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GREECE-WILDFIRES/STORKS
RTXFED2R 
August 08, 2020 
A volunteer places injured turtles in water boxes following a wildfire north of Athens, at the Hellenic... 
Athens, Greece 
A volunteer places injured turtles in water boxes following a wildfire north of Athens, at the Hellenic... 
A volunteer places injured turtles in water boxes following a wildfire north of Athens, at the Hellenic Wildlife Care Association ANIMA's first aid centre, in Athens, Greece, August 8, 2021. Picture taken August 8, 2021. REUTERS/Louiza Vradi 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL
RTS18KV7 
June 25, 2017 
REFILE - CORRECTING PUNCTUATION Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits given by an aid organization... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits given by an aid organization during the first day of... 
REFILE - CORRECTING PUNCTUATION Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits given by an aid organization during the first day of Eid al-Fitr celebration in West Mosul, Iraq June 25, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro 
MIDEAST-CRISIS/IRAQ-MOSUL
RTS18KUT 
June 25, 2017 
REFILE - CORRECTING PUNCTUATION Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits and bottles of water... 
Mosul, Iraq 
Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits and bottles of water given by an aid organization during... 
REFILE - CORRECTING PUNCTUATION Displaced Iraqi residents carry boxes of biscuits and bottles of water given by an aid organization during the first day of Eid al-Fitr celebration in West Mosul, Iraq June 25, 2017. REUTERS/Erik De Castro 
EUROZONE-GREECE
RTX1CKSY 
May 12, 2015 
EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO COMMERCIAL OR BOOK SALES. A first aid box hangs off a wall at a deserted wood... 
Thessaloniki, Greece 
Wider Image: Ghost Factories Of Greece 
EDITORIAL USE ONLY - NO COMMERCIAL OR BOOK SALES. A first aid box hangs off a wall at a deserted wood factory that closed in 2007 in the town of Thessaloniki in central Macedonia region, Greece April 23, 2015. As Athens faces growing pressure to reach agreement with lenders to avoid financial chaos, an angry Greek public feels the pain of cuts following a six-year recession, with unemployment more than double the euro zone average. A 2,500 km trip from Athens to northeastern Greece and back via the Peloponnese region in the south shows the remnants of a once-flourishing Greek industry, which has suffered a 30 percent drop in production from its peak. Abandoned factories, previously making goods from timber to textiles and cooking oil, are often looted, adding to the scenes of desolation. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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USA-DROUGHT/
RTX1BW9M 
May 07, 2015 
Tractor driver Jesus Arroyo, 48, who has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, helps load boxes... 
WOODLAKE, UNITED STATES 
Tractor driver Arroyo, who has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, helps load boxes of emergency... 
Tractor driver Jesus Arroyo, 48, who has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, helps load boxes of emergency food aid into a woman's car at a drought food line in Woodlake, California, United States May 6, 2015. California's snowpack, which generally provides about a third of the state's water, is at its lowest level on record. California water regulators on Tuesday adopted the state's first rules for mandatory cutbacks in urban water use as the region's catastrophic drought enters its fourth year. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
USA-DROUGHT/
RTX1BW9K 
May 07, 2015 
A man wheels away boxes of emergency food aid in Woodlake, California, United States May 6, 2015. California's... 
WOODLAKE, UNITED STATES 
Man wheels away boxes of emergency food aid in Woodlake 
A man wheels away boxes of emergency food aid in Woodlake, California, United States May 6, 2015. California's snowpack, which generally provides about a third of the state's water, is at its lowest level on record. California water regulators on Tuesday adopted the state's first rules for mandatory cutbacks in urban water use as the region's catastrophic drought enters its fourth year. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
USA-DROUGHT/
RTX1BW97 
May 07, 2015 
Raul Lopez, 54, who used to pick oranges but has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, carries... 
WOODLAKE, UNITED STATES 
Lopez, who used to pick oranges but has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, carries boxes... 
