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USA/
RTX4CHZ
December 03, 2007
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Guitarist Scott Ian from the band "Anthrax" performs with...
New York, UNITED STATES
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT
RNPS IMAGES OF THE YEAR 2007 - ENTERTAINMENT - Guitarist Scott Ian from the band "Anthrax" performs with rappers Flavor Flav (R), Chuck D (L) and the band "Public Enemy" during the "Rock The Bells" Festival in New York July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
MALAYSIA-IRAQ/PICKLES
RTR1U4LP
September 22, 2007
A fire and rescue line is seen at a Malaysian diplomat's house in Putrajaya outside Kuala Lumpur in this...
Putrajaya, Malaysia
File photo of a fire and rescue line at a Malaysian diplomat's house in Putrajaya outside Kuala Lumpur...
A fire and rescue line is seen at a Malaysian diplomat's house in Putrajaya outside Kuala Lumpur in this September 14, 2007 file photo. The diplomat has apologised to the Iraqi government after he mistook a box of sweet pickles sent to him as a Ramadan gift by an Iraqi diplomat for anthrax powder, a newspaper said on September 22, 2007. He had received the gift sent to his office on September 13. When he opened the box at his house later that day he only saw white powder. Fearing it might be anthrax powder, he placed the parcel outside his house and called the police. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA)
USA/
RTR1SCAJ
July 28, 2007
Guitarist Scott Ian from the band "Anthrax" performs with rappers Flavor Flav (R) and Chuck D (L) and...
New York, UNITED STATES
Guitarist Scott Ian performs with rappers Flavor Flav and Chuck D during festival in New York
Guitarist Scott Ian from the band "Anthrax" performs with rappers Flavor Flav (R) and Chuck D (L) and the band Public Enemy during the "Rock The Bells" Festival in New York July 28, 2007. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY-SINGAPORE/
RTR1O0AZ
March 28, 2007
A view of a display designed to show materials used to make a package containing anthrax at the Home...
Singapore, Singapore
A view of a display designed to show materials used to make a package containing anthrax at the Home...
A view of a display designed to show materials used to make a package containing anthrax at the Home Team Academy in Singapore, March 28, 2007. The Home Team Academy, opened by the Ministry of Home Affairs in September 2006, houses simulated facilities such as counter-terrorism training stations and is intended to be an internationally recognised centre providing professional training and education on homefront security, safety and law enforcement. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
BRITAIN/ANTHRAX
RTR1N5TU
March 06, 2007
Roofing experts from the U.S. secure a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern...
SMAILHOLM, United Kingdom
Roofing experts secure Anthrax decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland...
Roofing experts from the U.S. secure a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland March 6, 2007. They are part of a team who are currently in the process of decontaminating the village hall which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006 and which resulted in the death of a local man. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/ANTHRAX
RTR1N5TJ
March 06, 2007
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit stands next to a decontamination tent...
SMAILHOLM, United Kingdom
Biological technician stands next to Anthrax decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in...
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit stands next to a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland March 6, 2007. The technician is part of a team who are currently in the process of decontaminating the village hall which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006 and which resulted in the death of a local man. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/ANTHRAX
RTR1N5T7
March 06, 2007
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit climbs up a ladder to inspect a decontamination...
SMAILHOLM, United Kingdom
Biological technician climbs up a ladder to inspect Anthrax decontamination tent covering Smailholm village...
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit climbs up a ladder to inspect a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland March 6, 2007. The technician is part of a team who are currently in the process of decontaminating the village hall which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006 and which resulted in the death of a local man. REUTERS/David Moir(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/ANTHRAX
RTR1N5SU
March 06, 2007
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit walks past a decontamination tent covering...
SMAILHOLM, United Kingdom
Biological technician walks past a Anthrax decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern...
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit walks past a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland March 6, 2007. The technician is part of a team who are currently in the process of decontaminating the village hall which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006 and which resulted in the death of a local man. REUTERS/David Moir(BRITAIN)
BRITAIN/ANTHRAX
RTR1N5SI
March 06, 2007
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit walks past a decontamination tent covering...
SMAILHOLM, United Kingdom
Biological technician walks past a Anthrax decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern...
A biological technician wearing a Level C PAPR protective suit walks past a decontamination tent covering Smailholm village hall in southern Scotland March 6, 2007. The technician is part of a team who are currently in the process of decontaminating the village hall which was the scene of an Anthrax outbreak in July 2006 and which resulted in the death of a local man. REUTERS/David Moir(BRITAIN)
HEALTH CANADA ANTHRAX
RTR1GF9G
August 16, 2006
Don Connell checks on the bison on his quarantined farm near Rose Valley, Saskatchewan August 15, 2006....
