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PEOPLE-STEVEIRWIN/STAR
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April 26, 2018
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Late Steve Irwin honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda Angelina during the posthumous unveiling of a star for television personality and nature enthusiast Steve Irwin on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
PEOPLE-STEVEIRWIN/STAR
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April 26, 2018
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Late Steve Irwin honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda Angelina during the posthumous unveiling of a star for television personality and nature enthusiast Steve Irwin on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
PEOPLE-STEVEIRWIN/STAR
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April 26, 2018
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Late Steve Irwin honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda Angelina during the posthumous unveiling of a star for television personality and nature enthusiast Steve Irwin on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
PEOPLE-STEVEIRWIN/STAR
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April 26, 2018
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, and Wes Mannion, Director...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Late Steve Irwin honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, and Wes Mannion, Director of Australia Zoo and Wildlife, pose with anaconda Angelina during the posthumous unveiling of a star for television personality and nature enthusiast Steve Irwin on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
PEOPLE-STEVEIRWIN/STAR
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April 26, 2018
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Late Steve Irwin honored with star on Hollywood Walk of Fame
Terri Irwin, wife of late Steve Irwin, and Bindi and Robert Irwin, Irwin's children, pose with anaconda Angelina during the posthumous unveiling of a star for television personality and nature enthusiast Steve Irwin on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, U.S., April 26, 2018. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
VENEZUELA-RELIGION/
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July 05, 2016
One long night every year in a mountainous rainforest in Venezuela, hundreds gather to dance on red-hot...
CHIVACOA, Venezuela
The Wider Image: Spirituality, a mountain goddess and African traditions
One long night every year in a mountainous rainforest in Venezuela, hundreds gather to dance on red-hot embers, enter trance-like states, and worship an ancient goddess known as Maria Lionza. Those who travel to the mountain known as Sorte in central Venezuela are practitioners of a cult that is built on local indigenous traditions. Followers say its rituals heal pain and can even cure disease. Legend holds that Maria Lionza, the daughter of an indigenous chief and a European colonizer, battled a massive anaconda until the serpent exploded - causing torrential rains that are typical of the jungle surrounding the Sorte mountain. Spiritual rituals that combine Roman Catholic teachings with African and indigenous legends are routinely practiced side-by-side with Christianity, primarily by Venezuela's working class. Santeria, a religion native to the Caribbean that combines the Yoruba traditions of West African slaves with Catholic teachings of Spanish colonizers, is also popular among those seeking spiritual guidance outside the Catholic church. REUTERS/Marco Bello SEARCH "SANTERIA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MUSIC-MTV/VMA
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August 31, 2015
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
MUSIC-MTV/VMA
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August 31, 2015
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
MUSIC-MTV/VMA
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August 31, 2015
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards...
Nicki Minaj accepts the award for best hip hop video for "Anaconda" at the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles, California August 30, 2015. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
MUSIC-MTV/AWARDS
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August 25, 2014
Nicki Minaj (R) performs "Anaconda" on stage during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California...
Inglewood, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj (R) performs "Anaconda" on stage during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)(MTV-SHOW)
MUSIC-MTV/AWARDS
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August 25, 2014
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August...
Inglewood, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (MTV-SHOW)
MUSIC-MTV/AWARDS
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August 25, 2014
Nicki Minaj (R) performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August...
Inglewood, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood
Nicki Minaj (R) performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (MTV-SHOW)
MUSIC-MTV/AWARDS
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August 25, 2014
Nicki Minaj (on floor) performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California...
Inglewood, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood
Nicki Minaj (on floor) performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (MTV-SHOW)
MUSIC-MTV/AWARDS
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August 25, 2014
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August...
Inglewood, UNITED STATES
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood
Nicki Minaj performs "Anaconda" during the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards in Inglewood, California August 24, 2014. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) (MTV-SHOW)
USA/
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June 09, 2013
Lisa Reyes, from the Bronx, carries a live Anaconda snake around her neck during the National Puerto...
New York, UNITED STATES
Lisa Reyes, from the Bronx, carries a live Anaconda snake around her neck during the National Puerto...
Lisa Reyes, from the Bronx, carries a live Anaconda snake around her neck during the National Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York June 9, 2013. REUTERS/Zoran Milich (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
SRILANKA/
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July 16, 2008
A zookeeper displays five-day-old Green Anacondas at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A zookeeper displays five-day-old Green Anacondas at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo
A zookeeper displays five-day-old Green Anacondas at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of them survived, zoo officials said. All were born within one hour of each other. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA/
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July 16, 2008
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of them survived, zoo officials said. All were born within one hour of each other. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA/
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July 16, 2008
Five-day-old Green Anacondas are placed in a pail at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
Five-day-old Green Anacondas are placed in a pail at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo
Five-day-old Green Anacondas are placed in a pail at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of them survived, zoo officials said. All were born within one hour of each other. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA/
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July 16, 2008
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of them survived, zoo officials said. All were born within one hour of each other. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
SRILANKA/
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July 16, 2008
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July...
Colombo, Sri Lanka
A worker displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo
A zookeeper displays a five-day-old Green Anaconda at the National Zoological Gardens in Colombo July 16, 2008. The snake's mother, who was brought to Sri Lanka from the Czech Republic five years ago, had given birth to 23 baby anacondas but only 20 of them survived, zoo officials said. All were born within one hour of each other. REUTERS/Anuruddha Lokuhapuarachchi (SRI LANKA)
