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ALASKA-WARMING/
RTS2LZTN
August 10, 2019
One of many dead seals found washed up on beaches along the Bering Strait, is pictured in Nome, Alaska,...
NOME, UNITED STATES
One of many dead seals found washed up on beaches along the Bering Strait, is pictured in Nome
One of many dead seals found washed up on beaches along the Bering Strait, is pictured in Nome, Alaska, U.S. July 16, 2019. Picture taken July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Yereth Rosen.
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUNH
March 13, 2011
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in the Southern Russian...
Stavropol, Russia
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in the town of Azov in...
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol, March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUN4
March 13, 2011
An election official assists an elderly woman complete her ballot papers and vote from her home in the...
AZOV, Russia
An election official assists an elderly woman complete her ballot papers and vote from her home in Azov...
An election official assists an elderly woman complete her ballot papers and vote from her home in the town of Azov in the southern Russian region of Rostov March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Vladimir Konstantinov (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUG7
March 13, 2011
A woman posts her ballot papers at a polling station in the town of Azov, in the southern Russian region...
AZOV, Russia
A woman posts her ballot papers at a polling station in the town of Azov
A woman posts her ballot papers at a polling station in the town of Azov, in the southern Russian region of Rostov March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Vladimir Konstantinov (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUFU
March 13, 2011
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in the southern Russian...
AZOV, Russia
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in Stavropol
An election official assists a man with his ballot papers at a polling station in the southern Russian city of Stavropol March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUFL
March 13, 2011
An election official assists an elderly woman as she fills up her ballot papers to vote from her home...
AZOV, Russia
An election official assists a woman as she fills up her ballot papers to vote from her home in the town...
An election official assists an elderly woman as she fills up her ballot papers to vote from her home in the town of Azov in the southern Russian region of Rostov, March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Vladimir Konstantinov (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUF6
March 13, 2011
Women check their ballot papers before voting at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol...
Stavropol, Russia
Women check their ballot papers before voting at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol...
Women check their ballot papers before voting at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUF2
March 13, 2011
A man peers out of a booth at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol March 13, 2011....
Stavropol, Russia
A man peers out of a booth at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol
A man peers out of a booth at a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
RUSSIA-ELECTIONS/
RTR2JUER
March 13, 2011
A man looks at a list of candidates for local elections on the wall of a polling station in the Southern...
Stavropol, Russia
A man looks at list of candidates for local elections on the wall of a polling station in the Southern...
A man looks at a list of candidates for local elections on the wall of a polling station in the Southern Russian city of Stavropol March 13, 2011. Russians from the Bering Strait to the Baltic voted in regional elections on Sunday, the last big test for Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's ruling party before the December parliamentary polls and a presidential vote next March. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko (RUSSIA - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT-RESEARCH
RTR27Z8A
September 17, 2009
Rebecca Woodgate (R) and Dan Naber prepare a mooring to be deployed into the Bering Strait on board the...
ABOARD THE PROFESSOR KHROMOV, UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT-RESEARCH
Rebecca Woodgate (R) and Dan Naber prepare a mooring to be deployed into the Bering Strait on board the Russian ship Professor Khromov in this August 25, 2009 file photo. Russian and U.S. oceanographers studying the impact of global warming on the Bering Strait in late August enjoyed seas on some days that were so calm their ship made the only ripples. But the serenity of the seascape belied increasingly turbulent waters for scientific research as countries exert sovereignty over Arctic territory and Big Oil boosts exploration efforts.

