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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/INDIA
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July 06, 2020
A healthcare worker wearing a protective gear transfers blood sample of a resident into a vial during...
Ahmedabad, India
Outbreak of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Ahmedabad
A healthcare worker wearing a protective gear transfers blood sample of a resident into a vial during a check-up campaign to tackle the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Ahmedabad, India, July 6, 2020. REUTERS/Amit Dave
FRANCE-HEALTH/
RTX6948M
June 14, 2018
Pouches with platelets are seen as a volunteer donates blood during the international blood donation...
Nice, France
Pouches with platelets are seen as a volunteer donates blood during the international blood donation...
Pouches with platelets are seen as a volunteer donates blood during the international blood donation day in Nice, France, June 14, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard
NORTHKOREA-CHINA/BORDER-DEFECTORS
RTX5N7BB
April 12, 2018
Lee Oui-ryuk, 29, poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, September 12, 2017. Oui-ryuk is from...
Seoul, South Korea
The Wider Image: Escape from North Korea
Lee Oui-ryuk, 29, poses for a photograph in Seoul, South Korea, September 12, 2017. Oui-ryuk is from Onsong, near the border with China. He defected in 2010, and brought his ID card with him. "I brought my ID with me when I left North Korea. Juche 95.11.7 (the date in the North Korean calendar, which equates to Nov. 7, 2006) is the date I was issued with my ID. It says here my blood type is "A", but I'm actually an "O." For the 23 years I lived in North Korea, I thought my blood type was "A." They wrote down my blood type without even doing a test. They just wrote whatever they wanted to. I was caught trying to defect to South Korea around Kim Jong Il's birthday. They strengthen border security just before and after that date. "The bottom of the lamp is dark," as the saying goes, and I thought I'd be able to cross right under their noses. The soldiers shot at me as I tried to run away from the Tumen River. I managed to get away and hid, but someone reported me and I was caught. That's when I was taken to the bowibu (North Korean secret police) for three months of interrogation. The state ruled that I had tried to defect to South Korea, and I was sent to a camp for political prisoners. I escaped when they were transferring me to the camp. I hid and managed to make it to my big sister's house - that's when I grabbed these photos. I couldn't go home easily, so decided I had to hide in the mountains or somewhere remote. I needed my ID to move around without getting caught. and I took these 12 photos with me in case I wanted to look back and reminisce. I wrote on the back of them so as not to forget." REUTERS/Kim Hong-ji SEARCH "DEFECTORS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
STORY-YEAR ENDER/2015
RTX1XWNC
December 09, 2015
Ghazal, 4, (L) and Judy, 7, carrying 8-month-old Suhair, run away after the shelling of a Red Crescent...
Damascus, Syria
Yearend 2015: A Picture and Its Story
Ghazal, 4, (L) and Judy, 7, carrying 8-month-old Suhair, run away after the shelling of a Red Crescent convoy in Damascus, Syria May 6, 2015. Bassam Khabieh: I was covering the Syrian Arab Red Crescent convoy's visit to the the Douma neighborhood of Damascus, which was carrying medical aid and supplies used to give psychological support to children affected by war. Every time the aid convoy arrived, children would gather around it, happy that they were going to be supplied with food and medicine. Before the shell landed on the convoy I was sitting on the pavement relaxing; the children gathered around me so I could photograph them. While I was taking these photos, the shell exploded. It killed a female volunteer and wounded many people and volunteers nearby. The children were terrified and began to scream and cry, especially when they saw a female volunteer covered with blood from a head injury. The challenge to portray this image was just like the challenges we face daily in time of war. I knew that there might be another shell falling within a matter of seconds; then one did exactly that a little further away. Do you want to protect yourself, like everyone else, by walking into a shop or home? Help carry the injured or be satisfied to take photos while others transfer them to ambulances? Do you want to calm screaming children? Or do you just want to cry because of what’s happened? All these questions need answers in a matter of seconds before you can capture such an image. In this particular photograph, it was the first time I had seen how children's innocent laughter could turn into screams, fear and tears. It was a very sad moment when I put my eye to the viewfinder to take pictures of laughing children; then when I looked back after taking the picture, I saw the same children crying, distraught. It takes only a few seconds for life to turn to ashes and blood. REUTERS/Bassam Khabieh SEARCH "STORY-YEAR" FOR ALL 14 PICTURES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
A Picture and Its Story
A Picture and Its Story
From Smiles to Tears - 13 May 2015
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PAKISTAN-HEALTH/BLOOD
RTR4GUDI
December 05, 2014
Waqas,12, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with...
