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JAPAN/
RTR2L1TR 
April 10, 2011 
An anti-nuclear protester shows off his owl during a march in front of Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (TEPCO)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
An anti-nuclear protester shows off his owl during a march in front of Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s headquarters... 
An anti-nuclear protester shows off his owl during a march in front of Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s (TEPCO) headquarters in Tokyo April 10, 2011. The placard attached to the owl reads, "We don't want to die just yet". A TEPCO executive apologised on Saturday for spreading radiation into the air and sea as regulators said the pumping of radioactive water into waters off Japan from a crippled nuclear plant would end one day later than planned. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
GERMANY/
RTR2KFB8 
March 26, 2011 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator takes part during protest action in Berlin March 26, 2011. Tens of thousands... 
Berlin, Germany 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator takes part during protest action in Berlin 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator takes part during protest action in Berlin March 26, 2011. Tens of thousands of people are expected nationwide on Saturday at anti-nuclear demonstrations organized in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: CONFLICT ENERGY POLITICS) 
GERMANY/
RTR2KF5Y 
March 26, 2011 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator wearing a mask takes part in a protest action in Berlin, March 26, 2011.... 
Berlin, Germany 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator wearing a mask takes part in a protest action in Berlin 
An anti-nuclear demonstrator wearing a mask takes part in a protest action in Berlin, March 26, 2011. Tens of thousands of people are expected nationwide at today's anti-nuclear demonstrations organized in Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Cologne. REUTERS/Thomas Peter (GERMANY - Tags: CONFLICT) 
TAIWAN/
RTR2K1PN 
March 18, 2011 
Iodine tablets are displayed during a nuclear radiation decontamination drill at the Tri-Service General... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Iodine tablets are displayed during a nuclear radiation decontamination drill at the Tri-Service General... 
Iodine tablets are displayed during a nuclear radiation decontamination drill at the Tri-Service General Hospital in Taipei March 18, 2011, in reaction to the nuclear crisis in Japan after a huge earthquake crippled several reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power complex, raising fears of an uncontrolled radiation leak. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT HEALTH ENERGY) 
USA/
RTR2K14Y 
March 17, 2011 
South Coast Air Quality Management District's Radnet sampler, which is monitoring the level of radioactive... 
Anaheim, UNITED STATES 
South Coast Air Quality Management District's Radnet sampler, which is monitoring the level of radioactive... 
South Coast Air Quality Management District's Radnet sampler, which is monitoring the level of radioactive particles, is shown in Anaheim, California March 17, 2011. Small amounts of radioactive isotope from Japanese nuclear power stations are expected to hit Southern California late Friday. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
UKRAINE/
RTR2J2ED 
February 24, 2011 
A general view of the sarcophagus covering the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power... 
Chernobyl, Ukraine 
A general view of the sarcophagus covering the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power... 
A general view of the sarcophagus covering the damaged fourth reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant February 24, 2011. Belarus, Ukraine and Russia will mark the 25th anniversary of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl, the place where the world's worst civil nuclear accident took place, on April 26. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich (UKRAINE - Tags: DISASTER ENERGY ANNIVERSARY) 
RUSSIA/
RTXUXRZ 
November 22, 2010 
A sign forbidding the gathering of mushrooms, picking berries and fishing is seen in front of an abandoned... 
Muslyumovo, Russia 
A sign forbidding the gathering of mushrooms, picking berries and fishing is seen in front of an abandoned... 
A sign forbidding the gathering of mushrooms, picking berries and fishing is seen in front of an abandoned school in the village of Muslyumovo November 18, 2010. The village is located on the banks of the Techa river in Russia's Urals, one of the country's most lethal nuclear dumping grounds. The Mayak nuclear complex located 30 km (18 miles) from Muslyumovo, currently processing foreign radioactive wastes, dumped 76 million cubic metres (2.68 billion cubic feet) of highly radioactive waste into the river from 1949 to 1956. Picture taken November 18, 2010. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: HEALTH DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
GERMANY/
RTR2H28H 
August 06, 2010 
A warning sign for radioactive materials is seen in the warehouse for 'Castor' containers at 'Zwischenlager... 
Gorleben, Germany 
Warning sign for radioactive materials is seen in in 'Zwischenlager Gorleben' temporary nuclear waste... 
