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MIDEAST
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June 09, 2006
Palestinians carry a body into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike...
Gaza
Palestinians carry body into hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in...
Palestinians carry a body into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)
MIDEAST
RTR1E8P4
June 09, 2006
Palestinians wheel a body into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike...
Gaza
Palestinians wheel a body into hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike...
Palestinians wheel a body into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)
MIDEAST
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June 09, 2006
Palestinians wheel a wounded man into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air...
Gaza
Palestinians wheel a wounded man into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air...
Palestinians wheel a wounded man into a hospital after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES
MIDEAST
RTR1E8OC
June 09, 2006
Palestinians mourn after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June...
Gaza
Palestinians mourn after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza
Palestinians mourn after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June 09, 2006. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)
MIDEAST BLAST
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June 09, 2006
Palestinians mourns after Israeli army killed three Palestinians in an air strike in north Gaza Strip...
Gaza
Palestinians mourns after Israeli army killed three Palestinian in an air strike in north Gaza
Palestinians mourns after Israeli army killed three Palestinians in an air strike in north Gaza Strip June 9, 2006. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES)
ISRAEL
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January 07, 2006
A Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7,...
Bethlehem
Jewish woman prays at Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
A Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7, 2006. The latest scan of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's brain showed slight improvement in his condition on Saturday but his life remained in danger three days after he suffered a massive stroke, doctors said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
ISRAEL
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January 07, 2006
A Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7,...
Bethlehem
Jewish woman prays at Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
A Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7, 2006. The latest scan of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's brain showed slight improvement in his condition on Saturday but his life remained in danger three days after he suffered a massive stroke, doctors said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
ISRAEL
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January 07, 2006
Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7, 2006....
Bethlehem
Jewish woman prays at Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City
Jewish woman prays at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site, in Jerusalem's Old City January 7, 2006. The latest scan of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's brain showed slight improvement in his condition on Saturday but his life remained in danger three days after he suffered a massive stroke, doctors said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
OLYMPICS WRESTLING
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August 28, 2004
Russias Mavlet Batirov, Stephen Abas of U.S. and Japans Chikara Tanabe dispaly their medals during the...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Russias Mavlet Batirov, Stephen Abas of U.S. and Japans Chikara Tanabe dispaly their medals during ......
Russias Mavlet Batirov, Stephen Abas of U.S. and Japans Chikara Tanabe dispaly their medals during the victory ceremony for the mens freestyle wrestling 55kg event in Athens. Russia's Mavlet Batirov (C), Stephen Abas (L) of U.S. and Japan's Chikara Tanabe dispaly their medals during the victory ceremony for the men's freestyle wrestling 55kg event in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 28, 2004. Russia's Batirov took gold, Abas took silver and Tanabe took bronze. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
OLYMPICS WRESTLING
RTRWXYD
August 28, 2004
South Korea's Kim Hyo-sub (C) grapples with China's Li Zhengyu (hidden) in their men's freestyle wrestling...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
South Korea's Kim grapples with China's Li in men's freestyle wrestling at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games....
South Korea's Kim Hyo-sub (C) grapples with China's Li Zhengyu (hidden) in their men's freestyle wrestling 55kg classification match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 28, 2004. China's Li Zhengyu beat South Korea's Kim Hyo-sub 6-4. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte YH/JS
OLYMPIC HOCKEY
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August 21, 2004
Spains Tubau celebrates victory with his team mates during their match against Pakistan at Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Spains Tubau celebrates victory with his team mates during their match against Pakistan at Athens ......
Spains Tubau celebrates victory with his team mates during their match against Pakistan at Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Spain's Eduardo Tubau (C) celebrates victory with his team mates after he scored a goal during their men's preliminary pool A field hockey match against Pakistan at Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 21, 2004. Spain won the match 4-0. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
OLYMPIC HOCKEY
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August 21, 2004
Spain's Tubau celebrates victory with his team mate Freixa while Pakistan's Ashraf watches after their...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Spain's Tubau celebrates victory with his team mate Freixa while Pakistan's Ashraf watches after ...
