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WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where her family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where her family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala...
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where her family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
A young girl who survived last year's deadly mudslide takes part in a vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A young girl who survived last year's deadly mudslide takes part in a vigil in Panabaj
A young girl who survived last year's deadly mudslide takes part in a vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where his family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where his family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala...
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide cries at the spot where his family was lost in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
RTR1I1IC
October 05, 2006
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of last year's deadly mudslide take part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide takes part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide takes part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide takes part in an early morning vigil in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER GUATEMALA
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October 05, 2006
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide is comforted by a relative as he cries before the graves of...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide is comforted by a relative as he cries before the graves of...
A survivor of last year's deadly mudslide is comforted by a relative as he cries before the graves of loved ones in Panabaj, Guatemala October 5, 2006. At 4 a.m., the time the mudslide began a year ago on Thursday, a memorial procession passed a cemetery and then marked the disaster at Panabaj, declared a mass grave because rescue workers could not dig out most of the victims. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 22, 2006
Children use the playground, located behind temporary housing used by those left homeless by last year's...
Panabaj, Guatemala
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Children use the playground, located behind temporary housing used by those left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 22, 2006
Reconstruction continues at the site of last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane Stan in the small...
Panabaj, Guatemala
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Reconstruction continues at the site of last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane Stan in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 22, 2006
A man tends chickens bought with reconstruction money donated to the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
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A man tends chickens bought with reconstruction money donated to the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006, after last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane Stan. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA
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June 21, 2006
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A construction worker builds a home near the site of last year's deadly mudslide,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
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A construction worker builds a home near the site of last year's deadly mudsl.....
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A construction worker builds a home near the site of last year's deadly mudslide, caused by Hurricane Stan, in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season.
GUATEMALA
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June 21, 2006
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A woman and her daughter, left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, prepare...
Panabaj, Guatemala
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A woman and her daughter, left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, prepa.....
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A woman and her daughter, left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, prepare breakfast outside their temporary housing in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. [Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season.]
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 21, 2006
A villager weaves bracelets in his temporary home near Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006, where villagers...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A villager weaves bracelets in his temporary home near Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006, where villagers are trying to rebuild their lives after last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane Stan. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 21, 2006
A villager passes the site of last year's deadly mudslide, caused by Hurricane Stan, in the small town...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A villager passes the site of last year's deadly mudslide, caused by Hurricane Stan, in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 21, 2006
A young child, whose family was left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, carries her sister at a...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A young child, whose family was left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, carries her sister at a temporary housing complex in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair/Files (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 21, 2006
A villager passes one of hundreds of homes destroyed by last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A villager passes one of hundreds of homes destroyed by last year's deadly mudslide caused by Hurricane Stan in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
RTR1EQ0Q
June 21, 2006
A construction worker builds a home near the site of last year's deadly mudslide, caused by Hurricane...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A construction worker builds a home near the site of last year's deadly mudslide, caused by Hurricane Stan, in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair/Files (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER CENTAM
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June 21, 2006
A woman and her daughter, left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, prepare breakfast outside their...
Panabaj, Guatemala
To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM
A woman and her daughter, left homeless by last year's Hurricane Stan, prepare breakfast outside their temporary housing in the small town of Panabaj, Guatemala, May 15, 2006. Panabaj and villages like it across Central America and southern Mexico are still in ruins from last year's devastating Hurricane Stan and the dirt-poor, natural disaster-prone region is not prepared for what could be another killer storm season. To match feature WEATHER-CENTAM REUTERS/Daniel LeClair/Files (GUATEMALA)
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
A Guatemalan indigenous woman holds her baby inside a Catholic church housing villagers left homeless...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Guatemalan indigenous woman holds baby inside Catholic church housing villagers left homeless by deadly...
A Guatemalan indigenous woman holds her baby inside a Catholic church housing villagers left homeless by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 11, 2005. President Oscar Berger announced in a visit to the disaster site on Tuesday that the search for bodies was over and said Panabaj would be a symbol of reconstruction in the country devastated by rain and mudslides. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
A Guatemalan indigenous woman passes statues of saints inside a Catholic church housing villagers left...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Guatemalan indigenous woman passes statues of saints inside a Catholic church housing villagers left...