ROSE VALLEY, Canada
Don Connell checks on his bison on his quarantined Saskatchewan farm
Don Connell checks on the bison on his quarantined farm near Rose Valley, Saskatchewan August 15, 2006. Twenty-eight of Connell's animals have died from anthrax, an environmental disease, during Canada's biggest anthrax outbreak on record. Picture taken August 15, 2006. REUTERS/Marcy Nicholson (CANADA)
HEALTH CANADA ANTHRAX
RTR1GF9E
August 16, 2006
Don Connell counts bison on his quarantined farm near Rose Valley, Saskatchewan August 15, 2006. Twenty-eight...
ROSE VALLEY, Canada
Don Connell counts bison on his quarantined Saskatchewan farm
Don Connell counts bison on his quarantined farm near Rose Valley, Saskatchewan August 15, 2006. Twenty-eight of Connell's animals have died from anthrax, an environmental disease, during Canada's biggest anthrax outbreak on record. Picture taken August 15, 2006. REUTERS/Marcy Nicholson (CANADA)
SECURITY TIMES
RTR1FI2L
July 14, 2006
A New York Police Department emergency services officer prepares to enter the New York Times Building...
New York, USA
New York Police Department emergency services officer prepares to enter the New York Times Building in...
A New York Police Department emergency services officer prepares to enter the New York Times Building in New York, July 14, 2006. The Times said it had received in its mailroom an envelope containing white powder, raising fears of a possible recurrence of anthrax-tainted letters sent to newsrooms and other offices in late 2001. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY TIMES
RTR1FI24
July 14, 2006
A New York Police Department emergency services vehicle is parked out in front of the New York Times...
New York, USA
A New York Police Department emergency services vehicle is parked out in front of the New York Times...
A New York Police Department emergency services vehicle is parked out in front of the New York Times Building in New York July 14, 2006. The Times said it had received in its mailroom an envelope containing white powder, raising fears of a possible recurrence of anthrax-tainted letters sent to newsrooms and other offices in late 2001. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY TIMES
RTR1FI23
July 14, 2006
New York Police Department emergency services officers enter The New York Times Building in New York...
New York, USA
New York Police Department emergency services officers enter The New York Times Building in New York
New York Police Department emergency services officers enter The New York Times Building in New York July 14, 2006. The Times said it had received in its mailroom an envelope containing white powder, raising fears of a possible recurrence of anthrax-tainted letters sent to newsrooms and other offices in late 2001. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY TIMES
RTR1FI21
July 14, 2006
A New York Police Department emergency services officer enters The New York Times Building in New York...
New York, USA
A New York Police Department emergency services officer enters The New York Times Building in New York...
A New York Police Department emergency services officer enters The New York Times Building in New York July 14, 2006. The Times said it had received in its mailroom an envelope containing white powder, raising fears of a possible recurrence of anthrax-tainted letters sent to newsrooms and other offices in late 2001. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES)
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGYO
May 17, 2006
A face mask hangs from the radio of a Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer who is waiting...
Washington, USA
Face mask hangs from the radio of a Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officer in Washington
A face mask hangs from the radio of a Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer who is waiting to attend to a simulated victim of an Anthrax virus infection during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of the event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGYE
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer (L) is washed down by a Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer is washed down by Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officer during an exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer (L) is washed down by a Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" which simulated an infection of the Anthrax virus outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of this event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGXS
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer (C) is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officers...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officers during exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer (C) is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officers during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" which simulated an infection of the Anthrax virus outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of this event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGXO
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer lies on the ground and waits to be diagnosed during a simulated infection of the...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer waits to be diagnosed during a Pentagon Force Protection Agency full scale bio exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer lies on the ground and waits to be diagnosed during a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus in a full-scale bio-exercise drill by the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of this event called "Gallant Fox 06" is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGX9
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer is carried away during a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus in a full-scale...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer is carried away during a Pentagon Force Protection Agency full scale bio exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer is carried away during a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus in a full-scale bio-exercise drill by the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) outside the Pentagon in Washington May 17, 2006. The purpose of this event called "Gallant Fox 06" is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGWM
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer (C) is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officers...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officers during an exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer (C) is carried away by Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officers during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" which simulated an infection of the Anthrax virus outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of the event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGWE
May 17, 2006
A Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer (C) is washed down after a simulated infection...
Washington, USA
Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officer is washed down after a simulated infection of the Anthrax...
A Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer (C) is washed down after a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of the event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGW9
May 17, 2006
A Red Cross volunteer is carried away by rescue workers during a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus...