Spain's Tubau celebrates victory with his team mate Freixa while Pakistan's Ashraf watches after their match in at Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Spain's Eduardo Tubau (C) celebrates victory with his team mate Santiago Freixa (L) while Pakistan's Zeeshan Ashraf (R) watches after their men's preliminary pool A field hockey match at Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 21, 2004. Spain won the match 4-0. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
SPORTS FIELD HOCKEY
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August 19, 2004
New Zealand hockey players celebrate a goal during the match against Argentina at the Athens 2004 Olympic...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
New Zealand hockey players celebrate a goal during the match against Argentina at the Athens 2004 ......
New Zealand hockey players celebrate a goal during the match against Argentina at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. New Zealand's (L to R) Simon Towns, Wayne McIndoe, Kosoof Dave, Hayden Shaw and Blair Hopping celebrate a goal during the men's preliminary pool B field hockey match against Argentina at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 19, 2004. New Zealand won the match 3-1. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
SPORTS FIELD HOCKEY
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August 19, 2004
Retegui of Argentina emraces New Zealands Patel after being injured during the match at the Athens 2004...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Retegui of Argentina emraces New Zealands Patel after being injured during the match at the Athens ......
Retegui of Argentina emraces New Zealands Patel after being injured during the match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Argentina's Carlos Retegui (L) escorts New Zealand's Mitesh Patel (R) after the latter was injured during their men's preliminary pool B field hockey match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 19, 2004. New Zealand won the match 3-1. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte
SPORTS FIELD HOCKEY
RTRVQEO
August 19, 2004
New Zealand's Umesh Parag (R) battles Argentina's German Orozco (L) during the men's preliminary pool...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
New Zealands Parag battles Argentinas Orozco during the match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
New Zealand's Umesh Parag (R) battles Argentina's German Orozco (L) during the men's preliminary pool B field hockey match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 19, 2004. New Zealand won the match 3-1. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte PEK/
SPORTS FIELD HOCKEY
RTRVQDI
August 19, 2004
New Zealand's Darren Smith (L) battles Argentina's Carlos Retegui (R) during the men's preliminary pool...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
New Zealands Smith battles Argentinas Retegui during the match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games.
New Zealand's Darren Smith (L) battles Argentina's Carlos Retegui (R) during the men's preliminary pool B field hockey match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, August 19, 2004. New Zealand won the match 3-1. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte PEK/
OLYMPICS HOCKEY FIELD
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August 13, 2004
Sohail Abbas of Pakistan gestures while training for the field hockey competition in Athens, August 13,...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Abbas of Pakistan gestures while training for field hockey competition in Athens.
Sohail Abbas of Pakistan gestures while training for the field hockey competition in Athens, August 13, 2004. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte PEK/SV
SPORT SOCCER
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September 07, 2003
Brazil's Rivaldo falls while being challenged by Colombia's Jorge Lopez
Caballero (16) in the second...
Barranquilla, Colombia - Republic of
BRAZILIAN RIVALDO FALLS AGAINST COLOMBIA IN WORLD CUP QUALIFIER.
Brazil's Rivaldo falls while being challenged by Colombia's Jorge Lopez
Caballero (16) in the second half of their Germany 2006 World Cup
qualifying match in Barranquilla, September 7, 2003. REUTERS/Eliana
Aponte

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COLOMBIA
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July 30, 2003
Combo picture of Martin McCauley (L), Niall Connoly, (C) and Jim Monaghan, three Irishmen on trial in...
Bogota, Colombia
Combo picture of Martin McCauley (L), Niall Connoly, (C) and Jim Monaghan, three Irishmen on trial i.....
Combo picture of Martin McCauley (L), Niall Connoly, (C) and Jim Monaghan, three Irishmen on trial in Colombia, taken prior to their trial in a Bogota court, July 30, 2003. The Colombian prosecutor said that the three were Republican guerrillas and called for them to get up to 20 years in jail for teaching Marxist rebels advanced bomb-making techniques. (Credit : Eliana Aponte (L)-Daniel Munoz (C, R))
COLOMBIA PRESIDENT
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August 07, 2002
Senate president Luis Alfredo Ramos (R) places the presidential sash on
Alvaro Uribe after being sworn...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
SENATE PRESIDENT PLACES THE PRESIDENTIAL SASH ON URIBE AT THE CONGRESS.
