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CONGO-DEMOCRATIC/
RTX1302N
August 29, 2013
Congolese Forces Armees de la Republique Democratique du Congo (FARDC) army spokesperson in North Kivu,...
Goma, Congo, the Democratic Republic of the
FARDC army spokesperson in North Kivu, Col. Olivier Amuli, inspects the gate barriers at their border...
Congolese Forces Armees de la Republique Democratique du Congo (FARDC) army spokesperson in North Kivu, Col. Olivier Amuli (R), inspects the gate barriers at their border crossing point with Rwanda in Goma town in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo August 29, 2013. Two people were killed when an artillery shell crashed close to a Rwandan market near the border with Democratic Republic of Congo on Thursday, residents in the Rwandan frontier town of Gisenyi said. A Rwandan official confirmed the deaths and said a second shell had landed inside Rwanda near a border crossing, seriously wounding one person. REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS MILITARY)
SAFRICA/
RTR2UNOI
November 30, 2011
A member of the Indigenous Environmental Network demonstrates against the Shell oil company outside the...
Durban, South Africa
A member of the Indigenous Environmental Network demonstrates against the Shell oil company outside the...
A member of the Indigenous Environmental Network demonstrates against the Shell oil company outside the South African Petroleum Refinery (SAPREF) in Durban November 30, 2011. The city is hosting the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change Conference of the Parties meeting (COP17). REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST)
HAITI/
RTR2GPDG
July 25, 2010
A voodoo believer blows on a conch shell during a mass ritual at the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24,...
PLAIN DU NORD, Haiti
A voodoo believer blows on a conch shell during a mass ritual at the Plain Du Nord Festival
A voodoo believer blows on a conch shell during a mass ritual at the Plain Du Nord Festival July 24, 2010. Thousands of believers sacrifice animals and pray in mud pools during the festival to ask the voodoo spirits and the dead for help with money, the future and children. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (HAITI - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)
SAFRICA-PETROL/
RTXCO75
March 12, 2009
A customer waits to be attended to at a petrol station in Soweto March 11, 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko...
multiple cities, South Africa
A customer waits to be attended to at a petrol station in Soweto
A customer waits to be attended to at a petrol station in Soweto March 11, 2009. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko (SOUTH AFRICA TRANSPORT ENERGY BUSINESS)
IRAQ JAPAN HIROSHIMA
RTRJ85P
March 02, 2003
Protesters formed large human letters that read, "NO WAR NO DU", in a
reference to depleted uranium,...
Hiroshima, Japan
ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS FORM LARGE HUMAN LETTERS DURING A RALLY IN
HIROSHIMA.
Protesters formed large human letters that read, "NO WAR NO DU", in a
reference to depleted uranium, during a anti-war rally in Hiroshima
March 2, 2003. More than 6,000 Japanese took part in a rally on Sunday
to protest against a war on Iraq and the use of depleted uranium
shells, organisers said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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IRAQ JAPAN HIROSHIMA
RTRJ85H
March 02, 2003
Protesters formed large human letters that read, "NO WAR NO DU", in a
reference to depleted uranium,...
Hiroshima, Japan
ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS FORM LARGE HUMAN LETTERS DURING A RALLY IN
HIROSHIMA.
Protesters formed large human letters that read, "NO WAR NO DU", in a
reference to depleted uranium, during a anti-war rally in Hiroshima
March 2, 2003. More than 6,000 Japanese took part in a rally on Sunday
to protest against a war on Iraq and the use of depleted uranium
shells, organisers said. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa

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BRITAIN URANIUM
RTREJLU
February 20, 2001
A road sign near the Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British Army have begun test...
Dunbrennan, UK
A ROAD SIGN NEAR DUNBRENNAN ARMY FIRING RANGE WHERE THE BRITISH ARMY HAVE BEEN FIRING DEPLETED URANIUM...
A road sign near the Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British Army have begun test firing depleted uranium (DU) shells February 20, 2001. Controversy over the use of the tank-busting DU weapons by NATO in the Balkans in 1999 erupted after reports from Italy that six soldiers had died of leukaemia.

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BRITAIN URANIUM
RTREJLO
February 20, 2001
The Ross lighthouse off the Solway Firth near Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British...
Dunbrennan, UK
THE ROSS LIGHTHOUSE OFF THE SOLWAY FIRTH NEAR THE DUNBRENNAN MILITARY FIRING RANGE IN SCOTLAND.
The Ross lighthouse off the Solway Firth near Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British Army began test firing depleted uranium (DU) shells February 20, 2001. Controversy over the use of the tank-busting DU weapons by NATO in the Balkans in 1999 erupted after reports from Italy that six soldiers had died of leukaemia.

JJM/PS
BRITAIN URANIUM
RTREJLK
February 20, 2001
A road sign near the Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British Army began test firing...
Dunbrennan, UK
A ROAD SIGN NEAR THE DUNBRENNAN MILITARY FIRING RANGE IN SCOTLAND.
A road sign near the Dunbrennan army firing range in Scotland where the British Army began test firing depleted uranium (DU) shells February 20, 2001. Controversy over the use of the tank-busting DU weapons by NATO in the Balkans in 1999 erupted after reports from Italy that six soldiers had died of leukaemia.

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IRAQ
RTRCTV6
January 11, 2001
An Iraqi farmer carries a sick infant to hospital near a highly-polluted area near the Iraq-Kuwait border...
Basra
IRAQI FARMER CARRIES SICK CHILD NEAR HIGHLY-POLLUTED AREA NEAR KUWAIT BORDER.
An Iraqi farmer carries a sick infant to hospital near a highly-polluted area near the Iraq-Kuwait border January 11, 2001. Most of the people living in the area started to leave due to health hazards posed by radiation from depleted uranium-tipped shells used by U.S. and British forces during the 1991 Gulf War. Iraqi authorities are blaming a rise in cancers in southern provinces on DU weapons.

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YUGOSLAVIA KOSOVO
RTRCSOW
January 10, 2001
Yugoslav Army soldier measures the levels of radioactivity on the ground near the southern Serbian town...
Presevo, Yugoslavia
YUGOSLAV ARMY SOLDIER MEASURES LEVELS OF RADIOACTIVITY NEAR THE SOUTHERN SERBIAN TOWN OF PRESEVO.
Yugoslav Army soldier measures the levels of radioactivity on the ground near the southern Serbian town of Presevo January 10, 2001. Controversy over the alliance's use of tank-busting shells, coated with depleted uranium (DU), has erupted after six Italian soldiers who served in the Balkans died of leukemia. Many other Balkan veterans have fallen ill, with a range of symptoms from cancer to fatigue and hair loss, prompting calls for increased medical screening and alliance-wide research.

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