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SAUDI-ARAMCO/USA-IRAN
RTX73YE5
September 21, 2019
A general view of Abadan city in southwest Iran, is pictured from Iraqi side of Shatt al-Arab in Al-Faw...
Al-Faw, Iraq
A general view of Abadan city in southwest Iran, is pictured from Iraqi side of Shatt al-Arab in Al-Faw...
A general view of Abadan city in southwest Iran, is pictured from Iraqi side of Shatt al-Arab in Al-Faw south of Basra, Iraq September 21, 2019. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani
IRAQ-IRAN/
RTX160ET
December 01, 2013
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's southern province of Basra, during its...
Basra, Iraq
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's Basra, during its first trip as part...
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's southern province of Basra, during its first trip as part of a transport link between Iraq and Iran November 4, 2013. The first river transport link between Iraq and Iran for more than 30 years was inaugurated recently with the docking of the passenger ferry carrying Iranian officials at the Iraqi port city of Basra. The service will operate between Iran's city of Abadan and Iraq's Basra, resuming a river navigation line which is the first of its kind between the two neighbouring countries since 1980. Picture taken November 4. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: TRAVEL POLITICS MARITIME)
IRAQ-IRAN/
RTX160ER
December 01, 2013
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's southern province of Basra, during its...
Basra, Iraq
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's Basra, during its first trip as part...
The Rania ferry travels in the Shatt-al-Arab waterway in Iraq's southern province of Basra, during its first trip as part of a transport link between Iraq and Iran November 4, 2013. The first river transport link between Iraq and Iran for more than 30 years was inaugurated recently with the docking of the passenger ferry carrying Iranian officials at the Iraqi port city of Basra. The service will operate between Iran's city of Abadan and Iraq's Basra, resuming a river navigation line which is the first of its kind between the two neighbouring countries since 1980. Picture taken November 4. REUTERS/Essam Al-Sudani (IRAQ - Tags: TRAVEL POLITICS MARITIME)
IRAN/
RTXCYXG
March 19, 2009
Women stand next to a picture of war veterans as they visit a war memorial site in Khoozestan province...
Abadan, Iran
Women stand next to a picture of war veterans as they visit a war memorial site in Khoozestan province...
Women stand next to a picture of war veterans as they visit a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYXC
March 19, 2009
A woman poses for a photograph with cardboard cutout pictures of war veterans at a war memorial site...
Abadan, Iran
A woman poses for a photograph with cardboard cutout pictures of war veterans at a war memorial site...
A woman poses for a photograph with cardboard cutout pictures of war veterans at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYX8
March 19, 2009
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi...
Abadan, Iran
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYX2
March 19, 2009
Two women walk past a religious flag bearing the name of Prophet Mohammad while visiting a war memorial...
Abadan, Iran
Women walk past religious flag at war memorial site near Iraqi border
Two women walk past a religious flag bearing the name of Prophet Mohammad while visiting a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT RELIGION POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYWP
March 19, 2009
A woman adjusts her Palestinian scarf at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border,...
Abadan, Iran
Woman adjusts her scarf at a war memorial site near Iraqi border
A woman adjusts her Palestinian scarf at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYVW
March 19, 2009
A girl sits next to religious flags as she visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the...
Abadan, Iran
Girl sits next to religious flags at a war memorial site near Iraqi border
A girl sits next to religious flags as she visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYVV
March 19, 2009
A cleric visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles)...
Abadan, Iran
A cleric visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border
A cleric visits a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
IRAN/
RTXCYVD
March 19, 2009
A man who is a member of Iran's basij militia stands near religious flags at a war memorial site in Khoozestan...
Abadan, Iran
Member of Iran's basij militia stands near religious flags at war memorial site in Khoozestan province...
A man who is a member of Iran's basij militia stands near religious flags at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYV6
March 19, 2009
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf looks on at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi...
Abadan, Iran
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf looks on at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi...
A woman wearing a Palestinian scarf looks on at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY POLITICS CONFLICT)
IRAN/
RTXCYUX
March 19, 2009
Women look at a mosque in Iraq, as they attend a war memorial site in Iran's Khoozestan province near...
Abadan, Iran
Women look at a mosque in Iraq, as they attend a war memorial site in Iran's Khoozestan province near...
Women look at a mosque in Iraq, as they attend a war memorial site in Iran's Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYUO
March 19, 2009
A vendor displays religious posters for sale at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi...
Abadan, Iran
A vendor displays religious posters for sale at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi...
A vendor displays religious posters for sale at a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS)
IRAN/
RTXCYUB
March 19, 2009
A woman stands behind religious flags bearing the name of Imam Hussein while attending a war memorial...
Abadan, Iran
A woman stands behind religious flags while attending war memorial site in Khoozestan province near Iraqi...
A woman stands behind religious flags bearing the name of Imam Hussein while attending a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN ANNIVERSARY CONFLICT POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
IRAN/
RTXCYU7
March 19, 2009
Women wearing Palestinian scarves attend a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border,...
Abadan, Iran
Women wearing Palestinian scarves attend a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border...
Women wearing Palestinian scarves attend a war memorial site in Khoozestan province near the Iraqi border, 1,345 km (841 miles) southwest of Tehran, March 19, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds of the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88) during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the war. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
IRAQ
RTRIH70
July 24, 2005
Gas burns off at the Shaiba oil refinery, supplier of petrol and other oil derivatives for the whole...
Basra
Shaiba oil refinery in southern Iraq city of Basra.
Gas burns off at the Shaiba oil refinery, supplier of petrol and other oil derivatives for the whole of southern Iraq, located about 20 kms (12 miles) south of Basra July 24, 2005. Last week Iran and Iraq signed an oil deal they hope would pave the way to further diplomatic rapprochement between them. Iraq signed a preliminary agreement to export 150,000 barrels per day (bpd) of crude from the southern city of Basra to Abadan refinery in southwest Iran, a spokeswoman for Iran's oil ministry said. REUTERS/Atef Hassan RCS/DY
IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER
RTR12ZKU
March 31, 2003
*FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - Iranian general store
owner Mohammad Ali (L) and another...
Tehran, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER.
*FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - Iranian general store
owner Mohammad Ali (L) and another man watch television coverage of the
war in neighbouring Iraq inside his grocery store in the border city of
Abadan on March 31, 2003. The store owner lost a son in the 1980-1988
Iran-Iraq war but like many citizens of this border city, just 30 miles
(48 km) from Basra) has mixed feelings about the current war. Abadan
saw some of the fiercest fighting in the Iran-Iraq war so residents
have no sympathy for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein but are generally
opposed to the U.S.-led attack on Iraq. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
REUTERS