Senate president Luis Alfredo Ramos (R) places the presidential sash on
Alvaro Uribe after being sworn in as Colombia's new president at the
Congress in Bogota, August 7, 2002. Uribe, a right-winger who took
office on Wednesday, promises a big rise in military spending in this
war-torn Andean nation. The 50-year-old lawyer also says he will boost
social spending to ameliorate the poverty that feeds a 38-year-conflict
that claims thousands of lives a year. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA ROCKET
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April 12, 2002
Two Colombian soldiers stand guard in front of the RCN television
network, April 12, 2002. An unknown...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
TWO COLOMBIAN SOLDIERS STAND GUARD IN FRONT OF THE RCN TELEVISION IN
BOGOTA.
Two Colombian soldiers stand guard in front of the RCN television
network, April 12, 2002. An unknown assailant fired a shoulder-fired
rocket at the Bogota offices of the RCN television network on Friday,
missing the building and causing no injuries, in a rare attack in
Colombian cities, police said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA ROCKET
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April 12, 2002
Colombian workers of the RCN television network work after an attack
April 12, 2002. An unknown assailant...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN WORKERS OF THE RCN TELEVISION AFTER AN ATTACK IN BOGOTA.
Colombian workers of the RCN television network work after an attack
April 12, 2002. An unknown assailant fired a shoulder-fired rocket at
the Bogota offices of the RCN television network on Friday, missing the
building and causing no injuries, in a rare attack in Colombian cities,
police said. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA ELECTIONS
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April 10, 2002
Colombian presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez gestures during a
press conference in Bogota, in...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
FILE PHOTO COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ALVARO URIBE.
Colombian presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez gestures during a
press conference in Bogota, in this file photo taken on April 10, 2002.
Colombia's lead candidate for the May 26 presidential elections,
anti-rebel independent survived an apparent assassination attempt on
April 14, 2002, when a bomb exploded as his campaign caravan passed
down a city street in Barranquilla. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte/FILE

EA/HK
COLOMBIA ELECTIONS
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April 10, 2002
Colombian Presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez pauses before
journalists during a press conference...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE URIBE DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN
BOGOTA.
Colombian Presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez pauses before
journalists during a press conference in Bogota, April 10, 2002. Uribe
said he would mobilize the Andean nation's 40 million citizens in
"civil resistance" to rebel and paramilitary violence if elected
president. The front-running candidate was polled on April 4 with 51%
support for the May 26 election. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA ELECTIONS
RTR3I3B
April 10, 2002
Colombian Presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez speaks to
journalists during a press conference...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ALVARO URIBE DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE
IN BOGOTA.
Colombian Presidential candidate Alvaro Uribe Velez speaks to
journalists during a press conference in Bogota, April 10, 2002. Uribe
said he would mobilize the Andean nation's 40 million citizens in
"civil resistance" to rebel and paramilitary violence if elected
president. The front-running candidate was polled on April 4 with 51%
support for the May 26 election. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

EA/HK
COLOMBIA BOMB
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April 09, 2002
Colombian policemen carry the coffin of Juan Carlos Diaz, one of two
colleagues killed on April 9, 2002,...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN POLICEMEN CARRING COFFIN OF COLLEAGUE KILLED BY TRUCK BOMB
BLAST.
Colombian policemen carry the coffin of Juan Carlos Diaz, one of two
colleagues killed on April 9, 2002, by a bomb placed in a pickup truck,
during his funeral in Bogota, April 10, 2002. The two policemen were
killed while trying to remove a booby-trapped corpse from a truck.
REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA BOMB
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April 09, 2002
Angela Maria Medina, sister of Juan Carlos Diaz, one of two Colombian
policemen killed April 9, 2002...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
SISTER OF POLICEMAN KILLED BY TRUCK BOMB CRIES DURING FUNERAL IN
BOGOTA.