GERMANY/
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December 04, 2007
Two Yellow Anacondas (Eunectes Notaeus) are pictured in a terrarium at Berlin zoo December 4, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal...
Berlin, Germany
Two Yellow Anacondas (Eunectes Notaeus) are pictured in a terrarium at Berlin zoo
Two Yellow Anacondas (Eunectes Notaeus) are pictured in a terrarium at Berlin zoo December 4, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY)
IRAQ/
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June 04, 2007
The U.S. commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, speaks during an awarding ceremony for helicopter...
Baghdad, Iraq
The U.S. commander in Iraq, General Petraeus, speaks during an awarding ceremony for helicopter crews...
The U.S. commander in Iraq, General David Petraeus, speaks during an awarding ceremony for helicopter crews in Camp Anaconda, north of Baghdad June 4, 2007. Three U.S. helicopter crews were honoured on Monday for bravery under fire for coming to the aid of a helicopter that was shot down, which killed 12 soldiers in one of the worst crashes of the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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June 04, 2007
U.S. commander in Iraq General David Petraeus (L) signs an autograph for awardee U.S. soldier SGT Eddie...
Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. commander in Iraq General Petraeus signs an autograph for awardee U.S. soldier SGT Jeselink in Camp...
U.S. commander in Iraq General David Petraeus (L) signs an autograph for awardee U.S. soldier SGT Eddie Ray Jeselink during an awarding ceremony in Camp Anaconda, north of Baghdad June 4, 2007. Three U.S. helicopter crews were honoured on Monday for bravery under fire for coming to the aid of a helicopter that was shot down, which killed 12 soldiers in one of the worst crashes of the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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June 04, 2007
U.S. military officer Major General James Simmons (R) gives a medal certificate to U.S. soldier SPC David...
Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. Major General Simmons gives a medal certificate to U.S. soldier SPC Carnahan during an awarding...
U.S. military officer Major General James Simmons (R) gives a medal certificate to U.S. soldier SPC David Carnahan during an awarding ceremony in Camp Anaconda, north of Baghdad June 4, 2007. Three U.S. helicopter crews were honoured on Monday for bravery under fire for coming to the aid of a helicopter that was shot down, which killed 12 soldiers in one of the worst crashes of the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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June 04, 2007
U.S. soldiers (L-R) SPC Kevin Bomhard, CW3 Jerry Sartin, SPC Carl Perkinson and CW2 Thomas Schroeder...
Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. soldiers display their medal certificates during an awarding ceremony in Camp Anaconda
U.S. soldiers (L-R) SPC Kevin Bomhard, CW3 Jerry Sartin, SPC Carl Perkinson and CW2 Thomas Schroeder display their medal certificates during an awarding ceremony in Camp Anaconda, north of Baghdad June 4, 2007. Three U.S. helicopter crews were honoured on Monday for bravery under fire for coming to the aid of a helicopter that was shot down, which killed 12 soldiers in one of the worst crashes of the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
IRAQ/
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June 04, 2007
U.S. military officer Major General James Simmons (R) pins a silver star medal to U.S. soldier CWO3 Jerry...
Baghdad, Iraq
U.S. Major General Simmons pins a silver star medal to U.S. soldier CWO3 Sartin during an awarding ceremony...
U.S. military officer Major General James Simmons (R) pins a silver star medal to U.S. soldier CWO3 Jerry Sartin during an awarding ceremony at Camp Anaconda, north of Baghdad June 4, 2007. Three U.S. helicopter crews were honoured on Monday for bravery under fire for coming to the aid of a helicopter that was shot down, which killed 12 soldiers in one of the worst crashes of the Iraq war. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ)
Oddly Enough
Oddly Enough
15-Foot Anaconda Killed - 09 Feb 2007
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NAYCHAPI
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November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium...
London, UK
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium.....
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils.
BRITAIN
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November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium Bridge in London....
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium Bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/James Grimstead ASA/MD
BRITAIN
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November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London....
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, prepares to perform a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium Bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/James Grimstead ASA/MD
BRITAIN
RTRF2TB
November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London.
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
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November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London.
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
RTRF2SY
November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London.
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty KD/ASA/WS
BRITAIN
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November 05, 2004
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium...
London, UK
Ecuadorian shaman performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London.
Tzaramenda Naychapi, an Ecuadorian shaman, performs a traditional healing ceremony on the Millennium bridge in London, November 5, 2004. The shaman, the first ever to be granted leave from his homeland, invoked the spirit of the anaconda to rid London of its evils. REUTERS/Kieran Doherty PP04110032 ODLY KD/ASA/WS
BRAZIL JAPAN
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September 15, 2004
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi observes a stuffed anaconda while visiting a museum on the...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Japanese PM Koizumi observes a stuffed anaconda in a Sao Paulo museum.
Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi observes a stuffed anaconda while visiting a museum on the history of Japanese immigration to Brazil, in Sao Paulo, September 15, 2004. Koizumi is in Brazil for a three-day state visit. REUTERS/Rickey Rogers RR
IRAQ
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August 17, 2004
An OH-58 Delta Kiowa Warrior Helicopter from Task Force Attack, provides close air support for soldiers...
Baghdad
U.S. helicopter provides air support for soldiers conducting an operation in north Baghdad.
An OH-58 Delta Kiowa Warrior Helicopter from Task Force Attack, provides close air support for soldiers from 2nd Brigade, Bravo Company, New York National Guard, as they sweep caverns and mountain sides during Operation Anaconda Strike II, north of the Iraqi capital Baghdad August 17, 2004. U.S. tanks advanced to within 800 yards of the Imam Ali mosque in the Iraqi city of Najaf on Sunday after talks on surrendering control of the shrine at the center of an 18-day siege ran into trouble. Picture taken August 17, 2004. REUTERS/HO/US Air Force/Sgt. Scott HH/ACM
BRAZIL
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June 27, 2003
Brazilian army soldier holds an Anaconda during a jungle war exercise in Tabatinga, northern Amazon state,...
Tabatinga, Brazil
Brazilian army soldier holds an Anaconda during a jungle war exercise in Tabatinga, northern Amazon .....
Brazilian army soldier holds an Anaconda during a jungle war exercise in Tabatinga, northern Amazon state, June 27, 2003. "Operation Timbo" is a joint exercise of the Brazilian army, navy and air force with the aim to protect the country's Amazon region.
BRAZIL AMAZON
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June 27, 2003
Brazilian army soldier holds an Anaconda during a jungle war exercise
in Tabatinga, northern Amazon...
Tabatinga, Brazil -
BRAZILIAN ARMY SOLDIER HOLDS AN ANACONDA IN TABATINGA.
Brazilian army soldier holds an Anaconda during a jungle war exercise
in Tabatinga, northern Amazon state, June 27, 2003. "Operation Timbo"
is a joint exercise of the Brazilian army, navy and air force with the
aim to protect the country's Amazon region. REUTERS/Jamil Bittar

