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PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D3I 
November 14, 2013 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees occupy a bungalow on the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel as fallen... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees occupy a bungalow on partly damaged Leyate Park Hotel in Tacloban... 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees occupy a bungalow on the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel as fallen trees damaged by super typhoon Haiyan are seen, in Tacloban November 14, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D3G 
November 14, 2013 
A homeless relative of a hotel employee sleeps on the floor of a bungalow at the partly damaged Leyte... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
A girl sleeps on the floor inside bungalow of the partly damaged Leyate Park Hotel in Tacloban 
A homeless relative of a hotel employee sleeps on the floor of a bungalow at the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel, in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban November 14, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D3B 
November 14, 2013 
People who are relatives of the hotel employees play inside a bungalow on the partly damaged Leyte Park... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
People play inside bungalow of the partly damaged Leyate Park Hotel in Tacloban 
People who are relatives of the hotel employees play inside a bungalow on the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan in Tacloban November 14, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D30 
November 14, 2013 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees rest inside a bungalow they occupied on the partly damaged Leyte... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees rest inside bungalow of partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel in Tacloban... 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees rest inside a bungalow they occupied on the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan, in Tacloban November 14, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D2Y 
November 14, 2013 
A homeless employee and his family dry their clothes as they occupy a bungalow on the partly damaged... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
Homeless hotel employee dries clothes at the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel in Tacloban 
A homeless employee and his family dry their clothes as they occupy a bungalow on the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel, in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan, in Tacloban November 14, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15D2I 
November 14, 2013 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees, who are occupying bungalows at the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel,... 
Tacloban, Philippines 
Survivors wash clothes at the swimming pool of Leyte Park Hotel in the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan... 
Homeless relatives of hotel employees, who are occupying bungalows at the partly damaged Leyte Park Hotel, wash their clothes in the swimming pool, as fallen palm trees destroyed by super typhoon Haiyan are seen around them, in Tacloban November 13, 2013. Philippine President Benigno Aquino was under growing pressure on Thursday to speed up the distribution of food, water and medicine to desperate survivors of a super typhoon as a U.S. aircraft carrier "strike group" arrived to get supplies moving. Picture taken November 13, 2013. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUR 
July 05, 2013 
Katy Bermudez inflates a float at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Katy Bermudez inflates a float at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Katy Bermudez inflates a float at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUM 
July 05, 2013 
Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, sons of Katy Bermudez, play with a cat in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground... 
Madrid, Spain 
Yago and Angel play with a cat in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid... 
Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, sons of Katy Bermudez, play with a cat in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUK 
July 05, 2013 
Katy Bermudez (R) puts a shoe on her son Yago, 4, inside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in... 
Madrid, Spain 
Bermudez puts a shoe on her son inside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid... 
Katy Bermudez (R) puts a shoe on her son Yago, 4, inside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUJ 
July 05, 2013 
Yago, 4, son of Katy Bermudez, sits outside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts... 
Madrid, Spain 
Yago, 4, sits outside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Yago, 4, son of Katy Bermudez, sits outside a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUE 
July 05, 2013 
Katy Bermudez (R) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, leave the pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in... 
Madrid, Spain 
Bermudez and her sons leave the pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Katy Bermudez (R) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, leave the pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DUA 
July 05, 2013 
Angel, 13, floats in a pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With... 
Madrid, Spain 
Angel, 13, floats in a pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Angel, 13, floats in a pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DU3 
July 05, 2013 
Angel, 13, showers before entering the pool next to his mother Katy Bermudez (C) and his brother Yago,... 
Madrid, Spain 
Angel, 13, showers before entering the pool at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Angel, 13, showers before entering the pool next to his mother Katy Bermudez (C) and his brother Yago, 4, at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DU2 
July 05, 2013 
Katy Bermudez (L) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, stand in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground... 
Madrid, Spain 
Bermudez and her sons stand in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Katy Bermudez (L) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, stand in a bungalow at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
SPAIN/
RTX11DU0 
July 05, 2013 
A field outside the "Arco Iris" campground is seen in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless... 
Madrid, Spain 
A field outside the "Arco Iris" campground is seen in the outskirts of Madrid 
A field outside the "Arco Iris" campground is seen in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) 
SPAIN/
RTX11DTZ 
July 05, 2013 
Katy Bermudez (C) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, walk at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts... 
