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HUNGARY-BELLS/
RTS2RKNY
October 17, 2019
The St. Andrew church is seen in Tereny, Hungary, October 16, 2019. Picture taken October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Bernadett...
TERENY, Hungary
The St. Andrew church is seen in Tereny
The St. Andrew church is seen in Tereny, Hungary, October 16, 2019. Picture taken October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
HONGKONG-POLITICS/PROPERTY
RTS2A6FR
January 11, 2019
Chau Kwei-yin, 63 years-old, the village chief of the idyllic hamlet of Ngau Tam Mei close to the Chinese...
Hong Kong, China
Chau Kwei-yin, 63 years-old, the village chief of the idyllic hamlet of Ngau Tam Mei close to the Chinese...
Chau Kwei-yin, 63 years-old, the village chief of the idyllic hamlet of Ngau Tam Mei close to the Chinese border, speaks during an interview in Hong Kong, China November 23, 2018. Picture taken November 23, 2018. REUTERS/James Pomfret
ITALY-LANDSCAPE/
RTX45D02
January 05, 2018
Clouds are seen in Val D'Orcia, Italy, January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
VAL D'ORCIA, Italy
Clouds are seen in Val D'Orcia
Clouds are seen in Val D'Orcia, Italy, January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
ITALY-LANDSCAPE/
RTX45CZP
January 05, 2018
A tree is seen in Val D'Orcia, Italy, January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
VAL D'ORCIA, Italy
A tree is seen in Val D'Orcia
A tree is seen in Val D'Orcia, Italy, January 5, 2018. REUTERS/Max Rossi
YEMEN-SECURITY/VILLAGE
RTSNCW0
September 12, 2016
In villages perched high on a mountain in Western Yemen, residents are a safe distance from a conflict...
JAFARIYA, Yemen
The Wider Image: Living on a mountaintop
In villages perched high on a mountain in Western Yemen, residents are a safe distance from a conflict raging throughout most of the country but have had to turn the clock back on their lifestyles by centuries. Eighteen months of civil war and shortages have deprived Yemen's 28 million people of electricity and fuel - dinner is cooked on an open fire and dawn light heralds a the start of work in the fields. But far from a country idyll, starvation and a lack of vital medicine have turned sunny days in the crisp green hills into a medieval struggle for survival. People in the Jafariya district of the western Raymah province must now haul basic goods uphill by foot, donkey and even a pulley-powered cable car soaring between peaks. REUTERS/Abduljabbar Zeyad SEARCH "MOUNTAINTOP" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text: YEMEN-SECURITY/VILLAGE
Mid East Conflict
Mid East Conflict
Israel's Graffiti Bomb Shelters - 27 Apr 2014
17 PICTURES
ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCP
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 7, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 7, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCO
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 28, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCK
April 27, 2014
A bomb shelter decorated as a serpent stretches across a public playground in the Israeli town of Sderot...
Sderot, Israel
A bomb shelter decorated as a serpent stretches across a public playground in the Israeli town of Sderot...
A bomb shelter decorated as a serpent stretches across a public playground in the Israeli town of Sderot April 7, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 7, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCJ
April 27, 2014
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter (L) is painted green near apartment blocks made from reinforced...
Sderot, Israel
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter is painted green near apartment blocks made from reinforced...
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter (L) is painted green near apartment blocks made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 8, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 8, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCH
April 27, 2014
Blank blast-proof walls made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 4, 2014. More...
Sderot, Israel
Blank blast-proof walls made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot
Blank blast-proof walls made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 4, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCG
April 27, 2014
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter (L) is painted red near apartment blocks made from reinforced...
Sderot, Israel
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter is painted red near apartment blocks made from reinforced...
The entrance to an underground bomb shelter (L) is painted red near apartment blocks made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 7, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 7, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCE
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete...
A decorated bomb shelter stands beside a basketball court at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCC
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
A decorated bomb shelter stands in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 8, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCB
April 27, 2014
An Israeli flag flies in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town...
Sderot, Israel
An Israeli flag flies in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town...
