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COMOROS-CRASH/
RTXR9LR
November 29, 2009
Soldiers ride on a truck with coffins containing the bodies of the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
Moroni, Comoros
Soldiers ride on truck with coffins in the capital Moroni
Soldiers ride on a truck with coffins containing the bodies of the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital Moroni November 29, 2009. Hundreds of mourners gathered in the Comoros on Sunday to lay to rest victims of the Yemeni airliner that plunged into the Indian Ocean in June. President Ahmed Abdallah Sambi said it had taken months to identify the 83 bodies recovered by search teams, with some corpses washing up hundreds of miles away on the Tanzanian coast. REUTERS/Ahmed Ali Amir (COMOROS DISASTER SOCIETY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTXR9LH
November 29, 2009
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital...
Moroni, Comoros
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital...
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital Moroni November 29, 2009. Hundreds of mourners gathered in the Comoros on Sunday to lay to rest victims of the Yemeni airliner that plunged into the Indian Ocean in June. President Ahmed Abdallah Sambi said it had taken months to identify the 83 bodies recovered by search teams, with some corpses washing up hundreds of miles away on the Tanzanian coast. REUTERS/Ahmed Ali Amir (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTXR9LC
November 29, 2009
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital...
Moroni, Comoros
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital...
A general view shows a mass grave for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 crash in the capital Moroni November 29, 2009. Hundreds of mourners gathered in the Comoros on Sunday to lay to rest victims of the Yemeni airliner that plunged into the Indian Ocean in June. President Ahmed Abdallah Sambi said it had taken months to identify the 83 bodies recovered by search teams, with some corpses washing up hundreds of miles away on the Tanzanian coast. REUTERS/Ahmed Ali Amir (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTXR9I7
November 29, 2009
Comoros soldiers carry coffins containing the bodies of victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 that crashed...
Moroni, Comoros
Comoros soldiers carry coffins containing the bodies of victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 that crashed...
Comoros soldiers carry coffins containing the bodies of victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 that crashed as it attempted to land on the archipelago's capital Moroni, November 29, 2009. Hundreds of mourners gathered in the Comoros on Sunday to lay to rest victims of the Yemeni airliner that plunged into the Indian Ocean in June. REUTERS/Ahmed Ali Amir (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS
RTR25EPH
July 07, 2009
A woman wearsing traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream gestures to a client as she sells garments...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman wearsing traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream gestures to a client as she sells garments...
A woman wearsing traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream gestures to a client as she sells garments at the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. The cream is prepared from a special wood and used by many women in the Indian Ocean archipelago as kind of natural sun-cream and is designed to protect and cleanse the skin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY)
COMOROS
RTR25EPG
July 07, 2009
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she arranges bananas for sale under an...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she arranges bananas for sale under an...
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she arranges bananas for sale under an umbrella at the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. The cream is prepared from a special wood and used by many women in the Indian Ocean archipelago as kind of natural sun-cream and is designed to protect and cleanse the skin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY)
COMOROS
RTR25EPF
July 07, 2009
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she walks at the Volovolo market in Moroni,...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she walks at the Volovolo market in Moroni...
A woman wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she walks at the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. The cream is prepared from a special wood and used by many women in the Indian Ocean archipelago as kind of natural sun-cream and is designed to protect and cleanse the skin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COMOROS
RTR25EP9
July 07, 2009
A woman walks past dried spices as she wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream at the Volovolo...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman walks past dried spices as she wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream at the Volovolo...
A woman walks past dried spices as she wears a traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream at the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. The cream is prepared from a special wood and used by many women in the Indian Ocean archipelago as kind of natural sun-cream and is designed to protect and cleanse the skin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY)
COMOROS
RTR25EOY
July 07, 2009
A woman sells oranges at her stall in the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman sells oranges at her stall in the Volovolo market in Moroni
A woman sells oranges at her stall in the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY)
COMOROS
RTR25EOT
July 07, 2009
A woman wears traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she sells bananas under an umbrella at the...
Moroni, Comoros
A woman wears traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she sells bananas under an umbrella at the...
