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MYANMAR-JOURNALISTS/HONGKONG-PROTEST
RTS207NP
September 06, 2018
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Hong Kong, China
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic cleansing, and sentencing of two Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo to seven years in jail, outside the Myanmar consulate in Hong Kong, China September 6, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
MYANMAR-JOURNALISTS/HONGKONG-PROTEST
RTS207NO
September 06, 2018
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Hong Kong, China
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic cleansing, and sentencing of two Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo to seven years in jail, outside the Myanmar consulate in Hong Kong, China September 6, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
MYANMAR-JOURNALISTS/HONGKONG-PROTEST
RTS207NN
September 06, 2018
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Hong Kong, China
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic...
Activists from several pro-democracy groups demonstrate against what they say is Myanmar's Rohingya ethnic cleansing, and sentencing of two Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo to seven years in jail, outside the Myanmar consulate in Hong Kong, China September 6, 2018. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTX3VABH
December 19, 2017
Attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents on the Myanmar security forces in Rakhine state triggered a response...
Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: Persecuted Rohingya Muslims flee violence in Myanmar
Attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents on the Myanmar security forces in Rakhine state triggered a response by the army and Buddhist vigilantes so brutal a senior U.N. official denounced it as a textbook example of ethnic cleansing. Days, weeks and months after the Aug. 25 violence, more than 600,000 Rohingya fled to Muslim Bangladesh, trekking over mountains and through forests and rice fields inundated by monsoon rain. Many of the refugees were traumatised, exhausted and hungry, some wounded by bullets, knives or clubs, many with burns. Many women said they had been raped. All of the refugees brought accounts of a campaign of murderous violence and arson by the Myanmar security forces and Buddhist civilians that they believed was aimed at driving them out of the country. Mostly Buddhist Myanmar denies the accusations. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui/File Photo SEARCH "POY ROHINGYA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY. Matching text: GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/WIDOWS
RTX3MSHX
December 07, 2017
Dawn hues of pink and purple reveal a dusty valley in Bangladesh's southern hills quilted with a dense...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
The Wider Image: Rohingya widows find safe haven in Bangladesh camp
Dawn hues of pink and purple reveal a dusty valley in Bangladesh's southern hills quilted with a dense settlement of red tents home to more than 230 women and children grieving for lost husbands and fathers. They are among more than 625,000 Rohingya Muslims who have fled to Bangladesh since late August, following a crackdown by the Myanmar military in response to attacks on security forces by Rohingya militants. Most Rohingya are stateless and seen as illegal immigrants by Buddhist-majority Myanmar. The United Nations and United States have described the military's actions as ethnic cleansing, and rights groups have accused the security forces of atrocities, including mass rape, arson and killings. Myanmar's government has denied most of the claims, and the army has said its own probe found no evidence of wrongdoing by troops. There are 50 tents and no men in the camp for widows and orphans, the biggest of three sites built with donor funds from Muslim-majority Pakistan in the refugee settlement of Balukhali not far from Bangladesh's resort town of Cox's Bazar. Two makeshift kitchens provide space for cooking in small holes in the ground, a new well is being dug to supplement a water pump, and a big tent serves for prayers. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj SEARCH "ROHINGYA WIDOWS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/MOTHERS
RTX31VJR
March 20, 2017
Scared, hungry and beaten badly, Rohingya women fleeing an army crackdown in Myanmar recount harrowing...
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
The Wider Image: Young Rohingya mothers flee persecution
Scared, hungry and beaten badly, Rohingya women fleeing an army crackdown in Myanmar recount harrowing tales of destruction and death: a father burned alive, an uncle slaughtered with a machete, a brother arrested and not heard from again. But huddled in makeshift refugee camps, dependent on food rations and the mercy of fellow refugees, they also carry something else: hope inspired by their newborn children, for whom Bangladesh is now home. The babies' delicate features present a sharp contrast with the squalid conditions of the makeshift refugee camp, where a skipped meal or food poisoning can mean the difference between survival or death. The Myanmar army launched its "clearance operation" after Rohingya insurgents attacked border guard posts in northwestern Rakhine state in October. The United Nations said it had committed mass killings and gang rapes and burned villages in a campaign that may amount to crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing. REUTERS/Mohammad Ponir Hossain SEARCH "ROHINGYA MOTHERS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text MYANMAR-ROHINGYA/MOTHERS
ALGERIA-SAHARA
RTS95Y1
March 03, 2016
An indigenous Sahrawi woman washes her laundry in a refugee camp of Boudjdour in Tindouf, southern Algeria...
