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INDIA
RTXNSDQ 
September 19, 2005 
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. [About... 
Mumbai, India 
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. [..... 
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. [About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-thirds of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture.] 
INDIA
RTXNSDP 
September 19, 2005 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai,..... 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. [About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture.] 
INDIA
RTXNS85 
September 19, 2005 
A one-year-old Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
A one-year-old Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai,..... 
A one-year-old Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. [About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-thirds of the country's billion-plus people depend on agriculture.] 
INDIA
RTRONJV 
September 19, 2005 
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. About... 
Mumbai, India 
Boy sleeps in a hammock in Mumbai. 
An eighteen-month-old boy sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-thirds of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/KS 
INDIA
RTRONIW 
September 19, 2005 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously... 
Mumbai, India 
Eighteen-month-old Indian boy rests in hammock at construction site in Mumbai. 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer rests in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/mk 
INDIA
RTRONI7 
September 19, 2005 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
Eighteen-month-old Indian boy sleeps in hammock at construction site in Mumbai. 
An eighteen-month-old Indian boy of a labourer sleeps in a hammock at a construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-third of the country's billion plus-people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim VM/mk 
INDIA
RTROLX4 
September 19, 2005 
A one-year-old Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai,... 
Mumbai, India 
Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai. 
A one-year-old Indian girl cries for her mother who works at a building construction site in Mumbai, previously known as Bombay, September 19, 2005. About 260 million Indians live in abject poverty and around two-thirds of the country's billion-plus people depend on agriculture. REUTERS/Adeel Halim AH/AD/mk 
BANGLADESH
RTRNRL3 
September 13, 2005 
Bangladeshi garment workers sit on boat as they cross the river Buriganga on their way to work in factories... 
Dhaka, Bangladesh 
Bangladeshi garment workers sit on boat as they cross the river Buriganga on their way to work ... 
Bangladeshi garment workers sit on boat as they cross the river Buriganga on their way to work in factories in Dhaka. Bangladeshi garment workers sit on a boat as they cross the river Buriganga on their way to work in factories in Dhaka September 13, 2005. Bangladesh had total export earnings of $7.6 billion in the fiscal year to June 2004. Garments alone accounted for $5.69 billion, or 75 percent, government officials in Dhaka said. Most of the nearly 2 million workers in the garment sector are rural women trying to escape abject poverty. REUTERS/Rafiqur Rahman 
INDIA
RTXNQ86 
August 24, 2005 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. [India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. [India p..... 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. [India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991.] 
INDIA
RTXNQ85 
August 24, 2005 
An Indian girl carries things she collected from a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August... 
New Delhi, India 
An Indian girl carries things she collected from a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August..... 
An Indian girl carries things she collected from a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. [India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991.] 
INDIA
RTRLGTJ 
August 24, 2005 
Indian children sit on a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian children sit on garbage dump near New Delhi. 
Indian children sit on a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGSW 
August 24, 2005 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian children sift through garbage dump near New Delhi. 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGS9 
August 24, 2005 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian children sift through garbage dump near New Delhi. 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGRQ 
August 24, 2005 
An Indian girl carries things she collected from a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian girl carries things she collected from garbage dump near New Delhi. 
An Indian girl carries things she collected from a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGQN 
August 24, 2005 
An Indian boy sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian boy sifts through a garbage dump near New Delhi. 
An Indian boy sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGQ9 
August 24, 2005 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian children sift through garbage dump near New Delhi. 
Indian children sift through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGPQ 
August 24, 2005 
An Indian boy stands on a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian boy stands on garbage dump near New Delhi. 
An Indian boy stands on a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/mk 
INDIA
RTRLGPL 
August 24, 2005 
An Indian girl rummages through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans... 
New Delhi, India 
Indian girl rummages through garbage dump near New Delhi. 
