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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
RTX7JI6A
May 18, 2020
A rusty railing is seen in front of the Bay of Biscay near the Basque port of Ondarroa, amid the global...
ONDARROA, Spain
A rusty railing is seen in front of the Bay of Biscay near the Basque port of Ondarroa, amid the global...
A rusty railing is seen in front of the Bay of Biscay near the Basque port of Ondarroa, amid the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), Spain, May 17, 2020. Picture taken May 17, 2020. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTX6L9QA
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8YC
February 04, 2019
A pool of blood is seen at the scene where 16,70-metre long fin whale beached itself on Sunday following...
Bilbao, Spain
Pool of blood is seen at the scene where 16,70-metre long fin whale beached itself on Sunday following...
A pool of blood is seen at the scene where 16,70-metre long fin whale beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8XM
February 04, 2019
Observers from marine animal protection organisation Ambar watch as a 16,70-metre long fin whale, that...
Bilbao, Spain
Observers from marine animal protection organisation Ambar watch as a 16,70-metre long fin whale is removed...
Observers from marine animal protection organisation Ambar watch as a 16,70-metre long fin whale, that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay, is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8X9
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8X6
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8X4
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8WN
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8WM
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-WHALE/
RTX6L8WL
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
SPAIN-ANIMALS/
RTX6L8VJ
February 04, 2019
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay...
A 16,70-metre long fin whale that beached itself on Sunday following heavy storms in the Bay of Biscay is removed by diggers at Sopela Beach, near Bilbao, Spain, February 4, 2019. REUTERS/Vincent West
FRANCE-FREIGHTER/
RTX25F9M
February 04, 2016
A port worker uses a crane to observe the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port...
Zierbena, Spain
A port worker uses a crane to observe the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port...
A port worker uses a crane to observe the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016. The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port on Wednesday after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay. REUTERS/Vincent West
FRANCE-FREIGHTER/
RTX25F9I
February 04, 2016
A port worker observes the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao,...
Zierbena, Spain
A port worker observes the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao
A port worker observes the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016. The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port on Wednesday after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay. REUTERS/Vincent West
FRANCE-FREIGHTER/
RTX25F9H
February 04, 2016
A port worker walks past a tugboat near the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the...
Zierbena, Spain
A port worker walks past a tugboat near the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the...
A port worker walks past a tugboat near the cargo ship Modern Express as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016. The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port on Wednesday after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay. REUTERS/Vincent West
FRANCE-FREIGHTER/
RTX25F7K
February 04, 2016
The cargo ship Modern Express lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain,...
Zierbena, Spain
The cargo ship Modern Express lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao
The cargo ship Modern Express lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016. The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port on Wednesday after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay. REUTERS/Vincent West
FRANCE-FREIGHTER/
RTX25F60
February 04, 2016
The cargo ship Modern Express is reflected in water on the dock as it lists at a mooring in the port...
Zierbena, Spain
The cargo ship Modern Express is reflected in water on the dock as it lists at a mooring in the port...
The cargo ship Modern Express is reflected in water on the dock as it lists at a mooring in the port of Bilbao, in Zierbena, northern Spain, February 4, 2016. The 164-meter vessel, which was transporting 3,600 tonnes of wood along with construction machinery, was towed to the port on Wednesday after spending six days listing and adrift in the Bay of Biscay. REUTERS/Vincent West TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LFA
August 10, 2012
A dog runs alongside a jogger at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao...
Bilbao, Spain
A dog runs alongside a jogger at dusk in Bilbao
A dog runs alongside a jogger at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LF6
August 10, 2012
A boy cycles across the Zubizuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago...
Bilbao, Spain
A boy cycles across the Zubizuri pedestrian bridge in Bilbao
A boy cycles across the Zubizuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, in front of the Torres Isozaki , by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL TRANSPORT)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LF3
August 10, 2012
People pass in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum and the Cesar Pelli designed Iberdrola...
Bilbao, Spain
People pass in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum and the Cesar Pelli designed Iberdrola...
People pass in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum and the Cesar Pelli designed Iberdrola Tower (R) at dusk in Bilbao, June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LEU
August 10, 2012
People work out at dusk, in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum, in Bilbao June 26, 2012....