Tindouf, Algeria
An indigenous Sahrawi woman washes her laundry in a refugee camp of Boudjdour in Tindouf
An indigenous Sahrawi woman washes her laundry in a refugee camp of Boudjdour in Tindouf, southern Algeria March 3, 2016. UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is scheduled to visit the Sahrawi refugees in south-west Algeria's Tindouf region. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-RUSSIA
RTX1XXP9
December 09, 2015
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul,...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul, Turkey, December 9, 2015. Turkey's prime minister accused Russia on Wednesday of attempted "ethnic cleansing" in northern Syria, saying Moscow was trying to drive out the local Turkmen and Sunni Muslim populations to protect its military interests in the region. Ahmet Davutoglu's comments could further harm strained relations between Moscow and Ankara, already at their worst in recent memory after Turkish forces downed a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border late last month. REUTERS/Murad Sezer TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-RUSSIA
RTX1XXP5
December 09, 2015
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul,...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul, Turkey, December 9, 2015. Turkey's prime minister accused Russia on Wednesday of attempted "ethnic cleansing" in northern Syria, saying Moscow was trying to drive out the local Turkmen and Sunni Muslim populations to protect its military interests in the region. Ahmet Davutoglu's comments could further harm strained relations between Moscow and Ankara, already at their worst in recent memory after Turkish forces downed a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border late last month. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-RUSSIA
RTX1XXP4
December 09, 2015
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul,...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul, Turkey, December 9, 2015. Turkey's prime minister accused Russia on Wednesday of attempted "ethnic cleansing" in northern Syria, saying Moscow was trying to drive out the local Turkmen and Sunni Muslim populations to protect its military interests in the region. Ahmet Davutoglu's comments could further harm strained relations between Moscow and Ankara, already at their worst in recent memory after Turkish forces downed a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border late last month. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
MIDEAST-CRISIS/TURKEY-RUSSIA
RTX1XXP3
December 09, 2015
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul,...
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu speaks during a meeting with representatives of foreign media in Istanbul, Turkey, December 9, 2015. Turkey's prime minister accused Russia on Wednesday of attempted "ethnic cleansing" in northern Syria, saying Moscow was trying to drive out the local Turkmen and Sunni Muslim populations to protect its military interests in the region. Ahmet Davutoglu's comments could further harm strained relations between Moscow and Ankara, already at their worst in recent memory after Turkish forces downed a Russian warplane near the Turkish-Syrian border late last month. REUTERS/Murad Sezer
BRAZIL-INDIGENOUS/WORLD GAMES
RTX1U3HX
October 31, 2015
An indigenous man from the Tabajara tribe of Brazil washing his hands in a bathroom during the I World...
Palmas, Brazil
An indigenous man from the Tabajara tribe of Brazil washing his hands in a bathroom during the I World...
An indigenous man from the Tabajara tribe of Brazil washing his hands in a bathroom during the I World Games for Indigenous People in Palmas, Brazil, October 30, 2015. Picture taken October 30, 2015. REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6LS
August 05, 2015
Serbian riot police stand guard in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian riot police stand guard in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary...
Serbian riot police stand guard in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6KD
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary...
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6JQ
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary...
Serbian nationalists shout slogans in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6I3
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (C behind the flag) and his party members burn Croatian national...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj and his party members burn Croatian national flag in front of Croatian...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (C behind the flag) and his party members burn Croatian national flag in front of Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6HE
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (3rd R) and his party members burn the Croatian national flag...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj and his party members burn Croatian national flag in front of Croatian...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (3rd R) and his party members burn the Croatian national flag in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6HD
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (C) and his party members burn the Croatian national flag...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Seselj and his party members burn Croatian national flag in front of Croatian...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (C) and his party members burn the Croatian national flag in front of the Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N6FS
August 05, 2015
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (not seen) and his party members burn the Croatian national...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj and his party members burn Croatian national flag in front...
Serbian nationalist leader Vojislav Seselj (not seen) and his party members burn the Croatian national flag in front of Croatian embassy during a protest marking the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in Belgrade, Serbia August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary on Wednesday of the blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event as 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4UR
August 05, 2015
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Belgrade, Serbia
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the St. Marko church in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4UP
August 05, 2015
A man flashes a traditional Serbian Orthodox three-finger sign during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary...
Belgrade, Serbia
A man flashes a traditional Serbian Orthodox three-finger sign during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary...
A man flashes a traditional Serbian Orthodox three-finger sign during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the parliament building in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4U9
August 05, 2015
People light candles during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm,...
Belgrade, Serbia
People light candles during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm,...
