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INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APP
September 23, 2021
Prigi Arisandi, the founder of Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
Prigi Arisandi, the founder of Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON), holds a placard as he poses for pictures in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2API
September 22, 2021
Prigi Arisandi, the founder Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
Prigi Arisandi, the founder Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON), and volunteers look at water sample as they examine microplastic contents on it, at their laboratory in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APO
September 22, 2021
Volunteers of Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
Volunteers of Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) built a mock-up of the Goddess Sri, the goddess of rice and prosperity for Javanese people, from plastic waste collected from several rivers around the city, at the plastic museum in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APM
September 22, 2021
People walk through "Terowongan 4444" or 4444 tunnel, built from plastic bottles collected from several...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
People walk through "Terowongan 4444" or 4444 tunnel, built from plastic bottles collected from several rivers around the city in three years, at the plastic museum constructed by Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APN
September 22, 2021
People take selfie pictures at "Terowongan 4444" or 4444 tunnel, built from plastic bottles collected...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
People take selfie pictures at "Terowongan 4444" or 4444 tunnel, built from plastic bottles collected from several rivers around the city in three years, at the plastic museum constructed by Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APF
September 22, 2021
Microplastic contents on water sample collected from the river is seen on a screen at the laboratorium...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
Microplastic contents on water sample collected from the river is seen on a screen at the laboratorium owned by Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APL
September 22, 2021
A placard that reads "Brantas river polluted with microplastic," is seen among plastic bags displayed...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
A placard that reads "Brantas river polluted with microplastic," is seen among plastic bags displayed at the plastic museum constructed by Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/PLASTIC-MUSEUM
RTXI2APG
September 22, 2021
Volunteers examine the contents of microplastics on water sample collected from the river, at the laboratory...
Gresik, Indonesia
Museum constructed with plastic waste in Gresik regency near Surabaya
Volunteers examine the contents of microplastics on water sample collected from the river, at the laboratory owned by Indonesia's environmental activist group Ecological Observation and Wetlands Conservation (ECOTON) in Gresik regency near Surabaya, East Java province, Indonesia, September 28, 2021. Picture taken September 28, 2021. REUTERS/Prasto Wardoyo
INDONESIA-ENVIRONMENT/MORATORIUM
RTR2MM8M
May 19, 2011
Illegal loggers cut timber to be sold for construction in a forest in Gresik of the Indonesia's East...
Gresik, Indonesia
Illegal loggers cut timber to be sold for construction in a forest in Gresik of the Indonesia's East...
Illegal loggers cut timber to be sold for construction in a forest in Gresik of the Indonesia's East Java province in this March 1, 2011 file photo. Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono inked into law a two-year moratorium on new permits to clear primary forest, as part of a $1 billion climate deal with Norway, a presidential advisor on climate change said on May 19, 2011. Picture taken March 1, 2011. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
INDONESIA/
RTR2FPFF
June 25, 2010
A worker cuts logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker cuts logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
A worker cuts logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from trees on Kalimantan island known locally as Meranti and Kamper, are distributed to local companies for processing before they are exported to Asia and Europe, a distribution official said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR2FPFE
June 25, 2010
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs,...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from trees on Kalimantan island known locally as Meranti and Kamper, are distributed to local companies for processing before they are exported to Asia and Europe, a distribution official said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR2FPFD
June 25, 2010
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs,...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from trees on Kalimantan island known locally as Meranti and Kamper, are distributed to local companies for processing before they are exported to Asia and Europe, a distribution official said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR2FPFA
June 25, 2010
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs,...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
A worker unloads logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from trees on Kalimantan island known locally as Meranti and Kamper, are distributed to local companies for processing before they are exported to Asia and Europe, a distribution official said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
INDONESIA/
RTR2FPF8
June 25, 2010
Workers unload logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Workers unload logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
Workers unload logs at a harbour in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, June 25, 2010. The logs, from trees on Kalimantan island known locally as Meranti and Kamper, are distributed to local companies for processing before they are exported to Asia and Europe, a distribution official said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
RICE-INDONESIA/
RTR1Z62F
April 06, 2008
Farmers thrash paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's...
