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USA-BABLYLIFT/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1AKI2
April 28, 2015
Van John Lefford from Wrightstown, New Jersey, who was one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated...
HOLMDEL, UNITED STATES
Van John Lefford, one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam, poses during...
Van John Lefford from Wrightstown, New Jersey, who was one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam during the last days of the Vietnam war in April 1975 in what was known as "Operation BabyLift" poses for a photograph during an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of "Operation BabyLift" at the New Jersey Vietnam Memorial in Holmdel, New Jersey, April 25, 2015. Lefford, birth name Ngueyn Van Son, was adopted into the U.S. with his biological sister. He says he remembers little of being a baby in Vietnam where he has never returned, yet he has kept drawings he made as a child of American soldiers, bombs, guns, American flags and other war scenes he drew after being adopted. Lefford said he hoped to connect further with the community of "Operation Babylift" adoptees in the future to share their common history and experience. Picture taken April 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
USA-BABLYLIFT/ANNIVERSARY
RTX1AKHL
April 28, 2015
Van John Lefford from Wrightstown, New Jersey, who was one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated...
HOLMDEL, UNITED STATES
Van John Lefford, one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam, poses during...
Van John Lefford from Wrightstown, New Jersey, who was one of the nearly 3,000 Vietnamese orphans evacuated from Saigon Vietnam during the last days of the Vietnam war in April 1975 in what was known as "Operation BabyLift" poses for a photograph during an event commemorating the 40th anniversary of "Operation BabyLift" at the New Jersey Vietnam Memorial in Holmdel, New Jersey, April 25, 2015. Lefford, birth name Ngueyn Van Son, was adopted into the U.S. with his biological sister. He says he remembers little of being a baby in Vietnam where he has never returned, yet he has kept drawings he made as a child of American soldiers, bombs, guns, American flags and other war scenes he drew after being adopted. Lefford said he hoped to connect further with the community of "Operation Babylift" adoptees in the future to share their common history and experience. Picture taken April 25, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Segar
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFO3
September 30, 2013
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013....
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNZ
September 30, 2013
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013....
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNX
September 30, 2013
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013....
Damascus, Syria
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus
U.N. vehicles transport a team of United Nations chemical weapons experts in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNV
September 30, 2013
Ake Sellstrom (2nd L), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Ake Sellstrom, the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus
Ake Sellstrom (2nd L), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNS
September 30, 2013
Ake Sellstrom, the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus September...
Damascus, Syria
Ake Sellstrom, the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus
Ake Sellstrom, the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEALTH CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNP
September 30, 2013
Ake Sellstrom (R), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Ake Sellstrom, head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus
Ake Sellstrom (R), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNK
September 30, 2013
Ake Sellstrom (R), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus...
Damascus, Syria
Sellstrom, the head of U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus
Ake Sellstrom (R), the head of a U.N. chemical weapons investigation team, leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNE
September 30, 2013
A member of the team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus September...
Damascus, Syria
A member of team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus
A member of the team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT HEALTH)
SYRIA-CRISIS/INSPECTORS
RTR3FFNC
September 30, 2013
A member of the team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus September...
Damascus, Syria
A member of the team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus
A member of the team of United Nations chemical weapons experts leaves a hotel in Damascus September 30, 2013. U.N. chemical weapons inspectors investigating allegations of chemical and biological weapons use during Syria's civil war left Damascus on Monday after their second mission in two months, witnesses said. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
ELSALVADOR/
RTXZVVR
May 22, 2013
David hugs his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza, on...
Zaragoza, El Salvador
David hugs his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza
David hugs his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza, on the outskirts of San Salvador May 21, 2013. David had been left at a safe house during the civil war in the 1980s by his mother who was an insurgent, according to a press release of the Asociacion Pro-Busqueda, an organisation that searches for children gone missing in the civil war. The safe house was discovered by the army who handed the children over to legal guardians and David was then adopted by a U.S. couple. Today David lives in Pennsylvania, is married and works as a truck driver. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ELSALVADOR/
RTXZVVQ
May 22, 2013
David holds hands with his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza,...
Zaragoza, El Salvador
David holds hands with his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza...
