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CHILE-MIGRANTS/
RTX6IXQT
December 17, 2018
Migrant Yoniel Torres, 31, from Cuba is handcuffed after being detained by the police by a train line...
Arica, Chile
The Wider Image: Chile cracks down on migrants, many still try their luck
Migrant Yoniel Torres, 31, from Cuba is handcuffed after being detained by the police by a train line in a mined area of desert at the Chilean and Peruvian border in Arica, Chile, November 14, 2018. "A coyote (people trafficker) left me near (Peruvian border town) Tacna and told me to follow the old railway line," Torres said. "This is all horrible. The journey was so hard. I just came in search of a better life." REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado SEARCH "ALVARADO ARICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHILE-MIGRANTS/
RTX6IXQJ
December 17, 2018
Migrant Yoniel Torres, 31, from Cuba is handcuffed after being detained by the police by a train line...
Arica, Chile
The Wider Image: Chile cracks down on migrants, many still try their luck
Migrant Yoniel Torres, 31, from Cuba is handcuffed after being detained by the police by a train line in a mined area of desert at the Chilean and Peruvian border, in Arica, Chile, November 14, 2018. "A coyote (people trafficker) left me near (Peruvian border town) Tacna and told me to follow the old railway line," Torres said. "This is all horrible. The journey was so hard. I just came in search of a better life." REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado SEARCH "ALVARADO ARICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CHILE-MIGRANTS/
RTX6IXQ0
December 17, 2018
In the pitch black of the moonless Chilean desert night, the Cuban man is hard to spot until he is within...
Arica, Chile
The Wider Image: Chile cracks down on migrants, many still try their luck
In the pitch black of the moonless Chilean desert night, the Cuban man is hard to spot until he is within yards of the border. Placing a small backpack of clothes on the ground, Yoniel Torres, 31, a father of two, puts his hands up as police approach with flashlights and take him into custody. "A coyote (people trafficker) left me near (Peruvian border town) Tacna and told me to follow the old railway line," he tells Reuters as he is led away. "This is all horrible. The journey was so hard. I just came in search of a better life." Scenes like this are replicated every day along Chile's long land border. The country is hardening its stance towards immigration, and refused to sign a United Nations migration pact last week aimed at improving migrant integration and protection. REUTERS/Ivan Alvarado SEARCH "ALVARADO ARICA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: CHILE-MIGRANTS/
NHL/COYOTES
RTR29U3P
February 04, 2010
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Francois Beauchemin slides into the boards after being tripped by Phoenix...
Toronto, Canada
File photo of Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Francois Beauchemin sliding into the boards after being...
Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Francois Beauchemin slides into the boards after being tripped by Phoenix Coyotes forward Shane Doan (R) during the third period of their NHL hockey game in Toronto in this December 16, 2009 file photo. The Phoenix Coyotes, a team many considered an afterthought early this season given an unstable ownership situation, are suddenly poised to bring playoff ice hockey back to the desert for the first time in seven seasons. Heading into February 5, 2010 game versus the Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix were nine points off first overall place, with 16 games above .500, enjoying a five-game winning streak and one of the league's feel-good stories of the season. REUTERS/ Mike Cassese (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
NHL/COYOTES
RTR29U3E
February 04, 2010
Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan (19) makes a pass in front of Calgary Flames Rhett Warrener (R) during third...
Winnipeg, Canada
File photo of Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan making a pass in front of Calgary Flames Rhett Warrener during...
Phoenix Coyotes Shane Doan (19) makes a pass in front of Calgary Flames Rhett Warrener (R) during third period exhibition National Hockey League action in Winnipeg, in this September 24, 2008 file photo. The Phoenix Coyotes, a team many considered an afterthought early this season given an unstable ownership situation, are suddenly poised to bring playoff ice hockey back to the desert for the first time in seven seasons. Heading into February 5, 2010 game versus the Chicago Blackhawks, Phoenix were nine points off first overall place, with 16 games above .500, enjoying a five-game winning streak and one of the league's feel-good stories of the season. REUTERS/Fred Greenslade (CANADA - Tags: SPORT ICE HOCKEY)
MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION
RTR1SWZ8
August 19, 2007
Migrants wait for a "coyote" ? the colloquial term for people smugglers ? at the square of the small...
ALTAR, Mexico
To match feature MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION
Migrants wait for a "coyote" ? the colloquial term for people smugglers ? at the square of the small town of Altar, about 60 miles (97 km) south of the U.S.-Mexico border in the Mexican state of Sonora, July 27, 2007. Illegal immigration touches almost every aspect of life in the town of Altar, a clearing house for half a million people a year hoping to cross the Sonoran Desert into the United States. To match feature MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
KUWAIT
RTRJWZY
March 13, 2003
British infantry soldiers Fusilier Ben Lawor (front) from Coventry of
the 1st Battalion Regiment of...