An Israeli flag flies in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 28, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSCA
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a school yard in the Israeli town of Sderot April 8, 2014. More than...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a school yard in the Israeli town of Sderot
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a school yard in the Israeli town of Sderot April 8, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 8, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC9
April 27, 2014
A decorated blast wall is wedged under metal beams supporting a protective roof shelter at a school built...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated blast wall is wedged under metal beams supporting a protective roof shelter at a school built...
A decorated blast wall is wedged under metal beams supporting a protective roof shelter at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 28, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC8
April 27, 2014
A bomb shelter sits in a parking lot at a college in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More...
Sderot, Israel
A bomb shelter sits in a parking lot at a college in the Israeli town of Sderot
A bomb shelter sits in a parking lot at a college in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 28, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC7
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli...
A decorated bomb shelter sits in a playground at a school built from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC6
April 27, 2014
A bus stop decorated with graffiti and built from reinforced concrete doubles as bomb shelter in the...
Sderot, Israel
A bus stop decorated with graffiti and built from reinforced concrete doubles as bomb shelter in the...
A bus stop decorated with graffiti and built from reinforced concrete doubles as bomb shelter in the Israeli town of Sderot April 4, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 4, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC3
April 27, 2014
An air raid siren (upper left) stands atop a decorated and reinforced concrete bunker at a school in...
Sderot, Israel
An air raid siren stands atop a decorated and reinforced concrete bunker at a school in the Israeli town...
An air raid siren (upper left) stands atop a decorated and reinforced concrete bunker at a school in the Israeli town of Sderot March 28, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 28, 2014. Picture taken with a tilt-shift lens. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSC2
April 27, 2014
A decorated bomb shelter sits by the roadside near apartment blocks made from reinforced concrete in...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated bomb shelter sits by the roadside near apartment blocks made from reinforced concrete in...
A decorated bomb shelter sits by the roadside near apartment blocks made from reinforced concrete in the Israeli town of Sderot April 7, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken April 7, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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ISRAEL/
RTR3MSBS
April 27, 2014
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More...
Sderot, Israel
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot
A decorated concrete bomb shelter on the roadside in the Israeli town of Sderot March 27, 2014. More than 8,600 rockets fired from Gaza have landed in and around the Israeli city of Sderot since 2001, according to the local media center. With a population of around 25,000, the city lies just over a kilometre away from Gaza and is not fully protected by the Israeli Iron Dome defence system set up to intercept incoming missiles. When they hear a "code red" alarm warning of an approaching rocket, Sderot's residents have 15 seconds to seek shelter. In an effort to brighten the landscape and ease the psychological stress, especially among children, many bomb shelters and concrete reinforcements are decorated with bright primary colours, graffiti, and idyllic landscapes at odds with the monolithic architecture of the town and the imminent threat of attack. Picture taken March 27, 2014. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (ISRAEL - Tags: SOCIETY)

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TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS
RTR34C6L
June 29, 2012
Customers eat lunch under fresh octopus in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September...
Santorini, Greece
Customers eat lunch under fresh octopus in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini
Customers eat lunch under fresh octopus in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September 10, 2011 file photo. Greece is struggling under a mountain of debt, violent street protests erupt in the capital Athens, and world financial markets fear Greece will exit the euro zone. But Greece is still a great place to visit - just head to its idyllic islands. Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors explore Paros and Santorini. Picture taken September 10, 2011. To match Travel Postcard: TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS. REUTERS/Michael Perry (GREECE - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS
RTR34C6K
June 29, 2012
Fresh octopus is seen in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September 13, 2011...
Santorini, Greece
Fresh octopus is seen in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini
Fresh octopus is seen in a restaurant at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September 13, 2011 file photo. Greece is struggling under a mountain of debt, violent street protests erupt in the capital Athens, and world financial markets fear Greece will exit the euro zone. But Greece is still a great place to visit - just head to its idyllic islands. Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors explore Paros and Santorini. Picture taken September 13, 2011. To match Travel Postcard: TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS. REUTERS/Michael Perry (GREECE - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS
RTR34C62
June 29, 2012
Houses are seen at edge of the caldera at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September 13, 2011...