Raul Lopez, 54, who used to pick oranges but has had fewer hours of work because of the drought, carries boxes of emergency food aid to his truck in Woodlake, California, United States May 6, 2015. California's snowpack, which generally provides about a third of the state's water, is at its lowest level on record. California water regulators on Tuesday adopted the state's first rules for mandatory cutbacks in urban water use as the region's catastrophic drought enters its fourth year. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson 
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/
RTR4SUPF 
March 11, 2015 
An employee of a building management company, which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An employee of a building management company, which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food... 
An employee of a building management company, which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food and first aid kits in case of a disaster, carries a box of emergency water at the storage area during a disaster drill at the Roppongi Hills complex in Tokyo March 11, 2015. Local residents and office workers in the Roppongi Hills, one of the central business districts and posh residential areas in Tokyo, held a disaster drill to prepare for earthquakes, on the fourth anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands. About 900 people participated in the exercises in the Roppongi Hills, according to officials. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/
RTR4SUOW 
March 11, 2015 
Packs of emergency rescue blankets are seen in a box at the storage of the building which prepares hundreds... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Packs of emergency rescue blankets are seen in a box at the storage of the building which prepares hundreds... 
Packs of emergency rescue blankets are seen in a box at the storage of the building which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food and first aid kits in case of a disaster, during a disaster drill at the Roppongi Hills complex in Tokyo March 11, 2015. Local residents and office workers in the Roppongi Hills, one of the central business districts and posh residential areas in Tokyo, held a disaster drill to prepare for earthquakes, on the fourth anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands. About 900 people participated in the exercises in the Roppongi Hills, according to officials. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
JAPAN-TSUNAMI/
RTR4SUOD 
March 11, 2015 
An employee of a building management company, which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An employee of a building management company carries a box of emergency food at a storage area during... 
An employee of a building management company, which prepares hundreds of thousands of emergency food rations and first aid kits in case of a disaster, carries a box of emergency food at a storage area during a disaster drill at the Roppongi Hills complex in Tokyo March 11, 2015. Local residents and office workers in the Roppongi Hills, one of the central business districts and posh residential areas in Tokyo, held a disaster drill to prepare for earthquakes, on the fourth anniversary of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands. About 900 people participated in the exercises in the Roppongi Hills, according to officials. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ANNIVERSARY SOCIETY) 
BOSNIA-ODDLY/
RTR4OKDX 
February 07, 2015 
A first aid box is seen in Livnica, an abandoned foundry, in the city of Tuzla, February 6, 2015. A half... 
Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
First aid box is seen in Livnica, an abandoned foundry, in the city of Tuzla 
A first aid box is seen in Livnica, an abandoned foundry, in the city of Tuzla, February 6, 2015. A half dozen major chemical and metal factories in the Bosnian northern town of Tuzla, which was an industrial hub in the former Yugoslav federation, were forced to halt production and close down during the mismanaged transition to capitalism, leaving thousands of workers jobless and without social benefits. The words on the box read, "Please donate for the people of Gaza". Picture taken February 6. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYMENT HEALTH) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBY6 
November 16, 2014 
Women fill documents before casting their votes in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November... 
Bucharest, Romania 
Women fill documents before casting their votes in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
Women fill documents before casting their votes in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBXZ 
November 16, 2014 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister... 
Bucharest, Romania 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBXO 
November 16, 2014 
A woman holds her vote while waiting for a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16,... 
Bucharest, Romania 
A woman holds her vote while waiting for a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
A woman holds her vote while waiting for a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBXL 
November 16, 2014 
A woman fills documents before casting her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November... 
Bucharest, Romania 
A woman fills documents before casting her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
A woman fills documents before casting her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBXC 
November 16, 2014 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister... 
Bucharest, Romania 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
ROMANIA-ELECTION/
RTR4EBWZ 
November 16, 2014 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister... 
