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CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNM9
August 14, 2016
Abandoned houses are seen in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong,...
Datong, China
Abandoned houses are seen in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong...
Abandoned houses are seen in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. Picture taken August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNLO
August 14, 2016
A pavilion and a stone bridge are seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted...
Datong, China
A pavilion and a stone bridge are seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted...
A pavilion and a stone bridge are seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted Liuguanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. Picture taken August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNLM
August 14, 2016
Ruins of abandoned cave houses are seen next to a coal mine in an area where land is sinking in the deserted...
Datong, China
Ruins of abandoned cave houses are seen next to a coal mine in an area where land is sinking in the deserted...
Ruins of abandoned cave houses are seen next to a coal mine in an area where land is sinking in the deserted Liuguanzhuang village of Datong, Shanxi province, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. Picture taken August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNLL
August 14, 2016
Abandoned houses are seen in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong,...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Abandoned houses are seen in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNLA
August 14, 2016
An abandoned workers' dormitory is seen next to a coal mine in an area where land is sinking in Yongdingzhuang...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
An abandoned workers' dormitory is seen next to a coal mine in an area where land is sinking in Yongdingzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNL4
August 14, 2016
Damaged walls are seen inside an abandoned cave house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Damaged walls are seen inside an abandoned cave house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted Liuguanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNL2
August 14, 2016
Villagers sit on stairs outside an abandoned old theatre building in an area where land is sinking near...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Villagers sit on stairs outside an abandoned old theatre building in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNL0
August 14, 2016
A flower wall painting is seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted Liuguanzhuang...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A flower wall painting is seen in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in the deserted Liuguanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKR
August 14, 2016
A hole and cracks are seen on the roof of an abandoned house in an area where land is sinking near a...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A hole and cracks are seen on the roof of an abandoned house in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKO
August 14, 2016
A lion statue stands at the main entrance of an abandoned Liuguanzhuang village in an area where land...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A lion statue stands at the main entrance of an abandoned Liuguanzhuang village in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine in Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKN
August 14, 2016
Villager Zhang Chungou walks out of a damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine,...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Villager Zhang Chungou walks out of a damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKK
August 14, 2016
A man rides past an abandoned house in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A man rides past an abandoned house in an area where land is sinking near a coal mine in Kouquan township of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKI
August 14, 2016
Paintings are seen on a damaged wall inside an abandoned cave house in an area where land is sinking...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Paintings are seen on a damaged wall inside an abandoned cave house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in the deserted Liuguanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKF
August 14, 2016
A room that is no longer in use is seen inside Gao Xiuzhen's damaged house in an area where land is sinking...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A room that is no longer in use is seen inside Gao Xiuzhen's damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKE
August 14, 2016
Gao Xiuzhen, 81, stands inside her damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine,...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
Gao Xiuzhen, 81, stands inside her damaged house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHINA-COAL/ENVIRONMENT
RTX2KNKA
August 14, 2016
A wedding picture and a poster with the image of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong are seen on a wall...
Datong, China
The Wider Image: China's sinking towns
A wedding picture and a poster with the image of China's late Chairman Mao Zedong are seen on a wall inside a damaged room of Zhang Chungou's house in an area where land is sinking next to a coal mine, in Shiyanzhuang village of Datong, China's Shanxi province, August 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee SEARCH "SINKING CHINA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
RELIGION-EID/
RTX1KMHX
July 17, 2015
Muslims attend a massive prayer session next to crop fields near a mosque during Eid al-Fitr, marking...
Datong, China
Muslims attend a massive prayer session next to crop fields near a mosque during Eid al-Fitr, marking...
Muslims attend a massive prayer session next to crop fields near a mosque during Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, in Datong county, Qinghai province, China, July 17, 2015. Hundreds of worshippers prayed outdoors on Friday due to the limited size of the local mosque. REUTERS/Simon Zo
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQYHL
November 20, 2009
A villager walks with a flashlight in front of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the...