Bilbao, Spain
People work out at dusk, in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum, in Bilbao
People work out at dusk, in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum, in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LEN
August 10, 2012
A runner passes two men on a bench at dusk in Bilbao, in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim...
Bilbao, Spain
A runner passes two men on a bench at dusk in Bilbao
A runner passes two men on a bench at dusk in Bilbao, in front of the Frank Gehry designed Guggenheim Museum and the Cesar Pelli designed Iberdrola Tower, June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LEC
August 10, 2012
A woman crosses the Zubizuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago...
Bilbao, Spain
A woman crosses the Zubizuri pedestrian bridge in Bilbao
A woman crosses the Zubizuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, in front of the Torres Isozaki (by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LE4
August 10, 2012
Dogs drink from a fountain at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao...
Bilbao, Spain
Dogs drink from a fountain at dusk in Bilbao
Dogs drink from a fountain at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL ANIMALS)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LE3
August 10, 2012
People climb stairs to cross the Zubzuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect...
Bilbao, Spain
People climb stairs to cross the Zubzuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge at dusk in Bilbao
People climb stairs to cross the Zubzuri (White Bridge) pedestrian bridge, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, in front of the Torres Isozaki , by Japanese architect Arata Isozaki, at dusk in Bilbao June 26, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 26, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LDS
August 10, 2012
People socialise at the Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid,...
Bilbao, Spain
People socialise at Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao
People socialise at the Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 24, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO
RTR36LDN
August 10, 2012
People socialise at the Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid,...
Bilbao, Spain
People socialise at the Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao
People socialise at the Iruna bar in downtown Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 24, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)
TRAVEL-BILBAO/
RTR36LDJ
August 10, 2012
People walk down the street near the Arenal Bridge in Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from...
Bilbao, Spain
People walk down the street near the Arenal Bridge in Bilbao
People walk down the street near the Arenal Bridge in Bilbao, June 24, 2012. About an hour's flight from Madrid, Bilbao sits inland from the Bay of Biscay. Signs appear in both Basque and Castilian Spanish but people speak fluent Castilian and many are quite comfortable switching to English. Even with about a million inhabitants Bilbao retains plenty of old-fashioned charm. Dainty 19th century apartment blocks line the avenues leading down to the Ria de Bilbao, the once-polluted river that now is one of the city's most attractive features. Picture taken June 24, 2012. To match story TRAVEL-BILBAO REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y62N
March 11, 2008
Waves crash against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia...
Hondarribia, Spain
Waves crash against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia....
Waves crash against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay of Biscay, March 11, 2008. The ship ran aground and was broken into three pieces by storm force winds and waves that have sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y628
March 11, 2008
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia...
Hondarribia, Spain
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia....
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay of Biscay, March 11, 2008. The ship ran aground and was broken into three pieces by storm force winds and waves that have sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y617
March 11, 2008
A man stands near the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay...
Hondarribia, Spain
A man stands near the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay...
A man stands near the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay of Biscay, March 11, 2008. The ship ran aground and was broken into three pieces by storm force winds and waves that have sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y60Y
March 11, 2008
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia...
Hondarribia, Spain
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia...
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay of Biscay, March 11, 2008. The ship ran aground and was broken into three pieces by storm force winds and waves that have sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPAIN/
RTR1Y603
March 11, 2008
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia...
Hondarribia, Spain
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia....
A wave crashes against the hull of the merchant ship Maro, wrecked near the Basque port town of Hondaribbia in the Bay of Biscay, March 11, 2008. The ship ran aground and was broken into three pieces by storm force winds and waves that have sunk numerous boats and caused extensive damage in the Biscay area. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCMP
February 13, 2007
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial...
Paris, France
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove arrives at a Paris courtroom for Erika oil pollution trial...
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCMH
February 13, 2007
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove (L) and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde arrive...
Paris, France
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove (L) and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde arrive...
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove (L) and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde arrive at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCMB
February 13, 2007
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove (L) and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde (C)...
Paris, France
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde arrive...
France's radical farmer activist Jose Bove (L) and Maritime Confederation President Alain Malarde (C) arrive at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters, February 13, 2007. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCM4
February 13, 2007
The Italian owner of the Erika, Giuseppe Savarese, arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for...
