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EL SALVADOR-VIOLENCE/WIDERIMAGE
RTX23ECN
January 21, 2016
A forensic technician makes notes while performing an autopsy on a crime victim at the morgue of the...
San Salvador, El Salvador
The Wider Image: Death in San Salvador
A forensic technician makes notes while performing an autopsy on a crime victim at the morgue of the Forensic Institute in San Salvador, July 7, 2015. In El Salvador the number of homicides surged 70 percent last year, making the central American nation among the most violent countries in the world. Violence and murders have risen steadily since a 2012 truce between the two main street gangs began to fall apart. Months of reporting show killings in the suburbs of the capital, San Salvador, where powerful gangs known as maras control entire neighbourhoods. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas PICTURE 34 OF 35 - SEARCH "CABEZAS MURDER" FOR ALL IMAGES
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5TW
September 24, 2015
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Rosario, Argentina
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, Argentina September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-DRUGS/
RTX1S5OC
September 24, 2015
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos...
Rosario, Argentina
An official from the AFIP tax agency walks her sniffer dog by the port of Rosario
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy on a unknown person at the morgue of Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. International drug-enforcement officials have taken to calling Rosario "The Tijuana of Argentina" for what it has in common with the Mexican border city used to move cocaine into the United States. Experts say the drug enters Argentina by truck or plane from Andean cocaine-producing countries to the north. The smuggling routes narrow the closer shipments get to Rosario, increasing violent competition among gangs to control the final steps toward the Parana River, which leads south to Buenos Aires and the shipping lanes of the Atlantic. Drug-related killings spiked so high in Rosario last year that federal forces were called in to provide security. To match story ARGENTINA-DRUGS/ Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
ARGENTINA-CRIME/
RTX1RSIG
September 22, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy...
Rosario, Argentina
Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy at a morgue in Rosario, north of Buenos Aires
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH AND INJURY Forensic physicians carry out an autopsy at a morgue in Rosario, north of Buenos Aires, September 10, 2015. Members of Argentina’s Gendarmerie took control of security in parts of the city last year after a spike in violence in drug-infested neighbourhoods. The local morgue reports a fall in homicides since April 2014, when the government sent its Gendarmerie to Rosario to provide law and order in areas of the city. Picture taken September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian
SAFRICA-RHINOS-TECH
RTR452L2
September 05, 2014
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed...
Pretoria, South Africa
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed...
Members of the media film as a ranger performs a post mortem on the carcass of a rhino after it was killed for its horn by poachers at the Kruger national park in Mpumalanga province August 27, 2014. Rhino poachers in South Africa now risk giving themselves away when they shoot thanks to a high-tech, gunfire-detection system being piloted in the country's flagship Kruger National Park.The stakes are high, for rhinos are being slain in escalating numbers for their prized horns, alarming both conservationists and the government since wildlife in South Africa is an important tourist draw. Picture taken August 27, 2014. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS MEDIA)
USA-MISSOURI-SHOOTING/
RTR42UIW
August 18, 2014
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal...
Brown family attorney Daryl Parks points on an autopsy diagram to the head wound that was likely fatal to Michael Brown during a news conference in Ferguson, Missouri August 18, 2014. The family of Michael Brown, a teenager shot dead by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri, paid for an independent autopsy which was carried out by Dr. Michael Baden, former chief medical examiner for the City of New York. REUTERS/Mark Kauzlarich (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SURINAME/
RTR2ZAIK
March 13, 2012
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit (L), Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname (C) and...
Paramaribo, Suriname
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit, Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname and Danish...
Surinamese Veterinarian Audrey Steenland-Smit (L), Monique Pool of Green Heritage Fund Suriname (C) and Danish Necrologist Trine Hammer-Jensen (R), take biometric data from a dead Costero dolphin during an autopsy in Suriname, in Paramaribo, March 13, 2012. The NGO named Green Heritage Fund Suriname has a program in which it collects information about dolphins as they are concerned with the effects of increasing oil exploration off the coast of neighboring Guyana, the organization said. REUTERS/Ranu Abhelakh (SURINAME - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
HEALTH
RTXQCR5
November 04, 2009
Biosensors, involving fluorescence resonance energy transfer using peptide substrates, glow in different...
Silver Spring, UNITED STATES
Biosensors glow in different colours during a lab tour for media from the science industry at the U.S....
