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YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX27T4J
February 20, 2016
A pro-government government tribal fighter carries his weapon as he walks in Fardhat Nahm area, which...
Marib, Yemen
Pro-government government tribal fighter carries his weapon as he walks in Fardhat Nahm area, which has...
A pro-government government tribal fighter carries his weapon as he walks in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the army from Houthi rebels around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX27T4G
February 20, 2016
Pro-government army soldiers and tribal fighters walk in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken...
Marib, Yemen
Pro-government army soldiers and tribal fighters walk in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken...
Pro-government army soldiers and tribal fighters walk in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the army from Houthi rebels, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX27T4B
February 20, 2016
A pro-government tribal fighter walks past a destroyed vehicle on the side of a road in Fardhat Nahm...
Marib, Yemen
Pro-government tribal fighter walks past a destroyed vehicle on the side of a road in Fardhat Nahm area,...
A pro-government tribal fighter walks past a destroyed vehicle on the side of a road in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the army from Houthi rebels, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX27T49
February 20, 2016
Pro-government army soldiers walk on a road in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the...
Marib, Yemen
Pro-government army soldiers walk on a road in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the...
Pro-government army soldiers walk on a road in Fardhat Nahm area, which has recently been taken by the army from Houthi rebels, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 20, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX26HSB
February 11, 2016
A pro-government army soldier carries Yemen's national flag as he walks at the strategic Fardhat Nahm...
Marib, Yemen
A pro-government army soldier carries Yemen's national flag as he walks at the strategic Fardhat Nahm...
A pro-government army soldier carries Yemen's national flag as he walks at the strategic Fardhat Nahm military camp, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
YEMEN-SECURITY/
RTX26HSA
February 11, 2016
Pro-government army soldiers walk at the strategic Fardhat Nahm military camp, around 60km (40 miles)...
Marib, Yemen
Pro-government army soldiers walk at the strategic Fardhat Nahm military camp, around 60km (40 miles)...
Pro-government army soldiers walk at the strategic Fardhat Nahm military camp, around 60km (40 miles) from Yemen's capital Sanaa, February 11, 2016. REUTERS/Ali Owidha
GUATEMALA-VOLCANO/
RTR4ONIY
February 08, 2015
People walk near a car covered with ash in town of Antigua, on the outskirts of Guatemala City, February...
Antigua, Guatemala
People walk near a car covered with ash in town of Antigua, on the outskirts of Guatemala City
People walk near a car covered with ash in town of Antigua, on the outskirts of Guatemala City, February 7, 2015. Guatemala's Fuego volcano belched black ash into the sky on Saturday, causing the government to evacuate 100 nearby residents and forcing the closure of the capital's international airport, President Otto Perez told reporters.The volcano, about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of the capital, forced the cancellation of several flights as Guatemala's main airport shut down and workers sought to clear the runways of ash. REUTERS/Josue Decavele (GUATEMALA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HE9C
December 10, 2014
Australian Aboriginal hunter Marcus Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people, carries an Australian native lizard...
Darwin, Australia
Australian Aboriginal hunter Marcus Gaykamangu carries an Australian native lizard called a goanna over...
Australian Aboriginal hunter Marcus Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people, carries an Australian native lizard called a goanna over his shoulder as he walks away from a billabong near the 'out station' of Yathalamarra, located on the outksirts of the community of Ramingining in East Arnhem Land November 22, 2014. The Arnhem Land reserve, closer to Bali than Sydney, covers an area of around 97,000 sq kms (37,000 sq miles), has a population of around 16,000 and access for non-Aborigines is by invitation only. Australia's aborigines are the custodians of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth, having migrated Down Under from Africa via Asia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago, and connection to the land is practically written into their DNA. REUTERS/David Gray AUSTRALIA - Tags (ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HE88
December 10, 2014
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people walks across a billabong while hunting...
Darwin, Australia
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu walks across a billabong while hunting a crocodile near the...
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people walks across a billabong while hunting a crocodile near the 'out station' of Yathalamarra, located on the outksirts of the community of Ramingining in East Arnhem Land November 22, 2014. The Arnhem Land reserve, closer to Bali than Sydney, covers an area of around 97,000 sq kms (37,000 sq miles), has a population of around 16,000 and access for non-Aborigines is by invitation only. Australia's aborigines are the custodians of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth, having migrated Down Under from Africa via Asia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago, and connection to the land is practically written into their DNA. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HE84
December 10, 2014
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people carries a shotgun over his shoulder...