David holds hands with his biological mother Maria Rosa after they were reunited after 28 years, in Zaragoza, on the outskirts of San Salvador May 21, 2013. David had been left at a safe house during the civil war in the 1980s by his mother who was an insurgent, according to a press release of the Asociacion Pro-Busqueda, an organisation that searches for children gone missing in the civil war. The safe house was discovered by the army who handed the children over to legal guardians and David was then adopted by a U.S. couple. Today David lives in Pennsylvania, is married and works as a truck driver. REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTXZOL1
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKW
May 16, 2013
U.S. soldiers decontaminate a South Korean military vehicle as part of training against possible chemical,...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
U.S. soldiers decontaminate a South Korean military vehicle as part of training against possible chemical,...
U.S. soldiers decontaminate a South Korean military vehicle as part of training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKU
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier uses chemicals to a military vehicle to neutralize the poison during a decontamination...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
A U.S. soldier uses chemicals to a military vehicle to neutralize the poison during a decontamination...
A U.S. soldier uses chemicals to a military vehicle to neutralize the poison during a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKS
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
A U.S. soldier participates in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKQ
May 16, 2013
U.S. soldiers scan two South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical,...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
U.S. soldiers scan two South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical,...
U.S. soldiers scan two South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKO
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier (L) scans a South Korean soldier during their decontamination training against possible...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
A U.S. soldier scans a South Korean soldier during their decontamination training against possible chemical,...
A U.S. soldier (L) scans a South Korean soldier during their decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKM
May 16, 2013
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological,...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological,...
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKJ
May 16, 2013
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological,...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological,...
South Korean soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKG
May 16, 2013
U.S. soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
U.S. soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological...
U.S. soldiers participate in a decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOKB
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier (R) checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
A U.S. soldier checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical,...
A U.S. soldier (R) checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. Troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTXZOJX
May 16, 2013
A U.S. soldier (L) checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible...
YEONCHEON, South Korea
U.S. soldier checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical,...
A U.S. soldier (L) checks South Korean soldiers during their decontamination training against possible chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats at Steel Zenith Field Training Exercise in Yeoncheon, about 65 km (40 miles) north of Seoul, May 16, 2013. U.S. troops from the 1st Battalion, 38th Field Artillery Regiment and 23rd Chemical Battalion conducted the military drills on Thursday, with South Korean soldiers at a training field near the demilitarised zone separating North Korea from the South. The two Koreas remain technically at war under a mere truce that ended hostilities in their 1950-53 conflict. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXZ5VG
May 01, 2013
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul May 1,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul
A schoolgirl who fell ill after smelling gas at her school, cries inside an ambulance in Kabul May 1, 2013. Over 150 schoolgirls in Afghanistan's capital Kabul fell sick after smelling gas and drinking water and were being examined for possible poisoning, hospital officials said on Wednesday. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: EDUCATION TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY DISASTER)
GEORGIA-US/LAB
RTR2K1PO
March 18, 2011
Dials and equipment are seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL)...
Tbilisi, Georgia
Dials and are equipment seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL)...
Dials and equipment are seen during a media tour of the Central Public Health Reference Laboratory (CPHRL) in Tbilisi, March 16, 2011. Georgia and the United States will inaugurate on Friday a $100 million biological research facility in the capital Tbilisi, the U.S. ambassador said, in an effort to combat the global spread of diseases and bioterrorism. Picture taken March 16, 2011. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: POLITICS SCI TECH)
Mid East Conflict
Mid East Conflict
Israel's Biowarfare Hospital - 10 Mar 2011
8 PICTURES
KOREA/
RTR2F6K8
June 15, 2010
Government officials wearing gas masks take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated...
Seoul, South Korea
Government officials take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government...
Government officials wearing gas masks take part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul June 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
KOREA/
RTR2F6K7
June 15, 2010
A government official wearing a gas mask takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the...
Seoul, South Korea
A government official takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government...
A government official wearing a gas mask takes part in an anti-biochemical terrorism exercise at the Integrated Government Complex in Seoul June 15, 2010. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MILITARY)
RUSSIA-ART/
RTR20G2N
July 23, 2008
Performance artists have sex in front of a banner calling for copulation in support of Dmitry Medvedev...
Moscow, Russia
Performance artists have sex in front of a banner
Performance artists have sex in front of a banner calling for copulation in support of Dmitry Medvedev a few days before his election as president in the Biological Museum in Moscow, February 29, 2008. Carrying bags filled with stolen groceries, the founders of Russia's main radical artist group take out the batteries of their mobile phones before entering their secret home on the outskirts of Moscow. This is to prevent the cops from listening in, said Oleg Vorotnikov, a buoyant 29-year-old art graduate, who co-founded the opposition group Voina, or War. Picture taken February 29, 2008. To match feature RUSSIA-ART/ REUTERS/Thomas Peter (RUSSIA)
INDIA/
RTR1ZKXB
April 17, 2008
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during an exercise to prepare for chemical...