An Indian girl rummages through a garbage dump on the outskirts of New Delhi August 24, 2005. India plans to spend nearly $15 billion to fight poverty but analysts say a poor track record of implementing past schemes raises doubts that even a third of the money will trickle down to the right people. Nearly 260 million of India's 1.1 billion people live in abject poverty, despite economic growth of 6 percent a year since reforms started in 1991. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore KK/KS/MK 
GROUP INDIA POVERTY
RTRGQ0K 
July 01, 2005 
An Indian girl cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian girl cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri. 
An Indian girl cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July 1, 2005. As India joins the world's richest nations at the G8 in Scotland, hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive in appalling conditions on less than $1 a day. More people live in abject poverty, not even earning enough to eat properly, in India than any other country in the world. But its racing economy often masks that suffering, say aid workers. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CCK 
GROUP INDIA POVERTY
RTRGPZR 
July 01, 2005 
Three-year-old Dipak Sarkar cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern... 
Siliguri, India 
Boy cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri. 
Three-year-old Dipak Sarkar cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July 1, 2005. As India joins the world's richest nations at the G8 in Scotland, hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive in appalling conditions on less than $1 a day. More people live in abject poverty, not even earning enough to eat properly, in India than any other country in the world. But its racing economy often masks that suffering, say aid workers. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CCK 
GROUP INDIA POVERTY
RTRGPZB 
July 01, 2005 
An Indian labourer takes a handful of rocks to crack on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri,... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian labourer takes a handful of rocks to crack on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri.... 
An Indian labourer takes a handful of rocks to crack on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July 1, 2005. As India joins the world's richest nations at the G8 in Scotland, hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive in appalling conditions on less than $1 a day. More people live in abject poverty, not even earning enough to eat properly, in India than any other country in the world. But its racing economy often masks that suffering, say aid workers. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CCK 
GROUP INDIA POVERTY
RTRGPYT 
July 01, 2005 
An Indian labourer takes a break from cracking rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri,... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian labourer takes a break from cracking rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri.... 
An Indian labourer takes a break from cracking rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July 1, 2005. As India joins the world's richest nations at the G8 in Scotland, hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive in appalling conditions on less than $1 a day. More people live in abject poverty, not even earning enough to eat properly, in India than any other country in the world. But its racing economy often masks that suffering, say aid workers. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CCK 
GROUP INDIA POVERTY
RTRGPYI 
July 01, 2005 
An Indian labourer cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July... 
Siliguri, India 
An Indian labourer cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri. 
An Indian labourer cracks rocks on the banks of the Mahananda river in Siliguri, northeastern India July 1, 2005. As India joins the world's richest nations at the G8 in Scotland, hundreds of millions of Indians, including children and elders, struggle to survive in appalling conditions on less than $1 a day. More people live in abject poverty, not even earning enough to eat properly, in India than any other country in the world. But its racing economy often masks that suffering, say aid workers. Picture taken on July 1, 2005. REUTERS/Desmond Boylan DB/CCK 
INDIA
RTRGTOS 
November 27, 2004 
Russian performers pose during a photo session on the eve of their show in Calcutta November 27, 2004.... 
Calcutta, India 
Russian performers pose during a photo session on the eve of their show in Calcutta. 
Russian performers pose during a photo session on the eve of their show in Calcutta November 27, 2004. The Russian State Circus Company came to India after a 20-year absence with 44 performers and 25 of animals with the first performance starting on Sunday. A Calcutta based NGO; "People for Animal" had raised abjection that no tricks by wild animals during the show be allowed as display of wild animals in any circus is banned in India. Three sea lions, which accompanied the circus, were sent back to Russia, local media reported. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw JS/LA 
CHINA
RTR9J5S 
August 30, 2004 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable plastic bottles inside a garbage bin in Shanghai August... 
Shanghai, China 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable bottles in Shanghai. 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable plastic bottles inside a garbage bin in Shanghai August 30, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation said. Communist Party leaders, wary of the potential for social unrest, have declared war on poverty and pledged to narrow the yawning gap between the rich and poor. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA 
CHINA
RTR9J5E 
August 30, 2004 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable plastic bottles inside a garbage bin in Shanghai August... 
Shanghai, China 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable bottles in Shanghai. 