Darwin, Australia
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu carries a shotgun over his shoulder as he walks through a...
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people carries a shotgun over his shoulder as he walks through a native paperbark tree forest near the 'out station' of Yathalamarra, located on the outksirts of the community of Ramingining in East Arnhem Land November 22, 2014. The Arnhem Land reserve, closer to Bali than Sydney, covers an area of around 97,000 sq kms (37,000 sq miles), has a population of around 16,000 and access for non-Aborigines is by invitation only. Australia's aborigines are the custodians of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth, having migrated Down Under from Africa via Asia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago, and connection to the land is practically written into their DNA. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HE7Y
December 10, 2014
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people carries a shotgun over his shoulder...
Darwin, Australia
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu carries a shotgun over his shoulder as he walks through a...
Australian Aboriginal hunter Roy Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people carries a shotgun over his shoulder as he walks through a native paperbark tree forest near the 'out station' of Yathalamarra, located on the outksirts of the community of Ramingining in East Arnhem Land November 22, 2014. The Arnhem Land reserve, closer to Bali than Sydney, covers an area of around 97,000 sq kms (37,000 sq miles), has a population of around 16,000 and access for non-Aborigines is by invitation only. Australia's aborigines are the custodians of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth, having migrated Down Under from Africa via Asia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago, and connection to the land is practically written into their DNA. REUTERS/David Gray AUSTRALIA - Tags (ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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AUSTRALIA-ABORIGINES/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4HE7M
December 10, 2014
Australian Aboriginal hunter Robert Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people walks slowly while carrying a shotgun...
Darwin, Australia
Australian Aboriginal hunter Robert Gaykamangu walks slowly while carrying a shotgun hunting Magpie Geese...
Australian Aboriginal hunter Robert Gaykamangu of the Yolngu people walks slowly while carrying a shotgun hunting Magpie Geese in a billabong near the 'out station' of Ngangalala, located on the outksirts of the community of Ramingining in East Arnhem Land November 25, 2014. The Arnhem Land reserve, closer to Bali than Sydney, covers an area of around 97,000 sq kms (37,000 sq miles), has a population of around 16,000 and access for non-Aborigines is by invitation only. Australia's aborigines are the custodians of the longest unbroken cultural tradition on earth, having migrated Down Under from Africa via Asia between 40,000 and 60,000 years ago, and connection to the land is practically written into their DNA. REUTERS/David Gray AUSTRALIA - Tags (ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)

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NEPAL-HIKERS/
RTR4ANET
October 18, 2014
An Israeli (C) survivor from the blizzard with frostbitten hands walks out from the hospital after being...
Kathmandu, Nepal
An Israeli survivor from the blizzard with frostbitten hands walks out from the hospital after being...
An Israeli (C) survivor from the blizzard with frostbitten hands walks out from the hospital after being discharged in Kathmandu October 18, 2014. Nepali troops on Saturday searched rugged snow-covered Himalayan terrain in their most intensive effort to find any remaining survivors of a blizzard that killed 30 people and injured 175 in one of the country's worst mountain disasters. More than 40 people are still missing after unseasonal weather in peak trekking season unleashed avalanches on the 240-km (150-mile) route around Annapurna, the world's 10th-tallest peak, which takes enthusiasts three weeks to finish. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar (NEPAL - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY SPORT TRAVEL)
JAPAN-TYPHOON/
RTR4A1U8
October 14, 2014
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows a woman's hair across her face as she walks on...
Tokyo, Japan
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows a woman's hair across her face as she walks on...
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows a woman's hair across her face as she walks on a street in Tokyo October 14, 2014. A large storm was heading off Japan's northeast coast early Tuesday, leaving one person dead, two missing and 93 injured even as it weakened sharply from what had been the strongest typhoon to hit Japan this year. Vongfong, downgraded to a tropical storm, was moving northeast at 65 km per hour (40 miles per hour), heading off the coast of the Tohoku region devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
JAPAN-TYPHOON/
RTR4A1U1
October 14, 2014
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows through women's hair as they walk on a street in...
Tokyo, Japan
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows through women's hair as they walk on a street in...
