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VATICAN-TRADITIONALISTS/BRAZIL
RTR4VIKU
March 30, 2015
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) attends a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015....
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure attends a mass in Nova Friburgo
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) attends a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015. Two renegade Catholic bishops plan to consecrate a new generation of bishops to spread their ultra-traditionalist movement called "The Resistance" in defiance of the Vatican, one of them said at a remote monastery in Brazil. French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure, himself consecrated only two weeks ago by the Holocaust-denying British Bishop Richard Williamson, said the new group rejected Pope Francis and what it called his "new religion" and would not engage in a dialogue with Rome until the Vatican turned back the clock. Picture taken on March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Eisenhammer
VATICAN-TRADITIONALISTS/BRAZIL
RTR4VIKT
March 30, 2015
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) attends a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015....
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure attends a mass in Nova Friburgo
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) attends a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015. Two renegade Catholic bishops plan to consecrate a new generation of bishops to spread their ultra-traditionalist movement called "The Resistance" in defiance of the Vatican, one of them said at a remote monastery in Brazil. French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure, himself consecrated only two weeks ago by the Holocaust-denying British Bishop Richard Williamson, said the new group rejected Pope Francis and what it called his "new religion" and would not engage in a dialogue with Rome until the Vatican turned back the clock. Picture taken on March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Eisenhammer
VATICAN-TRADITIONALISTS/BRAZIL
RTR4VIKS
March 30, 2015
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (2nd R) gives holy communions during a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure gives holy communions during a mass in Nova Friburgo
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (2nd R) gives holy communions during a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015. Two renegade Catholic bishops plan to consecrate a new generation of bishops to spread their ultra-traditionalist movement called "The Resistance" in defiance of the Vatican, one of them said at a remote monastery in Brazil. French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure, himself consecrated only two weeks ago by the Holocaust-denying British Bishop Richard Williamson, said the new group rejected Pope Francis and what it called his "new religion" and would not engage in a dialogue with Rome until the Vatican turned back the clock. Picture taken on March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Eisenhammer
VATICAN-TRADITIONALISTS/BRAZIL
RTR4VIKR
March 30, 2015
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) walks during a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure walks during a mass in Nova Friburgo
French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure (C) walks during a mass in Nova Friburgo near Rio de Janeiro March 28, 2015. Two renegade Catholic bishops plan to consecrate a new generation of bishops to spread their ultra-traditionalist movement called "The Resistance" in defiance of the Vatican, one of them said at a remote monastery in Brazil. French Bishop Jean-Michel Faure, himself consecrated only two weeks ago by the Holocaust-denying British Bishop Richard Williamson, said the new group rejected Pope Francis and what it called his "new religion" and would not engage in a dialogue with Rome until the Vatican turned back the clock. Picture taken on March 28, 2015. REUTERS/Stephen Eisenhammer
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSGW
January 19, 2011
Brazilian Navy soldiers take part in an operation to distribute donations to residents of landslide affected...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Brazilian Navy soldiers take part in an operation to distribute donations to residents of landslide affected...
Brazilian Navy soldiers take part in an operation to distribute donations to residents of landslide affected areas in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSGT
January 19, 2011
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSGQ
January 19, 2011
Children look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter during an operation to distribute donations to residents...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Children look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter in Nova Friburgo
Children look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter during an operation to distribute donations to residents of landslide affected areas in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSGD
January 19, 2011
People look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter during an operation to distribute donations to residents of...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
People look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter in Nova Friburgo
People look at a Brazilian Navy helicopter during an operation to distribute donations to residents of landslide affected areas in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSG8
January 19, 2011
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWSFZ
January 19, 2011
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo...
Residents unload donations from a Brazilian Navy helicopter at a landslide affected area in Nova Friburgo January 19, 2011. The death toll from flash floods and mudslides is likely to rise further in one of Brazil's worst natural disasters on record, with Nova Friburgo registering the greatest number of deaths at 335. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQYK
January 18, 2011
A firefighter mourns during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A firefighter mourns during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo
A firefighter mourns during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQYJ
January 18, 2011
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQYH
January 18, 2011
Firefighters attend a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Firefighters attend a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo
Firefighters attend a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQYG
January 18, 2011
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo
Firefighters react during a mass in tribute to the victims of landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQYD
January 18, 2011
Firefighters attend a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Firefighters attend during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo
Firefighters attend a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQY6
January 18, 2011
Firefighters mourn during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Firefighters mourn during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo
Firefighters mourn during a mass paying tribute to the victims of a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQVN
January 18, 2011
A cyclist wears a surgical mask to protect against dust, odors and disease after a landslide in Nova...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A cyclist wears a surgical mask to protect against dust, odors and disease after a landslide in Nova...