Datong, China
A villager walks with a flashlight in front of the Datong second coal-fired power plant on the outskirts...
A villager walks with a flashlight in front of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQYHK
November 20, 2009
A general view of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi...
Datong, China
A general view of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts of Datong
A general view of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT ENERGY)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQYH9
November 20, 2009
A street lamp is seen in front of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts...
Datong, China
A street lamp is seen in front of the Datong Second coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong...
A street lamp is seen in front of the Datong second coal-fired power plant at night on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9Y
November 20, 2009
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9R
November 20, 2009
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9M
November 20, 2009
Miners stand in line underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province,...
Datong, China
Miners stand in line underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
Miners stand in line underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9J
November 20, 2009
A miner rests underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A miner rests underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner rests underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9G
November 20, 2009
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20,2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY)
CHINA/
RTXQY9E
November 20, 2009
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner works underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTXQY99
November 20, 2009
A miner stands guard underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province...
Datong, China
A miner stands guard underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong
A miner stands guard underground in the Tashan coal mine on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province November 20,2009. The Tashan coal mine produces about 15 million tons of coal per year with around 800 employees. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENERGY)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVS
November 20, 2009
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVR
November 20, 2009
A man walks near a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009....
Datong, China
A man walks near a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A man walks near a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVQ
November 20, 2009
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A woman walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVP
November 20, 2009
A man walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A man walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A man walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVN
November 20, 2009
A woman holds her baby as they walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong,...
Datong, China
A woman holds her baby as they walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A woman holds her baby as they walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVM
November 20, 2009
Villagers walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
Villagers walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
Villagers walk in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
CHINA-POWER/PRICES
RTXQXVL
November 20, 2009
A villager walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November...
Datong, China
A villager walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong
A villager walks in front of a coal-fired power plant on the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, November 20, 2009. China will raise power prices for non-residential users by around 5.4 percent from Friday, the first rise since July 2008, to compensate grid firms that lost out because of a government cap on prices. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZUL
December 25, 2007
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007....
Datong, China
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZUK
December 25, 2007
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007....
Datong, China
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
A man walks in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZUJ
December 25, 2007
A woman wears a facemask in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December...
Datong, China
A woman wears a facemask in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
A woman wears a facemask in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZUG
December 25, 2007
A man rides his tricycle in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December...
Datong, China
A man rides his tricycle in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
A man rides his tricycle in front of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZU8
December 25, 2007
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December...
Datong, China
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA-ENERGY/EFFICIENCY
RTX4ZU5
December 25, 2007
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December...
Datong, China
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong
Smoke rises from cooling towers of a power plant at the outskirts of Datong, Shanxi province, December 25, 2007. China will use 3 percent less energy to generate each dollar of national income this year than it did last year, an official with the economic planning agency said. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1S09T
July 19, 2007
A man performs a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", while dubs in Datong County, west China's Qinghai...
Datong, China
A man performs a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", while dubs in Datong County
A man performs a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", while dubs in Datong County, west China's Qinghai province July 18, 2007. Shadow play is a Chinese folk opera art form originating from Shanxi province in west China. Picture taken July 18, 2007. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA/
RTR1S09S
July 19, 2007
Puppets are used to enact a scene in a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", in Datong County, west...
Datong, China
Puppets are used to enact a scene in a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", in Datong County
Puppets are used to enact a scene in a shadow play, also known as "Pi Ying Xi", in Datong County, west China's Qinghai province July 18, 2007. Shadow play is a Chinese folk opera art form originating from Shanxi province in west China. Picture taken July 18, 2007. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA-ALUMINIUM/
RTR1P7NK
May 01, 2007
A labourer works at an aluminium factory in Datong County, western China's Qinghai province April 30,...