Bucharest, Romania 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest 
A woman casts her vote in a mobile ballot box at a hospital in Bucharest November 16, 2014. Prime Minister Victor Ponta looks set to become Romania's youngest president in a runoff vote on Sunday, a result that could make one of Europe's poorest nations more stable as it looks to exit an IMF-led aid deal. Backed by a well-oiled party machine, Ponta has led opinion polls and comfortably beat his nearest challenger, ethnic German mayor Klaus Iohannis, in the first round election on Nov 2. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS) 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR4CB19 
October 31, 2014 
Medical volunteers unpack individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony where... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
Medical volunteers unpack individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony where... 
Medical volunteers unpack individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony where they were donated by Kiev's Mayor Vitaly Klitschko in Kiev October 31, 2014. Klitschko said he and his brother Vladimir, who is the current heavyweight boxing world champion, bought 2000 individual first aid kits for Ukrainian servicemen taking part in the anti-separatist operation in the east of the country. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR4CB0L 
October 31, 2014 
A medical volunteer holds up an individual first aid kit similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
Medical volunteer holds up an individual first aid kit similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony... 
A medical volunteer holds up an individual first aid kit similar to those used by NATO during a ceremony where they were donated by Kiev's Mayor Vitaly Klitschko in Kiev October 31, 2014. Klitschko said he and his brother Vladimir, who is the current heavyweight boxing world champion, bought 2000 individual first aid kits for Ukrainian servicemen taking part in the anti-separatist operation in the east of the country. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/
RTR4CAZM 
October 31, 2014 
Kiev's Mayor Vitaly Klitschko (R) gives individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO to medical... 
Kiev, Ukraine 
Kiev's Mayor Vitaly Klitschko gives individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO to medical... 
Kiev's Mayor Vitaly Klitschko (R) gives individual first aid kits similar to those used by NATO to medical volunteers during a ceremony in Kiev October 31, 2014. Klitschko said he and his brother Vladimir, who is the current heavyweight boxing world champion, bought 2000 individual first aid kits for Ukrainian servicemen taking part in the anti-separatist operation in the east of the country. REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH CIVIL UNREST SPORT BOXING) 
USA-NUTRITION/FOOD-STAMPS
RTX14WS6 
November 01, 2013 
Food pantry handler Kenneth Willis fills up bags of food for the Emergency Assistance Program at the... 
Chicago, UNITED STATES 
Food pantry handler Kenneth Willis fills up bags of food for the Emergency Assistance Program at the... 
Food pantry handler Kenneth Willis fills up bags of food for the Emergency Assistance Program at the Chicago Catholic Charities in Chicago, November 1, 2013. One of every seven Americans will take a hit on Friday when a $5 billion cut in food stamps, the first across-the-board reduction in the history of the decades-old federal program, takes effect. The Chicago Catholic Charities' Emergency Assistance Program expects an increase in the numbers of those seeking their help due to the cuts in food stamps. REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD POLITICS BUSINESS) 
IRAN-AID/
RTR3CU3K 
January 23, 2013 
A forklift truck lifts boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut January 23, 2013. The... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A forklift truck lifts boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut 
A forklift truck lifts boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut January 23, 2013. The first shipment of Iranian humanitarian aid arrived in Lebanon for Syrian and Palestinian refugees from Syria on Wednesday. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
IRAN-AID/
RTR3CU3J 
January 23, 2013 
A forklift truck moves boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut January 23, 2013. The... 
Beirut, Lebanon 
A forklift truck moves boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut 
A forklift truck moves boxes of Iranian humanitarian aid at the port of Beirut January 23, 2013. The first shipment of Iranian humanitarian aid arrived in Lebanon for Syrian and Palestinian refugees from Syria on Wednesday. The banner reads, "Gift from Iran to our brothers of Syrian and Palestinian refugees". REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON - Tags: POLITICS CONFLICT SOCIETY) 
LIBERBANK-IPO/
RTR3BSLR 
December 20, 2012 
A man pushes boxes in front of the entrance of Cajastur headquarters, part of Liberbank, in Oviedo, December... 