Washington, USA
Red Cross volunteer is carried away during a Pentagon Force Protection Agency full scale bio exercise...
A Red Cross volunteer is carried away by rescue workers during a simulated infection of the Anthrax virus in a full-scale bio-exercise drill by the Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of the event called "Gallant Fox 06" is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY PENTAGON DRILL
RTR1DGVG
May 17, 2006
A Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer (R) is washed down after a simulated infection...
Washington, USA
Pentagon Force Protection Agency police officer is washed down after a simulated infection of the Anthrax...
A Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) police officer (R) is washed down after a simulated infection of the Anthrax Virus during a full-scale bio-exercise drill called "Gallant Fox 06" outside the Pentagon in Washington, May 17, 2006. The purpose of the event is to enable PFPA and its federal, state, and local response partners to exercise an integrated public health and public information response to a bio-attack at the Pentagon. REUTERS/Jim Young
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR1BIF2
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Health Commissioner Tom Frieden as he announces one case...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Health Commissioner Frieden at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Health Commissioner Tom Frieden as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR1BIEZ
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York Area for the...
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York Area for the FBI Mark Mershon as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR1BIEQ
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) answers a question as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax,...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg answers a question at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) answers a question as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR1BIEE
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Police Commissioner Ray Kelly as he announces one case...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Police Commissioner Kelly at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Police Commissioner Ray Kelly as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR1BIDG
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg answers questions as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg answers questions at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg answers questions as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR16J88
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg answers questions as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg answers questions at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg answers questions as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR16J85
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Health Commissioner Tom Frieden as he announces one case...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Health Commissioner Frieden at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Health Commissioner Tom Frieden as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR16J83
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York Area for the...
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Assistant Director in Charge of the Greater New York Area for the FBI Mark Mershon as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR16J7Y
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) answers a question as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax,...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg answers a question at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (C) answers a question as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
SECURITY NEWYORK
RTR16J7T
February 22, 2006
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Police Commissioner Ray Kelly as he announces one case...
New York, UNITED STATES
New York Mayor Bloomberg listens to Police Commissioner Kelly at a news conference in New York
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg (R) listens to Police Commissioner Ray Kelly as he announces one case of pulmonary anthrax, contracted from animal skins brought from Africa, at a news conference in New York February 22, 2006. A New York man has been hospitalized after accidentally inhaling anthrax from raw animal skins, city officials said on Wednesday, ruling out terrorism while reviving memories of anthrax attacks in 2001. REUTERS/Chip East
CHINA JAPAN HARBIN
RTR1BL1O
April 24, 2005
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre in China...
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE PICTURE TAKEN APRIL 24, 2005
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93G7
April 24, 2005
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of Harbin. A Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of the north-east Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93FO
April 24, 2005
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin,...
Harbin, China
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in Harbin.
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee ALF/KS
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93ES
April 24, 2005
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin,...
Harbin, China
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south ......
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin, China. The president of the crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre, Wang Peng, points at the ruins in south of Harbin in Heilongjiang province, northeast China, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93E2
April 24, 2005
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese visits the ruins of the live-human frostbite laboratory building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93DK
April 24, 2005
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Harbin, China
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ warfare located in south of Harbin. A Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at an exhibition hall of the historical Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93AZ
April 24, 2005
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Harbin, UK
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
JME
RTR53V4
March 15, 2005
Federal and local HAZMAT response teams enter building shut down for possible HAZMAT cleanup of Defense...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Federal and local HAZMAT response teams enter building shut down for possible HAZMAT cleanup of Defense...
Federal and local HAZMAT response teams enter building shut down for possible HAZMAT cleanup of Defense Department offices. Federal HAZMAT response team agents and local fire officials enter the lobby of a locked-down building containing a Department of Defense mail facility in Bailey's Crossroads, Virginia, March 15, 2005. The building, which houses some Defense Department offices, was shut down after HAZMAT sensors went off in a mailroom and officials became concerned about the possible presence of anthrax. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
INDONESIA ANTHRAX
RTRE79Z
October 26, 2004
Anthrax infected goats are held by owners, prior to be euthanized, and burnt in Babakan village, West...
West Java, Indonesia
Anthrax infected goats are held by owners, prior to be euthanized, and burnt in Babakan village, ...
Anthrax infected goats are held by owners, prior to be euthanized, and burnt in Babakan village, West Java. Anthrax infected goats are held by owners, prior to be euthanized, and burnt in Babakan village, West Java province on October 26, 2004. Villagers burned nine goats suspected of being infected with anthrax on Tuesday after blood tests confirmed anthrax disease caused the death of six people after they consumed mutton from a sick goat, Indonesia's agriculture ministry said on Monday. REUTERS/Dadang Tri REUTERS
INDONESIA ANTHRAX
RTRE78O
October 26, 2004
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department is helped by a villager to burn goats infected...
Jakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department is helped by a villager to burn goats ......
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department is helped by a villager to burn goats infected by Anthrax in West Java. An Indonesian official (R) from the animal husbandry department is helped by a villager to burn goats infected by Anthrax disease in Babakan village in West Java province on October 26, 2004. Villagers burned nine goats suspected of being infected with anthrax on Tuesday after blood tests confirmed anthrax disease caused the death of six people after they consumed mutton from a sick goat, Indonesia's agriculture ministry said on Monday. REUTERS/Dadang Tri
INDONESIA ANTHRAX
RTRE76G
October 26, 2004
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department euthanised a goat infected by Anthrax in...
Jakarta, Indonesia
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department euthanised a goat infected by Anthrax ......
An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department euthanised a goat infected by Anthrax in West Java. An Indonesian official from the animal husbandry department injects a goat infected with anthrax before burning it in Babakan village in West Java province October 26, 2004. Villagers burned nine goats suspected of being infected with anthrax on Tuesday after bloods tests confirmed anthrax disease caused the death of six people after they consumed mutton from a sick goat, Indonesia's agriculture ministry said on Monday. REUTERS/Dadang Tri
INDONESIA ANTHRAX
RTRE75L
October 26, 2004
An Indonesian official is helped by a villager carry a dead goat infected by Anthrax in West Java province....
West Java, Indonesia
An Indonesian official is helped by a villager carry a dead goat infected by Anthrax in West Java ......
An Indonesian official is helped by a villager carry a dead goat infected by Anthrax in West Java province. An Indonesian official (L) from the animal husbandry department is helped by a villager carry a death goat, infected by Anthrax disease, to burn in Babakan village, West Java province on October 26, 2004. Villagers burned nine goats suspected of being infected with anthrax on Tuesday after bloods tests confirmed anthrax disease caused the death of six people after they consumed mutton from a sick goat, Indonesia's agriculture ministry said on Monday. REUTERS/Dadang Tri
INDONESIA ANTHRAX
RTRE394
October 25, 2004
Erna Riyanti, a nine-year old Indonesian girl suspected of being infected with anthrax, lies in the emergency...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Nine-year old Indonesian girl suspected of being infected with anthrax lies in a hospital in Jakarta....
Erna Riyanti, a nine-year old Indonesian girl suspected of being infected with anthrax, lies in the emergency unit of a state hospital in Jakarta October 25, 2004. Blood tests confirmed anthrax caused the death of six people after they consumed mutton from a sick goat, Indonesia's agriculture ministry said on Monday. REUTERS/Dadang Tri en/FA
INDONESIA
RTRDYUW
October 23, 2004
A four month-old boy suspected of being infected by anthrax lies in hospital in Indonesia's hill town...
Cibinong, Indonesia
A four month-old boy suspected of having anthrax in hospital in Bogor.
A four month-old boy suspected of being infected by anthrax lies in hospital in Indonesia's hill town of Bogor south of Jakarta on October 23, 2004. Six people died and eight were taken to hospital after eating goat suspected of having anthrax on Saturday. Anthrax is endemic in Indonesia and sporadic outbreaks have occured in recent years.REUTERS/Dadang Tri DD
INDONESIA
RTRDYUQ
October 23, 2004
A mother kisses her son suspected of being infected by anthrax in Indonesia's hill town of Bogor south...
Cibinong, Indonesia
A mother kisses her son suspected of being infected by anthrax south of Jakarta.
A mother kisses her son suspected of being infected by anthrax in Indonesia's hill town of Bogor south of Jakarta on October 23, 2004. Six people died and eight were taken to hospital after eating goat suspected of having anthrax on Saturday. Anthrax is endemic in Indonesia and sporadic outbreaks have occured in recent years.REUTERS/Dadang Tri DD/TW
IRAQ
RTRBHMS
September 22, 2004
In this 2002 file picture Doctor Huda Ammash, known as "Mrs Anthrax" speaks to the press in Baghdad....
Baghdad
File picture of Dr. Huda Ammash.
In this 2002 file picture Doctor Huda Ammash, known as "Mrs Anthrax" speaks to the press in Baghdad. U.S. forces hold two female Iraqi prisoners-Rihab Taha and Huda Ammash, dubbed "Dr Germ" and "Mrs Anthrax and they will not be released imminently, the U.S. embassy in Baghdad said on September 22, 2004. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz OP/JV
IRAQ
RTRBHMA
September 22, 2004
In this 2002 file picture Doctor Huda Ammash, known as "Mrs Anthrax" speaks to the press in Baghdad....