A Chinese man uses a mirror to look for recyclable plastic bottles inside a garbage bin in Shanghai August 30, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation said. Communist Party leaders, wary of the potential for social unrest, have declared war on poverty and pledged to narrow the yawning gap between the rich and poor. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA 
CHINA
RTR9J4Z 
August 30, 2004 
A Chinese woman rummages inside a garbage bin for recyclable plastic bottles in Shanghai August 30, 2004.... 
Shanghai, China 
A Chinese woman rummages inside a garbage bin for plastic bottles in Shanghai. 
A Chinese woman rummages inside a garbage bin for recyclable plastic bottles in Shanghai August 30, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation said. Communist Party leaders, wary of the potential for social unrest, have declared war on poverty and pledged to narrow the yawning gap between the rich and poor. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV CC/FA 
CHINA
RTR15A7I 
August 02, 2004 
A disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing August 2, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said recently... 
Beijing, China 
Disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing. 
A disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing August 2, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said recently that the number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first increase in 25 years. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/LA 
CHINA
RTR7WJQ 
August 02, 2004 
A disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing August 2, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said recently... 
Beijing, China 
Disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing. 
A disabled beggar crosses a street in Beijing August 2, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said recently that the number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first increase in 25 years. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/CP 
CHINA
RTXMSC4 
July 26, 2004 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing July 26, 2004. Poverty... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing July 26, 2004. ..... 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing July 26, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said last week that the number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years. 
CHINA
RTR7CEI 
July 26, 2004 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing July 26, 2004. Poverty... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing. 
A Chinese girl performs as an acrobat as she begs for money on a sidewalk in Beijing July 26, 2004. Poverty alleviation officials said last week that the number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP 
CHINA
RTXMS1C 
July 20, 2004 
A Chinese girl tosses garlic to separate the peel in front of her family's vegetable stall at an outdoor... 
Beijing, China 
A Chinese girl tosses garlic to separate the peel in front of her family's vegetable stall at an out..... 
A Chinese girl tosses garlic to separate the peel in front of her family's vegetable stall at an outdoor market in Beijing July 20, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation was quoted on Monday as saying. 
CHINA POVERTY
RTR6WZ6 
July 20, 2004 
A Chinese girl tosses garlic to separate the peel in front of her family's vegetable stall at an outdoor... 
Beijing, China 
CHINESE GIRL TOSSES GARLIC TO SEPARATE THE PEEL IN BEIJING. 
A Chinese girl tosses garlic to separate the peel in front of her family's vegetable stall at an outdoor market in Beijing July 20, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation was quoted on Monday as saying. REUTERS/Guang Niu ASW/CP 
CHINA
RTXMRUG 
July 19, 2004 
-PHOTO TAKEN 13JUL04-
A Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's... 
Jinzhai County, China 
-PHOTO TAKEN 13JUL04-
A Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county in Chi..... 
-PHOTO TAKEN 13JUL04-
A Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's central province of Anhui in this picture taken July 13, 2004. [The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation was quoted on Monday as saying.] 
CHINA
RTR6UKY 
July 13, 2004 
Chinese girls walk home after washing clothes in a brook in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's... 
Jinzhai County, China 
Chinese girls walk home after washing clothes in a brook in the countryside of Jinzhai county. 
Chinese girls walk home after washing clothes in a brook in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's central province of Anhui in this picture taken July 13, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation was quoted on Monday as saying. Picture taken July 13, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH 
CHINA
RTR6UKP 
July 13, 2004 
A Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's central province of... 
Jinzhai County, China 
Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county. 
A Chinese boy runs through a field in the countryside of Jinzhai county in China's central province of Anhui in this picture taken July 13, 2004. The number of Chinese living in abject poverty rose by 800,000 last year, the first such increase in 25 years and since the start of economic reforms, one of the top officials on poverty alleviation was quoted on Monday as saying. Picture taken July 13, 2004. REUTERS/Wilson Chu WC/SH 
AFGHAN KABUL
RTR6SNH 
November 13, 2003 
An Afghan police officer directs busy traffic in Kabul November 13,
2003. Two years after the Taliban's... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL. 
An Afghan police officer directs busy traffic in Kabul November 13,
2003. Two years after the Taliban's ignominious defeat, Kabul has all
the contrasts of a modern city. Business is booming for the lucky few,
while many others live in abject poverty, unable to find homes or work.
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

