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HONGKONG-SECURITY/COUPLE
RTX7LI8W
July 24, 2020
Elaine To, 42, and her husband Henry Tong, 39, who are facing rioting charges after they were arrested...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: On trial on riot charges, Hong Kong newlyweds prepared for life apart
Elaine To, 42, and her husband Henry Tong, 39, who are facing rioting charges after they were arrested at an anti-extradition bill protest, put together a bag containing first aid supplies for their friends to pick up at the gym which they own, where they work as personal trainers, in Hong Kong, China, July 20, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "HONG KONG NEWLYWEDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
HONGKONG-SECURITY/COUPLE
RTX7LI8J
July 24, 2020
Elaine To, 42, and her husband Henry Tong, 39, who are facing rioting charges after they were arrested...
Hong Kong, China
The Wider Image: On trial on riot charges, Hong Kong newlyweds prepared for life apart
Elaine To, 42, and her husband Henry Tong, 39, who are facing rioting charges after they were arrested at an anti-extradition bill protest, put together a bag containing first aid supplies for their friends to pick up at the gym which they own, where they work as personal trainers, in Hong Kong, China, July 20, 2020. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu SEARCH "HONG KONG NEWLYWEDS" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES
USA-TRUMP/
RTS259WR
November 09, 2018
A White House staff member (R) carries personal luggage and papers for U.S. President Donald Trump and...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Aides carry luggage and briefcases to Air Force One departing for France with the president from Joint...
A White House staff member (R) carries personal luggage and papers for U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump as a U.S. military aide (L) carries briefcases containing the military launch codes known as the nuclear football to Air Force One as the president departs Washington for Paris from Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, U.S., November 9, 2018. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
USA-TRUMP/BRITAIN
RTX6B0GA
July 12, 2018
A military aide carries the "football" containing launch codes for nuclear weapons into Blenheim Palace,...
Woodstock, United Kingdom
Trumps visits Blenheim Palace in England
A military aide carries the "football" containing launch codes for nuclear weapons into Blenheim Palace, where U.S. President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump were dining, in Woodstock, Britain, July 12, 2018. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
GLOBAL-POY/MYANMAR-ROHINGYA
RTX3VAE0
December 19, 2017
Rohingya refugees scuffle as they wait to receive aid in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh September 24, 2017....
Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh
Pictures of the Year: Persecuted Rohingya Muslims flee violence in Myanmar
Rohingya refugees scuffle as they wait to receive aid in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh September 24, 2017. Reuters photographer Cathal McNaughton: "This image sums up the first days of aid relief perfectly. Chaos. Pure desperation on people's faces as they fight for a bag of aid. Very often, they had no idea what it contained." REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton/File Photo SEARCH "POY ROHINGYA" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "REUTERS POY" FOR ALL BEST OF 2017 PACKAGES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY.
A Picture and Its Story
A Picture and Its Story
From Smiles to Tears - 13 May 2015
4 PICTURES
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)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434VK
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434VI
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434VB
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434V1
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434UY
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434US
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
IRAQ-SECURITY/AID
RTR434UF
August 20, 2014
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Arbil, Iraq
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport...
Workers unloading humanitarian aid from the United Nations are seen next to an aircraft at an airport in Arbil, north of Baghdad, August 20, 2014. The first of four planes containing crucial aid to be delivered by the United Nations Refugee Agency arrived in the Kurdish city of Arbil on Wednesday, in a major aid operation to get supplies to more than half a million people displaced by fighting in northern Iraq. REUTERS/Azad Lashkari (IRAQ - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
GUINEA-EBOLA/SURVIVORS
RTR3KEK9
April 08, 2014
A scientist separates blood cells from plasma cells to isolate any Ebola RNA in order to test for the...
GUECKEDOU, Guinea
A scientist separates blood cells from plasma cells to isolate any Ebola RNA in order to test for the...
