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USA-ELECTION/CONVENTION
RTX7RFAS
August 24, 2020
A delegate from American Samoa adjusts her mask before the start of the first day of the Republican National...
Charlotte, UNITED STATES
A delegate from American Samoa adjusts her mask before the start of the first day of the Republican National...
A delegate from American Samoa adjusts her mask before the start of the first day of the Republican National Convention, in Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S., August 24, 2020. Chris Carlson/Pool via REUTERS
USA-ELECTION/CONVENTION-MILITARY
RTX7QKJS
August 19, 2020
Delegates from American Samoa are flanked by two U.S. Army soldiers in uniform as they cast the territory's...
AMERICAN SAMOA, UNITED STATES
American Samoa casts their votes during the roll call vote of the virtual 2020 Democratic Convention...
Delegates from American Samoa are flanked by two U.S. Army soldiers in uniform as they cast the territory's votes for the Democratic presidential nomination of former Vice President Joe Biden during the roll call vote of the virtual 2020 Democratic National Convention in a video feed from American Samoa, U.S., August 18, 2020. Picture taken August 18, 2020. 2020 Democratic National Convention/POOL via REUTERS
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTS33U6A
February 27, 2020
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg,...
Altenberg, Germany
Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg, Germany - February 27, 2020 American Samoa's Nathan Crumpton in action during the first run REUTERS/Matthias Rietschel
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTS33U62
February 27, 2020
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg,...
Altenberg, Germany
Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg, Germany - February 27, 2020 American Samoa's Nathan Crumpton in action during the first run REUTERS/Matthias Rietschel
BOBSLEIGH-WORLD/
RTS33U5P
February 27, 2020
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg,...
Altenberg, Germany
Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships
Bobsleigh - Bobsleigh & Skeleton World Championships - Men's Skeleton - DKB Eiskanal Altenberg, Altenberg, Germany - February 27, 2020 American Samoa's Nathan Crumpton in action during the first run REUTERS/Matthias Rietschel TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUBX
December 05, 2019
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in...
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 by Braddock Linsley inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUBN
December 05, 2019
Braddock Linsley poses with a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 inside...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
Braddock Linsley poses with a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 inside...
Braddock Linsley poses with a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Columbia University
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUBL
December 05, 2019
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in...
Tape marking the growth path is attached to slices of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 by Braddock Linsley inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUBG
December 05, 2019
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa...
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 by Braddock Linsley inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUBF
December 05, 2019
A research assistant uses a microscope to inspect a slice of a coral core recovered during a research...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
A research assistant uses a microscope to inspect a slice of a coral core recovered during a research...
A research assistant uses a microscope to inspect a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 by Braddock Linsley inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUB6
December 05, 2019
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa...
Palisades, UNITED STATES
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa...
A research assistant grinds up a slice of a coral core recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011 by Braddock Linsley inside of the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University in Palisades, New York U.S., November 15, 2019. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUAU
December 05, 2019
Braddock Linsley poses with a collection of coral cores recovered during a research trip in American...
New York, UNITED STATES
Linsley poses with a collection of coral cores recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in...
Braddock Linsley poses with a collection of coral cores recovered during a research trip in American Samoa in 2011. Rob Dunbar/Handout via REUTERS
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUAR
December 05, 2019
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as...
Mid-Sea, American Samoa
Members of Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as Big Mama...
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as "Big Mama" in American Samoa in 2011. Braddock Linsley/Handout via REUTERS
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUAK
December 05, 2019
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as...
Mid-Sea, American Samoa
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as...
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as "Big Mama" in American Samoa in 2011. Braddock Linsley/Handout via REUTERS
CLIMATE-CHANGE/CORALS
RTX7BUAB
December 05, 2019
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as...
Mid-Sea, American Samoa
Members of Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as Big Mama...