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AFGHANISTAN
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June 02, 2003
U.S. soldiers of the 82nd Airborne ride in a Chinook helicopter, June
2, 2003 at the start of Operation...
Bagram, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
U.S. SOLDIERS OF THE 82ND AIRBORNE RIDE IN A CHINOOK HELICOPTER IN
BAGRAM.
U.S. soldiers of the 82nd Airborne ride in a Chinook helicopter, June
2, 2003 at the start of Operation Dragon Fury in Bagram, Afghanistan.
The operation took place in the Showi Kowt mountains in eastern
Afghanistan, in the same vicinity as Operation Anaconda, and was the
largest since that March 2002 mission. REUTERS/Pool

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AFGHANISTAN
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June 02, 2003
U.S. soldiers of the 82nd Airborne march through the Showi Kowt
mountains, Afghanistan June 2, 2003...
Showi Kowt Mountains, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
U.S. SOLDIERS OF 82ND AIRBORNE MARCH THROUGH SHOWI KOWT MOUNTAINS,
AFGHANISTAN.
U.S. soldiers of the 82nd Airborne march through the Showi Kowt
mountains, Afghanistan June 2, 2003 during the start of Operation
Dragon Fury in eastern Afghanistan. The objective of the operation,
which took place in the same vicinity as Operation Anaconda, and was
the largest since that March 2002 mission, was to capture remaining
Taliban and Al Qaeda forces rumored to be working in the region.
REUTERS/Pool