A warning sign for radioactive materials is seen in the warehouse for 'Castor' containers at 'Zwischenlager Gorleben' temporary nuclear waste storage facility in the northern German village of Gorleben near Dannenberg August 5, 2010. The storage facility was constructed to hold about 420 Castor containers of highly radioactive reprocessed German nuclear waste. Sign reads : 'Controlled Area. Warning Radiation' REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen (GERMANY - Tags: ENERGY) 
BRITAIN/
RTR2CUFN 
April 15, 2010 
A jumbo jet takes off shortly before midday from Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge... 
Heathrow, multiple countries 
A jumbo jet takes off shortly before midday from Heathrow Airport in west London 
A jumbo jet takes off shortly before midday from Heathrow Airport in west London April 15, 2010. A huge cloud of ash from a volcano in Iceland turned the skies of northern Europe into a no-fly zone on Thursday, leaving hundreds of thousands of passengers stranded. No flights are allowed in British air space, except in emergencies, from 12 p.m. until at least 6 p.m. as the ash spreads across the country, the National Air Traffic Service (NATS) said.REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN - Tags: TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) 
ISRAEL/
RTR292U6 
January 19, 2010 
A pigeon rests on a sign at the beach in Tel Aviv January 19, 2010. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags:... 
Tel Aviv, Israel 
A pigeon rests on a sign at the beach in Tel Aviv 
A pigeon rests on a sign at the beach in Tel Aviv January 19, 2010. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: ANIMALS ODDLY) 
GREECE/
RTR291FU 
January 18, 2010 
Road signs are seen alongside the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki near Thiva town... 
Thiva, Greece 
Road signs are seen alongside the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki near Thiva town... 
Road signs are seen alongside the main motorway linking Athens to northern Thessaloniki near Thiva town where works are in progress near Thiva town, north of Athens January 18, 2010. Greece is among the European countries with the highest death rate in road accidents. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY TRANSPORT) 
PHILIPPINES-VOLCANO/
RTR28D1N 
December 27, 2009 
A column of ash shoots up into the sky in a mild eruption of the Mayon volcano in Cagsawa town, Albay... 
Legazpi, Philippines 
A column of ash shoots up into the sky in a mild eruption of the Mayon volcano in Cagsawa town, south... 
A column of ash shoots up into the sky in a mild eruption of the Mayon volcano in Cagsawa town, Albay province, south of Manila December 27, 2009. The Philippines most active volcano shot higher ash columns and rumbled louder on Wednesday as authorities warned of a potential hazardous eruption in Mount Mayon anytime. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
BELARUS/
RTR28B4B 
December 23, 2009 
A raven stretches its wings as it sits on a post inside the 30 km (18 miles) exclusion zone around the... 
BABCHIN, Belarus 
A raven stretches its wings as it sits on a post inside the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear... 
A raven stretches its wings as it sits on a post inside the 30 km (18 miles) exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor near the village of Babchin, some 370 km (217 miles) southeast of Minsk, December 23, 2009. The sign reads: "Radiation hazard". REUTERS/Vasily Fedosenko (BELARUS - Tags: ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
FRANCE/
RTXP96L 
October 03, 2009 
Cans with the nuclear sign are stacked during a demonstration in Colmar October 3, 2009. Some five thousand... 
Colmar, France 
Cans with the nuclear sign are stacked during a demonstration in Colmar 
Cans with the nuclear sign are stacked during a demonstration in Colmar October 3, 2009. Some five thousand demonstrators from France, Germany, and Switzerland on Saturday demanded the closure of France's oldest nuclear plant, Fessenheim, which is located at the French-German border. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT) 
FRANCE/
RTXP96F 
October 03, 2009 
A young girl stacks cans labelled with nuclear signs during a demonstration in Colmar October 3, 2009.... 
Colmar, France 
A young girl stacks cans labelled with nuclear signs during a demonstration in Colmar 
A young girl stacks cans labelled with nuclear signs during a demonstration in Colmar October 3, 2009. Some five thousand demonstrators from France, Germany, and Switzerland on Saturday demanded the closure of France's oldest nuclear plant, Fessenheim, which is located at the French-German border. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler (FRANCE ENERGY ENVIRONMENT CONFLICT) 
GERMANY/
RTXP7BO 
October 02, 2009 
A technician poses for the media with a test tube for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus... 