A scientist separates blood cells from plasma cells to isolate any Ebola RNA in order to test for the virus at the European Mobile Laboratory in Gueckedou April 3, 2014. Hiccups, say doctors in this remote corner of Guinea, are the final tell-tale sign of infection by the Ebola virus that has killed more than 100 people since an outbreak began this year. Then come profuse bleeding, circulatory shock and death. In total, 98 people are thought to have died from the disease in Guinea and 10 more in neighbouring Liberia, according to aid workers and governments. A market town of 220,000 people near the Liberia and Sierra Leone borders, Gueckedou's makeshift clinic is on the front line of Guinea's battle to contain its first outbreak of the haemorrhagic fever, normally found in Central Africa. Picture taken April 3, 2014. REUTERS/Misha Hussain (GUINEA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
SYRIA-CRISIS/HOMS-AID
RTX17ZFX
January 29, 2014
Men carry containers and bags as they walk along a street amid garbage and rubble of damaged buildings...
Homs, Syria
Men carry containers and bags as they walk along a street amid garbage and rubble of damaged buildings...
Men carry containers and bags as they walk along a street amid garbage and rubble of damaged buildings in the besieged area of Homs January 28, 2014. Efforts to get food and medical aid into Homs have become a test case on whether peace talks in Switzerland can produce any practical results almost three years into the Syrian conflict. The United Nations said it was ready to deliver relief supplies to about 2,500 people trapped inside rebel-held parts of Homs, devastated by months of shelling and fighting. But the government said it first wanted to know who would get the aid. Picture taken January 28, 2014. REUTERS/Thaer Al Khalidiya (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT)
PHILIPPINES-TYPHOON/
RTX15L98
November 20, 2013
A net containing the day's catch is hauled out by fishermen from their boat, made from a broken fridge,...
Tanauan, Philippines
A net containing the day's catch is hauled out by fishermen from their boat, made from a broken fridge,...
A net containing the day's catch is hauled out by fishermen from their boat, made from a broken fridge, after they returned to Tanauan November 20, 2013. After losing their boats and houses in the Typhoon Haiyan, fishermen of a destroyed village in Tanauan started building two-seated boats made of abandoned refrigerators and some wood. The first boat was made by a fisherman, whose children gave him the idea as they wanted to play in it, and soon others followed. The Philippines and international armed forces and aid agencies are struggling to get help to devastated areas due to the extent of the destruction from Typhoon Haiyan, which has left more than 4,000 dead and 4 million people displaced. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (PHILIPPINES - Tags: DISASTER FOOD ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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)
INDIA-DRUGS/ANALYSIS
RTR2ZA0R
March 13, 2012
A pharmacologist checks the reaction of cytotoxic drugs inside the containment facility at Natco Research...
Hyderabad, India
A pharmacologist checks the reaction of cytotoxic drugs inside the containment facility at Natco Research...
A pharmacologist checks the reaction of cytotoxic drugs inside the containment facility at Natco Research Centre in the southern Indian city of Hyderabad March 13, 2012. India's move to strip German drugmaker Bayer of its exclusive rights to a cancer drug has set a precedent that could extend to other treatments, including modern HIV/AIDS drugs, in a major blow to global pharmaceutical firms, experts say. On Monday, the Indian Patent Office effectively ended Bayer's monopoly for its Nexavar drug and issued its first-ever compulsory license allowing local generic maker Natco Pharma to make and sell the drug cheaply in India. REUTERS/Krishnendu Halder (INDIA - Tags: HEALTH BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTR2UHT0
November 26, 2011
German police officers give first aid to an injured colleague after clashes with anti-nuclear at the...
Lemgrabe, Germany
German police officers give first aid to an injured colleague after clashes with anti-nuclear at the...
German police officers give first aid to an injured colleague after clashes with anti-nuclear at the railway tracks near Lemgrabe, November 26, 2011. The Castor (Cask for Storage and Transport Of Radioactive material) train is carrying 11 containers of spent German nuclear fuel on route from France after being reprocessed, to the nuclear waste storage facility of Gorleben in north eastern Germany this weekend. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY CONFLICT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST ENVIRONMENT) CONFLICT
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)
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)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYOK
May 23, 2009
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the...