Gresik, Indonesia
Farmers thrash paddy after a harvest in Gresik
Farmers thrash paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest rice consumer, has ample stocks for the next few months but will not export the grain as it needs to meet domestic demand, agriculture officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
RICE-INDONESIA/
RTR1Z62C
April 06, 2008
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest...
Gresik, Indonesia
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik
Farmers mill paddy after a harvest in Gresik, East Java, April 6, 2008. Indonesia, Southeast Asia's largest rice consumer, has ample stocks for the next few months but will not export the grain as it needs to meet domestic demand, agriculture officials said on Friday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
COPPER-INDONESIA/SMELTING
RTR1YI4X
March 19, 2008
A worker monitors the loading of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province,...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker monitors the loading of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik
A worker monitors the loading of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, March 19, 2008. PT Smelting, Indonesia's only copper smelter, said on Wednesday its copper cathode output was set to drop 6 percent this year due to plans to shut down its smelter for routine maintenance for 25 days in May. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
COPPER-INDONESIA/SMELTING
RTR1YI4V
March 19, 2008
Mineo Hayashi, PT Smelting's president director and general manager, speaks during an interview in Gresik,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Mineo Hayashi, PT Smelting's president director and general manager, speaks during an interview in Gresik...
Mineo Hayashi, PT Smelting's president director and general manager, speaks during an interview in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, March 19, 2008. PT Smelting, Indonesia's only copper smelter, said on Wednesday its copper cathode output was set to drop 6 percent this year due to plans to shut down its smelter for routine maintenance for 25 days in May. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
COPPER-INDONESIA/SMELTING
RTR1YI4S
March 19, 2008
A worker checks piles of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, March...
Gresik, Indonesia
A worker checks piles of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province
A worker checks piles of copper plates at PT Smelting in Gresik, Indonesia's East Java province, March 19, 2008. PT Smelting, Indonesia's only copper smelter, said on Wednesday its copper cathode output was set to drop 6 percent this year due to plans to shut down its smelter for routine maintenance for 25 days in May. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTXO974
February 16, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 13FEV06 - Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February...
Gresik, Indonesia
- PHOTO TAKEN 13FEV06 - Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on Februar.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 13FEV06 - Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. [In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year.]
INDONESIA
RTXO973
February 16, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 04FEV06 - Indonesian men in the district of Mojokerto on February 4, 2006 saw illegally-cut...
Gresik, Indonesia
- PHOTO TAKEN 04FEV06 - Indonesian men in the district of Mojokerto on February 4, 2006 saw illegall.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 04FEV06 - Indonesian men in the district of Mojokerto on February 4, 2006 saw illegally-cut logs with a mobile machine that they take around regions of East Java province, offering their services to villagers who have illegally cut down timber. [The wood is sold to traders in a practice that environmentalists say is a major cause of deadly landslides in Indonesia, by removing natural barriers to heavy rain run-off. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 4, 2006.]
INDONESIA
RTXO972
February 16, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 05FEV06 - Indonesian villagers cut timber illegally from a teak forest in the Bojonegoro...
Gresik, Indonesia
- PHOTO TAKEN 05FEV06 - Indonesian villagers cut timber illegally from a teak forest in the Bojonego.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 05FEV06 - Indonesian villagers cut timber illegally from a teak forest in the Bojonegoro district of East Java province on February 5, 2006. [The villagers sell the wood to traders in a practice that environmentalists say is a major cause of deadly landslides in Indonesia, by removing natural barriers to heavy rain run-off. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year.] Picture taken February 5, 2006.
INDONESIA
RTXO92U
February 16, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 13FEB06- Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province...
Gresik, Indonesia
-PHOTO TAKEN 13FEB06- Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 13FEB06- Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. [In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year.] Picture taken February 13, 2006.