Members of Braddock Linsley's research team drill a coral core from the Porites lutea colony, known as "Big Mama" in American Samoa in 2011. Braddock Linsley/Handout via REUTERS
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX38EJA
May 31, 2017
A combination picture shows Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watching competitors during...
OXON HILL, UNITED STATES
A combination picture shows Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watching competitors during...
A combination picture shows Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watching competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX38EJ9
May 31, 2017
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
OXON HILL, UNITED STATES
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX38EJ7
May 31, 2017
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
OXON HILL, UNITED STATES
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX38EJ6
May 31, 2017
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
OXON HILL, UNITED STATES
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, watches competitors during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX38EED
May 31, 2017
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, stifles a yawn during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
OXON HILL, UNITED STATES
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, stifles a yawn during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling...
Avril Regis, 14, of Pago Pago, American Samoa, stifles a yawn during the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland, U.S., May 31, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
NEPAL-OBIT/
RTS374Q
October 06, 2015
Dolakh Dangi (C), nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, places the Nepalese flag...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Nephew of the world's shortest man Dangi places the Nepalese flag on top of his uncle's casket during...
Dolakh Dangi (C), nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, places the Nepalese flag on top of his uncle's casket during a memorial service organized for the public to pay condolences to him in Kathmandu, Nepal, October 6, 2015. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who was 54.6 cm (21.5 inches) inches tall according to Guinness World Records, died on September 3 at the age of 75. According to Dangi's nephew Dolakh, Dangi was on a tour in American Samoa, where he fell sick and was admitted to a hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-OBIT/
RTS3744
October 06, 2015
People carry the casket of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, from a vehicle, during a...
Kathmandu, Nepal
People carry the casket of the world's shortest man Dangi during a memorial service in Kathmandu
People carry the casket of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, from a vehicle, during a memorial service organized for the public to pay condolences to him in Kathmandu, Nepal, October 6, 2015. Dangi, who was 54.6 cm (21.5 inches) inches tall according to Guinness World Records, died on September 3 at the age of 75. According to Dangi's nephew Dolakh, Dangi was on a tour in American Samoa, where he fell sick and was admitted to a hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-OBIT/
RTS2PEK
October 02, 2015
A box with the body of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi is pictured at the airport in Kathmandu,...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Box with the body of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi is pictured at the airport in Kathmandu...
A box with the body of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi is pictured at the airport in Kathmandu, Nepal October 2, 2015. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who was 54.6 cm (21.5 inches) inches tall according to Guinness World Records, died on September 3 at the age of 75. According to Dangi's nephew Dolakh, Dangi was on a tour in American Samoa, where he fell sick and was admitted to a hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-OBIT/
RTS2PEJ
October 02, 2015
Dolakh Dangi (C), nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, walks with Chandra Bahadur's...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Dolakh Dangi, nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, walks with Chandra Bahadur's...
Dolakh Dangi (C), nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, walks with Chandra Bahadur's body in a box, at the airport in Kathmandu, Nepal October 2, 2015. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who was 54.6 cm (21.5 inches) inches tall according to Guinness World Records, died on September 3 at the age of 75. According to Dolakh, Dangi was on a tour in American Samoa, where he fell sick and was admitted to a hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-OBIT/
RTS2PEG
October 02, 2015
Dolakh Dangi, nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, sits next to the body of Chandra...
Kathmandu, Nepal
Dolakh Dangi, nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, sits next to the body of Chandra...
Dolakh Dangi, nephew of the world's shortest man Chandra Bahadur Dangi, sits next to the body of Chandra Bahadur in Kathmandu, Nepal October 2, 2015. Chandra Bahadur Dangi, who was 54.6 cm (21.5 inches) inches tall according to Guinness World Records, died on September 3 at the age of 75. According to Dolakh, Dangi was on a tour in American Samoa, where he fell sick and was admitted to a hospital. He was diagnosed with pneumonia. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
ATHLETICS/
RTR3G6BW
March 07, 2014
Adam Harris of Guyana, Faresa Kapisi of American Samoa and Brijesh Lawrence of Saint Kitts and Navis...