AM/PB 
AFGHAN KABUL
RTR6SN9 
November 13, 2003 
Afghan woman clad in a burqa makes her way through the cars as an
officer stops traffic in Kabul November... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL. 
Afghan woman clad in a burqa makes her way through the cars as an
officer stops traffic in Kabul November 13, 2003. Two years after the
Taliban's ignominious defeat, Kabul has all the contrasts of a modern
city. Business is booming for the lucky few, while many others live in
abject poverty, unable to find homes or work. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE
STORY AFGHAN-KABUL REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

AM/PB 
AFGHAN KABUL
RTR6SN4 
November 13, 2003 
An Afghan child bare feet stands infront of her tent in Kabul November 13,
2003. Two years after the... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL. 
An Afghan child bare feet stands infront of her tent in Kabul November 13,
2003. Two years after the Taliban's ignominious defeat, Kabul has all the
contrasts of a modern city. Business is booming for the lucky few, while
many others live in abject poverty, unable to find homes or work. TO
ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL REUTERS/Ahmad Masood PP03110059

AM/PB 
AFGHAN KABUL
RTR6SN0 
November 13, 2003 
Afghan children look out from the rubble that is their home in Kabul
November 13, 2003. Two years after... 
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan 
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL. 
Afghan children look out from the rubble that is their home in Kabul
November 13, 2003. Two years after the Taliban's ignominious defeat, Kabul
has all the contrasts of a modern city. Business is booming for the lucky
few, while many others live in abject poverty, unable to find homes or work.
TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY AFGHAN-KABUL REUTERS/Ahmad Masood PP03110059

AM/PB 
AFGHANISTAN
RTXMATI 
November 12, 2003 
An Afghan child bare feet stands in front of her tent in Kabul November 13, 2003. [Two years after the... 
Kabul, Afghanistan 
An Afghan child bare feet stands in front of her tent in Kabul November 13, 2003. [Two years after t..... 
An Afghan child bare feet stands in front of her tent in Kabul November 13, 2003. [Two years after the Taliban's ignominious defeat, Kabul has all the contrasts of a modern city. Business is booming for the lucky few, while many others live in abject poverty, unable to find homes or work.] 
IRAQ
RTXM35Y 
July 13, 2003 
An Iraqi boy fishes in Basra, southern Iraq July 13, 2003, next to the rusting remains of an Iraqi ship... 
Basra, Iraq 
An Iraqi boy fishes in Basra, southern Iraq July 13, 2003, next to the rusting remains of an Iraqi s..... 
An Iraqi boy fishes in Basra, southern Iraq July 13, 2003, next to the rusting remains of an Iraqi ship destroyed during the U.S-led war in the waters where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge on their way to the Persian Gulf. People live in abject poverty along the river fishing are one of the few sources of income. 
IRAQ
RTXM35W 
July 13, 2003 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge... 
Basra, Iraq 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers conver..... 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge on their way to the Persian Gulf. People along the river live in abject poverty and depend on the polluted water for cooking and cleaning. 
IRAQ
RTRI0B 
July 13, 2003 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the
Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
SHI'ITE WOMEN GATHER WATER FROM WHERE THE TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES RIVERS
CONVERGE IN BASRA. 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the
Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge on their way to the Gulf. People
along the river live in abject poverty and depend on the polluted water
for cooking and cleaning. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

SR/AA 
IRAQ
RTRHWU 
July 13, 2003 
An Iraqi boy fishes in Basra, southern Iraq July 13, 2003, next to the
rusting remains of an Iraqi ship... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
IRAQI BOY FISHES IN WATERS WHERE TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES RIVERS CONVERGE
IN BASRA. 
An Iraqi boy fishes in Basra, southern Iraq July 13, 2003, next to the
rusting remains of an Iraqi ship destroyed during the U.S-led war in
the waters where the Tigris and Euphrates rivers converge on their way
to the Persian Gulf. People live in abject poverty along the river
fishing are one of the few sources of income. REUTERS/Stefano
Rellandini