Madrid, Spain 
Bermudez and her sons walk at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid 
Katy Bermudez (C) and her sons Yago, 4, and Angel, 13, walk at the "Arco Iris" campground in the outskirts of Madrid July 2, 2013. With jobless rates at over 26%, taking a holiday in Spain is increasingly becoming a luxury many cannot afford, but the "Happy Bungalow" project hopes to buckle the trend by giving unemployed families the opportunity to rest and enjoy the summer in campgrounds throughout the country. Over 50 private campgrounds participate in the project. Families where both parents are unemployed and have at least one child under 14 can apply to spend four days in a campground over the summer months from May to September, excluding the month of August. Picture taken July 2, 2013. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT) ATTENTION EDITORS : SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN 
GERMANY/
RTX1161D 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel stands on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl, in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during a day of open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX1161A 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel walks on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel walks on to the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel walks on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during a day of open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX115X1 
June 29, 2013 
A little boy looks at the screen of his camera after taking a happy snap of German Chancellor Angela... 
Bonn, Germany 
A little boy looks at the screen of his camera after taking a happy snap of German Chancellor Merkel... 
A little boy looks at the screen of his camera after taking a happy snap of German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during an open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX115WS 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel steps out to the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel steps out to the terrace the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel steps out to the terrace of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during an open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX115WR 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands in the 1980's-style kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow",... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel stands in the kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands in the 1980's-style kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during an open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX115WM 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands in the 1980's-style kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow",... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel stands in the kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel stands in the 1980's-style kitchen of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during an open house at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTX115WL 
June 29, 2013 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is silhouetted against the garden of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow",... 
Bonn, Germany 
German Chancellor Merkel walks on to the terrace the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow" in Bonn 
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is silhouetted against the garden of the so-called "Chancellor Bungalow", the private home of her predecessor Helmut Kohl in Bonn June 29, 2013. Merkel visited Bonn on Saturday during an open house day at the former German seat of the government. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS) 
STORM-SANDY/
RTR3ANMZ 
November 20, 2012 
January Nuzzo poses for a photograph nine feet above the ground on the living level of her home which... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Nuzzo poses for a photograph nine feet above ground on living level of her home which was destroyed by... 
January Nuzzo poses for a photograph nine feet above the ground on the living level of her home which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in Staten Island November 12, 2012. Nuzzo was trapped with her one month old son, Lucas, when the 13 feet storm surge rose too quickly for her to escape. At least 23 New Yorkers were killed in this low-lying area of Staten Island where mostly one-story former beach bungalows were inundated by flooding. Picture taken November 12, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

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RTR3ANMT 
November 20, 2012 
Kim Joyce stands in front of the remains of her home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy on Crescent Beach,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Joyce stands in front of the remains of her home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy on Crescent Beach, Staten... 
Kim Joyce stands in front of the remains of her home destroyed by Hurricane Sandy on Crescent Beach, Staten Island November 14, 2012. Joyce, who owned one of the last remaining beach bungalow style houses on the south shore of the island, had to swim to safety as the storm crashed through her house. She had to leave her pets behind but she returns each day in the hope that one of her nine cats will reappear. So far she has found the bodies of two of them. Picture taken November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

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RTR3ANMH 
November 20, 2012 
Jaswinder Kaur poses for a photograph with her two children Taranjot, 9, and Harshjot, 5, as they stand... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Kaur poses for a photograph with her two children as they stand in the remains of their convenience and... 
Jaswinder Kaur poses for a photograph with her two children Taranjot, 9, and Harshjot, 5, as they stand in the remains of their convenience and deli store which was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in New Dorp Beach, Staten Island November 14, 2012. Jaswinder, a single mother, faces an uncertain furture as the building that she rented may need to be torn down. At least 23 New Yorkers were killed in this low lying area of the south shore of Staten Island where mostly one-story former beach bungalows were inundated by flooding. Picture taken November 14, 2012. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)

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RTR3ABSK 
November 12, 2012 
Geraldine Chadwick stands in the front door of the home she shares with Gary Canfield and recalls how... 
SEASIDE HEIGHTS, UNITED STATES 
Geraldine Chadwick stands in the front door of the home she shares with Gary Canfield and recalls how... 
