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THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU3I
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU3E
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect the fingerprints of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU37
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU36
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move an orangutan onto a stretcher during a health examination...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move orangutan onto stretcher during health examination at Kao...
Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers move an orangutan onto a stretcher during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU35
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample from an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample of an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Thai veterinarians collect blood sample from an orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2V
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2P
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A two-year-old orangutan hugs its mother who is recovering after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2M
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2I
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to cage after health...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU2H
August 27, 2015
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a...
An orangutan is carried on a stretcher by Thai veterinarians and wildlife officers to a cage after a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU0Z
August 27, 2015
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre...
An orangutan has its skull measured during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PU0N
August 27, 2015
A Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A Thai veterinarian takes a picture of a 2-year-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTZK
August 27, 2015
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao...
Thai veterinarians collect finger prints of 2-years-old orangutan during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTZI
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination...
A two-year-old orangutan reacts as Thai veterinarians collect blood sample during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYQ
August 27, 2015
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao...
A wildlife officer prepares an anesthesia to inject on orangutans before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYP
August 27, 2015
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Wildlife officers measure an orangutan's weight during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTYO
August 27, 2015
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
Wildlife officers carry orangutan after injection of anesthesia during health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Wildlife officers carry an orangutan after an injection of anesthesia during a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTXV
August 27, 2015
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang...
A wildlife officer stands next to orangutans in a cage before a health examination at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTXO
August 27, 2015
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi,...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi
An orangutan looks on from inside its enclosure at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
THAILAND-ORANGUTAN/
RTX1PTX5
August 27, 2015
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as vets draw blood samples from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
Ratchaburi, Thailand
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as he has blood samples taken from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation...
A two-year-old orangutan looks on as vets draw blood samples from him at Kao Pratubchang Conservation Centre in Ratchaburi, Thailand, August 27, 2015. Thai veterinarians from the Department of National Park Wildlife, and Plant Conservation conducted a health check of 14 orangutans for preparation for the repatriation to their country of origin, Indonesia. Most of Sumatran and Borneo Kalimantan orangutans, were confiscated from entertainment businesses in Phuket province since 2008. Authorities said the orangutans are being examined to ensure they are free from diseases such as Rabies, Foot and Mouth disease, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis and Herpes. Thai officials said the orangutans are expected to return to Indonesia in September. REUTERS/Athit Perawongmetha
JAPAN
RTRBAFX
May 16, 2005
A general view of the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo May 16, 2005. According to local media,...
Tokyo, Japan
General view of the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
A general view of the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo May 16, 2005. According to local media, Japan's Environment Ministry said on Monday 162 dead carps were found at the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace. The carps were believed to have died from carp herpes. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TZ
JAPAN
RTRBAFG
May 16, 2005
A carp surfaces for food in the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo May 16, 2005. According...
Tokyo, Japan
Carp surfaces for food in moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo.
A carp surfaces for food in the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace in Tokyo May 16, 2005. According to local media, Japan's Environment Ministry said on Monday 162 dead carps were found at the moat around Japan's Imperial Palace. The carps were believed to have died from carp herpes. REUTERS/Issei Kato IK/TZ
ELEPHANTS VIRUS
RTRM0LE
February 18, 1999
Elephants stand at the National Zoo in Washington February 18, where a new form of herpes virus was found...
Washington, USA
ELEPHANTS AT NATIONAL ZOO IN WASHINGTON.
Elephants stand at the National Zoo in Washington February 18, where a new form of herpes virus was found among the zoo's Asian elephant population. After an infant elephant died from the virus at the zoo last year, scientists have discovered that an anti-herpes drug which works in humans also treats the illness in elephants.

WM/HB/KC
RTR6JNV
September 09, 1997
French volleyball team members (foreground L-R) Frantz Granvorka, Renaud Herpe and Laurent Chambertin...
Netherlands
FRENCH TEAM REACTS IN DISPAIR AFTER LOSING A POINT IN EINDHOVEN
French volleyball team members (foreground L-R) Frantz Granvorka, Renaud Herpe and Laurent Chambertin react in dispair after losing a point during their European Championships volleyball match against The Netherlands in Eindhoven, September 10. France lost their match in three sets 16-14 15-6 and 15-5. Due to their loss the French team will have to beat the Ukraine tomorrow at least 3-1 in sets in order to reach Saturday's semi-finals.

SPORT VOLLEYBALL
ROYALS
RTXHETN
July 12, 1997
Empress Michiko of Japan (R) bows to a physician as he returns the gesture as nurses look on prior to...
Empress Michiko of Japan (R) bows to a physician as he returns the gesture as nurses look on prior t.....
Empress Michiko of Japan (R) bows to a physician as he returns the gesture as nurses look on prior to the empress' departure from a Tokyo hospital July 12, nine days after being admitted for a combination of fever and headaches. The 62-year-old empress, who was hospitalised after being diagnosed with herpes zoster, or shingles, will continue to receive treatment at the Imperial Palace.
ROYALS
RTXHET8
July 12, 1997
Empress Michiko of Japan waves to wellwishers as she leaves a Tokyo hospital July 12, nine days after...
Empress Michiko of Japan waves to wellwishers as she leaves a Tokyo hospital July 12, nine days afte.....
Empress Michiko of Japan waves to wellwishers as she leaves a Tokyo hospital July 12, nine days after being admitted for a combination of fever and headaches. The 62-year-old empress, who was hospitalised after being diagnosed with herpes zoster, or shingles will continue to receive treatment at the Imperial Palace.
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