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RTR28RQU
January 12, 2010
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/ - Colour coded world map showing countries using cluster bombs, with 3D diagram detailing...
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/ - Colour coded world map showing countries using cluster bombs, with 3D diagram detailing the bomb and its function. Previously transmitted on 19/05/2008
RTR28RQT
January 12, 2010
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/ - Colour coded world map showing countries using cluster bombs, with 3D diagram detailing...
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/ C
CLUSTERBOMBS-US/ - Colour coded world map showing countries using cluster bombs, with 3D diagram detailing the bomb and its function. Previously transmitted on 19/05/2008
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0K0
November 27, 2008
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, visits disabled children in the...
Nabatiyeh, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, visits disabled children in the town of Nabatiyeh, south Lebanon November 27, 2008. Some of the children are among more than 270 people maimed by cluster bombs since Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah guerrillas. Whitehead plans to run in the Beirut marathon on Sunday. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JY
November 27, 2008
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, visits disabled children in the...
Nabatiyeh, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, visits disabled children in the town of Nabatiyeh, south Lebanon November 27, 2008. Some of the children are among more than 270 people maimed by cluster bombs since Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah guerrillas. Whitehead plans to run in the Beirut marathon on Sunday. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JT
November 27, 2008
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, demonstrates his artificial limbs...
Nabatiyeh, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Richard Whitehead, a British disability activist who was born legless, demonstrates his artificial limbs to a boy who lost a leg in a cluster bomb blast during his visit to disabled children in the town of Nabatiyeh, south Lebanon November 27, 2008. Some of the children are among more than 270 people maimed by cluster bombs since Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah guerrillas. Whitehead plans to run in the Beirut marathon on Sunday. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JP
November 27, 2008
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster...
TIBNIN, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster bomblets in a field near the town of Tibnin in south Lebanon November 26, 2008. Israel inadvertently galvanised a campaign to ban cluster munitions by raining bomblets over south Lebanon in the last 72 hours of its 2006 war with Hezbollah fighters. A treaty banning cluster bombs is due to be signed in Norway next week. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JM
November 27, 2008
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster...
TIBNIN, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster bomblets in a field near the town of Tibnin in south Lebanon November 26, 2008. Israel inadvertently galvanised a campaign to ban cluster munitions by raining bomblets over south Lebanon in the last 72 hours of its 2006 war with Hezbollah fighters. A treaty banning cluster bombs is due to be signed in Norway next week. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JL
November 27, 2008
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster...
TIBNIN, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, search for cluster bomblets in a field near the town of Tibnin in south Lebanon November 26, 2008. Israel inadvertently galvanised a campaign to ban cluster munitions by raining bomblets over south Lebanon in the last 72 hours of its 2006 war with Hezbollah fighters. A treaty banning cluster bombs is due to be signed in Norway next week. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
RTXB0JJ
November 27, 2008
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, prepare themselves...
TIBNIN, Lebanon
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
Members of an all-woman battle area clearance team, trained by Norwegian People's Aid, prepare themselves to search for cluster bomblets in a field near the town of Tibnin in south Lebanon November 26, 2008. Israel inadvertently galvanised a campaign to ban cluster munitions by raining bomblets over south Lebanon in the last 72 hours of its 2006 war with Hezbollah fighters. A treaty banning cluster bombs is due to be signed in Norway next week. REUTERS/ Ali Hashisho (LEBANON)
TO MATCH FEATURE CLUSTERBOMBS/ LEBANON
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HSX
December 07, 2007
Wolfgang Petritsch, Austrian Ambassador to the U.N., listens to journalists' questions during a news...
Vienna, Austria
Wolfgang Petritsch, Austrian Ambassador to the U.N., listens to journalists' questions during a news...
Wolfgang Petritsch, Austrian Ambassador to the U.N., listens to journalists' questions during a news conference in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HST
December 07, 2007
Wolfgang Petritsch, Austrian Ambassador to the U.N., gestures during a news conference in Vienna December...