SR/AA 
IRAQ
RTRHWC 
July 13, 2003 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the Tigris and
Euphrates rivers converge... 
Basra, Iraq - Republic of 
SHI'ITE WOMENIN GATHER WATER FROM WHERE THE TIGRIS AND EUPHRATES
RIVERS CONVERGE IN BASRA. 
Shi'ite women in Basra gather water July 13, 2003, from where the Tigris and
Euphrates rivers converge on their way to the Persian Gulf. People along the
river live in abject poverty and depend on the polluted water for cooking
and cleaning. Pictures of the month July 2003
REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini

SR/AA 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT15G 
February 18, 2002 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) and Martin Schmitt (2R) celebrate while
Finland's (L-4L) Matti Hautamaeki,... 
Park City, United States of America 
GERMANY'S HANNAWALD CELEBRATES AS FINLAND STAND DEJECTED AT THE WINTER
OLYMPICS. 
Germany's Sven Hannawald (R) and Martin Schmitt (2R) celebrate while
Finland's (L-4L) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti
Lindstroem and Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in abject dejection after
they lost the Olympic team K120 event by just 0.1 of a point to Germany
during the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 18, 2002.
Germany won Olympic gold in the team K120 ski jumping event on Monday
by just a fraction of a point ahead of Finland and bronze medalists
Slovenia. REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/CRB 
SPORT OLYMPICS
RTRT13Y 
February 18, 2002 
(L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem and
Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in... 
Park City, United States of America 
FINLAND TEAM STAND DEJECTED K120 EVENT DURING THE WINTER OLYMPICS. 
(L-R) Matti Hautamaeki, Risto Jussilainen, Veli-Matti Lindstroem and
Janne Ahonen of Finland stand in abject dejection after they lost the
Olympic team K120 event by just 0.1 of a point to Germany during the
Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games February 18, 2002. Germany won
Olympic gold in the team K120 ski jumping event on Monday by just a
fraction of a point ahead of Finland and bronze medalists Slovenia.
REUTERS/Dan Chung

KM/CRB 
MEXICO
RTXKQP9 
August 28, 2001 
34 year old indigenous Mexican Emilia Silvestre and her six month old baby Josue stand in the Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
34 year old indigenous Mexican Emilia Silvestre and her six month old baby Josue stand in the Mexic..... 
34 year old indigenous Mexican Emilia Silvestre and her six month old baby Josue stand in the Mexico City center slum where they live August 23, 2001. Silvestre is part of the 10 million indigenous Mexicans who live in abject poverty. 
MEXICO RACE
RTRM0B0 
August 28, 2001 
34 year old indigenous Mexican Emilia Silvestre and her six month old
baby Josue stand in the Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
INDIGENOUS MEXICANS IN POVERTY IN MEXICO CITY CENTRE SLUM. 
34 year old indigenous Mexican Emilia Silvestre and her six month old
baby Josue stand in the Mexico City center slum where they live August
23, 2001. Silvestre is part of the 10 million indigenous Mexicans who
live in abject poverty.

AW/HK 
MEXICO RACE
RTRM0BI 
August 23, 2001 
58 year old Teresa Lauriano sews in the Mexico City centre slum where
she lives August 23, 2001. Lauriano... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
INDIGENOUS MEXICANS IN POVERTY IN MEXICO CITY CENTER SLUM. 
58 year old Teresa Lauriano sews in the Mexico City centre slum where
she lives August 23, 2001. Lauriano is one of the 10 million indigenous
Mexicans who live in abject poverty.

AW/HK 
INDONESIA
RTR11B23 
June 16, 1999 
An Indonesian street worker sweeps up leftover soybeans in Jakarta's main port of Tanjung Priok June... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
AN INDONESIAN STREET WORKER SWEEPS UP SOYBEANS IN JAKARTA'S MAIN PORT. 
An Indonesian street worker sweeps up leftover soybeans in Jakarta's main port of Tanjung Priok June 16 for resale. Millions of Indonesians have been thrown into a life of abject poverty by the country's worst economic crisis in 30 years. The front-running party from last week's Indonesia election promised to make the crisis-racked country a better place for investment where sound policies and a legal system were upheld and corruption was rooted out.