Santorini, Greece
Houses are seen at edge of the caldera at the volcanic island of Santorini
Houses are seen at edge of the caldera at the volcanic island of Santorini in this September 13, 2011 file photo. Greece is struggling under a mountain of debt, violent street protests erupt in the capital Athens, and world financial markets fear Greece will exit the euro zone. But Greece is still a great place to visit - just head to its idyllic islands. Reuters correspondents with local knowledge help visitors explore Paros and Santorini. Picture taken September 13, 2011. To match Travel Postcard: TRAVEL-GREECE/ISLANDS. REUTERS/Michael Perry (GREECE)
BHUTAN-TOURISM
RTR32QGE
May 28, 2012
A group of foreign tourists with a local guide walk past a row of shops selling handicrafts in Thimphu...
Thimphu, Bhutan
To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/
A group of foreign tourists with a local guide walk past a row of shops selling handicrafts in Thimphu May 22, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 22, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL RELIGION)
BHUTAN-TOURISM/
RTR32QGC
May 28, 2012
Students from Yangchenphug Higher Secondary school dressed in traditional outfits, walk home after their...
Thimphu, Bhutan
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Students from Yangchenphug Higher Secondary school dressed in traditional outfits, walk home after their school in Thimphu May 21, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL SOCIETY EDUCATION)
BHUTAN-TOURISM/
RTR32QG9
May 28, 2012
People visit the "Gongzok Choten" stupa that was built in memory of the third king Jigme Dorji Wangchuck...
Thimphu, Bhutan
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People visit the "Gongzok Choten" stupa that was built in memory of the third king Jigme Dorji Wangchuck in 1974, in Thimphu May 21, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL RELIGION)
BHUTAN-TOURISM/
RTR32QG4
May 28, 2012
Bhutanese women talk outside a temple in Thimphu May 20, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised...
Thimphu, Bhutan
To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/
Bhutanese women talk outside a temple in Thimphu May 20, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 20, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
BHUTAN-TOURISM/
RTR32QG0
May 28, 2012
A Bhutanese traffic policeman directs the traffic at a road in Thimphu May 21, 2012. Premium-paying tourists...
Thimphu, Bhutan
To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/
A Bhutanese traffic policeman directs the traffic at a road in Thimphu May 21, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 21, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL)
BHUTAN-TOURISM/
RTR32QFV
May 28, 2012
A statue of Lord Buddha is pictured at Kuensel Phodrang in Thimphu May 20, 2012. Premium-paying tourists...
Thimphu, Bhutan
To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/
A statue of Lord Buddha is pictured at Kuensel Phodrang in Thimphu May 20, 2012. Premium-paying tourists have long eulogised Bhutan's unspoiled charms, its peace and its pristine environment, but the Himalayan kingdom, famed as the "last Shangri-La", and for using happiness to measure its success, is no idyll. Its economy is struggling, with shantytowns emerging in urban centres, packs of wild dogs roaming freely, and beggars on street corners. Picture taken May 20, 2012. To match Feature BHUTAN-TOURISM/ REUTERS/Singye Wangchuk (BHUTAN - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL RELIGION)
LEBANON-CONSTRUCTION/
RTXTW71
October 27, 2010
Visitors look at a scale model of the Beirut Terraces real estate project developed by Benchmark at a...
Beirut, Lebanon
To match Feature LEBANON-CONSTRUCTION
Visitors look at a scale model of the Beirut Terraces real estate project developed by Benchmark at a development and real estate exhibition in Beirut October 20, 2010. Beirut used to conjure up images of clear skies, sparkling sea and red-roofed Ottoman-era houses, but cranes and new buildings now puncture its Mediterranean skyline and the cacophony of bulldozers has shattered the idyll. All over Beirut, developers are spending hundreds of millions of dollars building luxury flats for high-income Lebanese, and prices are soaring, especially in the central district dubbed Solidere after the company that rebuilt it from the ruins of the 1975-1990 civil war. Picture October 20, 2010. To match Feature LEBANON-CONSTRUCTION REUTERS/Cynthia Karam/Files (LEBANON - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY)
BOSNIA/
RTXRV4G
December 15, 2009
Students walk down a central walking alley in Sarajevo December 15, 2009. Snow fell for the second day...
Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Students walk down a central walking alley in Sarajevo
Students walk down a central walking alley in Sarajevo December 15, 2009. Snow fell for the second day in Sarajevo, causing traffic problems but creating an idyllic winter atmosphere. REUTERS/Danilo Krstanovic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC69
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC67
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC5V
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC5G
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC5C
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLICITCS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC5B
April 10, 2008
A woman and child look out from a building in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A woman and child look out from a building in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
RTR1ZC59
April 10, 2008
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential...
COCO SOLO, Panama
To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA
A building is seen in the former U.S. submarine base at Coco Solo in Panama April 9, 2008. U.S. presidential candidate John McCain was born in 1936 on the Coco Solo submarine base in a U.S.-run territory in Panama where his father was a Navy officer. Coco Solo was an idyllic tropical posting for U.S. sailors that the Republican presidential candidate speaks fondly of, but the Caribbean port has crumbled into poverty and decay. Picture taken April 9, 2008. To match feature USA-POLITICS/PANAMA REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA)
KASHMIR/
RTR1ZA5J
April 09, 2008
A cameraman films Bollywood actress Fareena Wazir during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries)...
Srinagar, India
Cameraman films Bollywood actress during shooting of Hindi movie in Srinagar
A cameraman films Bollywood actress Fareena Wazir during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's tulip garden in Srinagar April 9, 2008. In a sure sign that separatist violence is waning in Kashmir, Bollywood actors are once again being spotted singing, dancing and coyly flirting in the region's idyllic Himalayan countryside. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR/
RTR1ZA5E
April 09, 2008
A Bollywood film unit prepares to shoot a scene of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's...
Srinagar, India
Bollywood film unit prepares to shoot scene of Hindi movie in Srinagar
A Bollywood film unit prepares to shoot a scene of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's tulip garden in Srinagar April 9, 2008. In a sure sign that separatist violence is waning in Kashmir, Bollywood actors are once again being spotted singing, dancing and coyly flirting in the region's idyllic Himalayan countryside. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR/
RTR1ZA55
April 09, 2008
Bollywood actors Luv Sinha (L) and Fareena Wazir perform a scene during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan"...
Srinagar, India
Bollywood actors perform scene during shooting of Hindi movie in Srinagar
Bollywood actors Luv Sinha (L) and Fareena Wazir perform a scene during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's tulip garden in Srinagar April 9, 2008. In a sure sign that separatist violence is waning in Kashmir, Bollywood actors are once again being spotted singing, dancing and coyly flirting in the region's idyllic Himalayan countryside. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR/
RTR1ZA4Z
April 09, 2008
Bollywood actors Luv Sinha and Fareena Wazir (dressed in pink) rehearse a scene during the shooting of...
Srinagar, India
Bollywood actors rehearse scene during shooting of movie in Srinagar
Bollywood actors Luv Sinha and Fareena Wazir (dressed in pink) rehearse a scene during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's tulip garden in Srinagar April 9, 2008. In a sure sign that separatist violence is waning in Kashmir, Bollywood actors are once again being spotted singing, dancing and coyly flirting in the region's idyllic Himalayan countryside. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1ZA4O
April 09, 2008
People watch Bollywood actors Luv Sinha (R) and Fareena Wazir during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan"...
Srinagar, India
People watch Bollywood actors during shooting of movie in Srinagar
People watch Bollywood actors Luv Sinha (R) and Fareena Wazir during the shooting of Hindi movie "Sadiyan" (Centuries) inside Kashmir's tulip garden in Srinagar April 9, 2008. In a sure sign that separatist violence is waning in Kashmir, Bollywood actors are once again being spotted singing, dancing and coyly flirting in the region's idyllic Himalayan countryside. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN-ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
RTR1VFST
October 29, 2007
A poster shows large scale construction works in the Bulgarian ski resort town of Bansko, some 150km...
Bansko, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
A poster shows large scale construction works in the Bulgarian ski resort town of Bansko, some 150km (94miles) south of the capital Sofia, in this picture taken August 14, 2007. The citizens of Bansko are selling their land with gusto to buy fancy cars and replace communist-era furniture. The same is true of other mountain resorts, as well as Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, as foreigners snap up cheap second homes, sending the price of resort and farming land to 250 euros a square metre from just 20 euros five years ago. But this growth comes at a cost. The once idyllic little town with cobblestone streets and traditional architecture, which in the 1980s was popular among skiiers and hikers from the former Soviet bloc, has changed beyond recognition. To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
RTR1VFSS
October 29, 2007
Tourists walk in front of a newly built hotel in the Bulgarian ski resort town of Bansko, some 150km...