Berlin, Germany 
A technician poses for the media with a test tube for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus... 
A technician poses for the media with a test tube for testing against pandemic influenza A (H1N1) virus in the national reference laboratory at the Robert Koch scientific institute in Berlin, October 2, 2009. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY HEALTH SCI TECH) 
BRITAIN/
RTXP1O7 
September 28, 2009 
A seagull stands on top of a sign in Aberdeen docks, in Aberdeen in Scotland, September 25, 2009. REUTERS/Russell... 
Aberdeen, United Kingdom 
A seagull stands on top of a sign in Aberdeen docks, in Aberdeen in Scotland 
A seagull stands on top of a sign in Aberdeen docks, in Aberdeen in Scotland, September 25, 2009. REUTERS/Russell Cheyne (BRITAIN ENVIRONMENT) 
FLU/
RTXEF2X 
April 26, 2009 
A biohazard sign on a sample box is seen at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A biohazard sign on a sample box is seen at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San... 
A biohazard sign on a sample box is seen at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San Diego, California April 26, 2009. The United States declared a public health emergency on Sunday because of an outbreak of swine flu that has been diagnosed in 20 people in this country -- the same strain suspected of killing 81 people in Mexico. REUTERS/MikeBlake (UNITED STATES HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH ENVIRONMENT) 
FLU/
RTXEF1P 
April 26, 2009 
A warning sign hangs on a door at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San Diego, California... 
San Diego, UNITED STATES 
A warning sign hangs on a door at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San Diego 
A warning sign hangs on a door at the County of San Diego Health and Services Agency in San Diego, California April 26, 2009. Governments around the world rushed on Sunday to check the spread of a new type of swine flu that has killed up to 81 people in Mexico and infected around a dozen in the United States
REUTERS/MikeBlake (UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENT HEALTH SOCIETY SCI TECH) 
USA/
RTXCUTZ 
March 16, 2009 
A bag used to hold chemotherapy drugs is pictured at a patient's home in Burbank,California March 16,... 
Burbank, UNITED STATES 
A bag used to hold chemotherapy drugs is pictured at a patient's home in Burbank 
A bag used to hold chemotherapy drugs is pictured at a patient's home in Burbank,California March 16, 2009. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES HEALTH SCI TECH) 
GERMANY/
RTXCBVX 
March 04, 2009 
Greenpeace environmental activists hold a banner atop of barrels and animal dung during a protest against... 
Berlin, Germany 
Greenpeace environmental activists hold a banner atop of barrels and animal dung during a protest against... 
Greenpeace environmental activists hold a banner atop of barrels and animal dung during a protest against nuclear power in front of an office of German energy company EnBW in Berlin March 4, 2009. The banner reads 'Electric power companies: Who produced nuclear power has to pay for it!' REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
CAMBODIA/
RTXBJ0F 
February 12, 2009 
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang... 
Battambang, Cambodia 
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang... 
A red sign warning of mines rests in a land-mine field in the outskirts of Cambodia's western city Battambang on February 12, 2009. Cambodia is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world. REUTERS/Adrees Latif (CAMBODIA) 
RIO-BHP/
RTXB038 
November 27, 2008 
Environmental activists protest outside BHP's Annual General Meeting in Melbourne November 27, 2008.... 
Melbourne, Australia 
Environmental activists protest outside BHP's Annual General Meeting in Melbourne 
Environmental activists protest outside BHP's Annual General Meeting in Melbourne November 27, 2008. BHP, facing its shareholders for the first time since walking away from the Rio bid on November 25, 2008, told its Australian annual meeting that uncertainty in commodities markets would continue in the short term and it was ready to close loss-making operations. REUTERS/Brandon Malone (AUSTRALIA) 
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX9CYJ 
October 09, 2008 
Police secure the scene after a bomb blast at the police headquarters in Islamabad October 9, 2008. A... 