Islamabad, Pakistan
Waqas, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with his...
Waqas,12, who contracted HIV through a tainted blood transfusion, walks down a flight of stairs with his father after an interview with Reuters in Islamabad December 5, 2014. Lax oversight of blood banks means about a fifth of patients in Pakistan who get regular transfusions have been infected with hepatitis, a top government health official said on Friday. Some also get HIV. Pakistan's dangerously unregulated blood banks are in the spotlight after a charitable federation said 10 children getting transfusions for a blood disease contracted HIV. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (PAKISTAN- Tags: - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GUATEMALA/
RTR30E9M
April 05, 2012
A stretcher stained with blood is transported by paramedics outside of Granja Canada Jail after a prison...
Escuintla, Guatemala
A stretcher stained with blood is transported by paramedics outside of Granja Canada Jail after a prison...
A stretcher stained with blood is transported by paramedics outside of Granja Canada Jail after a prison riot in Escuintla, 70 km (43 miles) of Guatemala City April 5, 2012. The riots occurred this morning resulting in the death of a prisoner and several wounded by gunfire, according to local media. Inmates were believed to be interfering with prison authorities intending to transfer away a group of prisoners, who was extorting through telephones from inside the prison, prison authorities said. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
GUATEMALA/
RTR2Z4FN
March 10, 2012
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala...
Guatemala City, Mexico
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala...
Patients receiving inhalotherapy treatment sit in a row at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City March 9, 2012. Two deaths attributed to the Influenza A H1N1 virus, one at the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the other at the Roosevelt Hospital, have been reported by the Health System of Guatemala. Two more people suspected of having caught the virus have been placed under observation. Two thousand doses of Tamiflu are expected from Venezuela to combat this medical emergency.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH)
GUATEMALA/
RTR2Z4FI
March 10, 2012
A doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala...
Guatemala City, Mexico
Doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City...
A doctor wearing a protective mask attends to a patient at the San Juan de Dios Hospital in Guatemala City March 9, 2012. Two deaths attributed to the Influenza A H1N1 virus, one at the San Juan de Dios Hospital and the other at the Roosevelt Hospital, were reported by the Health System of Guatemala. Two more people suspected of having caught the virus have been placed under observation. Two thousand doses of Tamiflu are expected from Venezuela to combat this medical emergency.
REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH)
YEMEN/
RTR2JGB8
March 04, 2011
An anti-government protester holds up a placard as he appears through a hole in a Yemeni flag during...
Sanaa, Yemen
An anti-government protester holds up a placard as he appears through a hole in a Yemeni flag during...
An anti-government protester holds up a placard as he appears through a hole in a Yemeni flag during a protest demanding the ouster of Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh outside Sanaa University March 4, 2011. Saleh rejected an opposition plan for him to transfer power this year, as demonstrations against his three-decade rule over the impoverished nation swelled into hundreds of thousands. The placard reads, "I'm the next martyr. The blood of martyrs is a fuel for our revolution." REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah (YEMEN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
PEOPLE-CERATI/
RTR2EEAJ
May 26, 2010
A fan of Gustavo Cerati puts a stuffed animal on a support poster at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad...
Caracas, Venezuela
A fan of Gustavo Cerati puts a stuffed animal on a support poster at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad...
A fan of Gustavo Cerati puts a stuffed animal on a support poster at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital where the singer is admitted, in Caracas May 26, 2010. Popular Argentine singer Cerati's condition has improved after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, but his condition is still delicate. If the singer continues to improve he may be transferred to Buenos Aires the next week, according to the Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-CERATI/
RTR2EEAI
May 26, 2010
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital,...
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital, where singer Gustavo Cerati is admitted, in Caracas May 26, 2010. Popular Argentine singer Cerati's condition has improved after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, but his condition is still delicate. If the singer continues to improve he may be transferred to Buenos Aires the next week, according to the Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-CERATI/
RTR2EB46
May 24, 2010
Chief of Intensive Care Unit at the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Antonio Martinelli talks to the...
Caracas, Venezuela
Chief of Intensive Care Unit at the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Antonio Martinelli talks to the...
Chief of Intensive Care Unit at the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Antonio Martinelli talks to the media at the hospital, where singer Gustavo Cerati is in, in Caracas May 24, 2010. Popular Argentine singer Cerati's condition has improved after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, but his condition is still delicate. The singer has began assisted muscle rehabilitation and if he continues to improve he may be transferred to Buenos Aires in about two weeks, according to the Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
PEOPLE-CERATI/
RTR2EB44
May 24, 2010
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital,...
