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RTR3EC6T
February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) greets...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) greets...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) greets students as he visits a school near the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS EDUCATION)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC6S
February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata walks at...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata walks at...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata walks at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC6P
February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata uses a satellite phone at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS HEADSHOT)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC6M
February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) visits...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata visits a...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) visits a school near the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS ANIMALS EDUCATION)
INDONESIA
RTR3EC6I
February 27, 2013
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) drives...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation Tomy Winata drives his golf...
Indonesian businessman and owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) Tomy Winata (C) drives his golf cart across a river at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS BUSINESS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC6F
February 27, 2013
A giant tree is pictured at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre jungle, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A giant tree is pictured at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre jungle
A giant tree is pictured at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre jungle, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC6A
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger walks near the carcass of a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger walks near the carcass of a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound
A Sumatran tiger walks near the carcass of a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC66
February 27, 2013
Rizal, a tiger keeper, plays with a Sumatran tiger at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Rizal, a tiger keeper, plays with a Sumatran tiger at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound
Rizal, a tiger keeper, plays with a Sumatran tiger at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 26, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. The eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms, on a monthly basis, according to Rizal. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 26, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC64
February 27, 2013
An aerial view shows the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
An aerial view shows the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound
An aerial view shows the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC61
February 27, 2013
Petir, Bintang and Topan (L-R), 15-month old Sumatran tigers, look on inside their cage at the Sumatra...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Petir, Bintang, and Topan, 15-month old Sumatran tigers, look on inside their cage at the Sumatra Tiger...
Petir, Bintang and Topan (L-R), 15-month old Sumatran tigers, look on inside their cage at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC5Q
February 27, 2013
Visitors walk at Tanjung Belimbing beach as they visit the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC),...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Visitors walk at Tanjung Belimbing beach as they visit the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation
Visitors walk at Tanjung Belimbing beach as they visit the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 24, 2013. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC5H
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger plays with a pig before killing it at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger plays with a pig before killing it at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound
A Sumatran tiger plays with a pig before killing it at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC) near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC53
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature...
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC4Z
February 27, 2013
Rizal, a tiger keeper, holds a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Rizal, a tiger keeper, holds a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound
Rizal, a tiger keeper, holds a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 26, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. The eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms, on a monthly basis, according to Rizal. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 26, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC4Y
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger reaches out to the fence in front of Tomy Winata, the owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger reaches out to the fence in front of Tomy Winata, the owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature...
A Sumatran tiger reaches out to the fence in front of Tomy Winata, the owner of Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside TWNC, near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 24, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC4X
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature...
A Sumatran tiger growls at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound, inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 25, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. Picture taken February 25, 2013. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA/
RTR3EC4O
February 27, 2013
A Sumatran tiger looks at a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound inside the Tambling Wildlife...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A Sumatran tiger looks at a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound inside the Tambling Wildlife...