Datong, China
A labourer works at an aluminium factory in Datong County
A labourer works at an aluminium factory in Datong County, western China's Qinghai province April 30, 2007. China's aluminium products output rose 43 percent in the first quarter of 2007, the statistics bureau said on Thursday, reflecting continued strong expansion by the nation's aluminium smelters. Picture taken April 30, 2007. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA-ENVIRONMENT/STERN
RTR1JZNA
December 03, 2006
A resident walks past a heat-engine plant in Datong county, northwestern China's Qinghai province, December...
Datong, China
A resident walks past a heat-engine plant in Datong county
A resident walks past a heat-engine plant in Datong county, northwestern China's Qinghai province, December 3, 2006. China's leaders recognise that tackling climate change is urgent and that reducing greenhouse gases does not mean slamming the brakes on growth, the author of an acclaimed report on global warming said. REUTERS/Simon Zo (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1EWXS
June 27, 2006
An ethnic Tibetan rides his horse along the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County, Haixi...
Datong, China
Tibetan rides horse along tracks of Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County
An ethnic Tibetan rides his horse along the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County, Haixi Prefecture, west China's Qinghai province, June 15, 2006. The Qinghai-Tibet Railway will begin trial operations on July 1, 2006. Picture taken June 15, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1EWXH
June 27, 2006
An ethnic Tibetan child plays with a Tibetan mastiff beside the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in...
Datong, China
Tibetan child plays with a Tibetan mastiff beside the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County...
An ethnic Tibetan child plays with a Tibetan mastiff beside the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County, Haixi Prefecture, west China's Qinghai province, June 15, 2006. The Qinghai-Tibet Railway will begin trial operations on July 1, 2006. Picture taken June 15, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan (CHINA)
CHINA
RTR1EWWW
June 27, 2006
An ethnic Tibetan rides his horse along the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County, Haixi...
Datong, China
Tibetan rides horse along tracks of Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County
An ethnic Tibetan rides his horse along the tracks of the Qinghai-Tibet Railway in Datong County, Haixi Prefecture, west China's Qinghai province, June 15, 2006. The Qinghai-Tibet Railway will begin trial operations on July 1, 2006. Picture taken June 15, 2006. REUTERS/Joe Chan (CHINA)
CHINA MINE
RTR15E1J
February 23, 2005
A Chinese miner pushes a mine car into an elevator at a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's...
Datong, China
A Chinese miner pushes a mine car into an elevator at a coal mine in Shanxi province.
A Chinese miner pushes a mine car into an elevator at a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. Picture taken February 23, 2005. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause ALF/LA
CHINA MINE
RTRO8A7
February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker leaves a loading station for coal at a mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi...
Datong, China
A Chinese worker leaves a loading station for coal at a mine near the city of Datong, China.
A Chinese worker leaves a loading station for coal at a mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. In another incident, China has suspended a provincial vice governor after a coal mine explosion killed 214 people and is taking a series of measures to clean up the world's deadliest mining industry, state media said on Thursday. Picture taken February 23, 2005. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause ALF/TC
CHINA MINE
RTRO89X
February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker drives his bicycle in front of a poster outside a coal mine near the city of Datong...
Datong, China
A Chinese worker drives his bicycle in front of a poster outside a coal mine near the city of Datong...
A Chinese worker drives his bicycle in front of a poster outside a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province. A Chinese worker rides his bicycle in front of a poster saying "Happy to work-safe to go home" outside a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. China has suspended a senior provincial safety official after a coal mine explosion killed 214 people and outlined a series of measures aimed at cleaning up the world's deadliest mining industry.Picture taken February 23, 2005. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
CHINA INFLATION
RTRO6DH
February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker rides his motorcycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city of Datong...
Datong, China
A Chinese worker rides his motorcycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city of ......
A Chinese worker rides his motorcycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province. A Chinese worker rides his motorcycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
CHINA INFLATION
RTRO6CX
February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker sits on his horse-driven cart loaded with coal as he leaves the loading station of a...