To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ REUTERS/Jeff Jones/Files (UNITED STATES SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
RTR27XU5
September 17, 2009
Dan Naber prepares an anchor to drag the sea floor in hopes of releasing stuck data gathering equipment...
UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
Dan Naber prepares an anchor to drag the sea floor in hopes of releasing stuck data gathering equipment in the Bering Strait on board the Russian research vessel Professor Khromov August 25, 2009. The equipment was retrieved and eight new data gathering moorings on both the Russian and the U.S. side of the strait were released to sea bed. A joint U.S.-Russian oceanographic expedition, the Russian-American Long-term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), is studying the impact of climate change on the waters from Alaska's coast to Russia's eastern tip. To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Jeffrey Jones (UNITED STATES SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
RTR27XU2
September 17, 2009
Rebecca Woodgate (R) and Dan Naber prepare a mooring to be deployed into the Bering Strait on board the...
UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
Rebecca Woodgate (R) and Dan Naber prepare a mooring to be deployed into the Bering Strait on board the Russian research vessel Professor Khromov August 25, 2009. A joint U.S.-Russian oceanographic expedition, the Russian-American Long-term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), is studying the impact of climate change on the waters from Alaska's coast to Russia's eastern tip. Picture taken August 25, 2009. To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Jeff Jones (UNITED STATES SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
RTR27XTX
September 17, 2009
Scientists Alexander Kolesnik (L) and Daria Petrova examine mud and sea life dredged up from the bottom...
BERING SEA, Russia
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
Scientists Alexander Kolesnik (L) and Daria Petrova examine mud and sea life dredged up from the bottom of the Bering Sea on board the Russian research vessel Professor Khromov August 29, 2009. A joint U.S.-Russian oceanographic expedition, the Russian-American Long-term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), is studying the impact of climate change on the waters from Alaska's coast to Russia's eastern tip. Picture taken August 29, 2009. To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Jeffrey Jones (RUSSIA SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
RTR27XTQ
September 17, 2009
The island of Big Diomede sits in the morning mist on the Russian side of the Bering Strait as seen from...
Russia
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
The island of Big Diomede sits in the morning mist on the Russian side of the Bering Strait as seen from the Russian research vessel Professor Khromov August 28, 2009. A joint U.S.-Russian oceanographic expedition, the Russian-American Long-term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), is studying the impact of climate change on the waters from Alaska's coast to Russia's eastern tip. Picture taken August 28, 2009 To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Jeffrey Jones (RUSSIA SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT)
USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
RTR27XTK
September 17, 2009
Michael Kong and Kevin Taylor guide a water testing unit onto the deck of the Professor Khromov in the...
UNITED STATES
To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT
Michael Kong and Kevin Taylor guide a water testing unit onto the deck of the Professor Khromov in the Bering Strait August 28, 2009. A joint U.S.-Russian oceanographic expedition, the Russian-American Long-term Census of the Arctic (RUSALCA), is studying the impact of climate change on the waters from Alaska's coast to Russia's eastern tip. Picture taken August 28, 2009 To match feature USA-RUSSIA/ENVIRONMENT REUTERS/Jeffrey Jones (UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT SCI TECH)
SECURITY NORAD
RTR99BC
August 25, 2004
Col. Stu (last name omitted and name tag obliterated at military request), Commander of the Combined...
Colorado Springs, USA
Commander of NORAD Intelligence Center talks to reporters.
Col. Stu (last name omitted and name tag obliterated at military request), Commander of the Combined Intelligence and Fusion Center speaks to reporters while standing in front of video screens showing New York City (L) and the Bering Strait off of Alaska (R) at the CIFC at Petersen Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado August 25, 2004. The analysts at the CIFC provide intelligence support to Homeland Defense. REUTERS/Rick Wilking RTW
BRITAIN
RTRRQ0C
January 15, 2002
ICE CHALLENGER VEHICLE SNOWBIRD 6 LIES STRANDED ON THE SHORE OF THE
THAMES PRIOR TO ITS TRIP TO THE...
London, UK
ICE CHALLENGER VEHICLE SNOWBIRD 6 LIES STRANDED ON THE SHORE OF THE
THAMES PRIOR TO ITS TRIP TO THE...
ICE CHALLENGER VEHICLE SNOWBIRD 6 LIES STRANDED ON THE SHORE OF THE
THAMES PRIOR TO ITS TRIP TO THE BERING STRAIT.


Expedition leader Steve Brooks and co-driver Graham Stratford examine
The Ice Challenger vehicle "Snowbird 6" after it broke down on the
River Thames in London during its final tests January 15, 2002. Brooks
hopes to drive Snowbird 6 across the 56 mile ice bridge which separates
Alaska from the Siberian coastline next March. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
BRITAIN
RTRRPXS
January 15, 2002
The Ice Challenger Expedition vehicle Snowbird 6, driven by expedition
leader Steve Brooks and co-driver...
London, UK
ICE CHALLENGER VEHICLE SNOWBIRD 6 LIMPS ONTO SHORE ON THE THAMES PRIOR
TO ITS TRIP TO THE BERING STRAIT....
The Ice Challenger Expedition vehicle Snowbird 6, driven by expedition
leader Steve Brooks and co-driver Graham Stratford limps to the shore
after a weld failed on one of its two screws causing it to fill with
water from the River Thames in London during its final tests January
15, 2002. Brooks hopes to drive Snowbird 6 across the 56 mile ice
bridge which separates Alaska from the Siberian coastline next March.
REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/PS
BRITAIN
RTRRPWU
January 15, 2002
The Ice Challenger, driven by expedition leader Steve Brooks and
co-driver Graham Stratford powers up...
London, UK
THE ICE CHALLENGER MOTORS UP THE THAMES PRIOR TO ITS TRIP TO THE BERING
STRAITS.
The Ice Challenger, driven by expedition leader Steve Brooks and
co-driver Graham Stratford powers up the River Thames past the Houses
of Parliament in London for its final tests January 15, 2002. Brooks
hopes to drive the Ice Challenger across the 56 mile ice bridge which
separates Alaska from the Siberian coastline next March.
REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/PS
BRITAIN
RTRRPWN
January 15, 2002
The Ice Challenger, driven by expedition leader Steve Brooks and
co-driver Graham Stratford powers up...
London, UK
VEHICLE ICE CHALLENGER MOTORS UP THE THAMES PRIOR TO ITS TRIP TO THE
BERING STRAIT.
The Ice Challenger, driven by expedition leader Steve Brooks and
co-driver Graham Stratford powers up the River Thames past the Houses
of Parliament in London for its final tests January 15, 2002. Brooks
hopes to drive the Ice Challenger across the 56 mile ice bridge which
separates Alaska from the Siberian coastline next March.
REUTERS/Russell Boyce

RUS/PS
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