A strong wind caused by tropical storm Vongfong blows through women's hair as they walk on a street in Tokyo October 14, 2014. A large storm was heading off Japan's northeast coast early Tuesday, leaving one person dead, two missing and 93 injured even as it weakened sharply from what had been the strongest typhoon to hit Japan this year. Vongfong, downgraded to a tropical storm, was moving northeast at 65 km per hour (40 miles per hour), heading off the coast of the Tohoku region devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, according to the Japan Meteorological Agency. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/
RTR3XJR2
July 08, 2014
A Palestinian walks atop the rubble of a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strikes...
Gaza City, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian walks atop the rubble of a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strikes...
A Palestinian walks atop the rubble of a house which police said was destroyed in an Israeli air strikes in Gaza City July 8, 2014. Israel launched an aerial offensive in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, bombing more than 30 targets including homes and calling it part of a campaign named "Operation Protective Edge" targeting Hamas Islamist militants firing rockets at the Jewish state. The military urged Israelis within a 40-km (24-mile) radius of the southern coastal territory to stay within reach of protected areas and ordered summer camps shut as a precaution against rocket fire. Palestinian officials said Israel bombed more than 30 targets in little more than an hour before dawn, including two homes in southern Gaza, one of which was identified by a neighbour as belonging to a Hamas member. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
IRAQ/
RTR3LK8W
April 16, 2014
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in...
Babil, Iraq
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in...
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Jurf al-Sakhar, 60 km (40 miles) from the capital April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
IRAQ/
RTR3LK8V
April 16, 2014
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in...
Babil, Iraq
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in...
Iraqi security forces walk with their weapons during clashes with the al Qaeda-linked Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Jurf al-Sakhar, 60 km (40 miles) from the capital April 16, 2014. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
IRAQ-VIOLENCE/
RTX198OW
February 21, 2014
People walk past a building at the site of a mortar attack in Mussayab, 60km (40 miles) south of the...
Mussayab, Iraq
People walk past a building at the site of a mortar attack in Mussayab
People walk past a building at the site of a mortar attack in Mussayab, 60km (40 miles) south of the capital Baghdad, February 21, 2014. At least 20 people were killed in Iraq when three mortar rounds struck a crowded market in a mainly Shi'ite Muslim town of Mussayab on Thursday evening, police and medics said. REUTERS/Ahmed Saad (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT) )
IRAQ-VIOLENCE/
RTX17MZE
January 20, 2014
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm,...
EIN TAMARM, Iraq
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm...
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm, a town some 40 km (25 miles) west of Kerbala, January 20, 2014. Al Qaeda militants and their local allies seized control of Falluja and parts of Ramadi on Jan. 1, exploiting resentment among minority Sunnis against the government for policies perceived as unfairly penalising their once-dominant community. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT)
IRAQ-QAEDA/
RTX174Z5
January 07, 2014
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm,...
EIN TAMARM, Iraq
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm...
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi cities of Falluja and Ramadi walk at a checkpoint in Ein Tamarm, a town some 40 km (25 miles) west of Kerbala, January 6, 2014. Families fled violence in Falluja and Ramadi with many arriving in the predominantly Shi'ite town of Kerbala, 86 km (53 miles) south of Falluja. Iraq's prime minister urged people in the besieged city of Falluja on Monday to drive out al Qaeda-linked insurgents to preempt a military offensive that officials said could be launched within days. Picture taken January 6, 2014. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS CONFLICT)
IRAQ/
RTX16QO0
December 21, 2013
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony,...
Kerbala, Iraq
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony, at the outskirts of Kerbala, about 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Baghdad December 21, 2013. Arbain, which falls on December 23 and 24, 2013, commemorates the end of the 40-day mourning period since Ashura, which marks the death of Prophet Mohammad's grandson Imam Hussein. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: RELIGION)
IRAQ/
RTX16QNV
December 21, 2013
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony,...
Kerbala, Iraq
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony
Iraqi Shi'ite Muslim pilgrims walk to the holy city of Kerbala to participate in the Arbain ceremony, at the outskirts of Kerbala, about 80 km (50 miles) southwest of Baghdad, December 21, 2013. Arbain, which falls on December 23 and 24, 2013, commemorates the end of the 40-day mourning period since Ashura, which marks the death of Prophet Mohammad's grandson Imam Hussein. REUTERS/Mushtaq Muhammed (IRAQ - Tags: RELIGION)
ISRAEL/
RTX15W68
November 28, 2013
A ground crew member walks past an Israeli F-16 fighter jet at Ovda airbase, some 40 km (25 miles) north...