Oviedo, Spain 
A man pushes boxes in front of Cajastur headquarters in Oviedo 
A man pushes boxes in front of the entrance of Cajastur headquarters, part of Liberbank, in Oviedo, December 20, 2012. Spain's Liberbank on Thursday said it planned a stock listing in the first half of 2013 as part of its recapitalisation plan. The announcement came after the European Commission approved the second phase of Spain's banking sector overhaul. Liberbank will receive a temporary aid of 124 million euros in contingent convertible bonds, also know as Cocos. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
PAKISTAN
RTR3AUYX 
November 25, 2012 
A Pakistani Scout member carries a first aid box during an Ashura ceremony to mark the death of Hussein,... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
A Pakistani Scout member carries a first aid box during Ashura ceremony in Karachi 
A Pakistani Scout member carries a first aid box during an Ashura ceremony to mark the death of Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in Karachi November 25, 2012. Shi'ite mourners beat themselves during Ashura with steel-tipped flails or slash their bodies with knives to mark the death anniversary of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammad, who was killed during a battle in A.D. 680 in Kerbala, a city in modern-day Iraq. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro (PAKISTAN - Tags: RELIGION ANNIVERSARY) 
WARCRIMES-TAYLOR/
RTR318UP 
April 25, 2012 
A street vendor watches a live broadcast of the verdict being delivered by a United Nations-backed court... 
Freetown, Sierra Leone 
Street vendor watches live broadcast of verdict being delivered by United Nations-backed court in Hague... 
A street vendor watches a live broadcast of the verdict being delivered by a United Nations-backed court in the Hague convicting former Liberian president Charles Taylor of war crimes, in the country's capital Freetown April 26, 2012. The court convicted Taylor of aiding and abetting war crimes and crimes against humanity, the first time a head of state has been found guilty by an international tribunal since the Nazi trials at Nuremberg. Taylor, 64, had been charged with 11 counts of murder, rape, conscripting child soldiers and sexual slavery during intertwined wars in Liberia and Sierra Leone, during which more than 50,000 people were killed. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SIERRA LEONE - Tags: CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
LIBYA-PROTESTS/EVACUATION
RTR2J1MV 
February 24, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Marmaris, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the Mediterranean port of Marmaris February 24, 2011. Some 3,000 Turks who had found sanctuary in a soccer stadium in Benghazi arrived in southwest Turkey on Thursday after making a 20-hour journey across the Mediterranean by ferry boats escorted by a Turkish frigate. Turkey has said the safety of its nationals in Libya was its first priority. There were around 25,000 Turkish citizens in Libya before the violence broke out and Turkey is mounting the biggest evacuation operation in its history. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
LIBYA-PROTESTS/EVACUATION
RTR2J1H4 
February 24, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Marmaris, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the Mediterranean port of Marmaris February 24, 2011. Some 3,000 Turks who had found sanctuary in a soccer stadium in Benghazi arrived in southwest Turkey on Thursday after making a 20-hour journey across the Mediterranean by ferry boats escorted by a Turkish frigate. Turkey has said the safety of its nationals in Libya was its first priority. There were around 25,000 Turkish citizens in Libya before the violence broke out and Turkey is mounting the biggest evacuation operation in its history. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
LIBYA-PROTESTS/EVACUATION
RTR2J1GC 
February 24, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Marmaris, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship at the Mediterranean port of Marmaris February 24, 2011. Some 3,000 Turks who had found sanctuary in a soccer stadium in Benghazi arrived in southwest Turkey on Thursday after making a 20-hour journey across the Mediterranean by ferry boats escorted by a Turkish frigate. Turkey has said the safety of its nationals in Libya was its first priority. There were around 25,000 Turkish citizens in Libya before the violence broke out and Turkey is mounting the biggest evacuation operation in its history. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
TURKEY-LIBYA/
RTR2IWKX 
February 21, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck before being loaded onto a ship in Istanbul February 21, 2011. The ship is part of the Turkish government's efforts to evacuate its citizens from Libya. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-LIBYA/
RTR2IWKP 
February 21, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship in Istanbul... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship in Istanbul... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits are loaded onto a ship in Istanbul February 21, 2011. The ship is part of the Turkish government's efforts to evacuate its citizens from Libya. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
TURKEY-LIBYA/
RTR2IWKL 
February 21, 2011 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck... 