Baghdad
File picture of Dr. Huda Ammash.
In this 2002 file picture Doctor Huda Ammash, known as "Mrs Anthrax" speaks to the press in Baghdad. U.S. forces hold two female Iraqi prisoners-Rihab Taha and Huda Ammash, dubbed "Dr Germ" and "Mrs Anthrax and they will not be released imminently, the U.S. embassy in Baghdad said on September 22, 2004. REUTERS/Ceerwan Aziz OP/JV
COLOMBO
RTR15ACI
August 11, 2004
Motorists drive past the U.S. embassy in Colombo Sri Lanka on August 11, 2004. A laboratory in Sri Lanka...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Motorists drive past the U.S. embassy in Colombo Sri Lanka.
Motorists drive past the U.S. embassy in Colombo Sri Lanka on August 11, 2004. A laboratory in Sri Lanka conducted tests for anthrax on Wednesday, a day after the U.S. embassy in the capital received a letter containing a suspicious white powder, forcing the mission to close indefinitely. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi AL/TW
SECURITY RICIN
RTRBWRQ
February 04, 2004
Officials dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol...
Washington, United States of America
OFFICIALS OUTSIDE SENATE BUILDING BEFORE SEARCH FOR CONTAMINATED MAIL IN WASHINGTON.
Officials dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retreive mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/GN
SECURITY RICIN
RTRBWQV
February 04, 2004
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill,...
Washington, United States of America
US MARINES ENTER SENATE BUILDING TO SEARCH FOR CONTAMINATED MAIL IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retrieve mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst LSD/GN/HB
SECURITY RICIN
RTRBWQP
February 04, 2004
Officials dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol...
Washington, United States of America
OFFICIALS OUTSIDE SENATE BUILDING BEFORE SEARCHING FOR CONTAMINATED MAIL IN WASHINGTON.
Officials dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retreive mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/GN
SECURITY RICIN
RTRBWQH
February 04, 2004
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on...
Washington, United States of America
US MARINES IN PROTECTIVE SUITS OUTSIDE THE SENATE BUILDING IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retreive mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst LSD/GN
CAPITOL RICIN
RTRBWQ6
February 04, 2004
U.S. Marines control the area as unidentified civilians dressed in protective suits prepare to enter...
Washington, United States of America
OFFICIALS PREPARE TO ENTER SENATE BUILDING TO SEARCH FOR CONTAMINATED MAIL IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Marines control the area as unidentified civilians dressed in protective suits prepare to enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retreive mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst LSD/GN
SECURITY RICIN
RTRBWPN
February 04, 2004
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill,...
Washington, United States of America
US MARINES ENTER SENATE BUILDING TO SEARCH FOR CONTAMINATED MAIL IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Marines dressed in protective suits enter the closed Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, to retreive mail that could be contaminated, February 4, 2004. Two days after the discovery of ricin in the mailroom of Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, three Senate office buildings remained closed on Wednesday, displacing thousands of workers and raising echoes of a 2001 anthrax attack on the Capitol. No more ricin has so far been detected in the Capitol complex and no one is showing any signs of poisoning. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/GN
SECURITY CAPITOL
RTRBTE5
February 03, 2004
Chief of U.S. Capitol Police Terrance Gainer talks during a news conference to discuss the intentional...
Washington, United States of America
CHIEF OF CAPITOL HILL POLICE ADDRESSES CAPITOL HILL PRESS CONFERENCE.
Chief of U.S. Capitol Police Terrance Gainer talks during a news conference to discuss the intentional exposing of Capitol Hill employees to a powdery substance found yesterday in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill, February 3, 2004. U.S. Senate hearings were disrupted on Tuesday after the powder which initially tested positive for the poison ricin was found in a congressional mailroom, stirring memories of a deadly 2001 anthrax attack. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD
SECURITY CAPITOL
RTRBT31
February 03, 2004
U.S. Capitol Police close off a hallway in the Capitol building while conducting a search in Washington...
Washington, United States of America
POLICE CLOSE OFF HALLWAY INSIDE THE CAPITOL BUILDINGTO CONDUCT SEARCH IN WASHINGTON.
U.S. Capitol Police close off a hallway in the Capitol building while conducting a search in Washington February 3, 2004. U.S. Senate hearings were disrupted on Tuesday after a powder which initially tested positive for the poison ricin was found in a congressional mailroom, stirring memories of a deadly 2001 anthrax attack. A government official said the incident bore the hallmarks of a domestic criminal action, not a terror attack. REUTERS/Larry Downing LSD/GN
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