Islamabad, Pakistan 
Police secure the scene after a bomb blast at police headquarters in Islamabad 
Police secure the scene after a bomb blast at the police headquarters in Islamabad October 9, 2008. A car bomb attack wounded at least eight people on Thursday at police headquarters in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, a senior police official said. REUTERS/Mian Khursheed (PAKISTAN) 
CHINA/
RTR20JIY 
August 01, 2008 
The sun is seen during a total solar eclipse in Gaotai, Gansu province August 1, 2008. REUTERS/Aly Song... 
GANSU, China 
The sun is seen during a total solar eclipse in Gaotai 
The sun is seen during a total solar eclipse in Gaotai, Gansu province August 1, 2008. REUTERS/Aly Song (CHINA) 
JORDAN/
RTR20IC6 
July 31, 2008 
An anti-personnel mine is seen on the Jordanian side of the Jordan-Syria Jaber border July 31, 2008.... 
JABER, Jordan 
Anti-personnel mine is seen on Jordanian side of Jordan-Syria Jaber border 
An anti-personnel mine is seen on the Jordanian side of the Jordan-Syria Jaber border July 31, 2008. Thousands of landmines have been removed in Jordan, and concerned parties aim to remove those left by 2009, the date set by the Ottawa Agreement signed by Jordan in 1999. REUTERS/Majed Jaber (JORDAN) 
CANADA-NUCLEAR/
RTX4VYJ 
December 19, 2007 
A sign is seen outside the reactor at the Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) Chalk River nuclear facility... 
CHALK RIVER, Canada 
A sign is seen outside the reactor at the AECL Chalk River nuclear facility 
A sign is seen outside the reactor at the Atomic Energy Canada Limited (AECL) Chalk River nuclear facility during a media tour in Chalk River, Ontario December 19, 2007. REUETRS/Chris Wattie (CANADA) 
SWITZERLAND/
RTR1TL4A 
September 08, 2007 
Cans with stop nuclear signs on them, are piled up during a demonstration against the construction of... 
Bern, Switzerland 
Cans with a stop nuclear signs are seen during a demonstration against the construction of new nuclear... 
Cans with stop nuclear signs on them, are piled up during a demonstration against the construction of new nuclear power plants, in parliament square in Bern September 8, 2007. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND) 
MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION
RTR1SWZN 
August 19, 2007 
A cross is covered with the names of migrants killed on their way to the U.S. at a migrant shelter in... 
ALTAR, Mexico 
To match feature MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION 
A cross is covered with the names of migrants killed on their way to the U.S. at a migrant shelter in the small town of Altar, about 60 miles (97km) south of the U.S.-Mexico border in the Mexican state of Sonora, July 27, 2007. Illegal immigration touches almost every aspect of life in the town of Altar, a clearing house for half a million people a year hoping to cross the Sonoran Desert into the United States. To match feature MEXICO-US/IMMIGRATION REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO) 
GERMANY/
RTR1SHLX 
August 03, 2007 
The Quadriga on top of Berlin's landmark Brandenburg Gate is silhouetted against a cloudy summer evening... 
Berlin, Germany 
The Quadriga on top of Berlin's landmark Brandenburg Gate is silhouetted against a cloudy summer evening... 
The Quadriga on top of Berlin's landmark Brandenburg Gate is silhouetted against a cloudy summer evening sky in Berlin August 3, 2007. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1R44K 
June 25, 2007 
The cross of the chapel at the border transit camp in the central German village of Friedland is pictured... 
FRIEDLAND, Germany 
The cross of the chapel at the border transit camp in the central German village of Friedland pictured... 
The cross of the chapel at the border transit camp in the central German village of Friedland is pictured here on June 22, 2007. Primarily established by the British military administration in 1945 as first place of asylum for refugees, displaced persons, returning prisoners of war and ethnic German repatriates after World War Two, 'Lager Friedland' today is the last remaining camp of initial reception for repatriates from the former Soviet Union with a capacity to house 10,000 persons. REUTERS/Alex Grimm (GERMANY) 
GERMANY/
RTR1PKHD 
May 11, 2007 
A no smoking sign on the table inside a cafe is pictured as a man smokes outside in Berlin May 11, 2007.... 
Berlin, Germany 
A no smoking sign on the table inside a cafe is pictured as a man smokes outside in Berlin 
A no smoking sign on the table inside a cafe is pictured as a man smokes outside in Berlin May 11, 2007. REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke (GERMANY) 
BRITAIN PRIVACY
RTR1IXRJ 
November 02, 2006 
People walk past a building protected by a surveillance system in London November 2, 2006. Britain is... 