A Sumatran tiger looks at a pig at the Sumatra Tiger Rescue Centre compound inside the Tambling Wildlife Nature Conservation (TWNC), near Bandar Lampung, the southern tip of Sumatra island, February 24, 2013. The rescue centre has released five tigers since 2009 on the 45,000 hectares of the TWNC jungle while eight are still under their care. One of the eight will be released next year. Rizal, a tiger keeper, said on a monthly basis the eight tigers eat a total of 80 live pigs, each weighing between 10-12 kilograms. The Sumatran tiger is a rare tiger subspecies that inhabits the Indonesian island of Sumatra. About 440-600 Sumatran tigers, which was classified as critically endangered, were accounted for by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in 2008. The owner of TWNC, Tomy Winata, said his company, Artha Graha, has already invested between $20-25 million in TWNC, with monthly costs to sustain the reserve at approximately $150,000. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWQ
January 19, 2012
Children play soccer in an empty yard near the coal railway in Indonesia's Lampung province August 19,...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Children play soccer in an empty yard near the coal railway in Indonesia's Lampung province August 19, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 19, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWP
January 19, 2012
A girl crosses the coal railway as her parents speak to each other in the backyard of their home in Indonesia's...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A girl crosses the coal railway as her parents speak to each other in the backyard of their home in Indonesia's Lampung province August 19, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 19, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWN
January 19, 2012
A worker from state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam oversees the process of coal blending via conveyor belt...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A worker from state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam oversees the process of coal blending via conveyor belt before they send it to the barges in Tarahan coal port in Indonesia's Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWM
January 19, 2012
Two tug boats pull a barge full of thermal coal in Sunda strait off the Tarahan coal port in Lampung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Two tug boats pull a barge full of thermal coal in Sunda strait off the Tarahan coal port in Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWL
January 19, 2012
A fisherman sails past a barge full of thermal coal in Sunda strait off the Tarahan coal port in Lampung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A fisherman sails past a barge full of thermal coal in Sunda strait off the Tarahan coal port in Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWK
January 19, 2012
A worker of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam cleans a conveyor belt at the Tarahan coal port in Lampung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A worker of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam cleans a conveyor belt at the Tarahan coal port in Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWI
January 19, 2012
A woman and her daughter stand in front of their makeshift house, which may be torn down to build a new...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-CHINA/INFRASTRUCTURE
A woman and her daughter stand in front of their makeshift house, which may be torn down to build a new coal railway, in Harapan Rejo village in Lampung province August 21, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 21, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWH
January 19, 2012
A street vendor sells a wooden bed to villagers in Harapan Rejo village, an area where a coal railway...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A street vendor sells a wooden bed to villagers in Harapan Rejo village, an area where a coal railway will cross, in Lampung province August 21, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 21, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWG
January 19, 2012
Satiman, the head of a local foundation and who owns a 30-year-old elementary school which may be torn...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Satiman, the head of a local foundation and who owns a 30-year-old elementary school which may be torn down to make way for a new coal railroad, is seen in Harapan Rejo village in Lampung province August 21, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 21, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: EDUCATION BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWF
January 19, 2012
Sigurung, a 70-year-old elder, sits in front of his son's house in the indigenous village of Tanjung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Sigurung, a 70-year-old elder, sits in front of his son's house in the indigenous village of Tanjung Raja Giham, which a new coal railway may cross, in Lampung province August 22, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 22, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS) TRANSPORT)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWD
January 19, 2012
Labourers work to construct a coal railway in Way Kanan regency in Lampung province August 22, 2011....
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Labourers work to construct a coal railway in Way Kanan regency in Lampung province August 22, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 22, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWB
January 19, 2012
Rubber bleeds from a tree at a state-owned rubber plantation in Way Kanan regency in Lampung province...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Rubber bleeds from a tree at a state-owned rubber plantation in Way Kanan regency in Lampung province August 22, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 22, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS COMMODITIES)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHWA
January 19, 2012
A state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam employee explains the mining process at the centre of the mining pit...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam employee explains the mining process at the centre of the mining pit at Tanjung Enim in South Sumatra Province August 23, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHW9
January 19, 2012
A boy takes an afternoon bath in a river near the coal railway in South Sumatra province August 22, 2011....