People light candles during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the St. Marko church in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4U5
August 05, 2015
People walk along a street during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Belgrade, Serbia
People walk along a street during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
People walk along a street during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the parliament building in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. The text on the banner reads 'Storm = Crime'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4U3
August 05, 2015
Serbian orthodox priests hold a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian orthodox priests hold a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Serbian orthodox priests hold a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the St. Marko church in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4U2
August 05, 2015
People ride on a tractor during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Belgrade, Serbia
People ride on a tractor during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
People ride on a tractor during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the parliament building in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica
CROATIA-ANNIVERSARY/SERBIA
RTX1N4U1
August 05, 2015
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
Belgrade, Serbia
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation...
A woman crosses herself during a memorial to mark the 20th anniversary of Croatia's four-day Operation Storm, in front of the St. Marko church in Belgrade, Serbia, August 5, 2015. Croatia rolled out tanks and waved flags to mark the 20th anniversary of a military blitz that ended its independence war while Serbia mourned the event it calls 'the biggest ethnic cleansing since World War Two'. REUTERS/Marko Djurica TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-POLICE/BALTIMORE
RTX1BAJB
May 03, 2015
A police officer douses a man, who was hit by pepper spray after defying a curfew, with water as he lies...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Police officer douses a man, who was hit by pepper spray after defying a curfew, with water as he lies...
A police officer douses a man, who was hit by pepper spray after defying a curfew, with water as he lies detained in west Baltimore, Maryland May 2, 2015. Thousands of people took to the streets of Baltimore on Saturday as anger over the death of young black man Freddie Gray turned to hopes for change following swift criminal charges against six police officers. There was an upbeat mood at the march from the housing projects where 25-year-old Gray was arrested last month to a plaza in front of city hall where the city's chief prosecutor announced charges on Friday ranging from murder to assault in his death. REUTERS/Adrees Latif TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MOROCCO-DAILYLIFE/WIDERIMAGE
RTR4QWWY
February 24, 2015
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 14, 2015....
AIT SGHIR, Morocco
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco
Berber women wash a child in Ait Sghir village in the High Atlas region of Morocco February 14, 2015. The snowy foothills of the High Atlas mountains in Morocco are home to several Berber villages where the inhabitants make their living by farming, baking bread in traditional ovens, herding cattle, and the making and selling of honey, olive oil and pottery. Extreme weather fluctuations and erosion that causes flooding and landslides have led to a drop in agricultural productivity, the United Nations said. REUTERS/Youssef Boudlal (MOROCCO - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ECUADOR-DAILYLIFE/
RTR4I07J
December 15, 2014
An indigenous woman washes clothes along a roadside in Peguche December 14, 2014. REUTERS/Guillermo...
PEGUCHE, Ecuador
An indigenous woman washes clothes along a roadside in Peguche
An indigenous woman washes clothes along a roadside in Peguche December 14, 2014. REUTERS/Guillermo Granja (ECUADOR - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
USA-MISSOURI/SHOOTING
RTR42RE9
August 18, 2014
Protesters react to the effects of tear gas which was fired at demonstrators reacting to the shooting...
FERGUSON, UNITED STATES
Protesters react to the effects of tear gas which was fired at demonstrators reacting to the shooting...
Protesters react to the effects of tear gas which was fired at demonstrators reacting to the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri August 17, 2014. Shots were fired and police shouted through bullhorns for protesters to disperse, witnesses said, as chaos erupted Sunday night in Ferguson, Missouri, which has been racked by protests since the unarmed black teenager was shot by police last week. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
INDIA/
RTR3KNHH
April 10, 2014
A man bathes under a broken water pipeline at a slum in Mumbai April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui...
Mumbai, India
Man bathes under a broken water pipeline at a slum in Mumbai
A man bathes under a broken water pipeline at a slum in Mumbai April 10, 2014. REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY POVERTY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDN
March 02, 2014
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Vukovar, Croatia
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery...
Some of the 938 crosses in memoriam to 938 victims killed in Vukovar are seen at a memorial cemetery in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDL
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDK
March 02, 2014
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
Vukovar, Croatia
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the...
A man looks at pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar on display at the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDH
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDF
March 02, 2014
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Personal items of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWDA
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD9
March 02, 2014
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara...
Vukovar, Croatia
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Monument to all fallen are seen at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD5
March 02, 2014
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest...
Vukovar, Croatia
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar
Rosaries are displayed at the Ovcara mass grave site near Vukovar February 28, 2014. Ovcara is the biggest mass grave in Croatia where hundreds of Croatians were killed after Serb forces captured the town of Vukovar on November 18, 1991 during the 1991-1995 Serbo - Croatian war. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWD3
March 02, 2014
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The...
