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MONGOLIA
RTXMQ51
July 05, 2004
A Mongolian child looks skyward at his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A Mongolian child looks skyward at his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the .....
A Mongolian child looks skyward at his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator], July 2, 2004. [Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year.]
MONGOLIA
RTXMQ50
July 05, 2004
A Mongolian child looks out from his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A Mongolian child looks out from his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the ca.....
A Mongolian child looks out from his home in Erdenet, [around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator], July 2, 2004. [Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year.]
MONGOLIA
RTXMQ2G
July 05, 2004
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (3.....
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator], July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism [is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state.]
MONGOLIA
RTXMPX0
July 05, 2004
A young Mongolian monk squats at the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A young Mongolian monk squats at the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (31.....
A young Mongolian monk squats at the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, [around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator], July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism [is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state.]
MONGOLIA
RTXMPWY
July 05, 2004
View of Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital city, on July 2, 2004. [Mongolia's economy has long been based...
Erdenet, Mongolia
View of Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital city, on July 2, 2004. [Mongolia's economy has long been b.....
View of Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital city, on July 2, 2004. [Mongolia's economy has long been based on agriculture, but the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has promised to lift the country from its nomadic roots and ensure economic growth of no less than seven percent a year.]
MONGOLIA
RTXMPWX
July 05, 2004
The moon rises over Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, July 2, 2004. [Mongolia, landlocked between...
Erdenet, Mongolia
The moon rises over Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, July 2, 2004. [Mongolia, landlocked be.....
The moon rises over Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, July 2, 2004. [Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries.]
MONGOLIA
RTR5VE3
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian monk prays at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN MONK PRAYS AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian monk prays at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital city of Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5VDW
July 02, 2004
An elderly Mongolian monk sits in his room next to the Amarbayasgalan Monastery (seen through the window)...
Erdenet, Mongolia
AN ELDERLY MONGOLIAN MONK SITS IN HIS ROOM NEXT TO THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY.
An elderly Mongolian monk sits in his room next to the Amarbayasgalan Monastery (seen through the window) in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5VDO
July 02, 2004
A young Mongolian monk yawns during prayers at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONK YAWNS DURING PRAYERS AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A young Mongolian monk yawns during prayers at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital city of Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback in Mongolia after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5VD6
July 02, 2004
A Buddhist pagoda is seen in a pasture in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital city of Ulan...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A BUDDHIST PAGODA IS SEEN IN A PASTURE IN ERDENET.
A Buddhist pagoda is seen in a pasture in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital city of Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5VBM
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian monk sits under prayer flags at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN MONK SITS UNDER PRAYER FLAGS AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian monk sits under prayer flags at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5VBC
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian monk sits under prayer flags at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN MONK SITS UNDER PRAYER FLAGS AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian monk sits under prayer flags at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5VAZ
July 02, 2004
Young Mongolian monks stand at the door of the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest...
Erdenet, Mongolia
YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONKS AT THE DOOR OF THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
Young Mongolian monks stand at the door of the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital city of Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during the years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5VAS
July 02, 2004
Young Mongolian monks attend a prayer course at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km...
Erdenet, Mongolia
YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONKS ATTENDS A PRAYER COURSE AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
Young Mongolian monks attend a prayer course at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5VAF
July 02, 2004
A young Mongolian monk looks outside from Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles)...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONK LOOKS OUTSIDE FROM AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A young Mongolian monk looks outside from Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5VA5
July 02, 2004
A young Mongolian monk holds the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (25 miles)...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONK HOLDS THE DOOR OF AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A young Mongolian monk holds the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (25 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V97
July 02, 2004
Young Mongolian monks attend a prayer course at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km...
Erdenet, Mongolia
YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONKS ATTENDS A PRAYER COURSE AT THE AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
Young Mongolian monks attend a prayer course at the Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V8Z
July 02, 2004
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONKS HIDE BEHIND THE DOOR OF AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V7W
July 02, 2004
View of Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital city, on July 2, 2004. Mongolia's economy has long been based...