Caracas, Venezuela
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital,...
Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad Adolfredo Saez talks to the media at the hospital, where singer Gustavo Cerati is staying at, in Caracas May 24, 2010. Popular Argentine singer Cerati's condition has improved after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, but his condition is still delicate. The singer has began assisted muscle rehabilitation and if he continues to improve he may be transferred to Buenos Aires in about two weeks, according to the Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
PEOPLE-CERATI/
RTR2EB40
May 24, 2010
Fans of Gustavo Cerati sign a poster in support of him at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad, the hospital...
Caracas, Venezuela
Fans of Gustavo Cerati sign a poster in support of him at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad, the hospital...
Fans of Gustavo Cerati sign a poster in support of him at Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad, the hospital which the singer is staying in, in Caracas May 24, 2010. Popular Argentine singer Cerati's condition has improved after undergoing surgery for a blood clot in his brain, but his condition is still delicate. The singer has began assisted muscle rehabilitation and if he continues to improve he may be transferred to Buenos Aires in about two weeks, according to the Medical Director of the Centro Medico Docente La Trinidad hospital. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEALTH)
PHILIPPINES/
RTR2CTWV
April 15, 2010
Andal Ampatuan Jr., a local mayor of Maguindanao province, has his blood pressure checked by a doctor...
Manila, Philippines
Andal Ampatuan Jr. has his blood pressure checked by a doctor before taken out of his cell in Manila
Andal Ampatuan Jr., a local mayor of Maguindanao province, has his blood pressure checked by a doctor before being taken out of his cell at the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) headquarters in Manila April 15, 2010. Ampatuan Jr., the main suspect in the massacre of 57 people including journalists in Maguindanao province in southern Philippines last year, was transferred on Thursday to a special detention facility in Camp Bagong Diwa, headquarters of the National Capital Region Police Office (NCRPO), in Taguig city, local media reported. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
PAKISTAN/
RTXEUSE
May 07, 2009
A child suffering from Thalassemia undergoes a blood transfusion process in Karachi May 7, 2009. World...
Karachi, Pakistan
Child suffering from Thalassemia undergoes blood transfusion process in Karachi
A child suffering from Thalassemia undergoes a blood transfusion process in Karachi May 7, 2009. World Thalassemia Day will be observed on Friday. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN HEALTH)
PAKISTAN/
RTXEUSD
May 07, 2009
Children suffering from Thalassemia undergo a blood transfusion process in Karachi May 7, 2009. World...
Karachi, Pakistan
Children suffering from Thalassemia undergo blood transfusion process in Karachi
Children suffering from Thalassemia undergo a blood transfusion process in Karachi May 7, 2009. World Thalassemia Day will be observed on Friday. REUTERS/Athar Hussain (PAKISTAN HEALTH)
IRAQ/
RTXEC4Q
April 24, 2009
A wounded boy receives treatment at a hospital after a bomb attack in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district April...
Baghdad, Iraq
A wounded boy receives treatment at a hospital after a bomb attack in Baghdad
A wounded boy receives treatment at a hospital after a bomb attack in Baghdad's Kadhimiya district April 24, 2009. In a second day of major bloodshed, two suicide bombers wearing explosive vests blew themselves up at the gates of a Shi'ite Muslim shrine in Baghdad on Friday, killing 60 people, Iraqi police said. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ CONFLICT)
IRAQ/
RTXEC4P
April 24, 2009
Residents wheel a boy who was wounded in a bomb attack in a hospital in Baghdad April 24, 2009. In a...
Baghdad, Iraq
Residents wheel a boy who was wounded in a bomb attack in a hospital in Baghdad
Residents wheel a boy who was wounded in a bomb attack in a hospital in Baghdad April 24, 2009. In a second day of major bloodshed, two suicide bombers wearing explosive vests blew themselves up at the gates of a Shi'ite Muslim shrine in Baghdad on Friday, killing 60 people, Iraqi police said. REUTERS/Thaier al-Sudani (IRAQ CONFLICT IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
FRANCE/
RTXDHNS
April 01, 2009
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French...
Marseille, France
Dr Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang collects gene...
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French Blood Institution) collects gene transfer vectors in his laboratory in Marseille, April 1, 2009. Dr Bagnis and his team of researchers at EFS have successfully genetically modified human red blood cells which could lead the way to creating samples of rare blood artificially. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTXDHNN
April 01, 2009
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French...