Yangsan, South Korea
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the...
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the dead body of Roh at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYMB
May 23, 2009
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the...
Yangsan, South Korea
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh cries after she saw a coffin containing the dead body...
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the dead body of Roh at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYK8
May 23, 2009
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the...
Yangsan, South Korea
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh cries after she saw a coffin containing the dead body...
A supporter of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun cries after she saw a coffin containing the dead body of Roh at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYI2
May 23, 2009
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital...
Yangsan, South Korea
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital...
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYFW
May 23, 2009
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital...
Yangsan, South Korea
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital...
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYFV
May 23, 2009
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun as a man...
Yangsan, South Korea
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun as a man...
People carry a coffin containing the dead body of former South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun as a man (front) bows to Roh at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA DISASTER POLITICS)
KOREA-PRESIDENT/
RTXLYEJ
May 23, 2009
Pallbearers carry a coffin containing the dead body of South Korean former President Roh Moo-hyun at...
Yangsan, South Korea
Pallbearers carry a coffin containing the dead body of South Korean former President Roh Moo-hyun at...
Pallbearers carry a coffin containing the dead body of South Korean former President Roh Moo-hyun at a hospital in Yangsan, about 430 km (267 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 23, 2009. Roh, hounded for weeks over his links while in office to a widening corruption scandal, appears to have jumped to his death in the mountains near his home on Saturday, a top aide said. The 62-year old former human rights lawyer, whose five-year term ended in February 2008, had in recent weeks become embroiled in a mounting graft inquiry, the result of confessions by a wealthy shoe manufacturer that he had bribed dozens of officials and politicians, as well as Roh's wife when she was First Lady. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
FLU-WHO/TALLY
RTXEOQV
May 03, 2009
Israeli doctor Arkadiy Ozerny holds a culture tube as he poses for the media in the first aid room at...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli doctor Ozerny holds a culture tube at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv
Israeli doctor Arkadiy Ozerny holds a culture tube as he poses for the media in the first aid room at Ben Gurion International airport near Tel Aviv May 3, 2009. The World Health Organisation said on Sunday its laboratories had identified a total of 787 H1N1 flu infections in 17 countries, including three cases in Israel, and said there were 19 confirmed deaths in Mexico. Israel opened the clinic as part of its efforts to contain the spread among those returning from Mexico and other high-risk countries. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL DISASTER HEALTH TRANSPORT)
ISRAEL/
RTXEL0L
April 30, 2009
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh holds an unused culture tube as he poses for the media at the first aid...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli doctor poses for the media at the first aid room at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh holds an unused culture tube as he poses for the media at the first aid room at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv April 30, 2009. Israel, which has two confirmed cases of the swine flu, opened the clinic as part of its efforts to contain the spread among those returning from vacations in Mexico and other high-risk countries.
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL HEALTH)
ISRAEL/
RTXEKZ3
April 30, 2009
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli doctor poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion airport near Tel...
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv April 30, 2009. Israel, which has two confirmed cases of swine flu, opened the clinic as part of its efforts to contain the spread among those returning from vacations in Mexico and other high-risk countries.
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL HEALTH)
FLU/
RTXEKYL
April 30, 2009
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israeli doctor poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion airport near Tel...
Israeli doctor Michael Averbukh poses for the media at the entrance to the first aid room at Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv April 30, 2009. Israel, which has two confirmed cases of swine flu, opened the clinic as part of its efforts to contain the spread among those returning from vacations in Mexico and other high-risk countries.
REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL HEALTH)
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)
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)
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)
LIBERIA WAR
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August 09, 2003
A young rebel fighter stands next to empty container at Freeport in the
rebel held area in Monrovia...