Sopot, Poland
Harris of Guyana, Kapisi of American Samoa and Lawrence of Saint Kitts and Navis compete in the men's...
Adam Harris of Guyana, Faresa Kapisi of American Samoa and Brijesh Lawrence of Saint Kitts and Navis (L-R) compete in the men's 60 metres heats at the world indoor athletics championships at the ERGO Arena in Sopot March 7, 2014. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel (POLAND - Tags: SPORT ATHLETICS)
OLY-SWIM-HEATS-WRAP-DAY5/
RTR35STV
August 01, 2012
American Samoa's Megan Fonteno prepares to swim in the women's 100m freestyle heats during the London...
London, United Kingdom
American Samoa's Megan Fonteno prepares to swim in the women's 100m freestyle heats during the London...
American Samoa's Megan Fonteno prepares to swim in the women's 100m freestyle heats during the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Aquatics Centre August 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (BRITAIN - Tags: SWIMMING SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLY-OPEN-CEREMONY-DAY0/ACT2
RTR35F22
July 27, 2012
American Samoa's contingent take part in the athletes parade during the opening ceremony of the London...
London, United Kingdom
American Samoa's contingent take part in the athletes parade during opening ceremony of London 2012 Olympic...
American Samoa's contingent take part in the athletes parade during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium July 27, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
OLY-OPEN-CEREMONY-DAY0/ACT2
RTR35F1O
July 27, 2012
American Samoa's flag bearer Ching Wei (C) holds the national flag as he leads the contingent in the...
London, United Kingdom
American Samoa's flag bearer Ching Wei holds national flag in athletes parade during opening ceremony...
American Samoa's flag bearer Ching Wei (C) holds the national flag as he leads the contingent in the athletes parade during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium July 27, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Blake (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT OLYMPICS)
VIETNAM
RTR28JCS
January 05, 2010
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (R) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son meets the U.S. Representatives Eni Faleomavaega...
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (R) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni Faleomavaega of American Samoa (2nd R), Joseph Cao Quang Anh of Louisiana (2nd L) and Michael Honda of California at the Government Guest House in Hanoi January 5, 2010. Joseph Cao is the first Vietnamese original to be a member of the U.S. Congress. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS)
VIETNAM
RTR28JCO
January 05, 2010
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (L) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son meets the U.S. Representatives Eni Faleomavaega...
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (L) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni Faleomavaega of American Samoa (2nd L), Michael Honda of California (C) and Joseph Cao Quang Anh of Louisiana (2nd R) at the Government Guest House in Hanoi January 5, 2010. Joseph Cao is the first Vietnamese original to be a member of the U.S. Congress. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS)
VIETNAM
RTR28JCN
January 05, 2010
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (L) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son meets the U.S. Representatives Faleomavaega...
Vietnam's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Nguyen Thanh Son (L) meets the U.S. Representatives Eni Faleomavaega of American Samoa (2nd L), Joseph Cao Quang Anh of Louisiana (2nd R), Michael Honda of California (R) and U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam Michael Michalak (C) at the Government Guest House in Hanoi January 5, 2010. Joseph Cao is the first Vietnamese original to be a member of the U.S. Congress. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5J2
October 01, 2009
Fresh graffiti adorns a tsunami-damaged vehicle near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western Samoa...
LALOMANU, Samoa
Fresh graffiti adorns a tsunami-damaged vehicle near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western Samoa
Fresh graffiti adorns a tsunami-damaged vehicle near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Four powerful tsunamis generated by a huge undersea quake crashed into Samoa and American Samoa on Tuesday, destroying in minutes a paradise of palm trees, resorts and pristine beaches. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5IZ
October 01, 2009
Samoan men clear rubble in the tsunami-damaged village of Vaigalu on the southern coast of Western Samoa...