London, United Kingdom 
People walk past building protected by surveillance system in London 
People walk past a building protected by a surveillance system in London November 2, 2006. Britain is becoming a surveillance society where individuals are filmed hundreds of times a day by CCTV and where companies "data mine" to build up profiles on customers, the Information Commissioner warned on Thursday. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN) 
RUSSIA
RTR1INB2 
October 24, 2006 
An employee of a Russian nuclear research centre, the Kurchatov Institute, is seen through the window... 
Moscow, Russia 
An employee of a Russian nuclear research centre, the Kurchatov Institute, is seen through the window... 
An employee of a Russian nuclear research centre, the Kurchatov Institute, is seen through the window of a laboratory door during a tour of the centre in Moscow October 24, 2006. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin (RUSSIA) 
CHINA
RTR1GGZY 
August 18, 2006 
A car (L) destroyed in a traffic accident is displayed by the Qinghai-Tibet highway to remind drivers... 
HUANGYUAN, China 
Car destroyed in traffic accident is displayed by Qinghai-Tibet highway to remind drivers to drive safely... 
A car (L) destroyed in a traffic accident is displayed by the Qinghai-Tibet highway to remind drivers to drive safely in Huangyuan County, northwestern China's Qinghai province, August 18, 2006. The sign reads "Cherish your life, drive carefully". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA) 
RUSSIA
RTR1AWHO 
December 13, 2005 
A protester wearing a protective suit is seen through a banner bearing the 'radioactive' sign during... 
Moscow, Russia 
A protester wearing a protective suit is seen through a banner bearing the 'radioactive' sign during... 
A protester wearing a protective suit is seen through a banner bearing the 'radioactive' sign during a demonstration in Moscow December 13, 2005. The event was staged in protest of radioactive debris and fittings from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, which the organisers fear could end up on Russian territory. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin Pictures of the Month December 2005 
WEATHER RITA
RTROTLV 
September 20, 2005 
Feeder bands from Hurricane Rita cross over a church in Haulover Beach, Florida, September 20, 2005.... 
Haulover Beach, UNITED STATES 
Feeder bands from Hurricane Rita cross over Haulover Beach, Florida. 
Feeder bands from Hurricane Rita cross over a church in Haulover Beach, Florida, September 20, 2005. Tropical Storm Rita strengthened into a hurricane on Tuesday and lashed the low-lying islands of the Florida Keys with gusty squalls and heavy rain. All 80,000 residents had been ordered out of the Keys on Monday but many stayed behind in boarded-up homes to await Rita's arrival. REUTERS/Marc Serota MS/AT 
FALKLANDS
RTRPWKH 
September 06, 2005 
Sign placed on a side road warns locals to beware of landmines in Stanley on September 6, 2005. Most... 
Stanley, Falkland Islands 
A warning sign against landmines on a road in the Falklands Island 
Sign placed on a side road warns locals to beware of landmines in Stanley on September 6, 2005. Most of the 150 minefields were laid around Stanley when the Argentine forces landed there on April 2, 1982 to claim the islands taken by the British in 1833. British forces defeated the Argentines 10 weeks later in a brutal war that killed 650 Argentines and 250 British. Some mines were cleared right after the conflict in a joint British-Argentine effort. Today there are 117 minefields left, 87 of them in the Stanley area where two-thirds of the islands' 2,900 people live. Picture taken September 6. To match feature Falklands-Mines. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
FALKLANDS
RTRPWIL 
September 06, 2005 
Signs placed on a side road warn locals to steer clear from land mines in Stanley on September 6, 2005.... 
Stanley, Falkland Islands 
Landmine warning signs by a road in the Falkland Islands 
Signs placed on a side road warn locals to steer clear from land mines in Stanley on September 6, 2005. Most of the 150 minefields were laid around Stanley when the Argentine forces landed there on April 2, 1982 to claim the islands taken by the British in 1833. British forces defeated the Argentines 10 weeks later in a brutal war that killed 650 Argentines and 250 British. Some mines were cleared right after the conflict in a joint British-Argentine effort. Today there are 117 minefields left, 87 of them in the Stanley area where two-thirds of the islands' 2,900 people live. Picture taken September 6. To match feature Falklands-Mines. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
FALKLANDS MINES
RTRPL64 
September 06, 2005 
A sign is seen on a side road warning locals to steer clear from land mines which were laid in the Falkland... 