Paris, France
Italian owner of the Erika Giuseppe Savarese arrives at a Paris courtroom
The Italian owner of the Erika, Giuseppe Savarese, arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCM0
February 13, 2007
French Total executive Bertrand Thouillin arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial...
Paris, France
French Total executive Bertrand Thouillin arrives at a Paris courtroom
French Total executive Bertrand Thouillin arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCLS
February 13, 2007
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou (C) arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007,...
Paris, France
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou arrives at a Paris courtroom
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou (C) arrives at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70 km off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
FRANCE/
RTR1MCLN
February 13, 2007
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou (R) and Total executive Bertrand Thouillin arrive at...
Paris, France
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou and Total executive Bertrand Thouilin arrives at a...
French Fina Elf legal director Alain-Marc Irissou (R) and Total executive Bertrand Thouillin arrive at a Paris courtroom February 13, 2007, for the trial into the 1999 sinking of the oil tanker Erika which lead to one of France's worst environmental disasters. Total, the world's fourth largest oil group, the Erika's Indian captain, its management company, four French maritime officials and the Italian maritime certification company RINA, which classified the ship Erika as safe, all face charges after the rusting Maltese-registered tanker, broke in two and sank in heavy seas in the Bay of Biscay some 70km (43 miles) off the French coast on December 12, 1999. REUTERS/ Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
SPORT YACHTING
RTR1IBQV
October 14, 2006
Robin Knox-Johnston (2nd R) stands at the helm of his yacht Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay regatta...
Bilbao, Spain
Robin Knox-Johnston stands at the helm of his yacht Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay regatta in...
Robin Knox-Johnston (2nd R) stands at the helm of his yacht Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22 in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT YACHTING
RTR1IBQS
October 14, 2006
Solo yachtsman and race official Jose Luis Ugarte (R) passes Unai Basurto's Pakea during the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
Solo yachtsman and race official Jose Luis Ugarte passes Unai Basurto's Pakea during the Bay of Biscay...
Solo yachtsman and race official Jose Luis Ugarte (R) passes Unai Basurto's Pakea during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22 in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT YACHTING
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October 14, 2006
Mike Golding's Ecover sails during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day...
Bilbao, Spain
Mike Golding's Ecover sails during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao
Mike Golding's Ecover sails during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22 in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT YACHTING
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October 14, 2006
Yachts line up at the start of the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event...
Bilbao, Spain
Yachts line up at the start of the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao
Yachts line up at the start of the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22 in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT YACHTING
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October 14, 2006
Kojiro Shiraishi's Spirit of Yukoh (L) leads Robin Knox-Johnston's Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay...
Bilbao, Spain
Kojiro Shiraishi's Spirit of Yukoh leads Robin Knox-Johnston's Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay...
Kojiro Shiraishi's Spirit of Yukoh (L) leads Robin Knox-Johnston's Saga Insurance during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22 in Bilbao. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
SPORT SAILING
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October 14, 2006
Unai Basurko's Pakea and Mike Golding's Ecover race during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October...
Bilbao, Spain
Unai Basurko's Pakea and Mike Golding's Ecover race during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao
Unai Basurko's Pakea and Mike Golding's Ecover race during the Bay of Biscay regatta in Bilbao October 14, 2006. The one-day event is a prelude to the Velux 5 Oceans, a 30,000 mile solo round-the-world yacht race starting October 22. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN)
BRITAIN CONCORDE
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November 26, 2003
British Airways Concorde lands after its last flight from London's
Heathrow airport at Filton airport...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE LANDS AFTER LAST FLIGHT FROM HEATHROW AT
FILTON AIRPORT.
British Airways Concorde lands after its last flight from London's
Heathrow airport at Filton airport in Bristol, western England,
November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than
Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it
hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before
starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built at
its birthplace in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

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BRITAIN CONCORDE
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November 26, 2003
British Airways Chief Executive Rod Eddington (R) stands with a member
of the flight crew at the doors...
Bristol, UK
BA CHIEF EXECUTIVE EDDINGTON STANDS BY THE FINAL CONCORDE AFTER IT
LANDED AT FILTON AIRPORT.