Monrovia, Liberia - Republic of
A REBEL FIGHTER STANDS NEXT EMPTY CONTAINER AT THE FREEPORT IN
MONROVIA.
A young rebel fighter stands next to empty container at Freeport in the
rebel held area in Monrovia August 9, 2003. Liberia's rebels added
tough new conditions on Friday for opening Monrovia's desperately
needed port as aid workers ventured into rebel territory for the first
time since fighting erupted in the capital last month. REUTERS/Juda
Ngwenya

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AFGHANISTAN
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September 14, 2002
Afghan children queue with their plastic containers to collect water
from a well in Kabul September...
Kabul, Afghanistan - IslamicStateof Afghanistan
AFGHAN CHILDREN QUEUE WITH THEIR PLASTIC CONTAINERS TO GET WATER IN
KABUL.
Afghan children queue with their plastic containers to collect water
from a well in Kabul September 14, 2002. In the first speech by an
Afghan leader to the General Assembly in more than a decade, President
Hamid Karzai on Thursday urged governments to make good on $4.5 billion
in aid pledged at a donors conference in Tokyo in January.
REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco

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THAILAND
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April 01, 2002
A Bangkok pharmacist sits near a bottle of a revolutionary new cheap
anti-HIV/AIDS cocktail (L) April...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
A NEW ANTI-HIV/AIDS DRUG IS SHOWN NEXT TO CONVENTIONAL MEDICINE IN
BANGKOK.
A Bangkok pharmacist sits near a bottle of a revolutionary new cheap
anti-HIV/AIDS cocktail (L) April 1, 2002 which contains all three
ingredients until now only available seperately, as the new drug goes
on sale for the first time. The first batch of 120,000 tablets are now
available at state-run hospitals and drug stores for just 20 baht (46
U.S. cents) per tablet, bringing affordable AIDS-fighting
anti-retroviral medication to Thailand's 695,000 HIV/AIDS sufferers,
halving the current price of monthly medication to just 1,200 baht
($27.60) in a single dose "cocktail" instead of three separate drugs
currently available. REUTERS/Jason Reed

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KOREA
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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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KOREA
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January 03, 2001
A South Korean woman holds a young goat during the departure ceremony of a cargo ship containing aid...
Inchon, Korea - Republic of
A SOUTH KOREAN WOMAN HOLDS A YOUNG GOAT PRIOR TO ITS DEPARTURE TO NORTH KOREA IN INCHON.
A South Korean woman holds a young goat during the departure ceremony of a cargo ship containing aid for isolated North Korea at Inchon port, west of Seoul, January 3, 2001. On Wednesday civic and religious groups sent $917,000 worth of aid to North Korea including 120 goats, 17,000 pieces of underwear, 120 tons of flour, 33,600 disposable medical syringes, 7,000 pieces of clothing and 2,562 boxes of notebooks and pencils for children. This is the first shipment this year to poverty-stricken North Korea.

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AFGHANISTAN
RTXIK45
February 11, 1998
An Afghan man carries a box containing humanitarian aid February 11. The first helicopter carrying humanitarian...
Rostaq, Afghanistan
An Afghan man carries a box containing humanitarian aid February 11. The first helicopter carrying h.....
An Afghan man carries a box containing humanitarian aid February 11. The first helicopter carrying humanitarian aid for victims of a devastating earthquake arrived in the Afghan town of Rostaq on Wednesday, a week after the first quake struck.
AFGHANISTAN QUAKE
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February 11, 1998
An Afghan man carries a box containing humanitarian aid February 11. The first helicopter carrying humanitarian...
Rostaq
AN AFGHAN MAN CARRIES FIRST HUMANITARIAN AID
An Afghan man carries a box containing humanitarian aid February 11. The first helicopter carrying humanitarian aid for victims of a devastating earthquake arrived in the Afghan town of Rostaq on Wednesday, a week after the first quake struck.

AFGHANISTAN QUAKE
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