Stanley, Falkland Islands 
A sign is seen on a side road warning locals to steer clear from land mines in the Falkland Islands 
A sign is seen on a side road warning locals to steer clear from land mines which were laid in the Falkland Islands, in Stanley September 6, 2005. Most of the 150 minefields were laid around the capital Stanley when Argentine forces landed there in April 1982 to claim the islands taken by the British in 1833. The British armed forces defeated the Argentines 10 weeks later in a brutal war that killed 650 Argentines and 250 British. Picture taken September 9. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian 
PORTUGAL DROUGHT
RTRI9CU 
July 21, 2005 
Crosses at a village cemetery are seen during a forest fire in the Acor's mountain range in Arganil,... 
Arganil, Portugal 
Crosses at a village cemetery are seen during a forest fire in the Acor's mountain range in Arganil. 
Crosses at a village cemetery are seen during a forest fire in the Acor's mountain range in Arganil, central Portugal, July 21, 2005.Portugal, gripped by its worst drought in at least 60 years, sent hundreds of fire fighters to battle blazes across the country on Thursday and warned of economic fallout to the parched agricultural sector. REUTERS/Nacho Doce ND/YH 
BELARUS PROTEST
RTR9CIF 
April 26, 2005 
A Belarussian opposition protestor with a covered face attends a rally in central Minsk April 26, 2005.... 
Minsk, Belarus 
A Belarussian opposition protestor with a covered face attends a rally in central Minsk. 
A Belarussian opposition protestor with a covered face attends a rally in central Minsk April 26, 2005. Police in ex-Soviet Belarus on Tuesday detained more than two dozen protesters who tried to present a petition to President Alexander Lukashenko on the 19th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Belarus's small opposition, which accuses Lukashenko of systematically violating human rights, traditionally stages its largest protest of the year on the anniversary of the accident which contaminated a quarter of the country's territory. Reuters/Vasily Fedosenko Pictures of the Month April 2005 VF/CVI/VP/PEK 
ENVIRONMENT CITES LIONS
RTRBW5G 
September 27, 2004 
A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file... 
Nairobi, Kenya 
To match feature story ENVIRONMENT-CITES-LIONS. 
A lion is seen passing in front of a zebra in Kenya's national park Masai Mara in this March 2004 file photo. Even the King of the Jungle needs a hand staying alive on his own turf. That is what the government of Kenya thinks as far as the majestic African lion, a symbol of the continent and one of its most feared predators, is concerned. The Kenya Wildlife Service is pushing the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), to give the African lion, panthera leo, its most protected status. Current conservative estimates place the African lion population at 23,000, Kenya wrote in its proposal. Picture taken on March 2004. FEATURE-MATCHER REUTERS/Radu Sigheti RSS/THI 
AUSTRALIA
RTRDNJB 
February 26, 2004 
An elderly man puts on his goggles as he prepares to enter massive surf at Sydney's Narrabeen Bech February... 
Sydney, Australia 
MAN PREPARES TO ENTER MASSIVE SURF AT SYDNEY'S NARRABEEN BEACH. 
An elderly man puts on his goggles as he prepares to enter massive surf at Sydney's Narrabeen Bech February 26, 2004. Huge swells, not seen in many months, hit Sydney's beaches overnight as a result of a strong winds combined with a low-pressure cell off the east coast of Australia. REUTERS/David Gray PP04030068 Pictures of the month February 2004 DG 
ITALY
RTXMDAO 
January 18, 2004 
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport January... 
Rome, Italy 
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport Januar..... 
An aeroplane comes into land before the start of a one-day strike at Rome's Fiumicino Airport January 19, 2004. A strike by employees at Italian state-controlled airline Alitalia forced the cancellation of 364 flights on Monday, putting further pressure on the debt-laden carriers balance sheet. The second official walkout since the company presented its three-year plan in October, brought travel woe to some 18,000 passengers. 
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