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IRAN/
RTR1QM2H
June 09, 2007
Men wait for a road, which was damaged by floodwaters, to reopen at the Jusk sea port, 2000km (1240 miles),...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Men wait for a road, which was damaged by floodwaters, to reopen at the Jusk sea port, in the wake of...
Men wait for a road, which was damaged by floodwaters, to reopen at the Jusk sea port, 2000km (1240 miles), southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF/
RTR1QM29
June 09, 2007
A man talks on his mobile phone as he waits for a road, which was damaged by floodwaters, to reopen at...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man talks on his mobile phone in Jusk sea port as he waits for a road to reopen
A man talks on his mobile phone as he waits for a road, which was damaged by floodwaters, to reopen at the Jusk sea port, 2000km (1240 miles), southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QM1A
June 09, 2007
Cars are stranded on a road damaged by floodwaters, near the Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles), southeast...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Cars are stranded on a road damaged by floodwaters, near the Jusk sea port in the wake of Cyclone Gonu....
Cars are stranded on a road damaged by floodwaters, near the Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles), southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF/
RTR1QM0P
June 09, 2007
A family returns to their home in Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Family return to their home in Jusk sea port in wake of Cyclone Gonu
A family returns to their home in Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QM06
June 08, 2007
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran,...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port
A man cleans a road damaged by floodwaters near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007 in the wake of Cyclone Gonu. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLZI
June 08, 2007
A truck of Iran's Red Crescent Society carrying aid crosses a road damaged by flood waters near Jusk...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Truck of Iran's Red Crescent Society carrying aid crosses road damaged by flood waters near Jusk sea...
A truck of Iran's Red Crescent Society carrying aid crosses a road damaged by flood waters near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles), southeast of Tehran in the wake of Cyclone Gonu, June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLYZ
June 08, 2007
A man rides a motorcycle as he tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport,...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man rides a motorcycle as he tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport...
A man rides a motorcycle as he tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLYX
June 08, 2007
A truck belonging to Iran's Red Crescent Society that is transporting aid moves along a road that is...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A truck belonging to Iran's Red Crescent Society moves along a road that is damaged by floodwaters near...
A truck belonging to Iran's Red Crescent Society that is transporting aid moves along a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLYU
June 08, 2007
Members of Iran's Red Crescent Society stand on a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport,...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Members of Iran's Red Crescent Society stand on a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport...
Members of Iran's Red Crescent Society stand on a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLYT
June 08, 2007
A man tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport
A man tries to cross a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/
RTR1QLYR
June 08, 2007
People gather around a car that fell off a bridge during a rainstorm near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
People gather around a car that fell off a bridge during a rainstorm near Jusk seaport
People gather around a car that fell off a bridge during a rainstorm near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-GULF/CYCLONE
RTR1QLYP
June 08, 2007
A man tries to cross a flooded road damaged by Cyclone Gonu near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
A man tries to cross a flooded road damaged by Cyclone Gonu near Jusk seaport
A man tries to cross a flooded road damaged by Cyclone Gonu near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER-CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QLYK
June 08, 2007
Local men wait to open a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Local men wait to open a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport
Local men wait to open a road that is damaged by floodwaters near Jusk seaport, 2,000 km (1,240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 8, 2007. Cyclone Gonu's power was waning on Friday, after it killed at least 54 people and wrought damage in energy producers Oman and Iran earlier in the week. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER- CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QKLZ
June 07, 2007
A family returns to their home in Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Family returns to their home in Jusk sea port in the wake of Cyclone Gonu
A family returns to their home in Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 7, 2007. Cyclone Gonu waned into a storm as it passed into a major oil shipping route toward Iran on Thursday, but killed 28 people and left a trail of destruction that halted Oman's oil and gas exports for a third day. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER -CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QKKZ
June 07, 2007
A road damaged by flood waters is seen near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles), southeast in the wake...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Road damaged by flood waters is seen near Jusk sea port
A road damaged by flood waters is seen near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles), southeast in the wake of Cyclone Gonu, June 7, 2007. Cyclone Gonu waned into a storm as it passed into a major oil shipping route toward Iran on Thursday, but killed 28 people and left a trail of destruction that halted Oman's oil and gas exports for a third day. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER- CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QKKU
June 07, 2007
An Iranian man who left his shop near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian man works in his shop southeast of Tehran
An Iranian man who left his shop near Jusk sea port, 2000 km (1240 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu, returns to work in his shop June 7, 2007. Cyclone Gonu waned into a storm as it passed into a major oil shipping route toward Iran on Thursday, but killed 28 people and left a trail of destruction that halted Oman's oil and gas exports for a third day. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER -CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QKKP
June 07, 2007
A worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1330 km (830 miles) southeast of...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas
A worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1330 km (830 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 7, 2007. Cyclone Gonu waned into a storm as it passed into a major oil shipping route toward Iran on Thursday, but killed 28 people and left a trail of destruction that halted Oman's oil and gas exports for a third day. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
WEATHER- CYCLONE/GULF
RTR1QKKK
June 07, 2007
A worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1330 km (830 miles) southeast of...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas
A worker clears uprooted trees in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1330 km (830 miles) southeast of Tehran, in the wake of Cyclone Gonu June 7, 2007. Cyclone Gonu waned into a storm as it passed into a major oil shipping route toward Iran on Thursday, but killed 28 people and left a trail of destruction that halted Oman's oil and gas exports for a third day. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LDMU
January 19, 2007
United States wrestler Adekunle Muhammed Lawal (R) shakes hands with Iranian fans during the 27th Takhti...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
U.S. wrestler Adekunle Muhammed Lawal shakes hands with Iranian fans during Takhti Free Style Wrestling...