EN/TAN/WS 
INDONESIA POVERTY
RTRPSSE 
June 06, 1999 
A man begs for money from passing traffic in central Jakarta June 6. Millions of Indonesians thrown into... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A MAN BEGS FOR MONEY IN JAKARTA. 
A man begs for money from passing traffic in central Jakarta June 6. Millions of Indonesians thrown into abject poverty by two years of economic crisis are praying the winner of Monday's general election can reverse the spiral. Forty-eight political parties are contesting tomorrows poll, the first democratic elections in the world's fourth most populous nation in more than four decades.

MDB/TAN 
INDONESIA
RTXJ0MQ 
June 01, 1999 
Indonesians scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Indonesians scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Mill..... 
Indonesians scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions of Indonesians have been thrown into a life of abject poverty by the country's worst economic crisis in 30 years. The country holds its first democratic election in four decades on June 7.
**DIGITAL IMAGE** 
INDONESIA ELECTION
RTRPMKV 
May 31, 1999 
Indonesians scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
INDONESIANS SCAVENGE THROUGH GARBAGE AT RUBBISH DUMP ON OUTSKIRTS OF JAKARTA. 
Indonesians scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions of Indonesians have been thrown into a life of abject poverty by the country's worst economic crisis in 30 years. The country holds its first democratic election in four decades on June 7.

MDB/TAN/AA 
INDONESIA ELECTION
RTRPMKQ 
May 31, 1999 
A woman scavenges through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A WOMAN SCAVENGES RUBBISH DUMP ON OUTSKIRTS OF JAKARTA. 
A woman scavenges through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts of Jakarta May 30. Millions of Indonesian's have been thrown into a life of abject poverty by the country's worst economic crisis in thirty years. The country holds its first democratic election in four decades on June 7.

MDB/TAN/AA 
INDONESIA ELECTION
RTRPMIC 
May 31, 1999 
Children scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts Jakarta May 30. Millions of... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
CHILDREN SCAVENGE THROUGH GARBAGE AT RUBBISH DUMP ON OUTSKIRTS OF JAKARTA. 
Children scavenge through garbage at Bakasi rubbish dump on the outskirts Jakarta May 30. Millions of Indonesians have been thrown into a life of abject poverty by the country's worst economic crisis in thirty years. The country holds its first democratic election in four decades on June 7.

MDB/TAN 
RTRIBIZ 
October 14, 1998 
Indonesian students chant anti-government slogans as they march in Jakarta's central business district... 
Indonesia 
INDONESIAN STUDENTS PROTEST AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian students chant anti-government slogans as they march in Jakarta's central business district October 14. Hundreds of students from Jakarta universities staged the protest to demand the government move quickly to cut soaring prices of basic commodities. Inflation is currently running at more than 80 percent as a result of the country's economic crisis which has thrown hundreds of thousands out of work and is driving millions into a life of abject poverty.

EN/JIR 
RTRIBIU 
October 14, 1998 
Indonesian students on top of buses chant anti-government slogans in Jakarta's central business district... 
Indonesia 
INDONESIAN STUDENTS PROTEST IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian students on top of buses chant anti-government slogans in Jakarta's central business district October 14. Hundreds of students from Jakarta universities staged the protest to demand the government move quickly to cut soaring prices of basic commodities. Inflation is currently running at more than 80 percent as a result of the country's economic crisis which has thrown hundreds of thousands out of work and is driving millions into a life of abject poverty.

EN/JIR 
RTRIBFZ 
October 14, 1998 
Indonesian students chant anti-government slogans in Jakarta's central business district October 14.... 
Indonesia 
STUDENTS PROTEST IN JAKARTA. 
Indonesian students chant anti-government slogans in Jakarta's central business district October 14. Hundreds of students from Jakarta universities staged the protest to demand the government move quickly to cut soaring prices of basic commodities. Inflation is currently running at more than 80 percent as a result of the country's economic crisis, which has thrown hundreds of thousands out of work and is driving millions into a life of abject poverty.

EN/JIR 
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