Kuwait City, Kuwait
BRITISH SOLDIERS TRAIN IN KUWAIT DESERT.
British infantry soldiers Fusilier Ben Lawor (front) from Coventry of
the 1st Battalion Regiment of Fusiliers fight their way to protective
trenches during an exercise at Camp Coyote in the Kuwait desert on
March 13,2003. The regiment are training to be the most forward battle
group to enter the war zone if Britain and U.S. decide to go to war in
Iraq. REUTERS/Stephanie Mcgehee

SEM/jm/ws
USA
RTXLS71
February 05, 2003
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R) briefs his forces during a visit...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R) briefs his forces during a v.....
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R) briefs his forces during a visit to Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5, 2003. [The commander of the U.S Marine Corps told troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the 1991 Gulf War.]
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHSL9
February 05, 2003
United States Marines assemble during a visit by the Corps commandant
at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES ASSEMBLE AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marines assemble during a visit by the Corps commandant
at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5, 2003. The
commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee, told troops
in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/JV
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHSAR
February 05, 2003
United States Marines watch a colour guard during a visit by the Corps
commandant at Camp Coyote in...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES WATCH COLOUR GUARD AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marines watch a colour guard during a visit by the Corps
commandant at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5, 2003.
The commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee, told
troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHSAB
February 05, 2003
A United States Marine Corps colour guardsman awaits a visit by the
Corps commandant at Camp Coyote...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES COLOUR GUARD IS DRAPED BY FLAGS AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
A United States Marine Corps colour guardsman awaits a visit by the
Corps commandant at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5,
2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee,
told troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better
prepared for military action against Iraqi forces than their
counterparts in the 1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/WS
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS93
February 05, 2003
A United States Marine takes a cigarette break after a visit by the
Corps commandant at Camp Coyote...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINE SMOKES AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
A United States Marine takes a cigarette break after a visit by the
Corps commandant at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5,
2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee,
told troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better
prepared for military action against Iraqi forces than their
counterparts in the 1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS8G
February 05, 2003
United States Marines assemble during a visit by the Corps commandant
at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES ASSEMBLE AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marines assemble during a visit by the Corps commandant
at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5, 2003. The
commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee, told troops
in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS7F
February 05, 2003
United States Marines watch a colour guard during a visit by the Corps
commandant at Camp Coyote in...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES WATCH COLOUR GUARD AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marines watch a colour guard during a visit by the Corps
commandant at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5, 2003.
The commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General Michael Hagee, told
troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS6P
February 05, 2003
A United States Marine Corps colour guard is draped by flags during a
visit by the Corps commandant...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES COLOUR GUARD IS DRAPED BY FLAGS AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
A United States Marine Corps colour guard is draped by flags during a
visit by the Corps commandant at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert
February 5, 2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps, General
Michael Hagee, told troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were
better prepared for military action against Iraqi forces than their
counterparts in the 1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS67
February 05, 2003
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee leaves in a
helicopter after visiting troops...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINE CORPS COMMANDANT GENERAL HAGEE LEAVES IN HELICOPTER IN
KWAITI DESERT.
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee leaves in a
helicopter after visiting troops at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait
desert February 5, 2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps told
troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS61
February 05, 2003
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee is
reflected in a marine's sunglasses as...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINE LISTENS TO BRIEFING AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee is
reflected in a marine's sunglasses as he gives a briefing while
visiting forces at Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait desert February 5,
2003. The commander of the U.S. Marine Corps told troops in the Kuwaiti
desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for military action
against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the 1991 Gulf War.
REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS5I
February 05, 2003
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R)
briefs his forces during a visit...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES LISTEN TO BRIEFING AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R)
briefs his forces during a visit to Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait
desert February 5, 2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps told
troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/AA/WS
IRAQ KUWAIT MARINES
RTRHS5B
February 05, 2003
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R)
briefs his forces during a visit...
Camp Coyote, Kuwait
U.S. MARINES LISTEN TO BRIEFING AT CAMP IN KUWAITI DESERT.
United States Marine Corps Commandant General Michael Hagee (Center, R)
briefs his forces during a visit to Camp Coyote in the north Kuwait
desert February 5, 2003. The commander of the U.S Marine Corps told
troops in the Kuwaiti desert on Wednesday they were better prepared for
military action against Iraqi forces than their counterparts in the
1991 Gulf War. REUTERS/Chris Helgren

CLH/AA
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