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AFGHANISTAN
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April 08, 2002
US Soldiers of the 2nd 187 Battalion Infantry listen to Major General
Richard Cody, Commander of the...
Bagram, Afghanistan
US SOLDIERS OF THE 2ND 187 BATTALION INFANTRY LISTEN TO MAJOR GENERAL
RICHARD CODY.
US Soldiers of the 2nd 187 Battalion Infantry listen to Major General
Richard Cody, Commander of the 101st Airborne Division speak at the
Bagram Air Base April 8, 2002 following Operation Anaconda Awards
Ceremony. Afghan Defense Minister Mohammad Fahim survived an
assassination attempt and Kabul was hit by a possible new rocket attack
on Monday as fragile Afghanistan appeared headed for a fresh wave of
violence. REUTERS/Peter Andrews

PA
AFGHANISTAN
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April 08, 2002
Soldiers of the 2nd 187 Battalion Infantry listen to St Major at the
Bagram Air Base April 8, 2002 following...
Bagram, Afghanistan
SOLDIERS OF THE 2ND 187 BATTALION LISTEN TO ST MAJOR.
Soldiers of the 2nd 187 Battalion Infantry listen to St Major at the
Bagram Air Base April 8, 2002 following Operation Anaconda Awards
Ceremony. Afghan Defence Minister Mohammad Fahim survived an
assassination attempt and Kabul was hit by a

possible new rocket attack on Monday as fragile Afghanistan appeared
headed for a fresh wave of violence.
AFGHANISTAN
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April 08, 2002
Major General Richard Cody, Commander of the 101st Airborne Division
speaks to the soldiers of the 2nd...
Bagram, Afghanistan
MAJOR GENERAL RICHARD CODY SPEAKS TO SOLDIERS AT BAGRAM.
Major General Richard Cody, Commander of the 101st Airborne Division
speaks to the soldiers of the 2nd 187 Battalion Infantry at the Bagram
Air Base April 8, 2002 prior to Operation Anaconda Awards Ceremony.
Afghan Defence Minister ohammad

Fahim survived an assassination attempt and Kabul was hit by a possible
new rocket attack on Monday as fragile Afghanistan appeared headed for
a fresh wave of violence.
AFGHANISTAN HAGENBECK
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March 23, 2002
Sgt. Preston Ring, a soldier from the U.S. 101st Airborne Division,
shows Major General Frank L. Hagenbeck...
Kandahar, Afghanistan
MAJOR GENERAL HAGENBECK VIEWS REPAIRS TO DAMAGED EQUIPMENT IN KANDAHAR.
Sgt. Preston Ring, a soldier from the U.S. 101st Airborne Division,
shows Major General Frank L. Hagenbeck the work being done on a
helicopter damaged during Operation Anaconda at the U.S. Air Base
Kandahar in Afghanistan, Saturday, March 23, 2002. REUTERS/POOL/Mikhail
Metzel