LALOMANU, Samoa
Samoan men clear rubble in the tsunami-damaged village of Vaigalu on the southern coast of Western Samoa...
Samoan men clear rubble in the tsunami-damaged village of Vaigalu on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Four powerful tsunamis generated by a huge undersea quake crashed into Samoa and American Samoa on Tuesday, destroying in minutes a paradise of palm trees, resorts and pristine beaches. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5HG
October 01, 2009
A Samoan man walks through debris of his neighbourhood near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western...
LALOMANU, Samoa
A Samoan man walks through debris of his neighbourhood near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western...
A Samoan man walks through debris of his neighbourhood near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009, as he looks for a matching shoe. His village was destroyed by a tsunami, one in a series that smashed into the Pacific island nations of American and Western Samoa. The tsunamis have killed possibly more than 100 people, destroying villages and injuring hundreds, officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5EE
October 01, 2009
A woman watches a U.S. Navy helicopter search the coast line near the village of Leone on the west side...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
A woman watches U.S. Navy helicopter search coast line near village of Leone on west side of American...
A woman watches a U.S. Navy helicopter search the coast line near the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa one day after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island, September 30, 2009. Rescuers pulled bodies from the mud and twisted rubble and fished bloated corpses from the South Pacifc's blue sea off Samoa on Wednesday as the death toll from a series of tsunamis continued to rise. Four powerful tsunamis generated by a huge undersea quake crashed into Samoa and neighbouring American Samoa on Tuesday, destroying in minutes what was a South Pacific paradise of palm trees, resorts and pristine beaches.

REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER SOCIETY)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5ED
October 01, 2009
Tasi Laupa searches in the mangroves for a six-year-old boy that is missing from the village of Leone...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Laupa searches in the mangroves for a six-year-old boy that is missing from the village of Leone on the...
Tasi Laupa searches in the mangroves for a six-year-old boy that is missing from the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa September 30, 2009, one day after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5E6
October 01, 2009
A family picture lies in the mud near the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa September...
LEONE, UNITED STATES
A family picture lies in the mud near the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa
A family picture lies in the mud near the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa September 30, 2009, one day after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5E5
October 01, 2009
A man searches through debris for a six-year-old boy missing from the village of Leone on the west side...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
A man searches for missing boy on west side of American Samoa
A man searches through debris for a six-year-old boy missing from the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5DT
October 01, 2009
Visi Talafunga walks around her house in the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa after...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Woman walks around her house in village of Leone on west side of American Samoa after earthquake caused...
Visi Talafunga walks around her house in the village of Leone on the west side of American Samoa after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5DR
October 01, 2009
Debris float in a stream at Leone village on the west side of American Samoa after an earthquake caused...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
Debris float in stream at Leone village on west side of American Samoa after earthquake caused tsunami...
Debris float in a stream at Leone village on the west side of American Samoa after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5AK
October 01, 2009
An empty suitcase is seen as Samoan police for tsunami victims on a beach in Matavai on the southern...
MATAVAI, Samoa
An empty suitcase is seen as Samoan police for tsunami victims on a beach in Matavai
An empty suitcase is seen as Samoan police for tsunami victims on a beach in Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5A7
October 01, 2009
A Australian passport lies atop a pile of foreign and local passports of tsunami victims, recovered at...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Passports of tsunami victims are seen in destroyed resort in Matavai in Western Samoa
A Australian passport lies atop a pile of foreign and local passports of tsunami victims, recovered at a destroyed resort in Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5A5
October 01, 2009
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Samoan police carry body of tsunami victim near Matavai in Western Samoa
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5A3
October 01, 2009
A boy gestures in front of a pickup truck destroyed by a tsunami near Lalomanu on the southern coast...
LALOMANU, Samoa
A boy gestures in front of a pickup truck destroyed by a tsunami near Lalomanu
A boy gestures in front of a pickup truck destroyed by a tsunami near Lalomanu on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5A1
October 01, 2009
A volunteer searches for tsunami victims and identification documents at a destroyed resort in Matavai...