Angela Maria Medina, sister of Juan Carlos Diaz, one of two Colombian
policemen killed April 9, 2002 by a bomb placed in a pickup truck,
cries over her brother's coffin during his funeral in Bogota, April 10,
2002. The two policemen were killed while trying to remove a
booby-trapped corpse from the truck. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA POLICE EXPLOSIVES
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March 27, 2002
A Colombian police explosives expert shows a new protective suit worn
while deactivating bombs as he...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
AN ANTIEXPLOSIVE POLICEMAN SHOWS A NEW DRESS DURING A DEMONSTRATION AT
THE POLICE HEADQUARTER IN BOGOTA....
A Colombian police explosives expert shows a new protective suit worn
while deactivating bombs as he is accompanied by Colombian Police Chief
Gen. Ernesto Gilibert (L), during a demonstration at police
headquarters in Bogota, March 27, 2002. The police exhibited and
demonstrated their new equipment, estimated to be worth more than $2
million, to be used in the fight against terrorism from both radical
left-and right-wing groups. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte REUTERS/Eliana
Aponte

EA/SV
COLOMBIA USA
RTR2YZF
March 26, 2002
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) chief Asa Hutchinson greets the
crowd on his arrival at police headquarters...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
US ADMINISTRATOR FOR DEA HUTCHINSON GREETS AT CROWD AT POLICE
HEADQUATERS IN BOGOTA.
U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) chief Asa Hutchinson greets the
crowd on his arrival at police headquarters in Bogota, March 26, 2002.
Hutchinson, who was honored by the police with a "Grand Official"
decoration, is in Colombia to evaluate results in the efforts against
drug trafficking as part of Plan Colombia. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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COLOMBIA MONTOYA
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March 25, 2002
BMW Williams driver Juan Pablo Montoya of Colombia gestures during a
news conference in Bogota, March...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN DRIVER JUAN PABLO MONTAYA GESTURES DURING NEWS CONFERENCE IN
BOGOTA.
BMW Williams driver Juan Pablo Montoya of Colombia gestures during a
news conference in Bogota, March 25, 2002. Montoya will race in the
Brazilian Grand Prix in Sao Paulo March 31. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

EA/SV
COLOMBIA
RTR1SI8
February 22, 2002
Colombian elite counterguerrilla soldiers walk outside the Military
Cazadores base of San Vicente del...
San Vicente Del Caguan, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN ELITE COUNTERGUERRILLA SOLDIERS WALKS OUTSIDE THE MILITARY
CAZADORES BASE.
Colombian elite counterguerrilla soldiers walk outside the Military
Cazadores base of San Vicente del Caguan, February 22, 2002.
Helicopters dropped crack Colombian troops into a former rebel enclave
on Friday, but the army met no resistance from Marxist guerrillas who
have melted into surrounding jungle. Soldiers from the army's Rapid
Deployment Force flew at dawn into a former military base just outside
the town of San Vicente in a southern enclave the government ceded to
FARC rebels in 1998 to encourage peace talks. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

EA
COLOMBIA ELECTION
RTR34P8
March 31, 2001
Colombian presidential candidate for the Liberal Party, Horacio Serpa
(L), gives a press conference...
Bogota, Colombia - Republic of
COLOMBIAN PRESIDENTAL CANDIDATE SERPA GIVES A PRESS CONFERENCE.
Colombian presidential candidate for the Liberal Party, Horacio Serpa
(L), gives a press conference as his runningmate Jose Gregorio
Hernandez listens, during a political meeting in Bogota, March 31,
2001. Serpa is second in the lastest opinion polls at 24%, ahead of the
presidential elections schedled for May 26. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte

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GUATEMALA DEMOSTRATION
RTR3GR8
April 26, 2000
A Guatemalan special forces police officer arrests a man during a demonstration in Guatemala City, April...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
POLICE OFFICER ARRESTS MAN DURING DEMONSTRATION IN GUATEMALA CITY.
A Guatemalan special forces police officer arrests a man during a demonstration in Guatemala City, April 25. Some 12 buses were destroyed after demonstrators took to the Guatemala City streets protesting increases in bus fares and the firing of some transportation workers. rm/Photo Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA TRADITION
RTRSRKF
November 28, 1999
A Guatemalan Garifuna man carries a mortar during the celebration of the Garifuna National Day in Livingston,...