Ovda, Israel
A ground crew member walks past an Israeli F-16 fighter jet at Ovda airbase during the Blue Flag drill...
A ground crew member walks past an Israeli F-16 fighter jet at Ovda airbase, some 40 km (25 miles) north of Eilat, during the Blue Flag drill November 25, 2013. The Blue Flag drill is a two-week multilateral air force drill with air forces of Israel, the United States, Greece and Italy. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT MILITARY)
ISRAEL/
RTX15SRK
November 25, 2013
A ground crew member walks near an Israeli F-16 fighter jet after it landed at Ovda airbase, some 40...
Ovda, Israel
A ground crew member walks near an Israeli F-16 fighter jet after it landed at Ovda airbase during the...
A ground crew member walks near an Israeli F-16 fighter jet after it landed at Ovda airbase, some 40 km (25 miles) north of Eilat, during the Blue Flag drill November 25, 2013. The Blue Flag drill is a two-week multilateral air force drill with air forces of Israel, the United States, Greece and Italy. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: TRANSPORT MILITARY)
KOREA-NORTH/ABDUCTEES
RTX15KQB
November 19, 2013
Ok Chul-soon, 82, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans and captain of Jeon's fishing boat,...
Geoje, South Korea
Ok Chul-soon, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans, walks along an alley at Nongso village...
Ok Chul-soon, 82, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans and captain of Jeon's fishing boat, takes a walk along an alley at Nongso village in Geoje, about 470 km (292 miles) southeast of Seoul October 29, 2013. The recent return of a South Korean fisherman abducted by North Korea more than 40 years ago has reopened wounds in a small island village that lost 17 other men in a Cold War conflict that still simmers today. Jeon Wook-pyo, who returned to South Korea in September after escaping from the North through China, has since paid a brief visit to Nongso - a remote outpost of around 170 people on the southern island of Geoje, about five hours drive from Seoul - but he won't be settling back there. Picture taken October 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
KOREA-NORTH/ABDUCTEES
RTX15KPB
November 19, 2013
Ok Chul-soon, 82, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans and the captain of Jeon's fishing...
Geoje, South Korea
Ok Chul-soon, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans, takes walks along alley at Nongso...
Ok Chul-soon, 82, whose husband was abducted in 1972 by North Koreans and the captain of Jeon's fishing boat, takes a walk along an alley at Nongso village in Geoje, about 470 km (292 miles) southeast of Seoul October 29, 2013. The recent return of a South Korean fisherman abducted by North Korea more than 40 years ago has reopened wounds in a small island village that lost 17 other men in a Cold War conflict that still simmers today. Jeon Wook-pyo, who returned to South Korea in September after escaping from the North through China, has since paid a brief visit to Nongso - a remote outpost of around 170 people on the southern island of Geoje, about five hours drive from Seoul - but he won't be settling back there. Ok Chul-soon's husband skippered one of two fishing boats that were seized with all hands, including Jeon, by North Korean patrol boats near disputed waters in December 1972. Picture taken October 29, 2013. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
SWITZERLAND/
RTX13QHE
September 18, 2013
Journalists walk past Castor nuclear waste containers (Cask for Storage and Transport of Radioactive...
WUERENLINGEN, Switzerland
Journalists walk past Castor nuclear waste containers during their visit to the ZWILAG interim storage...
Journalists walk past Castor nuclear waste containers (Cask for Storage and Transport of Radioactive material) during their visit to the ZWILAG interim storage facility for radioactive waste in the Swiss village of Wuerenlingen, about 40 km (24 miles) northwest of Zurich, September 18, 2013. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
SWITZERLAND/
RTX13QHA
September 18, 2013
Journalists walk in front of a Castor nuclear waste container (Cask for Storage and Transport of Radioactive...
WUERENLINGEN, Switzerland
walk in front of a Castor nuclear waste container during their visit to the ZWILAG interim storage facility...