Biosensors, involving fluorescence resonance energy transfer using peptide substrates, glow in different colours during a lab tour for media from the science industry at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) headquarters in Silver Spring, Maryland, November 4, 2009. U.S. health officials unveiled plans to fight avoidable injuries from medication errors or misuse, a problem that harms hundreds of thousands of people each year and can be deadly. REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES HEALTH)
Profile
Profile
'Dr Death' Kevorkian - 24 Mar 2008
35 PICTURES
Entertainment
Entertainment
'Paris Hilton Autopsy' Sculpture in Brooklyn - 09 May 2007
5 PICTURES
BRITAIN-STABBING/
RTR1NM0P
March 18, 2007
A police forensic officer searches the scene of a stabbing in east London March 18, 2007. A 15-year-old...
London, United Kingdom
A police forensic officer searches the scene of a stabbing in east London
A police forensic officer searches the scene of a stabbing in east London March 18, 2007. A 15-year-old boy was stabbed to death in a London street in the latest teenage murder to hit the capital, police said on Sunday. REUTERS/Rob Dawson (BRITAIN)
BOSNIA-SERBIA/COURT
RTR1MUZK
February 26, 2007
A forensic expert of the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) holds a skull at the ICMP...
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina
A forensic expert of the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) holds a skull at the ICMP...
A forensic expert of the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP) holds a skull at the ICMP centre near Tuzla February 26, 2007 while trying to identify remains of a victim of a 1995 Srebrenica massacre. The highest U.N. court cleared Serbia on Monday of responsibility for genocide in Bosnia during the 1992-95 war, but said it had violated its obligation to prevent and punish genocide. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR1MFR3
February 15, 2007
A police forensic officer enters the property where a 15-year-old boy was shot dead, in Clapham in south...
London, United Kingdom
Forensic officer enters scene of third recent fatal shooting of teenager in south London
A police forensic officer enters the property where a 15-year-old boy was shot dead, in Clapham in south London, February 15, 2007. The shooting of the teenager on Wednesday was the third fatal shooting in south London in 12 days prompting an emergency meeting of senior British Metropolitan Police officers. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
BRITAIN-SHOOTING/
RTR1MFQ0
February 15, 2007
Police forensic officers enter the property where a 15-year-old boy was shot dead, in Clapham in south...
London, United Kingdom
Forensic officers enter scene of third recent fatal shooting of teenager in south London
Police forensic officers enter the property where a 15-year-old boy was shot dead, in Clapham in south London, February 15, 2007. The shooting of the teenager on Wednesday was the third fatal shooting in south London in 12 days prompting an emergency meeting of senior British Metropolitan Police officers. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
News
News
Court and Medical Proceedings after Anna Nicole Smith's Death - 09 Feb 2007
30 PICTURES
ANNANICOLE/
RTR1M6JK
February 09, 2007
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida February 9, 2007....
Dania Beach, UNITED STATES
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida
Reporters gather at Broward County Medical Examiners offices in Dania Beach, Florida February 9, 2007. Dr. Joshua Perper will be performing an autopsy on entertainment celebrity Anna Nicole Smith who died suddenly on February 8. REUTERS/Hans Deryk (UNITED STATES)
IRAQ
RTR1E1FX
June 03, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH
A morgue employee removes a man's head...
Baquba
Morgue employee removes man's head from box found on streets of Baquba
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUAL COVERAGE OF SCENES OF INJURY OR DEATH
A morgue employee removes a man's head from a box found on the streets of Baquba, Iraq, June 3, 2006. Witnesses said a note in the box said the head belonged to Sheikh Abdel Aziz Hamad al Mashhadani, the Imam of a Sunni mosque on the outskirts of Baghdad, and accused him of killing four physicians from the Baghdad area. REUTERS/Helmiy Al-Azawi (IRAQ)
BIRDFLU SWITZERLAND
RTR1B5Z1
February 17, 2006
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology...
Zurich, Switzerland
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology...
Dead swans lie on a table after autopsy in the laboratory of the Institute of Veterinary Bacteriology at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, February 17, 2006. Tests performed at the laboratory on ten dead birds found in Switzerland, six of them swans, have proved negative for all forms of bird flu, including the killer H5N1 virus. REUTERS/Siggi Bucher
YEAREND PICTURES
RTRANZ8
March 30, 2002
An international expert searches for evidence in a mass grave near
Sipovo in western Bosnia March 30,...
Sipovo, Bosnia
YEAREND PICTURES 2002.
An international expert searches for evidence in a mass grave near
Sipovo in western Bosnia March 30, 2002. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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