INDONESIA
RTR169CG
February 16, 2006
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of...
Gresik, Indonesia
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR169C8
February 16, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR169C7
February 16, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR169BP
February 16, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR1B25Q
February 13, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR1B252
February 13, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR1B1PV
February 13, 2006
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13,...
Gresik, Indonesia
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Indonesian workers unload certified timber at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped a day, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. Picture taken February 13, 2006. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTR1B1BA
February 13, 2006
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of...
Gresik, Indonesia
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province
Certified timber dock at the port of Gresik in East Java province on February 13, 2006. In the wake of a crackdown on illegal logging, the number of ships carrying wood from Borneo and Sumatra islands, homes to much of Indonesia's precious timber, has 60 percent dropped, port officials said. The Forestry Ministry says Indonesia loses about $2.8 billion annually in revenue and taxes due to illegal logging, while around 2.8 million hectares of forest disappear every year. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA ELECTIONS MILITARY
RTR5K7T
June 30, 2004
Elite marines from the Indonesian military wear camouflage as they demonstrate their new skills after...
Gresik, Indonesia
INDONESIAN MARINES WEAR CAMOUFLAGE IN GESIK.
Elite marines from the Indonesian military wear camouflage as they demonstrate their new skills after they graduated from the elite course in Gresik, in East Java June 30, 2004. Two former generals are among five candidates vying for president in Indonesia's elections on July 5, although political analysts say that does not mean the prospect of a return to more authoritarian rule, even though one of the ex-generals is tipped to win. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas DW/TW
INDONESIA ELECTIONS MILITARY
RTR5K7L
June 30, 2004
Elite marines from the Indonesian military wear face camouflage as they demonstrate their new skills...
Gresik, Indonesia
INDONESIAN MARINES WEAR FACE CAMOUFLAGE IN GESIK.
Elite marines from the Indonesian military wear face camouflage as they demonstrate their new skills after they graduated from the elite course in Gresik, in East Java June 30, 2004. Two former generals are among five candidates vying for president in Indonesia's elections on July 5, although political analysts say that does not mean the prospect of a return to more authoritarian rule, even though one of the ex-generals is tipped to win. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas dw/TW
BIRDFLU THAILAND THAKSIN
RTRBBSG
January 28, 2004
A farmer collects dead chickens at a poultry farm in the Indonesian town of Gresik in East Java January...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN FARMER COLLECTS DEAD CHICKENS AT A POULTRY FARM IN GRESIK, EAST JAVA.
A farmer collects dead chickens at a poultry farm in the Indonesian town of Gresik in East Java January 28, 2004. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at a regional summit on bird flu said on Wednesday the outbreak rampaging across Asia poses a serious threat to the region's economies and public health, and called for a coordinated effort to fight the virus. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas EN/FA
BIRDFLU THAILAND THAKSIN
RTRBBRM
January 28, 2004
Indonesian boys load dead chickens into a wooden cart at a poultry farm in the Indonesian town of Gresik,...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN BOYS LOAD DEAD CHICKENS AT A POULTRY FARM IN GRESIK, EAST JAVA.
Indonesian boys load dead chickens into a wooden cart at a poultry farm in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java, January 28, 2004. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra at a regional summit on bird flu said on Wednesday the outbreak rampaging across Asia poses a serious threat to the region's economies and public health, and called for a coordinated effort to fight the virus. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas EN/FA
BIRDFLU INDONESIA
RTRBBQT
January 28, 2004
Workers gather dead chickens at a poultry farm in the Indonesia town of Gresik, East Java, January 28,...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
INDONESIAN WORKERS GATHER DEAD CHICKENS AT A POULTRY FARM IN GRESIK, EAST JAVA.