Guatemala, Guatemala
A GUATEMALAN GARIFUNA MAN CARRIES A MORTAR DURING THE GARIFUNA NATIONAL DAY IN GUATEMALA.
A Guatemalan Garifuna man carries a mortar during the celebration of the Garifuna National Day in Livingston, Guatemala, November 28. Livingston, some 150 miles from Guatemala City, celebrates this day when, in 1802, the founders of this town, the only Garifuna place in Guatemala, arrived. The Garifunas came from St. Vicent Island, where they escaped from slavery. The Livingston habitants, mostly black, celebrate the anniversary with traditional dances and the re enactment of the arrival of the pioneers in small wooden boats to the Guatemala coast. rm/ Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA TRADITION
RTRSRK7
November 28, 1999
A Garifuna woman carrying bananas on her head participates in the celebration of the Garifuna National...
Guatemala, Guatemala
A GARIFUNA GUATEMALAN WOMAN PARTICIPATES IN THE GARIFUNA NATIONAL DAY IN GUATEMALA.
A Garifuna woman carrying bananas on her head participates in the celebration of the Garifuna National Day in Livingston, Guatemala, November 28. Livingston, some 150 miles from Guatemala City, celebrates this day when, in 1802, the founders of this town, the only Garifuna place in Guatemala, arrived. The Garifunas came from St. Vicent Island, where they escaped from slavery. The Livingston habitants, mostly black, celebrate the anniversary with traditional dances and the re enactment of the arrival of the pioneers in small wooden boats to the Guatemalan coast. rm/ Photo by Eliana Aponte.

RM/JP
GUATEMALA ELECTIONS
RTRQRRF
November 07, 1999
Alfonso Portillo waves to supporters during a press conference in Guatemala City after officialy registering...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
ALFONSO PORTILLO WAVES TO SUPPORTERS IN GUATEMALA.
Alfonso Portillo waves to supporters during a press conference in Guatemala City after officialy registering as a presidential candidate, August 11. Guatemala will celebrate its first post-civil war elections November 7, 1999. Portillo, an economist, is running with the opposition right wing Guatemalan Republican Front party (FRG). rm/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA ELECTIONS
RTRS3QO
November 05, 1999
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo greets supporters during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles...
Zacapa, Guatemala
ALFONSO PORTILLO GREETS SUPPOTERS DURING CAMPAIGN PRESIDENTIAL IN ZACAPA.
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo greets supporters during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles East of Guatemala City, November 05. Portillo, the candidate for the right-of-center-Guatemala Republican Front (FRG), leads pre-electoral polls. Guatemalans will hold their first presidential elections on November 7 since the government and Marxist rebels signed a peace accord in 1996 to end a 36-year civil war. iv/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA ELECTIONS
RTRS3QG
November 05, 1999
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo talks during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles East of Guatemala...
Zacapa, Guatemala
ALFONSO PORTILLO TALKS DURING CAMPAIGN PRESIDENTIAL IN ZACAPA.
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo talks during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles East of Guatemala City, November 05. Portillo, the candidate for the right-of-center-Guatemala Republican Front (FRG), leads pre-electoral polls. Guatemalans will hold their first presidential elections on November 7 since the government and Marxist rebels signed a peace accord in 1996 to end a 36-year civil war. iv/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

IV/JP
GUATEMALA ELECTIONS
RTRS3QB
November 05, 1999
Supporters of conservative presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo during his campaign rally in Zacapa,...
Zacapa, Guatemala
SUPPORTERS OF CONSERVATIVE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE ALFONSO PORTILLO IN ZACAPA.
Supporters of conservative presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo during his campaign rally in Zacapa, some 87 miles East of Guatemala City, November 05. Portillo, the candidate for the right-of-center-Guatemala Republican Front (FRG), leads pre-electoral polls. Guatemalans will hold their first presidential elections on November 7 since the government and Marxist rebels signed a peace accord in 1996 to end a 36-year civil war. iv/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

IV/JP
GUATEMALA ELECTIONS
RTRS3Q5
November 05, 1999
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo greets supporters during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles...