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
Four US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division stand in front of flags as they await the arrival...
Bagram, Afghanistan
Four US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division stand in front of flags as they await the arri.....
Four US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division stand in front of flags as they await the arrival of [General Tommy Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command], at Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. [Franks pinned Bronze Stars, two with valour, for their part in "Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains in eastern Afghanistan. From left to right are: Staff Sergeant Michael Peterson, 87th Infantry; Staff Sergeant Randel Perez, 87th Infantry; Staff Sergeant Dwayne Simms, 87th Infantry and Staff Sergeant David Hruban, 87th Infantry.]
AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
Canadian soldiers of the 3rd Battalion in the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) leave...
Bagram, Afghanistan
Canadian soldiers of the 3rd Battalion in the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) le.....
Canadian soldiers of the 3rd Battalion in the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) leave a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook helicopter March 18, 2002 at Bagram base, north of Kabul. [The soldiers are the last to arrive back at the base from "Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains, eastern Afghanistan. The Canadian troops led US Army troops in cave searching operations to locate rouge remnants of Taliban and Al-Qeada fighters.]
FRANKS
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (R), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, greets soldiers of the 10th Mountain...
Bagram, Afghanistan
General Tommy Franks (R), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, greets soldiers of the 10th .....
General Tommy Franks (R), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, greets soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division during a visit to the Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. [Franks, in overall charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan, said on Monday that "Operation Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours."]
FRANKS
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L) Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, clasps the hand of US Army...
Bagram, Afghanistan
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L) Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, clasps the hand of US Am.....
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L) Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, clasps the hand of US Army Private Heather Brewer, 18, of Toldeo, OH as he greets soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division during a visit to the Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. [Franks pinned Bronze Stars on four 10th Mountain soldiers for their part in "Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains.]
FRANKS
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, joins the ranks of US Army...
Bagram, Afghanistan
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, joins the ranks of US A.....
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, joins the ranks of US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division as they bow their heads during a short prayer said during a ceremony on Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. [Franks pinned Bronze Stars on four 10th Mountain soldiers for their part in "Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains. Franks, in overall charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan, said on Monday that "Operation Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours,"]
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March 18, 2002
Four US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division stand in front of
flags as they await the arrival...
Bagram, Afghanistan
US SOLDIERS AT BAGRAM BASE STAND DURING MEDAL CEREMONY.
Four US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division stand in front of
flags as they await the arrival of General Tommy Franks, Commander in
Chief of the US Central Command, at Bagram base north of Kabul March
18, 2002. Franks pinned Bronze Stars, two with valour, for their part
in "Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains in eastern
Afghanistan. From left to right are: Staff Sergeant Michael Peterson,
87th Infantry; Staff Sergeant Randel Perez, 87th Infantry; Staff
Sergeant Dwayne Simms, 87th Infantry and Staff Sergeant David Hruban,
87th Infantry. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
Canadian soldiers of the 3rd Battalion in the Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) leave...
Bagram, Afghanistan
CANADIAN SOLDIERS ARRIVE TO BAGRAM FROM SHAHI KOT.
Canadian soldiers of the 3rd Battalion in the Princess Patricia's
Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) leave a U.S. Army CH-47 Chinook
helicopter March 18, 2002 at Bagram base, north of Kabul. The soldiers
are the last to arrive back at the base from "Operation Anaconda" in
the Shahi Kot mountains, eastern Afghanistan. The Canadian troops led
US Army troops in cave searching operations to locate rouge remnants of
Taliban and Al-Qeada fighters. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
Soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division cheer and clap for General Tommy
Franks, Commander in Chief of...
Bagram, Afghanistan
US ARMY SOLDIERS CHEER GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS ON BAGRAM BASE.
Soldiers in the 10th Mountain Division cheer and clap for General Tommy
Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command, as he arrives in
a hangar in Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002, for a medal
ceremony. Franks, in overall charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan,
said on Monday that "Operation Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours."
REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (R), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
greets soldiers of the 10th...
Bagram, Afghanistan
GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS GREETS SOLDIERS ON BAGRAM BASE.
General Tommy Franks (R), Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
greets soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division during a visit to the
Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. Franks, in overall charge of
coalition forces in Afghanistan, said on Monday that "Operation
Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours."REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L) Commander in Chief of the US Central
Command, clasps the hand of US Army...
Bagram, Afghanistan
GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS GREETS FEMALE US ARMY SOLDIER AT BAGRAM BASE.
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L) Commander in Chief of the US Central
Command, clasps the hand of US Army Private Heather Brewer, 18, of
Toldeo, OH as he greets soldiers of the 10th Mountain Division during a
visit to the Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. Franks pinned
Bronze Stars on four 10th Mountain soldiers for their part in
"Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains. REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L), Commander in Chief of the US Central
Command, joins the ranks of US Army...
Bagram, Afghanistan
GENERAL TOMMY TOMMY FRANKS JOINS ARMY SOLDIERS IN PRAYER ON BAGRAM
BASE.
General Tommy Franks (2nd, L), Commander in Chief of the US Central
Command, joins the ranks of US Army soldiers from the 10th Mountain
Division as they bow their heads during a short prayer said during a
ceremony on Bagram base north of Kabul March 18, 2002. Franks pinned
Bronze Stars on four 10th Mountain soldiers for their part in
"Operation Anaconda" in the Shahi Kot mountains. Franks, in overall
charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan, said on Monday that
"Operation Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours," REUTERS/Jim
Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
pins the Bronze Star with valour...
Bagram, Afghanistan
GENERAL TOMMY FRANKS PINS BRONZE STAR ON SOLDIER AT BAGRAM BASE.
General Tommy Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
pins the Bronze Star with valour on the chest of Staff Sargeant Randel
Perez of the 87th Infantry in the 10th Mountain Division during an
awards ceremony March 18, 2002 on the Bagram base north of Kabul.
Franks, in overall charge of coalition forces in Afghanistan, said on
Monday that "Operation Anaconda will be completed in 12 hours". Four US
Army soldiers received Bronze Star medals, two with valour, today for
their achievements in Operation Anaconda"in the Shahi Kot mountains.
REUTERS/Jim Hollander