Marseille, France
Dr Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang collects gene...
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French Blood Institution) displays a tube as he collects gene transfer vectors in his laboratory in Marseille, April 1, 2009. Dr Bagnis and his team of researchers at EFS have successfully genetically modified human red blood cells which could lead the way to creating samples of rare blood artificially. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTXDHN8
April 01, 2009
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French...
Marseille, France
Dr Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang collects gene...
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French Blood Institution) displays a tube as he collects gene transfer vectors in his laboratory in Marseille, April 1, 2009. Dr Bagnis and his team of researchers at EFS have successfully genetically modified human red blood cells which could lead the way to creating samples of rare blood artificially. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTXDHLW
April 01, 2009
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French...
Marseille, France
Dr Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang collects gene...
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French Blood Institution) holds a tube as he collects gene transfer vectors in his laboratory in Marseille, April 1, 2009. Dr Bagnis and his team of researchers at EFS have successfully genetically modified human red blood cells which could lead the way to creating samples of rare blood artificially. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
FRANCE/
RTXDHLO
April 01, 2009
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French...
Marseille, France
Dr Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang collects gene...
Dr Claude Bagnis, head of the molecular haematology lab at the Etablissement Francais du Sang (French Blood Institution) collects gene transfer vectors in his laboratory in Marseille, April 1, 2009. Dr Bagnis and his team of researchers at EFS have successfully genetically modified human red blood cells which could lead the way to creating samples of rare blood artificially. REUTERS/Jean-Paul Pelissier (FRANCE HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH)
KASHMIR-PROTEST/HINDU
RTX7BQH
June 25, 2008
Blood is seen on a road in Srinagar, June 25, 2008, after two persons were killed and scores injured...
Srinagar, India
Bloodstains are seen on road in Srinagar
Blood is seen on a road in Srinagar, June 25, 2008, after two persons were killed and scores injured on Wednesday when police fired bullets to quell violent protests against a government decision to hand over forest land to a Hindu shrine trust in Indian Kashmir. Authorities last week said nearly 100 acres (40 ha) of forest land in Kashmir was being transferred to the Shri Amarnathji Shrine Board to erect temporary structures for thousands of pilgrims who annually trek to a shrine deep in the Himalayas. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
HONDURAS/
RTR1YHHA
March 18, 2008
Zenia Cruz, 23, receives a blood transfusion after being diagnosed with hemorrhagic dengue in Catarino...
San Pedro Sula, Honduras
Cruz receives a blood transfusion after being diagnosed with hemorrhagic dengue in Catarino Rivas hospital...
Zenia Cruz, 23, receives a blood transfusion after being diagnosed with hemorrhagic dengue in Catarino Rivas hospital in San Pedro Sula March 18, 2008. According to the epidemiology department of the Public Health Ministry, since the start of 2008 over 2,000 cases of classic dengue and 27 of hemorrhagic dengue have been diagnosed. The Aedes aegyptis mosquito spreads dengue and breeds in stagnant water pools. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTX5F68
January 10, 2008
People donate blood at a blood donation centre in Lucerne, January 10, 2008. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer...
Lucerne, Switzerland
People donate blood at a blood donation centre in Lucern
People donate blood at a blood donation centre in Lucerne, January 10, 2008. REUTERS/Michael Buholzer (SWITZERLAND)
USA/
RTR1OJ5L
April 11, 2007
Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated as he is transferred back to a cage after getting blood...
Wellington, UNITED STATES
Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated as he is transferred back to a cage after getting blood...
Herc, a male black-footed ferret is still sedated as he is transferred back to a cage after getting blood and semen drawn for testing at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Black-footed Ferret Conservation Center in Wellington, Colorado April 11, 2007. By 1980 it was believed that the black-footed ferret was extinct when a group of only 18 was discovered in Wyoming. With breeding taking place at the Conservation Center the wild population is now around 500. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTR1K3P9
December 06, 2006
South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun gets out of a helicopter to transfer to an airplane bounded for...
Seoul, South Korea
To match feature KOREA-PRESIDENT
South Korea's President Roh Moo-hyun gets out of a helicopter to transfer to an airplane bounded for Indonesia at Seoul military airbase, December 3, 2006. South Korea's democracy built a generation ago through blood, sweat and tear gas has matured, and now many believe the presidency should too. Picture taken on December 3, 2006. To match feature KOREA-PRESIDENT/ REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
GERMANY
RTR1H2RW
September 07, 2006
An activist from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is covered with fake blood and packed...