A woman wears traditional Comorian "Musidzanou" sun-cream as she sells bananas under an umbrella at the Volovolo market in Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago, July 7, 2009. The cream is prepared from a special wood and used by many women in the Indian Ocean archipelago as kind of natural sun-cream and is designed to protect and cleanse the skin. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DCE
July 06, 2009
French investigators prepare to leave on their speed boats at Galawa beach on a search mission for the...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigators prepare to leave on their speed boats at Galawa beach on a search mission for the...
French investigators prepare to leave on their speed boats at Galawa beach on a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DC7
July 06, 2009
French investigators push their speed boats to the Indian Ocean waters at Galawa beach before a search...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigators push their speed boats to Indian Ocean waters at Galawa beach before search mission...
French investigators push their speed boats to the Indian Ocean waters at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DC4
July 06, 2009
A French investigator carries equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigator carries equipment at Galawa beach before search mission for missing Yemenia A310-300...
A French investigator carries equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DBZ
July 06, 2009
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DBV
July 06, 2009
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DBR
July 06, 2009
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
French investigators test their equipment at Galawa beach before a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, in Mitsamiouli, 30km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed in the Indian Ocean last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DAV
July 06, 2009
France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade attends a news conference in the island's capital Moroni, July...
Moroni, Comoros
France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade attends a news conference in Moroni
France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade attends a news conference in the island's capital Moroni, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS POLITICS DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DAT
July 06, 2009
France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade (R) fanked by Comorian Colonel Ismail Mohamed address a news...
Moroni, Comoros
France ambassador to Comoros Hallade addresses a news conference in Moroni
France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade (R) fanked by Comorian Colonel Ismail Mohamed address a news conference in the island's capital Moroni, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS POLITICS DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25DAC
July 06, 2009
Comoros Minister of Defence Mohamed Dosar (R), flanked by France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade, addresses...
Moroni, Comoros
Comoros Minister of Defence Dosar addresses a news conference in the capital Moroni
Comoros Minister of Defence Mohamed Dosar (R), flanked by France ambassador to Comoros Luc Hallade, addresses a news conference in Moroni, July 6, 2009. French investigators said they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS POLITICS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CYK
July 06, 2009
A Comoran flag flies at half-mast during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300...
Moroni, Comoros
A Comoran flag flies at half-mast during the country's independence anniversary in Moronoi
A Comoran flag flies at half-mast during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and to mark the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CYC
July 06, 2009
Comoran military officers salute during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300...
Moroni, Comoros
Comoran military officers salute during a prayer session and to mark the country's 34th independence...
Comoran military officers salute during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and to mark the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CY5
July 06, 2009
A Comoran paramilitary officer stands guard during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia...
Moroni, Comoros
A Comoran paramilitary officer stands guard during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia...
A Comoran paramilitary officer stands guard during a prayer session for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and to mark the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ANNIVERSARY DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CXZ
July 06, 2009
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and marking...
Moroni, Comoros
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft in Moroni...
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and marking the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ANNIVERSARY DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CXW
July 06, 2009
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and marking...
Moroni, Comoros
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft in Moroni...
A Comoran man attends prayers dedicated to passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 aircraft and marking the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ANNIVERSARY DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CXK
July 06, 2009
Comoran President Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi delivers his address during prayers for passengers in...
Moroni, Comoros
Comoran President Sambi delivers his address during the country's independence anniversary in Moroni
Comoran President Ahmed Abdallah Mohamed Sambi delivers his address during prayers for passengers in the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane and marking the country's 34th independence anniversary in Moroni July 6, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from a Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT ANNIVERSARY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CGJ
July 05, 2009
A Comorian soldier maintains order after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane that...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
A Comorian soldier maintains order after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane that...
A Comorian soldier maintains order after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (18.6 miles) north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 5, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. The plane plunged into the sea as it came in to land at Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CGC
July 05, 2009
Comorian civil aviation officials carry equipment from a speed-boat after a search mission for the missing...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian civil aviation officials carry equipment from a speed-boat after a search mission for the missing...
Comorian civil aviation officials carry equipment from a speed-boat after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (18.6 miles) north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 5, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. The plane plunged into the sea as it came in to land at Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER POLITICS)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CG3
July 05, 2009
A diver walks with officials after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, that crashed...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
A diver walks with officials after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, that crashed...