Kolkata, India
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during a preparation exercise in Kolkata...
Soldiers carry a man acting as an injury victim on a stretcher during an exercise to prepare for chemical and biological terror attacks in the eastern India city of Kolkata April 17, 2008. REUTERS/Jayanta Shaw (INDIA)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V8AU
October 23, 2007
Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Dick Pound (L), French Minister for Health, Youth and...
Paris, France
Pound, Bachelot-Narquin and President of UCI McQuaid attend a news conference in Paris
Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Dick Pound (L), French Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin (C) and President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid attend a news conference after the international cycling anti-doping meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. McQuaid has hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V8AB
October 23, 2007
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, French Minister for Health, Youth and Sport, speaks during the international...
Paris, France
Bachelot-Narquin, French Minister for Health, Youth and Sport, speaks during the international cycling...
Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin, French Minister for Health, Youth and Sport, speaks during the international cycling anti-doping meeting in Paris, October 23, 2007. Pat McQuaid, President of the International Cycling Union has hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V8A8
October 23, 2007
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during an anti-doping...
Paris, France
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling meeting...
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during an anti-doping cycling meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. President of the International Cycling Union Pat McQuaid has hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. The sign reads "International Cycling Anti-Doping Meeting". REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V89V
October 23, 2007
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth...
Paris, France
President of UCI McQuaid, France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin and Chairman...
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin (C) and Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Dick Pound pose for photographers after a cycling anti-doping meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. McQuaid hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V89T
October 23, 2007
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling...
Paris, France
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling meeting...
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. President of the International Cycling Union Pat McQuaid has hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V89Q
October 23, 2007
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling...
Paris, France
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling meeting...
France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin speaks during a anti-doping cycling meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. President of the International Cycling Union Pat McQuaid has hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V89I
October 23, 2007
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth...
Paris, France
President of UCI McQuaid, France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin and Chairman...
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin (C) and Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Dick Pound pose for photographers after a cycling anti-doping meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. McQuaid hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
CYCLING-DOPING/MEETING
RTR1V89E
October 23, 2007
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth...
Paris, France
President of UCI McQuaid, France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Bachelot-Narquin and Chairman...
President of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid (L), France's Minister for Health, Youth and Sport Roselyne Bachelot-Narquin (C) and Chairman of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Dick Pound pose for photographers after a cycling anti-doping meeting in Paris October 23, 2007. McQuaid hailed the proposed creation of a biological passport for professional riders as a landmark development in the war against doping. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier (FRANCE)
BELGIUM-PASSCHENDAELE/
RTR1RROI
July 12, 2007
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (C) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh (3rd from top), accompanied by...
Wavre, Belgium
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip visit GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (C) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh (3rd from top), accompanied by Belgium's Princess Mathilde (2nd from top) and Crown Prince Philippe (2nd from bottom) visit GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12, 2007. Queen Elizabeth visited Belgium on Thursday to mark the 90th anniversary of the start of the World War One battle of Passchendaele. REUTERS/Virginie Lefour/Pool (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-PASSCHENDAELE/
RTR1RRDD
July 12, 2007
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12,...
Wavre, Belgium
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12, 2007. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are on an official visit to Belgium during which they will take part in commemoration ceremonies for the 90th anniversary of the World War One Battle of Passchendaele. REUTERS/Alain Sprimont (BELGIUM)
BELGIUM-PASSCHENDAELE/
RTR1RRDA
July 12, 2007
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12,...
Wavre, Belgium
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12, 2007. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are on an official visit to Belgium during which they will take part in commemoration ceremonies for the 90th anniversary of the World War One Battle of Passchendaele. REUTERS/Alain Sprimont (BELGIUM)
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July 12, 2007
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, visit GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals...
Wavre, Belgium
Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh visit GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters...
Britain's Queen Elizabeth (L) and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, visit GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12, 2007. The Royal couple are on an official visit to Belgium during which they will take part in commemoration ceremonies for the 90th anniversary of the World War One Battle of Passchendaele. REUTERS/Alain Sprimont (BELGIUM)
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July 12, 2007
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12,...
