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PERU/
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March 01, 2013
Peru's Trade and Tourism Minister Jose Luis Silva (C) shakes hands with Garrett Hand as Jamie Neal looks...
Lima, Peru
Peru's Trade and Tourism Minister Luis Silva shakes hands with Hand as Neal looks on during a news conference...
Peru's Trade and Tourism Minister Jose Luis Silva (C) shakes hands with Garrett Hand as Jamie Neal looks on during a news conference in Lima March 1, 2013. Neal and Hand, a couple from Oakland, California, were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while on a cycling trip through Peru. The couple embarked on an open-ended bicycle tour of South America in late November last year. Relatives said that after hearing from the couple regularly, all communication from the pair stopped on January 25, along with activity on their bank accounts. At the time, the couple were travelling to Lima from Cusco, a mountainous region near the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu, where U.S. tourists were recently advised of kidnapping risks linked to a turf war between government forces and Maoist Shining Path rebels. Peruvian officials launched a search for Neal and Hand shortly after they were reported missing and announced on Tuesday that the couple were found safe in Angoteros, Peru, on a boat up the Napo River headed for Ecuador. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL MEDIA POLITICS BUSINESS)
PERU/
RTR3EGOB
March 01, 2013
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped...
Lima, Peru
Neal and Hand, a Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while on a cycling...
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while on a cycling trip through Peru, hold a news conference in Lima March 1, 2013. The couple from Oakland, California, embarked on an open-ended bicycle tour of South America in late November last year. Relatives said that after hearing from the couple regularly, all communication from the pair stopped on January 25, along with activity on their bank accounts. At the time, the couple were travelling to Lima from Cusco, a mountainous region near the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu, where U.S. tourists were recently advised of kidnapping risks linked to a turf war between government forces and Maoist Shining Path rebels. Peruvian officials launched a search for Neal and Hand shortly after they were reported missing and announced on Tuesday that the couple were found safe in Angoteros, Peru, on a boat up the Napo River headed for Ecuador. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY TRAVEL)
PERU/
RTR3EGO6
March 01, 2013
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared...
Lima, Peru
Neal and Hand, a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while...
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while on a cycling trip through Peru, laugh as they speak to the media at a conference in Lima March 1, 2013. The couple from Oakland, California, embarked on an open-ended bicycle tour of South America in late November last year. Relatives said that after hearing from the couple regularly, all communication from the pair stopped on January 25, along with activity on their bank accounts. At the time, the couple were travelling to Lima from Cusco, a mountainous region near the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu, where U.S. tourists were recently advised of kidnapping risks linked to a turf war between government forces and Maoist Shining Path rebels. Peruvian officials launched a search for Neal and Hand shortly after they were reported missing and announced on Tuesday that the couple were found safe in Angoteros, Peru, on a boat up the Napo River headed for Ecuador. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: MEDIA SPORT CYCLING TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
PERU/
RTR3EGO5
March 01, 2013
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared...
Lima, Peru
Neal and Hand, a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while...
Jamie Neal and Garrett Hand (L), a young Californian couple who were reported to be missing and feared kidnapped while on a cycling trip through Peru, kiss during a news conference in Lima March 1, 2013. The couple from Oakland, California, embarked on an open-ended bicycle tour of South America in late November last year. Relatives said that after hearing from the couple regularly, all communication from the pair stopped on January 25, along with activity on their bank accounts. At the time, the couple were travelling to Lima from Cusco, a mountainous region near the ancient Incan city of Machu Picchu, where U.S. tourists were recently advised of kidnapping risks linked to a turf war between government forces and Maoist Shining Path rebels. Peruvian officials launched a search for Neal and Hand shortly after they were reported missing and announced on Tuesday that the couple were found safe in Angoteros, Peru, on a boat up the Napo River headed for Ecuador. REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil (PERU - Tags: MEDIA SPORT CYCLING TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHEVRON/
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April 25, 2007
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, emerges from Chevron's annual...
San Ramon, UNITED STATES
Ecuadorian tribal leader Humberto Piaguaje emerges from oil company shareholder meeting in California...
Humberto Piaguaje (R), leader of the indigenous Secoya nation of Ecuador, emerges from Chevron's annual shareholder meeting in San Ramon, California, April 25, 2007. Demonstrators outside the meeting protested on behalf of Indians in Ecuador who accuse Chevron's Texaco subsidiary of dumping oil-laden water into the environment in Ecuador from 1972 to 1992. Texaco merged with Chevron in 2001 and the company denies any wrongdoing. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES)
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