
Five-moth-old female orangutans (pongo pygmaeus) from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Five-moth-old female orangutans from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari Park, Cisarua,...
Five-moth-old female orangutans (pongo pygmaeus) from Borneo lie in an animal hospital at Taman Safari Park, Cisarua, in Bogor, West Java February 16, 2007. Wild populations of orangutans are found only in the tropical forests on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra, and all populations are under severe threat from habitat loss, illegal logging, fires and poaching. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
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August 17, 2004
Indonesian girls wearing traditonal dresses hold parrots during a carnival marking Indonesia's 59th independence...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Indonesian girls wearing traditonal dress hold parrots in Cisarua.
Indonesian girls wearing traditonal dresses hold parrots during a carnival marking Indonesia's 59th independence day celebration at Safari Park in Cisarua, West Java on August 17, 2004. REUTERS/Beawiharta BEA/TW
INDONESIA
RTR8RYA
August 17, 2004
An eagle owl is held by its keeper during a carnival marking the country's 59th independence day celebrations...
Cisarua, Indonesia
An Eagle Owl is held by its keeper in Cisaru.
An eagle owl is held by its keeper during a carnival marking the country's 59th independence day celebrations at Safari Park in Cisarua, West Java on August 17, 2004. REUTERS/Beawiharta BEA/TW
INDONESIA
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August 17, 2004
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers, during a carnival, marking the country's 59th Independence...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers in Cisarua.
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers, during a carnival, marking the country's 59th Independence Day celebrations at Safari Park in Cisarua, West Java on August 17, 2004. REUTERS/Beawiharta ODLY BEA/LA
INDONESIA
RTR8RXE
August 17, 2004
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers during a carnival marking the country's 59th Independence...
Cisarua, Indonesia
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers in Cisarua.
Sumatran tigers are walked by their keepers during a carnival marking the country's 59th Independence Day celebrations, at a Safari Park in Cisarua, West Java on August 17, 2004. REUTERS/Beawiharta BEA/LA
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA TIGERS
RTRDEP4
November 06, 2002
A veterinarian sprays liquid antibiotic on the scratched face of a
110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran...
Cisarua, Indonesia - Republic of
TO MATCH WITH FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS.
A veterinarian sprays liquid antibiotic on the scratched face of a
110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger in its cage at the Safari
Park in Cisarua, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta. The tiger was
captured in Sumatra's Riau province in September after it was believed
to have killed five people. It is one of the few remaining Sumatran
tigers, whose numbers have been declining sharply in the past decade
and which conservationists fear may become extinct in the next decade.
REUTERS/Supri TO MATCH WITH FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS.
Picture taken 12OCT2002 REUTERS

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TIGERS
RTXLLSR
November 05, 2002
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face raw on...
Cisarua, Indonesia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face raw on.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face raw on the bars of its cage sits at the Safari Park in Cisarua, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta. The tiger was captured in Sumatra's Riau province in September after it was believed to have killed five people. It is one of the few remaining Sumatran tigers, whose numbers have been declining sharply in the past decade and which conservationists fear may become extinct in the next decade. Picture taken October 12, 2002.
TIGERS
RTXLLSQ
November 05, 2002
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- A male Sumatran tiger, resident of Indonesia's tiger breeding centre at Safari...
Cisarua, Indonesia
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- A male Sumatran tiger, resident of Indonesia's tiger breeding centre at Safari.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 12OCT02- A male Sumatran tiger, resident of Indonesia's tiger breeding centre at Safari Park in Cisarua, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta, roars in its enclosure. The tiger is one of the 31 kept by the centre in an effort to save the species, whose numbers have been declining sharply in the past decade. Conservationists fear that the Sumatran tiger may become extinct in the next decade. Picture taken October 12, 2002.
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA TIGERS
RTR154S7
October 12, 2002
The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face
raw on the bars of its cage...
Cisarua, Indonesia - Republic of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS.
The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face
raw on the bars of its cage sits at the Safari Park in Cisarua, about
120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta. The tiger was captured in Sumatra's
Riau province in September after it was believed to have killed five
people. It is one of the few remaining Sumatran tigers, whose numbers
have been declining sharply in the past decade and which
conservationists fear may become extinct in the next decade. Picture
taken October 12, 2002. REUTERS/Supri TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY
ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS

SUPRI/JD
ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA TIGERS
RTRDEPR
October 12, 2002
A male Sumatran tiger, resident of Indonesia's tiger breeding centre at
Safari Park in Cisarua, about...
Cisarua, Indonesia - Republic of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS.
A male Sumatran tiger, resident of Indonesia's tiger breeding centre at
Safari Park in Cisarua, about 120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta, roars in
its enclosure. The tiger is one of the 31 kept by the centre in an effort to
save the species, whose numbers have been declining sharply in the past
decade. Conservationists fear that the Sumatran tiger may become extinct in
the next decade. Picture taken October 12, 2002. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Supri
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS

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ENVIRONMENT INDONESIA TIGERS
RTRDEOX
October 12, 2002
The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face
raw on the bars of its cage...
Cisarua, Indonesia - Republic of
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS.
The 110-kg (243-lb) seven-year-old Sumatran tiger which rubbed its face
raw on the bars of its cage sits at the Safari Park in Cisarua, about
120 km (75 miles) west of Jakarta. The tiger was captured in Sumatra's
Riau province in September after it was believed to have killed five
people. It is one of the few remaining Sumatran tigers, whose numbers
have been declining sharply in the past decade and which
conservationists fear may become extinct in the next decade. Picture
taken October 12, 2002. REUTERS/Supri TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY
ENVIRONMENT-INDONESIA-TIGERS

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