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AFGHANISTAN
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March 18, 2002
General Tommy Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
salutes US Army Staff Sergeant Dwayne...
Bagram, Afghanistan
GENERAL TOMMY FRAANKS SALUTES IN AWARDS CEREMONY IN BAGRAM.
General Tommy Franks, Commander in Chief of the US Central Command,
salutes US Army Staff Sergeant Dwayne Simms of the 87th Infantry in the
10th Mountain Division during an awards ceremony March 18, 2002 on the
Bagram base north of Kabul. Franks, in overall charge of coalition
forces in Afghanistan, said on Monday that "Operation Anaconda will be
completed in 12 hours,"

REUTERS/Jim Hollander
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March 18, 2002
United States 10th Mountain Division CSM Dennis Carey from
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania walks past a body...
Eastern Afghanistan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
US SOLDIER WALKS PAST KILLED ENEMY FIGHTER IN AFGHANISTAN.
United States 10th Mountain Division CSM Dennis Carey from
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania walks past a body of an al Qaeda or Taliban
fighter who lays near an encampment that was hit by U.S. fire, March
17, 2002 on the mountain top known as the "Whale" in the Shahikot
valley region of eastern Afghanistan. The man was killed during
Operation Anaconda as coalition troops pursue al Qaeda and Taliban in
Afghanistan. REUTERS/POOL/Joe Raedle

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March 18, 2002
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Fenty prepares to get on a
Chinook helicopter as he shields...
Eastern Afghanistan, United States of America
US SOLDIER PREPARES TP BOARD HELICOPTER IN AFGHANISTAN.
United States 10th Mountain Division Major Fenty prepares to get on a
Chinook helicopter as he shields his face from the blowing dust, March
17, 2002 in the Shahikot valley region of eastern Afghanistan. The
Major was part of the last contingent of Americans being pulled out of
the valley as Operation Harpoon comes to a close but Operation Anaconda
continues as coalition troops pursue al Qaeda and Taliban in
Afghanistan. REUTERS/POOL/Joe Raedle

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March 17, 2002
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battalion Corp. Danny
Proctor from Thunder bay, Ontario...
Eastern Afghanistan, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
CANADIAN SOLDIER ON MOUNTAIN IN AFGHANISTAN.
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry Battalion Corp. Danny
Proctor from Thunder bay, Ontario sits in his position as a United
States Army Chinook lands to pickup troops, March 17, 2002 on the
mountain known as the "Whale" in the Shahikot valley region of eastern
Afghanistan. The troops were heading back to Bagram airbase as
Operation Harpoon comes to a close, but Operation Anaconda continues as
coalition troops pursue al Qaeda and Taliban in Afghanistan.
REUTERS/POOL/Joe Raedle

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