Journalists walk in front of a Castor nuclear waste container (Cask for Storage and Transport of Radioactive material) during their visit to the ZWILAG interim storage facility for radioactive waste in the Swiss village of Wuerenlingen, about 40 km (24 miles) northwest of Zurich, September 18, 2013. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann (SWITZERLAND - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
GUATEMALA-BUSCRASH/
RTX13GU4
September 11, 2013
A woman walks during a funeral for the victims who died in a bus crash on September 9, at the cemetery...
Guatemala, Guatemala
A woman walks during a funeral for the victims who died in a bus crash on September 9, at the cemetery...
A woman walks during a funeral for the victims who died in a bus crash on September 9, at the cemetery of San Martin Jilotepeque, in the Chimaltenango region, 65km (40 miles) from Guatemala City, September 10, 2013. At least 43 people were killed and dozens injured on Monday when a bus went off a cliff on a hairpin bend in rural Guatemala, tumbling some 200 meters (660 feet) into a river at the bottom of a ravine, officials said. Rescue workers said the bus, which plunged off of a paved highway about 60 km (37 miles) northwest of Guatemala City, was destroyed and more than 40 people were taken to hospitals for treatment. Investigators do not yet know what caused the crash or what was the final destination of the bus, which was travelling south toward Guatemala City. Rescue workers said conditions were dry and mostly sunny and that the bus was likely over capacity. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/
RTX12UVW
August 24, 2013
A farmer walks between rice paddies in Iwaki, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima...
Iwaki, Japan
A farmer walks between rice paddies in Iwaki, south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear...
A farmer walks between rice paddies in Iwaki, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture August 24, 2013. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENERGY DISASTER POLITICS BUSINESS)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/
RTX12U2H
August 23, 2013
A man walks at the empty Yotsukura municipal beach in Iwaki, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the tsunami-crippled...
Iwaki, Japan
A man walks at the empty Yotsukura municipal beach in Iwaki
A man walks at the empty Yotsukura municipal beach in Iwaki, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, Fukushima prefecture August 23, 2013. Iwaki city opened the Yotsukura beach this summer from July 15 to August 18 for the first time since the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster that triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster in 25 years. Close to 14,000 people visited the beach this summer, a drop from 101,000 visitors in 2010 before the disaster, according to the Iwaki city government office. The operator of Japan's wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant was careless in monitoring tanks storing dangerously radioactive water, the nuclear regulator said on Friday, the latest development in a crisis no one seems to know how to contain. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENERGY DISASTER POLITICS)
JAPAN-FUKUSHIMA/LEAK
RTX12TVR
August 23, 2013
A surfer walking on the empty Yotsukura municipal beach is seen through a makeshift lifeguard's watchtower...
Iwaki, Japan
A surfer walking on the empty Yotsukura municipal beach is seen through a makeshift lifeguard's watchtower...
A surfer walking on the empty Yotsukura municipal beach is seen through a makeshift lifeguard's watchtower in Iwaki, about 40 km (25 miles) south of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Fukushima prefecture August 23, 2013. Iwaki city opened the Yotsukura beach this summer season for the first time since the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami disaster that triggered the world's worst nuclear disaster in 25 years. Close to 14,000 people visited the beach in summer 2013, a drop from 101,000 visitors in 2010 before the disaster, according to the Iwaki city government office. The operator of Japan's crippled Fukushima nuclear plant said on Thursday new spots of high radiation had been found near storage tanks holding highly contaminated water, raising fear of fresh leaks as the disaster goes from bad to worse. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ENERGY DISASTER POLITICS)
EL SALVADOR/
RTX12FJ5
August 10, 2013
Salvadoran indigenous Pipil walk during the celebration of the International Day of the World's Indigenous...
Izalco, El Salvador
Salvadoran indigenous Pipil walk during celebration of International Day of the World's Indigenous People...
Salvadoran indigenous Pipil walk during the celebration of the International Day of the World's Indigenous People in Izalco, about 65 km (40 miles) west of San Salvador, August 9, 2013. Pipils commemorate the International Day of the World's Indigenous People, which called for recognition of its territory, respect for their language as well as their customs and respect for mother earth. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY ANNIVERSARY)
AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125PL
July 31, 2013
Lance-corporal Danny Daniels, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE)...