MATAVAI, Samoa
A volunteer searches for tsunami victims and identification documents at destroyed resort in Matavai
A volunteer searches for tsunami victims and identification documents at a destroyed resort in Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP5A0
October 01, 2009
Samoan policemen use sticks to search under the sand for tsumani victims on a beach at Matavai on the...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Samoan policemen use sticks to search under the sand for tsumani victims on a beach at Matavai on the...
Samoan policemen use sticks to search under the sand for tsumani victims on a beach at Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP59Q
October 01, 2009
A Red Cross volunteer watches as Samoan police carry out a search for tsunami victims on a beach at Matavai...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Red Cross volunteer watches as Samoan police carry out search for tsunami victims on beach at Matavai...
A Red Cross volunteer watches as Samoan police carry out a search for tsunami victims on a beach at Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP596
October 01, 2009
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast...
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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RTXP595
October 01, 2009
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast...
MATAVAI, Samoa
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast...
Samoan police carry the body of a tsunami victim found in the water near Matavai on the southern coast of Western Samoa September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (WESTERN SAMOA DISASTER)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56Y
October 01, 2009
An American Samoan youth walks along the shore in Pago Pago Harbor, wearing a shirt around his face as...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
American Samoan youth walks along shore in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake caused tsunami on island...
An American Samoan youth walks along the shore in Pago Pago Harbor, wearing a shirt around his face as a mask to protect himself from dust and debris, after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
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October 01, 2009
Villagers watch as rescue workers carry the body of a girl that was found floating in Pago Pago Harbor...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
Villagers watch as rescue workers carry body of girl that found floating in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake...
Villagers watch as rescue workers carry the body of a girl that was found floating in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56S
October 01, 2009
A sailboat sits on the dock in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of...
PAGO PAGO, American Samoa
A sailboat sits on the dock in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of...
A sailboat sits on the dock in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56O
October 01, 2009
Damaged cars are piled up in a drainage ditch in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Damaged cars are piled up in a drainage ditch in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake tsunami on island...
Damaged cars are piled up in a drainage ditch in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56L
October 01, 2009
Rescue workers carry the body of a girl that was found floating in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Rescue workers carry body of girl found floating in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake caused tsunami...
Rescue workers carry the body of a girl that was found floating in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56J
October 01, 2009
A car hangs from the wall of a building in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
A car hangs from wall of building in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake caused tsunami on island of American...
A car hangs from the wall of a building in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56I
October 01, 2009
A woman walks through the debris in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
A woman walks through debris in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of...
A woman walks through the debris in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
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October 01, 2009
A man carrying his child walks past a boat that was washed ashore in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
A man carrying his child walks past a boat that was washed ashore in Pago Pago Harbor
A man carrying his child walks past a boat that was washed ashore in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry(AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP56D
October 01, 2009
Villagers walk around debris and a house that was smashed by a tsunami in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Villagers walk around debris and a house that was smashed by a tsunami in Pago Pago Harbor
Villagers walk around debris and a house that was smashed by a tsunami in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing more than 100 people, flattening villages and leaving thousands homeless. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
QUAKE/PACIFIC
RTXP568
October 01, 2009
Joe Smith of Pasadena, California, cleans up a boat that was washed onto shore in Pago Pago Harbor after...
PAGO PAGO, UNITED STATES
Man cleans up a boat that was washed onto shore in Pago Pago Harbor after earthquake caused tsunami on...
Joe Smith of Pasadena, California, cleans up a boat that was washed onto shore in Pago Pago Harbor after an earthquake caused a tsunami on the island of American Samoa, September 30, 2009. Relief workers in American Samoa and Samoa searched for survivors on Thursday after a series of tsunamis smashed into the tiny Pacific islands, killing possibly more than 100 people and flattening villages. REUTERS/Hugh Gentry (AMERICAN SAMOA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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