A Guatemalan indigenous woman passes statues of saints inside a Catholic church housing villagers left homeless by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 11, 2005. President Oscar Berger announced in a visit to the disaster site on Tuesday that the search for bodies was over and said Panabaj would be a symbol of reconstruction in the country devastated by rain and mudslides. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger's helicopter lands in the town square in Panabaj in Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Helicopter of Guatemalan President Berger lands in the town square in Panabaj
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger's helicopter lands in the town square in Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger promised to rebuild the village ravaged by last week's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 Maya Indians were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu (C) visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu visits the site of mudslide in Panabaj
Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu (C) visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger promised to rebuild the village ravaged by last week's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 Maya Indians were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
Guatemala's president Oscar Berger visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October 11,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger visits the site of mudslide in Panabaj
Guatemala's president Oscar Berger visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger promised to rebuild the village ravaged by last week's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 Maya Indians were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
Guatemala's president Oscar Berger (C) visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger visits the site of mudslide in Panabaj
Guatemala's president Oscar Berger (C) visits the site of a mudslide in Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger promised to rebuild the village ravaged by last week's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 Maya Indians were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 11, 2005
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger (L) addresses villagers of Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Guatemalan President Berger addresses villagers of Panabaj in Guatemala
Guatemalan President Oscar Berger (L) addresses villagers of Panabaj in Guatemala October 11, 2005. Berger promised to rebuild the village ravaged by last week's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 Maya Indians were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE6
October 10, 2005
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panab.....
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village.
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE5
October 10, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, .....
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village.
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE4
October 10, 2005
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescue.....
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave.
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE3
October 10, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, .....
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village.
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE2
October 10, 2005
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj.....
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains linked to Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village.
GUATEMALA
RTXNVE1
October 10, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj.....
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village.
WEATHER STAN SISTERS
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October 10, 2005
Rosa Quicain (L), 20, talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Rosa Quicain talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj
Rosa Quicain (L), 20, talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj, Guatemala October 10, 2005. A mudslide that killed up to 1,400 people ripped through Quicain's house last Wednesday. In her family only she and her sister Elena survived. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN SISTERS
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October 10, 2005
Rosa Quicain (L), 20, talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Rosa Quicain talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj
Rosa Quicain (L), 20, talks to a friend as she recovers from a near death experience in Panabaj, Guatemala October 10, 2005. A mudslide that killed up to 1,400 people ripped through Quicain's house last Wednesday. In her family only she and her sister Elena survived. Picture taken October 10, 2005. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 10, 2005
Children react to a helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in the town square in the village...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Children react to helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in town square in Panabaj Guatemala
Children react to a helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in the town square in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 10, 2005
Survivors of a deadly mudslide gather around donated shoes at a shelter in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Survivors of a deadly mudslide gather around donated shoes at a shelter in Panabaj Guatemala
Survivors of a deadly mudslide gather around donated shoes at a shelter in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
RTR195O0
October 10, 2005
Children react to a helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in the town square in the village...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Children react to helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in town square in Panabaj Guatemala
Children react to a helicopter loaded with relief supplies landing in the town square in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 10, 2005
Villagers wait for a helicopter loaded with relief supplies to land in the town square in the village...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers wait for a helicopter loaded with relief supplies to land in Panabaj Guatemala
Villagers wait for a helicopter loaded with relief supplies to land in the town square in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 10, 2005
A helicopter loaded with relief supplies lands in the town square in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A helicopter loaded with relief supplies lands in the town square in Panabaj Guatemala
A helicopter loaded with relief supplies lands in the town square in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 10, 2005
A volunteer unloads relief supplies after a helicopter lands in the town square in village of Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A volunteer unloads relief supplies after a helicopter lands in the town square in Panabaj Guatemala
A volunteer unloads relief supplies after a helicopter lands in the town square in village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 10, 2005. Shipments of food landed throughout the day bringing relief to hundreds of survivors of last Tuesday's deadly mudslide where up to 1,400 people were killed. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
RTR19304
October 09, 2005
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighter uses sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains linked to Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighters use sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in the village of Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in Panabaj Guatemala
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala, October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by the slide in the village that was likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
A reporter tries to free himself from mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Reporter tries to free himself from mud left by deadly mudslide in Guatemala's Panabaj village
A reporter tries to free himself from mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Villagers help a reporter free himself from mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers help reporter free himself from mud left by deadly mudslide in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Villagers help a reporter free himself from mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192XT
October 09, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighters use sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192XP
October 09, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighters use sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192XK
October 09, 2005
A villager helps a reporter (R) free himself from the mud left by a deadly landslide in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villager helps reporter free himself from the mud left by deadly landslide in Guatemala's Panabaj village...