A diver walks with officials after a search mission for the missing Yemenia A310-300 plane, that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (18.6 miles) north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 5, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. The plane plunged into the sea as it came in to land at Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25CFU
July 05, 2009
Yemeni and French rescuers pull their speed-boats from the Indian Ocean after a search mission for the...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Yemeni and French rescuers pull their speed-boats from the Indian Ocean after a search mission for the...
Yemeni and French rescuers pull their speed-boats from the Indian Ocean after a search mission for the missing flight IY 626 plane, that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km north of Comores island's capital Moronoi, July 5, 2009. French investigators said on Sunday they had detected the signal from the flight recorders from the Yemeni jet that crashed last week with more than 150 people on board. The plane plunged into the sea as it came in to land at Moroni, the capital of the formerly French-ruled Comoros archipelago. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COMOROS-CRASH/DEBRIS
RTR25C8D
July 05, 2009
Humanitarian workers discuss during a search and recovery mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Humanitarian workers discuss during search and recovery mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane...
Humanitarian workers discuss during a search and recovery mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' Moroni, July 5, 2009. Search crews have located a large piece of debris from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands last week and are working to retrieve it, the Yemeni transport ministry said on Saturday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25C85
July 05, 2009
Yemeni and French divers pull their rescue boat into the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Yemeni and French divers pull their rescue boat into the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission...
Yemeni and French divers pull their rescue boat into the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 5, 2009. Search crews have located a large piece of debris from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands last week and are working to retrieve it, the Yemeni transport ministry said on Saturday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/DEBRIS
RTR25C7H
July 05, 2009
Yemeni and French divers navigate through the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Yemeni and French divers navigate through Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia...
Yemeni and French divers navigate through the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 5, 2009. Search crews have located a large piece of debris from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands last week and are working to retrieve it, the Yemeni transport ministry said on Saturday. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS-CRASH/DEBRIS
RTR25C70
July 05, 2009
Yemeni and French aviation experts carry recovery equipment during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Yemeni and French aviation experts carry recovery equipment during search mission for missing Yemenia...
Yemeni and French aviation experts carry recovery equipment during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 5, 2009. Search crews have located a large piece of debris from the Yemeni jet that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands last week and are working to retrieve it, the Yemeni transport ministry said. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS TRANSPORT DISASTER)
COMOROS/
RTR25BFR
July 04, 2009
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about 30 km (18.6 miles) north of the capital Moronoi, July 4, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
COMOROS/
RTR25BFP
July 04, 2009
Children drag a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Children drag a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli
Children drag a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about 30 km (18.6 miles) north of the capital Moronoi, July 4, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COMOROS/
RTR25BFK
July 04, 2009
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli
Children pull a dead whale onto shore, near Galawa beach along the Indian Ocean, in Mitsamiouli, about 30 km (18.6 miles) north of the capital Moronoi, July 4, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY ANIMALS)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B46
July 04, 2009
Military personnel stand at the recovery camp in Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Military personnel stand at recovery camp in Galawa beach where Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed...
Military personnel stand at the recovery camp in Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT MILITARY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B41
July 04, 2009
Comorian children play in the Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Children play in Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed in...
Comorian children play in the Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B40
July 04, 2009
Divers return after patrolling the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers return after patrolling Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
Divers return after patrolling the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B3X
July 04, 2009
A Comorian diver returns after patrolling the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Diver returns after patrolling Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
A Comorian diver returns after patrolling the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B3W
July 04, 2009
Yemeni and Comorian divers participate in the search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers participate in search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli...
Yemeni and Comorian divers participate in the search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B3T
July 04, 2009
French and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers patrol Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that...
French and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
RTR25B3S
July 04, 2009
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers patrol Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that...
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
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July 04, 2009
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers patrol Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that...
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
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July 04, 2009
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Divers patrol Indian Ocean waters during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that...
Yemeni and Comorian divers patrol the Indian Ocean waters during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
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July 04, 2009
Comorian fishermen sail their boats in the Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Fishermen sail their boats in Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane...