United States wrestler Adekunle Muhammed Lawal (R) shakes hands with Iranian fans during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas 1051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LDH9
January 19, 2007
United States Wrestling Coach Terry Brands (L) and Iran's coaches Mahmoud Smailpour (C) and Hashem Habibi...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
U.S. Terry Brands and Iran's Mahmoud Smailpour and Hashem Habibi hold up their Cups during closing ceremony...
United States Wrestling Coach Terry Brands (L) and Iran's coaches Mahmoud Smailpour (C) and Hashem Habibi hold up their Cups as they stand on a podium during the closing ceremony for the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas 1051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCT9
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestling Coach Terry Brands (R) talks to U.S. wrestler Lee Fulhart at a break time during a wrestles...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestling Coach Terry Brands talks to U.S. wrestler Lee Fulhart during wrestles against Iran in Bandar...
U.S. wrestling Coach Terry Brands (R) talks to U.S. wrestler Lee Fulhart at a break time during a wrestles against Iran during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCSX
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (red) wrestles against Iran's Hamed Rezaian during the 27th Takhti Free Style...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestler Irvin wrestles against Iran's Rezaian during Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament...
U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (red) wrestles against Iran's Hamed Rezaian during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCSR
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (red) wrestles against Iran's Hamed Rezaian during the 27th Takhti Free Style...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestler Irvin wrestles against Iran's Rezaian during Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament...
U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (red) wrestles against Iran's Hamed Rezaian during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCS3
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestling coach Terry Brands talks to U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (R) during a break in a wrestling...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestling coach Brands talks to wrestler Irvin in Bandar Abbas
U.S. wrestling coach Terry Brands talks to U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (R) during a break in a wrestling match against an Iranian wrestler during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas 1051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCRZ
January 19, 2007
Iranian judge Ardavan Saheb holds up the hand of U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (R) as the winner of a wrestling...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian judge Ardavan Saheb holds up the hand of US wrestler Mike Irvin as the winner in Bandar Abbas...
Iranian judge Ardavan Saheb holds up the hand of U.S. wrestler Mike Irvin (R) as the winner of a wrestling match against an Iranian wrestler during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCRD
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestling coach Terry Brands (L) talks to U.S. wrestler Lee Fulhart while standing next to a banner...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestling coach Brands talks to wrestler Fulhart while standing next to banner with pictures of Iranian...
U.S. wrestling coach Terry Brands (L) talks to U.S. wrestler Lee Fulhart while standing next to a banner with pictures of Iranian soldiers who were killed during Iran-Iraq war, during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCR8
January 19, 2007
An Iranian wrestling coach (R) and the U.S. team leader Van Stokes watch a wrestling match during the...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian wrestling coach and US team leader Van Stokes watch wrestling match in city of Bandar Abbas
An Iranian wrestling coach (R) and the U.S. team leader Van Stokes watch a wrestling match during the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament Memorial for the Martyrs of the Forever Persian Gulf in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas, about 1,051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 19, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCFH
January 19, 2007
Iranian journalist Ali Feizasa (L) speaks with U.S. wrestling team's executive director Richard Bender...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian journalist Ali Feizasa speaks with US wrestling team's Richard Bender and Van Stokes in the sea...
Iranian journalist Ali Feizasa (L) speaks with U.S. wrestling team's executive director Richard Bender (C) and team leader Van Stokes while attending the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas 1051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 18, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN/USA
RTR1LCF6
January 19, 2007
U.S. wrestling team leader Van Stokes (R) looks at the pictures of a match between Iran and U.S. as he...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
US wrestling team leader Van Stokes speaks with Iranian journalist Ali Feizasa while attending Takhti...
U.S. wrestling team leader Van Stokes (R) looks at the pictures of a match between Iran and U.S. as he speaks with Iranian journalist Ali Feizasa while attending the 27th Takhti Free Style Wrestling International Tournament in the sea port city of Bandar Abbas 1051 km (657 miles) south of Tehran, January 18, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN)
IRAN
RTXO0N7
November 27, 2005
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar.....
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, [officials and state media said].
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPX3
November 27, 2005
An Iranian man injured in an earthquake lies at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian man injured in an earthquake lies at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas
An Iranian man injured in an earthquake lies at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPWW
November 27, 2005
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian woman injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPWE
November 27, 2005
An Iranian man watches over his mother, who was injured in an earthquake, at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian man watches over his mother who was injured in an earthquake at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar...
An Iranian man watches over his mother, who was injured in an earthquake, at Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPWA
November 27, 2005
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas...
An Iranian woman injured in an earthquake receives medical attention in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPW8
November 27, 2005
An Iranian boy (L) injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles)...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian boy injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas
An Iranian boy (L) injured in an earthquake lies in Mohammadi Hospital in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
QUAKE IRAN
RTR1BPVH
November 27, 2005
An Iranian man injured in an earthquake is held on by his sister in the hospital of Mohammadi in Bandar...
Bandar Abbas, Iran
Iranian man injured in an earthquake is held on by his sister in hospital in Bandar Abbas north of Qeshm...
An Iranian man injured in an earthquake is held on by his sister in the hospital of Mohammadi in Bandar Abbas, 35 km (21.7 miles) north of Qeshm, Iran November 27, 2005. Ten people were killed and 50 injured when the earthquake razed mud-brick villages on the Gulf island of Qeshm off Iran's south coast on Sunday, officials and state media said. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
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