Istanbul, Turkey 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck... 
Turkish Red Crescent boxes containing humanitarian aid and first aid kits sit in the back of a truck before they are loaded onto a ship in Istanbul February 21, 2011. The ship is part of the Turkish government's efforts to evacuate its citizens from Libya. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY - Tags: POLITICS) 
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
RTR2I3DZ 
September 09, 2010 
A member of a Pakistani humanitarian non-governmental organization (NGO) loads a box of the first aid,... 
CHARSADDA, Pakistan 
Member of a Pakistani humanitarian NGO loads a box of the first aid, cloths and toys for flood victims... 
A member of a Pakistani humanitarian non-governmental organization (NGO) loads a box of the first aid, cloths and toys for flood victims at a relief camp in Charsadda, Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province September 9, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/
RTR2I3DY 
September 09, 2010 
A member of a Pakistani humanitarian non-governmental organization (NGO) loads a box of the first aid,... 
CHARSADDA, Pakistan 
Member of a Pakistani humanitarian NGO loads a box of the first aid, cloths and toys for flood victims... 
A member of a Pakistani humanitarian non-governmental organization (NGO) loads a box of the first aid, cloths and toys for flood victims at a relief camp in Charsadda, Pakistan's northwest Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province September 9, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY) 
GERMANY-WALL/STASI
RTXQC8O 
November 04, 2009 
A former prisoner poses for the media in an operating room at an infirmary of the former prison of the... 
Berlin, Germany 
To match feature GERMANY-WALL/STASI 
A former prisoner poses for the media in an operating room at an infirmary of the former prison of the East German Ministry for State Security (MfS), known as the Stasi, in Berlin's Hohenschoenhausen district in this September 12, 2008 file photo. For thousands of former employees of Communist East Germany's loathed Stasi secret police, next week's 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall is no cause for celebration. Experts say few of the Stasi's 91,000 ex-employees, or its 170,000 unofficial informers, have come to terms with their role in one of the world's most repressive organisations. To match feature GERMANY-WALL/STASI REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/Files (GERMANY POLITICS) 
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JOHNSONANDJOHNSON/
RTXDZJN 
April 14, 2009 
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14,... 
Golden, UNITED STATES 
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster 
A first aid kit made by Johnson & Johnson for sale on a store shelf in Westminster, Colorado April 14, 2009. Johnson & Johnson said its quarterly earnings fell, hurt by generic competition for its Risperdal schizophrenia drug and the strong dollar, but lower costs enabled the company to beat Wall Street expectations. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
PALESTINIANS-ISRAEL/BELGIUM
RTR237NY 
January 09, 2009 
A soldier unloads supplies from a truck at Melsbroek military airport near Brussels as a Belgian C-130... 
Brussels, Belgium 
Soldier unloads supplies from truck at Melsbroek military airport near Brussels as Belgian C-130 prepares... 
A soldier unloads supplies from a truck at Melsbroek military airport near Brussels as a Belgian C-130 prepares to leave for Egypt, January 9, 2009. The plane, which will carry medical supplies and a Belgian first aid and support team (B-Fast), is part of a mission to transport wounded children evacuated from Gaza to regional hospitals. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (BELGIUM) 
MYANMAR-CYCLONE/
RTX62BG 
May 23, 2008 
Members of the Singapore Red Cross prepare to leave for Myanmar with S$20,000 ($14,710) worth of medical... 
Singapore, Singapore 
Members of the Singapore Red Cross prepare to leave for Myanmar with medical aid at Singapore's Changi... 
Members of the Singapore Red Cross prepare to leave for Myanmar with S$20,000 ($14,710) worth of medical aid at Singapore's Changi Airport May 23, 2008. The team is the first group of aid workers allowed to enter Myanmar from ASEAN nations in an agreement reached with Myanmar's military junta in Singapore on Monday. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (SINGAPORE) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B2O 
May 07, 2008 
Two men are seen as workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Two men are seen as workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme... 