Workers gather dead chickens at a poultry farm in the Indonesia town of Gresik, East Java, January 28, 2004. Indonesia is likely to vaccinate chickens in a bid to stop the spread of a bird flu epidemic which has killed millions of the fowl across the sprawling archipelago, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas EN/FA
INDONESIA BLAST
RTRAQKS
January 21, 2004
A worker views the destroyed Petrowidada chemical factory in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
WORKER VIEWS THE DESTROYED PETROWIDADA CHEMICAL FACTORY IN THE INDONESIAN TOWN OF GRESIK.
A worker views the destroyed Petrowidada chemical factory in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java on January 21, 2004, a day after a thunderous explosion rocked the site killing two people and injuring more than 50 others. Police scoured the location on Wednesday for the cause of the blast which is still considered an accident. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas en/TW
INDONESIA BLAST
RTRAQKB
January 21, 2004
Workers view the destroyed Petrowidada chemical factory in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java on...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
WORKERS VIEW THE DESTROYED PETROWIDADA CHEMICAL FACTORY IN THE INDONESIAN TOWN OF GRESIK.
Workers view the destroyed Petrowidada chemical factory in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java on January 21, 2004, a day after a thunderous explosion rocked the site killing two people and injuring more than 50 others. Police scoured the location on Wednesday searching for the cause behind the blast which is still considered as an accident. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas en/TW
INDONESIA BLAST
RTRAQED
January 21, 2004
A worker injured in a factory explosion is helped by a relative in a hospital in Indonesian town of Gresik,...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
WORKER INJURED IN INDONESIAN FACTORY EXPLOSION TREATED IN EAST JAVA.
A worker injured in a factory explosion is helped by a relative in a hospital in Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java on January 21, 2004. Two people were killed and at least 52 injured after a large explosion ripped through a chemical factory owned by PT Petro Widada on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas EN
INDONESIA BLAST
RTRAQE5
January 21, 2004
Workers injured in a factory explosion are treated at a hospital in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
WORKERS INJURED IN INDONESIAN FACTORY EXPLOSION TREATED IN EAST JAVA.
Workers injured in a factory explosion are treated at a hospital in the Indonesian town of Gresik, East Java on January 21, 2004. Two people were killed and at least 52 injured after a large explosion ripped through a chemical factory owned by PT Petro Widada on Tuesday. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas en
INDONESIA BLAST
RTRAODG
January 20, 2004
SMOKES RISES AFTER A LARGE EXPLOSION RIPPED THROUGH A CHEMICAL FACTORY NEAR INDONESIA'S SECOND CITY OF...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
SMOKES RISES AFTER A LARGE EXPLOSION RIPPED THROUGH A CHEMICAL FACTORY NEAR INDONESIA'S SECOND ...
SMOKES RISES AFTER A LARGE EXPLOSION RIPPED THROUGH A CHEMICAL FACTORY NEAR INDONESIA'S SECOND CITY OF SURABAYA. Smokes rise after a large explosion ripped through a chemical factory owned by PT Petro Widada near Indonesia's second city of Surabaya on January 20, 2004. At least 54 workers were injured, a police said. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas
INDONESIA
RTRHFVE
April 26, 2001
Supporters of Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid pray in front of a picture of Wahid before leaving...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
SUPPORTERS OF INDONESIAN PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID PRAY IN GRESIK.
Supporters of Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid pray in front of a picture of Wahid before leaving for Jakarta by train in Gresik, East Java, April 26, 2001. Indonesian police said on Thursday they were ready to shoot rioters during next week critical parliamentary seasons which threatens to bring President Abdurahman Wahid's ouster one step closer.

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INDONESIA
RTRHFUS
April 26, 2001
Supporters of Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid pray before leaving for Jakarta by train in Gresik,...
Gresik, Indonesia - Republic of
SUPPORTERS OF PRESIDENT ABDURRAHMAN WAHID PRAY BEFORE LEAVING FOR JAKARTA IN GRESIK.
Supporters of Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid pray before leaving for Jakarta by train in Gresik, East Java, April 26, 2001. Indonesian police said on Thursday they were ready to shoot rioters during next week critical parliamentary seasons which threatens to bring President Abdurahman Wahid's ouster one step closer.

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