Zacapa, Guatemala
ALFONSO PORTILLO GREETS SUPPOTERS DURING CAMPAIGN PRESIDENTIAL IN ZACAPA.
Presidential candidate Alfonso Portillo greets supporters during his campaign in Zacapa, some 87 miles East of Guatemala City, November 05. Portillo, the candidate for the right-of-center-Guatemala Republican Front (FRG), leads pre-electoral polls. Guatemalans will hold their first presidential elections on November 7 since the government and Marxist rebels signed a peace accord in 1996 to end a 36-year civil war. iv/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA DISAPPEARED
RTRQBFD
June 30, 1999
Guatemalan President Alvaro Arzu (C) gives a flag to his new defence minister General Marco Tulio Espinoza...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
GUATEMALAN PRESIDENT ALVARO ARZU GIVES A FLAG TO HIS NEW DEFENCE MINISTER.
Guatemalan President Alvaro Arzu (C) gives a flag to his new defence minister General Marco Tulio Espinoza in Guatemala City June 30. Espinoza was honored during National Army Day. rm/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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MONTENEGRO
RTXIZWC
May 20, 1999
Nineth Montenegro, a Guatemalan human rights activist and a congresswoman for the leftist opposition...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Nineth Montenegro, a Guatemalan human rights activist and a congresswoman for the leftist oppositio.....
Nineth Montenegro, a Guatemalan human rights activist and a congresswoman for the leftist opposition New Guatemala Democratic Front (FDNG), talks to Reuters in Guatemala City, May 20. Montenegro's husband, Edgar Fernando Garcia, a 26 year old union leader, disappeared in February 1984, after he was arrested by Guatemalan military forces. Montenegro learned that her husband was tortured for some three months and then killed. The US-based organization National Security Archives disclosed a document with the name of 183 Guatemalans captured and killed by the army in 1983 and 1984. This is the first information disclosed by Guatemala's security forces detailing human rights abuses against suspected guerrilla members and simpathizers.
GUATEMALA REFERENDUM
RTRP80F
May 16, 1999
Two members of the Guatemalan Civilian Police stands in front of a polling station in Zaragosa, Chimaltenango,...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
TWO MEMEBERS OF THE GUATEMALAN CIVILIAN NATIONAL POLICE GUARD POLLING STATION IN GUATEMALA.
Two members of the Guatemalan Civilian Police stands in front of a polling station in Zaragosa, Chimaltenango, May 16. Nearly four million voters went to the polls Sunday to decide on a package of 50 constitutional reforms that include recognition of the rights of the country's Mayan Indian majority and the retooling of the Guatemalan army's role in a democratic society. rm/Photo By Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA REFERENDUM
RTRP808
May 16, 1999
A Mayan Indian woman votes in a referendum in Guatemala City, May 16. Nearly four million voters went...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A MAYAN INDIAN WOMAN VOTES IN A REFERENDUM IN GUATEMALA.
A Mayan Indian woman votes in a referendum in Guatemala City, May 16. Nearly four million voters went to the polls Sunday to decide on a package of 50 constitutional reforms that include recognition of the rights of the country's Mayan Indian majority and the retooling of the Guatemalan army's role in a democratic society. rm/Photo By Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA REFERENDUM
RTRP804
May 16, 1999
A man passes by a polling station in Comalapa Chimaltenango, May 16. Nearly four million voters went...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A MAN PASSES BY A POLLING STATION DURING A VOTING FOR A REFERENDUM IN GUATEMALA.
A man passes by a polling station in Comalapa Chimaltenango, May 16. Nearly four million voters went to the polls Sunday to decide on a package of 50 constitutional reforms that include recognition of the rights of the country's Mayan Indian majority and the retooling of the Guatemalan army's role in a democratic society. rm/Photo By Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA REFERENDUM
RTRP7ZD
May 16, 1999
A Kaqchikel Indian votes in Comalapa, Chimaltenango, May 16. Guatemalans on Sunday voted on a package...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A KAQCHIKEL INDIAN DEPOSITS HIS BALLOT IN GUATEMALAN REFERENDUM.