Two men are seen as workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B2L 
May 07, 2008 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B2G 
May 07, 2008 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B2D 
May 07, 2008 
Relief supplies are seen before being loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Relief supplies are seen before being loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme... 
Relief supplies are seen before being loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B28 
May 07, 2008 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B25 
May 07, 2008 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Workers load relief supplies onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B20 
May 07, 2008 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B1X 
May 07, 2008 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar,... 
Relief supplies are loaded onto a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MYANMAR/CYCLONE
RTR20B1S 
May 07, 2008 
A man speaks to workers in front of a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 
A man speaks to workers in front of a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for... 
A man speaks to workers in front of a plane chartered by the U.N.'s World Food Programme and bound for Myanmar, at Sharjah International Airport May 7, 2008. The plane, departing from Sharjah, was one of the first planes from the U.N. to send in goods to aid the victims of Cyclone Nargis in military-ruled Myanmar. The forty tonnes of goods loaded onto the plane included storage boxes, food and medical kits. REUTERS/Jumana El Heloueh (UNITED ARAB EMIRATES) 
MEXICO-FLOODS/
RTR1VMHL 
November 03, 2007 
A Red Cross paramedic carries boxes of supplies for flood-affected residents on the outskirts of Villahermosa... 
Villahermosa, Mexico 
A Red Cross paramedic carries boxes of supplies for flood-affected residents on the outskirts of Villahermosa... 
A Red Cross paramedic carries boxes of supplies for flood-affected residents on the outskirts of Villahermosa November 3, 2007. Thousands of people perched on roofs in southern Mexico on Saturday, desperate to be evacuated from flooding caused by heavy rains that has left most of Tabasco state under water and 800,000 people homeless. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO) 
BIRDFLU-BRITAIN/
RTR1M0XN 
February 05, 2007 
Men in protective suits load crates onto a lorry at the avian-flu affected poultry farm at Holton near... 
HALESWORTH, United Kingdom 
Men in protective suits load crates onto a lorry at the avian-flu affected poultry farm at Holton near... 
Men in protective suits load crates onto a lorry at the avian-flu affected poultry farm at Holton near Halesworth in eastern England February 5, 2007. Russia and Japan banned British poultry imports as Britain moved on Monday to complete a cull of 160,000 turkeys after the nation's first outbreak of a deadly strain of bird flu in farmed poultry. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
SUDAN/
RTR1K46S 
December 06, 2006 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments at Khartoum airport 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the airport in Khartoum December 6, 2006. Some17 tonnes of emergency health kits, mosquito nets and other first aid equipment collected from the German Red Cross and transported by German holiday airline Hapagfly arrived in the Sudanese capital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (SUDAN) 
SUDAN/
RTR1K46P 
December 06, 2006 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments at Khartoum airport 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the airport in Khartoum December 6, 2006. Some17 tonnes of emergency health kits, mosquito nets and other first aid equipment collected from the German Red Cross and transported by German holiday airline Hapagfly arrived in the Sudanese capital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (SUDAN) 
SUDAN/
RTR1K46N 
December 06, 2006 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments at Khartoum airport 
A Sudanese volunteer of the Red Crescent carries a box with aid shipments destined for the Sudan at the airport in Khartoum December 6, 2006. Some17 tonnes of emergency health kits, mosquito nets and other first aid equipment collected from the German Red Cross and transported by German holiday airline Hapagfly arrived in the Sudanese capital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (SUDAN) 
SUDAN/
RTR1K46L 
December 06, 2006 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments destined for Sudan at the airport... 
Khartoum, Sudan 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments at Khartoum airport 
Sudanese volunteers of the Red Crescent unload boxes with aid shipments destined for Sudan at the airport in Khartoum December 6, 2006. Some 17 tonnes of emergency health kits, mosquito nets and other first aid equipment collected from the German Red Cross and transported by German holiday airline Hapagfly arrived in the Sudanese capital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (SUDAN) 
GERMANY/
RTR1K2PM 
December 05, 2006 
A ground staff worker loads boxes with aid shipments destined for the Sudan on board of an airplane at... 