Datong, China
A Chinese worker sits in his horse-driven cart loaded with coal near Datong, China.
A Chinese worker sits on his horse-driven cart loaded with coal as he leaves the loading station of a coal mine near the city of Datong, China February 23, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level.REUTERS/Reinhard Krause ALF/AT
CHINA ARMS
RTRO6CJ
February 23, 2005
Chinese soldiers walk outside their barracks in Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005....
Datong, China
Chinese soldiers walk outside their barracks in Datong in China's Shanxi province.
Chinese soldiers walk outside their barracks in Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. U.S. President George W. Bush on Tuesday warned Europeans their plan to lift a 15-year-old ban on arms sales to China could skew the military balance with Taiwan, but he vowed to consider a compromise if it addressed U.S. security concerns. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause ALF/YH
CHINA INFLATION
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February 23, 2005
A Chinese girl looks out of a grocery store near a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong...
Datong, China
A Chinese girl looks out of a grocery store near a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of ......
A Chinese girl looks out of a grocery store near a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province. A Chinese girl looks out of a grocery store near a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
CHINA INFLATION
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February 23, 2005
A Chinese man and a boy walk near to a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in China's...
Datong, China
A Chinese man and a boy walk near to a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in ......
A Chinese man and a boy walk near to a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province. A Chinese man and a boy walk near a leaking steam pipe in a village near the city of Datong in China's Shanxi province February 23, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level.REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
CHINA COAL
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February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker rides his bicycle in front of a poster placed outside a coal mine near the city of Datong,...
Datong, China
To match feature China-Coal.
A Chinese worker rides his bicycle in front of a poster placed outside a coal mine near the city of Datong, in China's Shanxi province, February 23, 2005. Despite increasing high-level attention to mine safety, including dismissal of officials who let accidents happen on their watch, it has proven nearly impossible to control the industry in the face of coal prices that jumped 40 percent last year to about a $60 a tonne. The poster reads: "Happy to work - safe to go home." Picture taken February 23, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE CHINA-COAL. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/PN/DH
CHINA COAL
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February 23, 2005
A Chinese worker rides his motorized tricycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city...
Datong, China
To match feature China-Coal.
A Chinese worker rides his motorized tricycle towards the loading station of a coal mine near the city of Datong, in China's Shanxi province, February 23, 2005. Despite increasing high-level attention to mine safety, including dismissal of officials who let accidents happen on their watch, it has been nearly impossible to control the industry in the face of coal prices that jumped 40 percent last year to about $60 a tonne. Picture taken February 23, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE CHINA-COAL. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/KS/DH
CHINA COAL
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February 22, 2005
A Chinese man rides a donkey cart loaded with coal from a coal mine near Datong in China's Shanxi province...
Datong, China
A Chinese man rides a donkey cart loaded with coal from a coal mine near Datong in China's Shanxi province....
A Chinese man rides a donkey cart loaded with coal from a coal mine near Datong in China's Shanxi province February 22, 2005. China last year produced 35 percent of the world's coal but reported 80 percent of global deaths in colliery accidents at a rate of three fatalities per million tonnes of coal. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/FA
CHINA ECONOMY INFLATION OUTLOOK
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February 22, 2005
A Chinese miner is seen outside a coal mine near Datong, China February 22, 2005. Worries that high prices...
Datong, China
A Chinese miner is seen outside a coal mine near Datong, China.
A Chinese miner is seen outside a coal mine near Datong, China February 22, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/AT
CHINA ECONOMY INFLATION OUTLOOK
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February 22, 2005
A Chinese miner works outside a coal mine near Datong, China February 22, 2005. Worries that high prices...
Datong, China
A Chinese miner works outside a coal mine near Datong, China.
A Chinese miner works outside a coal mine near Datong, China February 22, 2005. Worries that high prices for raw materials and energy will rekindle Chinese inflation are fading after the latest batch of data showed price pressures easing at both the consumer and producer level. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause RKR/AT
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