Cotton Island, Australia
Indigenous soldier from Australia's NORFORCE unit hunts for fish using a spear as he walks along the...
Lance-corporal Danny Daniels, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, hunts for fish using a spear as he walks along the beach on Cotton Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OY
July 31, 2013
Private Jonah Thingle, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit,...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldier from Australia's NORFORCE unit, carries his spears as he walks towards the unit's...
Private Jonah Thingle, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, carries his spears as he walks towards the unit's inflatable boats off Cotton Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OR
July 31, 2013
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk through thick bushland...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's NORFORCE unit, walk through thick bushland during surveillance and...
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk through thick bushland during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol around Astell Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OQ
July 31, 2013
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk through thick bushland...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's NORFORCE unit, walk through thick bushland during surveillance and...
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk through thick bushland during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol around Astell Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OP
July 31, 2013
Lance-corporal Vinnie Rami, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE)...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldier from Australia's NORFORCE unit, walks through thick bushland during surveillance and...
Lance-corporal Vinnie Rami, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, holds his F88 Austeyr rifle as he walks through thick bushland during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol around Astell Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125ON
July 31, 2013
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk in formation during...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's NORFORCE unit, walk in formation during a surveillance and reconnaissance...
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walk in formation during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol around Astell Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OK
July 31, 2013
Soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit walk in formation during a surveillance...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Soldiers from Australia's NORFORCE unit, walk in formation during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol...
Soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit walk in formation during a surveillance and reconnaissance patrol around Astell Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 17, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 17, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OJ
July 31, 2013
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit carry their F88 Austeyr...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's NORFORCE unit carry their F88 Austeyr rifles as they walk along...
Indigenous soldiers from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit carry their F88 Austeyr rifles as they walk along a beach on Wigram Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Australia July 19, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 19, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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AUSTRALIA-BORDERS/NORFORCE
RTX125OH
July 31, 2013
Private Drew Perry, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walks...
Arnhem Land, Australia
Indigenous soldier from Australia's NORFORCE unit walks along rocky headland searching for suspicious...
Private Drew Perry, an indigenous soldier from Australia's North West Mobile Force (NORFORCE) unit, walks along a rocky headland searching for suspicious items that may have been washed ashore on Cotton Island, part of the English Company Islands, located inside Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory July 18, 2013. NORFORCE is a surveillance unit that employs ancient Aboriginal skills to help in the seemingly impossible task of patrolling the country's vast northwest coast. NORFORCE's area of operations is about 1.8 million square km (700,000 square miles), covering the Northern Territory and the north of Western Australia. Aboriginal reservists make up a large proportion of the 600-strong unit, and bring to bear their knowledge of the land and the food it can provide. Fish, shellfish, turtle eggs and even insects supplement rations during the patrol, which is on the lookout for illegal foreign fishing vessels and drug smugglers, as well as people smugglers from neighbouring Indonesia. Picture taken July 18, 2013. REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: MILITARY SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT IMMIGRATION)

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MARKETS-BONDS-EURO/
RTX11QLL
July 18, 2013
A vendor walks past under two beach towels with Portuguese flag designs, displayed for sale in a market...
Malveira, Portugal
A vendor walks past under two beach towels with Portuguese flag designs, displayed for sale in a market...
A vendor walks past under two beach towels with Portuguese flag designs, displayed for sale in a market in Malveira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon July 18, 2013. Portuguese bonds firmed on Thursday with the government expected to survive a no-confidence vote and political parties seen closer to a pact to keep the country's bailout programme on track. The two parties of the centre-right ruling coalition and the opposition Socialists have set themselves a Sunday deadline to reach a broad political deal requested by President Anibal Cavaco Silva that would see the aid programme through to completion in mid-2014. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
SYRIA-CRISIS/KERRY-REFUGEES
RTX11QEZ
July 18, 2013
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) walks with Zaatari refugee camp manager Killian Kleinschmidt (R)...
ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry walks with Zaatari refugee camp manager Killian Kleinschmidt and Jordanian...
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (C) walks with Zaatari refugee camp manager Killian Kleinschmidt (R) and Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh (L), during a visit to Zaatari refugee camp July 18, 2013. Kerry spent about 40 minutes with half a dozen refugees who vented their frustration at the international community's failure to end Syria's more than two-year-old civil war, while visiting the camp that holds roughly 115,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan, about 12 km (eight miles) from the Syrian border. REUTERS/Mandel Ngan/Pool (JORDAN - Tags: POLITICS)
ETHIOPIA-EGYPT/NILE
RTX115K9
June 29, 2013
A man walks over a bridge by the construction of Ethiopia's Great Renaissance Dam in Guba Woreda, some...