A Kaqchikel Indian votes in Comalapa, Chimaltenango, May 16. Guatemalans on Sunday voted on a package of 50 constitutional reforms, including the recognition of the country's Indian Mayan majority and army modernization. rm/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA
RTXIYO5
May 06, 1999
A Guatemalan street girl looks out as her friends gather in their improvised shack on a street in Guatemala...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A Guatemalan street girl looks out as her friends gather in their improvised shack on a street in Gu.....
A Guatemalan street girl looks out as her friends gather in their improvised shack on a street in Guatemala City, March 29. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
GUATEMALA
RTXIYO4
May 06, 1999
Fourteen-year-old Lesley (L) shares balls of tissue soaked with solvent for her friends to inhale so...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Fourteen-year-old Lesley (L) shares balls of tissue soaked with solvent for her friends to inhale so.....
Fourteen-year-old Lesley (L) shares balls of tissue soaked with solvent for her friends to inhale so as to avoid feeling hungry, March 29. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
GUATEMALA
RTXIYO3
May 06, 1999
Karla Barrios cries as she hugs a prostitute goodbye before leaving to a shelter for street children...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Karla Barrios cries as she hugs a prostitute goodbye before leaving to a shelter for street children.....
Karla Barrios cries as she hugs a prostitute goodbye before leaving to a shelter for street children March 19. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
GUATEMALA
RTXIYO2
May 06, 1999
Guatemalan street children paint and draw at a workshop set up by Casa Allianza, a non-governmental organization...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan street children paint and draw at a workshop set up by Casa Allianza, a non-governmental .....
Guatemalan street children paint and draw at a workshop set up by Casa Allianza, a non-governmental organization which has set up a project to help educate street children of the dangers of prostitution, sexually transmitted diseases and drugs with drawings, March 19. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
GUATEMALA
RTXIYO1
May 06, 1999
Karla Barrios,13, (R) and her companion Moises inhale solvents in a street market March 19. Over 6,000...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Karla Barrios,13, (R) and her companion Moises inhale solvents in a street market March 19. Over 6,0.....
Karla Barrios,13, (R) and her companion Moises inhale solvents in a street market March 19. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
GUATEMALA
RTXIYO0
May 06, 1999
Isaias, 13, (R) sleeps after smoking crack cocaine on the floor of a makeshift shack as his friend keeps...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Isaias, 13, (R) sleeps after smoking crack cocaine on the floor of a makeshift shack as his friend k.....
Isaias, 13, (R) sleeps after smoking crack cocaine on the floor of a makeshift shack as his friend keeps watch March 18. Over 6,000 children live on the streets and are exposed to drugs, prostitution and violence without any help from the state. The street child population in Guatemala grew by 30% after last year's hurricane Mitch, as many homeless Honduran kids arrived in Guatemala.
PANAMA ELECTION CANAL
RTROPZX
May 01, 1999
A ship passes through the locks of the Panama Canal and into the Pacific Ocean, Mayo 1. On the eve of...
Panama, Panama
A SHIP PASSES THROUGH THE LOCKS OF THE PANAMA CANAL AND INTO THE PACIFIC OCEAN.
A ship passes through the locks of the Panama Canal and into the Pacific Ocean, Mayo 1. On the eve of Panama's presidential election, candidates Martin Torrijos and Mireya Moscoso are in a dead heat for the May 2 vote. The candidates, running in the second elections since the 1989 invasion, have imbued their campaigns with assurances they will keep the canal free of corruption. The country takes over the Panama Canal after the Canal Treaties signed in 1977 by President Jimmy Carter and General Omar Torrijos committed the United States to handing over the Pacific-Atlantic link on December 31. mg/Photo by Eliana Aponte.

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GUATEMALA
RTXIVIN
March 26, 1999
Guatemalan students yell slogans as they wear red balaclavas during a rally to mark the Dolores Day strike...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemalan students yell slogans as they wear red balaclavas during a rally to mark the Dolores Day .....