Geraldine Chadwick stands in the front door of the home she shares with Gary Canfield and recalls how they weathered the full force of Hurricane Sandy taking shelter in the attic of the home on Samson Avenue in Seaside Heights, New Jersey November 12, 2012. Chadwick recalled seeing a boat pass by the front of their home swept away by waves and feeling the building sway as the winds battered the bungalow one block from the beach. About 30,000 customers on the barrier islands and in shoreline communities in New Jersey - some of the most devastated after Sandy came ashore near Atlantic City - cannot be restored to service at this time due to massive infrastructure damage in that area, the company said. REUTERS/Tom Mihalek (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZSF 
February 17, 2012 
A Jewish settler rides his horse in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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A Jewish settler rides his horse in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZSC 
February 17, 2012 
Jewish children walk near a temporary home in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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Jewish children walk near a temporary home in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah, as the Palestinian village of Deir Dibwan, where Israel's Supreme Court ruled the owners of Migron's land live, is seen in the background February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZS7 
February 17, 2012 
Jewish youths dance and sing after planting a tree on Tu Bishvat, the Jewish Arbor day, in the unauthorized... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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Jewish youths dance and sing after planting a tree on Tu Bishvat, the Jewish Arbor day, in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZS3 
February 17, 2012 
An Israeli flag hangs off a pole in front of two foundations of temporary homes demolished by the Israeli... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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An Israeli flag hangs off a pole in front of two foundations of temporary homes demolished by the Israeli authorities last year in the unauthorised Jewish outpost of Migron, near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. The Jewish settlement of Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZRY 
February 17, 2012 
An Israeli soldier stands guard near a gate at the main entrance to the unauthorized Jewish outpost of... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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An Israeli soldier stands guard near a gate at the main entrance to the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZRX 
February 17, 2012 
A general view shows temporary homes in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
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A general view shows temporary homes in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZRW 
February 17, 2012 
Jewish settlers are seen through a window of a temporary structure, serving as a synagogue, as they pray... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON 
Jewish settlers are seen through a window of a temporary structure, serving as a synagogue, as they pray for Migron in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 8, 2012. Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out. Picture taken February 8, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON
RTR2XZRV 
February 17, 2012 
A Jewish settler walks near temporary homes in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West... 
Migron, Palestinian Territories 
To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON 
A Jewish settler walks near temporary homes in the unauthorized Jewish outpost of Migron near the West Bank city of Ramallah February 6, 2012. The Jewish settlement of Migron perches high on a blustery hill in the occupied West Bank. Its inhabitants pay taxes, are hooked up to the electricity grid and get round-the-clock protection from Israeli soldiers. Over the past decade the government has spent at least 4 million shekels ($1.1 million) on establishing and maintaining the cluster of squat, prefab bungalows, even building a neat tarmac road up the steep incline to the treeless ridge. Yet despite all that state help, Migron is an illegal outpost, even under Israeli law, and its time is running out.
Picture taken February 6, 2012. To match Insight ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN/SETTLEMENTS-MIGRON REUTERS/Baz Ratner (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS) 
SINGAPORE/
RTR2XVTV 
February 15, 2012 
An aerial view of the Sentosa Cove luxury homes in Singapore February 14, 2012. Picture taken February... 