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A boy takes an afternoon bath in a river near the coal railway in South Sumatra province August 22, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 22, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHW6
January 19, 2012
A mining worker supervises a bucket wheel excavator picking up coal and sending it via conveyor belt...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A mining worker supervises a bucket wheel excavator picking up coal and sending it via conveyor belt into a stockpile area in Tanjung Enim, South Sumatra province August 23,2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHW5
January 19, 2012
Thousands of gifts, including rice and sugar, are laid at the mosque of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Thousands of gifts, including rice and sugar, are laid at the mosque of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam during the fasting month of Ramadan, when the firm distributes the gifts to the poor living around the mine area, in South Sumatra province August 23, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS RELIGION)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHW3
January 19, 2012
A woman and her son wait to receive gifts, including rice and sugar, and cash worth $25 from a mosque...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A woman and her son wait to receive gifts, including rice and sugar, and cash worth $25 from a mosque during the fasting month of Ramadan when state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam distributes gifts to the poor living around the mine area, in South Sumatra August 23, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVZ
January 19, 2012
A giant bucket wheel excavator picks up coal and sends it via conveyor belt into a stockpile area in...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A giant bucket wheel excavator picks up coal and sends it via conveyor belt into a stockpile area in Tanjung Enim, South Sumatra province August 23,2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVY
January 19, 2012
Women queue for gifts, including rice and sugar, and cash worth $25 at a mosque during the fasting month...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Women queue for gifts, including rice and sugar, and cash worth $25 at a mosque during the fasting month of Ramadan, when state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam distributes gifts to the poor living around the mine area, in Indonesia's South Sumatra province August 23,2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY POVERTY)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVX
January 19, 2012
A worker of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam shows a coal rock at the open pit mine in Tanjung Enim in...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A worker of state-coal miner PT Bukit Asam shows a coal rock at the open pit mine in Tanjung Enim in South Sumatra province August 23, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVV
January 19, 2012
An aerial view of an open coal mine pit where workers are preparing a bucket wheel excavator at Tanjung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
An aerial view of an open coal mine pit where workers are preparing a bucket wheel excavator at Tanjung Enim in South Sumatra province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVU
January 19, 2012
Coal from Tanjung Enim mine is sent to a stockpile area via conveyor belt after being crushed, before...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
Coal from Tanjung Enim mine is sent to a stockpile area via conveyor belt after being crushed, before it is shipped out to buyers, in Tarahan coal port in Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVS
January 19, 2012
An aerial view of an open coal mine pit where workers are preparing a bucket wheel excavator at Tanjung...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
An aerial view of an open coal mine pit where workers are preparing a bucket wheel excavator at Tanjung Enim in South Sumatra province August 23, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 23, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
RTR2WHVR
January 19, 2012
A tractor and excavator are used to clear a coal stockpile area in Tarahan coal port in Lampung province...
LAMPUNG, Indonesia
To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE
A tractor and excavator are used to clear a coal stockpile area in Tarahan coal port in Lampung province August 20, 2011. China Railway Group has been awarded a $1.3 billion contract to build a 307-km rail line from the giant Bukit Asam coal mine in South Sumatra to a new port near the city of Bandar Lampung. Acquiring the land for the railway highlights many of the issues in building infrastructure in Indonesia. Picture taken August 20, 2011. To match Special Report INDONESIA-INFRASTRUCTURE REUTERS/Dwi Oblo (INDONESIA - Tags: BUSINESS CONSTRUCTION)
INDONESIA
RTR23WF5
January 26, 2009
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung...
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WF0
January 26, 2009
A combination photograph of the moon passing between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
A combination photograph of the moon passing between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse...
A combination photograph of the moon passing between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Photograph taken with solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WE1
January 26, 2009
Indonesian students watch the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian students watch the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province
Indonesian students watch the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WDX
January 26, 2009
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view the annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WDT
January 26, 2009
Indonesian children watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian children watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province
Indonesian children watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WDP
January 26, 2009
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung
Indonesian students wait for their turn to view an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WDD
January 26, 2009
An Indonesian student watches an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
An Indonesian student watches an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province
An Indonesian student watches an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WD8
January 26, 2009
An Indonesian student uses solar eyeglasses to watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
An Indonesian student uses solar eyeglasses to watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung,
An Indonesian student uses solar eyeglasses to watch an annular solar eclipse in Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WBT
January 26, 2009
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Photograph taken with solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23WA4
January 26, 2009
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Photograph taken with solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23W9C
January 26, 2009
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Photograph taken with solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA
RTR23W94
January 26, 2009
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung...
The moon passes between the sun and the earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Photograph taken with solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
INDONESIA/
RTR23W8Q
January 26, 2009
The Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung,...
BANDAR LAMPUNG, Indonesia
The Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung...
The Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth during an annular solar eclipse as seen from Bandar Lampung, Indonesia Lampung province January 26, 2009. Taken with Solar filter on a lens. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA)
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