Erdenet, Mongolia
VIEW OF THE MONGOLIAN CITY OF ULAN BATOR.
View of Ulan Bator, the Mongolian capital city, on July 2, 2004. Mongolia's economy has long been based on agriculture, but the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has promised to lift the country from its nomadic roots and ensure economic growth of no less than seven percent a year. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V7J
July 02, 2004
A young Mongolian monk squats at the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A YOUNG MONGOLIAN MONK SQUATS AT THE DOOR OF AMARBAYASGALAN MONASTERY IN ERDENET.
A young Mongolian monk squats at the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Tibetan Buddhism is making a comeback after being heavily suppressed during years of one-party rule as a Soviet satellite state. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V4Q
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian man looks through a telescope in Erdenet, around 500kms northwest of the Mongolian capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN MAN LOOKS THROUGH A TELESCOPE IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian man looks through a telescope in Erdenet, around 500kms northwest of the Mongolian capital of Ulan Bator July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5V3V
July 02, 2004
A commercial advertisement is installed along a road in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A COMMERCIAL ADVERTISEMENT IS INSTALLED ALONG A ROAD IN ERDENET.
A commercial advertisement is installed along a road in Erdenet, around 500 km (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Mongolia's economy has long been based on agriculture, but the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has promised to lift the country from its nomadic roots and ensure economic growth of no less than seven percent a year. Picture taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V3O
July 02, 2004
The moon rises over Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between...
Erdenet, Mongolia
THE MOON RISES OVER ULAN BATOR.
The moon rises over Ulan Bator, the capital city of Mongolia, July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5V3H
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian mother (R) combs her daughter's hair in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN COMBS HER DAUGHTER'S HAIR IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian mother (R) combs her daughter's hair in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year. The picture was taken on July 2. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5V39
July 02, 2004
Smoke from a Mongolian power plant rises from a smokestack behind a cow in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest...
Erdenet, Mongolia
SMOKE FROM A MONGOLIAN POWER PLANT RISES FROM BEHIND A COW IN ERDENET.
Smoke from a Mongolian power plant rises from a smokestack behind a cow in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. Mongolia's economy has long been based on agriculture, but the ruling Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party has promised to lift the country from its nomadic roots and ensure economic growth of no less than seven percent a year. Picture taken July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/PB
MONGOLIA
RTR5UXL
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian child looks skyward at his home in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN CHILD LOOKS SKYWARD AT HIS HOME IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian child looks skyward at his home in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year. Picture taken on July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu CP
MONGOLIA
RTR5UXD
July 02, 2004
A Mongolian child looks out from his home in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN CHILD LOOKS OUT FROM HIS HOME IN ERDENET.
A Mongolian child looks out from his home in Erdenet, around 500kms (312 miles) northwest of the capital Ulan Bator July 2, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year. Picture taken on July 2, 2004. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
ERDENET
RTR5RLU
July 02, 2004
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest...
Erdenet, Mongolia
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet.
Young Mongolian monks hide behind the door of Amarbayasgalan Monastery in Erdenet, around 500 km northwest of the capital Ulan Bator, July 2, 2004. HIGH RESOLUTION FILE REUTERS/Guang Niu BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
MONGOLIA
RTR5V42
July 01, 2004
A Mongolian father carries his children on their way home in Ulan Bator July 1, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked...
Erdenet, Mongolia
A MONGOLIAN FATHER CARRIES HIS CHILDREN ON THEIR WAY HOME IN ULAN BATOR.
A Mongolian father carries his children on their way home in Ulan Bator July 1, 2004. Mongolia, landlocked between Russia in the north and China in the south, is one of the world's poorest countries, with its poverty rates increase every year. Picture taken on July 1. REUTERS/Guang Niu GN/CP
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