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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38IEX
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38IEP
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38IA8
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38I97
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38I96
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38I92
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38I8R
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020.
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/GERMANY
RTS38I8K
April 09, 2020
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague...
Oberammergau, Germany
The spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Oberammergau
Thomas Groener, pastor from Oberammergau, presents the so called "Book of Death" from the bubonic plague in the 17th century, as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in Oberammergau, Germany, April 9, 2020. REUTERS/Andreas Gebert
SOCCER-USA-CLR-SJE/
RTS2M3WD
August 10, 2019
Aug 10, 2019; Commerce City, CO, USA; General view of a bubonic plague warning sign on a prairie dog...
Commerce City, UNITED STATES
MLS: San Jose Earthquakes at Colorado Rapids
Aug 10, 2019; Commerce City, CO, USA; General view of a bubonic plague warning sign on a prairie dog mound outside of the main gates of Dick's Sporting Goods Park before the match between the San Jose Earthquakes against the Colorado Rapids. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWUY
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWU8
March 11, 2015
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Paris, France
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWU5
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more...
Paris, France
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more...
An archaeologist enters a cellar in a storage room to access the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWTE
March 11, 2015
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass...
Paris, France
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass...
A view shows the facade of the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store where archaeologists found eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWTB
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWT7
March 11, 2015
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Paris, France
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
Skeletons are pictured at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris March 10, 2015 . The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWSG
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-SUPERMARKET/GRAVES
RTR4SWS3
March 11, 2015
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons,...
Paris, France
An archaeologist works at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found...
An archaeologist works March 10, 2015 at the site where eight mass graves, with more than 200 skeletons, were found under the Monoprix Reaumur Sebastopol store in Paris. The discovery, made during renovation work in the cellar of the branch of Monoprix, has revealed what experts believe are victims of a sudden illness resembling an outbreak of Bubonic plague and could prove useful to historians studying burials in the Middle Ages. Eight communal graves have so far been discovered, seven small plots and one much larger one in which 150 skeletons have already been unearthed. The supermarket stands on the site of the cemetery of the Trinity hospital, founded in the 12th century and destroyed at the end of the 18th, and experts say the organisation of the graves points to a "mass mortality crisis". Picture taken March 10, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA JAPAN HARBIN
RTR1BL1O
April 24, 2005
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre in China...
A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee HIGHEST QUALITY AVAILABLE PICTURE TAKEN APRIL 24, 2005
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93G7
April 24, 2005
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of Harbin. A Chinese woman visits the ruins of the yellow-rat breeding room at a Japanese germ warfare centre located south of the north-east Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93FO
April 24, 2005
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin,...
Harbin, China
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in Harbin.
A view of the power plant in the Japanese germ warfare centre in the northeast Chinese city of Harbin, Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee ALF/KS
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93ES
April 24, 2005
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin,...
Harbin, China
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south ......
President of crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre Wang at ruins in south Harbin, China. The president of the crime evidence exhibition hall of Japanese germ warfare centre, Wang Peng, points at the ruins in south of Harbin in Heilongjiang province, northeast China, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of the Japanese germ warfare centre called "Unit 731" during World War Two. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93E2
April 24, 2005
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located...
Harbin, China
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre ...
Chinese visits ruins of live-human frostbite laboratory building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese visits the ruins of the live-human frostbite laboratory building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93DK
April 24, 2005
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Harbin, China
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ...
Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at exhibition hall of historical Japanese germ warfare located in south of Harbin. A Chinese man looks at figures showing vivisection tests at an exhibition hall of the historical Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Harbin, capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA JAPAN
RTR93AZ
April 24, 2005
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Harbin, UK
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of...
Chinese runs past ruins of power supply building of Japanese germ warfare centre located in south of Harbin. A Chinese runs past the ruins of the power supply building of a Japanese germ warfare centre located in the south of Haerbin, the capital of northeast China's Heilongjiang province, April 24, 2005. China will seek UNESCO World Heritage protection for the ruins of a Japanese germ warfare centre during World War Two called Unit 731. The laboratories, prisons and crematoria were notorious for experiments on humans to develop germ weapons, such as bubonic plague, typhoid, anthrax and cholera. REUTERS/Jason Lee
RTRBRM8
February 23, 1998
U.S. marshals escort Larry Wayne Harris (C), 46, of Lancaster, Ohio from the Foley Federal Building after...
multiple countries
LARRY WAYNE HARRIS LEAVES LAS VEGAS FEDERAL BUILDING
U.S. marshals escort Larry Wayne Harris (C), 46, of Lancaster, Ohio from the Foley Federal Building after the charge of possessing anthrax for use as a deadly weapon was dropped, February 23. Harris is still being held in custody due a possible probation violation relating to a case in May 1995, when he illegally obtained the organism that causes bubonic plague.

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