Wavre, Belgium
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre
Britain's Queen Elizabeth visits GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals headquarters in Wavre, Belgium July 12, 2007. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, are on an official visit to Belgium during which they will take part in commemoration ceremonies for the 90th anniversary of the World War One Battle of Passchendaele. REUTERS/Alain Sprimont (BELGIUM)
SECURITY-SINGAPORE/
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March 28, 2007
A member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a...
Singapore, Singapore
member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a simulated...
A member of the Singapore Civil Defence Force in a bio hazard protective suit works at the site of a simulated gas attack inside a mock Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) train at the Home Team Academy in Singapore, March 28, 2007. The Home Team Academy, opened by the Ministry of Home Affairs in September 2006, houses simulated facilities such as counter-terrorism training stations and is intended to be an internationally recognised centre providing professional training and education on homefront security, safety and law enforcement. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE)
RUSSIA
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April 28, 2006
A dog stands in front of a field kitchen during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the...
Stavropol, Russia
Dog stands in front of field kitchen during event to boost image of Russian poultry in southern Russian...
A dog stands in front of a field kitchen during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the southern Russian city of Stavropol April 28, 2006. The event was staged to denounce fears related to birdflu, which the organisers called a "biological war against Russia". Russia's latest outbreak of the H5N1 virus, which started in early February, has hit domestic and wild fowl in several regions in the North Caucasus area that borders Georgia and Azerbaijan. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA
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April 28, 2006
A man eats chicken from a field kitchen during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the...
Stavropol, Russia
Man eats chicken from field kitchen during event to boost image of Russian poultry in southern Russian...
A man eats chicken from a field kitchen during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the southern Russian city of Stavropol April 28, 2006. The event was staged to denounce fears related to birdflu, which the organisers called a "biological war against Russia". Russia's latest outbreak of the H5N1 virus, which started in early February, has hit domestic and wild fowl in several regions in the North Caucasus area that borders Georgia and Azerbaijan. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
RUSSIA
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April 28, 2006
A girl eats chicken during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the southern Russian city...
Stavropol, Russia
A girl eats chicken during an event to boost the image of Russian poulty in Stavropol
A girl eats chicken during an event to boost the image of Russian poultry in the southern Russian city of Stavropol April 28, 2006. The event was staged to denounce fears related to birdflu, which the organisers called a "biological war against Russia". Russia's latest outbreak of the H5N1 virus, which started in early February, has hit domestic and wild fowl in several regions in the North Caucasus area that borders Georgia and Azerbaijan. REUTERS/Eduard Korniyenko
ENVIRONMENT BOSNIA
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August 18, 2005
Torch light from a speleologist illuminates Bosnia's biggest cave, Vjetrenica, in this August 18, 2005...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
To accompany feature story Environment Bosnia.
Torch light from a speleologist illuminates Bosnia's biggest cave, Vjetrenica, in this August 18, 2005 file photo, where an international research team have arrived in southern Bosnia to explore its formation and animal life. Legend says fairies used to dance in the large chambers of the Vjetrenica cave, in southern Bosnia. The dancers were beautiful, but traces on the ground betrayed their cloven feet, the story goes. Today Vjetrenica, only 25 kilometers (15 miles) from the ancient Adriatic town of Dubrovnik, is praised by scientists as one of the richest in the world for underground biological life, but war and neglect have hindered efforts to shine the light of international acclaim on its treasures. TO ACCOMPANY FEATURE STORY ENVIRONMENT-BOSNIA REUTERS/ Danilo Krstanovic
CHINA JAPAN
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July 20, 2005
Chinese students hold photographs of those they say died of plague caused by germs spread by the Japanese...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese students hold photographs during their visit to the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo.
Chinese students hold photographs of those they say died of plague caused by germs spread by the Japanese military during their visit to the Foreign Ministry in Tokyo July 20, 2005 to reiterate their demand that Japan launch an investigation into the Imperial Army's biological unit 731 during World War Two. China criticised a Japanese court rejection of demands by Chinese plaintiffs for germ warfare compensation on Wednesday, allowing no let-up in tension between the neighbours over territory, regional influence and history. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
JAPAN
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July 19, 2005
A Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner with the words "Unjust Ruling", after a legal judgement, in...
Tokyo, Japan
A Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner with the words "Unjust Ruling", after a legal judgement, .....
A Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner with the words "Unjust Ruling", after a legal judgement, in front of the Tokyo High Court July 19, 2005. A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs for compensation and an apology from Japan's government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two.