Hamburg, Germany
Activist from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is packed with plastic film to mimic packed...
An activist from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) is covered with fake blood and packed with plastic film to mimic packed meat during a protest in central Hamburg September 7, 2006. The activist protested against mistreatment and mishandling of animals before their slaughter. Signs read 'Eating meat is always cruelty to animals' and 'Transfer into their skins'. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1H2RR
September 07, 2006
Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are covered in fake blood and packed...
Hamburg, Germany
Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals get packed with plastic film to mimic packed...
Activists from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) are covered in fake blood and packed with cling film to mimic packed meat during a protest in central Hamburg September 7, 2006. The demonstrators protested against mistreatment and mishandling of animals before their slaughter. Signs read 'Eating meat is always cruelty to animals' and 'Transfer into their skins'. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
MILOSEVIC
RTXKFK9
April 12, 2001
Residents walk by posters of arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic that reads "Who is...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Residents walk by posters of arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic that reads "Who i.....
Residents walk by posters of arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic that reads "Who is to blame" published by student based movement "Resistance" in Belgrade April 12, 2001. Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was transferred to hospital from his jail cell late on Wednesday due to heart problems caused by high blood pressure, prison and hospital authorities said. "Two medical teams examined Milosevic in jail and it was decided he should be transferred to a hospital," a source close to Belgrade prison authorities said.
MILOSEVIC
RTXKFDR
April 12, 2001
Picture shows general view of military medical academy in Belgrade April 12, 2001 where arrested former...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Picture shows general view of military medical academy in Belgrade April 12, 2001 where arrested for.....
Picture shows general view of military medical academy in Belgrade April 12, 2001 where arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was transferred late on Wednesday evening due to heart problems. Two medical teams examined Milosevic in jail and it was decided he should be transferred to hospital due to problems caused by high blood pressure.
YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC
RTRGW6A
April 12, 2001
Residents walk by posters of arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic that reads "Who is...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
RESIDENTS WALK BY POSTERS OF ARRESTED FORMER YUGOSLAV PRESIDENT MILOSEVIC IN BELGRADE.
Residents walk by posters of arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic that reads "Who is to blame" published by student based movement "Resistance" in Belgrade April 12, 2001. Former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was transferred to hospital from his jail cell late on Wednesday due to heart problems caused by high blood pressure, prison and hospital authorities said. "Two medical teams examined Milosevic in jail and it was decided he should be transferred to a hospital," a source close to Belgrade prison authorities said.

PEK/AA
YUGOSLAVIA MILOSEVIC
RTRGW0Q
April 12, 2001
Picture shows general view of military medical academy in Belgrade April 12, 2001 where arrested former...
Belgrade, Yugoslavia
GENERAL VIEW OF HOSPITAL WHERE SLOBODAN MILOSEVIC WAS TAKEN IN BELGRADE.
Picture shows general view of military medical academy in Belgrade April 12, 2001 where arrested former Yugoslav President Slobodan Milosevic was transferred late on Wednesday evening due to heart problems. Two medical teams examined Milosevic in jail and it was decided he should be transferred to hospital due to problems caused by high blood pressure.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO REFUGEES
RTRJ0ER
November 03, 1998
Children pass by the blood of their father Fehim Sopa November 3 who was shot by an unknown attacker...
Malo Gracko, Yugoslavia
CHILDREN PASSING BY THE BLOOD OF FEHMI SOPA WHO WAS SHOT BY KLA.
Children pass by the blood of their father Fehim Sopa November 3 who was shot by an unknown attacker last night in the Kosovo village of Malo Gracko. Independent Serbian media said that rebel Kosovo Liberation Army gunmen attacked Sopa for alleged loyalty to Serbia. Fehmi is transfered to Pristina hospital where doctors are fighting for his life.

LB/CLH/
RTREXMZ
June 17, 1998
An armed Israeli soldier looks into an ambulance at the blood-covered body of Abdel Majid Abu Turki as...
ISRAELI SOLDIER INSPECTS AMBULANCE WITH PALESTINIAN BODY IN HEBRON.
An armed Israeli soldier looks into an ambulance at the blood-covered body of Abdel Majid Abu Turki as it is brought to the local Israeli army base for transfer to an Israeli pathologist June 17. Three Jewish settlers have been arrested for the death of the 45-year-old Palestinian farmer who was killed when the settlers riding in a car hit him with a wooden plank during a drive-by attack last night.

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