A cyclist wears a surgical mask to protect against dust, odors and disease after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQT4
January 18, 2011
A woman wearing a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease is seen through the window...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A woman wearing a surgical mask is seen through the window of a car after a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
A woman wearing a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease is seen through the window of a car after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQS7
January 18, 2011
A man wearing a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease carries his belongings after...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A man carries his belongings after a landslide in Nova Friburgo
A man wearing a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease carries his belongings after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQRY
January 18, 2011
A boy wears a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease after a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A boy wears a surgical mask after a landslide in Nova Friburgo
A boy wears a surgical mask to protect against dust, odours and disease after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Brazilian army helicopters stepped up rescue and supply operations on Monday in areas hit by floods and landslides that have killed at least 665 people, reaching residents who had been cut off from help for five days. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQJ9
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, talks with relatives in front of a church where he and his family are currently staying,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, talks with relatives in front of a church where he and his family are currently staying,...
Marilson, 68, talks with relatives in front of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQJ8
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, observes his grandchildren Jhoni, 14 (L), and Patrik, 9, at the kitchen of a church where...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, observes his grandchildren Jhoni, 14, and Patrik, 9, at the kitchen of a church where he...
Marilson, 68, observes his grandchildren Jhoni, 14 (L), and Patrik, 9, at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQJ6
January 18, 2011
Marilson's daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen of a church...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson's daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen of a church...
Marilson's daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQJ5
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, observes as his daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, observes as his daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen...
Marilson, 68, observes as his daughter-in-law Cibele,33, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQIU
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, stands next to relatives at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, stands next to relatives at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently...
Marilson, 68, stands next to relatives at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQIS
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, observes as his grandson Jhoni, 14, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, observes as his grandson Jhoni, 14, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen...
Marilson, 68, observes as his grandson Jhoni, 14, holds his granddaughter Marjory, 2, at the kitchen of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQIP
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, stands at entrance of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, stands at entrance of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide...
Marilson, 68, stands at entrance of a church where he and his family are currently staying, after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQIN
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, walks next to his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson, 68, walks next to his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo
Marilson, 68, walks next to his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQHK
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, searches for his belongings at his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson searches for his belongings at his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova...
Marilson, 68, searches for his belongings at his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as rescue searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQGL
January 18, 2011
Marilson, 68, searches for his belongings at his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Marilson searches for his belongings at his damaged house after landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo...
Marilson, 68, searches for his belongings at his damaged house after a landslide in Alta Floresta in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. Marilson and his family escaped from a landslide that hit their house and destroyed several in its vicinity. Locals said 33 bodies have been recovered as searches continue. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQAB
January 18, 2011
Stephane, 6, plays with her doll as Jo, 12, eats bread at a school used as a shelter for people displaced...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Stephane, 6, plays with her doll as Jo, 12, eats bread at a school used as a shelter for people displaced...
Stephane, 6, plays with her doll as Jo, 12, eats bread at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQ9B
January 18, 2011
A girl uses the restroom at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A girl uses the restroom at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
A girl uses the restroom at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQ8L
January 18, 2011
People inspect the damage after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
People inspect the damage after a landslide in Nova Friburgo
People inspect the damage after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQ7V
January 18, 2011
People inspect a damaged area after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
People inspect a damaged area after a landslide in Nova Friburgo
People inspect a damaged area after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQ63
January 18, 2011
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova...
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWQ5X
January 18, 2011
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova...
A man reacts at the place where his house once stood, before it was destroyed in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 18, 2011. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPCJ
January 17, 2011
Landslide victim Jeci, 64, sits on her bed before receiving medical attention in an area isolated due...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A landslide victim waits for medical attention in an area isolated due to the landslide in Nova Friburgo...
Landslide victim Jeci, 64, sits on her bed before receiving medical attention in an area isolated due to the landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPCE
January 17, 2011
Landslide victim Jeci, 64, is seen after receiving medical attention in an area isolated due to the landslide...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A landslide victim is seen after receiving medical attention in an area isolated due to the landslide...
Landslide victim Jeci, 64, is seen after receiving medical attention in an area isolated due to the landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPC8
January 17, 2011
Men carry an injured landslide victim towards a hospital in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Men carry an injured landslide victim towards a hospital in Nova Friburgo
Men carry an injured landslide victim towards a hospital in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPC2
January 17, 2011
A rescue worker reacts after throwing water on his face as a search for bodies continue after a landslide...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A rescue worker reacts after throwing water on his face as a search for bodies continue after a landslide...
A rescue worker reacts after throwing water on his face as a search for bodies continue after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPC1
January 17, 2011
A resident comforts 26-year-old Adriana, who is eight months pregnant, as she leaves an area isolated...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A resident comforts a pregnant landslide victim as she leaves an area isolated by a landslide, in a medical...
A resident comforts 26-year-old Adriana, who is eight months pregnant, as she leaves an area isolated by a landslide, in a medical truck in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPBZ
January 17, 2011
Adriana, 26, who is eight months pregnant, receives medical attention from a Brazilian navy doctor at...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A victim receives medical attention from a Brazilian navy doctor at an area isolated due to a landslide...