Bansko, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
Tourists walk in front of a newly built hotel in the Bulgarian ski resort town of Bansko, some 150km (94miles) south of the capital Sofia, in this picture taken August 14, 2007. The citizens of Bansko are selling their land with gusto to buy fancy cars and replace communist-era furniture. The same is true of other mountain resorts, as well as Bulgaria's Black Sea coast, as foreigners snap up cheap second homes, sending the price of resort and farming land to 250 euros a square metre from just 20 euros five years ago. But this growth comes at a cost. The once idyllic little town with cobblestone streets and traditional architecture, which in the 1980s was popular among skiiers and hikers from the former Soviet bloc, has changed beyond recognition. To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
RTR1VFSQ
October 29, 2007
A picture shows construction works near the Bulgarian Black Sea town of Kavarna, some 500km (310miles)...
KAVARNA, Bulgaria
To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/
A picture shows construction works near the Bulgarian Black Sea town of Kavarna, some 500km (310miles) north-east of the capital Sofia, in this picture taken August 14, 2007. Residents of Bulgaria's Black Sea coast are selling their land with gusto to buy fancy cars and replace communist-era furniture as foreigners snap up cheap second homes, sending the price of resort and farming land to 250 euros a square metre from just 20 euros five years ago. But this growth comes at a cost. The once idyllic little town with cobblestone streets and traditional architecture, which in the 1980s was popular among skiiers and hikers from the former Soviet bloc, has changed beyond recognition. To match feature BULGARIA-PROPERTY/ REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA)
KASHMIR
RTR1S893
July 25, 2007
A bird flies over Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect...
Srinagar, India
A bird flies over Dal Lake in Srinagar
A bird flies over Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1S892
July 25, 2007
Women paddle a boat on Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of...
Srinagar, India
Women paddle a boat on Dal Lake in Srinagar
Women paddle a boat on Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1S890
July 25, 2007
A boy rows a boat on Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri boy rows a boat in Dal Lake in Srinagar
A boy rows a boat on Dal Lake in Srinagar July 25, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Danish Ismail (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R340
June 24, 2007
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects plastic bottles during a drive to clean...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri volunteer collects garbage from Dal Lake in Srinagar
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects plastic bottles during a drive to clean Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R33Y
June 24, 2007
A bird floats on lotus leaves in Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and...
Srinagar, India
Bird floats on lotus leaves in Dal Lake in Srinagar
A bird floats on lotus leaves in Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R33X
June 24, 2007
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects plastic bottles during a drive to clean...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri volunteer collects garbage from Dal Lake in Srinagar
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects plastic bottles during a drive to clean Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R33W
June 24, 2007
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats past lotus leaves in Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage,...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats in Dal Lake in Srinagar
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats past lotus leaves in Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R33V
June 24, 2007
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects garbage during a drive to clean Dal...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri volunteer collects garbage from Dal Lake in Srinagar
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation collects garbage during a drive to clean Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
KASHMIR
RTR1R33T
June 24, 2007
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation rows a boat as he collects garbage during a drive...
Srinagar, India
Kashmiri volunteer rows boat as collects garbage from Dal Lake in Srinagar
A Kashmiri volunteer of a non-governmental organisation rows a boat as he collects garbage during a drive to clean Dal Lake in Srinagar June 24, 2007. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of the lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8W3
May 30, 2007
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats on the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats on the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
RTR1Q8TG
May 30, 2007
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats on the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an...
Srinagar, India
To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE
Kashmiri boatmen row their boats on the waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar May 30, 2007. For Dal Lake, an ebb in Kashmir's separatist insurgency and tentative peace moves between India and Pakistan has come none to soon. Raw sewage, land encroachment and years of neglect have been threatening the survival of a lake where visitors from Mughal emperors to George Harrison once enjoyed the idyllic stillness of its waters surrounded by Himalayan mountains. To match feature INDIA-KASHMIR/LAKE. REUTERS/Fayaz Kabli (INDIAN ADMINISTERED KASHMIR)
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