Guba Woreda, Ethiopia
A man walks over a bridge by the construction of Ethiopia's Great Renaissance Dam in Guba Woreda
A man walks over a bridge by the construction of Ethiopia's Great Renaissance Dam in Guba Woreda, some 40 km (25 miles) from Ethiopia's border with Sudan, June 28, 2013. Egypt fears the $4.7 billion dam, that the Horn of Africa nation is building on the Nile, will reduce a water supply vital for its 84 million people, who mostly live in the Nile valley and delta. Picture taken June 28, 2013. REUTERS/Tiksa Negeri (ETHIOPIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY ENERGY ENVIRONMENT)
VIETNAM/
RTX10RPB
June 18, 2013
A man walks among a pile of recyclable scrap materials at Xa Cau village, about 40 km (25 miles) south...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A man walks among a pile of recyclable scrap materials at Xa Cau village
A man walks among a pile of recyclable scrap materials at Xa Cau village, about 40 km (25 miles) south of Hanoi June 18, 2013. According to Nguyen Van Thanh, a local vendor in the village, more than 90 percent of Xa Cau village, with about 1,000 families, have switched their traditional profession from making bamboo tooth picks to dealing with recyclable materials, in the past three years. Recyclable materials from Hanoi, around 30 tonnes, is sent to the village daily, Nguyen said. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN
RTX10075
May 25, 2013
Boys walk past vehicles transporting armored vehicles, used by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization...
Karachi, Pakistan
Boys walk past vehicles transporting armored vehicles in Karachi
Boys walk past vehicles transporting armored vehicles, used by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces during the Afghan war, which are parked along a road after their arrival at Port Mohammad Bin Qasim, some 40 km (25 miles) away from Karachi, May 25, 2013. After more than ten years, NATO and the U.S. have started the withdrawal of their equipments from Afghanistan, local media reported. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS TRANSPORT)
PAKISTAN/
RTX1006D
May 25, 2013
A man walks between trailers carrying armored vehicles, used by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization...
Karachi, Pakistan
A man walks between trailers carrying armored vehicles after their arrival at Port Mohammad Bin Qasim...
A man walks between trailers carrying armored vehicles, used by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces during the Afghan war, parked along a road after their arrival at Port Mohammad Bin Qasim, some 40 km (25 miles) away from Karachi, May 25, 2013. After more than ten years, NATO and the U.S. have started the withdrawal of their equipments from Afghanistan, local media reported. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TRANSPORT)
PORTUGAL-SPENDING/
RTXZ9B2
May 03, 2013
A farm worker walks next to crops growing in a farmed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon...
Carvoeira, Portugal
A farm worker walks next to crops growing in a farmed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon...
A farm worker walks next to crops growing in a farmed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon May 3, 2013. Portugal's planned new spending cuts, to be detailed later on Friday, could run into the same problems which led the constitutional court to reject some earlier austerity measures, the European Commission warned. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PORTUGAL-SPENDING
RTXZ9AY
May 03, 2013
A farm worker walks on a ploughed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon May 3, 2013. Portugal's...
Carvoeira, Portugal
A farm worker walks on a ploughed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon
A farm worker walks on a ploughed field in Carvoeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon May 3, 2013. Portugal's planned new spending cuts, to be detailed later on Friday, could run into the same problems which led the constitutional court to reject some earlier austerity measures, the European Commission warned. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE POLITICS)
PORTUGAL-SPENDING
RTXZ9AE
May 03, 2013
A woman walks on a street in the village of Ericeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon May 3, 2013. Portugal's...
Ericeira, Portugal
A woman walks on a street in the village of Ericeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon
A woman walks on a street in the village of Ericeira, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon May 3, 2013. Portugal's planned new spending cuts, to be detailed later on Friday, could run into the same problems which led the constitutional court to reject some earlier austerity measures, the European Commission warned. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS POLITICS)
ETHIOPIA
RTXZ7P7
May 02, 2013
An Ethiopian Orthodox priest walks out of the Yemrehana Krestos church, some 40 km (25 miles) north of...