Adriana, 26, who is eight months pregnant, receives medical attention from a Brazilian navy doctor at an area isolated due to a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPB6
January 17, 2011
Rescue workers remove a dead body from a house destroyed by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Rescue workers remove a dead body from a house destroyed by a landslide in Nova Friburgo
Rescue workers remove a dead body from a house destroyed by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPB0
January 17, 2011
Rescue workers stand next to a dead body found after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Rescue workers stand next to a dead body found after a landslide in Nova Friburgo
Rescue workers stand next to a dead body found after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPAS
January 17, 2011
A woman sits on a couch filled with donated items in an area isolated due to a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A woman sits on a couch filled with donated items in an area isolated due to a landslide in Nova Friburgo...
A woman sits on a couch filled with donated items in an area isolated due to a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPA6
January 17, 2011
A rescue worker (bottom R) reacts after throwing water on his face as search for bodies continue after...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A rescue worker reacts after throwing water on his face as search for bodies continue after a landslide...
A rescue worker (bottom R) reacts after throwing water on his face as search for bodies continue after a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWPA2
January 17, 2011
Adriana, 26, who is eight months pregnant, rubs her eye as a medical truck transports her from an area...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Adriana rubs her eye as a medical truck transports her from an area isolated by a landslide, in Nova...
Adriana, 26, who is eight months pregnant, rubs her eye as a medical truck transports her from an area isolated by a landslide, in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWP9T
January 17, 2011
Jeci (C), 64, waits as other landslide victims receive medical attention from Brazilian navy doctors,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Jeci, 64, waits as other landslide victims receive medical attention from doctors, in an area isolated...
Jeci (C), 64, waits as other landslide victims receive medical attention from Brazilian navy doctors, in an area isolated due to the landslide, in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWP9O
January 17, 2011
Jeci, 64, receives medical attention from a Brazilian navy doctor alongside other victims, who live in...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Jeci, 64, receives medical attention alongside other victims, who live in an area isolated due to the...
Jeci, 64, receives medical attention from a Brazilian navy doctor alongside other victims, who live in an area isolated due to a landslide, in Nova Friburgo January 17, 2011. Rains that devastated the mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 626 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as fears of more storms and disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJZ
January 16, 2011
Residents reach for relief supplies following a landslide in their area of Nova Friburgo January 16,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents reach for relief supplies following a landslide in their area of Nova Friburgo
Residents reach for relief supplies following a landslide in their area of Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rescuers uncovered more corpses buried under mud and wrecked homes in southeastern Brazil on Friday as the death toll from torrential rains and massive floods hit 540 people and looked certain to climb. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJX
January 16, 2011
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rescuers uncovered...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rescuers uncovered more corpses buried under mud and wrecked homes in southeastern Brazil on Friday as the death toll from torrential rains and massive floods hit 540 people and looked certain to climb. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJS
January 16, 2011
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rescuers uncovered...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo
A truck carries mannequins damaged in a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rescuers uncovered more corpses buried under mud and wrecked homes in southeastern Brazil on Friday as the death toll from torrential rains and massive floods hit 540 people and looked certain to climb. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJK
January 16, 2011
A woman receives medical attention after feeling ill, next to items donated for landslide victims at...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A woman receives medical attention after feeling ill, next to items donated for landslide victims at...
A woman receives medical attention after feeling ill, next to items donated for landslide victims at a school used as a shelter in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Martin said on Sunday he would be interested in the leadership of the Fianna Fail party if a vacancy arose and will be voting against Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen's leadership in a party vote on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJI
January 16, 2011
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova...
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJ9
January 16, 2011
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova...
Volunteers pray next to children at a school used as shelter for people displaced by a landslide in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJ6
January 16, 2011
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in...
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNJ2
January 16, 2011
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in...
A kid receives medical attention at a school used as a shelter for people displaced by landslides in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT HEALTH DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNIO
January 16, 2011
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide receive donations in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011....
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide receive donations in Nova Friburgo
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide receive donations in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNII
January 16, 2011
Brazilian soldiers tend to a landslide victim in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Brazilian soldiers tend to a landslide victim in Nova Friburgo
Brazilian soldiers tend to a landslide victim in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
BRAZIL-RAINS/
RTXWNI4
January 16, 2011
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide reach out for donations in Nova Friburgo January 16,...
NOVA FRIBURGO, Brazil
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide reach out for donations in Nova Friburgo
Residents living in an area damaged by a landslide reach out for donations in Nova Friburgo January 16, 2011. Rains that devastated a mountainous region north of Rio de Janeiro have killed at least 611 people, Brazil's Civil Defense agency said on Sunday, as forecasts of more storms and fears of disease outbreaks overshadowed rescue operations. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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