JAPAN
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July 19, 2005
Chinese plaintiff Zhang Lizhong protests in Tokyo July 19, 2005, after the Tokyo High Court rejected...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese plaintiff protests in Tokyo after the Tokyo High Court rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs....
Chinese plaintiff Zhang Lizhong protests in Tokyo July 19, 2005, after the Tokyo High Court rejected demands from 180 Chinese plaintiffs for compensation from the Japanese government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two World War Two. In the lawsuit, 180 Chinese plaintiffs had demanded compensation of 10 million yen ($89,000) each and an apology for the activities of the Imperial Japanese Army's biological warfare units including the infamous Unit 731. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TY
JAPAN CHINA RULING
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July 19, 2005
Chinese plaintiffs and supporters prepare to march to protest against the Tokyo High Court's rejection...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese plaintiffs prepare for a demonstration after legal judgement in Tokyo.
Chinese plaintiffs and supporters prepare to march to protest against the Tokyo High Court's rejection against their demands in Tokyo July 19, 2005. In the lawsuit, 180 Chinese plaintiffs had demanded that Japan pay them compenstation of 10 million yen ($89,000) each and apologise for activities of the Imperial Japanese Army's biological warfare units including the infamous Unit 731, conducted in China before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
JAPAN CHINA RULING
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July 19, 2005
Chinese plaintiff Wang Jinhua (C) holds a banner in Tokyo July 19, 2005 after the Tokyo High Court rejected...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese plaintiff Wang holds a banner after legal judgement in Tokyo.
Chinese plaintiff Wang Jinhua (C) holds a banner in Tokyo July 19, 2005 after the Tokyo High Court rejected demands from 180 Chinese plaintiffs for compensation from the Japanese government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two. In the lawsuit, Chinese plaintiffs had demanded that Japan pay them compenstation of 10 million yen ($89,000) each and apologise for activities of the Imperial Japanese Army's biological warfare units including the infamous Unit 731. The banner reads "unjust ruling". REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/CN
JAPAN
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July 19, 2005
Tan Jialin of China holds up a sign with his father's portrait and a demand for an apology and compensation...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese man holds up a sign with his father's portrait during a protest in front of the Tokyo High Court....
Tan Jialin of China holds up a sign with his father's portrait and a demand for an apology and compensation written in Japanese and Chinese during a protest, after a legal judgement, in front of the Tokyo High Court July 19, 2005. A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs for compensation and an apology from Japan's government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CCK
JAPAN CHINA RULING
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July 19, 2005
A Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner with the words "Unjust Ruling", after a legal judgement, in...
Tokyo, Japan
Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner in front of the Tokyo High Court.
A Chinese girl cries as she holds a banner with the words "Unjust Ruling", after a legal judgement, in front of the Tokyo High Court July 19, 2005. A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs for compensation and an apology from Japan's government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CCK
JAPAN
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July 19, 2005
China's 68-year-old Wang Jinhua holds a banner after a legal judgement in front of the Tokyo High Court...
Tokyo, Japan
A Chinese man holds a banner in front of Tokyo High Court in Tokyo.
China's 68-year-old Wang Jinhua holds a banner after a legal judgement in front of the Tokyo High Court in Tokyo July 19, 2005. A Tokyo court on Tuesday rejected demands from Chinese plaintiffs for compensation and an apology from Japan's government for biological warfare conducted in China before and during World War Two. The banner reads, "Unjust Ruling"/ REUTERS/Toru Hanai TH/CN
CHINA
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May 05, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese...
Harbin, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japan.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state [media] say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes.] Picture taken April 24, 2005.
CHINA
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May 05, 2005
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese...
Harbin, China
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japan.....
-PHOTO TAKEN 24APR05- A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state [media] say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes.] Picture taken April 24, 2005.
CHINA JAPAN WAR
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April 24, 2005
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre...
Harbin, China
To match history feature China-Japan-War.
A Chinese man looks at the ruins of the power supply squad building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. At least 3,000 people, including Chinese civilians, Russians, Mongolians and Koreans, were killed in tests of biological weapons and other experiments at Unit 731 between 1939 and 1945, Chinese state media say. Biological weapons developed at the base are believed to have killed more that 200,000 Chinese during the Japanese occupation. Now China wants to make the museum a U.N.-recognised memorial to Japanese war crimes. Picture taken April 24, 2005. To match history feature China-Japan-War REUTERS/Jason Lee CC/KS
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