Comorian fishermen sail their boats in the Indian Ocean waters near Galawa beach where a Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 4, 2009. The operator of the Yemeni aircraft that crashed into the Indian Ocean off the Comoros islands this week has suspended flights from Paris, a spokeswoman for Aeroports de Paris, the Paris airports operator, said on Friday. Only one survivor was found after the accident, with the remaining 153 people on board the plane still missing. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
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July 03, 2009
A family photograph shows Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard the Yemenia A310-300 plane that...
Moroni, Comoros
A family photograph shows Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard the Yemenia A310-300 plane that...
A family photograph shows Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard the Yemenia A310-300 plane that crashed, during a news conference in the Comoros island's capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning while Bahia Bakari, the one survivor -- 14-year-old Franco-Comoran girl was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
A man is silhouetted as he walks past the main port in Comoros Island's capital, Moroni, July 3, 2009....
Moroni, Comoros
Man is silhouetted as he walks past main port in Moroni
A man is silhouetted as he walks past the main port in Comoros Island's capital, Moroni, July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
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July 03, 2009
Abdulhalim Abubakar holds an old family photograph of his son Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard...
Moroni, Comoros
Abdulhalim Abubakar holds an old family photograph of his son Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard...
Abdulhalim Abubakar holds an old family photograph of his son Mohamed Abdulahi, who was a passenger aboard the Yemenia A310-300 plane that crashed, during a news conference in the Comoros island's capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning while Bahia Bakari, the one survivor -- 14-year-old Franco-Comoran girl was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
A rainbow is seen on the horizon of the Indian Ocean near the main port in the capital Moroni, July 3,...
Moroni, Comoros
Rainbow is seen on horizon of Indian Ocean near main port in capital Moroni
A rainbow is seen on the horizon of the Indian Ocean near the main port in the capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)
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July 03, 2009
Children play soccer near Galawa beach in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni,...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Children play soccer near Galawa beach in Mitsamiouli
Children play soccer near Galawa beach in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS SPORT SOCCER SOCIETY)
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July 03, 2009
Comorian Muslim faithful attend Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles)...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian Muslim faithful attend Friday prayers at De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli
Comorian Muslim faithful attend Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009, for the victims of the Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER RELIGION TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
Comorian Muslim faithful leave after attending Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli,...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian Muslim faithful leave after attending Friday prayers at De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli
Comorian Muslim faithful leave after attending Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT RELIGION)
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July 03, 2009
A Comorian Muslim faithful attends Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian Muslim faithful attends Friday prayers at De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli
A Comorian Muslim faithful attends Friday prayers at the De Djoumai mosque in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER TRANSPORT RELIGION)
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July 03, 2009
Comorian navy divers and recovery experts discuss at Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian navy divers and recovery experts discuss at Galawa beach after search mission for missing Yemenia...
Comorian navy divers and recovery experts discuss at Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
Comorian soldiers stand at Galawa beach during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian soldiers stand at Galawa beach during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus 310-300 plane...
Comorian soldiers stand at Galawa beach during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER MILITARY TRANSPORT)
COMOROS-CRASH/
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July 03, 2009
Comorian navy divers return to Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian navy divers return beach after search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that...
Comorian navy divers return to Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (30 km) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
Comorian navy divers return to Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian navy divers return after search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed...
Comorian navy divers return to Galawa beach after a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (30 km) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
A U.S. military plane C-130 participates in the search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
U.S. military plane participates in search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed...
A U.S. military plane C-130 participates in the search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS MILITARY DISASTER TRANSPORT)
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July 03, 2009
A Comorian soldier secures Galawa beach during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300...
MITSAMIOULI, Comoros
Comorian soldier secures Galawa beach during search mission for missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane...
A Comorian soldier secures Galawa beach during a search mission for the missing Yemenia Airbus A310-300 plane that crashed in Mitsamiouli, 30 km (19 miles) north of Comoros' capital Moroni, July 3, 2009. Rescuers have been unable to find any of the remaining 152 passengers and crew since the Yemenia Airbus crashed in strong winds in the early hours of Tuesday morning. Fourteen-year-old Franco-Comoran girl Bahia Bakari, the one survivor, was reunited with her father in France. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (COMOROS DISASTER MILITARY TRANSPORT)
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