Singapore, Singapore 
An aerial view of the Sentosa Cove luxury homes in Singapore 
An aerial view of the Sentosa Cove luxury homes in Singapore February 14, 2012. Picture taken February 14, 2012. REUTERS/Edgar Su (SINGAPORE - Tags: BUSINESS REAL ESTATE) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSQ1 
April 04, 2011 
A Malaysian Chinese man carries a paper replica of Mercedez Banz to his family before burning it as an... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A Malaysian Chinese man carries a paper replica of Mercedez Banz to his family before burning it as an offering to their ancestors
during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSQ0 
April 04, 2011 
A Malaysian Chinese man carries a box containing offerings including paper replicas of shirts, pants,... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A Malaysian Chinese man carries a box containing offerings including paper replicas of shirts, pants, shoes and money for his ancestors during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPX 
April 04, 2011 
A paper replica of Mercedes-Benz is burnt as an offering to the dead during Chinese Qingming Festival... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A paper replica of Mercedes-Benz is burnt as an offering to the dead during Chinese Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPV 
April 04, 2011 
Paper replicas of cars are for sale for the Chinese Qingming festival or Ancestors Day at a temple in... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
Paper replicas of cars are for sale for the Chinese Qingming festival or Ancestors Day at a temple in Petaling Jaya
outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPT 
April 04, 2011 
Thung Yon Qi, 4, a Malaysian Chinese girl, prepares to burn paper money during Qingming Festival or Ancestors... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
Thung Yon Qi, 4, a Malaysian Chinese girl, prepares to burn paper money during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPQ 
April 04, 2011 
A Malaysian Chinese family perform prayers during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A Malaysian Chinese family perform prayers during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPP 
April 04, 2011 
Malaysian Chinese family prepare for Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
Malaysian Chinese family prepare for Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPH 
April 04, 2011 
A Malaysian Chinese family gathers to offer prayers to their ancestors during Qingming Festival or Ancestors... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A Malaysian Chinese family gathers to offer prayers to their ancestors during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad/Files (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSPF 
April 04, 2011 
The words "iiPad" and "888 GB" are displayed on a paper replica of an Apple iPad on sale for the Chinese... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
The words "iiPad" and "888 GB" are displayed on a paper replica of an Apple iPad on sale for the Chinese Qingming festival, or Ancestors Day, at a funeral shop in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur on April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. The number 888 is auspicious in Chinese culture. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSP4 
April 04, 2011 
Malaysian Chinese family prepare to burn a paper replica of Mercedes Benz during Qingming Festival or... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
Malaysian Chinese family prepare to burn a paper replica of Mercedes Benz during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSON 
April 04, 2011 
Paper replicas of first generation iPads and iPhones sit on a shelf among other electronic gadgets for... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
Paper replicas of first generation iPads and iPhones sit on a shelf among other electronic gadgets for sale for the Chinese Qingming festival or Ancestors Day at a prayer supplies shop in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
MALAYSIA-FESTIVAL/IPAD
RTR2KSOE 
April 04, 2011 
A Malaysian Chinese family burns a paper replica of Mercedes-Benz during Qingming Festival or Ancestors... 
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia 
To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD 
A Malaysian Chinese family burns a paper replica of Mercedes-Benz during Qingming Festival or Ancestors Day at a cemetery in Petaling Jaya outside the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur on April 3, 2011. Chinese flock to cemeteries during Qingming Festival and honour their dead by offering prayers, food, tea, wine as well as paper replicas of bungalows, flashy cars, technological gadgets and Louis Vuitton bags, for their dead to enjoy in the afterlife. Photo taken April 3, 2011. To match Reuters Life! MALAYSIA FESTIVAL/IPAD REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
KENYA-REALESTATE/
RTXT6IG 
October 08, 2010 
A bungalow is seen in one of the upper-market suburbs of Kenya's capital Nairobi in this picture taken... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
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A bungalow is seen in one of the upper-market suburbs of Kenya's capital Nairobi in this picture taken September 27, 2010. Kenyans have got property buying fever in a big way and with more gains predicted foreign money is also boosting the country's hottest investment sector. Picture taken September 27. To match Analysis KENYA-REALESTATE/ REUTERS/Noor Khamis (KENYA - Tags: BUSINESS) 
MALAYSIA/
RTR2B0G6 
February 27, 2010 
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives... 
Rawang, Malaysia 
A member of Ikhwan Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin, poses with his four wives during a gathering to commemorate... 
A member of Malaysia's "Ikhwan" Polygamy Club, Mohd Nizamuddin Ashaari (C), 48, poses with his four wives during a gathering to commemorate Prophet Muhammad's birthday, in Rawang outside Kuala Lumpur February 27, 2010. The wives from left are, Laila Ahmad, 45, who is the second wife, Sukainah Hamzah, 47, is the first wife, Nizamuddin, Nur Sakinah Rahmanuddin, 45, is the fourth wife, and Umaimah Majid, 42, who is the third wife. They have 24 children in total, from three to 24 years old, who live in a five-room bungalow outside the capital of Kuala Lumpur. REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad (MALAYSIA) 
GHANA/
RTR2A8T0 
February 14, 2010 
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings (C) looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra,... 
Accra, Ghana 
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra 
Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings (C) looks at the remains of his residence in the capital Accra, February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS) 
GHANA/
RTR2A8SW 
February 14, 2010 
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings in... 
Accra, Ghana 
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Rawlings in the capital... 
Firefighters attempt to put out fire at the residence of Ghana's ex-President Jerry John Rawlings in the capital Accra, February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER POLITICS) 
GHANA-FIRE/
RTR2A8SE 
February 14, 2010 
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra... 