Guatemalan students yell slogans as they wear red balaclavas during a rally to mark the Dolores Day strike which is commemorated by the students every year to protest against the Guatemalan government in Guatemala City, March 26.
GUATEMALA
RTXIT3M
February 24, 1999
Guatemalan forensics expert Ronaldo Sanchez scrapes the earth around human remains February 15 unearthed...
Finca San Franciso, Guatemala
Guatemalan forensics expert Ronaldo Sanchez scrapes the earth around human remains February 15 unear.....
Guatemalan forensics expert Ronaldo Sanchez scrapes the earth around human remains February 15 unearthed at the site of a massacre commited during his country's bloody 30 year civil war. A whole village, estimated to the number of 376 people was massacred at finca San Francisco, some 460 km north of the capital on the 17 of July 1982. Only 19 of the villagers remains have been found as the bodies were incinerated by the army. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology team is one of the organizations that is involved in trying to uncover the horrors committed during Guatemala's long guerrilla civil war.
GUATEMALA
RTXIT3L
February 24, 1999
Forensics expert Jose Suasnavar (L) inspects human remains February 15 unearthed at the site of a massacre...
Finca San Franciso, Guatemala
Forensics expert Jose Suasnavar (L) inspects human remains February 15 unearthed at the site of a ma.....
Forensics expert Jose Suasnavar (L) inspects human remains February 15 unearthed at the site of a massacre commited during his country's bloody 30 year civil war. A whole village, estimated to the number of 376 people was massacred at finca San Francisco, some 460 km north of the capital on the 17 of July 1982. Only 19 of the villagers remains have been found as the bodies were incinerated by the army. Guatemala's Forensic Anthropology team is one of the organizations that is involved in trying to uncover the horrors committed during Guatemala's long guerrilla civil war.
GUATEMALA
RTXIOUA
January 15, 1999
Guatemalan Mayans pray before lit candles to the image of the "Black Christ" inside the Basilica in Esquipulas...
Esquipulas, Guatemala
Guatemalan Mayans pray before lit candles to the image of the "Black Christ" inside the Basilica in .....
Guatemalan Mayans pray before lit candles to the image of the "Black Christ" inside the Basilica in Esquipulas January 15. The image of the "Black Christ" is venerated by Catholics all over Central America in a tradition dating back 400 years. [Pope John Paul II will arrive in Mexico City in one week's time for his fourth visit to Mexico during which he will reach out to all of Latin America's faithful Catholics.]
GUATEMALA
RTXIOU9
January 15, 1999
Guatemalan Maya women are blessed with holy water by a priest outside the Basilica in Esquipulas January...
Esquipulas, Guatemala
Guatemalan Maya women are blessed with holy water by a priest outside the Basilica in Esquipulas Jan.....
Guatemalan Maya women are blessed with holy water by a priest outside the Basilica in Esquipulas January 15. [Pope John Paul II will arrive in Mexico City in one week's time for his fourth visit to Mexico during which he will reach out to all of Latin America's faithful Catholics.]
GUATEMALA
RTXIOU8
January 15, 1999
Guatemalan Catholics carry an effigy of the "Black Christ" through the streets of Esquipulas on the day...
Esquipulas, Guatemala
Guatemalan Catholics carry an effigy of the "Black Christ" through the streets of Esquipulas on the .....
Guatemalan Catholics carry an effigy of the "Black Christ" through the streets of Esquipulas on the day of its veneration January 15. [Pope John Paul II will arrive in Mexico City in one week's time for his fourth visit to Mexico during which he will reach out to all of Latin America's faithful Catholics.]
MENCHU
RTXIO1V
January 06, 1999
Nobel peace laureate Rigoberta Menchu wipes her face during a news conference January 6 after she decided...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Nobel peace laureate Rigoberta Menchu wipes her face during a news conference January 6 after she de.....
Nobel peace laureate Rigoberta Menchu wipes her face during a news conference January 6 after she decided to withdraw from a trial due to serious anomalies in the proceedings under way at the court in Coban January 6. Menchu had accused a military patrol of the slaughter of 13 Mayan Indians in the village of Chaman in 1995.
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