PJH
IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER
RTRLEB1
March 31, 2003
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - A group of Iranian women
and children stand and sit next...
Tehran, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER.
FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE IRAQ-IRAN-BORDER - A group of Iranian women
and children stand and sit next to the river which separates Iran from
Iraq as a soldier walks by in the southwestern border city of Abadan on
March 31, 2003. The river is known as the Arvand in Iran and Shatt
al-Arab in Iraq. Fighting in neighbouring Iraq has brought back
memories of the 1980-1988 Iran-Iraq war in this region of Iran which
endured some of the fiercest fighting during that conflict. Most
Iranians have mixed feelings about the current war. They have no
sympathy for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein but are generally opposed
to the U.S.-led attack on Iraq. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl

PJH
IGE7.jpg
RTRQIQ5
December 26, 2001
Armed troops man the gate of the residence of assasinated Nigerian
justice minister

Bola Ige in Bodija,...
Abadan, Nigeria
ARMED TROOPS GUARD HOUSE OF ASSASSINATED NIGERIAN JUSTICE MINISTER.
Armed troops man the gate of the residence of assasinated Nigerian
justice minister

Bola Ige in Bodija, Ibadan in the southwest of Nigeria on Christmas
day, December 25 2001. Bodija was assassinated on Sunday night,
December 23, in his home. REUTERS/George Esiri
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