British Airways Chief Executive Rod Eddington (R) stands with a member
of the flight crew at the doors of the final Concorde to fly, Flight
216, after it landed at Filton Airport in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PLA
November 26, 2003
A member of staff closes the hangar door on the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at...
Bristol, UK
THE HANGAR DOOR IS CLOSED ON A BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE AFTER MAKING
ITS LAST FLIGHT.
A member of staff closes the hangar door on the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at Filton in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PL2
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, stands in a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE STANDS IN A HANGER IN FILTON AFTER MAKING ITS
LAST FLIGHT.
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, stands in a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England after taking off from London's
Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more
farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on
Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of
sound before starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre
being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PKO
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, is moved into a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England...
Bristol, UK
BRITISH AIRWAYS CONCORDE IS MOVED INTO A HANGAR IN FILTON AFTER MAKING
ITS LAST FLIGHT.
The final Concorde to fly, Flight 216, is moved into a hangar after it
landed at Filton in western England after taking off from London's
Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more
farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on
Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of
sound before starting its new earthbound life at a heritage centre
being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/GM
BRITAIN CONCORDE
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November 26, 2003
Concorde's senior captain Mike Bannister (L) escorts Britain's Prince
Andrew, the Duke of York, down...
Bristol, UK
CONCORDE'S SENIOR CAPTAIN BANNISTER ESCORTS THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH DOWN
THE STEPS OF THE FINAL CONCORDE...
Concorde's senior captain Mike Bannister (L) escorts Britain's Prince
Andrew, the Duke of York, down the steps of the final Concorde to fly,
Flight 216, after it landed at Filton in western England after taking
off from London's Heathrow Airport, November 26, 2003. Concorde, which
has made more farewell tours than Frank Sinatra, let out its final
supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled across the Bay of Biscay at
twice the speed of sound before starting its new earthbound life at a
heritage centre being built in Filton. REUTERS/Martin Bennett

MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7PFZ
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCRDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/WS
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OSP
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/JV
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OSG
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/JV
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OS8
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
Pictures of the year 2003.
REUTERS/Lee Besford
LB/MD/JV
BRITAIN CONCORDE
RTR7OS3
November 26, 2003
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace...
London, UK
THE LAST CONCORDE TO FLY TAKES OFF FROM HEATHROW AIRPORT IN LONDON.
The final Concorde, Flight 216, takes off from London's Heathrow
Airport, en route to its birthplace Filton in western England, November
26, 2003. Concorde, which has made more farewell tours than Frank
Sinatra, let out its final supersonic roar on Wednesday as it hurtled
across the Bay of Biscay at twice the speed of sound before starting
its new earthbound life at a heritage centre being built in Filton.
REUTERS/Lee Besford

LB/MD/JV
ENVIROMENT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHXFK
February 07, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO....
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from the stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 7, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West REUTERS

SP/WS
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV59
February 06, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE.
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo in the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB
TRANSPORT SPAIN SHIP
RTRHV2M
February 06, 2003
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken...
Bermeo, Spain
FISHING BOATS CONTRACTED BY THE BASQUE AUTONOMOUS GOVERNMENT UNLOAD
TONS OF FUEL OIL WASTE IN BERMEO....
Fishing boats contracted by the Basque autonomous government unload
tons of fuel oil waste from stricken tanker Prestige in the port of
Bermeo on the Bay of Biscay February 6, 2003. The oil spill from the
sunken Prestige tanker is washing up onto one of Europe's best surfing
spots - the Basque coast of south-west France - where cleanup workers
in protective suits have replaced the usual crowds of surfers in wet
suits. REUTERS/Vincent West

DB
PORTUGAL-SHIP
RTRFX4K
March 21, 2001
Unidentified crew members from the wreck ship Balu arrive at Leixoes harbour on the northern Portuguese...
Leixoes, Portugal
CREW RESCUED FROM THE BALU SHIP ARRIVE AT LEIXOES HARBOUR.
Unidentified crew members from the wreck ship Balu arrive at Leixoes harbour on the northern Portuguese coast March 21, 2001 after been rescued by the ship Porto-Expresso. The Maltese-registered tanker Balu carrying 8,000 tonnes of sulphuric acid, sank in the Bay of Biscay on Tuesday. The 23 crew were picked up from life rafts and were all-safe.

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