Accra, Ghana 
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra 
People look at the remains of the residence of Ghana's former president Jerry John Rawlings in Accra February 14, 2010. Fire gutted the official residence of Rawlings on Sunday. The former president, who ruled the West African nation from 1981 to 2001, was on a trip outside the capital at the time of the fire. The former first lady and her daughter escaped the mostly wooden colonial-style bungalow unhurt, officials said. REUTERS/Yaw Bibini (GHANA - Tags: DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
TRAVEL-INDIA/OOTY
RTR25ZHG 
July 24, 2009 
A bungalow is seen at Singara Tea Estate June 30, 2009. Got 48 hours to explore Ooty, a picturesque... 
OOTY, India 
To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-INDIA/OOTY 
A bungalow is seen at Singara Tea Estate June 30, 2009. Got 48 hours to explore Ooty, a picturesque town of tea estates, forests and mist-shrouded hills in India's southern Nilgiri Hills? Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors get the most from a short stay in the hill station established by the British colonial rulers in the early 19th century. Drop in for tea at the Singara Tea Estate, just like ormer Soviet Prime Minister Nikolai Bulganin did in the 1950s. Make sure you also take a short tour of the aromatic tea factory after having tea and cakes on the estate bungalow's lawn. To match Reuters Life! TRAVEL-INDIA/OOTY REUTERS/Ajay Kamalakaran (INDIA TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
MALDIVES/
RTR24CBT 
June 06, 2009 
A row of water bungalows is seen on Furanafushi Island in the Maldives May 23, 2009. The Republic of... 
Maldives 
A row of water bungalows is seen on Furanafushi Island in the Maldives 
A row of water bungalows is seen on Furanafushi Island in the Maldives May 23, 2009. The Republic of Maldives is an island country made up of a group of 26 atolls where eighty percent of the area is one metre or less above sea level. REUTERS/John Goh (MALDIVES TRAVEL SOCIETY) 
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Oddly 
German Chancellor's Bungalow - 14 Apr 2009 
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GERMANY/
RTXDZ9V 
April 14, 2009 
A painting of former German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard (1963-1967) by French artist Bernhard Buffet hangs... 
Bonn, Germany 
A painting of former German Chancellor Erhard by French artist Buffet hangs on the wall in the office... 
A painting of former German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard (1963-1967) by French artist Bernhard Buffet hangs on the wall in the office of Germany's second Chancellor in the former Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn April 14, 2009. The bungalow was built in 1964 by German architect Sep Ruf and was used by several Chancellors from 1964 until the German government moved to Berlin in 1999. The former Chancellor's bungalow will be opened as part of Bonn's museum 'Haus der Geschichte' (House of German History) on Thursday April 16, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTXDZ9U 
April 14, 2009 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn April 14, 2009.... 
Bonn, Germany 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn April 14, 2009. The bungalow was built in 1964 by German architect Sep Ruf and was used for representation and as a private house by several Chancellors from 1964 until the German government moved to Berlin in 1999. The former Chancellor's bungalow will be opened as part of Bonn's museum 'Haus der Geschichte' (House of German History) on Thursday April 16, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTXDZ9R 
April 14, 2009 
A photographer takes a picture of the small swimming pool in the yard of the Chancellor's bungalow in... 
Bonn, Germany 
A photographer takes a picture of the swimming pool in the yard of the Chancellor's bungalow in 1970... 
A photographer takes a picture of the small swimming pool in the yard of the Chancellor's bungalow in 1970 in Bonn April 14, 2009. The bungalow was built in 1964 by German architect Sep Ruf and was used for representation and as a private house by several Chancellors from 1964 until the German government moved to Berlin in 1999. The former Chancellor's bungalow will be opened as part of Bonn's museum 'Haus der Geschichte' (House of German History) on Thursday April 16, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTXDZ9M 
April 14, 2009 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn April 14, 2009.... 
Bonn, Germany 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn 
Picture shows the former reception and piano room in the Chancellor's bungalow in Bonn April 14, 2009. The bungalow was built in 1964 by German architect Sep Ruf and was used for representation and as a private house by several Chancellors from 1964 until the German government moved to Berlin in 1999. The former Chancellor's bungalow will be opened as part of Bonn's museum 'Haus der Geschichte' (House of German History) on Thursday April 16, 2009. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT) 
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