Hanover, Germany 
Worker loads boxes with aid shipments for the Sudan on board of an airplane at the airport in Hanover... 
A ground staff worker loads boxes with aid shipments destined for the Sudan on board of an airplane at the airport in Hanover December 5, 2006. Some17 tonnes of emergency health kits, mosquito nets and other first aid equipment collected from the German Red cross and transported by German holiday airline Hapagfly will leave Hanover on Wednesday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY) 
MIDEAST
RTR1JJW8 
November 21, 2006 
A wounded man is treated by medics after a Palestinian rocket attack in the southern Israeli town of... 
Sderot, Israel 
Wounded man is treated by medics after a Palestinian rocket attack in Sderot 
A wounded man is treated by medics after a Palestinian rocket attack in the southern Israeli town of Sderot November 21, 2006. Palestinian militants in Gaza fired rockets into an Israeli border town on Tuesday during a visit by the U.N. high commissioner for human rights, critically wounding one person, witnesses and ambulance workers said. REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL) 
UKRAINE
RTR1DPGW 
May 24, 2006 
Ukrainian Emergencies Ministry personnel carry first aid boxes during an exercise at a water treatment... 
KONSTANTINKOVA, Ukraine 
Ukrainian Emergencies Ministry personnel carry first aid boxes during exercise at water treatment facility... 
Ukrainian Emergencies Ministry personnel carry first aid boxes during an exercise at a water treatment facility in the town of Konstantinkovka some 60 km (19 miles) from Donetsk May 24, 2006. The exercise was aimed at training staff of the facility how to behave in case of a leakage of highly concentrated chlorine, which is used for disinfecting drinking water. REUTERS/Alexander Khudotioply 
COLD WAR NEW YORK
RTR17ILS 
March 22, 2006 
Department of Transportation Commisioner Iris Weinshall shows emergency first aid signs in a nuclear... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Department of Transportation Commisioner Iris Weinshall shows emergency first aid signs in a nuclear... 
Department of Transportation Commisioner Iris Weinshall shows emergency first aid signs in a nuclear disaster shelter in New York March 21, 2006. The shelter, which was discovered recently in the Manhattan side foundations of the Brooklyn Bridge, seems to have been built during the cold war (dates on the boxes read 1962) and is stocked with the basic necessities in case of a nuclear attack. REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
SLOVENIA US
RTRO897 
September 16, 2005 
An unidentified Nato pilot and cargo technician loads Slovenian aid for victims of Hurricane Katrina... 
Brnik, Slovenia 
An unidentified Nato pilot and cargo technician loads Slovenian aid for victims of Hurricane Katrina.... 
An unidentified Nato pilot and cargo technician loads Slovenian aid for victims of Hurricane Katrina at Ljubljana's airport Brnik September 16, 2005. Some 250 folding beds, 250 matresses, 780 blankets and 2000 first aid boxes will be transferred to the U.S. via the U.S. military base in Rammstein, Germany. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic SZ/AA 
KOREA
RTRCIWI 
January 03, 2001 
South Koreans wave as a cargo ship containing aid goods departs for the isolated North Korea at a port... 
Inchon, Korea - Republic of 
SOUTH KOREANS WAVE AS A CARGO SHIP CONTAINING AID GOODS DEPARTS FOR NORTH KOREA AT INCHON CITY. 
South Koreans wave as a cargo ship containing aid goods departs for the isolated North Korea at a port of Inchon city, west of Seoul, January 3, 2001. The country's civic and religious groups sent on Wednesday the aid goods worth US $917,000 include 120 goats, 17,000 pieces of underwear, 120 tons of flour, 33,600 disposable medical syringes, 7,000 items of clothes and 2,562 boxes of notebooks and pencils for children, which is the first shipment this year to starvation-stricken North Korea.

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