Vienna, Austria
Austrian Petritsch, Ambassador to the U.N., gestures during a news conference in Vienna
Wolfgang Petritsch, Austrian Ambassador to the U.N., gestures during a news conference in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HSP
December 07, 2007
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), reacts...
Vienna, Austria
Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition, reacts after a news...
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), reacts after a news conference at the Conference on Cluster Munitions in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HSL
December 07, 2007
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), listens...
Vienna, Austria
Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition, listens journalists...
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, survivor and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), listens journalists questions during a news conference in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HSB
December 07, 2007
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, surviver and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), reacts...
Vienna, Austria
Kapetanovic of Serbia, surviver and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition, reacts during a news...
Branislav Kapetanovic of Serbia, surviver and spokesman of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), reacts during a news conference in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
CLUSTERBOMBS-BAN/
RTX4HS6
December 07, 2007
Thomas Nash, Coordinator of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), gestures during a news conference in...
Vienna, Austria
Nash, Coordinator of the Cluster Munition Coalition, gestures during a news conference in Vienna
Thomas Nash, Coordinator of the Cluster Munition Coalition (CMC), gestures during a news conference in Vienna December 7, 2007. REUTERS/Herbert Neubauer (AUSTRIA)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6ZK
March 07, 2007
President of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Chuck Searcy speaks at his office in Vietnam's central Quang...
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
President of Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund Chuck Searcy speaks at his office in Vietnam's central Quang Tri province, 600 km (372 miles) south of Hanoi, February 27, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on February 27, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6ZD
March 07, 2007
Workers check for unexploded ordnance at a forest in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Workers check for unexploded ordnance at a forest in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi, March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6YU
March 07, 2007
A workers carries unexploded ordnance in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
A workers carries unexploded ordnance in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi, March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6YE
March 07, 2007
Workers check for unexploded ordnance at a forest in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Workers check for unexploded ordnance at a forest in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi, March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6XZ
March 07, 2007
A worker carries unexploded ordnance in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
A worker carries unexploded ordnance in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6XP
March 07, 2007
A Vietnamese worker lays unexploded ordnances on the ground in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province,...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
A Vietnamese worker lays unexploded ordnances on the ground in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi, March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6XN
March 07, 2007
Le Van Phuc, a victim of unexploded ordnance, shows his scars at his house in Vietnam's central Quang...
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Le Van Phuc, a victim of unexploded ordnance, shows his scars at his house in Vietnam's central Quang Tri province, 600 km (372 miles) south of Hanoi, February 27, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on February 27, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6XI
March 07, 2007
Stephen Bradley, technical operations manager of British-based Mines Advisory Group (MAG), shows unexploded...
QUANG BINH PROVINCE, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Stephen Bradley, technical operations manager of British-based Mines Advisory Group (MAG), shows unexploded ordnances in Vietnam's central Quang Binh province, 500 km (311 miles) south of Hanoi, March 1, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on March 1, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ CONFLICT REPAIR WORK BY MINES ADVISORY GROUP (MAG) REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6X3
March 07, 2007
Tran Thi Thuy stands in front the altar of her son Pham Hoai Son, who was killed by cluster bombs on...
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Tran Thi Thuy stands in front the altar of her son Pham Hoai Son, who was killed by cluster bombs on February 19, 2007 at her house in at Tu Chinh village in Vietnam's central Quang Tri province, 600 km (372 miles) south of Hanoi, February 27, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, Pham Hoai Son was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on February 27, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM) Also see image GF1DVSYMSSAA
VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
RTR1N6WY
March 07, 2007
Do Thien Dang, a victim of unexploded ordnance is seen at his mushroom farm in Vietnam's central Quang...
Quang Tri Province, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/
Do Thien Dang, a victim of unexploded ordnance is seen at his mushroom farm in Vietnam's central Quang Tri province, 600 km (372 miles) south of Hanoi, February 28, 2007. In the same week that dozens of countries declared plans to ban cluster munitions, a boy was killed by the explosion of a steel ball he picked up and threw while tending livestock. Photo taken on February 28, 2007. To match feature VIETNAM-CLUSTERBOMBS/ REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
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