Lalibela, Ethiopia
An Ethiopian Orthodox priest walks out of the Yemrehana Krestos church in Lalibela
An Ethiopian Orthodox priest walks out of the Yemrehana Krestos church, some 40 km (25 miles) north of Lalibela May 2, 2013. The Yemrehana Krestos is a 11th century monastery built under a natural cave and a separate building situated in front of the main church building, which is believed to be the palace of King Yimrehane Kristos.
REUTERS/ Goran Tomasevic (ETHIOPIA - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ALBANIA/
RTXZ334
April 29, 2013
People walk along a beach facing the Adriatic sea near the city of Durres, some 40 km (25 miles) from...
Durres, Albania
People walk along a beach facing the Adriatic sea near the city of Durres
People walk along a beach facing the Adriatic sea near the city of Durres, some 40 km (25 miles) from Tirana April 28, 2013. REUTERS/Arben Celi (ALBANIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
PORTUGAL/
RTXZ1QG
April 27, 2013
A woman walks past an abandoned warehouse on a street of Eirceira village, 40 km (25 miles) north of...
Ericeira, Portugal
Woman walks past an abandoned warehouse on a street of Eirceira village
A woman walks past an abandoned warehouse on a street of Eirceira village, 40 km (25 miles) north of Lisbon April 27, 2013. REUTERS/Jose Manuel Ribeiro (PORTUGAL - Tags: SOCIETY)
SERBIA-SHOOTING/
RTXYIXQ
April 12, 2013
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in...
Velika Ivanca, Serbia
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in...
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade, April 12, 2013. A Serbian war veteran who killed 13 relatives and neighbours in a dawn rampage in a Serbian village this week, before turning the gun on himself, died in hospital on Thursday. Serbs were stunned by the massacre on Tuesday in a sleepy rural region southwest of the capital. Six men, six women and a 2-year child died, the gunman's mother and son among them. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: OBITUARY DISASTER CRIME LAW)
SERBIA-SHOOTING/
RTXYIXP
April 12, 2013
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in...
Velika Ivanca, Serbia
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in...
Friends and relatives walk in a silent procession during the funeral ceremony of shooting victims in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade, April 12, 2013. A Serbian war veteran who killed 13 relatives and neighbours in a dawn rampage in a Serbian village this week, before turning the gun on himself, died in hospital on Thursday. Serbs were stunned by the massacre on Tuesday in a sleepy rural region southwest of the capital. Six men, six women and a 2-year child died, the gunman's mother and son among them. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: OBITUARY DISASTER CRIME LAW)
SERBIA-SHOOTING/
RTXYG3H
April 10, 2013
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade April...
Velika Ivanca, Serbia
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade April 10, 2013. A veteran of the 1990s Balkan wars shot dead 13 people, including his mother, son and a two-year-old child in a dawn rampage through Velika Ivanca in central Serbia on Tuesday, authorities said. The man, identified by police as Ljubisa Bogdanovic, also shot his wife before turning the gun on himself. Both were in critical condition in hospital, police said. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SERBIA-SHOOTING/
RTXYG33
April 10, 2013
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade April...
Velika Ivanca, Serbia
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca
Local residents walk in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade April 10, 2013. A veteran of the 1990s Balkan wars shot dead 13 people, including his mother, son and a two-year-old child in a dawn rampage through Velika Ivanca in central Serbia on Tuesday, authorities said. The man, identified by police as Ljubisa Bogdanovic, also shot his wife before turning the gun on himself. Both were in critical condition in hospital, police said. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
SERBIA-SHOOTING/
RTXYG32
April 10, 2013
A local resident walks in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade...
Velika Ivanca, Serbia
A local resident walks in the village of Velika Ivanca
A local resident walks in the village of Velika Ivanca, about 40 km (25 miles) southwest of Belgrade April 10, 2013. A veteran of the 1990s Balkan wars shot dead 13 people, including his mother, son and a two-year-old child in a dawn rampage through Velika Ivanca in central Serbia on Tuesday, authorities said. The man, identified by police as Ljubisa Bogdanovic, also shot his wife before turning the gun on himself. Both were in critical condition in hospital, police said. REUTERS/Marko Djurica (SERBIA - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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