Vukovar, Croatia
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar
Bullet casings are seen on the floor in the Ovcara Memorial Centre in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
Croatia/
RTR3FWCV
March 02, 2014
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Vukovar, Croatia
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre...
Pictures of victims killed by Yugoslavia's national Army and Serbia's paratroops in the 1991 massacre of non-Serbs in the eastern Croatian town of Vukovar are displayed in the Ovcara Memorial Center in Vukovar February 28, 2014. The hearings in the Croatia-Serbia genocide trials before the International Court of Justice in The Hague are scheduled to start on March 3, in which the court will examine Croatia's accusation that Serbia committed genocide in the Croatian 1991-95 independence war. Croatia's lawsuit against Serbia, filed in 1999, seeks reparations from Serbia on the grounds that the Belgrade authorities were liable for ethnic cleansing committed against Croatian citizens during Croatia's four-year independence war against rebel Serb minority backed by Belgrade that claimed some 20,000 lives. Picture taken February 28, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY CONFLICT POLITICS)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNS
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNO
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNN
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (L) and Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian attend a debate before...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Ayrault and Defence Minister Le Drian attend a debate before a vote on whether...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (L) and Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian attend a debate before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNM
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (L) speaks with Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian during a...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Ayrault speaks with Defence Minister Le Drian during a debate before a vote on...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (L) speaks with Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian during a debate before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNF
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNE
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault gestures as he delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
FRANCE/
RTR3FPNB
February 25, 2014
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
Paris, France
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation...
French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault delivers a speech before a vote on whether to extend Operation Sangaris, the former colonial power's military mission in Central African Republic, at the National Assembly in Paris, February 25, 2014. France originally deployed 1,600 troops in December, but announced they plan on sending another 400 troops to help combat a crisis that has killed more than 2,000 people in what a U.N. official described as a wave of "ethnic-religious cleansing". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer (FRANCE - Tags: POLITICS MILITARY)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z9F
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z3A
February 17, 2014
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a...
Bangui, Central African Republic
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a...
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z35
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z33
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z32
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers gather as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers gather as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas...
Local Red Cross workers gather as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z31
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z30
February 17, 2014
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the...
Local Red Cross workers carry a body as they move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18Z2X
February 17, 2014
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a...
Bangui, Central African Republic
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a...
An African peacekeeping soldier stands guard as Red Cross workers move bodies from a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 17, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic as peacekeepers uncovered a mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18T2X
February 14, 2014
Bangui's public prosecutor Ghislain Gresenguet (C) stands with African and French peacekeeping troops...
Bangui, Central African Republic
Bangui's public prosecutor Gresenguet stands with African and French peacekeeping troops near a mass...
Bangui's public prosecutor Ghislain Gresenguet (C) stands with African and French peacekeeping troops near a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 Villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 14, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic, as peacekeepers uncovered the mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest in a that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. Their campaign of rape, torture and executions against the majority Christian population triggered inter-religious violence which has displaced a million people. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18T0T
February 14, 2014
African and French peace keeping troops stand near a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 Villas...
Bangui, Central African Republic
African and French peace keeping troops stand near a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 Villas...
African and French peace keeping troops stand near a mass grave at a military camp in the 200 Villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 14, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic, as peacekeepers uncovered the mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest in a that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. Their campaign of rape, torture and executions against the majority Christian population triggered inter-religious violence which has displaced a million people. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
CENTRALAFRICAN/
RTX18T04
February 14, 2014
A Central African soldier stands near a hole where decomposed bodies are found at a military camp in...
Bangui, Central African Republic
A Central African soldier stands near a hole where decomposed bodies are found at a military camp in...
A Central African soldier stands near a hole where decomposed bodies are found at a military camp in the 200 Villas neighbourhood of Bangui February 14, 2014. A top U.N. official warned on Wednesday of "ethnic-religious cleansing" in the Central African Republic, as peacekeepers uncovered the mass grave at the military camp occupied by Seleka rebels in the capital Bangui. The atrocity is the latest in a that has gripped the former French colony since March, when the mainly Muslim rebels seized power. Their campaign of rape, torture and executions against the majority Christian population triggered inter-religious violence which has displaced a million people. REUTERS/Luc Gnago (CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: CIVIL UNREST MILITARY POLITICS)
INDIA
RTX18N9F
February 12, 2014
People carry sacks filled with leaves after washing them on the banks of the river Ganges in Kolkata...
Kolkata, India
People carry sacks filled with leaves after washing them on the banks of the river Ganges in Kolkata
People carry sacks filled with leaves after washing them on the banks of the river Ganges in Kolkata February 12, 2014. The leaves will be used to decorate flower bouquets. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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