A villager helps a reporter (R) free himself from the mud left by a deadly landslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192WW
October 09, 2005
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighter uses sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
A Spanish member of United Firefighters uses a sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192WK
October 09, 2005
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Spanish firefighters use sniffer dog to search for mudslide survivors in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Spanish members of United Firefighters use a sniffer dog to look for mudslide survivors in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. The firefighters were unable to find signs of life at the site, where up to 1,400 Maya Indians died when rains triggered by Hurricane Stan caused tons of mud and rocks to rip through the village. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192WG
October 09, 2005
Villagers walk through mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers walk through mud left by a deadly mudslide in Guatemala's Panabaj village
Villagers walk through mud left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
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October 09, 2005
A young girl carries a pair of men's shoes as she walks among destruction left by a deadly mudslide in...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Girl walks among destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Guatemala's Panabaj village
A young girl carries a pair of men's shoes as she walks among destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Local volunteers unload relief supplies for victims of a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Local volunteers unload relief supplies for victims of a deadly mudslide in Panabaj
Local volunteers unload relief supplies for victims of a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
A woman stands among the destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005....
Panabaj, Guatemala
A woman stands among the destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj
A woman stands among the destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
A villager carries a sack of dried corn as he passes a destroyed house in Panabaj, Guatemala October...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villager carries sack of dried corn as he passes destroyed house in Guatemala's Panabaj village
A villager carries a sack of dried corn as he passes a destroyed house in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. A Guatemalan village buried under tons of dirt and debris may be declared a Mayan mass grave as rescuers give up digging for the remains of up to 1,400 people killed in a mudslide triggered by Hurricane Stan. The Mayan Indian village of Panabaj is covered in a quagmire up to 40 feet (12metres) deep in places. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
RTR192UI
October 09, 2005
Villagers carrying recovered belongings pass a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers carrying recovered belongings pass a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj
Villagers carrying recovered belongings pass a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj
A woman walks past a house buried by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in the village of Panabaj,...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in Panabaj
Villagers salvage what they can from a building destroyed by a massive mudslide in the village of Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by the slide in the village that was likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
Villagers cut tree trunks into boards for building houses in an effort coordinated by a local carpenter...
Panabaj, Guatemala
Villagers cut tree trunks into boards for building houses in Panabaj Guatemala
Villagers cut tree trunks into boards for building houses in an effort coordinated by a local carpenter October 9, 2005 in Panabaj, Guatemala. Hundreds of homes were destroyed on Tuesday when heavy rains from Hurricane Stan caused a massive landslide. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by a landslide in a Guatemalan village that was likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair
WEATHER STAN
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October 09, 2005
A woman carries a chicken while looking for personal items among the destruction left by a deadly mudslide...
Panabaj, Guatemala
A woman carries a chicken while looking for personal items in Panabaj
A woman carries a chicken while looking for personal items among the destruction left by a deadly mudslide in Panabaj, Guatemala October 9, 2005. Rescuers with hand tools struggled on Sunday to find the remains of up to 1,400 Maya Indians killed by the landslide on Tuesday in the Guatemalan village that is likely to be left as a muddy mass grave. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar
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